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  • Spinnin Records: Music Video Analysis

    it is officially owned by the person/group that recorded it (registering it at a copyright office isn’t mandatory, but is recommended). This places it under their ownership for the life length of the artist plus another 70 years. Pirating is also another legal issue that is present, more people than ever are using these illegal means to download music which is rightfully owned by Spinnin’ Records, however to combat this the label have implemented new copyright guidelines meaning that anyone caught with media that is rightfully not theirs, can be prosecuted. Role of relevant regulatory bodies. The BBFC (British Board of Film Classification) usually regulate for film, however they do also regulate and classify music videos too. This non-governmental organization, founded by the the film industry in 1912 and responsible for the national classification of censorship of film, and music videos. During their time spent trying to classify the music video “pillowfight” it was deemed that it was fine to be classified as a 12A as it does contain the use of alcohol however this is the only thing so it will not rise in its rating. The role relevant regulatory bodies play in upholding guidelines and regulations.…

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  • Importance Of Attribute Selection

    Attribute selection is the process of identifying and removing as much of the irrelevant and redundant information as possible from a dataset. If the data dimensions are reduced, we will be able to improve the performance of the applied classification algorithms. They will function faster, more efficiently and will be with an improved classification accuracy. As an addition we can also execute data visualization, and increase the insight of the potential classification model [] . There are many…

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  • Annie Jump Cannon Research Paper

    “Oh, be a fine girl/guy kiss me,” or maybe not. Learning this phrase has helped multiple astronomers to educate themselves on the spectral classification of stars and continues to do so in today’s time. Annie Jump Cannon’s legacy will carry on lasting a lifetime! The first letters of each word in the phrase represents the seven main types of stars. Starting with ”‘O,” these stars are very young, blue, hot, massive and extremely bright star. This type of star is very uncommon similar to the “B”…

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  • Learning Disability Project

    a long time.Artificial neural network (ANN) and support vector machine (SVM) classification techniques gained a lots of attention within AI world, but never appeared to be used for diagnosis of kids with LDs. Several experimental runs demonstrated that SVN results were consistent independently of the size of the training data set. ANN by itself wasn't giving high accuracy in general. Hybrid techniques yield better results, but still were lacking some accuracy in diagnosing kids with LDs. Thus…

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  • The Positive Impacts Of Foreign Direct Investment In Bangladesh

    when it comes to business. Every country has its own import tariff, which sometimes make barrier for the international trade.(Mottaleb, 2007) Import and export business depend on the good relationship among countries. Through FDI, the foreign industries create link up with local market of the developing countries. (Abdin, 2015) A local company can make strategic alliance with the foreign investors to develop the capability of the industry, to increase productivity or to compete with the foreign…

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  • Cons Of Poverty

    financial aid. By helping another nation, diplomatic relations will be sustained. By demonstrating its thankfulness, the nation which was given aid in any structure will be interested in help the wealthier nation in times of need, be it in military administrations or giving the host nation a chance to station its base in their nation. This will be vital for the previous in times of war. 3. Developing outside guide will help different nations to be more independent: Advocates say that by…

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  • Third World Countries Research Paper

    For example, the ISIS attack in Paris was a tragic event that was noted by everyone throughout the media. Even Barack Obama mentioned that it was an attack “on all of humanity and the universal values we share.” It makes sense for such a crisis to be spread worldwide, but what is confusing is that soon after, there was a similar ISIS attack in Beirut, Lebanon, yet it was barely noticed by the west. Even though the people behind the attacks were the same, there was only little immediate aid or…

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  • ICD-9-CM/PCS Case Study Answers

    by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and is tasked with the project of compiling medical health information for astronauts in a research database. Ms. Greene’s background includes a Health Information Technology degree, RHIT and CCS certifications as well as 10 years of experience in the Health Information Management (HIM) field as an outpatient ER coder and an inpatient coder at a large university hospital. Her skill set is very well suited to the project that she is…

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  • The Ebola Virus

    bringing more citizens from developed countries into direct contact with individuals from Ebola-infected regions. This creates a system in which high levels of business opportunities draw international persons into Ebola areas in Africa, which increases the number of non-african ebola patients, thus increasing international interest and attention surrounding the virus.The result of which is changing percetions and behaviour towards Ebola. The limited western involvement during 1994 meant that…

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  • The Colonial Period: The Colonization Of Africa And Asia

    broken system, the underdeveloped countries were unable to effective rule their own countries. During the years of imperialism, the culture of the underdeveloped countries was destroyed in many ways by the European countries. The cultures of the colonized countries was looked down upon by the European countries. The European countries felt it was their job (“The White Man’s Burden”) to place their (European) culture in the colonized countries. By doing so, the European countries totally…

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