How much is success in a certain game dictated by skill and how much by chance? It sounds like the kind of debate that would rage between game theory undergraduates and statisticians over long evenings, but surely it is not … Read More
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Google has recently launched a new search engine, using a large system of public government databases, public sources, digital libraries, and personal websites, primarily aimed to help journalists and researchers in their work. The new search engine, with the name … Read More
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Tourism in Africa is an important economic activity. The touristic particularity of Africa lies in the wide variety of points of interest, diversity and multitudes of landscapes as well as the rich cultural heritage. In 2013, African tourism accounts for … Read More
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In the image you have a screenshot with Facebook notifications. Immediately after notifying that a page has five new likes, Facebook sends a new notice stating that that page didn’t get any new like this week, recommending to publish a … Read More
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Julia, a beautiful tennis player, has been remarkable in this match through a forceful game with a powerful and accurate serve. Irina proved to be better with a superior technique, even if she still has to work on the serve. … Read More
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In the United States, the influence of H. L. Hart (1907-1992) and Ronald Dworkin largely eclipse that of Kelsen. Under the term “legal philosophy”, the theory of Anglo-Saxon law closely links philosophy of law and jurisprudence. According to these authors, … Read More
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