AN IMPROVED DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF CACHE MEMORY RESEARCH INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING ... Taiwan , R.O.C. Jen - Bin Hwang L. Y. Kung R.O.C. ABSTRACT Cache memories are used in modern and highspeed CPUs to hold ...
to the meaning of non-intended future events and developments. A diachronic study is therefore necessary to investigate more ... Binnick, Robert I. 1971. Will and Be Going To. ... Coates, Jennifer. 1983. The semantics of the modal ...
Author: Hans Götzsche
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Memory, Mind and Language celebrates the 30th anniversary of the The Nordic Association of Linguists (NAL) and the main contribution is the history of those first 30 years. The book is also an overview of trends and basic problems in linguistics in the first decennium of the 21st century. It takes up a number of topics in the field, among them the question of synchrony vs. diachrony in the language sciences, and issues of how to investigate the relationship between language, brain and mind. The book proposes some preliminary solutions to that problem, and, most significantly, it touches on both general and specific issues in theory and analysis, e.g. ‘adverbs in English and Norwegian,’ ‘verb semantics,’ ‘pronouns in Estonian,’ ‘morphology and neurolinguistics,’ ‘word order and morphology,’ ‘the nature and use of prepotions’ and ‘speech acts.’ The contributing scholars come from a variety of traditions in linguistics, a fact that shows the broadness of the content.
Essays in Honour of Barbara Godard Eva C. Karpinski, Jennifer Henderson, Ian Sowton, Ray Ellenwood. ———. “The Risk of Critique: Voices Across the Generations ... Future Indicative: Literary Theory and Canadian Literature. Ed. John Moss.
Author: Eva C. Karpinski
Publisher: Wilfrid Laurier Univ. Press
Category: Literary Criticism
Trans/acting Culture, Writing, and Memory is a collection of essays written in honour of Barbara Godard, one of the most original and wide-ranging literary critics, theorists, teachers, translators, and public intellectuals Canada has ever produced. The contributors, both established and emerging scholars, extend Godard’s work through engagements with her published texts in the spirit of creative interchange and intergenerational relay of ideas. Their essays resonate with Godard’s innovative scholarship situated at the intersection of such fields as literary studies, cultural studies, translation studies, feminist theory, arts criticism, social activism, institutional analysis, and public memory. In pursuit of unexpected linkages and connections, the essays venture beyond generic and disciplinary borders, zeroing in on Godard’s transdisciplinary practice that has been extremely influential in the way that it framed questions and modeled interventions for the study of Canadian, Québécois, and Acadian literatures and cultures. The authors work with the archives ranging from Canadian government policies and documents, to publications concerning white supremacist organizations in Southern Ontario, online materials from a Toronto-based transgender arts festival, a photographic mural installation commemorating the Montreal Massacre, and the works of such writers and artists as Marie Clements, Nicole Brossard, France Daigle, Nancy Huston, Yvette Nolan, Gail Scott, Denise Desautels, Louise Warren, Rebecca Belmore, Vera Frenkel, Robert Lepage, and Janet Cardiff.
Jennifer Scoullar. handling them. ... It's early days, of course, but genetic tagging is the future of conservation.' Matt was riveted. With Sarah's help, Binburra would stand on the cutting edge of devil research.
Author: Jennifer Scoullar
Publisher: Pilyara Press
From Jennifer Scoullar, author of the bestselling Fortune’s Son, comes the third book in the Tasmanian Tales series. The Memory Tree carries on this gripping saga of ambition, betrayal and dangerous love. Playing God is a Dangerous Game When forest protests engulf a tiny Tasmanian timber town, one family’s century of secrets threatens to destroy a marriage - and bring down a government. Matt Abbott, head ranger at beautiful Binburra National Park, is a man with something to hide. He confides his secret to nobody, not even his wife Penny. The deception gnaws away at their marriage. Matt’s father, timber and mining magnate Fraser Abbott, stands for everything Matt hates. Son disappoints father, father disappoints son – this is their well-worn template. But Fraser seems suddenly determined to repair the rift between them at any cost, and Matt will discover that secrets run in the family. When Sarah, a visiting Californian geneticist, tries to steal Matt’s heart, the scene is set for a deadly betrayal. The Memory Tree is a haunting story of family relationships, the unbreakable ties we all have to the past and the redemptive power of love. Praise for Jennifer Scoullar ‘Scoullar’s writing has a rich complexity. Poetic and visual ... the landscape vivid and alive.’ Reading, Writing and Riesling ‘Jennifer Scoullar’s passion for the land shines through ... Highly recommended.’ Sunshine Coast Daily ‘An absorbing story ... beautifully written.’ Reading, Writing and Riesling ‘Scoullar, it turns out, is a writer of documentary calibre ... lovely, lyrical prose.’ The Australian. Jennifer Scoullar lives on a farm in West Gippsland and has previously published six novels with Penguin Random house. A committed conservationist, she writes about the land, people and wildlife that she loves
There's still a good-sized pile of it in the cellar, I'm going to build a coal bin out of it. Oh, by the way, we have to get stoves ... Meanwhile, Devon instructed his crew to erect an outhouse near where the future barn would be.
Author: L. Adams
Terrell Michael O'Shannon worked at Suttons sawmill as a foreman and Colleen Bridgett Kelly was a governess for the Sutton children. There they met and fell in love in a storybook romance and later a solid marriage. Their aspirations to have a large farm and many sons to help them work it took an unexpected turn. They had three daughters, twins Lorna and Jenny, and six years later Sarah. In time they ultimately accumulated many acres, but the extent of their farming ended up with a horse, a dog, some chickens and barn cats. Their lives were fulfilled and their joys were many through the years. Lorna married a lawyer. They live in Glenwick, about fifty miles from home and have four children. Jenny lives about a half mile from home and has one daughter. Sarah built her house in the back acres of the old homestead, and has two children. Now the grandchildren arrive. Read the next seven books in this series to learn about where their lives take them through the years.
The Lure of Heirloom Tomatoes and Other Forgotten Foods Jennifer A. Jordan ... but also cultural memory—flavor, textures, and colors of the past as well as qualities that may be useful in future apples, and the details of past growers ...
Author: Jennifer A. Jordan
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
Each week during the growing season, farmers’ markets offer up such delicious treasures as brandywine tomatoes, cosmic purple carrots, pink pearl apples, and chioggia beets—varieties of fruits and vegetables that are prized by home chefs and carefully stewarded by farmers from year to year. These are the heirlooms and the antiques of the food world, endowed with their own rich histories. While cooking techniques and flavor fads have changed from generation to generation, a Ribston Pippin apple today can taste just as flavorful as it did in the eighteenth century. But how does an apple become an antique and a tomato an heirloom? In Edible Memory, Jennifer A. Jordan examines the ways that people around the world have sought to identify and preserve old-fashioned varieties of produce. In doing so, Jordan shows that these fruits and vegetables offer a powerful emotional and physical connection to a shared genetic, cultural, and culinary past. Jordan begins with the heirloom tomato, inquiring into its botanical origins in South America and its culinary beginnings in Aztec cooking to show how the homely and homegrown tomato has since grown to be an object of wealth and taste, as well as a popular symbol of the farm-to-table and heritage foods movements. She shows how a shift in the 1940s away from open pollination resulted in a narrow range of hybrid tomato crops. But memory and the pursuit of flavor led to intense seed-saving efforts increasing in the 1970s, as local produce and seeds began to be recognized as living windows to the past. In the chapters that follow, Jordan combines lush description and thorough research as she investigates the long history of antique apples; changing tastes in turnips and related foods like kale and parsnips; the movement of vegetables and fruits around the globe in the wake of Columbus; and the poignant, perishable world of stone fruits and tropical fruit, in order to reveal the connections—the edible memories—these heirlooms offer for farmers, gardeners, chefs, diners, and home cooks. This deep culinary connection to the past influences not only the foods we grow and consume, but the ways we shape and imagine our farms, gardens, and local landscapes. From the farmers’ market to the seed bank to the neighborhood bistro, these foods offer essential keys not only to our past but also to the future of agriculture, the environment, and taste. By cultivating these edible memories, Jordan reveals, we can stay connected to a delicious heritage of historic flavors, and to the pleasures and possibilities for generations of feasts to come.
“Yes”, continued Nancy, “we all said that our future included David and now the future seems unimaginable. ... and put herarm around Nancy's shoulder andsaid,” Iknowitdoesn't seem likeit now, but lifedoes go onand our memories help us.
Author: Linda Hynds
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Jennifer’s hands were shaking as she answered the early morning phone call. She knew it wasn’t Nick. She had worried all night because he didn’t call. “Hello”. It was the assistant warden who told her that her husband had been assaulted last night. Tears began flowing down her cheeks. “And, you people waited until this morning to call me”? The caller explained that Nick was unconscious and had been since the assault. She said they had to stabilize him until he could be air flighted to the University Hospital trauma center. Fragmented is told through Jennifer’s eyes and feelings as well of those of her social worker. Death and grieving affect people in different ways and healing from grief is always an individual, private experience. Jennifer wanted her story to be told because of the unfairness of all that transpired, to explain how sudden death affected her and to help anyone else who may be struggling in their grieving process.
In SMLXL, edited by Jennifer Siegler, 1008–89. New York: Monacelli Press, 1998. Leow, Joanne. “The Future of Nostalgia: Reclaiming Memory in Tan Pin Pin's Invisible City and Alfian Sa'at's A History of Amnesia. ... Sa'at, Alfian Bin.
Author: Lilian Chee
Category: Social Science
Asian cinemas are connected to global networks and participate in producing international film history while at the same time influenced and engaged by spatial, cultural, social and political transformations. This interdisciplinary study forwards a productive pairing of Asian cinemas and space, where space is used as a discursive tool to understand cinemas of Asia. Concentrating on the performative potential of cinematic space in Asian films, the contributors discuss how space (re)constructs forms of identities and meanings across a range of cinematic practices. Cities, landscapes, buildings and interiors actively shape cinematic performances of such identities and their significances. The essays are structured around the spatial themes of ephemeral, imagined and contested spaces. They deal with struggles for identity, belonging, autonomy and mobility within different national and transnational contexts across East, Southeast and parts of South Asia in particular, which are complicated by micropolitics and subcultures, and by the interventions and interests of global lobbies.
Original input data bi's are to be stored in the local memories of PEs for future M-multiplications. ... to variables bi's depending on whether PEs are supposed to perform multiplication or squaring: bin := mux(σin : b<old>in ,sin).
Author: Josef Pieprzyk
This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 4th Australasian Conference on Information Security and Privacy, ACISP'99, held in Wollongong, NSW, Australia in April 1999. The 26 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from a total of 53 submissions. The book is divided in topical sections on Boolean functions, key management, cryptanalysis, signatures, RSA cryptosystems, group cryptography, network security, electronic commerce, address control, and odds and ends.
Hoax - Slayer , July 2 , 2005 . http://www.hoax-slayer.com/bin-laden-captured.html . Chun , Wendy Hui Kyong . ... The Enduring Ephemeral , or The Future Is a Memory . " Critical Inquiry 35 ( 1 ) ( 2008 ) : 148-171 ... Cohen , Jennifer .
Author: Wendy Hui Kyong Chun
Category: Digital media
Imagined Networks, Glocal Connections. Habitual Connections, or Network Maps: Belatedly Too Early -- Crisis, Crisis, Crisis, or the Temporality of Networks -- Privately Public: The Internet's Perverse Subjects -- The Leakiness of Friends, of The Friend of my Friend is my Enemy (and thus my Friend) -- Inhabiting Writing: Against the Epistemology of Outing -- CONCLUSION: Found Habituation
Monica Popescu, 'Imagining the Past: Cultural Memory in Dubravka Ugrešić's The Museum of Unconditional Surrender', ... Croatian: 'Ich bin müde jedina je njemačka rečenica koju zasada znam. ... Berlin je natopljen vlagom ludila.
Author: D. Williams
Category: Literary Criticism
Moving through the elegiac ruins of the Berlin Wall and the Yugoslav disintegration, Writing Postcommunism explores literary evocations of the pervasive disappointment and mourning that have marked the postcommunist twilight.
Jentery Sayers. brand as a seamless array of guaranteed family harmony and connectedness; whether together or alone ... significant questions persist about the mediated public sphere, the future of public memory, and how our “real time” ...
Author: Jentery Sayers
Category: Social Science
Although media studies and digital humanities are established fields, their overlaps have not been examined in depth. This comprehensive collection fills that gap, giving readers a critical guide to understanding the array of methodologies and projects operating at the intersections of media, culture, and practice. Topics include: access, praxis, social justice, design, interaction, interfaces, mediation, materiality, remediation, data, memory, making, programming, and hacking.
If memorials could be reconceptualised as places of foregrounded memory work then we would all become aware of our parts in ... A Quest for Justice: The Binjareb Nyungar Story, unpublished PhD thesis, Curtin University of Technology.
Author: Mick Broderick
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Category: Social Science
During the past one hundred years or so, the depiction of traumatic historical events and experiences has been a recurrent theme in the work of artists and media professionals—including those in literature, theatre, visual art, architecture, cinema, and television—among other forms of cultural expression and social communication. The essays collected in this book follow a contemporary critical trend in the field of trauma studies that reflects comparatively on artistic and media representations of traumatic histories and experiences from countries around the world. Focusing on a diversity of art and media forms—including memorials, literature, visual and installation art, music, video, film, and journalism—they both apply dominant theories of trauma and explore the former’s limitations while bearing in mind other possible methodologies. Trauma, Media, Art: New Perspectives contributes to a critical trauma studies, a field that reinvigorates itself in the twenty-first century through its constant reassessment of the relationship between theory, representation, and global histories of violence and suffering.
Having checked downstairs, I went back up and began to fold bedding from all the beds and put it in big black bin liners. ... She would have none of these memories, as she was only a baby when Mum died. ... But Jen isn't her mum.
Author: Cathy Hopkins
Publisher: Bonnier Publishing Fiction Ltd.
Category: Juvenile Fiction
A promise to reveal a deep secret - can Cat keep it? Everything's about to change for Cat. She's moving house, so she'll have a room of her own at last, and her dad's about to marry Jen, which means a shopping trip to London and a chance to meet up with her new mates, Nesta, Lucy, Izzie and TJ, as well as see Jamie. But nothing goes as expected - Cat's dream room looks like a non-starter, Jamie does a disappearing act, and wedding plans fall apart. How will Cat cope, and will she keep her promise to reveal a hidden secret to her friends? The final book in the popular TRUTH, DARE, KISS, PROMISE series.
Nicholas Eberstadt, “The Future of AIDS,” Foreign Affairs (November/December 2002). ... National Intelligence Council, “Typology of Countries by Health Care Status,” DI Cartography Center (2003), <http://memory.loc.gov/cgi-bin/query/h?
Author: Stewart Patrick
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Category: Political Science
Conventional wisdom among policymakers in both the US and Europe holds that weak and failing states are the source of the world's most pressing security threats today. However, as this book shows, our assumptions about the threats posed by failed and failing states are based on false premises.
Such shared memory management is fully realizable with parallel processing schemes. One future direction of the proposed parallel processing mechanism is to employ it in a CUDA enabled GPU. In CUDA architecture threads are used in ...
Author: George Bebis
The two volume set LNCS 6938 and LNCS 6939 constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 7th International Symposium on Visual Computing, ISVC 2011, held in Las Vegas, NV, USA, in September 2011. The 68 revised full papers and 46 poster papers presented together with 30 papers in the special tracks were carefully reviewed and selected from more than 240 submissions. The papers of part I (LNCS 6938) are organized in computational bioimaging, computer graphics, motion and tracking, segmentation, visualization; mapping modeling and surface reconstruction, biomedical imaging, computer graphics, interactive visualization in novel and heterogeneous display environments, object detection and recognition. Part II (LNCS 6939) comprises topics such as immersive visualization, applications, object detection and recognition, virtual reality, and best practices in teaching visual computing.
Concepts and Controversies Harry R. Moody, Jennifer R. Sasser. industry, which has long ignored the buying ... Yet fears about dementia and memory loss are so great that the market for such products seems likely to grow in the future.
Author: Harry R. Moody
Publisher: SAGE Publications
Category: Social Science
Presenting current research in an innovative format, Harry Moody and Jennifer Sasser’s Aging: Concepts and Controversies encourages students to become involved and take an informed stand on the major aging issues that we face as a society. Using their extensive expertise, the authors provide a thorough explanation of the issues in the Concepts sections and current research in the Controversy sections, demonstrating the close links between concepts and controversies in these broad areas of aging: health care, socioeconomic trends, and the life course.
In Remembering 1916: The Easter Rising, The Somme and the Politics of Memory in Ireland, edited by Richard S. Grayson ... 2015), 310–11. https://www.episcopalarchives.org/cgi-bin/acts/acts_resolution-complete. pl?resolution=2015-C019.
Author: Robert S. Heaney
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
Hate is unveiled on our streets. Politics is polarized and the cohesion of communities is under stress and threat. Religious and theological leaders appear compromised or paralyzed. Robert S. Heaney grew up in a Northern Ireland where enmity paraded itself and policed the boundaries between segregated identities and aspirations. Such conflict, with deep historic roots, is inextricably linked to religion and colonization. The theologizing of colonialism, and the ongoing implications of colonialism, cannot be ignored by those who wish to understand the most intractable of human conflicts. Religious adherents and scholars are increasingly seeking to understand colonialism and decolonization in theological terms. The field of post-colonial studies, across a range of contexts and in a complex network of inter-disciplinary analyses, has emerged as a major scholarly movement seeking to provide resources for such a task. Theologians have increasingly seen the field as a resource and have made their own contributions to its development. However, depending as it does on a series of theoretical and technical commitments, post-colonialism remains inaccessible to the uninitiated. Beginning with his own particular context of formation, in this book Heaney provides an accessible introduction to post-colonial theology.