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(BQ) Part 1 book "The finite element method" has contents: Historical introduction, weighted residual and variational methods, higher-order elements - the isoparametric concept, the finite element method for elliptic problems.
This book is a very short introduction to a very big topic. In fact, it is
a very short introduction to two very big topics. On the one hand, it
is about a place and its people: Africa. On the other, it is about the
past of that place, as it has been envisaged by Africans and written
about by historians. The sheer scale of both place and past is
colossal. Africa: an entire continent, in terms of language and
culture the world’s most diverse, stretching from the southern
shores of the Mediterranean to the Cape of Good Hope and today
comprising over 50 separate nations. The cradle...
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(BQ) Part 1 book "Film Art - An introduction" has contents: Summary - Style as a formal system, film genres; documentary, experimental, and animated films; film criticism - Sample analyses; historical changes in film art - Conventions and choices, tradition and trends.
Chapter 2 - The historical evolution of the U.S. industrial relations system. The main contents of the chapter consist of the following: The colonial and preindustrial era, early unionism, the need for national unions, the rise of the AFL, the evolution of management in industrial relations, the rise of industrial unionism, the new deal labor policy, the Post-World War II evolution of the new deal system.
Introduction to Quantitative Research Methods is a student-friendly introduction to quantitative research methods and basic statistics. It uses a detective theme throughout the text and in multimedia courseware to show how quantitative methods have been used to solve real-life problems. The book focuses on principles and techniques that are appropriate to introductory level courses in media, psychology and sociology. Examples and illustrations are drawn from historical and contemporary research in the social sciences. ...
Our first chapter puts LTE into its historical context, and lays out its requirements and key
technical features. We begin by reviewing the architectures of UMTS and GSM, and
by introducing some of the terminology that the two systems use. We then summarize
the history of mobile telecommunication systems, discuss the issues that have driven the
development of LTE, and show how UMTS has evolved first into LTE and then into an
enhanced version known as LTE-Advanced. The chapter closes by reviewing the standardization
process for LTE....
This book is intended as a general introduction to modern physics for science and
engineering students. It is written at a level which presurnes a prior tull year’s
course in classical physics, and a knowledge of elementary differential and
The material discussed here includes probability, relativity, quantum mechanics,
atomic physics, statistical mechanics, nuclear physics and elementary
My introduction to membranes was as a graduate student in 1963. At that time
membrane permeation was a sub-study of materials science. What is now called
membrane technology did not exist, nor did any large industrial applications
of membranes. Since then, sales of membranes and membrane equipment have
increased more than 100-fold and several tens of millions of square meters of
membrane are produced each year—a membrane industry has been created.
In this day and age of ever-shorter time schedules and increasing expectations of productivity gains in every aspect of engineering activity, creative problem solving has become prominent among the most important skills that engineers possess. Unfortunately, in the day-to-day intensity of the search for new engineering solutions, it is easy to lose touch with the foundations of that creativity.
This book provides a modern and basic introduction to a branch of international
law constantly gaining in importance in international life, namely international
humanitarian law (the law of armed conflict). It is constructed in a way suitable for
self-study. The subject matters are discussed in self-contained chapters, allowing each
to be studied independently of the others.
Historical Dictionary of Modern Chinese Literature 49 presents a broad perspective on the development and history of literature in modern China. This book offers a chronology, introduction, bibliography, and over 300 cross-referenced dictionary entries on authors, literary and historical developments, trends, genres, and concepts that played a central role in the evolution of modern Chinese literature.
Historical Dictionary of Modern Chinese Literature 1 presents a broad perspective on the development and history of literature in modern China. This book offers a chronology, introduction, bibliography, and over 300 cross-referenced dictionary entries on authors, literary and historical developments, trends, genres, and concepts that played a central role in the evolution of modern Chinese literature.
My goal in this book is to introduce the reader to the evidence,
both historical and contemporary, for how the reciprocal interactions
between people and nature have developed, the urgency for
action now to prevent truly disastrous consequences, and to make
suggestions as to how we might go about doing so. While the book
does not follow the usual organization for an introduction to human
ecology, cultural ecology, or ecological anthropology text, the book
covers much of this material in what I hope is a more engaging
Introducing the student to the history of the development of European culture, the problem of proportion has seemed to me, throughout, the fundamental one. Consequently I have endeavored not only to state matters truly and clearly but also to bring the narrative into harmony with the most recent conceptions of the relative importance of past events and institutions. It has seemed best, in an elementary treatise upon so vast a theme, to omit the names of many personages and conflicts of secondary importance which have ordinarily found their way into our historical textbooks.
‘Artists have given to certain matters employed in the arts
denominations which are more calculated to embarrass than to
encourage amateurs … this is a real abuse of words, which habit
preserves among our workmen, and which ought to be banished if
we are desirous of rendering the language of the arts intelligible.’