An elastic stability problem of the thin round cylindrical shells subjected to
torsional moment at two extremities has been investigated in the paper . By the small elastoplastic deformation theory and by the ﬂow theory, this problem again has been studied in  and . Basing on the theory of elastoplastic processes the above mentioned problem has been solved by approach simulation of instability form of the cylinder (see ,). In this paper, the solution of problem in the real bending form of structure has been found. ...
This book is about a marriage of two compatible yet unlikely partners.
Extreme Programming (XP) is a software development methodology that
enables users, business people, programmers, and computers to communicate
effectively. Perl is a dynamic programming language that lets an XP
team embrace the inevitable change caused by effective communication. Perl
the fixer and doer of the pair, and XP is the organizer and facilitator. Together
they help you build robust software applications efficiently.
Like any good marriage, the partners of Extreme Perl support each other....
The task of discourse generation is to produce multisentential text in natural language which (when heard or read) produces effects (informing, motivating, etc.) and impressions (conciseness, correctness, ease of reading, etc.) which are appropriate to a need or goal held by the creator of the text. Because even little children can produce multieententiaJ text, the task of discourse generation appears deceptively easy. It is actually extremely complex, in part because it usually involves many different kinds of knowledge.
There are many excellent texts available which cover the fundamentals of food
engineering, equipment design, modelling of food processing operations etc.
There are also several very good works in food science and technology dealing
with the chemical composition, physical properties, nutritional and microbiolog-
ical status of fresh and processed foods. This work is an attempt to cover the
middle ground between these two extremes.
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions from 1 to 10. Psychologists have debated a long time about whether a child's upbringing can give it the ability to do outstandingly well. Some think that it is impossible to develop genius and say that it is simply something a person is born with. Others, however, argue that the potential for great achievement can be developed. The truth lies somewhere between these two extremes. It seems very obvious that being born with...
Origami is the art of paper folding (origami or).Chu originating from Japan in Japanese origami is derived from two words: oru and kami is ranked higher or paper. Origami only uses 1880; earlier, the Japanese use the word orikata.
Architecture and Mathematics have constantly
balanced between two extremes: an experiential
dimension often imbued with contemplative
connotations, and the quest for operative
techniques that do not necessarily present a spatial
meaning. Hence the ambiguity we find ourselves
in today, faced simultaneously with architecture’s
estrangement from mathematics and the spectacular
diffusion of computational tools.
Taking risks with one’s life in sport competitions is nothing
new in the human experience. Gladiatorial competitions
in ancient Rome and jousts in medieval Europe
are two examples of sports that fit the modern definition of
extreme. Extreme sports in their modern form are a recent
development and the list of pursuits and sports categorized
as “extreme” is long and growing as is the number of athletes
and spectators. Extreme sports now form a distinct sector
within the larger sports industry, although exactly where it
fits is not at all clear.
This acknowledgment is really a special acknowledgment to two people who
played a key role in getting this whole project started. First, Dave Crane and I
had cofacilitated a three-day project management course for Boston University
Corporate Education Center clients. Dave and I honed the course materials
over a three-year period and then decided to turn it into a book. At that time,
Bob Beck, who was recently retired after 25 years with IBM, was my business
partner and volunteered to create the CD-ROM that would house the O’Neill
& Preigh Church Equipment Manufacturers case study.
Time-frequency representations (TFR) combine the time-domain and frequency-domain representations into a single framework to obtain the notion of time-frequency. TFR offer the time localization vs. frequency localization tradeoff between two extreme cases of time-domain and frequency-domain representations. The short-time Fourier transform (STFT) [1, 2, 3, 4, 5] and the Gabor transform  are the classical examples of linear time-frequency transforms which use time-shifted and
MD PRMA ON CODE-TIME-SLOTS
This chapter is concerned with MD PRMA on perfect-collision code-time-slot channels. The simple and abstract channel model used, representative for a blocking-limited system, allows one to consider an arbitrary number of code-slots E per time-slot, without having to worry about the spreading factor required to meet a certain packet erasure performance.
For the countries in our sample, the mutual fund industry comprises 16.8% of the primary financial
assets, on average, with a median of 4.3%. As we discuss in more detail subsequently, two countries are
substantial outliers -- the fund industries in Luxembourg and Ireland account for 484% and 82% of their
country’s primary assets. We treat these two extreme observations with some care in our work. The
naïve inclusion of these countries in multivariate analyses can produce misleading results, but given that
these are two interesting data points in our analysis, it would ...
In most computers, individual instructions are stored as machine code with each instruction being given a unique number (its operation code or opcode for short). The command to add two numbers together would have one opcode, the command to multiply them would have a different opcode and so on. The simplest computers are able to perform any of a handful of different instructions; the more complex computers have several hundred to choose from, each with a unique numerical code. Since the computer's memory is able to store numbers, it can also store the instruction codes.
If the saturated phenomenon encompasses excessive phenomena, it can also
account for extremely empty and poor phenomena. This process of inversion and
turnaround between two extremes in perception is certainly due to the ‘negative’
qualities of Marion’s philosophy and of the French phenomenological new wave in
. Poor phenomena become saturated into an equilibrium system between the
empty and the full, the excess and the lack.
The airport’s first four-storey car park, close to Terminal 2,
was opened in 1991. The building is the result of a turnkey design
and planning competition won by contractors Højgaard & Schultz
and KHRAS Architects. The most noticeable features of the building
are its attractive glass facade and its two opposing rotundas that
house the entry and exit ramps. Its excellent and unconventional
architecture is combined with optimum functionality. With space
for about 1,300 cars on four storeys, it has become a model for
other car parks in the airport.
From a general perspective, the verbal judgements
referred to above have been obtained with one of two
principal objectives in mind, objectives that have origi-
nated and developed in traditionally differentiated pro-
fessional fields: (1) that of environmental management,
motivated by the need to solve a particular landscape
problem, such as the identification of the landscape
resources of a given location or to obtain some objecti-
ve predictors of the evaluative judgements of users of a
specific environment; and (2) that of a much more aca-
demic character, geared to the develo...
Most judges use a combination of these two extremes. Regardless of which approach seems more
comfortable to an individual beer judge, there are several general guidelines that judges should follow
when assigning scores to beers. In the current BJCP scoring systems, each beer is evaluated on a 50-
point scale, allocating 12 points for Aroma, 3 for Appearance, 20 for Flavor, 5 for Mouthfeel and 10 for
Overall Impression. This scoresheet can be found on the BJCP website.
The costing systems discussed in Chapters 3 and 4 represent the two ends of a continuum.
On one end is job-order costing, which is used by companies that produce many different
products in one facility. On the other end is process costing, which is used by compa-
nies that produce homogeneous products in large quantities. Between these two extremes
there are many hybrid systems that include characteristics of both job-order and process
costing. One of these hybrids is called operation costing. ...