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    The Suicide Risk Decision tree involves assessing three “core” indicators of suicide risk (i.e., past suicidal behavior, current suicidal desire/ideation, and current resolved plans and preparations, all of which will be discussed in more detail below) as well as some additional risk and protective factors (Bartlett, et. al., 2012). When completing the decision tree, the data from the aforementioned areas must be obtained and inputted into the decision tree to determine how high the acquired capability of suicide attempt risk level is, and then using the risk level to determine appropriate intervention (James & Gilliland, 2015). This assessment is evidence-based and achievable which means that even novice graduate students can implement it. Evaluation The Suicide Risk Assessment Decision Tree isn’t too complicated in that basic yes or no questions are asked to determine how pronounced and present the person’s capability of killing themselves in that present moment is. Based on the answers given, high acquired capability would include multiple suicide attempts or three of the following five symptoms: single suicide attempt, aborted attempt,…

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    Qn1 Ans Decision tree analysis will involve step determination of the chemical and physical characteristics of this chemical. By knowing them, it will be very easy to determine the best control method to be employed. Firstly, the compound is corrosive and it therefore suggests that it is highly reactive and use of water and any other chemicals that can lead to an undesired chemical reaction will be ruled out. Also, the spilled chemical is producing fumes, mostly it suggests that it is either a…

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    This summer, a few family members and I went to see a show at the Muny. During intermission, a woman apparently fell down the steps. I did not notice at first, so I initially hit a blip at Stage 1 of Darley and Latane’s Decision Tree. All I noticed was the densely packed crowd of people on the stairs a few rows behind me. I stood up and saw that someone was lying face down on them. I assumed that because there were so many bystanders, they had it taken care of and that all I would do is get in…

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    Definition 1.1 A random forest is a classifier consisting of a collection of tree structured classifiers { , k=1, ...} where the are independent identically distributed random vectors and each tree casts a unit vote for the most popular class a input x . Use of the Strong Law of Large Numbers shows that they always converge so that overfitting is not a problem [] . The accuracy of a random forest depends on the strength of the individual tree classifiers and a measure of the dependence between…

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    Iranian Natural Resources

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    such as fuzzy logic (Ercanoglu & Gokceoglu 2002; Kanungo et al. 2008; Pradhan 2010, 2011; Pourghasemi et al. 2012; Regmi et al. 2013; Zhu et al. 2014(, artificial neural networks (Ermini et al. 2005; Kanungo et al. 2006; Melchiorre et al. 2008; Yilmaz 2009, 2010; Pradhan & lee 2010; Poudyal et al. 2010; Pradhan & Buchroithner 2010; Zare et al. 2012; Tien Bui et al. 2012; Salarian et al. 2014; Conforti et al. 2014), support vector machines (Yao et al. 2008; Tien Bui et al. 2012; Pourghasemi…

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    Full Tree Removal

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    A beautiful and healthy tree is a symbol of life and freshness, but once it loses its life-giving qualities, it is time for tree removal. Payne’s Environmental Services can help your Tampa yard to relinquish its freshness by helping you get rid of all your unwanted pines and mangroves. When Tree Removal is Preferable Trees are living organisms and as with all life, they go through a cycle. First, they must be cared for and nurtured, and then there comes a point when they must wither away, dry…

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    Having a beautiful lawn is something that every homeowner can take pride in. Unfortunately, there are times when you need landscaping services at your home or business that are more complex than what you can handle on your own. One of the top landscaping jobs that is best left to the professionals is tree removal. bardos-landscaping-companies Bardos Landscaping & Lawn Care in Maineville, OH, is the top landscape architect in the area that has gained a reputation for their ability to handle…

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    “The Giving Tree” by Shel Silverstein is a classic tale that has been read to children as a bedtime story since its first publishing in 1964. However many have argued on what the meaning behind the story is. Could it be focus on what you need rather than what you want, maybe even you can’t outrun your problems, or quite possibly let love rule. These arguments are right in their own way, however they all have one thing in common, they each are a strong moral message that children should learn.…

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    Morphology: A Short Story

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    When thinking of a tree, it is easy to imagine a strong plant, established firmly into the soil, with a thick substantial trunk and vast outreaching branches. However, what does not typically come to mind is a scrawny seedling, with its new roots hardly ingrained into the soil. One with a toothpick of a trunk that is struggling to support itself. The fact of the matter is that every tremendous tree started as a measly sapling, but not every sapling is able to grow into a tree. The forest can be…

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    Back Carolina Monologue

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    Going back and forth Carolina pleasantly sits in her rusty rocking chair as she tells her pregnant niece about her lost childhood and knits a crochet scarf for her. Suddenly, she wants to finish the scarf before the sun goes down but she can’t avoid drifting her eyes towards the window and looking at a giant tree dripped by the early morning dew. The tree has aged immensely and it somehow resembles her, she thinks the texture of the bark looks like the wrinkles on her body. Fifty years living in…

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