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    Binary Reasoning

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    Binary reasoning limits our knowledge for it oversimplifies the subject being studied. Computers operate in binary mode, that is they only can understand a 1 or a 0, and this fact is what makes artificial intelligence so hard to achieve. The fact that humans can work outside of simple duality is what distinguishes us from other animals and machines. Certain issues cannot be studied on their integrity unless they are looked upon without using the “two-valued logic” system. Two examples would be: whether

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    Binary

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    numbering system called Binary. Binary is a simple system that only utilizes two character symbols but accomplishes large counting tasks. Binary is not a number system you would want to use for everyday tasks because there are no shortcuts, you have to do the equation the same way every time and it takes a long time to do most calculations. That is why we use what is called the Denary (AKA Decimal) number system. The Denary number system is called a base-10 system as opposed to Binary being called a base-2

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    Binary Explained

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    Binary Explained Before we can talk about Binary numbers, I need to explain Decimal numbers. Decimal numbers are also known as denary numbers and Base ten. Ten is the bases of decimal numbers simply because we are used to using our fingers to count. By adding a place value determines the meaning of the number, for instance, 192 is a smaller number than 219 although the same numbers have been used. To produce a number in decimal we use one of the ten digits. These are: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5

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    Binary Oppositions in Leda and the Swan

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    Binary Oppositions in Leda and the Swan Yeats' "Leda and the Swan" uses the binary oppositions of the beauty and viciousness of Zeus as a swan and the helplessness and eventual strength of Leda, Yeats reveals that even the mightiest entities may suffer the consequences of their misuse of power. In "Leda and the Swan," the beauty of the swan is contrasted with the physical attributes of a swan who acts out his male animalistic power over his female prey, demonstrating the raw male and female

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    1.6.3 Deskewing using binary and grayscale images Method 1 This first algorithm uses the information of the binary and grayscale images to estimate the skew angle. It is based on the binary images filtering algorithm 1.2.1, the Sobel edge detection filter and the classical Hough transform. Because we are looking for angles between -25 and 25 degrees, the length of the window is set to 3 and the threshold to 2 for the filtering algorithm. If a white pixel satisfies the conditions of the

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    Abstract The project began as a way to conclude whether or not two stars would become binary and trace their predicted orbits. The program itself grew even more to plot the orbits of those stars that had irregular but possibly binary orbits. The results began with the perfect orbit of the stars Capella C and Capella D. From there I experimented with switching the velocities to produce different predicted graphs. These graphs expressed all the same information that was in the original, but

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    Binary Oppositions in Heart of Darkness In Heart of Darkness, Joseph Conrad used a series of reversed traditional binary oppositions to convey the theme that every man has his own heart of darkness that is simply masked by the superficial light of civilization. The novella focused primarily on the adventurer Charlie Marlow's journey into the African Congo, but dealt with larger themes. Marlow was from Europe and understood the basic premises of imperialism, but was unprepared for the

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    Grayscale images filtering algorithm This grayscale filtering algorithm has been designed to do the same type of filtering than the previous algorithm, but on grayscale images. The major difficulty, compared to binary images, lies in the distinction between the objects and the background. In binary images we only deal with true or false values, while in grayscale images the values range goes from 0 to 255. For the remaining of this paragraph we assume that the text has a darker color than the back-

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    Technology and Music – Baroque, Boole, Binary, Beams, and Bach Is this merely a clever alliteration or a deep connection between science, mathematics, and western culture entirely overlooked? The following seeks to join these five B's in an intimate manner, bringing to light this seemingly complex connection. Part I: Baroque and Bach Chromaticism and elaborate forms of ornamentation characterize the Baroque period of music. In fact, this period, lasting from the late sixteenth century

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    often highlight the racial ambiguity and binaries that the short story exhibits. However, most critics ignore Morrison’s tendency to explore a middle-ground between the binary and why she creates this seemingly “unnatural” space. Examples of this middle ground can be seen when Morrison questions what is between “black” and “white” or what is between Helane Androne’s “absence of mother” and “presence of mother” binary. She even questions topics that are not binaries but essential to the text like what

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