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ALEPH

(language)

ALEPH

(tool)
A system for formal semantics written by Peter Henderson ca. 1970.

[CACM 15(11):967-973 (Nov 1972)].

Aleph

(text, language)
["Aleph: A language for typesetting", Luigi Semenzato <luigi@cs.berkeley.edu> and Edward Wang <edward@cs.berkeley.edu> in Proceedings of Electronic Publishing, 1992 Ed. Vanoirbeek & Coray Cambridge University Press 1992].
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El VI congreso de ALEPH tuvo el mismo titulo del proyecto: Dialogos Ibericos e Iberoamericanos y en la primera circular enviada a los socios se les incitaba a la presentacion de trabajos que reflexionasen sobre dos ejes tematicos.
En 2009 Aleph fue invitado a participar en la Semana Beatle que ano con ano se lleva a cabo durante agosto en el puerto de Liverpool.
Aleph Labs will be pitching BeyondTV, an application that enhances viewers' experience by combining conventional TV-watching with real-time interactive content such as Facebook and Twitter through a "second screen", typically a tablet device or smart phone.
Cada uno de los grabados del retablo, a la vez, en forma de via crucis, indican el lugar donde se halla el Aleph y la formula para fijarlo al lienzo; es asi como Monterga descubre que el preciado secreto se encuentra nada mas ni nada menos que en el sotano de la casa de su mas acerrimo enemigo, Greg van Mander, en Brujas.
Tan se autojustifica a si mismo el universo, tan se mantiene, imperturbable, dentro de la inmediatez de su creacionismo, que nada le habra costado a este universo crear a ese doble siniestro de si mismo (todos los dobles lo son) que conocemos como el Aleph.
Elena", por su parte, significa "antorcha" o "la brillante", "la resplandeciente" (1988: 83); este sentido la vincularia con el Aleph, objeto tambien refulgente y de naturaleza fascinante.
Although Cantor's alephs no longer worry today's mathematicians, Wapner cites several mathematicians of the past who regarded Cantor's alephs as mystical nonsense.
It bears the Aramaic letters Aleph Lamed Daled - one of 72 names for God - and is said to protect the wearer.
According to an April 2001 Justice Ministry report, the Aum Shinrikyo group, which lost its religious status following its 1995 sarin gas attack on the Tokyo subway system, was renamed Aleph and had an estimated 1,650 followers, a decrease from 10,000 in 1995.
Aleph is becoming sentient and has some unusual ideas about where Earth's future lies.
The painting was the centerpiece of a huge work, a room comprising seventy-eight panels, that Klarwein called The Aleph Sanctuary, 1971.
AUM, which now calls itself Aleph, claims it used to have several tens of thousand followers in Russia.