erev


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erev

(ˈɛrɛv)
n
(Judaism) (in combination) Judaism the day before; the eve of: erev Shabbat (the Sabbath eve, i.e., Friday); erev Pesach (the day before Passover).
[from Hebrew]
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Erev is known for his warm piano sound and his harmonically-rich compositions.
From the onset of the project, a key goal was to design a system that would be an efficient and effective HEV or EREV propulsion system which, while sharing many parts, was adapted where necessary to fit the unique mission of each vehicle type.
Erev, Bereby-Meyer, and Roth (1999) examined learning in a repeated 2 x 2 constant-sum game with a unique mixed-strategy Nash equilibrium.
Si bien esta modalidad de operacionalizacion del exito subjetivo ha recibido importantes criticas (Erev et al., 1994; Gambara & Leon, 1996; Gigerenzer et al., 1991), se espera incluirla en futuras investigaciones por su relevancia para el estado del arte (Koehler, Brenner & Griffin, 2002; Lichtenstein, Fischhoff & Phillips, 1982).
(KYMCO), the largest powered two-wheeler (PTW) manufacturer in Taiwan, recently announced orders from BMW for gasoline engines for its extended range electric vehicles (EREV), making Kymco the first Taiwanese contractor for a renowned German carmaker if all goes well.
Ido Erev and colleagues have conducted several studies examining payoff-level effects in repeated individual-decision problems, typically finding that subjects are quicker to learn an optimal choice under limited payoff information when both gains and losses are possible than when only gains or only losses are possible.
The eRev programme from the World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers helps to provide that edge by bringing together a world-class group of digital media professionals who share a common goal: to develop strong products and new revenue streams from emerging media platforms.
In support of that possibility, several models of experience-based choices do comparably well at predicting safe and risky choices in gambling games, says Technion psychologist Ido Erev. His team posted extensive data online from experience-based gambling games that he conducted, and other researchers competed to see whose model best explained the results.
In Genesis, Magid presents the Lurianic interpretation of Adam's sin as a way to introduce their view of Evil; in Exodus, he examines the Lurianic exegesis of the erev rav, the minority of non-Jews who accompanied the Jews out of Egypt, and who were responsible, according to some rabbinic interpretations, for the sin of the golden calf.
The so-called "extended-range electric vehicle" (EREV) will carry just enough batteries to run 40 miles on electric power--enough, asserts GM vice-chairman Bob Lutz, "for 70% of American commuters".
Rabbi Moshe Chait, founder of the Jerusalem branch of Yeshivat Chofetz Chaim, passed away erev Tisha B'Av.