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CIFER spotlights innovative initiatives that have made a significant impact and that represent a departure from traditional methods.
The opening chapters of this textbook present the frequency-response method for system identification and comprehensive identification from frequency response (CIFER) software package as developed at the Ames Research Center.
The first was the Centre integre deformation en environnement et recyclage d'ordinateurs (CIFER) (integrated environmental training and computer recycling center).
Bharat, "Cardwatch: A neural network based database mining system for credit card fraud detection" in Proceedings of the IEEE/IAFE1997 Computational Intelligence for Financial Engineering (CIFEr), 1997
Partners involved in the trip include, the Newcastle Council of Faiths, the Diocese of Newcastle's Committee for Inter Faith & Ethnic Relations (CIFER), the Newcastle Branch of the Council of Christian and Jews (CCJ), Newcastle City Council, Community Engagement & Empowerment Service and the Anne Frank Trust.
NEWCASTLE Civic Centre was a scene of multicultural debate during November, when it hosted 'Women, Culture and Religion', a conference organised by the Committee for Interfaith and Ethnic Relations (CIFER) of the Diocese of Newcastle.
Was it plain curiosity to see what the Task Group for Interfaith and Ethnic Relations (CIFER) work is about?
For a number of years CIFER, the Committee for Interfaith and Ethnic Relations, has sought to enable the diocese and its parishes to work together with people of other faith communities.