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Author : Raad Al-Asady
language : en
Publisher: Intellect Books
Release Date : 1995
Download Inheritance Theory written by Raad Al-Asady and has been published by Intellect Books this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 1995 with Computers categories.
Within artificial intelligence, the need to create sophisticated, intelligent behaviour based on common-sense reasoning has long been recognized. Research has demonstrated that formalism for dealing with common sense reasoning require nonmonotonic capabilities where, typically, inferences based on incomplete knowledge need to be revised in light of later information which fills in some of the gaps.
Author : Bruce R. Voeller
language : en
Release Date : 1968
Download The Chromosome Theory Of Inheritance written by Bruce R. Voeller and has been published by this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 1968 with Science categories.
Author : Source: Wikia
language : en
Publisher: Books LLC, Wiki Series
Release Date : 2012-05
Download Psychology Evolution And Human Behavior written by Source: Wikia and has been published by Books LLC, Wiki Series this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2012-05 with categories.
This book consists of articles from Wikia or other free sources online. Pages: 72. Chapters: Dual inheritance theory, Evolutionary psychology, Human behavioral ecology, List of publications on evolution and human behavior, Dual inheritance theory, Evolution and Human Behavior, Human behavioral ecology, Human Behavior and Evolution Society, Adaptive capacity, Adaptive dynamics, Archicortex, Assistance, Attention and colour, Baldwin effect, Behavioral ecology, Behavioral modernity, Behavioural genetics, Bibliography of evolution and human behavior, Bird evolution, Capture-bonding, Cognitive module, Colours of animals, Compartment, Competition, Competitive exclusion principle, Consanguinity, David J. Buller, Dear enemy recognition, Ecological Genetics, Ecological selection, Ethics and evolutionary psychology, Evolutionary arms race, Evolutionary cognitive neuroscience, Evolutionary developmental psychology, Evolutionary developmental psychopathology, Evolutionary educational psychology, Evolutionary factors in postpartum depression, Evolutionary psychoanalysis, Evolutionary psychology and emotion, Evolutionary psychology and suicide, Evolutionary psychology controversy, Evolutionary psychology paradigm of John Tooby and Leda Cosmides, Evolution and human sexuality, Evolution of intelligence, Evolution of memory, Evolution of the eye, Exaptation, Experimental evolution, Fertility and intelligence, Genetic distance, Genetic predisposition, Genotropism, Grandmother hypothesis, Green-beard effect, Human Behavior and Evolution Society, Human evolutionary genetics, Human mate selection, Hypergamy, Kin recognition, Leslie Zebrowitz, Lineage, List of evolutionary psychologists, List of publications on evolution and human behavior, Mating system, Mismatch theory, Moral values, Most recent common ancestor, Motivation to control hypothesis, Neo-teleology, Niche differentiation, Noogenesis, NorthEastern Evolutionary Psychology Society, Paleocortex, Parental expenditure, Parent...
Author : Louise Barrett
language : en
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
Release Date : 2007
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With contributions from over 50 experts in the field, this book provides an overview of the latest developments in evolutionary psychology. In addition to well studied areas of investigation, it also includes chapters on the philosophical underpinnings of evolutionary psychology, comparative perspectives from other species, and more.
Author : C.J. Date
language : en
Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."
Release Date : 2016-09-08
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Type inheritance is that phenomenon according to which we can say, for example, that every square is also a rectangle, and so properties that apply to rectangles in general apply to squares in particular. In other words, squares are a subtype of rectangles, and rectangles are a supertype of squares. Recognizing and acting upon such subtype / supertype relationships provides numerous benefits: Certainly it can help in data modeling, and it can also provide for code reuse in applications. For these reasons, many languages, including the standard database language SQL, have long supported such relationships. However, there doesn’t seem to be any consensus in the community at large on a formal, rigorous, and abstract model of inheritance. This book proposes such a model, one that enjoys several advantages over other approaches, not the least of which it is that it’s fully compatible with the well known relational model of data. Topics the model covers include: Both single and multiple inheritance Scalar, tuple, and relation inheritance Type lattices and union and intersection types Polymorphism and substitutability Compile time and run time binding All of these topics are described in detail in the book, with numerous illustrative examples, exercises, and answers. The book also discusses several alternative approaches. In particular, it includes a detailed discussion and analysis of inheritance as supported in the SQL standard.
Author : Robert A. Paul
language : en
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
Release Date : 2015-04-24
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Nearly everyone would agree that humans and their societies evolved by natural selection, that humans are biologically a single species but societies vary greatly, and neither genetic inheritance nor cultural inheritance alone can fully explain humans and their social systems. While there is a literature that addresses dual inheritance theory or the coevolution of culture and genetics, almost all of it is written from a perspective that accepts the neo-Darwinian evolutionary framework but does not give proper weight to social and cultural theory as it has been developed by cultural anthropologists. At the same time, cultural anthropologists have ignored the question of dual inheritance altogether, leaving the theorizing of how it works almost exclusively in the hands of those with a strong biological viewpoint. In this book anthropologist and psychoanalyst Robert Paul attempts to reconcile evolutionary and cultural approaches in anthropology through a comparative ethnographic exploration of how humans receive behavioral instructions from two separate channelsthe genetic code carried in the DNA and the symbolic systems that constitute culture. He develops a dual inheritance model that aims to do justice to both the genetic and cultural channels of inheritance. Paul elaborates his model of the relationship between genes and cultural symbols and then shows how it can make sense of both the similarities and variations found in human social life as captured in the now very extensive ethnographic record. He argues that cultural systems evolve to manage intra-group competition that would ensue from the genetic program pursuing its interests. The book uses thick descriptions and heavy interpretations from the ethnographic record to demonstrate how different societies tackle this challenge. The book fills a niche, connecting the dual-inheritance literature and symbolic cultural anthropology, using insights from the former to detect patterns in the latter. This is a rare and well-researched project, and should receive a broad readership among biological and cultural anthropologists, and students of human nature more broadly."
Author : Robert K. Miller Jr.
language : en
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Release Date : 1997-11-30
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Inheritance and Wealth in America is a superb collection of original essays, written in nontechnical language by experts in sociology, economics, anthropology, history, law, and other disciplines. Notable chapters provide - an outstanding interpretative history of inheritance in American legal thought - a critical review of the literature on the economics of inheritance at the household and societal levels - a superb history of Federal taxation of wealth transfers, and - a sociological examination of inheritance and its role in class reproduction and stratification. This groundbreaking work is of value to any researcher dealing with the transmission of wealth and privilege across generations.