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An occurrence is explained by being related to prior events through known laws. Other intellectual activities may also constitute explanation - but this much certainly does. Ideally, an explained occurrence (0) could have been predicted in a connected way - by extrapolation from prior events (e) via the same laws (L). Schematically, 1 Explanation: 0 -Lt, 2, 3-(e e e )'-AI t 2 3 01 Prediction: (e e e )I-L , 2, 3_ +.11 t 2 3 t Thus Mars' backward loop in late summer, 1956, is explained by showing how this follows from (e ) its mean distance from sun and earth, (e ) its t 2 mean period of revolution, (e ) its past positions relative to earth, etc. 3 - by way of the laws of Celestial Mechanics (including (Lt) Kepler's Laws and Galileo's, (L2) Newton's, and (L3) those of Laplace and Lagrange. Moreover, this loop (0) could have been predicted from such events (e -e ) via the laws of Celestial Mechanics. t 3 This is an ideal situation. It crystallized late in the history of planetary theory. The Greeks found explanations for heavenly motions: the back ward loops were explained to their satisfaction. But they could not predict these motions, not in terms of Attic explanatory cosmologies.
We remark that for a long time the conjecture was known to be true only for some prime graphs of order at most 5. There exist 5-vertex graphs for which the conjecture is still open, however one of the corollaries of the results presented in the thesis states that all tournaments on at most 5 vertices satisfy the conjecture. In the first part of the thesis we will establish the conjecture for new infinite classes of tournaments containing infinitely many prime tournaments. We will first prove the conjecture for so-called constellations. It turns out that almost all tournaments on at most 5 vertices are either constellations or are obtained from constellations by substitutions. The only 5-vertex tournament for which this is not the case is a tournament in which every vertex has outdegree 2. We call this the tournament C_{5}. Another result of this thesis is the proof of the conjecture for this tournament. We also present here the structural characterization of the tournaments satisfying the conjecture in almost linear sense.
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**Author**: Norwood Russell Hanson

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*Moreover, this loop (0) could have been predicted from such events (e -e ) via the laws of Celestial Mechanics. t 3 This is an ideal situation. It crystallized late in the history of planetary theory.*

**Author**: N.R. Hanson

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*The only 5-vertex tournament for which this is not the case is a tournament in which every vertex has outdegree 2. We call this the tournament C_{5}. Another result of this thesis is the proof of the conjecture for this tournament.*

**Author**: Krzysztof Choromanski

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*In a discussion of a cluster of conjectures as a whole , attention will be
concentrated on the valuation - extremes , while the intermediate ... It will result in
pairs of focus values ; one pair for each action , i . e . constellation of conjectures .*

**Author**: Emiel F. M. Wubben

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**ISBN:** UOM:39015033963227

**Category:** Decision-making

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*This is called “consciousness”. 4) Fourth order information : organisation of a
sequence of “states of consciousness” into a single “experiential episode.”
merging sequential *

**Author**: Leo Apostel

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**Category:** Observation (Psychology)

**Page:** 392

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**Author**: Richard Turner

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**ISBN:** OCLC:508834364

**Category:** Astronomy

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*... whereby to foresee make out any difference in the position of the things to
come , but that men's conjectures were stars ... a noble family in its own city , high
called constellations , I thought on certain af birth , good education , liberal
learning ...*

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**Author**: Richard Turner

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**ISBN:** OCLC:508723870

**Category:** Astronomy

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*However , we conjecture that our RLCP - A is still optimal over QAM , or , PAM
when 2N + 1 is a prime . We formulate ... a prime number . Table 4.5 : Coding
Gains for normalized Constellations for N 4.1 Construction Based on Algebraic
Tools 49.*

**Author**: Yan Xin

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**ISBN:** MINN:31951P008318848

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*... Soda Kesil , Orion ; and roy Kimah , the Pleiades ; may be seen everywhere :
but that they do signify these constellations is perfectly uncertain . We have only
conjectures concerning their meaning ; and on such conjectures no system can
be ...*

**Author**: Adam Clarke

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**Category:** Bible

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*pointed out by Mr. Proctor are the stars B , y , d , e , & of the Great Bear , which
have a community of proper motions ... of the heavens a concurrence of proper
motions of quite a different direction , we shall then begin to form some
conjectures ...*

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**Category:** Science

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*Another group fell spontaneously into a discussion of the stars , included in which
were many questions and conjectures . This extended itself over several days ,
and served to stimulate an investigation which lasted for many weeks . How do ...*

**Author**: Park School, Inc. Baltimore

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**Category:** Education

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*Of course , they are also forced to reject explicitly some fantastic conjectures
made by earlier investigators . ... I once perceived unexpectedly the head of a
sheep in the well - detached group of relatively bright stars around a Aquarii .*

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**Category:** Astronomy

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*Another conjecture links quasars with galaxies as follows : within the small
spatial area of a quasar , stars are packed very closely together , and collisions
among individual stars occur frequently , thus contributing to the great luminosity
of the ...*

**Author**: Lloyd Motz

**Publisher:** Doubleday Books

**ISBN:** UOM:39015014335643

**Category:** Science

**Page:** 411

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**Author**: William Chambers

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**Category:** Encyclopedias and dictionaries

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*Willy Ley bases his Adventures in Space series upon facts , but there are many
conjectures in his books Space Pilots , Space Stations , and ... Zim's pocket guide
, Stars , provides concise information and maps of the constellations . 15 John ...*

**Author**: Charlotte S. Huck

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**ISBN:** UOM:39015008661129

**Category:** Children's literature

**Page:** 522

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*Our conjecture instead will be that Yr , v is a moduli space of stable constellations *

. DEFINITION 7.2.11 . Let G be a finite subgroup of GL ( V ) . A G - constellation is

a G - equivariant C [ V ] module that affords the regular representation of V. Let ...

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**Category:** Mathematics

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*... is considerably larger than the former , and affords a proof of the change in the
magnitude of the fixed stars ; as we can ... a few conjectures , leaving it to 8 This
remark refers to Bayer's custom of calling the brightest star in each constellation ...*

**Author**: Paul Willard Merrill

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**ISBN:** UCAL:$B111598

**Category:** Variable stars

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