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Developing Enterprise Chatbots (eBook, PDF)
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A chatbot is expected to be capable of supporting a cohesive and coherent conversation and be knowledgeable, which makes it one of the most complex intelligent systems being designed nowadays. Designers have to learn to combine intuitive, explainable language understanding and reasoning approaches with high-performance statistical and deep learning technologies. Today, there are two popular paradigms for chatbot construction:1. Build a bot platform with universal NLP and ML capabilities so that a bot developer for a particular enterprise, not being an expert, can populate it with training data;2. Accumulate a huge set of training dialogue data, feed it to a deep learning network and expect the trained chatbot to automatically learn "how to chat". Although these two approaches are reported to imitate some intelligent dialogues, both of them are unsuitable for enterprise chatbots, being unreliable and too brittle.The latter approach is based on a belief that some learning miracle will happen and a chatbot will start functioning without a thorough feature and domain engineering by an expert and interpretable dialogue management algorithms.Enterprise high-performance chatbots with extensive domain knowledge require a mix of statistical, inductive, deep machine learning and learning from the web, syntactic, semantic and discourse NLP, ontology-based reasoning and a state machine to control a dialogue. This book will provide a comprehensive source of algorithms and architectures for building chatbots for various domains based on the recent trends in computational linguistics and machine learning. The foci of this book are applications of discourse analysis in text relevant assessment, dialogue management and content generation, which help to overcome the limitations of platform-based and data driven-based approaches.Supplementary material and code is available at https://github.com/bgalitsky/relevance-based-on-parse-trees

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Developing Enterprise Chatbots (eBook, PDF)
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A chatbot is expected to be capable of supporting a cohesive and coherent conversation and be knowledgeable, which makes it one of the most complex intelligent systems being designed nowadays. Designers have to learn to combine intuitive, explainable language understanding and reasoning approaches with high-performance statistical and deep learning technologies. Today, there are two popular paradigms for chatbot construction:1. Build a bot platform with universal NLP and ML capabilities so that a bot developer for a particular enterprise, not being an expert, can populate it with training data;2. Accumulate a huge set of training dialogue data, feed it to a deep learning network and expect the trained chatbot to automatically learn "how to chat". Although these two approaches are reported to imitate some intelligent dialogues, both of them are unsuitable for enterprise chatbots, being unreliable and too brittle.The latter approach is based on a belief that some learning miracle will happen and a chatbot will start functioning without a thorough feature and domain engineering by an expert and interpretable dialogue management algorithms.Enterprise high-performance chatbots with extensive domain knowledge require a mix of statistical, inductive, deep machine learning and learning from the web, syntactic, semantic and discourse NLP, ontology-based reasoning and a state machine to control a dialogue. This book will provide a comprehensive source of algorithms and architectures for building chatbots for various domains based on the recent trends in computational linguistics and machine learning. The foci of this book are applications of discourse analysis in text relevant assessment, dialogue management and content generation, which help to overcome the limitations of platform-based and data driven-based approaches.Supplementary material and code is available at https://github.com/bgalitsky/relevance-based-on-parse-trees

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VBScript, WMI, and ADSI Unleashed
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Don Jones brings experience from years of conferences, classes, online training, and ScriptingAnswers.com posts to make learning VBScript, WMI, and ADSI easier than ever. All-new sample scripts throughout the book are accompanied by Don's signature line-by-line explanations. New, expanded explanations target difficult-to-understand techniques and challenging technologies to make them more accessible. You'll also learn about scripting security, debugging techniques, script troubleshooting, HTML applications (HTAs), and more. If you want to become a more effective and efficient Windows administrator by learning to automate key administrative tasks, this is the book that will show you how. Product Description If you're a Windows administrator, scripting expertise can liberate you from boring, repetitive work-so you can take on the sophisticated, high-value projects you really want. Top scripting guru Don Jones has written the definitive administrator's guide to getting results with Microsoft's key scripting technologies: VBScript, WMI, and ADSI. Jones draws on his unsurpassed experience training Windows administrators in conferences, classes, and from his enormously popular site, ScriptingAnswers.com. You'll learn how to use VBScript, WMI, and ADSI to gain administrative control over nearly every aspect of every recent Windows server or client, including Windows Server 2003, Vista, XP, 2000, and NT. As you gain experience, Jones introduces more advanced techniques, ranging from modular scripting and script encryption to integrating VBScript with HTML code. Jones concludes with a full section of ready-to-run, real-world examples-from logon/logoff scripts to automated domain and network administration, from querying WMI to creating Active Directory groups. Every script is explained line-by-line, with challenging techniques described in even greater detail. Detailed information on how to. Decide what you can script: a framework for getting started fast Understand how scripts are designed, assembled, and run Master VBScript from start to finish: functions, I/O, data manipulation, program flow, and much more Use scripting objects for tasks ranging from retrieving network information to mapping drives Utilize FileSystemObject to manipulate the Windows filesystem Write ADSI scripts to manipulate any directory service your company uses, from Active Directory to Novell NDS Modify domain information, users, groups, and policies Query WMI information-from basic to advanced Plan for errors, and test and debug your scripts Build your own "resource kit" of reusable script components ON THE WEB: Download all examples and source code presented in this book from ScriptingAnswers.com, where you'll also be able to post follow-up questions directly to the author in a moderated, active community. Introduction 1 Part I: Introduction to Windows Administrative Scripting 11 Chapter 1: Scripting Concepts and Terminology 13 Chapter 2: Running Scripts 21 Chapter 3: The Components of a Script 39 Chapter 4: Designing a Script 55 Part II: VBScript Tutorial 73 Chapter 5: Functions, Objects, Variables, and More 75 Chapter 6: Input and Output 101 Chapter 7: Manipulating Numbers 115 Chapter 8: Manipulating Strings 129 Chapter 9: Manipulating Other Types of Data 145 Chapter 10: Controlling the Flow of Execution 155 Chapter 11: Built-In Scripting Objects 173 Chapter 12: Working with the File System 193 Chapter 13: Putting It All Together: Creating Your First Script from Scratch 219 Part III: Windows Management Instrumentation and Active Directory Services Interface 245 Chapter 14: Working with ADSI Providers 247 Chapter 15: Manipulating Domains 257 Chapter 16: Manipulating Users and Groups 271 Chapter 17: Understanding WMI 283 Chapter 18: Querying Basic WMI Information 299 Chapter 19: Querying Complex WMI Information 317 Chapter 20: Putting It All Together: Your First WMI/ADSI Script 335 Chapter 21: Testing and Debugging WMI and ADSI Queries 357 Part IV: Advanced Scripting Techniques 371 Chapter 22: Modular Script Programming 373 Chapter 23: Scripts Packaging and Protection 389 Chapter 24: Scripting Security 399 Chapter 25: Introduction to HTML Applications 409 Chapter 26: Debugging Tips, Tools, and Techniques 421 Part V: Ready-to-Run Examples 437 Chapter 27: Logon and Logoff Scripts 439 Chapter 28: Windows and Domain Administration Scripts 455 Chapter 29: Network Administration Scripts 481 Chapter 30: WMI and ADSI Scripts 497 Appendix 509 Index 523 . Backcover If you're a Windows administrator, scripting expertise can liberate you from boring, repetitive work-so you can take on the sophisticated, high-value projects you really want. Top scripting guru Don Jones has written the definitive administrator's guide to getting results with Microsoft's key scripting technologies: VBScript, WMI, and ADSI. Jones draws on his unsurpassed experience training Windows administrators in conferences, classes, and from his enormously popular site, ScriptingAnswers.com. You'll learn how to use VBScript, WMI, and ADSI to gain administrative control over nearly every aspect of every recent Windows server or client, including Windows Server 2003, Vista, XP, 2000, and NT. As you gain experience, Jones introduces more advanced techniques, ranging from modular scripting and script encryption to integrating VBScript with HTML code. Jones concludes with a full section of ready-to-run, real-world examples-from logon/logoff scripts to automated domain and network administration, from querying WMI to creating Active Directory groups. Every script is explained line-by-line, with challenging techniques described in even greater detail. Detailed information on how to. Decide what you can script: a framework for getting started fast Understand how scripts are designed, assembled, and run Master VBScript from start to finish: functions, I/O, data manipulation, program flow, and much more Use scripting objects for tasks ranging from retrieving network information to mapping drives Utilize FileSystemObject to manipulate the Windows filesystem Write ADSI scripts to manipulate any directory service your company uses, from Active Directory to Novell NDS Modify domain information, users, groups, and policies Query WMI information-from basic to advanced Plan for errors, and test and debug your scripts Build your own "resource kit" of reusable script components ON THE WEB: Download all examples and source code presented in this book from ScriptingAnswers.com, where you'll also be able to post follow-up questions directly to the author in a moderated, active community. Introduction 1 Part I: Introduction to Windows Administrative Scripting 11 Chapter 1: Scripting Concepts and Terminology 13 Chapter 2: Running Scripts 21 Chapter 3: The Components of a Script 39 Chapter 4: Designing a Script 55 Part II: VBScript Tutorial 73 Chapter 5: Functions, Objects, Variables, and More 75 Chapter 6: Input and Output 101 Chapter 7: Manipulating Numbers 115 Chapter 8: Manipulating Strings 129 Chapter 9: Manipulating Other Types of Data 145 Chapter 10: Controlling the Flow of Execution 155 Chapter 11: Built-In Scripting Objects 173 Chapter 12: Working with the File System 193 Chapter 13: Putting It All Together: Creating Your First Script from Scratch 219 Part III: Windows Management Instrumentation and Active Directory Services Interface 245 Chapter 14: Working with ADSI Providers 247 Chapter 15: Manipulating Domains 257 Chapter 16: Manipulating Users and Groups 271 Chapter 17: Understanding WMI 283 Chapter 18: Querying Basic WMI Information 299 Chapter 19: Querying Complex WMI Information 317 Chapter 20: Putting It All Together: Your First WMI/ADSI Script 335 Chapter 21: Testing and Debugging WMI and ADSI Queries 357 Part IV: Advanced Scripting Techniques 371 Chapter 22: Modular Script Programming 373 Chapter 23: Scripts Packaging and Protection 389 Chapter 24: Scripting Security 399 Chapter 25: Introduction to HTML Applications 409 Chapter 26: Debugging Tips, Tools, and Techniques 421 Part V: Ready-to-Run Examples 437 Chapter 27: Logon and Logoff Scripts 439 Chapter 28: Windows and Domain Administration Scripts 455 Chapter 29: Network Administration Scripts 481 Chapter 30: WMI and ADSI Scripts 497 Appendix 509 Index 523 . Introduction 1 Part I: Introduction to Windows Administrative Scripting 11 Chapter 1: Scripting Concepts and Terminology 13 Chapter 2: Running Scripts 21 Chapter 3: The Components of a Script 39 Chapter 4: Designing a Script 55 Part II: VBScript Tutorial 73 Chapter 5: Functions, Objects, Variables, and More 75 Chapter 6: Input and Output 101 Chapter 7: Manipulating Numbers 115 Chapter 8: Manipulating Strings 129 Chapter 9: Manipulating Other Types of Data 145 Chapter 10: Controlling the Flow of Execution 155 Chapter 11: Built-In Scripting Objects 173 Chapter 12: Working with the File System 193 Chapter 13: Putting It All Together: Creating Your First Script from Scratch 219 Part III: Windows Management Instrumentation and Active Directory Services Interface 245 Chapter 14: Working with ADSI Providers 247 Chapter 15: Manipulating Domains 257 Chapter 16: Manipulating Users and Groups 271 Chapter 17: Understanding WMI 283 Chapter 18: Querying Basic WMI Information 299 Chapter 19: Querying Complex WMI Information 317 Chapter 20: Putting It All Together: Your First WMI/ADSI Script 335 Chapter 21: Testing and Debugging WMI and ADSI Queries 357 Part IV: Advanced Scripting Techniques 371 Chapter 22: Modular Script Programming 373 Chapter 23: Scripts Packaging and Protection 389 Chapter 24: Scripting Security 399 Chapter 25: Introduction to HTML Applications 409 Chapter 26: Debugging Tips, Tools, and Techniques 421 Part V: Ready-to-Run Examples 437 Chapter 27: Logon and Logoff Scripts 439 Chapter 28: Windows and Domain Administration Scripts 455 Chapter 29: Network Administration Scripts 481 Chapter 30: WMI and ADSI Scripts 497 Appendix 509 Index 523If you're a Windows administrator, scripting expertise can liberate you from boring, repetitive work-so you can take on the sophisticated, high-value projects you really want. Top scripting guru Don Jones has written the definitive administrator's guide to getting results with Microsoft's key scripting technologies: VBScript, WMI, and ADSI. Jones draws on his unsurpassed experience training Windows administrators in conferences, classes, and from his enormously popular site, ScriptingAnswers.com. You'll learn how to use VBScript, WMI, and ADSI to gain administrative control over nearly every aspect of every recent Windows server or client, including Windows Server 2003, Vista, XP, 2000, and NT. As you gain experience, Jones introduces more advanced techniques, ranging from modular scripting and script encryption to integrating VBScript with HTML code. Jones concludes with a full section of ready-to-run, real-world examples-from logon/logoff scripts to automated domain and network administration, from querying WMI to creating Active Directory groups. Every script is explained line-by-line, with challenging techniques described in even greater detail. Detailed information on how to... Decide what you can script: a framework for getting started fast Understand how scripts are designed, assembled, and run Master VBScript from start to finish: functions, I/O, data manipulation, program flow, and much more Use scripting objects for tasks ranging from retrieving network information to mapping drives Utilize FileSystemObject to manipulate the Windows filesystem Write ADSI scripts to manipulate any directory service your company uses, from Active Directory to Novell NDS Modify domain information, users, groups, and policies Query WMI information-from basic to advanced Plan for errors, and test and debug your scripts Build your own "resource kit" of reusable script components ON THE WEB: Download all examples and source code presented in this book from ScriptingAnswers.com, where you'll also be able to post follow-up questions directly to the author in a moderated, active community. Introduction 1 Part I: Introduction to Windows Administrative Scripting 11 Chapter 1: Scripting Concepts and Terminology 13 Chapter 2: Running Scripts 21 Chapter 3: The Components of a Script 39 Chapter 4: Designing a Script 55 Part II: VBScript Tutorial 73 Chapter 5: Functions, Objects, Variables, and More 75 Chapter 6: Input and Output 101 Chapter 7: Manipulating Numbers 115 Chapter 8: Manipulating Strings 129 Chapter 9: Manipulating Other Types of Data 145 Chapter 10: Controlling the Flow of Execution 155 Chapter 11: Built-In Scripting Objects 173 Chapter 12: Working with the File System 193 Chapter 13: Putting It All Together: Creating Your First Script from Scratch 219 Part III: Windows Management Instrumentation and Active Directory Services Interface 245 Chapter 14: Working with ADSI Providers 247 Chapter 15: Manipulating Domains 257 Chapter 16: Manipulating Users and Groups 271 Chapter 17: Understanding WMI 283 Chapter 18: Querying Basic WMI Information 299 Chapter 19: Querying Complex WMI Information 317 Chapter 20: Putting It All Together: Your First WMI/ADSI Script 335 Chapter 21: Testing and Debugging WMI and ADSI Queries 357 Part IV: Advanced Scripting Techniques 371 Chapter 22: Modular Script Programming 373 Chapter 23: Scripts Packaging and Protection 389 Chapter 24: Scripting Security 399 Chapter 25: Introduction to HTML Applications 409 Chapter 26: Debug

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VBScript, WMI, and ADSI Unleashed
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Don Jones brings experience from years of conferences, classes, online training, and ScriptingAnswers.com posts to make learning VBScript, WMI, and ADSI easier than ever. All-new sample scripts throughout the book are accompanied by Don's signature line-by-line explanations. New, expanded explanations target difficult-to-understand techniques and challenging technologies to make them more accessible. You'll also learn about scripting security, debugging techniques, script troubleshooting, HTML applications (HTAs), and more. If you want to become a more effective and efficient Windows administrator by learning to automate key administrative tasks, this is the book that will show you how. Product Description If you're a Windows administrator, scripting expertise can liberate you from boring, repetitive work-so you can take on the sophisticated, high-value projects you really want. Top scripting guru Don Jones has written the definitive administrator's guide to getting results with Microsoft's key scripting technologies: VBScript, WMI, and ADSI. Jones draws on his unsurpassed experience training Windows administrators in conferences, classes, and from his enormously popular site, ScriptingAnswers.com. You'll learn how to use VBScript, WMI, and ADSI to gain administrative control over nearly every aspect of every recent Windows server or client, including Windows Server 2003, Vista, XP, 2000, and NT. As you gain experience, Jones introduces more advanced techniques, ranging from modular scripting and script encryption to integrating VBScript with HTML code. Jones concludes with a full section of ready-to-run, real-world examples-from logon/logoff scripts to automated domain and network administration, from querying WMI to creating Active Directory groups. Every script is explained line-by-line, with challenging techniques described in even greater detail. Detailed information on how to. Decide what you can script: a framework for getting started fast Understand how scripts are designed, assembled, and run Master VBScript from start to finish: functions, I/O, data manipulation, program flow, and much more Use scripting objects for tasks ranging from retrieving network information to mapping drives Utilize FileSystemObject to manipulate the Windows filesystem Write ADSI scripts to manipulate any directory service your company uses, from Active Directory to Novell NDS Modify domain information, users, groups, and policies Query WMI information-from basic to advanced Plan for errors, and test and debug your scripts Build your own "resource kit" of reusable script components ON THE WEB: Download all examples and source code presented in this book from ScriptingAnswers.com, where you'll also be able to post follow-up questions directly to the author in a moderated, active community. Introduction 1 Part I: Introduction to Windows Administrative Scripting 11 Chapter 1: Scripting Concepts and Terminology 13 Chapter 2: Running Scripts 21 Chapter 3: The Components of a Script 39 Chapter 4: Designing a Script 55 Part II: VBScript Tutorial 73 Chapter 5: Functions, Objects, Variables, and More 75 Chapter 6: Input and Output 101 Chapter 7: Manipulating Numbers 115 Chapter 8: Manipulating Strings 129 Chapter 9: Manipulating Other Types of Data 145 Chapter 10: Controlling the Flow of Execution 155 Chapter 11: Built-In Scripting Objects 173 Chapter 12: Working with the File System 193 Chapter 13: Putting It All Together: Creating Your First Script from Scratch 219 Part III: Windows Management Instrumentation and Active Directory Services Interface 245 Chapter 14: Working with ADSI Providers 247 Chapter 15: Manipulating Domains 257 Chapter 16: Manipulating Users and Groups 271 Chapter 17: Understanding WMI 283 Chapter 18: Querying Basic WMI Information 299 Chapter 19: Querying Complex WMI Information 317 Chapter 20: Putting It All Together: Your First WMI/ADSI Script 335 Chapter 21: Testing and Debugging WMI and ADSI Queries 357 Part IV: Advanced Scripting Techniques 371 Chapter 22: Modular Script Programming 373 Chapter 23: Scripts Packaging and Protection 389 Chapter 24: Scripting Security 399 Chapter 25: Introduction to HTML Applications 409 Chapter 26: Debugging Tips, Tools, and Techniques 421 Part V: Ready-to-Run Examples 437 Chapter 27: Logon and Logoff Scripts 439 Chapter 28: Windows and Domain Administration Scripts 455 Chapter 29: Network Administration Scripts 481 Chapter 30: WMI and ADSI Scripts 497 Appendix 509 Index 523 . Backcover If you're a Windows administrator, scripting expertise can liberate you from boring, repetitive work-so you can take on the sophisticated, high-value projects you really want. Top scripting guru Don Jones has written the definitive administrator's guide to getting results with Microsoft's key scripting technologies: VBScript, WMI, and ADSI. Jones draws on his unsurpassed experience training Windows administrators in conferences, classes, and from his enormously popular site, ScriptingAnswers.com. You'll learn how to use VBScript, WMI, and ADSI to gain administrative control over nearly every aspect of every recent Windows server or client, including Windows Server 2003, Vista, XP, 2000, and NT. As you gain experience, Jones introduces more advanced techniques, ranging from modular scripting and script encryption to integrating VBScript with HTML code. Jones concludes with a full section of ready-to-run, real-world examples-from logon/logoff scripts to automated domain and network administration, from querying WMI to creating Active Directory groups. Every script is explained line-by-line, with challenging techniques described in even greater detail. Detailed information on how to. Decide what you can script: a framework for getting started fast Understand how scripts are designed, assembled, and run Master VBScript from start to finish: functions, I/O, data manipulation, program flow, and much more Use scripting objects for tasks ranging from retrieving network information to mapping drives Utilize FileSystemObject to manipulate the Windows filesystem Write ADSI scripts to manipulate any directory service your company uses, from Active Directory to Novell NDS Modify domain information, users, groups, and policies Query WMI information-from basic to advanced Plan for errors, and test and debug your scripts Build your own "resource kit" of reusable script components ON THE WEB: Download all examples and source code presented in this book from ScriptingAnswers.com, where you'll also be able to post follow-up questions directly to the author in a moderated, active community. Introduction 1 Part I: Introduction to Windows Administrative Scripting 11 Chapter 1: Scripting Concepts and Terminology 13 Chapter 2: Running Scripts 21 Chapter 3: The Components of a Script 39 Chapter 4: Designing a Script 55 Part II: VBScript Tutorial 73 Chapter 5: Functions, Objects, Variables, and More 75 Chapter 6: Input and Output 101 Chapter 7: Manipulating Numbers 115 Chapter 8: Manipulating Strings 129 Chapter 9: Manipulating Other Types of Data 145 Chapter 10: Controlling the Flow of Execution 155 Chapter 11: Built-In Scripting Objects 173 Chapter 12: Working with the File System 193 Chapter 13: Putting It All Together: Creating Your First Script from Scratch 219 Part III: Windows Management Instrumentation and Active Directory Services Interface 245 Chapter 14: Working with ADSI Providers 247 Chapter 15: Manipulating Domains 257 Chapter 16: Manipulating Users and Groups 271 Chapter 17: Understanding WMI 283 Chapter 18: Querying Basic WMI Information 299 Chapter 19: Querying Complex WMI Information 317 Chapter 20: Putting It All Together: Your First WMI/ADSI Script 335 Chapter 21: Testing and Debugging WMI and ADSI Queries 357 Part IV: Advanced Scripting Techniques 371 Chapter 22: Modular Script Programming 373 Chapter 23: Scripts Packaging and Protection 389 Chapter 24: Scripting Security 399 Chapter 25: Introduction to HTML Applications 409 Chapter 26: Debugging Tips, Tools, and Techniques 421 Part V: Ready-to-Run Examples 437 Chapter 27: Logon and Logoff Scripts 439 Chapter 28: Windows and Domain Administration Scripts 455 Chapter 29: Network Administration Scripts 481 Chapter 30: WMI and ADSI Scripts 497 Appendix 509 Index 523 . Introduction 1 Part I: Introduction to Windows Administrative Scripting 11 Chapter 1: Scripting Concepts and Terminology 13 Chapter 2: Running Scripts 21 Chapter 3: The Components of a Script 39 Chapter 4: Designing a Script 55 Part II: VBScript Tutorial 73 Chapter 5: Functions, Objects, Variables, and More 75 Chapter 6: Input and Output 101 Chapter 7: Manipulating Numbers 115 Chapter 8: Manipulating Strings 129 Chapter 9: Manipulating Other Types of Data 145 Chapter 10: Controlling the Flow of Execution 155 Chapter 11: Built-In Scripting Objects 173 Chapter 12: Working with the File System 193 Chapter 13: Putting It All Together: Creating Your First Script from Scratch 219 Part III: Windows Management Instrumentation and Active Directory Services Interface 245 Chapter 14: Working with ADSI Providers 247 Chapter 15: Manipulating Domains 257 Chapter 16: Manipulating Users and Groups 271 Chapter 17: Understanding WMI 283 Chapter 18: Querying Basic WMI Information 299 Chapter 19: Querying Complex WMI Information 317 Chapter 20: Putting It All Together: Your First WMI/ADSI Script 335 Chapter 21: Testing and Debugging WMI and ADSI Queries 357 Part IV: Advanced Scripting Techniques 371 Chapter 22: Modular Script Programming 373 Chapter 23: Scripts Packaging and Protection 389 Chapter 24: Scripting Security 399 Chapter 25: Introduction to HTML Applications 409 Chapter 26: Debugging Tips, Tools, and Techniques 421 Part V: Ready-to-Run Examples 437 Chapter 27: Logon and Logoff Scripts 439 Chapter 28: Windows and Domain Administration Scripts 455 Chapter 29: Network Administration Scripts 481 Chapter 30: WMI and ADSI Scripts 497 Appendix 509 Index 523If you're a Windows administrator, scripting expertise can liberate you from boring, repetitive work-so you can take on the sophisticated, high-value projects you really want. Top scripting guru Don Jones has written the definitive administrator's guide to getting results with Microsoft's key scripting technologies: VBScript, WMI, and ADSI. Jones draws on his unsurpassed experience training Windows administrators in conferences, classes, and from his enormously popular site, ScriptingAnswers.com. You'll learn how to use VBScript, WMI, and ADSI to gain administrative control over nearly every aspect of every recent Windows server or client, including Windows Server 2003, Vista, XP, 2000, and NT. As you gain experience, Jones introduces more advanced techniques, ranging from modular scripting and script encryption to integrating VBScript with HTML code. Jones concludes with a full section of ready-to-run, real-world examples-from logon/logoff scripts to automated domain and network administration, from querying WMI to creating Active Directory groups. Every script is explained line-by-line, with challenging techniques described in even greater detail. Detailed information on how to... Decide what you can script: a framework for getting started fast Understand how scripts are designed, assembled, and run Master VBScript from start to finish: functions, I/O, data manipulation, program flow, and much more Use scripting objects for tasks ranging from retrieving network information to mapping drives Utilize FileSystemObject to manipulate the Windows filesystem Write ADSI scripts to manipulate any directory service your company uses, from Active Directory to Novell NDS Modify domain information, users, groups, and policies Query WMI information-from basic to advanced Plan for errors, and test and debug your scripts Build your own "resource kit" of reusable script components ON THE WEB: Download all examples and source code presented in this book from ScriptingAnswers.com, where you'll also be able to post follow-up questions directly to the author in a moderated, active community. Introduction 1 Part I: Introduction to Windows Administrative Scripting 11 Chapter 1: Scripting Concepts and Terminology 13 Chapter 2: Running Scripts 21 Chapter 3: The Components of a Script 39 Chapter 4: Designing a Script 55 Part II: VBScript Tutorial 73 Chapter 5: Functions, Objects, Variables, and More 75 Chapter 6: Input and Output 101 Chapter 7: Manipulating Numbers 115 Chapter 8: Manipulating Strings 129 Chapter 9: Manipulating Other Types of Data 145 Chapter 10: Controlling the Flow of Execution 155 Chapter 11: Built-In Scripting Objects 173 Chapter 12: Working with the File System 193 Chapter 13: Putting It All Together: Creating Your First Script from Scratch 219 Part III: Windows Management Instrumentation and Active Directory Services Interface 245 Chapter 14: Working with ADSI Providers 247 Chapter 15: Manipulating Domains 257 Chapter 16: Manipulating Users and Groups 271 Chapter 17: Understanding WMI 283 Chapter 18: Querying Basic WMI Information 299 Chapter 19: Querying Complex WMI Information 317 Chapter 20: Putting It All Together: Your First WMI/ADSI Script 335 Chapter 21: Testing and Debugging WMI and ADSI Queries 357 Part IV: Advanced Scripting Techniques 371 Chapter 22: Modular Script Programming 373 Chapter 23: Scripts Packaging and Protection 389 Chapter 24: Scripting Security 399 Chapter 25: Introduction to HTML Applications 409 Chapter 26: Debug

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Creativity and the Performing Artist
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Creativity and the Performing Artist: Behind the Mask synthesizes and integrates research in the field of creativity and the performing arts. Within the performing arts there are multiple specific domains of expertise, with domain-specific demands. This book examines the psychological nature of creativity in the performing arts. The book is organized into five sections. Section I discusses different forms of performing arts, the domains and talents of performers, and the experience of creativity within performing artists. Section II explores the neurobiology of physiology of creativity and flow. Section III covers the developmental trajectory of performing artists, including early attachment, parenting, play theories, personality, motivation, and training. Section IV examines emotional regulation and psychopathology in performing artists. Section V closes with issues of burnout, injury, and rehabilitation in performing artists.Discusses domain specificity within the performing artsEncompasses dance, theatre, music, and comedy performance artReviews the biology behind performance, from thinking to movementIdentifies how an artist develops over time, from childhood through adult trainingSummarizes the effect of personality, mood, and psychopathology on performanceExplores career concerns of performing artists, from injury to burn out

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Teaching Complex Cognitive Skills
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Recently, traditional instructional design methodologies have been criticized that they may be ineffective in reaching transfer of learning, particularly in complex learning domains. Recent instructional and learning theories tend to focus on authentic learning tasks that are based on real- world problems as the driving force for transfer of learning. The study compared a conventional instructional approach (called the Part-task approach) with a 4C/ID-model based instructional approach (called the Whole-task approach) to see if the 4C/ID approach promotes better transfer of learning in a complex learning domain. Results indicated that the whole-task group performed significantly better than the part-task group on a skill acquisition test and a transfer test. The findings from the study should help shed some light on this important area, and should be especially useful to professionals in Instructional Design and Training fields, or anyone else who may be interested in teaching complex cognitive skills.

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Intelligent Fault Diagnostic System of Inductio...
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Early fault diagnosis can increase machinery availability and performance, reduce consequential damage, prolong machine life, and reduce spare parts inventories and breakdown maintenance. In this book, one intelligent fault diagnostic system is proposed based on feature extraction and selection techniques. Features are calculated from many domains: time domain, frequency domain, cepstrum domain and wavelet domain. In this way, the information of raw data is kept at best to meet different analysis methods in future. Principal component analysis and linear discriminant analysis, two feature extraction methods are introduced. Feature selection methods, individual feature evaluation and genetic algorithm, are compared. They are used to reduce feature dimensionality and improve system performance. The proposed system is applied to fault diagnosis of induction motors as a real application. The results show that the proposed system, combining feature extraction with feature selection, has fast training procedure, high classification rate and compact structure. It is suitable for motor condition monitoring and fault diagnosis.

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Supervised classification in marine science and...
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The impact of fisheries is of great importance on biological, economic, social and political levels. There is still a high uncertainty about the relationships between climate, fish and management decisions. This dissertation provides methodological contributions to several of the data analysis activities necessary to reduce this uncertainty. Firstly, this dissertation deals with finding a trade-off between the performance and the number of zooplankton taxa to classify. The contribution in this domain is a wrapper method where the expert can evaluate the training set in terms of this trade-off between both. Secondly, a methodological pipeline of machine learning state-of-the-art methods is proposed to provide robust forecasting with scarce data. The proposed methodology allows building a probabilistic model where three levels of anchovy recruitment can be predicted based on a small set of factors. Finally, the new machine learning paradigm of multi-dimensional classifiers is applied to simultaneous forecasting of multi-species recruitment. The study proposes a set of pre-processing methods and metrics. The proposed methods are tested on both synthetic and real domains.

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Feature Based Opinion Summarization using Trans...
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Opinion mining is used to improve the decision making of new user in various domains such as product, movie, news media, social networking shares etc. Feature based opinion mining rely only on single domain corpus in most of the existing methodology. Feature based opinion mining in two different domain corpuses is complex. The features and Opinion words are extracted with the help of the Part-of-Speech (PoS) tagging tool. The Inter dependent domain relevance (IDDR) technique use removal of redundant features and pruning of irrelevant features from two different domains with the help of the IDDR score and threshold value. Normally data mining and machine learning use training and test data from same domain and have same feature. But the above concept is not hold in all domains due to the lack of labeled dataset. Here the proposed transfer learning method using Exaggerate Instance weighted K nearest neighbor (EIWKNN) algorithm to transfer the knowledge from camera domain to iPod domain for Opinion classification. The summary of two different domains feature with respect to their opinion is generated.

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