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|Kathryn Troutman||JIST Publishing||ePub|
What are the top 6 to 10 keywords for the federal position you seek?
Federal resume writers, Resumix resume writers, and private-industry writers all know that the keywords and skills included for a certain job are critical for the resume’s success. They are especially critical to busy federal human resources specialists who have hundreds of resumes to review from USAJOBS.gov.
The Department of Defense automated resume system is called Resumix™, and it is known as a keyword system. The supervisor and HR specialist decide on five to eight keywords/skills that are most important for the position. They search the database of all of the candidates for resumes that contain all of the keywords. If the resume does not contain the keywords for the position, the resume might not be selected in the system. Therefore, the applicant will not be referred to a supervisor for consideration for an interview.
I asked professional indexer Pilar Wyman (www.wymanindexing.com) to do a keyword analysis for the Logistics Management Specialist position. She said the following about the keyword analysis and selection process:See more
|Domenico Di Ceglie||Karnac Books||ePub|
The Gender Identity Development Unit at the Portman Clinic, London
The Gender Identity Development Unit, at the Portman Clinic, provides a national specialist service within the Tavistock and Portman NHS Trust. The Trust is a national and international mental health training centre, providing training, clinical services, research, and organizational consultancy. The Unit is staffed by a multidisciplinary group of professionals, with contributions from child and adolescent psychiatry, psychotherapy, clinical psychology, social work, and paediatric endocrinology. It offers integrated, comprehensive, multi-disciplinary assessment and therapeutic programmes to children and adolescents up to the age of 18 years with gender identity problems and intersex disorders. It also offers counselling to children and families where a parent presents with a gender identity disorder, and it provides expert advice to the courts.
The Gender Identity Development Clinic was founded by Dr Domenico Di Ceglie in 1989 in the Department of Child Psychiatry at St George’s Hospital in London, following a regular workshop on gender identity problems that had been held at the Croydon Child and Family Psychiatric Clinic from 1986 until the St George’s clinic opened. The service transferred to the Tavistock and Portman NHS Trust in January 1996. The number of referrals has continually increased since the formation of the service, and to date the service has seen about 150 children and adolescents.See more
|Kurt Demaagd||O'Reilly Media||ePub|
The previous chapters have provided a broad overview of working with the SimpleCV framework, including how to capture images and display them. Now it is time to start diving into the full breadth of the framework, beginning with a deeper look at images, color, drawing, and an introduction to feature detection. This chapter will drill down to the level of working with individual pixels, and then move up to the higher level of basic image manipulation. Not surprisingly, images are the central object of any vision system. They contain all of the raw material that is then later segmented, extracted, processed, and analyzed. In order to understand how to extract information from images, it is first important to understand the components of a computerized image. In particular, this chapter emphasizes:
Working with pixels, which are the basic building blocks of images
Scaling and cropping images to get them to a manageable size
Rotating and warping images to fit them into their final destinationSee more
|John Viega||O'Reilly Media||ePub|
In the previous chapter, we looked at the most fundamental part of OpenSSL's cryptography library, symmetric ciphers. In this chapter, we look at the API for cryptographic hashing algorithms, also commonly called message digest algorithms or cryptographic one-way hash functions. Additionally, we will examine OpenSSL's interface to message authentication codes (MACs), also known as keyed hashes.
We introduced the basic concepts behind cryptographic hashes and MACs in Chapter 1. Here, we describe the fundamental properties of these cryptographic primitives that you should understand before integrating them into your applications. As mentioned in Chapter 6, we provide only the minimum background information that you need to understand as a developer. If you need more background, or would like to see under the hood of any of the algorithms we discuss, refer to a general-purpose cryptography reference, such as Bruce Schneier's Applied Cryptography.
Cryptographic one-way hashes take arbitrary binary data as an input and produce a fixed-size binary string as an output, called the hash value or the message digest. Passing the same message through a single hash function always yields the same result. There are several important properties exhibited by cryptographic message digests. First, the digest value should contain no information that could be used to determine the original input. For that to be true, a one-bit change in the input data should change many bits in the digest value (on average, half). Second, it should be extremely difficult to construct a second message that yields the same resulting hash value. Third, it should also be difficult to find any two messages that yield the same hash value.See more
|Hamid R. Arabnia, Leonidas Deligiannidis, George Jandieri, Ashu M. G. Solo, Fernando G. Tinetti||CSREA Press|
Int'l Conf. Software Eng. Research and Practice | SERP'14 |
Towards a Formal Framework for Hybrid
Analysis of Composite Web Services
Computer Science Department /DIRO
Fahad Bin Sultan University /Université de Montréal
Tabuk, Saudi Arabia /Montreal, QC firstname.lastname@example.org
Electrical Engineering Department
Fahad Bin Sultan University
Tabuk, KSA email@example.com
Abstract— In this work, we propose to develop an integrated formal framework where both static and dynamic analysis techniques complement each other in enhancing the verification process of an existing web services based application. The proposed framework consists of the following main components. The first component is a Library of Property Patterns which we intend to build on existing work [2, 14] and compile a library and a classification of web services properties
(patterns and antipatterns ). These would include
BPEL4WS and WISCI requirements in the form of property patterns which can be instantiated in different contexts and for different purposes like verifying correctness, security, and performance related issues. The property library will be based on an easy to use template that depicts mainly the type, formal model, and example of a property. The second component is the development ofSee more
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