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Watch It 2017


Image Watch is a Visual Studio extension that provides a watch window for viewing in-memory bitmaps when debugging native C++ code. It comes with built-in support for OpenCV image types (e.g. cv::Mat, cv::Mat_ , etc.).




Watch It 2017


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We know that, for many of you, this is an important part of your C++ debugging experience. We have received many requests to support this extension on Visual Studio 2017 via survey responses, blog comments and Reddit conversations.


The decrease is likely due in part to the national peat drainage moratorium, in effect since 2016. Primary forest loss in protected peat areas went down by 88 percent between 2016 and 2017, reaching the lowest level ever recorded. Additionally, 2017 was a non-El Niño year, which brought wetter conditions and fewer fires compared to past years. Educational campaigns and increased enforcement of forest laws from local police have also helped prevent land-clearing by fire.


Tree cover loss in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) reached a record high in 2017, increasing 6 percent from 2016. Agriculture, artisanal logging and charcoal production drove the tree cover loss, with nearly 70 percent of it occurring in agricultural areas known as the rural complex. While shifting cultivation does not necessarily indicate expansion into primary forest, growing populations can intensify agricultural practices, thus reducing fallow periods where trees regrow naturally. Our analysis also showed that in 2017, 3 percent of overall tree cover loss occurred in protected areas and 10 percent within logging concessions.


Better Watch Out (formerly titled Safe Neighborhood[5]) is a 2016 Christmas psychological horror film directed by Chris Peckover, from a script he co-wrote with Zack Kahn.[6] It stars Olivia DeJonge, Levi Miller and Ed Oxenbould. The film had its world premiere at Fantastic Fest on September 22, 2016, and was released in the United States on October 6, 2017, by Well Go USA and in Australia on November 23, 2017, by Rialto Distribution.


At Christmas time, 17-year-old Ashley is babysitting precocious 12-year-old Luke Lerner. Luke has romantic feelings for Ashley and unsuccessfully attempts to seduce her while watching a horror film. Strange happenings outside put Ashley on edge, but it ultimately appears to be just Luke's best friend, Garrett, who has arrived to visit. Hearing a window break upstairs, the trio find a brick inscribed with "U leave and U die." Garrett panics and runs out the back door, but is apparently killed by an unknown shooter.


Luke calls Ashley's ex-boyfriend, Jeremy, claiming that she wants him to write an apology letter. While Jeremy does so, Luke hangs him from a tree, making the apology look like a suicide note. Garrett has a change of heart and starts to free Ashley, but is killed by Luke. Luke stabs Ashley in the neck and stages the scene to frame Jeremy. Later, he goes to bed and waits for the return of his parents, who contact the police. Ashley survives, having placed duct tape over the stab wound to stop the bleeding. Luke watches from his bedroom window as Ashley gives him the finger before being wheeled into the ambulance.In a post - credit scene, Luke tells his mother that he is "worried" about Ashley and wants to visit her at the hospital.


In May 2017, North American distribution rights to Better Watch Out were acquired by Well Go USA, which released the film theatrically and through video on demand on October 6, 2017.[7][8] In Australia, it was released in select theaters on November 23, 2017, by Rialto Distribution.[9][10]


Happy New Year from the City of Los Angeles! Relive the New year's eve celebration that took place in Downtown Los Angeles' Grand Park by watching this 360 video of the countdown to 2017 projected onto the exterior of City Hall. Load the video in supported virtual reality devices for a truly immersive experience.


The city of Idaho Falls is planning to host many guests in the region for the celestial phenomenon. According to NASA, the city will have four designated viewing locations -- Old Butte Park, Tautphaus Park, Freeman Park and Community Park -- where there will be public restrooms, public parking and plenty of wide open space to watch the eclipse.


Steven Hawley, a former astronaut and senior manager at NASA, told ABC News he plans to travel from his home in Lawrence, Kansas, about 1,000 miles to Jackson to watch the eclipse. It will be his first time seeing a total eclipse from the ground.


The 2017 Wyoming Eclipse Festival will take place in Casper, where residents, scientists, photographers and eclipse chasers from across the globe will march to the line of totality in the city on Aug. 21. The festival will also have a lineup of special activities and programs all week long.


Retired NASA astrophysicist and photographer Fred Espenak told ABC News he plans to travel from his home in Portal, Arizona, about 1,000 miles to Casper to speak at eclipse-related events and to watch the event. But if clear skies aren't in the forecast there that day, Espenak said he may travel west or east to another city along the path of totality to get the best view.


Background: A watch-and-wait approach for patients with clinical complete response to neoadjuvant chemoradiation could avoid the morbidity of conventional surgery for rectal cancer. However, the safety of this approach is unclear. We synthesised the evidence for watch-and-wait as a treatment for rectal cancer.


Methods: We systematically searched MEDLINE, Embase, and the grey literature (up to June 28, 2016) for studies of patients with rectal adenocarcinoma managed by watch-and-wait after complete clinical response to neoadjuvant chemoradiation. We determined the proportion of 2-year local regrowth after watch-and-wait. We assessed non-regrowth recurrence, cancer-specific mortality, disease-free survival, and overall survival from studies comparing patients who had watch-and-wait versus those who had radical surgery after detection of clinical complete response or versus patients with pathological complete response.


Findings: We identified 23 studies including 867 patients with median follow-up of 12-68 months. Pooled 2-year local regrowth was 157% (95% CI 118-201); 954% (95% CI 896-993) of patients with regrowth had salvage therapies. There was no significant difference between patients managed with watch-and-wait after a clinical complete response and patients with pathological complete response identified at resection with respect to non-regrowth recurrence (risk ratio [RR] 146, 95% CI 070-305) or cancer-specific mortality (RR 087, 95% CI 038-199). Although there was no significant difference in overall survival between groups (hazard ratio [HR] 073, 95% CI 035-151), disease-free survival was better in the surgery group (HR 047, 95% CI 028-078). We found no significant difference between patients managed with watch-and-wait and patients with clinical complete response treated with surgery in terms of non-regrowth recurrence (RR 058, 95% CI 018-190), cancer-specific mortality (RR 058, 95% CI 006-584), disease-free survival (HR 056, 95% CI 020-160), or overall survival (HR 391, 95% CI 057-2672).


Interpretation: Most patients treated by watch-and-wait avoid radical surgery and of those who have regrowth almost all have salvage therapy. Although we detected no significant differences in non-regrowth cancer recurrence or overall survival in patients treated with watch-and-wait versus surgery, few patients have been studied and more prospective studies are needed to confirm long-term safety. 041b061a72


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