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📒Summary Of Judea Pearl S The Book Of Why By Milkyway Media ✍ Milkyway Media
✏Summary of Judea Pearl s The Book of Why by Milkyway Media Book Summary : The Book of Why: The New Science of Cause and Effect (2018) explores an underutilized science called causal inference, a tactic which mimics humanity’s natural ability to determine a cause by observing an effect. By employing causal inference, scientists are able to mathematically determine the causes and effects of a given phenomenon... Purchase this in-depth summary to learn more.
📒The Book Of Why ✍ Judea Pearl
✏The Book of Why Book Summary : A Turing Award-winning computer scientist and statistician shows how understanding causality has revolutionized science and will revolutionize artificial intelligence "Correlation is not causation." This mantra, chanted by scientists for more than a century, has led to a virtual prohibition on causal talk. Today, that taboo is dead. The causal revolution, instigated by Judea Pearl and his colleagues, has cut through a century of confusion and established causality--the study of cause and effect--on a firm scientific basis. His work explains how we can know easy things, like whether it was rain or a sprinkler that made a sidewalk wet; and how to answer hard questions, like whether a drug cured an illness. Pearl's work enables us to know not just whether one thing causes another: it lets us explore the world that is and the worlds that could have been. It shows us the essence of human thought and key to artificial intelligence. Anyone who wants to understand either needs The Book of Why.
📒Heuristics ✍ Judea Pearl
✏Heuristics Book Summary : Problem-solving strartegies and the nature of Heuristic informatio n.Heuristics and problem representations. Basic Heuristic-Search procedures. Formal properties of Heuristic methods. Heuristics viewed as information provided by simplified models. Performance analysis of Heuristic methods. Abstract models for quantitative performace analysis. Complexity versus precision of admissible Heuristics. Searching with nonadmissible Heuristics. Game-playing programs. Strategies and models for game-playing programs. Performace analysis for game-searching strategies. Decision quality in game searching. Bibliography. Index.
📒Utopian Geographies And The Early English Novel ✍ Jason H. Pearl
✏Utopian Geographies and the Early English Novel Book Summary : Historians of the Enlightenment have studied the period’s substantial advances in world cartography, as well as the decline of utopia imagined in geographic terms. Literary critics, meanwhile, have assessed the emerging novel’s realism and in particular the genre’s awareness of the wider world beyond Europe. Jason Pearl unites these lines of inquiry in Utopian Geographies and the Early English Novel, arguing that prose fiction from 1660 to 1740 helped demystify blank spaces on the map and make utopia available anywhere. This literature incorporated, debunked, and reformulated utopian conceptions of geography. Reports of ideal societies have always prompted skepticism, and it is now common to imagine them in the future, rather than on some undiscovered island or continent. At precisely the time when novels began turning from the fabulous settings of romance to the actual locations described in contemporaneous travel accounts, a number of writers nevertheless tried to preserve and reconfigure utopia by giving it new coordinates and parameters. Margaret Cavendish, Aphra Behn, Daniel Defoe, Jonathan Swift, and others told of adventurous voyages and extraordinary worlds. They engaged critically and creatively with the idea of utopia. If these writers ultimately concede that utopian geographies were nowhere to be found, they also reimagine the essential ideals as new forms of interiority and sociability that could be brought back to England. Questions about geography and utopia drove many of the formal innovations of the early novel. As this book shows, what resulted were new ways of representing both world geography and utopian possibility.
📒Charts On The Book Of Revelation ✍ Mark Wilson
✏Charts on the Book of Revelation Book Summary : This first-of-its-kind charts book does not seek to support specific interpretations of end-times prophecies. Instead, it depicts the literary, historical, and theological backgrounds of Revelation, arguably the New Testament's most challenging book. Includes seventy-nine charts, timelines, and maps. All charts are reproducible for classroom use.
✏The Poems of the Pearl Manuscript in Modern English Prose Translation Book Summary : For students of Middle English, Malcolm Andrew's and Ronald Waldron's The Poems of the Pearl Manuscript has been the key edition of the four Pearl poems for over thirty years. This volume includes the first print edition of the English prose translations of the poem, which were previously only available on a CD-ROM that accompanied the revised edition of the poems. The new prose translations are based faithfully on Andrew and Waldron's new fifth edition of The Poems of the Pearl Manuscript—and by using prose in lieu of verse, the authors have ensured that the translations remain as close and accurate to the original as possible. Aimed at the student of medieval English literature, these translations can also be used as a means of checking the accuracy of students' own renditions of the originals—making this a key text for university courses and the interested general reader of Middle English.
📒The Trade ✍ Jere Van Dyk
✏The Trade Book Summary : A former hostage in the tribal areas of Pakistan returns to meet his kidnappers and uncover how political kidnappings and ransomings take place in the shadows of the world's most lawless territories. In 2014, Jere Van Dyk traveled to Afghanistan to try to discover the motives behind a kidnapping that had occurred six years earlier--his own. He was haunted by questions about why he was taken and why he was released, and troubled by the refusal of his friends, employer, and government employees to offer him a full account of what they knew. An experienced investigative reporter, he began a quest to interrogate the accuracy of everything he was told, including from the people he trusted most. In pursuing his kidnappers, and the stories of the intermediaries and money men, Van Dyk uncovered not just the story of his own abduction but the operation of what he calls the Trade: the business of kidnapping. Operating according to its own shadowy rules, the Trade has become a murky form of negotiation between criminal groups, corporations, families, and governments who have no formal lines of communication. Van Dyk's journey took him from up near the Tribal Areas of Pakistan, to the tea shops of Kabul, to the Obama White House, and revealed evidence of lucrative transactions and rival bandit groups working under the direction of intelligence services. In its course, he met the families of many Americans who were or are still kidnapped, bargaining chips at the mercy of violent and pitiless extremists who thrive in the world's most lawless spaces.
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✏The Cambridge Companion to Medieval English Literature 1100 1500 Book Summary : The medieval period was one of extraordinary literary achievement sustained over centuries of great change, anchored by the Norman invasion and its aftermath, the re-emergence of English as the nation's leading literary language in the fourteenth century and the advent of print in the fifteenth. This Companion spans four full centuries to survey this most formative and turbulent era in the history of literature in English. Exploring the period's key authors - Chaucer, Langland, the Gawain-Poet, Margery Kempe, among many - and genres - plays, romances, poems and epics - the book offers an overview of the riches of medieval writing. The essays map out the flourishing field of medieval literary studies and point towards new directions and approaches. Designed to be accessible to students, the book also features a chronology and guide to further reading.
📒Glossator 9 Pearl ✍ Karl Steel
✏Glossator 9 Pearl Book Summary : Twenty commentaries on the Middle-English poem Pearl GLOSSATOR 9 (2015): PEARL Edited by Nicola Masciandaro & Karl Steel “Innoghe”: A Preface on Inexhaustibility – Karl Steel The Arbor and the Pearl: Encapsulating Meaning in “Spot” – William M. Storm Pearl, Fitt II – Kevin Marti Pearl, Fitt III (“more and more”) – Piotr Spyra “Pyȝt”: Ornament, Place, and Site – A Commentary on the Fourth Fitt of Pearl – Daniel C. Remein Meeting One’s Maker: The Jeweler in Fitt V of Pearl – Noelle Phillips “Mercy Schal Hyr Craftez Kyþe”: Learning to Perform Re-Deeming Readings of Materiality in Pearl – James C. Staples Fitt 7: Blysse / (Envy) – Paul Megna Pearl, Fitt VIII – Kevin Marti “Ther is no date”: The Middle English Pearl and its Work – Walter Wadiak Fitt X – More – Travis Neel Enough (Section XI) – Monika Otter Fitt XII: Ryght – Kay Miller Pearl, Fytt XIII – A. W. Strouse The Jerusalem Lamb of PEARL – Jane Beal Fitt 15 – Lesse –Tekla Bude Out, Out, Damned Spot: Mote in Pearl and the Poems of the Pearl Manuscript – Karen Bollermann Seeing John: A Commentary on the Link Word of Pearl Fitt XVII – Karen Elizabeth Gross Theoretical Lunacy: Moon, Text, and Vision in Fitt XVIII – Bruno M. Shah & Beth Sutherland Delyt and Desire: Ways of Seeing in Pearl – Anne Baden-Daintree Fitt XX – “Paye” – David Coley