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1. "How much compute power could be out here?" he asked

2. "If any civilization anywhere in the galaxy used this compute resource, they would have spread to all of it

3. He thought about what Ava had said, this dark matter potentially holds two orders of magnitude more compute power than all the silicon and aluminum in the galaxy can provide

4. We received a reward for returning the compute

5. When we compute the quantity of industry which the circulating capital of any society can employ, we must always have regard to those parts of it only which consist in provisions, materials, and finished work ; the other, which consists in money, and which serves only to circulate those three, must always be deducted

6. and flesh? Could he compute complex calculations within

7. If we would compute in how many years the whole of this capital is likely to come back to Great Britain, we must add to the distance of the American returns that of the returns from those other countries

8. There is no farmer who does not compute beforehand what the church tythe, which is a land tax of this kind, is, one year with another, likely to amount to

9. To be prepared to die – even when failure seemed a reasonable possibility – didn't compute with conventional logic; the Gerrid of thirty-six years ago may well have considered such a plan insane

10. Manzi says, “Randomness is reducible entirely [down] to the impracticality of building a model…As a practical matter, we lack the capability to compute either the goal or the path of evolution, but that is a comment about our limitations as observers, not about the process itself

11. measured and weighted to compute a total score, typically on an Excel

12. drunkenly as he moved, intoxicated by his inability to compute

13. Paul said we are to know it and compute it

14. But for some reason it just didn’t compute with him

15. “By our orders, those who don’t compute will have to be eliminated,” replied his superior

16. In addition, the task list and the task effort can be joined to compute the

17. compute the number of toothpicks that had just

18. Binary uses a 0 and a 1 to compute anything

19. compute, calculate and solve problems of depth

20. principle, accurately compute the extent to which this brain is integrated

21. Lots of luck trying to compute Ω

22. Compute the group total for each letter

23. Technical analysis is easy to compute what is important while the technical services are

24. The following formula can be used to compute the relative density of a body: its density relative to the liquid in which it is immersed, based on its weight in that liquid:

25. moving average, on the other hand, is easy to compute and precise

26. compute all of this

27. I let this compute for about thirty seconds before I answered that

28. He knew it was a slim chance at best that the system would compute a solution in the next few seconds, before the point of no return, but it was all he could think of

29. STEP 2 Compute the amount of Equity

30. Spirit, start from now on to carefully compute the approach trajectory of this ORION-class ship

31. Three parameters (Sidereal Time, Latitude, and Declination of natal sun) are required to compute house cusps, rather than only two (ST and Latitude) required by all other house systems

32. Since I know his current brain size, I was able to compute them

33. “Because I need more than one specimen to compute an average

34. We waited for Fritz to compute the situation, but before he could finish, the raspy voice shrieked again

35. Another option is “forward chaining”: compute each value as soon as you can, in hope that you’ll reach the goal

36. At every level we compute the upper bound, and explore the node while selecting the item

37. Then, when it completes its circulations, it turns back into a nascent moon to indicate a new month so that we can compute the years and distinguish among the months and among the days

38. on page 2 of the Form 1040EZ that allows you to compute the

39. In order to compute this Additional Child Tax Credit, there are additional

40. Cecily began to compute his age in her head

41. “This does not compute

42. Let him compute how much he would save minus his cigarette budget

43. They can only compute in terms of mathematical calculations and even in that they are completely incompetent in researching the truth

44. Why is it: that in order to shut down a compute: you have to press the start button first, and then be interrogated by your own machine? As if you are committing some unknown sin for even the thought of trying to shut off a sacred device like a computer…? Computers should be left on, running all day, running the world of humans

45. Thereby, it should also compute that desires, thoughts, and deeds have both

46. compute to 360,000 years

47. All that the CAG did was compute the loss in terms of the auction price of the 3G

48. “Holly,” Dominic came closer to her, holding his hands in front of him, trying to compute to her that he meant no harm

49. This means that with retirement calculators, people can easily compute and predict their estimated savings and the required amount that they have to save in order to reach those goals

50. Another stab of pain sliced through Thomas’s head—there were too many things to compute at once

1. in order that, one with another, they may be enabled to bring up two children; the labour of the wife, on account of her necessary attendance on the children, being supposed no more than sufficient to provide for herself: But one half the children born, it is computed, die before the age of manhood

2. The labour of an able-bodied slave, the same author adds, is computed to be worth double his maintenance ; and that of the meanest labourer, he thinks, cannot be worth less than that of an able-bodied slave

3. The labour of each child, before it can leave their house, is computed to be worth a hundred pounds clear gain to them

4. In 1688, Mr Gregory King, whose skill in political arithmetic is so much extolled by Dr Davenant, computed the ordinary income of labourers and out-servants to be fifteen pounds a-year to a family, which he supposed to consist, one with another, of three and a half persons

5. common sorts of manufactures, such as those of plain linen and woollen cloth, computed at an

6. Where the computed earnings of the greater

7. The respective prices of corn, rice, and sugar, are there probably in the natural proportion, or in that which naturally takes place in the different crops of the greater part of cultivated land, and which recompenses the landlord and farmer, as nearly as can be computed, according to what is usually the original expense of improvement, and the annual expense of cultivation

8. In one of them it is computed at six shilling and eightpence the quarter, in the other at five shillings and eightpence only

9. When all expenses are computed, the whole quantity of the one metal, it would seem, cannot, in the Spanish market, be disposed of so advantageously as the whole quantity of the other

10. Thus, when we say that the circulating money of England has been computed at eighteen millions, we mean only to express the amount of the metal pieces, which some writers have computed, or rather have supposed, to circulate in that country

11. It has been computed by different authors at a fifth, at a tenth, at a twentieth, and at a thirtieth, part of that value

12. In the course of the four French wars, the nation has contracted more than £145,000,000 of debt, over and above all the other extraordinary annual expense which they occasioned ; so that the whole cannot be computed at less than £200,000,000

13. The wages of labour are commonly computed by the quantity of silver which is paid to the labourer

14. But the profits of stock are not computed by the number of pieces of silver with which they are paid, but by the proportion which those pieces bear to the whole capital employed

15. In the way, besides, in which the par of exchange has hitherto been computed, the ordinary course of exchange can afford no sufficient indication that the ordinary state of debt and credit is in favour of that country which seems to have, or which is supposed to have, the ordinary course of exchange in its favour ; or, in other words, the real exchange may be, and in fact often is, so very different from the computed one, that, from the course of the latter, no certain conclusion can, upon many occasions, be drawn concerning that of the former

16. Before the reformation of the silver coin in King William's time, exchange between England and Holland, computed in the usual manner, according to the standard of their respective mints, was five-and twenty per cent

17. The real exchange, therefore, may even at that time have been in favour of England, notwithstanding the computed exchange was so much against it ; a smaller number or ounces of pure silver, actually paid in England, may have purchased a bill for a greater number of ounces of pure silver to be paid in Holland, and the man who was supposed to give, may in reality have got the premium

18. If the computed exchange with France, therefore, was not more than two or three per cent

19. If, for such a bill, no more additional money was paid than what was sufficient to compensate the expense of the French coinage, the real exchange might be at par between the two countries; their debts and credits might mutually compensate one another, while the computed exchange was considerably in favour of France

20. If less than this was paid, the real exchange might be in favour of England, while the computed was in favour of France

21. Supposing the current money of the two countries equally near to the standard of their respective mints, and that the one pays foreign bills in this common currency, while the other pays them in bank money, it is evident that the computed exchange may be in favour of that which pays in bank money, though the real exchange should be in favour of that which pays in current money; for the same reason that the computed exchange may be in favour of that which pays in better money, or in money nearer to its own standard, though the real exchange should be in favour of that which pays in worse

22. The computed exchange, before the late reformation of the gold coin, was generally against London with Amsterdam, Hamburg, Venice, and, I believe, with all other places which pay in what is called bank money

23. The computed exchange has generally been in favour of London with Lisbon, Antwerp, Leghorn, and, if you except France, I believe with most other parts of Europe that pay in common currency ; and it is not improbable that the real exchange was so too

24. The proportion of the average quantity of all sorts of grain imported into Great Britain to that of all sorts of grain consumed, it has been computed by the author of the Tracts upon the Corn Trade, does not exceed that of one to five hundred and seventy

25. But in such large countries, as France and England, the number of people employed in agriculture has, by some authors been computed at a half, by others at a third and by no author that I know of, at less that a fifth of the whole inhabitants of the country

26. Among the civilized nations of modern Europe, it is commonly computed, that not more than the one hundredth part of the inhabitants of any country can be employed as soldiers, without ruin to the country which pays the expense of their service

27. At the end of every three months, they send this account to the treasurer, with the amount of the tax computed at the bottom of it

28. Their wages are computed according to the common rate of the district in which they reside ; and, that they may be as little liable as possible to any overcharge, their yearly gains are estimated at no more than two hundred working days in the year

29. The annuities themselves are computed to amount to thirty millions a-year, the fourth part of one hundred and twenty millions, the supposed interest of that whole debt

30. The Romans, at the end of the first Punic war, reduced the As, the coin or denomination by which they computed the value of all their other coins, from containing twelve ounces of copper, to contain only two ounces; that is, they raised two ounces of copper to a denomination which had always before expressed the value of twelve ounces

31. computed with him at this time anyway

32. Series combination—When we add capacitors in series one after another , their values decreases and resultant capacitance is computed by following formula -

33. Eras from which time was computed:

34. Emphasize that in that astronomical value was not yet incorporated the value of the existent wealth and the potential wealth that will be computed by the Coordenational Structure with the mensuration of the wealth and actuation activates or passive of the beneficent people and beneficiaries

35. computed and generate income for its agents

36. illusion when length computed one way conflicts with length computed by another, although it is

37. Why were they being brought back? were they the ones who had computed or those being returned for elimination? The Usher spoke and Brackens taut nerves jumped at the sound

38. Finally it computed that the time travelers would soon finish their year in the Heroic Age and needed to be at the pickup point in few days

39. The physics of natural scenes already tells us how perspective must be computed by the brain and discrete frequency analysers are already known to be the primary auditory receptors

40. is many orders less than the computed densities of dark matter around Earth, within a

41. way, not something that can be computed

42. computed a way to contact me

43. Looking northeast Joe Billie knew the storm was king-sized and computed it into his plans; avoid it, wait it out or use it

44. Glancing up, he computed one hour of light with the cloudless sky beginning to show grey

45. computed, only on the original principal of the loan

46. The rebate is computed as a percentage of the total amount charged to the credit card in a year

47. It is a sitewide factor that is computed

48. ‘’Course computed and locked for a maximum performance run, Captain

49. The micro-screen computed the worm's length at 28

50. New trajectories computed

1. computes the necessary expense of a labourer's family, consisting of six persons, the father and mother, two children able to do something, and two not able, at ten shillings a-week, or twenty-six pounds a-year

2. When a certain portion of the produce is to be paid away for a tax, the farmer computes as well as he can, what the value of this portion is, one year with another, likely to amount to, and he makes a proportionable abatement in the rent which he agrees to pay to the landlord

3. Changes in those states could be called ‘computation,’ just as your desktop machine computes by changing the information in its memory

4. Each of the strategists tell the computer what they think the best plan of action might be, and then the computer computes the figures and presents them to the commander, who, being at the head of the table, makes the final decision

5. of the G-Wizard Machinist's Calculator ist that it computes tool deflection as one of the many pieces of information it offers for feeds and speeds

6. The method computes from vertex 1 backward to the other vertices then return to vertex 1

7. year 2004, this computes to 1613 and 2006-391=1615, which are the years after the 3rd Virginia

8. When one computes volatility by using past stock prices, the result is called the historic volatility

9. The authoritative manual entitled Investment Companies, published annually by Arthur Wiesenberger & Company, members of the New York Stock Exchange, computes the annual performance of some 120 such “growth funds” over a period of years

10. Here’s an R program that computes the original sum, then performs a Monte Carlo, that is, a computer simulation, to obtain the sums for 400 random rearrangements of labels:

11. We also make use of some new R syntax to sum only those data values that satisfy a certain condition, sum(data[condition]), as in the expression term=mean(data[start : end]) which computes the mean of the data items beginning with data[start] and ending with data[end]

12. The fractal dimension of the line then computes to:

13. When the square is our pattern, the fractal dimension therefore computes to be:

14. Thus, the algorithm computes the average period at which the powers are centered

1. " As soon as he said that he knew he had approached this from the wrong direction for her, he should have talked about quantum computing, that was more likely to hold her interest

2. " He had a feeling that they were controlled by whatever was doing this quantum computing in the depths of space

3. "The one closest to our path has been studied for quantum computing data flow also

4. They would go right to quantum computing, but he didn't have proof of that

5. "The key finding is really the fact that this computing, if that's what these state changes are, is happening on all the bodies but the impactors

6. He made only a couple small tweaks and wanted to speculate about nanites and quantum computing

7. "Oh they can believe the computing medium and the capacity, they will have a problem equating it with classical Scripture

8. Computing in the nude was a familiar

9. All that computing power could be put

10. The heavenly bodies were appointed by God as a means for computing Gen 1:14

11. He also realized that it does not matter whether this vast computing power resides in a human with marvelous appendages or in a computer

12. the errors in commercial computing, and each may herald an imminent crash

13. This computing genesis

14. neuromorphic computing software--now!” She pointed at me and

15. “You mean neuromorphic computing?” the Professor said

16. explained as a combination of neuromorphic computing and

17. Fortunately, though, he was pretty sure this particular officer, despite being stationed near computer labs, knew very little of actual computing

18. useful information), the answer to a yes-or-no question, which is the fundamental currency of computing and communications

19. The more people, and there is a lot of them, who engage in social computing the greater the force of the implications of VCR becomes

20. While online social computing has grown significantly, the initial means has been focused on textual communications, including blogs, chat, forums profiles, etc

21. the adoption of social computing as a new way of life within and outside the company

22. computing tools holistically as a means

23. Both of these scenarios illustrate the emerging challenges for executives contemplating their organizational strategies aimed at capitalizing on the shifts created by advanced social computing trends

24. turf: fundamental research with lots of computing

25. Over the years, human breakthroughs in information technology—writing, printing, telephony, radio, television, computing, and the Internet—have consistently increased our ability to gather, process, organise and utilise information

26. Remember, I carry a lot more computing

27. They have the computing power of the ships they are and personalities to match the people that fly with them

28. Due to the speeds involved, the computing power this took was beyond Elizabeth’s central system’s capacity

29. The treasurer answered after several moments of computing online: “Nine million dollars

30. Saul often said that he was better off without a real plan, but this operation was so big and spanned so much of the inhabited galaxy that he needed Elizabeth’s computing power to keep track of it all

31. Wren knew Tracker had more computing power than Peter, Buddy and Daisy put together

32. He had made a mistake in computing the tax

33. gends in the computing world

34. cause they see it as a way to build their computing infrastruc-

35. The Maui High Performance Computing Center is located in a

36. This is the way it was done in the pioneer days of computing

37. I called the bank and they explained that the mutual fund could no longer be used in computing the

38. It is our hope that we have helped you understand how useful wireless applications can be to your business and that we have given you some ideas for how to find your own niche in the world of mobile phones and computing

39. As it was though, you had six digits for the date in the early days of computing

40. I had an opportunity to open up an office for computing services in South Carolina but I refused

41. In the early days of computing, the problem of program changes was still a concern but there were simple processes to handle this

42. mind is the most accurate computing mechanism we have

43. remember that all the scientific and computing knowledge is united with us and has no

44. 9% space, 75% water, with billions of neurons computing trillions upon trillions of possible outcomes

45. His research interests are in sequence analysis, string algorithms, computational biology, computational geometry and foundations of computing

46. mathematics/ computing etc) and Business understanding

47. Big Data /Hadoop, Cloud Computing, Business Analytics and Optimization, Text Mining, are some of the buzz words that are currently in fashion

48. Cloud computing and real time decisioning and offering system belong to this area

49. Today, RISC designs based on the MIPS, ARM or PowerPC core power the vast majority of computing devices

50. The history of computer operating systems recapitulates to a degree, the recent history of computing