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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 different proposed attribute ranking and selection methods. Hall and Holmes et. al analyzed numerous of these methods and recognized the ones that achieved finest results [] as “Correlation-Based Feature Selection” [] “Information Gain Correlation”, “Wrapper Subset Evaluation”[] , “Recursive Elimination of Features” [] , “Consistency-Based Subset Evaluation” [] .The outcomes help the researchers to select the most appropriate method for attribute selection. Some of the methods are time consuming and their performance is highly dependent on the characteristics of the data. Therefore there isn’t any method that outperforms the others and analysis need to be made for each specific learning problem [] . The…

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  • Modernization Theory In Third World Society

    pushing for independence that sustained development was possible under the western wing (rather than that of the Soviet Union) The supporters of modernization theories assumed that modernization is a linear process which exists whereby developing countries progressively become industrialized. The theory promotes the idea that all countries starts from a traditional base and moves straight along a pre-determined line to a state called modern. Reasons for the underdevelopment of countries were…

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  • The Second World And First World Problems

    Society today, is plagued by the notion of first world problems. While some people argue that these problems may or may not exist, many others say that the actual terms “first world country” and “third world country” seek to further divide the world by dehumanizing those who live in under-developed countries. Although made into comical memes and vines, actual “first world problems” are not the comical relief that only over indulged people in well developed countries endure. This paper will argue…

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  • Cultural Effects Of Imperialism

    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 disregarded the cultures of the colonized countries that have been in place for centuries and the country’s roots are based upon. Due to this, most of the native culture of the African and Asian countries was lost through the process…

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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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  • Importance Of Medical Health Information For Astronauts

    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 Relationship Between Health Services And Poverty

    Developing outside guide will help different nations to be more independent: Advocates say that by helping poor nations and giving them monetary help and helping them and giving medicinal like antibodies to sicknesses, a period will come that these nations will have the capacity to enhance their economies. In addition, with eradicating diseases, for example, polio, there will be more capable residents and help their economies too. In the end, these nations won 't require help any longer yet…

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  • Inequality And Poverty In The Great Escape By Angus Deaton

    purpose. For example, did the food aid program have an acceptable goal, and did it attain its goal of feeding ten thousand people? Instead, the author and other foreign aid criticizes, especially from developed countries focus on whether the aid raised the gross domestic products or not. If it failed to raise the gross domestic product, they consider the food aid program a failure. This is a shame from the author and critics because the foreign aid programs that focus on improving the human…

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  • Third World Countries Research Paper

    states to promote and protect all human rights and fundamental freedoms, regardless of their political, economic and cultural systems” (United Nations Human Rights). If it is our duty to protect human rights, then it is also our duty to help other countries in need because those countries are unable to provide their own citizens with the basic necessity of human rights. One example is the effects of the large-scale flooding in Chennai, India. Chennai was hit by a large downpour of almost one…

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  • Differences And Perceptions Of Ebola

    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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