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Charles Babbage Institute

The Charles Babbage Institute is a research center at the University of Minnesota specializing in the history of information technology the history of digital computing, programming/software, computer networking since 1935. The institute is named for Charles Babbage, the nineteenth-century English inventor of the programmable computer; the Institute is located in Elmer L. Andersen Library at the University of Minnesota Libraries in Minneapolis, Minnesota. In addition to holding important historical archives, in paper and electronic form, its staff of historians and archivists conduct and publish historical and archival research that promotes the study of the history of information technology internationally. CBI encourages research in the area and related topics, it serves as an international clearinghouse of resources for the history of information technology. Valuable for researchers are its extensive collection of oral history interviews, more than 400 in total. Oral histories with important early figures in the field have been conducted by CBI staff and collaborating colleagues.

Owing to the poorly documented state of many early computer developments, these oral histories are immensely valuable documents. One author called the set of CBI oral histories "a priceless resource for any historian of computing." Most of CBI's oral histories are available online. The archival collection contains manuscripts, it is now a center at the University of Minnesota, is located on its Twin Cities, Minneapolis campus, where it is housed in the Elmer L. Andersen Library on the West Bank; the CBI has collections of archival papers and oral histories from many notable figures in computing including: CBI was founded in 1978 by Erwin Tomash and associates as the International Charles Babbage Society, operated in Palo Alto, California. In 1979, the American Federation of Information Processing Societies became a principal sponsor of the Society, renamed the Charles Babbage Institute. In 1980, the Institute moved to the University of Minnesota, which contracted with the principals of the Charles Babbage Institute to sponsor and house the Institute.

In 1989, CBI became an organized research unit of the University. Official website

Lake Mary Chamber of Commerce Building

The Lake Mary Chamber of Commerce Building is a historic site in Lake Mary, United States. It is located at 158 North Country Club Road. On February 11, 2004, it was added to the U. S. National Register of Historic Places; the building was built in 1926 by Frank Evans as a community center and offices for the Lake Mary of Chamber of Commerce. The building was used as the City Hall when the city was incorporated in 1973 until 1990 when the current City Hall was completed; the building functions as the Lake Mary Historical Museum. The museum began in 1994 in a small room at the back of the building while the rest of the building was used as a gathering place for the city's seniors The museum now occupies the entire building and includes changing exhibits about local history, art and trains. Seminole County listings at National Register of Historic Places* Lake Mary Historical Museum - official site

Tetsuji Tamayama

Tetsuji Tamayama is a Japanese TV and film actor. He was born to Korean father, he was active in Checkmate and other fashion magazines. In 2001, Tamayama debuted in Hyakujuu Sentai Gaoranger as GaoSilver, he continued to star in more movies and TV dramas such as Casshern, Tokyo Love Cinema, Rockers. Hyakujuu Sentai Gaoranger Hi no Yama Hoeru Koi ni Utaeba Samurai Girl 21 Rockers Koibumi Hiyori~Ikarusu no Koibito Tachi Tengoku no Honya: Koibi Casshern Eiko Pray Nana Gyakkyou nine Presents: Aikagi Nana 2 Tegami Check It Out, Yo! Kamyu Nante Shiranai cameo Giniro no Season Freesia Team Batista no Eikou Kafuu wo Machiwabite / Waiting for Good News The Triumphant General Rouge Goemon Hagetaka: The Movie The Glorious Team Batista 2 / General Rouge no Gaisen Shikeidai no Elevator Norwegian Wood / Norway no Mori Hankyū Densha as Ryuta Girl In The Sunny Place as Haruki Shindo Lupin III as Daisuke Jigen Ajin as Yū Tosaki Utsukushii Hito in episode 5 Tengoku no Kiss Naomi in episode 9 Summer Snow in episodes 6 & 7 Hyakujuu Sentai Gaoranger Bara no Jujika Mayonaka wa Betsu no Kao Hakoiri Musume Message Tokyo Love Cinema Kotaba ga Uragitte Iku Kimi ga Omoide ni Naru Mae ni Nouka no Yome ni Naritai Rikon Bengoshi Division 1 Stage 5 "2H" Brother Beat Hiroshima Showa 20 nen 8 Gatsu Muika Rikon Bengoshi 2 Bokutachi no Sensou Dare Yorimo Mama wo Ai su Zutto Ai Takatta Ushi ni Negai wo: Love & Farm Mayonaka no March Bara no nai Hanaya Wild Life Prisoner Boushi - Tenchijin, Uesugi Kagetora BOSS Sunao ni Narenakute Wagaya no Rekishi BOSS 2 Shiawase ni Narou yo Samurai Gourmet Jimmy, Sanma Akashiya Segodon, Kido Takayoshi Bakabon no Papa yori Baka na Papa, Fujio Akatsuka The Naked Director Meiji Chocolate P&G ECC Shonen Kagome Glico ZACS Santen FX Eye drops Suntory Acecook Noodle Truth, starring Yuna Ito as Reira from Trapnest, Tetsuji as Takumi the bassist Endless Story, starring Yuna Ito as Reira from Trapnest, Tetsuji as Takumi the bassist Official website Tetsuji Tamayama on IMDb

Pribislav of Serbia

Pribislav was Prince of the Serbs for a year, in 891–892, before being deposed by his cousin Petar. He was the eldest son of Mutimir of the Vlastimirović dynasty, who ruled during the expanding and Christianization of Serbia, his father had with his brothers Strojimir and Gojnik, defeated the Bulgar Army sent by Tsar Boris I of Bulgaria and led by his son Vladimir. Vladimir was captured together with 12 boyars. Boris I and Mutimir agreed on peace, Mutimir sent his sons Bran and Stefan beyond the border to escort the prisoners, where they exchanged items as a sign of peace, Boris himself gave them "rich gifts", while he was given "two slaves, two falcons, two dogs, eighty furs". In the 880s, Mutimir seized the throne, exiling his younger brothers and Klonimir, Strojimir's son to the Bulgar Khanate; this was most due to treachery. Petar, the son of Gojnik, was kept at the Serbian court of Mutimir for political reasons, but he soon fled to Branimir of Croatia. Mutimir died in 891, leaving the throne to his eldest son, Pribislav.

Pribislav only ruled for a year when Petar returned in 892, defeating him in battle and seizing the throne, Pribislav fled to Croatia with his brothers Bran and Stefan. Bran returned and led an unsuccessful rebellion against Petar in 894. Bran was defeated and blinded His only son, had the goals to one day rule Serbia, but remained in Constantinople for a long period before seizing the throne with Byzantine aid, ruling Serbia 920–924; the Pribislav mentioned in the Gospel of Cividale, is most referring to Pribislav

Eternal Conflict (film)

Eternal Conflict is a 1948 French drama film directed by Georges Lampin and starring Annabella, Fernand Ledoux and Michel Auclair. The film's sets were designed by the art director Léon Barsacq. A disillusioned teacher gives up his job and joins a circus, where he befriends a beautiful acrobat with a complex love life. Fernand Ledoux as Le professeur Janvier Annabella as Florence dite Lili Michel Auclair as Mario Louis Salou as Chardeuil Line Noro as Germaine - femme de Janvier Mary Morgan as Mme Chardeuil Jeannette Batti as Janette Jeanne Lion as Mémé Colette Ripert as Mlle Chardeuil Monique Arthur as La bonne Gaston Modot as Le bonimenteur Roland Armontel as Robert Ariani Marcel André as Le proviseur Guy Favières as L'inspecteur Marcel Melrac as Un garçon de piste Paul Delon as Le directeur Philippe Lemaire as Chardeuil fils Julien Maffre as Un garçon de piste Albert Malbert as Le patron du café Jonathan Driskell; the French Screen Goddess: Film Stardom and the Modern Woman in 1930s France.

I. B. Tauris, 2015. Eternal Conflict on IMDb

Weak entity

In a relational database, a weak entity is an entity that cannot be uniquely identified by its attributes alone. The foreign key is a primary key of an entity it is related to. In entity relationship diagrams, a weak entity set is indicated by a bold rectangle connected by a bold type arrow to a bold diamond; this type of relationship is called an identifying relationship and in IDEF1X notation it is represented by an oval entity rather than a square entity for base tables. An identifying relationship is one where the primary key is populated to the child weak entity as a primary key in that entity. In general a weak entity does not have any items in its primary key other than its inherited primary key and a sequence number. There are two types of weak entities: subtype entities; the latter represents a crucial type of normalization, where the super-type entity inherits its attributes to subtype entities based on the value of the discriminator. In IDEF1X, a government standard for capturing requirements, possible sub-type relationships are: Complete subtype relationship, when all categories are known.

Incomplete subtype relationship. A classic example of a weak entity without a sub-type relationship would be the "header/detail' records in many real world situations such as claims and invoices, where the header captures information common across all forms and the detail captures information specific to individual items; the standard example of a complete subtype relationship is the party entity. Given the discriminator PARTY TYPE the two subtype entities are PERSON, which contains individual-specific information such as first and last name and date of birth, ORGANIZATION, which would contain such attributes as the legal name, organizational hierarchies such as cost centers; when sub-type relationships are rendered in a database, the super-type becomes what is referred to as a base table. The sub-types are considered derived tables. Referential integrity is enforced via cascading deletes. Consider a database that records customer orders, where an order is for one or more of the items that the enterprise sells.

The database would contain a table identifying customers by a customer number. One of the tables could be called Orders and it would have an order number to identify this order uniquely, would contain a customer number to identify who the products are being sold to, plus other information such as the date and time when the order was placed, how it will be paid for, where it is to be shipped to, so on; the other table could be called OrderItem. There may be zero, one or many OrderItem entries corresponding to an Order entry, but no OrderItem entry can exist unless the corresponding Order entry exists; the OrderItem table stores weak entities because an OrderItem has no meaning independent of the Order. Some might argue; this information might be of some use on its own. For example, as soon as you want to find seasonal or geographical trends in the sales of the item, you need information from the related Order record. An order would not exist without a product and a person to create the order, so it could be argued that an order would be described as a weak entity and that products ordered would be a multivalue attribute of the order.

Elmasri, R & Navathe, S. B. Pearson, Fundamentals of Database Systems 7th Ed. Associative entity