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  • Iranian Natural Resources

    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 et al., 2013; Kavzoglu et al. 2014; Peng et al. 2014; Hong et al. 2015), neuro-fuzzy (Vahidnia et al. 2010; Sezer et al. 2011; Oh & Pradhan. 2011; Pradhan 2012; Tien Bui et al. 2012), and data mining techniques such as random forest, boosted regression tree, classification and regression…

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  • Importance Of Attribute Selection

    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…

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  • Brrinker International Case Study

    “The role of an organizational culture can be related to the roots of a tree. Like tree roots, organizational culture provides life and a healthy platform for performance of an organization. It also provides provide stability and nourishment for organizations.” The Functions of Organisation culture that Brinker International may encounter includes the following: 1. The first function of culture is that it has a Boundary-Defining role which means that culture helps to create distinctions between…

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  • Urban Trees Case Study

    Urban trees provide a wide range of environmental, ecological, social, cultural and economic benefits. However, as natural objects, they are constantly under stress, and living in an unnatural habitat, which will primarily affect the tree crown. In this study, the Diameter at Breast Height (DBH), Crown Live Ratio (LCR), Crown Dieback (CDBK), Crown Transparency (CT), and Crown Chlorosis (CC) of trees at University of Toronto – St. George campus were assessed by field measurements and Google…

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  • The Four Movies Analysis

    I love the scene when Crysta flew across the trees and flowers, and all the animals and insects sang songs with her, it looks like a wonderland. What’s more, in Pocahontas, natives live in an agricultural society, they stay peacefully with animals, and the try to listen to the sound of the natural environment such as the sound of wind or the sound of trees, the scene when Pocahontas stood on the edge of the mountain and surrounded by soft wind and flying colorful petals, it feels like that the…

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  • Personal Narrative Essay: Growing Up To A Tree House

    We jumped back of the back and bursted into a run to catch up to him. We followed a trail of trees marked with red paint until we stopped in front of a old oak tree. I looked around and my face fell. I saw Tabby was just as confused as I was. My grandpa laughed and told us to look up. Hidden up in the branches was what looked to be a tree house. I could feel the excitement come over me, but then my grandpa told us to stay where we were. I watch as he climb up into the branches of the mighty oak.…

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  • Deforestation Reflection Reflection

    Mary thinks that, at this point, the most suitable countermeasure for deforestation seems to be reforestation. Reforestation will help to rebuild and restore habitats for many wildlife species, stabilize the CO2 cycle, normalize the water cycle, reduce the soil erosion, and increase the CO2 storage capacity of the trees. Philip provides another potential solution. He mentions that another solution is shifting the human beings to a diet plan that is wholesomely based on plants. This will decrease…

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  • Visual Analysis Of Monet

    There is also the feeling that the artist must have had to be in a higher elevation that the scenery allowing him to observe the people and the house in the capacity that it is displayed in the painting. Male and female figures can be identified in the painting, only by what they are wearing. Monet make this distinction by painting them with forms that resemble dress and pants on the figures. In the painting Monet choose to represent ordinary people doing ordinated thing, in a country side were…

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  • Deciduous Forest Research Paper

    There are many different biomes in the world. One very interesting biome includes the deciduous forest. This biome has many wonders and it’s the home to many fascinating creatures. The Kodkod is an example of one of the animals that live in this biome. The Kodkod has found great ways to adapt and survive in it’s habitat, the deciduous forest. Deciduous forests are located all over the world. From the eastern half of North America, the middle of Europe, Asia, to South America. Some of the…

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  • The Importance Of Trees In Anderson's Speak

    feels like she can truly be open and be herself is in her art class. When her teacher, Mr. Freeman, assigns her with drawing trees for the whole year, she thinks it is going to be an easy task. What she comes to understand is that for the tree to be a great piece of art, she needs to put all of her emotions into making it. As Melinda draws her trees throughout the stories, she is constantly changing the way she is drawing them because they are not perfect. But as the story progresses Melinda…

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