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Anti Tracking

Author : David Diaz
ISBN : 1493009982
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The most comprehensive how-to guide for readers who want to become untraceable. Anti-tracking techniques are key to today s sought-out and necessary skills for self-preservation in hostile environments. David Diaz, retired US Army Special Forces/Marines with three decades of tracking experience, demonstrates passive defensive techniques and tactics used to maintain a low profile in order to elude and, if need be, evade the opposition through deception--in a range of natural and urban environments. His methods merge an ancient skill set with modern technology, allowing the practitioner to keep a low to non-existent profile that will allow him to avoid detection and, at the height of its performance instruction, empower him to avoid captivity or death."

Combat Tracking Guide

Author : John D. Hurth
ISBN : 0811748618
Genre : Reference
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The first book on tracking in a combat situation that includes suggestions for integrating visual tracking operations into existing military doctrine in addition to the boots-on-the-ground detail necessary for soldiers who perform those operations.

Warfare And Tracking In Africa 1952 1990

Author : Timothy J Stapleton
ISBN : 9781317316909
Genre : History
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During the decolonization wars in East and Southern Africa, tracking became increasingly valuable as a military tactic. Drawing on archival research and interviews, Stapleton presents a comparative study of the role of tracking in insurgency and counter-insurgency across Kenya, Zimbabwe and Namibia.

Tracking Truth

Author : Sherrilyn Roush
ISBN : 9780199274734
Genre : Philosophy
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Tracking Truth presents a unified treatment of knowledge, evidence, and epistemological realism and anti-realism about scientific theories. A wide range of knowledge-related phenomena, especially but not only in science, strongly favour the idea of tracking as the key to what makes something knowledge. A subject who tracks the truth - an idea first formulated by Robert Nozick - has the ability to follow the truth through time and changing circumstances. Epistemologistsrightly concluded that Nozick's theory was not viable, but a simple revision of that view is not only viable but superior to other current views. In this new tracking account of knowledge, in contrast to the old view, knowledge has the property of closure under known implication, and troublesome counterfactualsare replaced with well-defined conditional probability statements. Of particular interest are the new view's treatment of skepticism, reflective knowledge, lottery propositions, knowledge of logical truth, and the question why knowledge is power in the Baconian sense.Ideally, evidence indicates a hypothesis and discriminates it from other possible hypotheses. This is the idea behind a tracking view of evidence, and Sherrilyn Roush provides a defence of a confirmation theory based on the Likelihood Ratio. The accounts of knowledge and evidence she offers provide a deep and seamless explanation of why having better evidence makes one more likely to have knowledge. Roush approaches the question of epistemological realism about scientific theories through thequestion what is required for evidence, and rejects both traditional realist and traditional anti-realist positions in favour of a new position which evaluates realist claims in a piecemeal fashion according to a general standard of evidence. The results show that while anti-realists were immodest indeclaring a priori what science could not do, realists were excessively sanguine about how far our actual evidence has so far taken us.

Rethinking Our Classrooms Volume 1

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ISBN : 1937730158
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Rethinking Our Classrooms Volume 1

Author : Wayne Au
ISBN : 9780942961355
Genre : Education
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The original edition of Rethinking Our Classrooms, published in 1994, sold more than 175,000 copies and has been used by teachers and teacher educators throughout the United States and the world. This new edition contains some of the best classroom writing we've published over the past five years, along with the most popular articles from the original edition, completely updated resource sections, and a new "Beyond the Classroom" chapter. There are new essays on science and environmental education, immigration and language, military recruitment, early childhood education, teaching about the world through mathematics, and gay and lesbian issues. Nowhere is the connection between critical teaching and effective classroom practice clearer or more accessible. A great resource for new and veteran K-12 teachers, as well as teacher education and staff development programs.

Ieee Pes Transmission And Distribution Conference And Exposition

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ISBN : 0780318838
Genre : Electric power transmission
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Proceedings Of The 1994 Ieee Power Engineering Society Transmission And Distribution Conference Chicago Illinois April 10 15 1994

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Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Frca

Author : Frca
ISBN : 1566766400
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Emotional Intelligence

Author : Aruna Chakraborty
ISBN : 9783540686064
Genre : Mathematics
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Emotional Intelligence is a new discipline of knowledge, dealing with modeling, recognition and control of human emotions. The book Emotional Intelligence: A Cybernetic Approach, to the best of the authors’ knowledge is a first compreh- sive text of its kind that provides a clear introduction to the subject in a precise and insightful writing style. It begins with a philosophical introduction to E- tional Intelligence, and gradually explores the mathematical models for emotional dynamics to study the artificial control of emotion using music and videos, and also to determine the interactions between emotion and logic from the points of view of reasoning. The later part of the book covers the chaotic behavior of - existing emotions under certain conditions of emotional dynamics. Finally, the book attempts to cluster emotions using electroencephalogram signals, and d- onstrates the scope of application of emotional intelligence in several engineering systems, such as human-machine interfaces, psychotherapy, user assistance s- tems, and many others. The book includes ten chapters. Chapter 1 provides an introduction to the s- ject from a philosophical and psychological standpoint. It outlines the fundamental causes of emotion arousal, and typical characteristics of the phenomenon of an emotive experience. The relation between emotion and rationality of thoughts is also introduced here. Principles of natural regulation of emotions are discussed in brief, and the biological basis of emotion arousal using an affective neu- scientific model is introduced next.

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