Do these vintage cars run as fast as our new cars? Let's jump into the world of the 1950s and test them out! Coloring is a portal to pretend play, and which requires the use of creativity and imagination, too. It also teaches a child key life skills such as confidence, knowledge, relaxation, patience and focus. The more your child colors, the stronger each of these skills become. Color now!
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A gripping, fast-paced account of one man's journey to Iraq and back, as a member of the National Guard during the height of the Iraq War. "Battle Scars, a reluctant warrior in Iraq" is sure to be remembered as a classic tale of wartime service and romance. A commercial airline pilot, facing job insecurity due to the after-effects of the 9/11 attacks and the bankruptcy of his once proud airline, reluctantly joins the National Guard as an engineering officer. However, through an unexpected series of events beyond his control, he finds himself involuntarily called to active-duty and sent to Iraq to command a unit of combat engineers for the U.S. Army Special Forces. Along the way, he must bring together a group of diverse young men and women, do his part to rebuild Iraq, and bring them all home safely. During this time, he experiences the shock of sudden and random combat, the burden of unwanted responsibility in an unwanted war, and the passion of a romance with a beautiful Army Reserve dentist, consummated under fire. "Battle Scars, a reluctant warrior in Iraq" cuts to the heart and soul of those who served in this conflict. You won't be able to put it down.
Graph representations are pervasive in scientific and social computing. They serve as vital toms to model the interplay between different interacting entities. This monograph delves into the problem of community detection, which is one of the most widely used graph operations toward scientific discovery. Community detection refers to the process of identifying tightly-knit subgroups of vertices in a large graph. These sub-groups (or communities) represent vertices that are tied together through common structure or function. Identification of communities could help in understanding the modular organization of complex networks. However, owing to large data sizes and high computational costs, performing community detection at scale has become increasingly challenging. This monograph presents a detailed review and analysis of some of the leading computational methods and implementations developed for executing community detection on modern day multicore and manycore architectures. The intention is to: a) define the problem of community detection and highlight its scientific significance; b) relate to challenges in parallelizing the operation on modern day architectures; c) provide a detailed report and logical organization of the approaches that have been designed for various architectures; and d) provide insights into the strengths and suitability of different architectures for community detection, and a preview into the future trends of the area. While the focus is on community detection, the challenges, and techniques to overcome the challenges, transcend to several other graph problems that have applications in science and data analytics.
In clear, easy-to-grasp language, the author covers many of the topics that you will need to know in order to win your dream job and be the first in line for a promotion.
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