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Despite his concern that Viggers, as a disgruntled employee, might commit some act for which ALPAC may be held liable, Pacha waited 20 days after receiving the second email before requesting a meeting with university employees to discuss Viggers.
"ALPAC: the (in)famous report," MT News International Vol.
The Ada Linares Performing Arts Center (ALPAC) now graces the University Lakes area of Miami, Florida, at 12796 SW 8th Street.
En 1964 se forma el comite ALPAC que en 1966 realiza un informe a favor de la traduccion humana.
The new, Japanese-owned(4) Alberta-Pacific plant near Athabasca (the Alpac mill(5)) is the world's largest single-line bleached kraft pulp mill.
Representing research centres across Canada, and joined by Alberta government scientists, these fisheries specialists, water quality experts, pulp-mill pollution control technicians, biologists, chemists, engineers, computer simulation programmers, and science bureaucrats tore into Alberta-Pacific (Alpac) studies predicting environmental impacts.
Thirdly, evaluation acquired a bad name as a result of the Automatic Language Processing Advisory Committee's (ALPAC) evaluation of machine translation in the mid-1960s.
Since this was thought to have been a local issue, publicity was handled by Alpac Corp., the local bottler.
Alan Eskovitz, Owner (248) 486-9571 27566 Grandon Livonia, MI 48150-4163 Alpac. Inc Information-Technology, Services & Empl: 5 Consultants (734) 623-2866 Mr.
The book Winning Back the Words, by Mary Richardson, Joan Sherman and Michael Gismondi, tells an instructive story of a group of citizens in northern Alberta who challenged the expert environmental claims made on behalf of the proposed Alberta-Pacific (Alpac) bleached kraft pulp mill.