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Parallel object-oriented language. "Message Pattern Specifications: A New Technique for Handling Errors in Parallel Object- Oriented Systems", J.A. Purchase et al, SIGPLAN Notices 25(10):116-125 (OOPSLA/ECOOP '90) (Oct 1990).
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It never entered his golden-sorrel head to be curious about the affair or to attempt to solve it.
Because it will be trying to solve the problem called `the problem of the three bodies,' for which the integral calculus is not yet far enough advanced.
It is noteworthy that for the first time, Chou will be investing his own personal funds into the Solve.
Solve is an unprecedented undertaking, said Jason Pontin, MIT Technology Review editor in chief and publisher.
Hinman and Sanders' unexpected celebrity status was perfectly in line for the Cinderella story of ``Wordplay,'' a documentary about crossword puzzles and the extraordinarily ordinary people who solve them.
Sometimes we're able to solve disputes with a phone call.
Much of what is taught in high school can also be effortlessly accomplished using a calculator (just a slightly more expensive calculator than the one needed to solve elementary school problems).
Students must be given a math problem to solve and by working in small groups or individually using manipulatives, students are encouraged to come up with what they feel is the correct answer.
The fingerprint database has grown to over 270,000 records, and we're constantly adding more records, which increases our chances to solve crimes and close cases," stated Mark L.
Each child initially failed to solve mathematical-equivalence problems, such as 6+4+3 = -- +3.