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335 pages : color illustrations ; 25 cm.
  • Vorwort
  • Der Weg zum Ubergang Tirols an Osterreich 1363 : Anmerkungen zur Politik im 14. Jahrhundert / Mark Mersiowsky
  • Die Entscheidung von 1363 oder Macht und Ohnmacht einer Fürstin / Julia Hörmann-Thurn und Taxis
  • Überlegungen zur politischen Wirksamkeit von Frauen im 14. Jahrhundert : Margarete Maultasch und Agnes von Ungarn als Erbtöchter, Ehefrauen und Witwen / Ellen Widder
  • Die Integration Tirols in den habsburgischen Herrschaftsbereich / Christian Lackner
  • Die Rolle der Hochstifte von Brixen und Trient / Klaus Brandstätter ...
  • 1363 und der Tiroler Landesadel : Versuch eines Perspektivenwechsels / Gustav Pfeifer
  • Herzog Rudolf IV. als Förderer der Stadt Innsbruck / Gertraud Zeindl
  • Geburt, Hochzeit, Krankheit und Tod in Rechnungsaufzeichnungen des Tiroler Adels im Spätmittelalter / Claudia Feller
  • Vom Land zur Provinz : Zentrum und Peripherie im Wandel der Geschichte / Christoph Haidacher
  • Das "Befreiungsdenkmal" von 1948 am Landhausplatz in Innsbruck und dessen weitere Gestaltung : ein Beitrag zum Umgang mit der Zeitgeschichte und ihren Denkmälern in Innsbruck / Franz-Heinz V. Hye
  • Was ist geblieben von der Eigenständigkeit Tirols? / Wendelin Weingartner
  • (K)ein Baustein Tiroler Identität? Zur Rezeption der Ereignisse von 1363 / Andreas Oberhofer
  • Der so genannte "Brautbecher der Margarete Maultasch" im Blick der kulturgeschichtlichen Fragen zur materiellen Kultur des Spätmittelalters / Christina Antenhofer
  • Inschriftenpaläographische Anmerkungen zum sogenannten "Brautbecher der Margarete Maultasch" / Andreas Zajic
  • Bild und Missbild : die Porträtdarstellungen der Margarete Maultasch / Magdalena Hörmann-Weingartner
  • Aspekte des Kunsttransfers zwischen Osterreich und Tirol im Spätmittelalter / Leo Andergassen
  • Bildnachweis
  • Die Autorinnen und Autoren.
  • Vorwort
  • Der Weg zum Ubergang Tirols an Osterreich 1363 : Anmerkungen zur Politik im 14. Jahrhundert / Mark Mersiowsky
  • Die Entscheidung von 1363 oder Macht und Ohnmacht einer Fürstin / Julia Hörmann-Thurn und Taxis
  • Überlegungen zur politischen Wirksamkeit von Frauen im 14. Jahrhundert : Margarete Maultasch und Agnes von Ungarn als Erbtöchter, Ehefrauen und Witwen / Ellen Widder
  • Die Integration Tirols in den habsburgischen Herrschaftsbereich / Christian Lackner
  • Die Rolle der Hochstifte von Brixen und Trient / Klaus Brandstätter ...
  • 1363 und der Tiroler Landesadel : Versuch eines Perspektivenwechsels / Gustav Pfeifer
  • Herzog Rudolf IV. als Förderer der Stadt Innsbruck / Gertraud Zeindl
  • Geburt, Hochzeit, Krankheit und Tod in Rechnungsaufzeichnungen des Tiroler Adels im Spätmittelalter / Claudia Feller
  • Vom Land zur Provinz : Zentrum und Peripherie im Wandel der Geschichte / Christoph Haidacher
  • Das "Befreiungsdenkmal" von 1948 am Landhausplatz in Innsbruck und dessen weitere Gestaltung : ein Beitrag zum Umgang mit der Zeitgeschichte und ihren Denkmälern in Innsbruck / Franz-Heinz V. Hye
  • Was ist geblieben von der Eigenständigkeit Tirols? / Wendelin Weingartner
  • (K)ein Baustein Tiroler Identität? Zur Rezeption der Ereignisse von 1363 / Andreas Oberhofer
  • Der so genannte "Brautbecher der Margarete Maultasch" im Blick der kulturgeschichtlichen Fragen zur materiellen Kultur des Spätmittelalters / Christina Antenhofer
  • Inschriftenpaläographische Anmerkungen zum sogenannten "Brautbecher der Margarete Maultasch" / Andreas Zajic
  • Bild und Missbild : die Porträtdarstellungen der Margarete Maultasch / Magdalena Hörmann-Weingartner
  • Aspekte des Kunsttransfers zwischen Osterreich und Tirol im Spätmittelalter / Leo Andergassen
  • Bildnachweis
  • Die Autorinnen und Autoren.
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573 p., [7] p. of plates : ill. (some col.) ; 23 cm.
  • Introduction : 1913 cent ans après : enchantements et désenchantements par Marie-Paule Berranger et Colette Camelin -- Perspectives historiques -- Tout le 30ce siècle était-il dans 1913 ? par Pascal Ory -- Jaurès et Péguy face au "monde moderne" en 1913 par Colette Camelin -- Les Décades de Pontigny en 1913 : une histoire de la "glocalisation" dans la première mondialisation-globalisation par François Chaubet -- La littérature francophone d'Afrique noire au prisme d'une poétique de l'autodétermination par Christine Le Quellec Cottier -- La pensée de la vie en question -- À l'épreuve de la guerre et du siècle : d'une philosophie de la vie à une autre par Frédéric Worms -- Nietzsche, rencontres avec le pragmatisme (1913-2013) par Louis Pinto -- Proust, Stravinsky, Freud, avant les horreurs de la guerre par Christophe Paradas -- Aventures du roman -- Ce que ne savaient pas les lecteurs de Du côté de chez Swann par Pierre-Louis Rey -- Le romanesque contre la "littérature" par Hélène Baty-Delalande -- Nouvelles voies romanesques (Alain-Fournier, Larbaud) par Françoise Simonet-Tenant -- Jean Barois et sa postérité : de "l'état de dialogue" au dialogue dans tous ses états par Marie-Hélène Boblet -- "A quoi bon des poètes ?" -- "À quoi bon des poètes en ces temps de détresse?" par Marie-Paule Berranger -- Le mythe du Transsibérien par Claude Leroy -- 1913-2013 dans la poésie russe. À la recherche d'une Europe perdue par Anne Faivre Dupaigre -- 1913 en abyme par Laurence Campa -- Les avant-gardes sur la brèche -- La critique d'art d'Apollinaire en 1913 par Patrick Née -- Topie wilhelminienne et utopies expressionnistes ou comment réenchanter le monde ? par Maurice Godé -- Un enchantement désenchanté : la poupée d'Oskar Kokoschka (1886-1980) par Silke Schauder -- L'art "nouveau" à l'Armory Show (New York, 1913) : quelles conséquences pour la poésie américaine d'aujourd'hui ? par Hélène Aji -- Décloisonner l'affect/repenser l'avant-garde avec Roger Fry et le Groupe de Bloomsbury : le cas des Ateliers Omega par Catherine Bernard -- 1913 en spectacle -- 1913 : un mythe musical par Claude Coste -- Cinéma 1913 par Francis Vanoye -- 1913 : le théâtre au seuil du XXe siècle ? par Marco Consolini.
"L'année 1913 est le moment où la culture européenne, à son sommet, semble suspendue au bord de l'abîme. Revenir sur le paysage intellectuel et artistique de 1913 nous permettra-t-il de mieux nous orienter aujourd'hui ? C'est le pari qui est le nôtre. Il s'agit de comprendre ce qui a fécondé le XXe siècle, mais aussi ce qui lui a manqué, ce qui a été perdu pendant les apocalypses et les glaciations qui ont suivi. De quels espoirs, de quelles illusions, de quelles révoltes cette génération fut-elle porteuse ? Les années qui ont précédé la guerre sont un prodigieux laboratoire de formes nouvelles, aussi voit-on souvent 1913 comme l'origine de cette modernité esthétique revendiquée par les avant-gardes. Nous avons cherché, pour notre part, à montrer la richesse et les tensions de cette année-là. L'Homme sans qualités de Musil incarne "un homme du possible" qui traite la réalité comme "une tâche et une invention perpétuelles". C'était en 1913 : quels sont nos possibles aujourd'hui ?"--P. [4] of cover.
  • Introduction : 1913 cent ans après : enchantements et désenchantements par Marie-Paule Berranger et Colette Camelin -- Perspectives historiques -- Tout le 30ce siècle était-il dans 1913 ? par Pascal Ory -- Jaurès et Péguy face au "monde moderne" en 1913 par Colette Camelin -- Les Décades de Pontigny en 1913 : une histoire de la "glocalisation" dans la première mondialisation-globalisation par François Chaubet -- La littérature francophone d'Afrique noire au prisme d'une poétique de l'autodétermination par Christine Le Quellec Cottier -- La pensée de la vie en question -- À l'épreuve de la guerre et du siècle : d'une philosophie de la vie à une autre par Frédéric Worms -- Nietzsche, rencontres avec le pragmatisme (1913-2013) par Louis Pinto -- Proust, Stravinsky, Freud, avant les horreurs de la guerre par Christophe Paradas -- Aventures du roman -- Ce que ne savaient pas les lecteurs de Du côté de chez Swann par Pierre-Louis Rey -- Le romanesque contre la "littérature" par Hélène Baty-Delalande -- Nouvelles voies romanesques (Alain-Fournier, Larbaud) par Françoise Simonet-Tenant -- Jean Barois et sa postérité : de "l'état de dialogue" au dialogue dans tous ses états par Marie-Hélène Boblet -- "A quoi bon des poètes ?" -- "À quoi bon des poètes en ces temps de détresse?" par Marie-Paule Berranger -- Le mythe du Transsibérien par Claude Leroy -- 1913-2013 dans la poésie russe. À la recherche d'une Europe perdue par Anne Faivre Dupaigre -- 1913 en abyme par Laurence Campa -- Les avant-gardes sur la brèche -- La critique d'art d'Apollinaire en 1913 par Patrick Née -- Topie wilhelminienne et utopies expressionnistes ou comment réenchanter le monde ? par Maurice Godé -- Un enchantement désenchanté : la poupée d'Oskar Kokoschka (1886-1980) par Silke Schauder -- L'art "nouveau" à l'Armory Show (New York, 1913) : quelles conséquences pour la poésie américaine d'aujourd'hui ? par Hélène Aji -- Décloisonner l'affect/repenser l'avant-garde avec Roger Fry et le Groupe de Bloomsbury : le cas des Ateliers Omega par Catherine Bernard -- 1913 en spectacle -- 1913 : un mythe musical par Claude Coste -- Cinéma 1913 par Francis Vanoye -- 1913 : le théâtre au seuil du XXe siècle ? par Marco Consolini.
"L'année 1913 est le moment où la culture européenne, à son sommet, semble suspendue au bord de l'abîme. Revenir sur le paysage intellectuel et artistique de 1913 nous permettra-t-il de mieux nous orienter aujourd'hui ? C'est le pari qui est le nôtre. Il s'agit de comprendre ce qui a fécondé le XXe siècle, mais aussi ce qui lui a manqué, ce qui a été perdu pendant les apocalypses et les glaciations qui ont suivi. De quels espoirs, de quelles illusions, de quelles révoltes cette génération fut-elle porteuse ? Les années qui ont précédé la guerre sont un prodigieux laboratoire de formes nouvelles, aussi voit-on souvent 1913 comme l'origine de cette modernité esthétique revendiquée par les avant-gardes. Nous avons cherché, pour notre part, à montrer la richesse et les tensions de cette année-là. L'Homme sans qualités de Musil incarne "un homme du possible" qui traite la réalité comme "une tâche et une invention perpétuelles". C'était en 1913 : quels sont nos possibles aujourd'hui ?"--P. [4] of cover.
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  • Part I Uncertainty modeling of geodetic data
  • 1. Modeling Data Quality Using Artificial Neural Networks
  • 2. Magic Square of Real Spectral and Time Series Analysis with an Application to Moving Average Processes
  • 3. Describing the Quality of Inequality Constrained Estimates
  • 4. GNSS Integer Ambiguity Validation Procedures: Sensitivity Analysis
  • 6. Optimal Design of Deformation Monitoring Networks Using the Global Optimization Methods
  • Part II Theoretical Studies on Combination Strategies and Parameter Estimation
  • 7. Towards the Combination of Data Sets from Various Observation Techniques
  • 8. On the Weighted Total Least Squares Solutions
  • 9. Integration of Observations and Models in a Consistent Least Squares Adjustment Model
  • 10. Comparison of Different Combination Strategies Applied for the Computation of Terrestrial Reference Frames and Geodetic Parameter Series
  • 11. W-Ratio Test as an Integer Aperture Estimator: Pull-in Regions and Ambiguity Validation Performance
  • 12. Performing 3D Similarity Transformation Using the Weighted Total Least-Squares Method
  • 13. Comparison of Spatial Analyzer and Different Adjustment Programs. Part III Recursive State-Space Filtering
  • 14. State-Space Filtering With Respect to Data Imprecision and Fuzziness
  • 15. Unscented Kalman Filter Algorithm with Colored Noise and its Application in Spacecraft Attitude Estimation
  • 16. Principles and Comparisons of Various Adaptively Robust Filters with Applications in Geodetic Positioning
  • 17. Alternative Nonlinear Filtering Techniques in Geodesy for Dual State and Adaptive Parameter Estimation
  • Part IV Sensor Networks and Multi Sensor Systems in Engineering Geodesy
  • 18. Parametric Modeling of Static and Dynamic Processes in Engineering Geodesy
  • 19. Land subsidence in Mahyar plain, Central Iran, studied using SBAS-InSAR Method. 20. Recent Impacts of Sensor Network Technology on Engineering Geodesy
  • 21. Design of Artificial Neural Networks for Change-Point Detection. 22. Spatial and Temporal Kinematics of the Inylchek Glacier in Kyrgyzstan Derived From Lands at and ASTER Imagery
  • 23. Response Automation in Geodetic Sensor Networks by Means of Bayesian Networks. 24. Efficiency Optimization of Surveying Processes
  • 25. Modeling and Propagation of Quality Parameters in Engineering Geodesy Processes in Civil Engineering
  • Part V Multi-Mission Approaches With View to Physical Processes in the Earth System
  • 26. Completion of band-limited data sets on the sphere.
These proceedings contain 25 papers, which are the peer-reviewed versions of presentations made at the 1st International Workshop on the Quality of Geodetic Observation and Monitoring (QuGOMS?11), held 13 April to 15 April 2011 in Garching, Germany. The papers were drawn from five sessions which reflected the following topic areas: (1) Uncertainty Modeling of Geodetic Data, (2) Theoretical Studies on Combination Strategies and Parameter Estimation, (3) Recursive State-Space Filtering, (4) Sensor Networks and Multi Sensor Systems in Engineering Geodesy, (5) Multi-Mission Approaches With View to Physical Processes in the Earth System.
  • Part I Uncertainty modeling of geodetic data
  • 1. Modeling Data Quality Using Artificial Neural Networks
  • 2. Magic Square of Real Spectral and Time Series Analysis with an Application to Moving Average Processes
  • 3. Describing the Quality of Inequality Constrained Estimates
  • 4. GNSS Integer Ambiguity Validation Procedures: Sensitivity Analysis
  • 6. Optimal Design of Deformation Monitoring Networks Using the Global Optimization Methods
  • Part II Theoretical Studies on Combination Strategies and Parameter Estimation
  • 7. Towards the Combination of Data Sets from Various Observation Techniques
  • 8. On the Weighted Total Least Squares Solutions
  • 9. Integration of Observations and Models in a Consistent Least Squares Adjustment Model
  • 10. Comparison of Different Combination Strategies Applied for the Computation of Terrestrial Reference Frames and Geodetic Parameter Series
  • 11. W-Ratio Test as an Integer Aperture Estimator: Pull-in Regions and Ambiguity Validation Performance
  • 12. Performing 3D Similarity Transformation Using the Weighted Total Least-Squares Method
  • 13. Comparison of Spatial Analyzer and Different Adjustment Programs. Part III Recursive State-Space Filtering
  • 14. State-Space Filtering With Respect to Data Imprecision and Fuzziness
  • 15. Unscented Kalman Filter Algorithm with Colored Noise and its Application in Spacecraft Attitude Estimation
  • 16. Principles and Comparisons of Various Adaptively Robust Filters with Applications in Geodetic Positioning
  • 17. Alternative Nonlinear Filtering Techniques in Geodesy for Dual State and Adaptive Parameter Estimation
  • Part IV Sensor Networks and Multi Sensor Systems in Engineering Geodesy
  • 18. Parametric Modeling of Static and Dynamic Processes in Engineering Geodesy
  • 19. Land subsidence in Mahyar plain, Central Iran, studied using SBAS-InSAR Method. 20. Recent Impacts of Sensor Network Technology on Engineering Geodesy
  • 21. Design of Artificial Neural Networks for Change-Point Detection. 22. Spatial and Temporal Kinematics of the Inylchek Glacier in Kyrgyzstan Derived From Lands at and ASTER Imagery
  • 23. Response Automation in Geodetic Sensor Networks by Means of Bayesian Networks. 24. Efficiency Optimization of Surveying Processes
  • 25. Modeling and Propagation of Quality Parameters in Engineering Geodesy Processes in Civil Engineering
  • Part V Multi-Mission Approaches With View to Physical Processes in the Earth System
  • 26. Completion of band-limited data sets on the sphere.
These proceedings contain 25 papers, which are the peer-reviewed versions of presentations made at the 1st International Workshop on the Quality of Geodetic Observation and Monitoring (QuGOMS?11), held 13 April to 15 April 2011 in Garching, Germany. The papers were drawn from five sessions which reflected the following topic areas: (1) Uncertainty Modeling of Geodetic Data, (2) Theoretical Studies on Combination Strategies and Parameter Estimation, (3) Recursive State-Space Filtering, (4) Sensor Networks and Multi Sensor Systems in Engineering Geodesy, (5) Multi-Mission Approaches With View to Physical Processes in the Earth System.
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  • Improving the Consistency of Multi-LOD Citygml Datasets by Removing Redundancy
  • Generalization of 3D IFC Building Models
  • Modeling and Managing Topology for 3-D Track Planning Applications
  • Multi-Resolution Models: Recent Progress in Coupling 3D Geometry to Environmental Numerical Simulation
  • Crisp Clustering Algorithm for 3D Geospatial Vector Data Quantization
  • A Hybrid Approach Integrating 3d City Models, Remotely Sensed Sar Data And Interval-Valued Fuzzy Soft Set Based Decision Making for Post Disaster Mapping of Urban Areas
  • Change Detection in Citygml Documents
  • Change Detection of Cities
  • Advances in Structural Monitoring by an Integrated Analysis of Sensor Measurements and 3d Building Model
  • Requirements on Building Models Enabling The Guidance In A Navigation Scenario Using Cognitive Concepts
  • Context Aware Indoor Route Planning using Semantic 3d Building Models with Cloud Computing
  • Exploring the Benefits of 3D city Models in the Field of Urban Particles Distribution Modelling ? a Comparison of Model Results
  • 3d Modelling with National Coverage: Bridging the Gap between Research and Practice
  • Out-of-core Visualization of Classified 3D Point Clouds
  • Modeling Visibility in 3d Space: A Qualitative Frame of Reference.
Nowadays 3D Geoinformation is needed for many planning and analysis tasks. For example, 3D city and infrastructure models are paving the way for complex environmental and noise analyzes. 3D geological sub-surface models are needed for reservoir exploration in the oil-, gas-, and geothermal industry. Thus 3D Geoinformation brings together researchers and practitioners from different fields such as the geo-sciences, civil engineering, 3D city modeling, 3D geological and geophysical modeling, and, last but not least, computer science. The diverse challenges of 3D Geoinformation Science concern new approaches and the development of standards for above- and under-ground 3D modeling, efficient 3D data management, visualization and analysis. Finally, the integration of different 3D approaches and data models is seen as one of the most important challenges to be solved.
  • Improving the Consistency of Multi-LOD Citygml Datasets by Removing Redundancy
  • Generalization of 3D IFC Building Models
  • Modeling and Managing Topology for 3-D Track Planning Applications
  • Multi-Resolution Models: Recent Progress in Coupling 3D Geometry to Environmental Numerical Simulation
  • Crisp Clustering Algorithm for 3D Geospatial Vector Data Quantization
  • A Hybrid Approach Integrating 3d City Models, Remotely Sensed Sar Data And Interval-Valued Fuzzy Soft Set Based Decision Making for Post Disaster Mapping of Urban Areas
  • Change Detection in Citygml Documents
  • Change Detection of Cities
  • Advances in Structural Monitoring by an Integrated Analysis of Sensor Measurements and 3d Building Model
  • Requirements on Building Models Enabling The Guidance In A Navigation Scenario Using Cognitive Concepts
  • Context Aware Indoor Route Planning using Semantic 3d Building Models with Cloud Computing
  • Exploring the Benefits of 3D city Models in the Field of Urban Particles Distribution Modelling ? a Comparison of Model Results
  • 3d Modelling with National Coverage: Bridging the Gap between Research and Practice
  • Out-of-core Visualization of Classified 3D Point Clouds
  • Modeling Visibility in 3d Space: A Qualitative Frame of Reference.
Nowadays 3D Geoinformation is needed for many planning and analysis tasks. For example, 3D city and infrastructure models are paving the way for complex environmental and noise analyzes. 3D geological sub-surface models are needed for reservoir exploration in the oil-, gas-, and geothermal industry. Thus 3D Geoinformation brings together researchers and practitioners from different fields such as the geo-sciences, civil engineering, 3D city modeling, 3D geological and geophysical modeling, and, last but not least, computer science. The diverse challenges of 3D Geoinformation Science concern new approaches and the development of standards for above- and under-ground 3D modeling, efficient 3D data management, visualization and analysis. Finally, the integration of different 3D approaches and data models is seen as one of the most important challenges to be solved.
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"This volume contains selected articles from the 4th International Congress in Advances in Applied Physics and Materials Science held in Fethiye from April 24-27, 2014 ... Topics were inclusive of Condensed Matter Physics, Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, Optical Physics, Quantum Electronics and Photonics, Materials Science and Engineering, Materials Science & Art, Economic & Environmental Issues in Materials Selection, Engineering and Industrial Physics, Instrumentation Metrology and Standards, Quantum, Atomic and Nuclear Physics and Chaos and Complex Systems."--Preface.
"This volume contains selected articles from the 4th International Congress in Advances in Applied Physics and Materials Science held in Fethiye from April 24-27, 2014 ... Topics were inclusive of Condensed Matter Physics, Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, Optical Physics, Quantum Electronics and Photonics, Materials Science and Engineering, Materials Science & Art, Economic & Environmental Issues in Materials Selection, Engineering and Industrial Physics, Instrumentation Metrology and Standards, Quantum, Atomic and Nuclear Physics and Chaos and Complex Systems."--Preface.
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This volume presents the proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on the Development of Biomedical Engineering in Vietnam which was held from June 16-18, 2014 in Ho Chi Minh City. The volume reflects the progress of Biomedical Engineering and discusses problems and solutions. I aims identifying new challenges, and shaping future directions for research in biomedical engineering fields including medical instrumentation, bioinformatics, biomechanics, medical imaging, drug delivery therapy, regenerative medicine and entrepreneurship in medical devices.
This volume presents the proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on the Development of Biomedical Engineering in Vietnam which was held from June 16-18, 2014 in Ho Chi Minh City. The volume reflects the progress of Biomedical Engineering and discusses problems and solutions. I aims identifying new challenges, and shaping future directions for research in biomedical engineering fields including medical instrumentation, bioinformatics, biomechanics, medical imaging, drug delivery therapy, regenerative medicine and entrepreneurship in medical devices.
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  • Acknowledgements List of Table, Figures, and Maps Abbreviations Introduction Federico De Romanis and Marco Maiuro Part 1 - The Cradle of the Ancient India Trade: The Red Sea 1 Red Sea Trade and the State Andrew Wilson 2 Trajan's Canal: River Navigation from the Nile to the Red Sea? Jean-Jacques Aubert 3 Pearls, Power, and Profit: Mercantile Networks and Economic Considerations of the Pearl Trade in the Roman Empire Katia Schorle 4 Roman Policy on the Red Sea in the Second Century CE Dario Nappo 5 Roman Trade with the Far East: Evidence for Nabataean Middlemen in Puteoli Taco Terpstra Part 2 - Comparative Perspectives on the India Trade 6 Indian Gold Crossing the Indian Ocean Through the Millennia Harry Falk 7 'Regions that Look Seaward': Changing Fortunes, Submerged Histories, and the Slow Capitalism of the Sea Jairus Banaji 8 Comparative Perspectives on the Pepper Trade Federico De Romanis 9 Into the East: European Merchants in Asian Markets During the Early Modern Period Martha Howell Afterword Elio Lo Cascio References Index of Sources General Index.
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Across the Ocean contains nine essays, each dedicated to a key question in the history of the trade relations between the Mediterranean and the Indian Ocean from Antiquity to the Early Modern period: the role of the state in the Red Sea trade, Roman policy in the Red Sea, the function of Trajan's Canal, the pepper trade, the pearl trade, the Nabataean middlemen, the use of gold in ancient India, the constant renewal of the Indian Ocean ports of trade, and the rise and demise of the VOC.
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  • Acknowledgements List of Table, Figures, and Maps Abbreviations Introduction Federico De Romanis and Marco Maiuro Part 1 - The Cradle of the Ancient India Trade: The Red Sea 1 Red Sea Trade and the State Andrew Wilson 2 Trajan's Canal: River Navigation from the Nile to the Red Sea? Jean-Jacques Aubert 3 Pearls, Power, and Profit: Mercantile Networks and Economic Considerations of the Pearl Trade in the Roman Empire Katia Schorle 4 Roman Policy on the Red Sea in the Second Century CE Dario Nappo 5 Roman Trade with the Far East: Evidence for Nabataean Middlemen in Puteoli Taco Terpstra Part 2 - Comparative Perspectives on the India Trade 6 Indian Gold Crossing the Indian Ocean Through the Millennia Harry Falk 7 'Regions that Look Seaward': Changing Fortunes, Submerged Histories, and the Slow Capitalism of the Sea Jairus Banaji 8 Comparative Perspectives on the Pepper Trade Federico De Romanis 9 Into the East: European Merchants in Asian Markets During the Early Modern Period Martha Howell Afterword Elio Lo Cascio References Index of Sources General Index.
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Across the Ocean contains nine essays, each dedicated to a key question in the history of the trade relations between the Mediterranean and the Indian Ocean from Antiquity to the Early Modern period: the role of the state in the Red Sea trade, Roman policy in the Red Sea, the function of Trajan's Canal, the pepper trade, the pearl trade, the Nabataean middlemen, the use of gold in ancient India, the constant renewal of the Indian Ocean ports of trade, and the rise and demise of the VOC.
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  • PART I - KEY LECTURES -- 1. 4D-VAR: four dimensional variational assimilation -- 2. Four-dimensional variational data assimilation -- 3. Introduction to the Kalman filter -- 4. Smoothers -- 5. Observation influence diagnostic of a data assimilation system -- 6. Observation impact on the short range forecast -- PART II - SPECIALIZED LECTURES -- 7. Background error covariances: estimation and specification -- 8. Observation error specifications -- 9. Errors. A posteriori diagnostics -- 10. Error dynamics in ensemble Kalman filter systems: Localization -- 11. Short-range error statistics in an ensemble Kalman filter -- 12. Error dynamics in ensemble Kalman filter systems: System error -- 13. Particle filters for the geosciences -- 14. Second order methods for error propagation in variational data assimilation -- 15. Adjoints by automatic differentiation -- 16. Assimilation of images -- 17. Multigrid algorithms and local mesh refinement methods in the context of variational data assimilation -- 18. Selected topics in multiscale data assimilation -- 19. Data assimilation in meteorology -- 20. An introduction to inverse modelling and parameter estimation for atmospheric and oceanic sciences -- 21. Greenhouse gas fluxes inversion -- 22. Data assimilation in atmospheric chemistry and air quality -- 23. Combining models and data in large-scale oceanography: examples from the consortium for Estimating the Circulation and Climate of the Ocean (ECCO) -- 24. Data assimilation in coastal oceanography: IS4DVAR in the Regional Ocean Modeling System (ROMS) -- 25. Data assimilation in glaciology.
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Data assimilation aims at determining as accurately as possible the state of a dynamical system by combining heterogeneous sources of information in an optimal way. Generally speaking, the mathematical methods of data assimilation describe algorithms for forming optimal combinations of observations of a system, a numerical model that describes its evolution, and appropriate prior information. Data assimilation has a long history of application to high-dimensional geophysical systems dating back to the 1960s, with application to the estimation of initial conditions for weather forecasts. It has become a major component of numerical forecasting systems in geophysics, and an intensive field of research, with numerous additional applications in oceanography, atmospheric chemistry, and extensions to other geophysical sciences. The physical complexity and the high dimensionality of geophysical systems have led the community of geophysics to make significant contributions to the fundamental theory of data assimilation. This book gathers notes from lectures and seminars given by internationally recognized scientists during a three-week school held in the Les Houches School of physics in 2012, on theoretical and applied data assimilation. It is composed of (i) a series of main lectures, presenting the fundamentals of the most commonly used methods, and the information theory background required to understand and evaluate the role of observations; (ii) a series of specialized lectures, addressing various aspects of data assimilation in detail, from the most recent developments of the theory to the specificities of various thematic applications.
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  • PART I - KEY LECTURES -- 1. 4D-VAR: four dimensional variational assimilation -- 2. Four-dimensional variational data assimilation -- 3. Introduction to the Kalman filter -- 4. Smoothers -- 5. Observation influence diagnostic of a data assimilation system -- 6. Observation impact on the short range forecast -- PART II - SPECIALIZED LECTURES -- 7. Background error covariances: estimation and specification -- 8. Observation error specifications -- 9. Errors. A posteriori diagnostics -- 10. Error dynamics in ensemble Kalman filter systems: Localization -- 11. Short-range error statistics in an ensemble Kalman filter -- 12. Error dynamics in ensemble Kalman filter systems: System error -- 13. Particle filters for the geosciences -- 14. Second order methods for error propagation in variational data assimilation -- 15. Adjoints by automatic differentiation -- 16. Assimilation of images -- 17. Multigrid algorithms and local mesh refinement methods in the context of variational data assimilation -- 18. Selected topics in multiscale data assimilation -- 19. Data assimilation in meteorology -- 20. An introduction to inverse modelling and parameter estimation for atmospheric and oceanic sciences -- 21. Greenhouse gas fluxes inversion -- 22. Data assimilation in atmospheric chemistry and air quality -- 23. Combining models and data in large-scale oceanography: examples from the consortium for Estimating the Circulation and Climate of the Ocean (ECCO) -- 24. Data assimilation in coastal oceanography: IS4DVAR in the Regional Ocean Modeling System (ROMS) -- 25. Data assimilation in glaciology.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Data assimilation aims at determining as accurately as possible the state of a dynamical system by combining heterogeneous sources of information in an optimal way. Generally speaking, the mathematical methods of data assimilation describe algorithms for forming optimal combinations of observations of a system, a numerical model that describes its evolution, and appropriate prior information. Data assimilation has a long history of application to high-dimensional geophysical systems dating back to the 1960s, with application to the estimation of initial conditions for weather forecasts. It has become a major component of numerical forecasting systems in geophysics, and an intensive field of research, with numerous additional applications in oceanography, atmospheric chemistry, and extensions to other geophysical sciences. The physical complexity and the high dimensionality of geophysical systems have led the community of geophysics to make significant contributions to the fundamental theory of data assimilation. This book gathers notes from lectures and seminars given by internationally recognized scientists during a three-week school held in the Les Houches School of physics in 2012, on theoretical and applied data assimilation. It is composed of (i) a series of main lectures, presenting the fundamentals of the most commonly used methods, and the information theory background required to understand and evaluate the role of observations; (ii) a series of specialized lectures, addressing various aspects of data assimilation in detail, from the most recent developments of the theory to the specificities of various thematic applications.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
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  • Part 1-Medical Image Processing & Analysis: Chapter 1. Proposed Intelligent System to Identify the Level of Risk of Cardiovascular Diseases under the Framework of Bioinformatics
  • Chapter 2. Real Time Eye Detection and Tracking Method For Driver Assistance System
  • Chapter 3. Preprocessing in Early Stage Detection of Diabetic Retinopathy Using Fundus Images
  • Chapter 4. Magnetic Resonance Image Quality Enhancement Using Transform Based Hybrid Filtering
  • Chapter 5. Histogram Based Thresholding for Automated Nucleus Segmentation Using Breast Imprint Cytology
  • Chapter 6. Separation of Touching and Overlapped Human Chromosome Images
  • Chapter 7. Combination of CT Scan and Radioimmunoscintigraphy in Diagnosis and Prognosis of Colorectal Cancer
  • Chapter 8. Enhanced Color Image Segmentation by Graph Cut Method in General and Medical Images
  • Chapter 9. A New Approach for Color Distorted Region Removal in Diabetic Retinopathy Detection
  • Part 2-Biomedical Instrumentation & Measurements: Chapter 10. A New Heat Treatment Topology for Reheating of Blood Tissues after Open Heart Surgery
  • Chapter 11. Real Time Monitoring of Arterial Pulse Waveform Parameters Using Low Cost, Non-invasive Force Transducer
  • Chapter 12. Selection of Relevant Features from Cognitive EEG Signals Using Relief and MRMR Algorithm
  • Chapter 13. Generalised Orthogonal Partial Directed Coherence as a Measure of Neural Information Flow During Meditation
  • Chapter 14. An Approach for Identification Using Knuckle and Fingerprint Biometrics Employing Wavelet Based Image Fusion and SIFT Feature Detection
  • Chapter 15. Development of a Multidrug Transporter Deleted Yeast-Based Highly Sensitive Fluorescent Biosensor to Determine the (anti)androgenic Endocrine Disruptors from Environment
  • Chapter 16. Simulation of ICA-PI Controller of DC Motor in Surgical Robots for Biomedical Application
  • Chapter 17. Development of a Wireless Attendant Calling System for Improved Patient Care
  • Chapter 18. A Review on Visual Brain Computer Interface
  • Chapter 19. Design of Lead-Lag Based Internal Model Controller for Binary Distillation Column
  • Chapter 20. Clinical Approach towards Electromyography (EMG) Signal Capturing Phenomenon Introducing Instrumental Activity
  • Chapter 21. Brain Machine Interface Automation System: Simulation Approach
  • Part 3-DSP & Clinical applications: Chapter 22. Cognitive Activity Classification from EEG Signals with an Interval Type-2 Fuzzy System
  • Chapter 23. Performance Analysis of Feature Extractors for Object Recognition from EEG Signals
  • Chapter 24. Rectangular Patch Antenna Array Design at 13GHz frequency Using HFSS 14.0
  • Chapter 25. Automated Neural Network Based Classification of HRV and ECG signals of Smokers: A Preliminary Study
  • Chapter 26. Reliable, Real-Time, Low Cost Cardiac Health Monitoring System for Affordable Patient Care
  • Part 4-Embedded Systems & its Applications in Healthcare: Chapter 27. An Ultra-wideband Microstrip Antenna with Dual Band-filtering for Biomedical Applications
  • Chapter 28. Design of Cryoprobe Tip for Pulmonary Vein Isolation
  • Chapter 29. Designing of a Multi-channel Biosignals Acquisition System using NI USB ? 6009
  • Chapter 30. Arsenic Removal through Combined Method Using Synthetic Versus Natural Coagulant
  • Chapter 31. Development of Novel Architectures for Patient Care Monitoring System and Diagnosis
  • Chapter 32. Review on Biocompatibility of ZnO Nanoparticles
  • Chapter 33. Tailoring Characteristic Wavelength Range of Circular Quantum Dots for Detecting Signature of Virus in IR Region
  • Chapter 34. Methodology for a Low-cost Vision Based Rehabilitation System for Stroke Patients
  • Chapter 35. Coacervation ? A Method for Drug Delivery
  • Chapter 36. A Simulation Study of Nanoscale Ultrathin-body InAsSb-on-insulator MOSFETs.
The book is a collection of peer-reviewed scientific papers submitted by active researchers in the 1st International Conference on Advancements of Medical Electronics (ICAME2015). The conference is organized jointly by the Department of Biomedical Engineering and Electronics and Communication Engineering, JIS College of Engineering, West Bengal, India. The primary objective of the conference is to strengthen interdisciplinary research and its applications for the welfare of humanity. A galaxy of academicians, professionals, scientists, statesman and researchers from different parts of the country and abroad got together and shared their knowledge. The book presents research articles of medical image processing & analysis, biomedical instrumentation & measurements, DSP & clinical applications, embedded systems & its applications in healthcare. The book can be referred as a tool for further research.
  • Part 1-Medical Image Processing & Analysis: Chapter 1. Proposed Intelligent System to Identify the Level of Risk of Cardiovascular Diseases under the Framework of Bioinformatics
  • Chapter 2. Real Time Eye Detection and Tracking Method For Driver Assistance System
  • Chapter 3. Preprocessing in Early Stage Detection of Diabetic Retinopathy Using Fundus Images
  • Chapter 4. Magnetic Resonance Image Quality Enhancement Using Transform Based Hybrid Filtering
  • Chapter 5. Histogram Based Thresholding for Automated Nucleus Segmentation Using Breast Imprint Cytology
  • Chapter 6. Separation of Touching and Overlapped Human Chromosome Images
  • Chapter 7. Combination of CT Scan and Radioimmunoscintigraphy in Diagnosis and Prognosis of Colorectal Cancer
  • Chapter 8. Enhanced Color Image Segmentation by Graph Cut Method in General and Medical Images
  • Chapter 9. A New Approach for Color Distorted Region Removal in Diabetic Retinopathy Detection
  • Part 2-Biomedical Instrumentation & Measurements: Chapter 10. A New Heat Treatment Topology for Reheating of Blood Tissues after Open Heart Surgery
  • Chapter 11. Real Time Monitoring of Arterial Pulse Waveform Parameters Using Low Cost, Non-invasive Force Transducer
  • Chapter 12. Selection of Relevant Features from Cognitive EEG Signals Using Relief and MRMR Algorithm
  • Chapter 13. Generalised Orthogonal Partial Directed Coherence as a Measure of Neural Information Flow During Meditation
  • Chapter 14. An Approach for Identification Using Knuckle and Fingerprint Biometrics Employing Wavelet Based Image Fusion and SIFT Feature Detection
  • Chapter 15. Development of a Multidrug Transporter Deleted Yeast-Based Highly Sensitive Fluorescent Biosensor to Determine the (anti)androgenic Endocrine Disruptors from Environment
  • Chapter 16. Simulation of ICA-PI Controller of DC Motor in Surgical Robots for Biomedical Application
  • Chapter 17. Development of a Wireless Attendant Calling System for Improved Patient Care
  • Chapter 18. A Review on Visual Brain Computer Interface
  • Chapter 19. Design of Lead-Lag Based Internal Model Controller for Binary Distillation Column
  • Chapter 20. Clinical Approach towards Electromyography (EMG) Signal Capturing Phenomenon Introducing Instrumental Activity
  • Chapter 21. Brain Machine Interface Automation System: Simulation Approach
  • Part 3-DSP & Clinical applications: Chapter 22. Cognitive Activity Classification from EEG Signals with an Interval Type-2 Fuzzy System
  • Chapter 23. Performance Analysis of Feature Extractors for Object Recognition from EEG Signals
  • Chapter 24. Rectangular Patch Antenna Array Design at 13GHz frequency Using HFSS 14.0
  • Chapter 25. Automated Neural Network Based Classification of HRV and ECG signals of Smokers: A Preliminary Study
  • Chapter 26. Reliable, Real-Time, Low Cost Cardiac Health Monitoring System for Affordable Patient Care
  • Part 4-Embedded Systems & its Applications in Healthcare: Chapter 27. An Ultra-wideband Microstrip Antenna with Dual Band-filtering for Biomedical Applications
  • Chapter 28. Design of Cryoprobe Tip for Pulmonary Vein Isolation
  • Chapter 29. Designing of a Multi-channel Biosignals Acquisition System using NI USB ? 6009
  • Chapter 30. Arsenic Removal through Combined Method Using Synthetic Versus Natural Coagulant
  • Chapter 31. Development of Novel Architectures for Patient Care Monitoring System and Diagnosis
  • Chapter 32. Review on Biocompatibility of ZnO Nanoparticles
  • Chapter 33. Tailoring Characteristic Wavelength Range of Circular Quantum Dots for Detecting Signature of Virus in IR Region
  • Chapter 34. Methodology for a Low-cost Vision Based Rehabilitation System for Stroke Patients
  • Chapter 35. Coacervation ? A Method for Drug Delivery
  • Chapter 36. A Simulation Study of Nanoscale Ultrathin-body InAsSb-on-insulator MOSFETs.
The book is a collection of peer-reviewed scientific papers submitted by active researchers in the 1st International Conference on Advancements of Medical Electronics (ICAME2015). The conference is organized jointly by the Department of Biomedical Engineering and Electronics and Communication Engineering, JIS College of Engineering, West Bengal, India. The primary objective of the conference is to strengthen interdisciplinary research and its applications for the welfare of humanity. A galaxy of academicians, professionals, scientists, statesman and researchers from different parts of the country and abroad got together and shared their knowledge. The book presents research articles of medical image processing & analysis, biomedical instrumentation & measurements, DSP & clinical applications, embedded systems & its applications in healthcare. The book can be referred as a tool for further research.
Book
1 online resource.
  • Advertising Appeals and Processing
  • Online and Mobile Advertising.- TV Advertising and Product Placement
  • Cultural, Gender and Age Issues in Advertising
  • Branding Challenges
  • IMC.
  • Advertising Appeals and Processing
  • Online and Mobile Advertising.- TV Advertising and Product Placement
  • Cultural, Gender and Age Issues in Advertising
  • Branding Challenges
  • IMC.
Book
1 online resource.
  • Part 1Microbial Genetics and Breeding
  • Part 2 Optimization and Control of Biological Process
  • Part 3 Biological Separation and Biological Purification
  • Part 4 Progress of Biotechnology.
At the ICAB 2014, researchers from around the world will gather to discuss the latest scientific research, findings and technologies concerning Microbial Genetics and Breeding, Optimization and Control of Biological Processes, Biological Separation and Biological Purification, and Advances in Biotechnology. This conference will provide a platform for academic exchange on the application of biotechnology between domestic and international universities, research institutes, corporate experts and scholars. The participants will focus on the international development and future trends. The event will lay a solid foundation for addressing key technical challenges in various areas of applied biotechnology, providing opportunities to promote the development and expansion of the biotechnology industry.
  • Part 1Microbial Genetics and Breeding
  • Part 2 Optimization and Control of Biological Process
  • Part 3 Biological Separation and Biological Purification
  • Part 4 Progress of Biotechnology.
At the ICAB 2014, researchers from around the world will gather to discuss the latest scientific research, findings and technologies concerning Microbial Genetics and Breeding, Optimization and Control of Biological Processes, Biological Separation and Biological Purification, and Advances in Biotechnology. This conference will provide a platform for academic exchange on the application of biotechnology between domestic and international universities, research institutes, corporate experts and scholars. The participants will focus on the international development and future trends. The event will lay a solid foundation for addressing key technical challenges in various areas of applied biotechnology, providing opportunities to promote the development and expansion of the biotechnology industry.