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by Kargon, Robert; Achinstein, Peter; Kelvin, William Thomson, Baron, In Sir William Thomson later Lord Kelvin delivered a significant series of lectures on physics at the Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore. The lectures remain important because, through their explicit presentation of the theories and metaphysical assumptions of the Newtonian mechanistic tradition, they illuminate the roots of the revolution in physics that began around This book presents the twenty lectures in their original form for the first time. A greatly revised version of Topics: Kelvin, William Thomson, Baron, , Kelvin, William Thomson, , Kelvin, William by Nielson, C.
by Shepard, Roger N; Cooper, Lynn A. This book collects some of the most exciting pioneering work in perceptual and cognitive psychology. The authors' quantitative approach to the study of mental images and their representation is clearly depicted in this invaluable volume of research which presents, interprets, evaluates, and extends their work. The selections are preceded by a thorough review of the history of their experiments, and all of the articles have been updated with reviews of the current literature. The book's first by Riemsdijk, Henk C. In the last 30 years, linguists have built a considerable and highly sophisticated body of work on generative grammar.
Today the field is more active than ever before. Introduction to the Theory of Grammar makes available to teachers and students of syntax a comprehensive critical review of the main results of present day grammatical theory and shows how they were achieved. It presents the central questions, shows how and why they were asked, what the answers were, and how these have led to new Topics: Grammar, Comparative and general -- Syntax, Generative grammar, Gramática transformacional, by Bateman, Glenn. Includes bibliographical references and index Topics: Magnetohydrodynamic instabilities, Tokamaks, Magnétohydrodynamique, Plasma Gaz ionisés , by Cootner, Paul Harold.
The traditional assumption that stock price changes could in theory be forecast by sufficiently detailed analysis of previous price fluctuations has only recently been found to have little empirical support when examined statistically. Some investigators now conclude that stock price changes are best approximated by classical Brownian motion. Topics: Speculation, Stock exchanges, Probabilities. by Séquin, Carlo H. This conference is the thirteenth in a series that has been held at CalTech, MIT, University of North Carolina, and Stanford. Systems design and integration is the special focus of the conference. Carlo H. Sí©quin is a professor at the University of California, Berkeley. Richard tr. But his magnum opus is certainly The Great Art, the first full bloom of Renaissance mathematics. by Philip J. Stone, Dexter C. Dunphy, Marshall S. Smith, and Daniel M. The General Inquirer is a unique set of procedures for identifying, in a useful and meaningful way, recurrent patterns within the rich variety of mans written and spoken communications.
Using the computer to implement analysis procedures, the General Inquirer provides a remarkably flexible common referent for testing the hypotheses of different investigators. It provides investigators with explicit procedures that can be exchanged, applied to one anothers data, discussed, argued, and revised, Viewing the earth : the social construction of the Landsat satellite system. by Mack, Pamela Etter. Viewing the Earth examines the role played by interest groups in shaping the process of technological change, offering valuable insights into how technologies evolve. It traces the history of Landsat from its origins through the launch and use of the first few satellites, showing how a variety of forces shape the form and the eventual reception of any new technology. The Landsat earth resources satellite system was a project of The National Aeronautics and Space Administration that was created Topics: United States.
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Landsat satellites, Astronautics and by Isaacs, Harold R. Harold Robert , , compiler. Straw Sandals is a collection of 23 stories, a play, and a poem by 16 Chinese writers selected to represent the radical literature produced in China between and It was assembled in Peking in by Harold R. Isaacs with the advice and guidance of Lu Hsn, Chinas foremost literary figure of this century, and Mao Tun, leading novelist of the younger group that had gathered around Lu Hsn in those tumultuous years. Topics: Short stories, Chinese -- Translations into English, Manners and customs, Short stories, Chinese, by Wattenberg, Frank, Computers can be effective tools for participating in the affairs of the world. They can also be used by the "experts" to erect barriers to participation.
This book is a self-contained tutorial that can assist any reader with a background in high school mathematics in learning how to apply personal computing to enhance his or her understanding of modern quantitative methods in such areas as politics and economics, in environment and ecology, or in probability and statistics. The first Topics: Mathematics, Computer programming, Mathematics Use of Computers. John Von Neumann and Norbert Wiener : from mathematics to the technologies of life and death. by Heims, Steve J. John von Neumann and Norbert Wiener were mathematician-scientists, both child prodigies born near the turn of the century. As young men each made profound contributions to abstract mathematics. Topics: Von Neumann, John, , Wiener, Norbert, , Von Neumann, John , Wiener, by Tong, Pin; Rossettos, John N. John Nicholas. The theoretical foundations of Chinese medicine : systems of correspondence. by Porkert, Manfred, author. Although in the United States the scientific value of acupuncture is only now being clinically evaluated for the first time, needling is only one of a number of therapeutic disciplines which have proved effective in China for over two thousand years and which today provide common remedies for more than one quarter of the worlds population.
Why, asks Dr. Porkert, shouldnt medical men everywhere have access to the premises and results of this medical knowledge? Topics: Medicine, Chinese, Medicine, East Asian Traditional, Philosophy, Medical, Médecine chinoise, Medicinal plants of East and Southeast Asia : attributed properties and uses. by Perry, Lily May, ; Metzger, Judith. Bibliography: p. by Marshall R. A volume in The M. Studies in Comparative Politics Series, The Emerging Elite is the first intensive study of the political leadership of any South Asian country. The assessment was undertaken through an analysis of historical data to determine traditional leadership patterns and through evaluation of attitudinal and biographical data on every individual to have held national political office in Ceylon since by Nordlinger, Eric A.
Bostons fourteen Little City Halls and the Office of Public Service, which administers them, are an experiment that Joseph S. Slavet, Director of the Boston Urban Observatory, calls one of the more innovative and controversial models of urban decentralization operating throughout the nation. Topics: Decentralization in government -- Massachusetts -- Boston, Municipal services -- Massachusetts by Meadows, A. Arthur Jack. Prasad and K. Larson, "A low-cost, open-source, and distributed ocean profiling sensor node," IEEE Sensors Applications Symposium SAS , , pp. Reddy, R. Williams and C.
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The study of literary style is often regarded as the exclusive province of the literary critic; yet, since verbal and literary expression are types of behavior involving the use of linguistic forms in a cultural context, it is apparent that the linguist, the psychologist, and the anthropologist are also concerned with aspects of verbal and literary style. The question then arises: Will interaction between these diverse disciplines result in a clearer understanding of the nature and Topics: Psyche, Sprachstil, Stil, Stylistique. KARDIO : a study in deep and qualitative knowledge for expert systems. by Bratko, Ivan, ; Mozetič, Igor; Lavrač, Nada. This book is the first detailed account of the development of a complex and successful expert system based on deep and qualitative knowledge.
It shows how the qualitative modeling approach, using logic based representations and machine learning techniques, can be used to construct knowledge bases whose complexity is far beyond the capability of traditional, dialogue based techniques of knowledge acquisition. The relevant techniques are demonstrated in full detail in the building of Kardio, a by Akhundov, Murad Davudovich, author. This fresh and original work by a young Soviet philosopher of science is a noteworthy event. Murad Akhundov combines a technical proficiency in science with a deep interest and understanding of the cultural and historical background of scientific concepts. He uses these disparate points of view and his broad knowledge of both Western and Soviet scholarship to shed new light on the classical problem of the sources, evolution, and current directions of human conceptions of space and time.
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Collected Works have now been reprinted here. These pioneering articles - written between the mids and the mids - are of enduring value not only to computer historians but to computer scientists at Topics: Von Neumann, John, , Von Neumann, John , Von Neumann, John, Electronic digital by Gelfand, I. A major achievement of Soviet mathematics education is the extensive program of extracurricular activities designed to discover and train future mathematicians and scientists at an early age. In recent years this program has taken on new dimensions. In , the world-renowned mathematician, I. Gelfand, organized the Mathematics Correspondence School at Moscow University. Admission is based on highly competitive examinations. By more than 8, gifted secondary school students were Topics: Sequences Mathematics -- Problems, exercises, etc, Combinations -- Problems, exercises, etc, by Hunter, Louis C.
This richly documented overview of the evolution of power systems completes a major contribution to the history of American technology, business, and society. Volume 1, a survey of the continuing use of water power in the nineteenth century, was published in and was awarded the Dexter Prize in the history of technology. Volume 2, published shortly after Hunter's death in , dealt with the advent of steam power. Now Lynwood Bryant has edited and completed Hunter's draft materials to Topics: Water-power -- Economic aspects -- United States -- History, Water rights -- United States Source: removedNEL. by von Hippel, Arthur R. World revolutionary elites : studies in coercive ideological movements.
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