Core Elements

Core elements

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The University of Memphis School of Urban Affairs and Public Policy Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice CIT Center released a paper outlining central components of CIT in 2007. The elements of CIT programs identified are: Ongoing Elements Partnerships: Law Enforcement, Advocacy, Mental Health Community Ownership: Planning, Implementation & Networking Policies and ProceduresOperational Elements CIT: Officer, Dispatcher, Coordinator Curriculum: CIT Training Mental Health Receiving Facility: Emergency ServicesSustaining Elements Evaluation and Research In-Service Training Recognition and Honors

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Core standard

NomenclatureWithin this standard nomenclature codes are defined, these give the possibility to clearly identify objects and attributes in relation to the so-called OID-Code (). The nomenclature is divided in partitions, to demarcate codes with regards to content and functions. Programmatically these codes are defined as constants, those can be used by a pseudonym. example in C: #define MDC_PART_OBJ 1 /* Definition for the Partition Object Infrastructure */ #define MDC_MOC_VMS_MDS_SIMP 37 /* Define the Object Simple Medical Device System */ Domain information modelThis standard is the "heart" of VITAL. Within this, objects and their arrangement in a Domain Information Model for vital signs data transmission are defined. Beyond this the standard defines a service model for the standardized communication. Base standardThe common background for assembly and transmission of objects and their attributes are defined in this standard. It's subdivided in a communication model and an information model. The communication model describes the layers 5 to 7 of the OSI 7-layer model. The information model defines the modeling, formatting and the syntax for transmission coding of the objects.

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Which processor should i get ?

If you are on a laptop, I would go with the newer generation core i3 because it would have better power management. If it is a desktop, I might go for the core i5. I am a fan of the i5. My first choice would be the latest generation of i5. I would not consider the i7 unless you were a big power user

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What is communism and socialism? What's the difference between them?

When it comes to the core of it, it's just the spelling.-Ahrvid

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Total core recovery

Total core recovery (TCR) is the borehole core recovery percentage. TCR is defined as the quotient: T C R = ( l s u m o f p i e c e s l t o t c o r e r u n ) 100 displaystyle TCR=left(frac l_mathrm sumofpieces l_mathrm totcorerun

ight)times 100 % l s u m o f p i e c e s displaystyle l_mathrm sumofpieces = Sum of length of core pieces l t o t c o r e r u n displaystyle l_mathrm totcorerun = Total length of core run

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Core activities

Although the financial rocket science is found mostly in banks and financial enterprises, this area is emerging in firms with other kinds of core activities. The reasons why firms may have to hire these professionals vary and may be related to the core itself, or to auxiliary areas. An example of the first case is the one of an insurance firm that needs to calculate sets of probabilities of expenses, from probabilities of accident of its customers. The other one is advising about what the need every organization, or even every individual, has for properly deciding what to do with the money

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Company core activities

Consulting (through its former subsidiary PEA Consulting) Systems Integration Outsourcing (through its former subsidiary OPEN CASCADE)On May 7, 2014, EURIWARE was acquired by Capgemini On June 17, 2015, EURIWARE was merged with its mother company, Capgemini

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Core requirements and subject groups

To be awarded an IB diploma, candidates must fulfill three core requirements, in addition to passing their subject examinations: Extended essay (EE). Candidates must write an independent research essay of up to 4,000 words in a subject from the list of approved EE subjects. The candidate may choose to investigate a topic within a subject they are currently studying, although this is not required. The EE may be written on an interdisciplinary topic. Theory of knowledge (TOK). This course introduces students to theories about the nature and limitations of knowledge (basic epistemology) and provides practice in determining the meaning and validity of knowledge (critical thinking). It is claimed to be a "flagship element" of the Diploma Programme, and is the one course that all diploma candidates are required to take. TOK requires 100 hours of instruction, the completion of an externally assessed essay of 1600 words (from a choice of six titles prescribed by the IB worth 67%), and an internally assessed presentation (worth 33%) on the candidate's chosen topic. Creativity, activity, service (CAS). CAS aims to provide students with opportunities for personal growth, self-reflection, intellectual, physical and creative challenges, and awareness of themselves as responsible members of their communities through participation in social or community work (service), athletics or other physical activities (activity), and creative activities (creativity). The guideline for the minimum amount of CAS activity over the two-year programme is approximately 3-4 hours per week, though "hour counting" is not encouraged. Previously, there was a requirement that 150 CAS hours be completed, but this was abolished in 2010. However, some schools still require these hours.Subject groupsStudents who pursue the IB diploma must take six subjects: one each from Groups 1-5, and either one from Group 6 or a permitted substitute from one of the other groups, as described below. Three or four subjects must be taken at Higher level (HL) and the rest at Standard level (SL). The IB recommends a minimum of 240 hours of instructional time for HL courses and 150 hours for SL courses. While the IB encourages students to pursue the full IB diploma, the "substantial workload require[s] a great deal of commitment, organization, and initiative". Students may instead choose to register for one or more individual IB subjects, without the core requirements. Such students will not receive the full diploma. The six IBDP subject groups and course offerings are summarised below. More information about the subject groups and individual courses can be found at the respective subject group articles: Group 1: Studies in language and literature. Taken at either SL or HL, this is generally the student's native language, with over 80 languages available. As of courses starting in summer 2011, there are two options for Language A (previously A1): Literature, which is very similar to the old course, and Language and Literature, a slightly more challenging adaptation of the former Group 2 Language A2 subjects, which have been withdrawn. The interdisciplinary subject Literature and Performance can also be taken at SL. Group 2: Language acquisition. An additional language, taken at the following levels: Language B (SL or HL), or Language ab initio (SL only). Latin and Classical Greek are also offered and may be taken at SL or HL. Following the replacement of the Language A2 option with the Group 1 Language and Literature offering for courses starting in summer 2011, the Language B syllabus was changed: the coursework is now more rigorous, and at HL, there is the compulsory study of two works of literature (although this is for comprehension rather than analysis and is only assessed through coursework). In addition, B SL students can study one of the texts as a replacement for the optional topics. Group 3: Individuals and societies. Humanities and social sciences courses offered at both SL and HL: Business Management, Economics, Geography, History, Information Technology in a Global Society (ITGS), Philosophy, Psychology, and Social and Cultural Anthropology and Global Politics. The course World Religions and the interdisciplinary course Environmental Systems and Societies are also offered at SL only. Group 4: Experimental sciences. Five courses are offered at both SL and HL: Chemistry, Biology, Physics, Design Technology and Computer Science. The course Sport, Exercise and Health Science and the interdisciplinary courses Environmental Systems and Societies and Nature of Science are offered at SL only. Group 5: Mathematics. In order of increasing difficulty, the courses offered are Mathematical Studies SL, Mathematics SL and HL, and Further Mathematics HL. The computer science elective courses were moved to Group 4 as a full course from first examinations in 2014. In 2019, major changes to the IB Math curriculum replaced the previous Math SL and HL courses with Mathematics: Applications and Interpretation (AI) SL and HL and Mathematics: Analysis and Approaches (AA) SL and HL. AI Mathematics has an emphasis on algebraic methods and mathematical thinking, whereas AI Mathematics has an emphasis on modelling and statistics, with a focus on using technology to solve problems with real-world applications. Under the 2019 course changes, Further Mathematics has been dropped entirely. Group 6: The arts. Courses offered at both SL and HL: Dance, foreign languages, Music, Theatre, Visual Arts, and Film. In lieu of taking a Group 6 course, students may choose to take an additional course from Groups 1-4 or either Further Mathematics HL (if already studying Mathematics HL) a Computer science course from Group 4, or a school-based syllabus course approved by IB. The interdisciplinary subject Literature and Performance is also offered, although currently only at SL.Environmental Systems and Societies SL is an interdisciplinary course designed to meet the diploma requirements for groups 3 and 4, while Literature and Performance SL meets the requirements of Groups 1 and 6. Online Diploma Programme and pilot coursesThe IB is developing a pilot online version of the IBDP and currently offers several online courses to IBDP students. Eventually, it expects to offer online courses to any student who wishes to register. Additionally, the IB has developed pilot courses that include World Religions; Sports, Exercise and Health Sciences, Dance, and a transdisciplinary pilot course, Literature and Performance, Global Politics. These pilot courses have now become part of the mainstream courses.

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