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  2. Blackboard system - Wikipedia

    A blackboard system is the central space in a multi-agent system. It's used for describing the world as a communication platform for agents. To realize a blackboard in a computer program, a machine readable notation is needed in which facts can be stored.

  3. Blackboard Learn - Wikipedia

    Blackboard Learn (previously the Blackboard Learning Management System) is a web-based virtual learning environment and learning management system developed by Blackboard Inc. The software features course management, customizable open architecture , and scalable design that allows integration with student information systems and authentication ...

  4. Blackboard Inc. - Wikipedia

    Blackboard Inc. was an American educational technology company with corporate headquarters in Reston, VA. It was known for Blackboard Learn, a learning management system. [4] It merged with Anthology in late 2021, [5] with the future name of the combined company not announced yet.


  6. PMI Colleges - Wikipedia

    PMI Colleges, formerly known as Philippine Maritime Institute, is a private, non-sectarian, co-educational higher education, Maritime institution established on September 18, 1948 in Santa Cruz, Manila, Philippines where its main campus is located. PMI Colleges is considered as the second oldest and the largest among over one hundred private ...

  7. Philip Morris International - Wikipedia

    Philip Morris International Inc. ( PMI) is an American multinational tobacco company, with products sold in over 180 countries. [3] The most recognized and best selling product of the company is Marlboro. [4] Philip Morris International is often referred to as one of the companies comprising Big Tobacco .

  8. Pointwise mutual information - Wikipedia

    Pointwise mutual information. In statistics, probability theory and information theory, pointwise mutual information ( PMI ), [1] or point mutual information, is a measure of association. It compares the probability of two events occurring together to what this probability would be if the events were independent. [2]

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