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“As Gillian Tett of the Financial Times later wrote, “Computing power and high-order mathematics were taking the business far from its traditional bounds, and this small group of brilliant minds was charting the outer reaches of cyberfinance.””
“Now the genetic modification of a high-order animal is being proposed.”
“With an emphasis on high-order thinking, CCSS lends itself to classes that readily offer sufficient teacher-student interaction.”
“Another is a long-duration Venus rover mission, which could be facilitated by offloading temperature-sensitive electronics, which provide high-order control functions, to the crew and computers aboard the orbiting IRHAX spacecraft.”
“Man is merely a high-order animal, and his survival, his progress toward a higher state, is dependent upon his adaptability.”
“This is true of any high-order heavily coupled non-linear system.”
“Some recent, very interesting concepts for Venus science missions places the high-order electronics in orbit or in the upper atmosphere, and this communicates with "dumb" lander/rover systems on the surface.”
“The extremely harsh environment of Venus is incredibly challenging, especially for high-order electronics and computational systems.”
“Play is defined by researchers as an activity that encourages positive emotions and allows people to complete high-order relational goals, such as getting to know each other, learning about each other or engaging in a mutual interest together, at a higher rate than expected .”
“The Common Core Standards, meanwhile, “include rigorous content and application of knowledge through high-order skills.””
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