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 投稿者:Larrycew  投稿日:2017年 5月23日(火)09時29分10秒
  ?How to buy a fantastic college term paper internet based.
How to buy a really good college term paper on line.
Adventures in Cheating
Students, your semester is almost over. This fall, did you get yourself pulling a great number of bong hits but several all-nighters? Absorbing a lot of Schlitz but modest Nietzsche? Attending Arizona State University? If the answer is yes to any or (specifically) all these questions, you will no doubt be plagiarizing your term papers.
High-quality for you-we're all short on time these days. Yes, it's ethically blah blah blah to cheat with a term paper blah. The question is: How do you do it right? For example, the chump move is to uncover some library book and copy big hunks out of it. No first-rate: You nevertheless will have to walk to the library, see a respectable book, and link the hunks together with your private awful prose. Instead, why not just click on the term paper Net webpage and buy the whole damn paper now written by some smart dude? Que bella . Ah, but which web page?
I shopped at several internet term paper stores to determine where most appropriate to spend your cheating dollar. After selecting papers on topics in history, psychology, and biology, I had every single paper graded by just one of my judges. These ended up: Slate writer David Greenberg, who teaches history at Columbia; my dad, who teaches psychology in the University of Rhode Island (many times smeared as being the ASU within the East); and my girlfriend, who was a teaching assistant in biology at Duke (where she says cheating was particularly familiar). So, which web-site wins with the ideal mix of price and paper good quality? I compared no charge sites, sites that sell "pre-written papers," including a web site that writes customized papers to your specifications.
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Sites Selling Pre-Written Papers There are dozens of these-I narrowed it down to three sites that seemed fairly reputable and had been stocked by having a huge assortment. (In general, the choice offered on pay back sites was ten times bigger than within the at no cost ones.) Every single fork out website posted clear disclaimers that you're not to pass off these papers as your possess job. Sure you're not.
AcademicTermPapers.com: This resource site charged $7 for each site, and I ordered "The Paranoia Behind Watergate" for $35. Properly worth it. My history judge gave it the highest grade of all the papers he saw-a B or maybe even a B+. Why? It boasted an actual argument. A couple passages, however, could possibly established off his plagiarism radar (or "pladar"). They demonstrate almost too thorough a command on the literature.
My other purchase listed here was a $49 bio paper titled "The Species Concept." Despite appearing with the bio section in the page, this paper seemed to be for a philosophy class. Of course, no way to know that until after you've bought it (the pay back sites give you just the title including a very brief synopsis of every paper). My judge would grade this a C- in an intro bio class, as its summary was "utterly meaningless," and it tossed available "airy" philosophies without actually understanding the species concept in the least.
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My other Paper Save paper was "Typical Assumptions of Kin Choice," bought for $40.38. Again, a pretty smart buy. It was well-written, accurate, and occasionally even thoughtful. My bio judge would give it a B within a freshman class. Doable pladar ping: The writer seemed to imply that many of his ideas stemmed from the personal chat by having a noted biologist. But overall, the Paper Retail store earned its fork out.
A1Termpaper.com (aka 1-800-Termpaper.com): In some ways this is the strangest website, as most on the papers for sale were being written among 1978 and '83. I would guess this is really an old term paper source, which has lately made the jump to the Word wide web. From its history section, I bought a book report on Garry Wills' Nixon Agonistes for $44.75, in addition a $7.45 fee for scanning all the pages-the paper was written in 1981, no doubt with a typewriter. Good? It understood the book but made no critique-a high-school paper. My judge would give it a D.
I next bought "Personality as Seen by Erikson, Mead, and Freud" from A1 Termpaper for $62.65 and also a $10.43 scanning fee. Also written in 1981, this a person had the foremost stylish prose of any psych paper plus the most sophisticated thesis, nevertheless it was riddled with factual errors. For instance, it got Freud's psychosexual stages completely mixed up and even extra some that don't exist (the correct progression is oral-anal-phallic-latency-genital, as in case you didn't know). Showing its age, it cited a textbook from 1968 and nothing from after '69 (and no, that's not another Freudian stage, gutter-mind). Grade: Dad gave it a C+. On the stop, A1 Termpaper.com was pricey, outdated, and not a extremely good buy.
With all these pre-written papers, though, it occurred to me that a smart but horribly lazy student could choose to put his effort into editing instead of researching and crafting: Buy a mediocre paper that's done the legwork, then whip it into shape by improving the producing and adding some carefully chosen details. Not a bad strategy.
Papers Made To Order PaperMasters.com: My final buy was a custom-made paper written to my specifications. Many sites do this, for somewhere between $17 and $20 for every web site. PaperMasters.com statements all its writers have "at least an individual Master's Degree" and charges $17.95 for each website page. I typed this request (posing as a professor's assignment, copied verbatim) into its World-wide-web order sort: "A 4-page term paper on David Foster Wallace's Infinite Jest . Investigate the semiotics of your 'addicted gaze' as represented by the mysterious film on the book's title. Potential topics to address include nihilism, figurative transgendering, the culture of entertainment, also, the concept of 'infinite gestation.' "
This assignment was total hooey. It made no feeling whatsoever. Yet it differed tiny from papers I was assigned as an undergrad English major at Brown.
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I began to experience guilty. Some poor writer somewhere was plowing through this tome, then concocting a meaningless mishmash of words simply to fill four internet pages and satisfy the bizarre whims of the solitary, heartless taskmaster (me). But then I realized this is exactly what I did for all four years of college-and I paid them to the privilege!
Once the custom made paper came back again, it was all I'd dreamed. Representative sentence: "The novel's diverse characters demonstrate equally individually and collectively the fixations and obsessions that bind humanity to the pitfalls of reality and present a fertile groundwork to the semiotic explanation of addictive behavior." Tripe. The paper had no thesis and in fact had no body—not a person sentence actually leading-edge a cogent idea. I'm guessing it would have gotten a C+ at Brown—maybe even a B-. (Click
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うつりゆく時代(10)人工知能AIの事例 ② 医療・介護

 投稿者:二村重博  投稿日:2017年 5月21日(日)11時45分40秒
   これまで3回にわたって「人工知能 (AI) とはなにか」というタイトルでAIを取り上げ、前回からは、AIは具体的にはどのように利用され、また利用されようとしているのかという問題に移りました。これを見るために、日本経済新聞の記事の見出しで AI、I o T、IT の用語の入った記事を抽出し、それらの記事を関係するグループに分けて整理してみました。このことによって、AIなどの先端技術がどのように活用され、また活用されようとしているかの具体的なイメージを得ることができるのではないかと思ったからです。

 (1) 特定の病気の診断と治療
 (2) 医薬品開発や病気の進行の予測
 (3) 退院後の措置

【介護】 高齢化で介護の問題も深刻になってきています。「2025年度に介護費は約20兆円まで増え、約37万人の人材不足が見込まれている」(4/24)ということで、人手不足と介護費の増加を解決するためにITの活用が重要になってきます。これには、介護ロボの導入と離れた場所での対処方法などが考えられます。以下順に見ていきます。
 (1) 人手不足
 (2) 介護ロボット
 (3) 離れた場所からの介護


 投稿者:73年度 山崎博之  投稿日:2017年 5月19日(金)16時29分28秒
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主に高知県を拠点に、養鰻池、活鰻流通、蒲焼加工、ウナギ専門店とまさに川上から川下まで手掛けております。そして、新しいコンセプトのお店を、と言うことでこの度オープンしたのが『UNAGI DINING という、選択。』 という名前のウナギ屋さん。




 投稿者:5期生 ひろせ  投稿日:2017年 5月16日(火)20時32分7秒
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花を愛でる 京都番外編

 投稿者:5期生 ひろせ  投稿日:2017年 5月14日(日)13時04分42秒


 投稿者:73年度生山崎博之  投稿日:2017年 5月14日(日)12時24分8秒



 投稿者:73年度生山崎博之  投稿日:2017年 5月14日(日)12時05分16秒



Re: 花を愛でる(68)

 投稿者:二村重博  投稿日:2017年 5月10日(水)22時29分9秒
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  > No.3878[元記事へ]


> 園芸市で忘れな草を買ってきました。
> 忘れな草というと思い出すのが『男はつらいよ 寅次郎忘れな草』。1973年封切ですから小生が同志社大学に入った年になります。
> ・・・・・
> 「面白うてやがて悲しき寅さん」を思い出す花でした。


 先ず、山崎君の「忘れな草」で思い出したのが、寅さんの妹、倍賞千恵子です。彼女の「忘れな草をあなたに」は、僕の好きな歌の一つです。まだ聞いていなかったら、YouTube ででも聞いてみてください。


花を愛でる 福井番外編

 投稿者:5期生 ひろせ  投稿日:2017年 5月 7日(日)11時23分2秒


 投稿者:73年度生山崎博之  投稿日:2017年 5月 6日(土)19時15分36秒
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