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    Statutes Amendment (Courts) Act, 1995, No. 84

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    Approaches to Population Health Care - the emerging context!

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    National Electricity (South Australia) (Miscellaneous) Amendment Act, 1998, No. 68

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    Commonsense knowledge representation and reasoning with fuzzy neural networks

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    This paper highlights the theory of common-sense knowledge in terms of representation and reasoning. A connectionist model is proposed for common-sense knowledge representation and reasoning. A generic fuzzy neuron is employed as a basic element for the connectionist model. The representation and reasoning ability of the model is described through examples

    Matelda in the Terrestrial Paradise

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    This analysis of the enigmatic figure of Matelda, guardian of the Terrestrial Paradise in Dante's Purgatorio, considers both the unresolved question of Matelda's historical identity, in particular whether Dante is alluding to the historical personage, Countess Matilda of Tuscany (1046-1115), and the numerous critical glosses that have emerged over the years, whereby Matelda has been interpreted as a symbolic figure, for example, as the biblical typology of the active/contemplative life, as the representation of human wisdom, or in a variety of other symbolic guises. Whilst alluding to recognisable idyllic poetic images, such as the donna angelicata of the vernacular tradition, Dante's conceptualisation of Matelda is nevertheless aligned to the pilgrim-poet's own development in via of a redemptive poetics in which the writer articulates an urgent message of reform, at both the secular and ecclesiastical levels. The linking of Matelda with the notion of the loss of the prelapsarian state of humankind's innocence and her supervision of the penitential cleansing rites performed on Dante-protagonist, in anticipation of his ascent to Paradise in the company of Beatrice, represent crucial moments in Dante's mapping out of prudential history for his readers and his call for a recovery of Christian values

    Window on the World

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    Short story about young Moroccan man who gains a high level of education but is unable to find a job in a European country

    Statutes Amendment (Motor Accidents) Act, 1998, No. 67

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    Statutes Amendment (Irrigation Acts) Act, 1978, No. 28

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    Law Reform (Contributory Negligence and Apportionment of Liability) 2001, No. 41

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    A new approach to collaborative frameworks using shared objects

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    Multi-user graphical applications currently require the creation of a set of interface objects to maintain each participating display. The concept of shared objects allows a single object instance to be used in multiple contexts concurrently. This provides a novel way of reducing collaborative overheads by requiring the maintenance of only a single set of interface objects. The paper presents the concept of a shared-object collaborative framework and illustrates how the concept can be incorporated into an existing object-oriented toolkit
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