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  • 181Lost and Found (Christian rock band) — This article is about a Christian rock band. For other uses of the term Lost and Found , please see Lost and Found (disambiguation).Lost And Found is a Christian rock band from the United States. They are originally from Niagara Falls, New York,… …

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  • 182Matrix chain multiplication — is an optimization problem that can be solved using dynamic programming. Given a sequence of matrices, we want to find the most efficient way to multiply these matrices together. The problem is not actually to perform the multiplications, but… …

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  • 183MACRS — Part of a series on Taxation Taxation in the United States …

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  • 184The Filipino Channel — Infobox Network network name = The Filipino Channel network country = Philippines, United States network type = DTH television network location = Redwood City, California, U.S. available = Worldwide owner = ABS CBN Global Ltd. key people = launch …

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  • 185Man vs. Machine — Studio album by Xzibit Released October 1, 2002 ( …

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  • 186Stepped Reckoner — The Liebniz Stepped Drum (or Step(ped) Reckoner, a translation of its German name Staffelwalze,) was a digital mechanical calculator invented by German mathematician and philosopher Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz around 1672 and completed 1694.cite… …

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  • 187Jamie Lidell — Infobox musical artist Name = Jamie Lidell Background = solo singer Genre = Soul, Funk, Gospel inspired [ [http://www.jamielidell.com/about Official website] ] , Electronica, Experimental Label = Warp Records Occupation = Musician Associated acts …

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  • 188Noach (parsha) — This article is about the Torah portion Noach. For the Biblical figure, see Noah. Noach or Noah (נֹחַ Hebrew for the name Noah, the third word, and first distinctive word, of the parshah) is the second weekly Torah portion (parshah) in the annual …

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  • 189Detritus — For other uses, see Detritus (disambiguation). In biology, detritus is non living particulate organic material (as opposed to dissolved organic material). It typically includes the bodies or fragments of dead organisms as well as fecal material.… …

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  • 190Angle notation — or phasor notation is a notation used in electronics using the ang ! sign. It is an abbreviation that arose due to the frequent occurrence of the expression e j θ. There is also usually an implied conversion from degrees to radians. For example …

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  • 191Post–Turing machine — The article Turing machine gives a general introduction to Turing machines, while this article covers a specific class of Turing machines. A Post–Turing machine is a program formulation of an especially simple type of Turing machine, comprising a …

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  • 192Software pipelining — In computer science, software pipelining is a technique used to optimize loops, in a manner that parallels hardware pipelining. Software pipelining is a type of out of order execution, except that the reordering is done by a compiler (or in the… …

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  • 193Transforming polynomials — In mathematics, a polynomial is a function of the form a 0 + a 1 x + cdots + a {n 1} x^n .This article will discuss various polynomial transformations.Reciprocals of the rootsSuppose we have some polynomial a 0 + a 1 x + cdots + a {n 1} x^n and… …

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  • 194Scale factor (computer science) — A scale factor is used in computer science when a real world set of numbers needs to be represented on a different scale in order to fit a specific number format. For instance, a 16 bit unsigned integer ( uint16 ) can only hold a value as large… …

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  • 19524 Game — This article is about the mathematical game. For the game based on FOX s television series, see 24: The Game. The 24 Game is a mathematical card game in which the object is to find a way to manipulate four integers so that the end result is 24.… …

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  • 196Carrier recovery — A carrier recovery system is a circuit used to estimate and compensate for frequency and phase differences between a received signal s carrier wave and the receiver s local oscillator for the purpose of coherent demodulation. Example of QPSK… …

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  • 197TI-990 — The TI 990 was a series of 16 bit minicomputers sold by Texas Instruments (TI) in the 1970s and 1980s. The TI 990 was a replacement for TI s earlier minicomputer systems, the TI 960 and the TI 980. It had several uniquely innovative features, and …

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  • 198Pharaoh's daughter (wife of Solomon) — Pharaoh s daughter who was the wife of Solomon is a figure in Hebrew scriptures who married the king of the United Monarchy of Israel to cement a political alliance with Egypt. Out of his vast harem, she is the only wife singled out, although she …

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  • 199Lilli Nielsen — Dr. Lilli Nielsen ( née Reker) (b. December 21, 1926, Rønne, Bornholm, Denmark) [http://www.lilliworks.com/dr nielsen cv.htm About Dr. Lilli Nielsen:CV ] ] is a Danish psychologist in the field of teaching blind children and those with multiple… …

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  • 200Simbahang Lingkod ng Bayan — (SLB) is a non partisan, church based organization that is concerned primarily with socio political and economic affairs of the Philippines. It stands for a Filipino nation that celebrates love of country and genuine democracy in the spirit of… …

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