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Symbol Sourcebook

Author : Henry Dreyfuss
ISBN : UOM:39015013057537
Genre : Reference
File Size : 25.40 MB
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Category: Reference

Drafting Symbol Sourcebook

Author : Doug Wolff
ISBN : 0070713324
Genre : Technology & Engineering
File Size : 34.54 MB
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Essential at the drafting table and handy in the field, this one-stop source makes unnecessary the dozens of books and publications, and piles of expensive software, once needed for finding this wealth of information. With this book, you simply flip directly to any needed symbol. Bringing together more than 1,600 distinct drafting and linetype symbols from architecture and engineering, this book provides an unparalleled resource, organized for ease of use.
Category: Technology & Engineering

The Illustrated Signs And Symbols Sourcebook

Author : Adele Nozedar
ISBN : 0007951310
Genre :
File Size : 25.24 MB
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Unlock the lost and hidden meanings of the world's ancient and modern signs and symbols. This is the most comprehensive reference book on symbolic objects that you'll ever find.
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Health Physics In The Healing Arts

Author : United States. Bureau of Radiological Health
ISBN : UCAL:B4193632
Genre : Radiology, Medical
File Size : 50.63 MB
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Category: Radiology, Medical

Visual Communicating

Author : Ralph E. Wileman
ISBN : 0877782482
Genre : Education
File Size : 87.50 MB
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Category: Education

Reading Basquiat

Author : Jordana Moore Saggese
ISBN : 9780520276246
Genre : Art
File Size : 38.52 MB
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Before his death at the age of twenty-seven, Jean-Michel Basquiat completed nearly 2,000 works. These unique compositions—collages of text and gestural painting across a variety of media—quickly made Basquiat one of the most important and widely known artists of the 1980s. Reading Basquiat provides a new approach to understanding the range and impact of this artist’s practice, as well as its complex relationship to several key artistic and ideological debates of the late twentieth century, including the instability of identity, the role of appropriation, and the boundaries of expressionism. Jordana Moore Saggese argues that Basquiat, once known as “the black Picasso,” probes not only the boundaries of blackness but also the boundaries of American art. Weaving together the artist’s interests in painting, writing, and music, this groundbreaking book expands the parameters of aesthetic discourse to consider the parallels Basquiat found among these disciplines in his exploration of the production of meaning. Most important, Reading Basquiat traces the ways in which Basquiat constructed large parts of his identity—as a black man, as a musician, as a painter, and as a writer—via the manipulation of texts in his own library.
Category: Art

Left To Right

Author : David Crow
ISBN : 9782940373369
Genre : Art
File Size : 71.66 MB
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The Picture Book takes readers on a journey through our increasingly visual culture--a journey that asks us to consider how technological change has influenced the way we think, the way we see, and the way we communicate. The trend in mass media communication is toward the visual, and even our written language is becoming more and more visually driven. Nontext elements in this book showcase the latest ideas in sending clear messages without words--messages that can be understood universally, by everyone who can see, regardless of the language they speak.
Category: Art

Symbolism Synesthesia And Semiotics Multidisciplinary Approach

Author : Bonaventure Balla
ISBN : 9781477155448
Genre : Science
File Size : 84.3 MB
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Have you ever heard about symbols and sounds or music inherently associated with colors? Have you ever heard about people who always dream in color, see sounds or hear colors, odors, and who cannot dissociate days of week, months, numbers and letters from specific colors? This phenomenon is real and called synesthesia. It can be literary, scientific, and/or cognitive. It is analyzed within the framework of symbolism and neuroscience. It takes place in the left hemisphere of the human brain and the neo-cortex. It is activated by the limbic system and the tangling of two or more synapses. In this book, I aspire to reflect on this phenomenon under the auspices of symbolism and neuroscience. However, I will emphasize the literary aspect of synesthesia (synesthesia as a metaphor) while pondering on symbolism as a general trend along with its scientific and cognitive aspects.
Category: Science

Visual And Spatial Analysis

Author : Boris Kovalerchuk
ISBN : 9781402029585
Genre : Computers
File Size : 70.43 MB
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Advanced visual analysis and problem solving has been conducted successfully for millennia. The Pythagorean Theorem was proven using visual means more than 2000 years ago. In the 19th century, John Snow stopped a cholera epidemic in London by proposing that a specific water pump be shut down. He discovered that pump by visually correlating data on a city map. The goal of this book is to present the current trends in visual and spatial analysis for data mining, reasoning, problem solving and decision-making. This is the first book to focus on visual decision making and problem solving in general with specific applications in the geospatial domain - combining theory with real-world practice. The book is unique in its integration of modern symbolic and visual approaches to decision making and problem solving. As such, it ties together much of the monograph and textbook literature in these emerging areas. This book contains 21 chapters that have been grouped into five parts: (1) visual problem solving and decision making, (2) visual and heterogeneous reasoning, (3) visual correlation, (4) visual and spatial data mining, and (5) visual and spatial problem solving in geospatial domains. Each chapter ends with a summary and exercises. The book is intended for professionals and graduate students in computer science, applied mathematics, imaging science and Geospatial Information Systems (GIS). In addition to being a state-of-the-art research compilation, this book can be used a text for advanced courses on the subjects such as modeling, computer graphics, visualization, image processing, data mining, GIS, and algorithm analysis.
Category: Computers

Reiki Sourcebook Revised Ed

Author : Stiene
ISBN : 9781846946486
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
File Size : 61.85 MB
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The most comprehensive book on the system of Reiki ever published, this book will become an invaluable asset for Reiki novices, students and teachers alike. Bringing together every important piece of information that has been taught, discussed or written about Reiki since its development in the early 1900s, it includes information from sources such as living students of the Reiki teachers, Mikao Usui, Chujiro Hayashi and Hawayo Takata.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit