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Based on the characters of J. K. ROWLING and her books: Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone Year One at Hogwarts Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets Year Two at Hogwarts Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban Year Three at Hogwarts Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Year Four at Hogwarts Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix Year Five at Hogwarts Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince Year Six at Hogwarts Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Year Seven at Hogwarts HARRY POTTER AND THE METHODS OF RATIONALIT Y BY LESS WRONG Edited by some random fan of a fan Find the original text (perhaps with added chapters) at: http://www.fanfiction.net/s/5782108 CONTENTS ONE A Day of Very Low Probability — 13 TWO Everything I Believe Is False — 21 THREE Comparing Reality to Its Alternatives — 27 FOUR The Eﬃcient Market Hypothesis — 33 FI V E The Fundamental Attribution Error — 39 SIX The Planning Fallacy — 51 SE V EN Reciprocation — 81 EIGHT Positive Bias — 113 NINE Self Awareness, part i — 131 TEN Self Awareness, part ii — 139 ELE V EN Omake Files, parts i & ii — 151 TWELV E Impulse Control — 159 THIRTEEN Asking the Wrong Questions — 171 FOURTEEN The Unknown and the Unknowable — 193 FIFTEEN Conscientiousness — 209 SIXTEEN Lateral Thinking — 221 SE V ENTEEN Locating the Hypothesis — 241 EIGHTEEN Dominance Hierarchies — 279 NINETEEN Delayed Gratiﬁcation — 309 TWENT Y Bayes’s Theorem — 333 TWENT Y-ONE Rationalization — 353 TWENT Y-TWO The Scientiﬁc Method — 373 TWENT Y-THREE Belief in Belief — 399 TWENT Y-FOUR Machiavellian Intelligence Hypothesis — 419 TWENT Y-FI V E Hold Oﬀ on Proposing Solutions — 433
Makine Mühendisliği öğrencilerinin hazırlayacakları tüm rapor, bitirme ödevi ve dönem raporlarını bu belgede açıklandığı biçimde hazırlamaları amaçlanmaktadır. Rapor hazırlamada, bu belge ile birlikte bulunan “rapor örneği” sitili kullanılacaktır. Bu kalıp stil seçildiğinde, sayfa düzeni,paragraf yapıları kendiliğinden seçilmiş olacaktır. Bir rapor; Kapak, Ön kısım, Ana kısım ve Eklerden oluşur. Kapak, dış ve iç kapak olarak düzenlenir. Ön kısımda, içindekiler kısmı bulunur. Ana kısım, raporun içeriğidir. Ekler, raporun akıcılığını kesmemek için rapor sonuna atılmış bilgileri içerir. Kapak ve bölümlere ilişkin bilgiler ve örnekler bu belge içinde verilmiştir. 2. Sayfa Düzeni Sayfa düzeni, rapor örnek kalıbında belirtildiği gibi olacaktır. Buna göre. Kağıt boyutu A4, Üst ve alt boşluklar 2,5, sol boşluk 3,3 ve sağ boşluk 2,2 cm olacaktır. Sayfa numaraları, sayfanın sağ üst kısmında yer almalıdır. Ön kısım sayfaları roman numaraları ile numaralandırılacaktır. Örneğin çindekiler Ana kısımda yer alan tüm sayfalar numaralanacaktır. Numaralamada arab numaraları kullanılacaktır 3. Paragraf Düzeni Normal yazı paragrafları, “normal” paragraf tipinde olacaktır. Bu paragraf türünde, 12 punto, normal “Times New Roman” karakteri kullanılacaktır. Paragraf ilk satırı, diğer satırlar ile aynı hizada olacak ve paragraflar arasında bir satır atlanacaktır. Alt başlıklar için örnekler aşağıda verilmiştir 1. Birinci Başlık 1.1. kinci Başlık 1.1.1. Üçüncü Başlık 4. Resim ve Tablolar Resim ve şekil altyazıları “Şekil” paragraf tipinde aşağıdaki biçimde yazılacaktır. Şekil 1.1: Deney tesisatının genel görünümü Şekil numaraları, bölüme bağlı olarak verilecektir. Örneğin Şekil 1.3 gibi. Tablo isimleri tabloların üst kısımlarına aşağıda gösterildiği gibi yazılacaktır. Tablo paragraf türünün adı “Tablo” dur. Tablo 1.1: Genel Tablo 5. Referanslar Referanlar, referansa atıf yapılan yerde köşeli parantez içinde gösterilecektir. Örneğin  biçiminde. ULUDAĞ ÜN VERS TES MAK NE MÜHEND SL Ğ BÖLÜMÜ ISI TEKN Ğ LABORATUARI DENEY RAPORU GÜNEŞ ENERJ S DENEY Bölüm Anabilim Dalı Deney Grubu Deney Sorumlusu Deney tarihi Teslim tarihi Raporu hazırlayan : Makine Mühendisliği : Termodinamik : : Prof. Dr. Abadulvahap Y Ğ T
AutoCAD 2D Tutorial Chapter 1 Introduction -1- AutoCAD 2D Tutorial 1.1 Launching AutoCAD 1. Choose Start from the Windows program manager. 2. Choose Programs, Autodesk ,AutoCAD 2004. 3. Click the AutoCAD 2004 for Windows icon. or 4. Choose the AutoCAD 2004 icon from the desktop. -2- AutoCAD 2D Tutorial 1.2 Text and Graphics Screens The graphics screen and the text screen are two different screens available in the drawing editor. 1. Press Function key F2 on the keyboard. TIPS: Be sure the Model Tab is highlighted at the bottom of the drawing window. “Layouts” will be covered in a later session. The Cursor must be in the drawing window in order to select objects. Maximize the AutoCAD windows to be full screen. This will make the drawings bigger and easier to read. Use ALT + TAB to move between Windows applications. -3- AutoCAD 2D Tutorial 1.3 Cursor Controls the size of the crosshair. The allowable range is from 1 to 100 percent of the total screen. At 100% the ends of the crosshair are never visible. When the size is decreased to 99% or below, the crosshairs have a finite size, and the crosshairs’ ends are visible when moved to the edge of the graphics area. The default size is 5%. 1. Choose Tools, Options… 2. Click the Display TAB. 3. Drag the slider bar in the lower left corner of the dialog to set the cursor size. -4- AutoCAD 2D Tutorial 1.4 Canceling a Command 1. TIP: Pressing Press the ESCAPE (ESC) key on the keyboard. ESC twice -5- clears nested commands.
AutoCAD Command Shortcuts IN THIS GUIDE This guide lists AutoCAD shortcuts in groups according to the command sequence. For example, all text relevant shortcuts are grouped together. Quick Link BLOCKS 5 COMMON COMMANDS 5 CONTROL KEYS 5 COORDINATE ENTRY 5 DIMENSIONING 5 DRAWING OBJECTS 5 EXTERNAL REFERENCE 5 FORMATTING 5 FUNCTION KEYS 5 INQUIRY 5 LAYERS 5 MODIFYING OBJECTS 5 OBJECT SELECTION 5 OBJECT SNAP 5 TEXT 5 3D 5 UCS 5 VIEWPORTS 5 Notes: 1. Generally a shortcut prefixed with ” -“ will suppress the associated dialogue from appearing. 2. Some of the following shortcuts only work with AutoCAD 2006. 3. Not all of the shortcuts listed work with AutoCAD LT. BLOCKS SHORTCUT COMMAND COMMENT ATT ATTDEF Opens attribute definition dialogue box ATTEDIT ATTEDIT Edit attribute values for a specific block B BLOCK Opens block dialogue box in order to make a block BATTMAN BATTMAN Opens block attribute manager BATTORDER BATTORDER Displays attribute order dialogue box BC BCLOSE Closes the block editor BCOUNT BCOUNT Counts the blocks in a drawing BE BEDIT Opens the edit block definition dialogue box EATTEXT EATTEXT Enhanced attribute extraction wizard to count blocks GATTE GATTE Global attribute edit of multiple blocks I INSERT Opens insert dialogue to insert a block -I INSERT Insert a block by name MINSERT MINSERT Insert block in rectangular array REFEDIT REFEDIT Edit a block reference in place REN RENAME Opens rename dialogue box to rename blocks, layers, etc W WBLOCK Write a block - for use in other drawings XLIST XLIST Lists type/block name/layer name/color/linetype of a nested object in a block or an xref Page 1 of 13 © 2007 H O MEM IC R O AutoCAD C ommand Shortcuts www.homemicro.co.uk C AD _003 TIPS 1. 2. 3. Create a new block on layer 0 so that the block will use the layer and properties of the current layer it is inserted on. Text can be set to colour white. Set ATTDIA to 1 to use dialog box with block attributes or 0 to use command line. AutoCAD 2006 allows you to change the insertion point on the fly. INSERT and select BASEPOINT. This allows you to pick anywhere in the drawing (and anywhere in the block you are inserting) as your new insertion point (basepoint). COMMON COMMANDS SHORTCUT COMMAND COMMENT A ARC Draw an arc AL ALIGN Align an object with another AP APPLOAD Opens application load dialogue box AR ARRAY Opens array dialogue box AUDIT AUDIT Audit drawing for errors AV DSVIEWER Opens ariel view of drawing B BLOCK Opens block dialogue box C CIRCLE Draw a circle CO COPY Copy an object CHA CHAMFER Chamfer between 2 non-parallel lines COL COLOR Opens select color dialogue box CUI Opens customise user interface dialogue D DIMSTYLE Opens dimstyle manager DC ADCENTER Opens designcenter DI DIST Check a distance ...
The IMSA CODE The Series Standing Supplementary Regulations Sanctioned by the International Motor Sports Association Draft Issue Date: 10 March, 2013 FOREWORD 2013 RULES of the Cooper Tires Prototype Lites Powered by Mazda We are pleased to provide you with the 2013 edition of the Rules of the Cooper Tires Prototype Lites Powered by Mazfa. MEMBERS AND PARTICIPANTS ARE REQUIRED TO REVIEW THESE RULES CAREFULLY. Please review the section in the Foreword of the IMSA CODE that indicates “How to Read the Rules.” Except for matters of grammar, non-regulatory sections or annual changes, changes to the IMSA text are indicated by a double line on the left hand side. Changes incorporated from the DRAFT version to the FINAL version are indicated by a unique double line as indicated on the left hand side. IMSA use electronic means as the primary method of distributing information and rules updates. Therefore participants are urged to regularly check the websites. IMSA = www.imsaracing.net For all participants, these Rules, all together, establish the foundation for the organization and conduct of all IMSA sanctioned Cooper Tires Prototype Lites Powered by Mazda events and take effect immediately upon publication. IMSA wishes all of you the best for a safe and successful season in 2013. Scot E. Elkins Chief Operating Officer
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