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The Calendar In Revolutionary France

Author : Sanja Perovic
ISBN : 9781139537032
Genre : Literary Criticism
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One of the most unusual decisions of the leaders of the French Revolution - and one that had immense practical as well as symbolic impact - was to abandon customarily-accepted ways of calculating date and time to create a Revolutionary calendar. The experiment lasted from 1793 to 1805, and prompted all sorts of questions about the nature of time, ways of measuring it and its relationship to individual, community, communication and creative life. This study traces the course of the Revolutionary Calendar, from its cultural origins to its decline and fall. Tracing the parallel stories of the calendar and the literary genius of its creator, Sylvain Maréchal, from the Enlightenment to the Napoleonic era, Sanja Perovic reconsiders the status of the French Revolution as the purported 'origin' of modernity, the modern experience of time, and the relationship between the imagination and political action.
Category: Literary Criticism

Issues In Information Science Research 2013 Edition

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ISBN : 9781490107264
Genre : Computers
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Issues in Information Science Research / 2013 Edition is a ScholarlyEditions™ book that delivers timely, authoritative, and comprehensive information about Web and Grid Services. The editors have built Issues in Information Science Research: 2013 Edition on the vast information databases of ScholarlyNews.™ You can expect the information about Web and Grid Services in this book to be deeper than what you can access anywhere else, as well as consistently reliable, authoritative, informed, and relevant. The content of Issues in Information Science Research: 2013 Edition has been produced by the world’s leading scientists, engineers, analysts, research institutions, and companies. All of the content is from peer-reviewed sources, and all of it is written, assembled, and edited by the editors at ScholarlyEditions™ and available exclusively from us. You now have a source you can cite with authority, confidence, and credibility. More information is available at http://www.ScholarlyEditions.com/.
Category: Computers

Foundations Of Health Information Engineering And Systems

Author : Jens Weber
ISBN : 9783642390883
Genre : Computers
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This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed post-conference proceedings of the Second International Symposium on Foundations of Health Information Engineering and Systems, FHIES 2012, held in Paris, France, in August 2012. The 11 revised full papers presented together with 3 short papers in this volume were carefully reviewed and selected from 26 submissions. Topics of interest covered in this volume are such as software engineering; systems engineering; data engineering; applied mathematics; and psychology.
Category: Computers

Situating Children Of Migrants Across Borders And Origins

Author : Claudio Bolzman
ISBN : 9789402411416
Genre : Social Science
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This open access wide-ranging collation of papers examines a host of issues in studying second-generation immigrants, their life courses, and their relations with older generations. Tightly focused on methodological aspects, both quantitative and qualitative, the volume features the work of authors from numerous countries, from differing disciplines, and approaches. A key addition in a corpus of literature which has until now been restricted to studying the childhood, adolescence and youth of the children of immigrants, the material includes analysis of longitudinal and transnational efforts to address challenges such as defining the population to be studied, and the difficulties of follow-up research that spans both time and geographic space. In addition to perceptive reviews of extant literature, chapters also detail work in surveying the children of immigrants in Europe, the USA, and elsewhere. Authors address key questions such as the complexities of surveying each generation in families where parents have migrated and left children in their country of origin, and the epistemological advances in methodology which now challenge assumptions based on the Westphalian nation-state paradigm. The book is in part an outgrowth of temporal factors (immigrants’ children are now reaching adulthood in more significant numbers), but also reflects the added sophistication and sensitivity of social science surveys. In linking theoretical and methodological factors, it shows just how much the study of these second generations, and their families, can be enriched by evolving methodologies.​This book is open access under a CC BY license
Category: Social Science

The Greatest Grid

Author : Hilary Ballon
ISBN : 0231159900
Genre : History
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"Published to coincide with an exhibition at the Museum of the City of New York celebrating the bicentennial of the 1811 Commissioners' Plan of Manhattan, this volume does more than memorialize such a visionary effort, it serves as an enduring reference full of rare images and information."--P. [4] of cover.
Category: History

Punch

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ISBN : ONB:+Z256814501
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Full Field Measurements And Identification In Solid Mechanics

Author : Michel Grediac
ISBN : 9781118578476
Genre : Science
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This timely book presents cutting-edge developments by experts in the field on the rapidly developing and scientifically challenging area of full-field measurement techniques used in solid mechanics – including photoelasticity, grid methods, deflectometry, holography, speckle interferometry and digital image correlation. The evaluation of strains and the use of the measurements in subsequent parameter identification techniques to determine material properties are also presented. Since parametric identification techniques require a close coupling of theoretical models and experimental measurements, the book focuses on specific modeling approaches that include finite element model updating, the equilibrium gap method, constitutive equation gap method, virtual field method and reciprocity gap method. In the latter part of the book, the authors discuss two particular applications of selected methods that are of special interest to many investigators: the analysis of localized phenomenon and connections between microstructure and constitutive laws. The final chapter highlights infrared measurements and their use in the mechanics of materials. Written and edited by knowledgeable scientists, experts in their fields, this book will be a valuable resource for all students, faculties and scientists seeking to expand their understanding of an important, growing research area
Category: Science

1 500 Color Mixing Recipes For Oil Acrylic Watercolor

Author : William F Powell
ISBN : 9781600582837
Genre : Art
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Provides instruction on mixing color combinations for painting subjects ranging from apples and cabbage to skin tones and buffalo.
Category: Art

The Digital Turn In Architecture 1992 2012

Author : Mario Carpo
ISBN : 9781118425916
Genre : Architecture
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Now almost 20 years old, the digital turn in architecture has already gone through several stages and phases. Architectural Design (AD) has captured them all – from folding to cyberspace, nonlinearity and hypersurfaces, from versioning to scripting, emergence, information modelling and parametricism. It has recorded and interpreted the spirit of the times with vivid documentary precision, fostering and often anticipating crucial architectural and theoretical developments. This anthology of AD’s most salient articles is chronologically and thematically arranged to provide a complete historical timeline of the recent rise to pre-eminence of computer-based design and production. Mario Carpo provides an astute overview of the recent history of digital design in his comprehensive introductory essay and in his leaders to each original text. A much needed pedagogical and research tool for students and scholars, this synopsis also relates the present state of digitality in architecture to the history and theory of its recent development and trends, and raises issues of crucial importance for the contemporary practice of the design professions. A comprehensive anthology on digital architecture edited by one of its most eminent scholars in this field, Mario Carpo. Includes seminal texts by Bernard Cache, Peter Eisenman, John Frazer, Charles Jencks, Greg Lynn, Achim Menges and Patrik Schumacher. Features key works by FOA, Frank Gehry, Zaha Hadid, Ali Rahim, Lars Spuybroek/NOX, Kas Oosterhuis and SHoP.
Category: Architecture

Architecture Concepts

Author : Bernard Tschumi
ISBN : UCSD:31822038714341
Genre : Architecture
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Philosophy and architecture by Bernard Tschumi.
Category: Architecture

What Makes A Great City

Author : Alexander Garvin
ISBN : 9781610917582
Genre : Architecture
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One of Planetizen's Top Planning Books for 2017 - San Francisco Chronicle's 2016 Holiday Books Gift Guide Pick What makes a great city? City planner and architect Alexander Garvin set out to answer this question by observing cities, largely in North America and Europe, with special attention to Paris, London, New York, and Vienna. For Garvin, greatness is about what people who shape cities can do to make a city great. A great city is a dynamic, constantly changing place that residents and their leaders can reshape to satisfy their demands. Most importantly, it is about the interplay between people and public realm, and how they have interacted throughout history to create great cities. What Makes a Great City will help readers understand that any city can be changed for the better and inspire entrepreneurs, public officials, and city residents to do it themselves.
Category: Architecture

Geostatistics

Author : Jean-Paul Chilès
ISBN : 9781118136171
Genre : Mathematics
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Praise for the First Edition ". . . a readable, comprehensive volume that . . . belongs onthe desk, close at hand, of any serious researcher orpractitioner." —Mathematical Geosciences The state of the art in geostatistics Geostatistical models and techniques such as kriging andstochastic multi-realizations exploit spatial correlations toevaluate natural resources, help optimize their development, andaddress environmental issues related to air and water quality, soilpollution, and forestry. Geostatistics: Modeling SpatialUncertainty, Second Edition presents a comprehensive, up-to-datereference on the topic, now featuring the latest developments inthe field. The authors explain both the theory and applications ofgeostatistics through a unified treatment that emphasizesmethodology. Key topics that are the foundation of geostatisticsare explored in-depth, including stationary and nonstationarymodels; linear and nonlinear methods; change of support;multivariate approaches; and conditional simulations. The SecondEdition highlights the growing number of applications ofgeostatistical methods and discusses three key areas of growth inthe field: New results and methods, including kriging very large datasets;kriging with outliers; nonse??parable space-time covariances;multipoint simulations; pluri-gaussian simulations; gradualdeformation; and extreme value geostatistics Newly formed connections between geostatistics and otherapproaches such as radial basis functions, Gaussian Markov randomfields, and data assimilation New perspectives on topics such as collocated cokriging, krigingwith an external drift, discrete Gaussian change-of-support models,and simulation algorithms Geostatistics, Second Edition is an excellent book for courseson the topic at the graduate level. It also serves as an invaluablereference for earth scientists, mining and petroleum engineers,geophysicists, and environmental statisticians who collect andanalyze data in their everyday work.
Category: Mathematics

Designing Information

Author : Joel Katz
ISBN : 9781118420096
Genre : Design
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"The book itself is a diagram of clarification, containing hundredsof examples of work by those who favor the communication ofinformation over style and academic postulation—and those whodon't. Many blurbs such as this are written without a thoroughreading of the book. Not so in this case. I read it and love it. Isuggest you do the same." —Richard Saul Wurman "This handsome, clearly organized book is itself a prime exampleof the effective presentation of complex visual information." —eg magazine "It is a dream book, we were waiting for…on the field ofinformation. On top of the incredible amount of presented knowledgethis is also a beautifully designed piece, very easy tofollow…" —Krzysztof Lenk, author of Mapping Websites:Digital Media Design "Making complicated information understandable is becoming thecrucial task facing designers in the 21st century. WithDesigning Information, Joel Katz has created what willsurely be an indispensable textbook on the subject." —Michael Bierut "Having had the pleasure of a sneak preview, I can only say thatthis is a magnificent achievement: a combination of intelligenttext, fascinating insights and - oh yes - graphics. Congratulationsto Joel." —Judith Harris, author of Pompeii Awakened: A Storyof Rediscovery Designing Information shows designers in all fields -from user-interface design to architecture and engineering - how todesign complex data and information for meaning, relevance, andclarity. Written by a worldwide authority on the visualization ofcomplex information, this full-color, heavily illustrated guideprovides real-life problems and examples as well as hypotheticaland historical examples, demonstrating the conceptual and pragmaticaspects of human factors-driven information design. Both successfuland failed design examples are included to help readers understandthe principles under discussion.
Category: Design

Resilience Engineering In Practice

Author : Professor Erik Hollnagel
ISBN : 9781472420749
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Resilience engineering depends on four abilities: the ability a) to respond to what happens, b) to monitor critical developments, c) to anticipate future threats and opportunities, and d) to learn from past experience - successes as well as failures. They
Category: Technology & Engineering

Modern Architecture Through Case Studies 1945 To 1990

Author : Peter Blundell Jones
ISBN : 9781135144098
Genre : Architecture
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Once again, new interpretations are presented of some of the most famous architecture of the period. Work by lesser-known architects, whose influence and role have been overlooked by conventional histories of the subject, is discussed. The case study structure allows each example to be discussed and used as a springboard to explore different theoretical approaches. Filled with beautiful photographs, plans and architect's drawings, this is a clear and accessible discussion on a period of architecture that engages many questions still under debate in architecture today.
Category: Architecture

Topologies

Author : Larry Busbea
ISBN : UOM:39015070696425
Genre : Architecture
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In this first study of the French avant-garde tendency known as spatial urbanism, Larry Busbea analyzes projects by artists and architects (including the most famous spatial practitioner, Yona Friedman) and explores texts (many of which have never before been translated from the French) by Michel Ragon, the influential founder of the Groupe International d'Architecture Prospective (GIAP), Victor Vasarely, and others.
Category: Architecture