The Military Dimension Mark II

The TC's got a cal fifty in his cupola, and there's two swivelmounted M60 machine guns for the rest of the crew. With only machine gun ammo and personal gear inside, there's room enough for all three of the guys who aren't pulling guard ...

The Military Dimension  Mark II

WELCOME TO THE WAR ZONE When they say that war changes a man, they're being euphemistic. War makes a man insane by civilian standards. When the man comes back, he may return to civilian norms again. After a while. I'm not proud of many of the things that happened in Nam. I'm not proud of some of the things I did myself. But the men I served with were, for the most part, doing the best job they could with the cards they'd been dealt. I'm proud of them, and I'm proud to have been among them. Anybody's got a right to criticize the things that happened. But don't criticize the men who did them unless you've been in their shoes. Ever since I came back, the object of my military fiction has been to put somebody as normal as you, or as I was, into a war zone. And I hope to God neither you nor your son ever has an opportunity to compare my fiction with the real thing. A shorter edition of this book was published under the title The Military Dimension. At the publisher's request, this title is sold without DRM (Digital Rights Management).

Master of Spacetime Dr Dimension Book II

“There may be aftershocks to contend with, but we'll have to risk it,” said Dr. Dimension. “Come on!” They ran back the way they had come, following their own footprints in the ocher sand. “Who do you think they are?” “What say, Talbot?

Master of Spacetime   Dr  Dimension Book II

Dr. Demopoulos and his ragtag crew of time and space travelers face a terrifying new challenge that threatens the entire universe after they crashland their spaceship on a giant trash planet.

The Sub national Dimension of the EU

72Cf. CFI Judgment 1 July 2008, Case T-37/04, Regia ̃o aut onoma dos Ac ̧ores v Council [2008] ECR II-103*, at para. 82, referring to: T-214/95, Vlaams Gewest v Commission [1998] ECR II-717, para. 29; Joined Cases T-346/99 to T-348/99, ...

The Sub national Dimension of the EU

This book is the first monograph-form legal study on multilevel governance in the EU and represents a radical change in the approach to this topic. Particularly after the Treaty of Lisbon’s entry into force, research on multilevel governance can no longer remain confined to the analysis of political dynamics or of soft law arrangements. Multilevel governance emerges as a constitutional principle in the European constitutional space, envisaging a method of governance based on the strong involvement of sub-national authorities in the creation and implementation of EU law and policy. Its foundation is in the mosaic resulting from the constitutional systems of the Union and its Member States. Multilevel governance arrangements play a fundamental part in achieving key Treaty objectives (such as subsidiarity, respect for the national identities of the Member States including regional and local self-government, openness, and closeness to the citizen). These arrangements lend legitimacy to EU decision-making, while also promoting constitutionalism and democracy in the EU.

Extended States for the Schr dinger Operator with Quasi Periodic Potential in Dimension Two

We denote the ko"-component containing m by II(m) and the corresponding projector by P(m). For m belonging to the same k”-component, TI(m) and P(m) are the same. Put M%) := M%)(po, ra) 344 (344) ={m e M”(po, ra) UQ'o (ra)\ M3” (r3, ...

Extended States for the Schr  dinger Operator with Quasi Periodic Potential in Dimension Two

The authors consider a Schrödinger operator H=−Δ+V(x⃗ ) in dimension two with a quasi-periodic potential V(x⃗ ). They prove that the absolutely continuous spectrum of H contains a semiaxis and there is a family of generalized eigenfunctions at every point of this semiaxis with the following properties. First, the eigenfunctions are close to plane waves ei⟨ϰ⃗ ,x⃗ ⟩ in the high energy region. Second, the isoenergetic curves in the space of momenta ϰ⃗ corresponding to these eigenfunctions have the form of slightly distorted circles with holes (Cantor type structure). A new method of multiscale analysis in the momentum space is developed to prove these results. The result is based on a previous paper on the quasiperiodic polyharmonic operator (−Δ)l+V(x⃗ ), l>1. Here the authors address technical complications arising in the case l=1. However, this text is self-contained and can be read without familiarity with the previous paper.

Astronomical notices

Dimension und zur Summe der Coefficienten der Glieder der 2. Dimension = 34 " für die Länge und 42 " für die Breite , was nicht über 1 Meile ausmacht , und uns berechtigt , die Gleichungeo ( 3 ) und ( 4 ) für das ganze Feld als ...

Astronomical notices


Dimension

GERT JONKE appeared previously in DIMENSION in volume 8 with two excerpts from his novel Geometrischer Heimatroman. WERNER KOCH lives in Rodenkirchen near Cologne. He is the cultural editor with the Third Program of West German ...

Dimension


Advances In Chromatography

contain two sample traps and switching valves, and (3) utilize switching valves in conjunction with a dual- or quad-column second dimension. ... While loop A was loaded, the contents of loop B were injected into the second dimension.

Advances In Chromatography

For more than four decades, scientists and researchers have relied on the Advances in Chromatography series for the most up-to-date information on a wide range of developments in chromatographic methods and applications. Volume 44 of this authoritative series once again compiles the work of expert contributors in order to present timely and cutting-edge reviews on a variety of related topics. Each author's clear presentation of topics and vivid illustrations make the material in Advances in Chromatography: Volume 44 accessible and engaging to biochemists and analytical, organic, polymer, and pharmaceutical chemists at all levels of technical skill.

The Encyclop dic Dictionary

In dimension and the shape of nature A gracious person . " Shakesp .: Troelfth Night , i . 5 . II . Fig . : Size , importance , consequence . ... A mantle purple - tinged , and radiant vest , Dimensiones equal to his size .

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Recent Advances in Numerical Methods and Applications II

In one dimension we took v = 1 and a time step At = 1.25 10-9. In two space dimensions we chose v = (V3/2, 1/2) and At = 6.25 10-4. In both cases, At satisfies (7). The time was advanced up to T = 1. and the results were averaged over ...

Recent Advances in Numerical Methods and Applications II

This volume contains the proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Numerical Methods and Applications. The major topics covered include: general finite difference, finite volume, finite element and boundary element methods, general numerical linear algebra and parallel computations, numerical methods for nonlinear problems and multiscale methods, multigrid and domain decomposition methods, CFD computations, mathematical modeling in structural mechanics, and environmental and engineering applications. The volume reflects the current research trends in the specified areas of numerical methods and their applications. Contents: Computational Issues in Large Scale Eigenvalue ProblemsCombustion Modeling in Industrial FurnacesMonte Carlo MethodsMultilevel Methods for Incompressible Viscous FlowsApproximation of Nonlinear and Functional PDEsSolving Linear Systems with Error ControlRegular Numerical Methods for Inverse and Ill-Posed ProblemsMultifield ProblemsParallel and Distributed Numerical Computing with ApplicationsParameter-Robust Numerical Methods for Singularly Perturbed and Convection-Dominated ProblemsFinite Difference MethodsFinite Element MethodsFinite Volume MethodsBoundary Element MethodsNumerical Linear AlgebraNumerical Methods for Nonlinear ProblemsNumerical Methods for Multiscale ProblemsMultigrid and Domain DecompositionComputational Fluid DynamicsMathematical Modelling in Structural MechanicsEnvironmental ModellingEngineering Applications Readership: Researchers in applied mathematics and computational physics. Keywords:Numerical Methods and Applications;General Finite Difference;General Numerical Linear Algebra;Parallel Computations;Nonlinear Problems and Multiscale Methods

Commutative Algebra and Noncommutative Algebraic Geometry

Lemma II.3.7] shows that Z(AJ) is a homogeneous subring of AJ, the set := {χ ∈ X(H)|Z(A J)χ = 0} is a subgroup of X(H), ... In this special case, A/J = AJ = Z(AJ), and the stratum primJ A has dimension n −1 (respectively, n), ...

Commutative Algebra and Noncommutative Algebraic Geometry


Coleoptera Reprints

II, p. 32o), con motivo de la captura de ejemplares del pez-luna (Mola mola) en Mar del Plata (prov. de Buenos ... Sus dimensiones, según medidas que tomé personalmente, eran las siguientes: 2, o5 m. de altura por 1,6o m. de longitud.

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Combinatorial Dynamics And Entropy In Dimension One

< p5 “ p2 < p1 < p3 o p5 “ . . . ' ps–2 < ps. Now we set II = (p1, p2) and Ii = 104 CHAPTER 2. INTERVAL MAPS.

Combinatorial Dynamics And Entropy In Dimension One

In last thirty years an explosion of interest in the study of nonlinear dynamical systems occured. The theory of one-dimensional dynamical systems has grown out in many directions. One of them has its roots in the Sharkovski0 Theorem. This beautiful theorem describes the possible sets of periods of all cycles of maps of an interval into itself. Another direction has its main objective in measuring the complexity of a system, or the amount of chaos present in it. A good way of doing this is to compute topological entropy of the system. The aim of this book is to provide graduate students and researchers with a unified and detailed exposition of these developments for interval and circle maps. Many comments are added referring to related problems, and historical remarks are made. Request Inspection Copy

Astronomische Nachrichten

Dimension von 2 de zufällig für die Epoche 1800 einen absolutgenommen sehr geringen Werth hat , welcher einen Uebergang dem ... daselbst können nämlich die für t = 2 > I I > sion in den numerischen Werthen von dh , dl , dp , dq , dh ' ...

Astronomische Nachrichten


Minimal Surfaces II

Moreover, each holomorphic quadratic differential on M arises as such a sum (7). As before, it follows from the theorem of Riemann-Roch that the dimension of the space of all such holomorphic quadratic differentials real on 6M has ...

Minimal Surfaces II

Minimal Surfaces I is an introduction to the field of minimal surfaces and a presentation of the classical theory as well as of parts of the modern development centered around boundary value problems. Part II deals with the boundary behaviour of minimal surfaces. Part I is particularly apt for students who want to enter this interesting area of analysis and differential geometry which during the last 25 years of mathematical research has been very active and productive. Surveys of various subareas will lead the student to the current frontiers of knowledge and can also be useful to the researcher. The lecturer can easily base courses of one or two semesters on differential geometry on Vol. 1, as many topics are worked out in great detail. Numerous computer-generated illustrations of old and new minimal surfaces are included to support intuition and imagination. Part 2 leads the reader up to the regularity theory for nonlinear elliptic boundary value problems illustrated by a particular and fascinating topic. There is no comparably comprehensive treatment of the problem of boundary regularity of minimal surfaces available in book form. This long-awaited book is a timely and welcome addition to the mathematical literature.

Probability With a View Towards Statistics Volume II

Exc . 8.23 : Let ( S , d ) be a complete metric space and let { f1 , ... , fx } be an iterated contractive similarity system of type a = ( Q1 , ... , ak ) and with similarity dimension 9 ( see Exc.8.22 ) . Let P be the attractor for ...

Probability With a View Towards Statistics  Volume II

Volume II of this two-volume text and reference work concentrates on the applications of probability theory to statistics, e.g., the art of calculating densities of complicated transformations of random vectors, exponential models, consistency of maximum estimators, and asymptotic normality of maximum estimators. It also discusses topics of a pure probabilistic nature, such as stochastic processes, regular conditional probabilities, strong Markov chains, random walks, and optimal stopping strategies in random games. Unusual topics include the transformation theory of densities using Hausdorff measures, the consistency theory using the upper definition function, and the asymptotic normality of maximum estimators using twice stochastic differentiability. With an emphasis on applications to statistics, this is a continuation of the first volume, though it may be used independently of that book. Assuming a knowledge of linear algebra and analysis, as well as a course in modern probability, Volume II looks at statistics from a probabilistic point of view, touching only slightly on the practical computation aspects.

Hadamard Matrices and Their Applications

Two k-dimensional subarrays are parallel in dimension h if they have their fixed indices ij, , i.j, , ... , i.j, ... If k = 1, then the 1-D section (a vector of length v) |a(*1, 2, . . . . ii-1, a ii.11 . . . . in)|1><0. where i 1, i2, ...

Hadamard Matrices and Their Applications

In Hadamard Matrices and Their Applications, K. J. Horadam provides the first unified account of cocyclic Hadamard matrices and their applications in signal and data processing. This original work is based on the development of an algebraic link between Hadamard matrices and the cohomology of finite groups that was discovered fifteen years ago. The book translates physical applications into terms a pure mathematician will appreciate, and theoretical structures into ones an applied mathematician, computer scientist, or communications engineer can adapt and use. The first half of the book explains the state of our knowledge of Hadamard matrices and two important generalizations: matrices with group entries and multidimensional Hadamard arrays. It focuses on their applications in engineering and computer science, as signal transforms, spreading sequences, error-correcting codes, and cryptographic primitives. The book's second half presents the new results in cocyclic Hadamard matrices and their applications. Full expression of this theory has been realized only recently, in the Five-fold Constellation. This identifies cocyclic generalized Hadamard matrices with particular "stars" in four other areas of mathematics and engineering: group cohomology, incidence structures, combinatorics, and signal correlation. Pointing the way to possible new developments in a field ripe for further research, this book formulates and discusses ninety open questions.

The Seaman and Merchant s Complete Expeditious Measurer Containing a Set of Tables which Shew at One View the Solid Contents of All Kinds of Packages and Casks According to Their Several Lengths Breadths and Depths Der Vollst ndige und Schnelle Ausmesser F r Seeleute und Kaufleute Etc Eng Germ

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The Seaman and Merchant s Complete Expeditious Measurer  Containing a Set of Tables which Shew  at One View the Solid Contents of All Kinds of Packages and Casks According to Their Several Lengths  Breadths  and Depths  Der Vollst  ndige und Schnelle Ausmesser F  r Seeleute und Kaufleute  Etc  Eng    Germ


Handbook of Number Theory II

On the other hand, in order to introduce another dimension, for α ∈ [0,1] put Hn(α,Xn)= ∑ (x(n)j+1−x(n)j)α 0≤j<kn and define the Hausdorff dimension of X by log H(α,Xn) dimX = inf { α ≥ 0: limsup } = 0 (264) n→∞ logkn Aconnection ...

Handbook of Number Theory II

This handbook focuses on some important topics from Number Theory and Discrete Mathematics. These include the sum of divisors function with the many old and new issues on Perfect numbers; Euler's totient and its many facets; the Möbius function along with its generalizations, extensions, and applications; the arithmetic functions related to the divisors or the digits of a number; the Stirling, Bell, Bernoulli, Euler and Eulerian numbers, with connections to various fields of pure or applied mathematics. Each chapter is a survey and can be viewed as an encyclopedia of the considered field, underlining the interconnections of Number Theory with Combinatorics, Numerical mathematics, Algebra, or Probability Theory. This reference work will be useful to specialists in number theory and discrete mathematics as well as mathematicians or scientists who need access to some of these results in other fields of research.

Computational Physics Vol II

Function Description DOT_PRODUCT dot product of two rank-one arrays LBOUND lower dimension bounds of an array MATMUL matrix multiplication MAXLOC location of a maximum value in an array MAXVAL maximum value in an array MERGE merge ...

Computational Physics  Vol II

This book is an introduction to the computational methods used in physics and other scientific fields. It is addressed to an audience that has already been exposed to the introductory level of college physics, usually taught during the first two years of an undergraduate program in science and engineering. The book starts with very simple problems in particle motion and ends with an in-depth discussion of advanced techniques used in Monte Carlo simulations in statistical mechanics. The level of instruction rises slowly, while discussing problems like the diffusion equation, electrostatics on the plane, quantum mechanics and random walks. The book aims to provide the students with the background and the experience needed in order to advance to high performance computing projects in science and engineering. But it also tries to keep the students motivated by considering interesting applications in physics, like chaos, quantum mechanics, special relativity and the physics of phase transitions. The book and the accompanying software is available for free in electronic form at http://goo.gl/SGUEkM (www.physics.ntua.gr/%7Ekonstant/ComputationalPhysics) and a printed copy can be purchased from lulu.com at http://goo.gl/XsSBdP (vol I at http://goo.gl/Pg1zHc )