Two of them are nominated by the Ministry of Education (MIUR): the National Evaluation Committee for the University System (CNVSU) and the National Committee for Evaluation of Research (CIVR
) In the 1590 edition, to which is appended Sackville and Norton's Gorboduc, a warning to England is included that states the text's relevance for Elizabethans in clear terms: 'England take hede, such a chance to thee may come: Foelix quem faciunt aliena pericula cautum [Happy is he who can learn prudence from the dangers of others].' (32) In the final envoi Lydgate links the division of a kingdom to the discussions of tyranny when he mentions covetousness and ambition, in the context of the fall of the Roman Republic.
2005--International Conference on Image and Video Retrieval, Springer: LNCS 3569, pp 11-17.
A hybrid CTI application called CIVR
(computer and interactive voice response) prompts the customer for specific information before the operator receives the call.
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Zisserman, "Scalable near identical image and shot detection," in Proceedings of the 6th ACM International Conference on Image and Video Retrieval (CIVR
Christodoulakis, "Interoperability support for Ontology-based Video Retrieval Applications", in the Proceedings of CIVR
2004, Dublin/Ireland, July 2004