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I was solving some question, where I had to simplify and solve 2 linear equations to find the values of variables , x and y.
However after simplifying both the equations, both the equations turn out to be same (x + y =16).
What option should I tick ?
(Pls explain the difference between the two.)
digitization of books - is it ethical?
The world's dominant search engine, Google , brings expertise in search technology and mass digitization.
"Google Book Search program" is designed to digitize printed book content so that it may be searched and retrieved via Google's search engine.
It will begin to sell online access to somewhere between 5million and above books, which it has taken off library shelves, of secondhand bookshops, borrowed from university deposits and digitized .It will become the world's largest library and the world's biggest bookseller.
The program has two main features-
1. Involvement of Publishers:
In the publisher's program, they can either provide a hard copy of a book that Google scans at no charge, or they can supply books in a digital format. Authors can also supply books, as long as they are the copyright holders. Google then indexes the content and allows the full text to be searched online. Google advertises this program as "a free worldwide sales and marketing system." Authors will use the Book Search to generate new ideas, and track reader trends, as they currently do on Amazon.
2. Involvement of Libraries:
The University of Michigan has committed to allowing Google to scan its entire print and journal collection. In exchange, Michigan will receive image and OCR files. Of the five libraries in the project, Michigan is the only one to publicly disclose, under Michigan's Freedom of Information Act, its contractual agreement with Google. Stanford University and Harvard University are participants as well, though neither library has committed to scanning its entire collection.
The pilot projects at these universities included some in-copyright works, and the larger projects are initially focusing primarily on public domain materials. Both Oxford University and the New York Public Library have committed to only a subset of books, all in the public domain. In Oxford's case, because of the United Kingdom's copyright laws, these books are all published before 1885. Stanford, Harvard, and the University of Michigan have explicitly announced their intention to abide by copyright law.
It is estimated that Google is spending 200 million dollars on the library program. Sidney Verba , director of the University Library , confessed, "I didn't think it could be done by anyone, including Google."
Many of the objections to the library project focus on the idea that Google will make money from others' work.
Libraries do not need permission to create a card catalog, "neither should Google or other search engines be required to when they create an improved digital equivalent."
Google has been specific that at no time will a user be able to view more than 20 percent
of a book provided through the publisher program, as specified in their contractual arrangement.
Google earns 99% of its considerable revenue from the sale of advertising on its search engine.
The University of Michigan believes Google's use is critically transformative in the modern era.
OCLC(Open World Cat program) reports that 83 percent of users who arrive at a "find in a library" link in a search engine end up in a library's online catalog.
The lawsuit filed by McGraw-Hill et al. claims that "Google's continuing and future infringements are likely to usurp Publishers' present and future business relationships and opportunities for the digital copying, archiving, search and public display of their works."
Barbara Quint states, "Experts estimate that 80 percent of books in copyright fall into the 'orphan' category."
Google has indicated that ads will not appear alongside books scanned from libraries and that they will share the revenue from ads that appear alongside books from the publisher program.
The most notable and significant problem is that numerous non-copyrighted books are restricted. For example, the WIPO Copyright Treaties Implementation Act by the House Committee on the Judiciary, Subcommittee on Courts and Intellectual Property is displayed in snippet form.
Brewster Kahle ,has argued that copyright in its current form is unconstitutional, but so far these arguments have not succeeded in court.
Michael Gorman, president of the American Library Association, has been one of the few critics from the library community. He fears that the project will only increase the number of undergraduates who think all their research can be done in Google.
If Google continues to digitize library holdings and enhances Google Scholar, then it may be that undergraduates can do all their research in Google, at least as a means of discovery.
A generation of students who have the ability to perform full-text searching of centuries of material from around the world will have the potential to discover information that earlier generations never knew existed.
· Google, "Help," Google Book Search beta, http://print.google.com/googleprint/help.
html (accessed July 1, 2006).
· Peter Givler to A. Macgillivray, senior intellectual property and product counsel, Google,
Inc., 20 May 2005, http://aaupnet.org/aboutup/issues/0865_001.pdf (accessed July 1,
· University of Michigan Library, "Cooperative Agreement," http://www.lib.umich.edu/
mdp/um-google-cooperative-agreement.pdf (accessed July 1, 2006).
· Stanford University Libraries and Academic Information Resources, "Stanford University
and Google Mass Digitization Project: FAQ,"
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Hi Guys... Anybody is still working somewhere? Because I do....
My profile :
XII : 84%
Btech: NIT Rourkela
CAT 14: 95.44
Converts: SPJAIN Marketing (WL), IIM Sambalpur, XIMB (BM)
Starting my journey again, would like to connect with like ones!
Hope u r also struggling to wait for further communication from IOCL for recruitment of Marketing and HR professionals
In this regard I have some thoughts:
I think IOCL may not be in a position to take up the process further as "grievance" against the declared result of NET Dec 2014 is still in process. CBSE had given a deadline of one month from the declaration of result of NET Dec 2014 i.e. 15 June 2015, for filing of grievances. That means the process of filing of grievances has ended on 15 July 2015. But UGC NET has had a track record of stretching the process of accommodating the grievances by upto 6 months from the date of declaration of initial result of NET. That means we cannot expect the final result of NET before Dec 2015 may be
Above are solely my thoughts and I have not been able to connect to anyone either in CBSE or IOCL.
In the meantime, we can pester the following person at IOCL. He has not picked my single call even though the phone rings for full that means the phone is never engaged. I have called him over 200 times.....
Name: Gautham Dutta
Phone no.: 011-26260133
This person, if he picks up the phone on a blue moon day, can tell us the most authentic information about the recruitment process at IOCL.
Also, bombard IOCL with emails at the following email id:
In addition to this try contacting the following nos. at CBSE although they also never pick up the phone. If they pick up the phone they can tell us when will the final result of NET Dec 2014 will be declared (after accommodating the grievances). I got these numbers from
The numbers are:
7042399520, 7042399521, 7042399524, 7042399526, 7042399527, 7042399528, 7042399529
FELLOW PUYS, DO PESTER THESE PEOPLE. Thats all we can do....
how to know marks of the interview(electronics)....they have not written it in the candidate login??
Recently contacted with rrb chd officials to know about normalisation....one of those named mrs.manju bala said "we have no clue or idea but as of info whatever we have there is no result manipulation this time taking 18 sets of exams into account.hope u get it thnks for calling"
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