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  Miller test - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Miller test is the United States Supreme Court's test for determining whether speech or expression can be labeled obscene, in which case it is not protected by the First Amendment to the United States Constitution and can be prohibited.
The Miller test was developed in the 1973 case Miller v.
Another important issue is that Miller asks for an interpretation of what the "average" person finds offensive, rather than what the more sensitive persons in the community are offended by, as obscenity was defined by the previous test, the Hicklin test, stemming from the English precedent.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Miller_test   (575 words)

 Miller-Rabin primality test - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Miller-Rabin primality test or Rabin-Miller primality test is a primality test: an algorithm which determines whether a given number is prime, similar to the Fermat primality test and the Solovay-Strassen primality test.
The Miller-Rabin test is strictly stronger than the Solovay-Strassen primality test in the sense the set of strong liars of the Miller-Rabin test is a subset of the set of the Solovay-Strassen primality test.
The full power of the generalized Riemann hypothesis is not needed to ensure the correctness of the test: as we deal with subgroups of even index, it suffices to assume the validity of GRH for quadratic Dirichlet characters.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Miller-Rabin_primality_test   (1436 words)

 Primality Proving 2.3: Strong probable-primality and a practical test
A test based on these results is quite fast, especially when combined with trial division by the first few primes.
It has been proven ([Monier80] and [Rabin80]) that the strong probable primality test is wrong no more than 1/4th of the time (3 out of 4 numbers which pass it will be prime).
Jon Grantham's "Frobenius pseudoprimes" can be used to create a test (see [Grantham98]) that takes three times as long as the SPRP test, but is far more than three times as strong (the error rate is less than 1/7710).
primes.utm.edu /prove/prove2_3.html   (856 words)

 Thomas Grier Miller (www.whonamedit.com)
Thomas Grier Miller received an A.B. from the University of North Carolina in 1906 and graduated in medicine from the University of Pennsylvania in 1911 and then commenced clinical investigation in the department of medicine, but this was interrupted by the 1st World War where he served in the army as a captain..
In 1926, Miller founded the Gastro Intestinal Section of the Medical Clinic at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania and was chief of the section from 1928 to until his retirement in 1952.
Miller published on many areas of medicine, but concentrated mainly on gastroenterology and in 1934 commenced a series of papers with William Osler Abbott and W. Carr on intubation and studies of the small intestine which became classics and were made possible by the invention of the double lumen tube.
www.whonamedit.com /doctor.cfm/1536.html   (384 words)

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Agnew testified that he had Miller perform five tests: a horizontal gaze nystagmus test, a walk-and-turn test, a one-legged stand test, a balance test, and an alphabet recitation test, all of which were recorded on videotape.
Regarding the one-legged stand test, Agnew testified that he instructed Miller to raise one of his legs approximately 6 inches off the ground, keeping his toes pointed, and count out loud until he was told to stop.
Regarding the field sobriety tests, the district court stated that in its opinion, Miller passed the walk-and-turn test because it appeared from the videotape that Miller's toes were very close to his heel on each step.
www.nol.org /home/ncpa/ctopinio/A99-1368.htm   (2513 words)

 The Best Test Preparation for the Mat: Miller Analogies Test (Rea Test Preps)
This test preparation book includes eight full-length practice tests, as well as comprehensive reviews covering vocabulary words, foreign words and phrases, geography, history, social sciences, art, architecture, science, mythology, mathematics, philosophy, and more.
The REA review didn't have any questions like that in their practice tests, and it's hard to sit there during the test thinking "word jumbles??" and try to get your brain in that track.
With eight tests and next to no strategy, this book is ideal for a "disaster check" before you take the test--provided you use it as a supplement to other study guides.
www.iyares.com /resources/books/details.aspx?id=0878918647   (395 words)

 Miller Analogies Test
It is a high-level mental ability test requiring the solution of problems stated as analogies.
Testing staff will take your name and phone number and reserve a seat for you on a specified test date.
Before the test begins, you will be allowed to choose the states and institutions from "drop down menus" on the computer screen.
testing.pdx.edu /mat.php   (569 words)

 Wikinfo | Miller test
The Miller test was developed in the 1973 case Miller vs. California.
Some critics of obscenity law, such as Jonathan Wallace and William Huston (external links), argue that the existence of Miller proves that federal obscenity laws are in fact not defined, and thus unenforcable and legally dubious.
Since part of the Miller purpose was to consider the effect on the members of the community who would see the material for sale on the street it's unclear how material which goes directly from a vendor to a bedroom and is never seen by the community will be judged [3].
www.wikinfo.org /wiki.php?title=Miller_test   (654 words)

 IU BEST Miller Analogies Test (MAT)
The Miller Analogies Test is a graduate level exam used for admission to some graduate schools.
The MAT is a high-level mental ability test requiring the solution of problems stated as analogies.
Test Fee: $60.00 (paid directly to the test center) entitles the examinee to a personal score report and official score reports sent to up to 3 schools (specified when you take the MAT).
www.indiana.edu /~best/examinations/MAT.shtml   (334 words)

 ASPN : Python Cookbook : Rabin-Miller probabilistic prime test   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
In the case where a test value is not a witness for the compositeness of a potential prime, it can only lie with a probability of at most 1/4.
I implemented a variant of the Rabin Miller algorithm as provided in Algorithm Design by Goodrich and Tamassia, which is stated in the comment preceeding the content of the recipe.
One thing to note is that I end up doing a HUGE number of tests (I had used 'k' as the number of tests, but that is generally used as # of bits) in comparison to what is generally suggested as being 'good enough'.
aspn.activestate.com /ASPN/Cookbook/Python/Recipe/410681   (960 words)

 Freedom of speech - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Under international law, restrictions on free speech are required to comport with a strict three part test: they must be provided by law, pursue an aim recognized as legitimate, and be necessary (i.e., proportionate) for the accomplishment of that aim.
Amongst the aims considered legitimate are protection of the rights and reputations of others (prevention of defamation), and the protection of national security and public order, health and morals.
Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes wrote that "the best test of truth is the power of the thought to get itself accepted in the competition of the market, and that truth is the only ground upon which their wishes safely can be carried out." In Abrams v.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Freedom_of_speech   (3067 words)

 Miller Analogy Test Information
If you are interested in taking the test, but are not able to make it on those scheduled test dates, you may contact our office (920-465-2163) to arrange an alternative time for a special administration.
In order to confirm a test date and time, partial payment of $40 in the form of a deposit is required.
However if the special test administration is rescheduled at least 5 business days prior to the scheduled test date, the $40 deposit can be applied to a new test date.
www.uwgb.edu /careers/MAT_Info.htm   (473 words)

 Belhaven College Aspire Program: Miller Analogies Test
The Miller Analogies Test (MAT) is a standardized test of verbal analogies used to assist graduate departments and schools in their Admission process.
The MAT is a test consisting of 100 analogies, given in a timed, 50-minute test period.
Because this is a test for graduate school admission, the difficulty and subtlety of the items may be greater than analogy problems you may have encountered in the past.
www.belhavenaspire.com /mat.htm   (184 words)

Candidates who have taken the test within the past twelve months must bring a retest admission ticket to the test session (they will not be tested without the admission ticket).
In addition, if you have tested within the past twelve months, you must bring your retest admission ticket to the test session (you will not be tested without the admission ticket!).
Since this test surveys a broad knowledge base across disciplines, it is difficult to study for content.
www.testoffice.calpoly.edu /mat.htm   (1146 words)

 NSU | Testing Services | Graduate Testing | Miller Analogies Test
The Miller Analogies Test (MAT) is administered through Northeastern State University as a Controlled Testing Center (CTC) licensed by The Psychological Corporation to administer the MAT.
The test fee of $60.00 is due at the time of registration in check or money order payable to NSU.
Testing dates are the last working Friday of the month(no test scheduled in December).
www.nsuok.edu /testingservices/gradtesting.html   (276 words)

 FHSU Testing Services--Miller Analogies Test (MAT)
The MAT test is administered by appointment during regular office hours.
The Miller Analogies Test (MAT) is a high-level, analytic ability test that requires the solution of problems stated as analogies.
The MAT test forms include 100 core items that count toward your score and 20 experimental items that are being field-tested for future use on new test forms.
www.fhsu.edu /kellycenter/testing/mat.shtml   (319 words)

 MAT > University of Louisville
Test fees are not refundable for any reason and must accompany your registration form.
The Miller Analogies Test is now a computer based test, administered monthly.
If you have taken the MAT in the past 12 months, you must mark "retest" on your registration form or you will not be allowed to sit for the exam.
www.louisville.edu /student/services/testing/mat.html   (216 words)

 MAT, Standardized Testing, UT Tyler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The MAT is a graduate school entrance exam that is a high-level mental ability test requiring the solution of problems stated as analogies.
It is the responsibility of the student applying for graduate school to check with the graduate department in which they wish to enroll to find out what tests are required by that department.
No one is allowed to leave the testing room until the scheduled end of the test
www.uttyler.edu /testingcenter/mat.html   (286 words)

 Boston.com / Sports / Baseball / Red Sox / Miller's test run a success
One final rehab start, which will be his fourth, and Miller can begin preparing for his Red Sox debut, which is setting up to be May 8 at Fenway Park against Seattle.
Miller is 58-39 with a 3.87 ERA in his career, and his price tag alone ($1.5 million guaranteed) leaves some questions about his rotator cuff in the minds of anyone in touch with the market for starting pitching.
Miller worked his two previous rehab starts at Single A, with Sox affiliates in Greenville, S.C., and Wilmington, N.C., and gave up three runs in those starts, including a solo homer in each game.
www.boston.com /sports/baseball/redsox/articles/2005/04/29/millers_test_run_a_success   (462 words)

 Miller Analogies Test
Your money will not be refunded if you are unable to attend the test for which you have registered.
This letter will tell you where the test will be administered, when to arrive, and what to bring with you.
If you are unable to fill out required information prior to the test, you will have to remain after others are gone.
www.brenau.edu /sehd/mat.htm   (285 words)

 Tom Miller's Blog : Test Driven Development...
If I have to write the test before i implement the method and i'm designing a library, i can't even make the test compile until i've defined the method.
Test driven development is absolutely the way to go.
Once you start automating your unit tests, you will be able to confirm correct operation, and you will build a better design.
blogs.msdn.com /tmiller/archive/2004/02/15/73561.aspx   (580 words)

 Miller Analogies Test: Personal Counseling and Testing: University of St. Thomas   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The Miller Analogies Test is a high-level mental ability test requiring the solution of problems stated as analogies.
There are Miller Analogies Test preparation books on reserve at the O'Shaugnessy Frey Library on the St. Paul Campus and at the Keffer Library on the Minneapolis Campus.
Testing rooms and dates are subject to change.
www.stthomas.edu /personalcounseling/testing/milleranalogiestest.asp   (421 words)

 Three Prong Obscenity Test   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The highlighted section below constitutes what is now referred to as the "Three Prong Obscenity Test" which was an element in the Supreme Court Decsion regarding the 1996 Communications Decency Act.
Appellant was convicted of mailing unsolicited sexually explicit material in violation of a California statute that approximately incorporated the obscenity test formulated in Memoirs v.
The test of "utterly without redeeming social value" articulated in Memoirs, supra, is rejected as a constitutional standard.
courses.cs.vt.edu /~cs3604/lib/Censorship/3-prong-test.html   (316 words)

 Miller_ Analogies_Test   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Testing is permitted for up to three times within a one-year period; however, if you are retesting within a year, you MUST present a retest ticket.
Upon completion of the Miller Analogies Test, you will receive a preliminary score report; however, your official score report will be sent to you within 15-20 business days.
Arriving promptly at the testing site with the required materials is necessary for test administration.
www.siue.edu /IS/TEST/MAT/Milleranalogiestest.html   (191 words)

The MAT is a high-level mental ability test which requires the solution of a series of intellectual problems stated in the form of analogies.
All forms of the test are equivalent-that is, of equal difficulty.
It might be helpful to become familiar with the analogy concept, especially the verbal analogy, the item style which is used for the MAT.
www.sfsu.edu /~testing/mat2.html   (473 words)

 Miller Analogies Test
Your test fee is paid directly to the Controlled Testing Center to which you apply to take the MAT.
The form administered to an examinee retaking the MAT is determined by that examinee's testing history.
When you apply to retake the MAT, be sure to inform the Controlled Test Center that you have taken the MAT within the past twelve months, and be sure to bring your retest admission ticket to the Center when you report for testing.
www.siue.edu /IS/TEST/MAT   (1081 words)

 Cryptomathic Labs - Rabin Primality Test   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Proving this is somewhat difficult, so we turn the question up-side down, and convince ourselves probabilistically that we are dealing with a prime.
If the test succeeds you are dealing with a prime (with extremely high probability).
If the test fails, you can be certain that you are not dealing with a prime.
www.cryptomathic.com /labs/rabinprimalitytest.html   (187 words)

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The MAT is an analogy-based test — so here’s an analogy that’s completely relevant: The MAT is to analytical thinkers as graduate school is to advanced degrees.
MAT has proven itself in use for more than 50 years as a reliable and valid test for qualifying graduate school candidates.
Research studies by psychologists using analogies in work on human intelligence and reasoning have found that analogies are among the best measures of verbal comprehension and analytic intelligence.
harcourtassessment.com /haiweb/Cultures/en-US/dotCom/milleranalogies.com.htm   (231 words)

 Media Matters - Dennis Miller's "Rorschach" test on CNBC: Lay "deserve[s]" to be "sodomiz[ed] ... against [his] will"
Miller's show is not aimed at children (and I'm sure not viewed by many), and adults who enjoy bland entertainment can simply choose not to watch him.
Miller, whose share I believe is 1.1 is allowed to continue in spite of the fact that it's just pure drivel.
Miller appears to me to be one of a relatively new species, the "Schwarzenegger Republican"; tough on bad guys, tolerant of alternative lifestyles, favoring deregulation/tax-cutting/free markets -- unless, of course, it disadvantages him personally.
mediamatters.org /items/200407090001?=newsbox   (1606 words)

 FindLaw for Legal Professionals - Case Law, Federal and State Resources, Forms, and Code
The sharpness of the break with Roth, represented by the third element of the Memoirs test and emphasized by MR.
But now the Memoirs test has been abandoned as unworkable by its author, 4 and no Member of the Court today supports the Memoirs formulation.
Ohio, 378 U.S. (1964): "For all the sound and fury that the Roth test has generated, it has not been proved unsound, and I believe that we should try to live with it - at least until a more satisfactory definition is evolved.
caselaw.lp.findlaw.com /scripts/getcase.pl?court=us&vol=413&invol=15   (8901 words)

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