This book provides a systematic and comprehensive overview of knowledge graph, covering all aspects including the theoretical foundations, key techniques and methodologies, and various typical applications. Special focus is given to the practical methods for knowledge graph construction and management, especially methods for constructing knowledge graphs from texts and from Encyclopedia, and methods for knowledge fusion and reasoning. It can serve as reference book for researchers and students new to knowledge graph. From this book, the readers will learn how to construct large-scale knowledge graphs from different sources, how to manage multiple knowledge graphs and do reasoning with a knowledge graph. Some basic knowledge on discrete mathematics, probability and statistics, data structure, and databases is required to understand the book content well.
In this sequel to best-selling THE VISUAL MISCELLANEUM, author David McCandless reveals unexpected insights into how the world really works through stunning and unique visuals. McCandless creates displays of information that blend the facts with their connections, their context and relationships, making information meaningful, entertaining, and beautiful. KNOWLEDGE IS BEAUTIFUL will offer a deeper, wide-ranging look at the world and its history, with more connectivity between the pages. Consisting of 20% crowd-sourced material, this is a project which will truly push the boundaries of books, and provide knowledge about our world in a way never seen before.
Aiden Wilson Tozer (April 21, 1897 - May 12, 1963) was an American Christian pastor, preacher, author, magazine editor, and spiritual mentor. Tozer hailed from a tiny farming community in western La Jose, Pennsylvania. He converted to Christianity as a teenager, in Akron, Ohio; while on his way home from work at a tire company, he overheard a street preacher say, ´´If you don´t know how to be saved ... just call on God, saying, ´Lord, be merciful to me a sinner.´´´ Upon returning home, he climbed into the attic and heeded the preacher´s advice. In 1919, five years after his conversion and without formal theological training, Tozer accepted an offer to serve as pastor of his first church. That began 44 years of ministry, associated with the Christian and Missionary Alliance (C&MA), a Protestant Evangelical denomination, 33 served as a pastor in a number of churches. His first pastorate was in a small storefront church in Nutter Fort, West Virginia. Tozer also served as pastor for 30 years at Southside Alliance Church, in Chicago (1928 to 1959), and the final years of his life were spent as pastor of Avenue Road Church, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. In observing contemporary Christian living, he felt the church was on a dangerous course toward compromising with ´´worldly´´ concerns. Born into poverty, Tozer was self-educated, due to his home situation, and he taught himself what he missed in high school and college. In 1950, Tozer received an honorary Doctor of Letters degree from Wheaton College. In May 1950, Tozer was elected editor of the Alliance Weekly magazine, now called Alliance Life, the official publication of the C&MA. From his first editorial, titled Quality vs Quantity dated June 3, 1950, he wrote, ´´It will cost something to walk slow in the parade of the ages, while excited men of time rush about confusing motion with progress. But it will pay in the long run and the true Christian is not much interested in anything short of that.´´ In 1952, he received an honorary LL.D. degree from Houghton College. Among the more than 60 books that bear his name, most of which were compiled after his death from sermons he preached and articles he wrote, at least two are regarded as Christian classics: The Pursuit of God and The Knowledge of the Holy. Many of his books impress on the reader the possibility and necessity for a deeper relationship with God. (wikipedia.org)
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Don Miguel tells us that we are born in truth, but we grow up believing in lies mainly about ourselves. As children we listen to the voice of our integrity, which is rooted in truth. Once we learn to speak, we mainly hear the louder voice of knowledge, which is rooted in lies, and causes endless suffering. By following the guiding principles presented in this book, we can reclaim our integrity and recover inner peace. Then our life becomes an expression of our authentic self, just as it was before we learned to speak.
Dimensions of Knowledge: Facets for Knowledge Organization:Knowledge Organization Research Group School of Information Studies University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
The question of what defines the human, and of what is human about the humanities, have been shaken up by the radical critiques of humanism and the displacement of anthropomorphism that have gained currency in recent years, propelled in part by rapid advances in our knowledge of living systems and of their genetic and algorithmic codes coupled with the global expansion of a knowledge-intensive capitalism. In Posthuman Knowledge, Rosi Braidotti takes a closer look at the impact of these developments on three major areas: the constitution of our subjectivity, the general production of knowledge and the practice of the academic humanities. Drawing on feminist, postcolonial and anti-racist theory, she argues that the human was never a neutral category but one always linked to power and privilege. Hence we must move beyond the old dualities in which Man defined himself, beyond the sexualized and racialized others that were excluded from humanity. Posthuman knowledge, as Braidotti understands it, is not so much an alternative form of knowledge as a critical call: a call to build a multi-layered and multi-directional project that displaces anthropocentrism while pursuing the analysis of the discriminatory and violent aspects of human activity and interaction wherever they occur. Situated between the exhilaration of scientific and technological advances on the one hand and the threat of climate change devastation on the other, the posthuman convergence encourages us to think hard and creatively about what we are in the process of becoming.