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ERIC ALLMAN
PRINCETON
PHD
JOHN LOCKE
BERKELEY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
UC BERKELEY CAMPUS
DOWNTOWN BERKELEY STATION
GEOFFREY NUNBERG
LENNOX BERKELEY
BERKELEY CASTLE
LAWRENCE BERKELEY NATIONAL LABORATORY
BUSBY BERKELEY
FREE
SYSTEMS
PRODUCT
CHAIR
MATCH
HISTORIAN
UNIVERSITY PROFESSOR
DIRECTOR
UNITED STATES
GRADUATION
BRITISH COLUMBIA
VIRGINIA
CHAPTER
CHARTERED
ISOTOPE
DENYING
ELDEST SON
LOS ALAMOS
WWW
ORG
AUTHOR
NATIONALLY
PSYCHOLOGY
ANTHROPOLOGY
BIOGRAPHIES
ASTRONOMY
ENGINEERING
TRACEROUTE
IMPLEMENTATION
NETWORK
DNS
SUPERVISION
ABBREVIATED
VERSION
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Berkeley"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. Berkeley was an idealist and expanded upon the work of John Locke.
  2. Berkeley was a man of charming manners, proverbially polite, and he delighted the Virginians, who had a weakness for courtliness. (Web site)
  3. Berkeley is distributing GNU Emacs with the 4.3 BSD distribution, and numerous companies distribute it also. (Web site)
  4. Berkeley is distributing GNU Emacs with the 4.3 distribution, and DEC is going to distribute it with Unix systems on Vaxes. (Web site)
  5. Berkeley is distributing GNU Emacs with the 4.3 distribution, and several computer manufacturers are distributing it with Unix systems. (Web site)

Eric Allman

  1. Allman style — Named for Eric Allman, a Berkeley hacker who wrote a lot of the BSD utilities in it (it is sometimes called BSD style). (Web site)

Princeton

  1. The answer: One major study and a book by economists David Card, now at the University of California, Berkeley, and Alan Krueger of Princeton. (Web site)
  2. Initially he funded Fermi's pile at Columbia and the theoretical work of Eugene Wigner at Princeton and J. Robert Oppenheimer at Berkeley.

Phd

  1. He obtained his PhD on normal numbers from University of California, Berkeley in 1949, where his adviser was Derrick Henry Lehmer. (Web site)

John Locke

  1. David Hume, following John Locke (and Berkeley), who followed Hobbes, emphasized the importance of associative thinking. (Web site)

Berkeley Symphony Orchestra

  1. Born in California, he maintains close connections with his home state and has been Music Director of the Berkeley Symphony Orchestra since 1978.

Uc Berkeley Campus

  1. Room 307 of Gilman Hall on the UC Berkeley campus, where Seaborg did his work, has since been declared a U.S. National Historic Landmark. (Web site)

Downtown Berkeley Station

  1. Get off at the Downtown Berkeley station for all anime related locations in Berkeley.
  2. The closest BART station to campus is the Downtown Berkeley station.

Geoffrey Nunberg

  1. Geoffrey Nunberg is a linguist at the University of California, Berkeley. (Web site)
  2. Geoffrey Nunberg, a linguist at UC Berkeley, sent some examples in Italian (along with a caution from an Italian linguist who calls the usage illogical).

Lennox Berkeley

  1. He studied composition at the University of Durham and in London with Lennox Berkeley and Humphrey Searle.

Berkeley Castle

  1. Berkeley Castle (historically sometimes spelt Berkley Castle) is a castle in the town of Berkeley, Gloucestershire, UK (grid reference ST685989).

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

  1. The first aqueous-phase studies of lawrencium were reported in 1970 by a nuclear-physics team at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in California. (Web site)
  2. Bro is a realtime IDS devised and developed by Vern Paxson and other experts at the Network Research Group of the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
  3. This is the promise of the Molecular Foundry that was officially dedicated at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) on March 24, 2006. (Web site)

Busby Berkeley

  1. The music video for the Take That single, "Shine" was inspired by the work of Busby Berkeley. (Web site)
  2. The songs in Gold Diggers of 1935 were written by Harry Warren (music) and Al Dubin (lyrics), and the two production numbers were staged by Busby Berkeley.
  3. The Professor of the class on American film focused on Busby Berkeley many times and even devoted a whole class just to his musical numbers. (Web site)

Free

  1. The BSD system was developed by UC Berkeley as non-free software in the 80s, and became free in the early 90s.

Systems

  1. The user-contributed software with Berkeley 4.3 contains a "distributed shell" that will distribute tasks among a set of systems, depending upon load. (Web site)
  2. Systems based on this and later BSD (Berkeley Software Distribution) releases provided a multi-vendor networking capability based on Ethernet networking.
  3. Berkeley DB is used by many applications, including Python and Perl, so this should be installed on all systems.

Product

  1. This product includes software developed by the University of California, Berkeley and its contributors.
  2. It is also worth noting that Berkeley DB XML users essentially get Berkeley DB "for free" with the product. (Web site)

Chair

  1. Geoffrey Nunberg, chair of the American Heritage Dictionary usage panel and a professor at the UC Berkeley School of Information.

Match

  1. For example, berkeley.edu, Berkeley.EDU, and BERKELEY.EDU all match the entry for berkeley.edu. (Web site)
  2. Acers' career highlight (and most memorable game) was his drawn match with six time U.S. Champion Grandmaster Walter Browne (Berkeley in 1970). (Web site)

Historian

  1. Daniel Berkeley Updike (14 February 1860 — 29 December 1941) was an American printer and historian of typography.

University Professor

  1. Following his service as Chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission, Seaborg returned to UC Berkeley where he was awarded the position of University Professor. (Web site)

Director

  1. From 1939 to 1942, Simon acted as director of a research group at the University of California, Berkeley. (Web site)
  2. At Berkeley, he founded the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute (MSRI) in 1981 and acted as the director until 1984.
  3. She is the Director of the BACH (Berkeley Archaeologists at Çatalhöyük). (Web site)

United States

  1. Crimpshrine was a punk rock band from Berkeley, California, United States.

Graduation

  1. He received a commission in the U.S. Army upon graduation from Berkeley and served in South Korea and in NORAD on the continent.
  2. After graduation from UC Berkeley, Greg moved to Japan with a UCB inspired jazz-fusion band, Taikun. (Web site)

British Columbia

  1. Jennifer Granholm was born in Vancouver, British Columbia, and is an honors graduate of both the University of California at Berkeley and Harvard Law School.

Virginia

  1. Merrill Peterson studied at the University of Virginia and U.C. Berkeley and with masters from the Sakya, Gelug, and Nyingma traditions.
  2. In the 1670s, the governor of Virginia was Sir William Berkeley, a scholar and playwright, serving his second term in that office.
  3. Jacob Hite was one of the wealthiest men in Berkeley County, Virginia.

Chapter

  1. The Berkeley chapter was organized by Stanford graduate Harris C. Allen (1876–1960), who in 1898 was taking a special course in Berkeley. (Web site)
  2. It was the first bicoastal fraternity with its chapter at the University of California, Berkeley in 1870.

Chartered

  1. A significant step was taken in 1923 when the Phi Rho Chapter at Berkeley was chartered.
  2. The city of Martinsburg in Berkeley County, West Virginia was named for Martin by his long-time friend, General Adam Stephen when it was chartered in 1778.

Isotope

  1. In 1968, Thiorso and associates at Berkeley used a few atoms of this isotope to study the oxidation behavior of lawrencium. (Web site)
  2. In 1968, Ghiorso and associates at Berkeley were able to use a few atoms of this isotope to study the oxidation behavior of lawrencium.
  3. The isotope of element 118 with mass number 293 identified at Berkeley Lab contains 118 protons and 175 neutrons in its nucleus. (Web site)

Denying

  1. Berkeley had begun by denying the existence of material substance, which he reduced merely to a series of impressions in the sentient mind. (Web site)
  2. He went as far as, if not farther than, Berkeley and Fichte, in Idealism, denying the existence of things outside of human ken. (Web site)

Eldest Son

  1. Michael Berkeley was born in 1948, the eldest son of the composer Sir Lennox Berkeley. (Web site)

Los Alamos

  1. Los Alamos One of Oppenheimer's first acts was to host a summer school for bomb theory at his building in Berkeley. (Web site)

Www

  1. Berkeley Castle, London is on the market with Quintessentially Estates (0845 224 3658; www.quintessentiallyestates.com). (Web site)

Org

  1. Debra Fischer can be reached at fischer@astro.berkeley.edu or (415) 643-8973, and Steven Vogt at vogt@ucolick.org.

Author

  1. Jessica Prentice is a professional chef, author, and founding member of Three Stone Hearth, a Community Supported Kitchen in Berkeley, California.

Nationally

  1. In 1962 he was selected nationally to play in the historic Pablo Casals Master Class in Berkeley, California. (Web site)
  2. In particular, the athletic programs of UC Berkeley, USC, UCLA, Stanford and Fresno State are often nationally ranked in the various collegiate sports. (Web site)

Psychology

  1. Eleanor Rosch is a professor of psychology at The University of California, Berkeley. (Web site)
  2. UC Berkeley: Psychology - Subdisciplines of the department include behavioral neuroscience, cognitive psychology, and developmental psychology.

Anthropology

  1. You be the one to discover and explore the Kurdish language," Chyet said he was told by Alan Dundes, a professor of anthropology and folklore at Berkeley. (Web site)

Biographies

  1. Please submit sites dealing with the life or music of Lennox Berkeley, including biographies, discographies, analyses of compositions, or bibliographies.
  2. Please submit sites dealing with the life or music of Michael Berkeley, including biographies, discographies, analyses of compositions, or bibliographies.

Astronomy

  1. Geoffrey Marcy is the director of the Center for Integrative Planetary Science and a professor of astronomy at the University of California, Berkeley.
  2. Blitz, Levine and Heiles, UC Berkeley professor of astronomy, took these data and produced a new, detailed map of the neutral atomic hydrogen in the galaxy. (Web site)

Engineering

  1. Berkeley Systems claimed the flying toasters came from the brain of Jack Eastman (VP of engineering).

Traceroute

  1. Profuse thanks to Gordon Chaffee <chaffee@cs.berkeley.edu for coding and sharing a patch to traceroute that allows tracing GRE traffic. (Web site)

Implementation

  1. An implementation of RPC was posted to Usenet by Sun, and also appears as part of the user-contributed software with Berkeley 4.3.) - name servers. (Web site)
  2. Mac OS X is based on the Mach kernel and is derived from the Berkeley Software Distribution (BSD) implementation of Unix in Nextstep.
  3. All modern operating systems now have some implementation of the Berkeley socket interface, as it is necessary for connecting to the internet.

Network

  1. RIP Routing Information Protocol used by Berkeley UNIX systems to exchange routing information among a set of computers attached to a network. (Web site)

Dns

  1. Implementation of a DNS server originally developed and distributed by UC Berkeley. (Web site)
  2. BIND BIND stands for Berkeley Internet Name Domain and is an implementation of DNS. DNS is used for domain name to IP address resolution.

Supervision

  1. In 1940 he received the Ph.D. in theoretical physics from the University of California at Berkeley, under the supervision of J. Robert Oppenheimer. (Web site)
  2. At the age of 22, Yau was awarded the Ph.D. degree under the supervision of Shiing-Shen Chern at Berkeley in two years. (Web site)

Abbreviated

  1. Dance Hall Crashers (often abbreviated to " DHC ") is a ska punk band from Berkeley, California, that formed in 1989. (Web site)

Version

  1. The version at berkeley is a release of Expect for Windows NT, which includes patches to Tcl to allow fileevent to work for pipes and serial ports. (Web site)
  2. Please refer to the DNS-HOWTO and to any documents included in your version of BIND (Berkeley Internet Name Domain). (Web site)
  3. Tcsh is an enhanced, but completely compatible version of the Berkeley UNIX C shell (csh).

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