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World-renowned artist Kerby Rosanes specializes in black ink doodles and sketches, and at the age of 23, he quit his desk job as a graphic designer to pursue his art full time. With a legion of over a million followers, Kerby has been a source of inspiration to artists, designers, and art-lovers all over the world with his stunning art and inspirational messages like "Never Quit Drawing" and "Be Awesome Today." Now fans can glimpse the personal sketchbook of Kerby Rosanes with Sketchy Stories, a beautiful facsimile reproduction of his original sketchbook, loaded with secret doodles, elaborate sketches, and whimsical lines and detailed patterns. Interspersed with his artwork, Kerby also includes techniques, tips, inspirations, influences, and more. The ideal gift for fans of Kerby Rosanes or anyone who is ready to be creatively inspired.
The ability to learn from experience is a fundamental requirement for intelligence. One of the most basic characteristics of human intelligence is that people can learn from problem solving, so that they become more adept at solving problems in a given domain as they gain experience. This book investigates how computers may be programmed so that they too can learn from experience. Specifically, the aim is to take a very general, but inefficient, problem solving system and train it on a set of problems from a given domain, so that it can transform itself into a specialized, efficient problem solver for that domain. on a knowledge-intensive Recently there has been considerable progress made learning approach, explanation-based learning (EBL), that brings us closer to this possibility. As demonstrated in this book, EBL can be used to analyze a problem solving episode in order to acquire control knowledge. Control knowledge guides the problem solver's search by indicating the best alternatives to pursue at each choice point. An EBL system can produce domain specific control knowledge by explaining why the choices made during a problem solving episode were, or were not, appropriate.
Flannery O'Connor was working on Everything That Rises Must Converge at the time of her death. This collection is an exquisite legacy from a genius of the American short story, in which she scrutinizes territory familiar to her readers: race, faith, and morality. The stories encompass the comic and the tragic, the beautiful and the grotesque; each carries her highly individual stamp and could have been written by no one else.
Second Chance speaks to the vulnerability of the widowed and divorced baby boomers' loneliness, but not in a depressing way. Many are active, normal, healthy, decent men and women with children and grandchildren, yet many are lonely. Infused with humor, Second Chance is funny, charming, poignant, and real. In the Adirondack Mountains Spa Village Resort, in Upstate New York, a good mix of African American and Caucasian Baby Boomers meet the match that was chosen for them to participate in a ten-day organized matchmaking event. Each one has traveled a different path in life. Each one has a unique story. The story centers on Janet, a divorced Pharmaceutical Sales Executive whose path had left her an emotional cripple. Janet could not accept the match that was carefully chosen for her. Through a bond of friendship forged out of adversity Janet struggled to heal her wounds. She soon became unhinged after arriving at the resort and was left with no choice but to walk away from the event. She would learn to heal and love herself and find the kind of relationship that had evaded her entire adult life. Neile Proeser is a fifty-eight-year-old divorced mother of two grown daughters and four grandchildren. Before moving to The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia where she works in Hospital Administration, Neile worked as a Scriptwriter in a local radio station in her native country of Barbados. Neile enjoys traveling throughout the vast desert Kingdom, the Mediterranean, Middle East and Far East.
A unique study of four major post-war European films by four key 'auteurs', which argues that these films exemplify film modernism at the peak of its philosophical reflection and aesthetic experimentation.
Diabetes is one of the most common chronic medical disorders, and its incidence continues to rise. This book offers patients an overview of the disease and the latest treatment regimens. But unlike other books, it also explores the psychological aspects of the disease, focusing on the difficulty many people have in sticking to treatment regimens that typically include dietary restrictions, medication schedules, and frequent blood tests. Packed with insights and practical advice, it helps people understand why they behave the way they do, what’s at stake, and how to motivate themselves to adhere to their recommended treatment.

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