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Western Trucking

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105128539579
Genre : Trucks
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Western Trucking And Motor Transportation

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ISBN : UOM:39015020931120
Genre : Transportation, Automotive
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Oversize Volume 2

Author : Mark Wayman
ISBN : 0984344217
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Tenth Annual Western Transportation Conference

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ISBN : NWU:35556034482885
Genre : Transportation
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Yreka Western Railroad

Author : Matt Starman
ISBN : 9781439639191
Genre : Transportation
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The city of Yreka was determined to have a railroad. When the Southern Pacific Railroad decided in 1883 to bypass Yreka, the citizens constructed their own railroad known as the Yreka Railroad Company. This railroad managed to eke out a living over the next few decades. In the 1930s, the railroad was reincorporated as the Yreka Western Railroad. By the mid-1930s, the railroad went bankrupt and was forced into receivership, and a new manager was put in charge. Through perseverance of the new manager, the railroad began to grow and prosper. By the late 1970s, the railroad once again started to decline, but as in the past, it managed to hold on. In 1986, the railroad started an excursion train known as the “Blue Goose,” and steam locomotive No. 19 was added in 1989. Throughout all the hardships, the railroad still continues today and has been given the nickname “the Little Railroad that Refuses to Die.”

Case Based Reasoning

Author : Janet Kolodner
ISBN : 9781483294490
Genre : Computers
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Case-based reasoning is one of the fastest growing areas in the field of knowledge-based systems and this book, authored by a leader in the field, is the first comprehensive text on the subject. Case-based reasoning systems are systems that store information about situations in their memory. As new problems arise, similar situations are searched out to help solve these problems. Problems are understood and inferences are made by finding the closest cases in memory, comparing and contrasting the problem with those cases, making inferences based on those comparisons, and asking questions when inferences can't be made. This book presents the state of the art in case-based reasoning. The author synthesizes and analyzes a broad range of approaches, with special emphasis on applying case-based reasoning to complex real-world problem-solving tasks such as medical diagnosis, design, conflict resolution, and planning. The author's approach combines cognitive science and engineering, and is based on analysis of both expert and common-sense tasks. Guidelines for building case-based expert systems are provided, such as how to represent knowledge in cases, how to index cases for accessibility, how to implement retrieval processes for efficiency, and how to adapt old solutions to fit new situations. This book is an excellent text for courses and tutorials on case-based reasoning. It is also a useful resource for computer professionals and cognitive scientists interested in learning more about this fast-growing field.

Trucking America

Author : Jack Davis
ISBN : 9781496974044
Genre : History
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The history connections start with the transportation by my great-grandfather of army goods and supplies as colonel in charge during the Civil War. The oxen and wagons moving family goods and others to Canada and then to St. Joe, Missouri, to be with the second wagon train going west to the Oregon territory. My grandfathers, my father, and myself in our life long involvement in moving all types of freight in America. The dedication of all this and incidents along the way.

American Mass Murderers

Author : Valrie Plaza
ISBN : 9781312961401
Genre : Reference
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American Mass Murderers collects nearly 700 pages of information about the most notorious killers in America, as well as some of the lesser-known murderers.

Chicago Western Indiana Railroad

Author : Cynthia L. Ogorek
ISBN : 9781439657195
Genre : Transportation
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The Chicago & Western Indiana Railroad was a short line running 16 miles from downtown Chicago to Dolton, Illinois, the first suburb south of Chicago, with another line running southeast from Eighty-First Street to the Indiana state line. Built in the 1880s, it was owned by five trunk line railroads that used it as an efficient and inexpensive route into downtown Chicago. Like many 19th-century railroads, the C&WI reached its traffic peak in the middle of the 20th century. After World War II, passenger travel and shipping moved to airlines and over-the-road trucking. The need for rail access into downtown Chicago declined, and the C&WI ended its service in 1994.

Reconsidering The Institutions Of Canadian Federalism

Author : Harvey Lazar
ISBN : 9781553390084
Genre : Political Science
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The most extensive analysis of the institutions of executive federalism and intergovernmental relations since the Macdonald Royal Commission on the Economic Union and Development Prospects for Canada.

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