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rete

(artificial intelligence)
/Re'te/ (From Latin "net") A net or network; a plexus; particularly, a network of blood vessels or nerves, or a part resembling a network.

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To check the night's parade of the heavens, I first wheeled the rete so that my date on the edge of the ecliptic circle touched the west side of the horizon arc: sunset
While an atmosphere of rappel a l'ordre undoubtedly pervades Soffici's magazine, the inscription of Rete mediterranea exclusively within the narrow framework of the post-war return to order seems somewhat reductive, as is the interpretation of the magazine as a personal space created by Soffici to mourn the loss of the pre-war world and its illusions.
Snam Rete Gas shares are roughly unchanged in the last three months, outperforming an almost 4% slip in Italy's FTSE Mib Index.
Eni replied saying it was not considering cutting its 52 per cent stake in Snam Rete Gas, a company worth about 12 billion euros ($16.
The company said that it would lend EUR300m to Snam Rete Gas (SNMRY).
6% Sardinia Region) and Snam Rete Gas to invest extensive resources in the construction of one of the biggest natural gas procurement projects in Italy's history.
1) Spermatoceles have a high association with tubular ectasia of the rete testis.
Optimisations to the standard Rete algorithm are presented as a means of bringing advanced, rule-based artificial intelligence techniques to low-memory systems--in particular, current and future generations of games consoles.
Fortunately, the Rete Algorithm was developed at Carnegie-Mellon University by Charles Forgy and published in his 1979 thesis, "The Rete Algorithm: A Fast Algorithm for the Many Pattern / Many Object Pattern Matching Problem".
In May 2002, the Italian regulator declared illegal a tax imposed by Sicilian authorities on gas imported from Algeria, and which transits the island via pipelines owned by Snam Rete Gas,
GE Energy has received a turnkey contract from Snam Rete Gas of Milan to supply two turbo compressor units for the expansion of a gas pipeline station at Messina, Sicily.
The media bill would have put Mediaset's three stations, Canale 5, Italia 1 and Rete 4, on a legal footing.