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xv, 215 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Math & Statistics Library
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QA276.12 .S235 2015 Unknown
Book
xix, 189 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Education Library (Cubberley)
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H62 .H447 2015 Unknown
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  • Introduction / Christopher P.M Waters
  • The International Court of Justice and human rights treaty bodies / Sir Nigel Radley
  • The contribution of Judge Antonio Augusto Cançado Trindade to the adjudication of international human rights at the International Court of Justice / Robert P. Barnidge
  • The Pinochet judgment fifteen years on / J Craig Barker
  • Balancing liberty and the Security Council judicial responses to the conflict between chapter 7 resolutions and human rights law under the Council's targeted sanctions regime / David Leary
  • The EU's protection of ECHR standards : more stringent than the Bosphorus legacy? / Tawhida Ahmed
  • Adjudicating on the rights of sexual minorities in the Muslim world / Javaid Rehman
  • A feminist human rights perspective on the use of internal relocation by asylum adjudicators / Nora Honkala
  • Persistent objector teflon? : customary international human rights law and the United States in international adjudicative proceedings / James A. Green
  • The role of truth commissions in adjudicating human rights violations / Alison Bisset
  • Adjudicating human rights in the preventive sphere / Malcolm D. Evans.
  • Introduction / Christopher P.M Waters
  • The International Court of Justice and human rights treaty bodies / Sir Nigel Radley
  • The contribution of Judge Antonio Augusto Cançado Trindade to the adjudication of international human rights at the International Court of Justice / Robert P. Barnidge
  • The Pinochet judgment fifteen years on / J Craig Barker
  • Balancing liberty and the Security Council judicial responses to the conflict between chapter 7 resolutions and human rights law under the Council's targeted sanctions regime / David Leary
  • The EU's protection of ECHR standards : more stringent than the Bosphorus legacy? / Tawhida Ahmed
  • Adjudicating on the rights of sexual minorities in the Muslim world / Javaid Rehman
  • A feminist human rights perspective on the use of internal relocation by asylum adjudicators / Nora Honkala
  • Persistent objector teflon? : customary international human rights law and the United States in international adjudicative proceedings / James A. Green
  • The role of truth commissions in adjudicating human rights violations / Alison Bisset
  • Adjudicating human rights in the preventive sphere / Malcolm D. Evans.
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  • 1. Advanced sensor nanomaterials for aerospace applications / Gary W. Hunter, Jennifer C. Xu, Laura J. Evans, Luis F. Fonseca, Ram Katiyar, María M. Martínez-Iñesta, Wilfredo Otaño, Neeraj Panwar, and Randy L. Vander Wal
  • 2. Challenges and possibilities in nanosensor technology / Gary W. Hunter, Laura Evans, Jennifer Xu, Azlin Biaggi-Labiosa, Randy L. Vander Wal, Luis F. Fonseca, Gordon M. Berger, and Mike J. Kulis
  • 3. Nanoporous materials in atmosphere revitalization / Arturo J. Hernández-Maldonado, Yasuyuki Ishikawa, Raphael G. Raptis, Bernadette Luna, Lila Mulloth, Christian Junaedi, Subir Roychoudhury, and Jay L. Perry
  • 4. Nanotechnology in advanced life support : water recycling / Michael Flynn, Eduardo Nicolau, and Carlos R. Cabrera
  • 5. Nanomaterials for advanced lithium-ion battery anodes / Richard S. Baldwin, James J. Wu, and William R. Bennett
  • 6. Advances in designing high-energy cathode materials for li-ion rechargeable batteries / Ram S. Katiyar and Gurpreet Singh
  • 7. Nanomaterials in regenerative fuel cells / Thomas I. Valdez, Ileana González-González, and Carlos R. Cabrera
  • 8. Nanotechnology for nanoelectronic devices / Félix A. Miranda and Harish M. Manohara
  • 9. Brief introduction to nanocomposites for electromagnetic shielding / Stefano Bellucci and Federico Micciulla
  • 10. Epoxy nanocomposite based on carbon nanotubes for electromagnetic interface shielding / Stefano Bellucci and Federico Micciulla
  • 11. Bringing NASA-relevant nanotechnology research into the classroom / Ana-Rita Mayol, Christian L. Menéndez, Melissa Dávila, and Liz M. Díaz-Vázquez
  • 12. Future directions in nanotechnology R&D at NASA / Michael A. Meador.
  • 1. Advanced sensor nanomaterials for aerospace applications / Gary W. Hunter, Jennifer C. Xu, Laura J. Evans, Luis F. Fonseca, Ram Katiyar, María M. Martínez-Iñesta, Wilfredo Otaño, Neeraj Panwar, and Randy L. Vander Wal
  • 2. Challenges and possibilities in nanosensor technology / Gary W. Hunter, Laura Evans, Jennifer Xu, Azlin Biaggi-Labiosa, Randy L. Vander Wal, Luis F. Fonseca, Gordon M. Berger, and Mike J. Kulis
  • 3. Nanoporous materials in atmosphere revitalization / Arturo J. Hernández-Maldonado, Yasuyuki Ishikawa, Raphael G. Raptis, Bernadette Luna, Lila Mulloth, Christian Junaedi, Subir Roychoudhury, and Jay L. Perry
  • 4. Nanotechnology in advanced life support : water recycling / Michael Flynn, Eduardo Nicolau, and Carlos R. Cabrera
  • 5. Nanomaterials for advanced lithium-ion battery anodes / Richard S. Baldwin, James J. Wu, and William R. Bennett
  • 6. Advances in designing high-energy cathode materials for li-ion rechargeable batteries / Ram S. Katiyar and Gurpreet Singh
  • 7. Nanomaterials in regenerative fuel cells / Thomas I. Valdez, Ileana González-González, and Carlos R. Cabrera
  • 8. Nanotechnology for nanoelectronic devices / Félix A. Miranda and Harish M. Manohara
  • 9. Brief introduction to nanocomposites for electromagnetic shielding / Stefano Bellucci and Federico Micciulla
  • 10. Epoxy nanocomposite based on carbon nanotubes for electromagnetic interface shielding / Stefano Bellucci and Federico Micciulla
  • 11. Bringing NASA-relevant nanotechnology research into the classroom / Ana-Rita Mayol, Christian L. Menéndez, Melissa Dávila, and Liz M. Díaz-Vázquez
  • 12. Future directions in nanotechnology R&D at NASA / Michael A. Meador.
Book
1 online resource : text file, PDF.
  • part 1. Basis for compression and communication
  • part 2. Scalable video coding
  • part 3. Directional transforms
  • part 4. Vision-based compression
  • part 5. Compressive communication
  • part 6. Pseudo-analog transmission
  • part 7. Future work.
  • part 1. Basis for compression and communication
  • part 2. Scalable video coding
  • part 3. Directional transforms
  • part 4. Vision-based compression
  • part 5. Compressive communication
  • part 6. Pseudo-analog transmission
  • part 7. Future work.
Book
xvi, 186 pages : illustrations, map ; 24 cm.
"This book explores the West-Central African role in, and experience during, the expansion of international society"-- Provided by publisher.
"This book explores the West-Central African role in, and experience during, the expansion of international society"-- Provided by publisher.
Green Library
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JZ1773 .P45 2015 Unknown
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xii, 356 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm
  • Introduction
  • Reframing and rerepresenting African affairs
  • Africa's environments
  • The 'Scramble for Africa' and the state of European geographic knowledge on the region
  • Rural Africa
  • Africa's mobile phone revolution: informal economy, creativity and informal spaces
  • Migration
  • Water
  • Health
  • Land and food
  • Climate change
  • China and Africa
  • African futures.
  • Introduction
  • Reframing and rerepresenting African affairs
  • Africa's environments
  • The 'Scramble for Africa' and the state of European geographic knowledge on the region
  • Rural Africa
  • Africa's mobile phone revolution: informal economy, creativity and informal spaces
  • Migration
  • Water
  • Health
  • Land and food
  • Climate change
  • China and Africa
  • African futures.
Green Library
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GF701 .G73 2015 Unknown
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xxxiv, 417 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
"A long road to substantive levels of industrialization still lies ahead of most African countries. The challenges facing policy-makers, industrialists, industrial development activist and all other actors in these countries are enormous. This raises the question as to, what role the international community should play in the 21st century to provide support intended to expedite Africa's industrial development.This book argues that arrangements should be leveraged to build the productive capacities of the African economies, in order to enable them to take advantage of the market opportunities arising from preferential market access terms within various stripes of regional trade agreements (RTAs) and multilateral liberalization and demonstrates how African-EU co-operation can help build sustainable and competitive productive capacities in Africa"-- Provided by publisher.
"Of the fifty-four African states, only South Africa is categorised by the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) amongst industrialised countries. The economic activities in Africa are still dominated by the production and trade of agricultural and mineral commodities. This situation is in spite of the longstanding Africa-European Union (EU) co-operation, which intends, among other things, to support Africa's industrialization endeavours. Imperatively, a long road to substantive levels of industrialization still lies ahead of the African countries. This raises the question as to, what role the international community could and should play in the 21st century to provide the support needed to expedite Africa's industrial transformation. This book argues that to supplement the initiatives of each African country, international partnerships, of both 'North-South' and 'South-South' nature, will serve better purposes, if they are leveraged to develop productive capacities in African economies. In order to enable the African countries to leverage their traditional partnership with the EU for industrialisation, a paradigm shift is obligatory. A feasible model should emulate the Japanese-led 'flying geese' model and the Chinese-led 'bamboo capitalism model"-- Provided by publisher.
"A long road to substantive levels of industrialization still lies ahead of most African countries. The challenges facing policy-makers, industrialists, industrial development activist and all other actors in these countries are enormous. This raises the question as to, what role the international community should play in the 21st century to provide support intended to expedite Africa's industrial development.This book argues that arrangements should be leveraged to build the productive capacities of the African economies, in order to enable them to take advantage of the market opportunities arising from preferential market access terms within various stripes of regional trade agreements (RTAs) and multilateral liberalization and demonstrates how African-EU co-operation can help build sustainable and competitive productive capacities in Africa"-- Provided by publisher.
"Of the fifty-four African states, only South Africa is categorised by the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) amongst industrialised countries. The economic activities in Africa are still dominated by the production and trade of agricultural and mineral commodities. This situation is in spite of the longstanding Africa-European Union (EU) co-operation, which intends, among other things, to support Africa's industrialization endeavours. Imperatively, a long road to substantive levels of industrialization still lies ahead of the African countries. This raises the question as to, what role the international community could and should play in the 21st century to provide the support needed to expedite Africa's industrial transformation. This book argues that to supplement the initiatives of each African country, international partnerships, of both 'North-South' and 'South-South' nature, will serve better purposes, if they are leveraged to develop productive capacities in African economies. In order to enable the African countries to leverage their traditional partnership with the EU for industrialisation, a paradigm shift is obligatory. A feasible model should emulate the Japanese-led 'flying geese' model and the Chinese-led 'bamboo capitalism model"-- Provided by publisher.
Green Library
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HC800 .Z9 I532 2015 Unknown
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xii, 100 pages : illustrations, maps ; 21 cm.
  • Introduction: Africanizing democracies or democratizing Africa?
  • Politics
  • Economics
  • Health and healing
  • Women, gender, and sexuality
  • Security
  • Epilogue: Democracy, or something else?.
  • Introduction: Africanizing democracies or democratizing Africa?
  • Politics
  • Economics
  • Health and healing
  • Women, gender, and sexuality
  • Security
  • Epilogue: Democracy, or something else?.
Green Library
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JQ1879 .A15 D385 2015 Unknown
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344 p. ill. 21 x 15 cm
Stanford University Libraries
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  • 1. Introduction to the age, period, and cohort mix
  • 2. Multiple classification models and constrained regression
  • 3. Geometry of age-period-cohort (APC) models and constrained estimation
  • 4. Estimable functions approach
  • 5. Partitioning the variance in age-period-cohort (APC) models
  • 6. Factor-characteristic approach
  • 7. Conclusions : an empirical example.
  • 1. Introduction to the age, period, and cohort mix
  • 2. Multiple classification models and constrained regression
  • 3. Geometry of age-period-cohort (APC) models and constrained estimation
  • 4. Estimable functions approach
  • 5. Partitioning the variance in age-period-cohort (APC) models
  • 6. Factor-characteristic approach
  • 7. Conclusions : an empirical example.
Book
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  • pt. 1. Water
  • pt. 2. Soil and land
  • pt. 3. Energy and greenhouse gases
  • pt. 4. Impact of population growth.
  • pt. 1. Water
  • pt. 2. Soil and land
  • pt. 3. Energy and greenhouse gases
  • pt. 4. Impact of population growth.
Book
160 p. : ill. (some col.)
  • 1. Message to John
  • 2. Shirley Holland Ringgenberg
  • 3. Marianne Ringgenberg
  • 4. Gretchen Holland Sleamon
  • 5. Alison Butler
  • 6. Manja Holland
  • 7. Michael Arbib
  • 8. W. Brian Arthur
  • 9. Robert Axelrod
  • 10. Robert L. Axtell
  • 11. Ronda Butler-Villa
  • 12. Paul N. Courant
  • 13. Tom Dawson
  • 14. Kenneth De Jong
  • 15. Alice Fulton
  • 16. Helena Hong Gao
  • 17. Dave Goldberg
  • 18. Ellen Goldberg
  • 19. Jing Han
  • 20. Douglas Hofstadter
  • 21. Erica Jen
  • 22. Stuart Kauffman
  • 23. Steve Lansing
  • 24. Simon Levin
  • 25. Melanie Mitchell
  • 26. Scott E. Page
  • 27. Mercedes Pascual
  • 28. Jerry Sabloff
  • 29. Carl P. Simon
  • 30. Qing Tian
  • 31. Jan W. Vasbinder
  • 32. Mitchell Waldrop
  • 33. William S-Y. Wang
  • 34. Tom Westerdale
  • 35. Wei Zeng
  • 36. Xiaomu Zhou
  • 37. Time line of big events in John's life so far
  • 38. Ph.D. students under John's supervision since 1965.
John Holland is one of the few scientists, who all by themselves and by their pursuits, helped change the course of science and the wealth of human knowledge. There is hardly a field of science or problems, that is not affected by John's work on complexity and in particular, complex adaptive systems. On the occasion of his 85th birthday, many of his friends wrote about John, about facets of this remarkable man that only people close to him can know and tell. This book collects those stories highlighting aspects of the creation of complexity science that will most likely not be found in the books on John's works. The stories and anecdotes about his quests, his collaborators, and his friends, show his incredible mind, his boyish curiosity and explorative energy, his philosophy of life, his enormous hospitality and natural inclination to make friends.
  • 1. Message to John
  • 2. Shirley Holland Ringgenberg
  • 3. Marianne Ringgenberg
  • 4. Gretchen Holland Sleamon
  • 5. Alison Butler
  • 6. Manja Holland
  • 7. Michael Arbib
  • 8. W. Brian Arthur
  • 9. Robert Axelrod
  • 10. Robert L. Axtell
  • 11. Ronda Butler-Villa
  • 12. Paul N. Courant
  • 13. Tom Dawson
  • 14. Kenneth De Jong
  • 15. Alice Fulton
  • 16. Helena Hong Gao
  • 17. Dave Goldberg
  • 18. Ellen Goldberg
  • 19. Jing Han
  • 20. Douglas Hofstadter
  • 21. Erica Jen
  • 22. Stuart Kauffman
  • 23. Steve Lansing
  • 24. Simon Levin
  • 25. Melanie Mitchell
  • 26. Scott E. Page
  • 27. Mercedes Pascual
  • 28. Jerry Sabloff
  • 29. Carl P. Simon
  • 30. Qing Tian
  • 31. Jan W. Vasbinder
  • 32. Mitchell Waldrop
  • 33. William S-Y. Wang
  • 34. Tom Westerdale
  • 35. Wei Zeng
  • 36. Xiaomu Zhou
  • 37. Time line of big events in John's life so far
  • 38. Ph.D. students under John's supervision since 1965.
John Holland is one of the few scientists, who all by themselves and by their pursuits, helped change the course of science and the wealth of human knowledge. There is hardly a field of science or problems, that is not affected by John's work on complexity and in particular, complex adaptive systems. On the occasion of his 85th birthday, many of his friends wrote about John, about facets of this remarkable man that only people close to him can know and tell. This book collects those stories highlighting aspects of the creation of complexity science that will most likely not be found in the books on John's works. The stories and anecdotes about his quests, his collaborators, and his friends, show his incredible mind, his boyish curiosity and explorative energy, his philosophy of life, his enormous hospitality and natural inclination to make friends.
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438 p. ; 24 cm.
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x, 213 pages ; 24 cm.
"With the televised events of 1989, territories of Eastern and Central Europe that had been marked as impenetrable and inaccessible to the Western gaze exploded into visibility. As the narratives of the Cold War crumbled, new narratives emerged and new geographies were produced on and by American television. Using an understudied archive of American news broadcasts, and tracing their flashes and echoes through travel guides and narratives of return written by Eastern European-Americans, this book explores American ways of seeing and mapping communism's disintegration and the narratives articulated around post-communist sites and subjects"-- Provided by publisher.
"With the televised events of 1989, territories of Eastern and Central Europe that had been marked as impenetrable and inaccessible to the Western gaze exploded into visibility. As the narratives of the Cold War crumbled, new narratives emerged and new geographies were produced on and by American television. Using an understudied archive of American news broadcasts, and tracing their flashes and echoes through travel guides and narratives of return written by Eastern European-Americans, this book explores American ways of seeing and mapping communism's disintegration and the narratives articulated around post-communist sites and subjects"-- Provided by publisher.
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P96 .E862 B68 2015 Unknown
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1 online resource (444 p.) : digital, PDF file(s).