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Absence Of Clutter

Author : Paul Stephens
ISBN : 9780262043670
Genre : Art and literature
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"This book offers the first comprehensive critical account of minimal writing-works of text art, visual literature and poetry that are generally shorter than a sentence. Minimal writing can be beguilingly simple on the surface, but it can also present extreme interpretive challenges. Post-1960s visual art is strongly characterized by the "linguistic turn," and artists such as Lawrence Weiner, Carl Andre, Dan Graham, Joseph Kosuth, Lucy Lippard and Jenny Holzer built highly visible careers from text-based art. Stephens argues that minimal poets working during this same period produced work of equal complexity and power, and shows how minimal writing has enjoyed a recent resurgence among writers working with emergent publication platforms, as well as among those working with computer code. The rise of minimalism in the 1960s can also be understood in relation to new developments in media. Whereas many 60s pop artists and New York School poets gleefully included the detritus of mass culture in their work, minimal and conceptual artists and writers stripped language down to its most basic components. Presented is a pre-history of minimal writing beginning with modernism and continuing through concrete poetry in the 1950s, but the bulk of the book centers on a careful media-archival account of post-1965 poetry and text art"--
Category: Art and literature

Radar Handbook

Author : Merrill Ivan Skolnik
ISBN : UOM:39015026561673
Genre : Radar
File Size : 35.95 MB
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Category: Radar

Radar Data Processing

Author : Alfonso Farina
ISBN : 0863800386
Genre : Digital computer simulation
File Size : 84.84 MB
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Category: Digital computer simulation

Millimeter Wave Radar Targets And Clutter

Author : Gennadiĭ Petrovich Kulemin
ISBN : 1580537340
Genre : Technology & Engineering
File Size : 83.9 MB
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This ground-breaking resource offers you a detailed treatment of EDGE and its critical role in the development of the mobile Internet. The book explains how this global radio based high-speed mobile data standard can be introduced into GSM/GPRS networks, improving data transmission speeds to support multimedia services. It enables you to become thoroughly knowledgeable of EDGE specifications and covers concepts pertaining to several domains, including RF, signal processing, digital communications and communication networks.
Category: Technology & Engineering

General Requirements And Performance Standards For Shipborne Radiocommunications And Navigational Equipment

Author : International Maritime Organization
ISBN : MINN:31951D035324355
Genre : Aids to navigation
File Size : 67.10 MB
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The new consolidated edition of Performance Standards for Shipborne Radiocommunications and Navigational Equipment incorporates all amendments adopted up to December 2010 including: bridge alert management;revised performance standards and functional requirementsfor the long-range identification and tracking of ships;rvised performance standards for enhanced group call (ECG) equipment and Code of Alerts & Indicators, 2009
Category: Aids to navigation

Proceedings

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ISBN : UCAL:B3817396
Genre : Electric circuits
File Size : 22.56 MB
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Category: Electric circuits

Frequency Agility And Diversity

Author : David Knox Barton
ISBN : WISC:89042792978
Genre : Technology & Engineering
File Size : 27.52 MB
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Aged Care Nursing

Author : Susan Carmody
ISBN : UOM:39015058817779
Genre : Medical
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With increased life expectancy, the aged population has grown markedly throughout the world, but there is a shortage of experienced nurses with expertise in the holistic care of the elderly. This book is written to inspire and empower such nurses. Care of the aged has a long and noble history within the nursing profession. Respect for the dignity of the elderly and a commitment to their well-being have inspired generations of nurses. But it is only in more recent times that aged-care nursing has really 'come of age' with the provision of sound evidence-based nursing practice. The traditional ethical approach to aged-care nursing has thus become combined with sound scientific knowledge in a modern holistic model of care. Aged Care Nursing: A Guide to Practice is written by clinicians for clinicians. Each chapter describes contemporary nursing practice in a specific area of aged care. The inclusion of evidence-based and outcome-based practices throughout the book ensures that all readers, be they novices or experts, will have a reliable and beneficial reference to guide their practice. The chapter authors are from several countries, and the content of each chapter is presented generically to ensure international applicability. Each author is a recognised expert in his or her subject area, and all present their topics with a focus that is practical, rather than academic.
Category: Medical