Book by Tolchard, Guylaine. Start by marking The H-factor: Solving the hidden puzzles of feelings! (The processology of human dynamics series) as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read.
Book by Tolchard, Guylaine.
book by Guylaine Tolchard. The processology of human dynamics series). by Guylaine Tolchard.
On the whole, this is a superb book. Hochschild has tackled a heretofore largely ignored dimension of human social existence. Arlie Russell Hochschild is a Professor of Sociology at the University of California, Berkeley.
human factor, showing the methodological and technical development principles of comfortable .
human factor, showing the methodological and technical development principles of comfortable workplace human-machine operator; it is considered prospects for improving the harmonic con-nection hardware and the human factor in the self-propelled machines, safety. Key words: safety, technosphere, ering ergonomics, man-machine, factor.
In conceptualization, human problem solving consists of two related .
In conceptualization, human problem solving consists of two related processes: problem orientation, the inal/affective approach to problematic situations and problem-solving skills. Main article: Confirmation bias.
Human-oriented algorithms to solve the Rubik’s Cube, while easy to memorize, nd long suboptimal solutions
Human-oriented algorithms to solve the Rubik’s Cube, while easy to memorize, nd long suboptimal solutions. Since 1981, there has been theoretical work on nding the upper bound for the number of moves necessary to solve any valid cube conguration DeepCube discovered a notable amount of Rubik’s Cube knowledge during its training process, including the knowledge of how to use complex permutation groups and strategies similar to the best human "speed-cubers". For example, DeepCube heavily uses one particular pattern that commonly appears when examining normal subgroups of the cube: aba−1.
This insight significantly strengthens the case for the Mankiw, Romer, and Weil version of the Solow–Swan model Total factor productivity.