The aim of this work is to present some preliminary results of an investigation in course on the typology of the morphology of the native South American languages from the point of view of the formal language theory. With this object, we give two contrasting examples of descriptions of two Aboriginal languages ﬁnite verb forms morphology: Argentinean Quechua (quichua santiague˜ o) and Toba.
A standard form of analysis for linguistic typology is the universal implication. These implications state facts about the range of extant languages, such as “if objects come after verbs, then adjectives come after nouns.” Such implications are typically discovered by painstaking hand analysis over a small sample of languages. We propose a computational model for assisting at this process. Our model is able to discover both well-known implications as well as some novel implications that deserve further study.
Tuyển tập báo cáo các nghiên cứu khoa học quốc tế ngành y học dành cho các bạn tham khảo đề tài: A typology of practice narratives during the implementation of a preventive, community intervention trial
Tuyển tập báo cáo các nghiên cứu khoa học quốc tế ngành y học dành cho các bạn tham khảo đề tài: Impact of recent life events on the health related quality of life of adolescents and youths: the role of gender and life events typologies in a follow-up study
Tuyển tập các báo cáo nghiên cứu về y học được đăng trên tạp chí y học quốc tế cung cấp cho các bạn kiến thức về ngành y đề tài: A typology of practice narratives during the implementation of a preventive, community intervention trial
Tuyển tập báo cáo các nghiên cứu khoa học quốc tế ngành y học dành cho các bạn tham khảo đề tài: Typology of adults diagnosed with mental disorders based on socio-demographics and clinical and service use characteristic
Tuyển tập các báo cáo nghiên cứu về hóa học được đăng trên tạp chí hóa học đề tài : Impact of recent life events on the health related quality of life of adolescents and youths: the role of gender and life events typologies in a follow-up study
There have been rumors for the past several years that the worldwide frog
population is declining, perhaps due to effects of global warming. But this book
shows that the worldwide frog-story population is growing and thriving. This will
be of little comfort to lovers of amphibians, but a cause for pleasure to students of
cognitive linguistics, developmental psychology, and narratology.
On the global stage small businesses are represented in many different communities. At a UK and EU level small businesses are defined as having 10-50 employees and offer considerable scope for innovation and productivity. Additionally, the European Union Research and Advisory Board (EURAB, 2004) has provided a helpful typology in terms of the amount of R&D that is undertaken. Four basic categories provide insight into the level of use and the extent of R&D that is conducted.
The literature review and web-searches provided basic information on different types of financing
mechanisms globally, in the EU and other European countries. These consisted mainly of scientific
and professional publications. The purpose was to analyse the marketing difficulties of non-market
forest goods and services, to develop a typology of financing mechanisms, to give a theoretical
characterisation of different types of financing mechanisms, and to provide an overview of the
current use of financing mechanisms in the EU MS.
"Market orientation," may actually encompass several different approaches to the strategic alignment of the organization with the external environment. This article develops a market orientation typology matrix as a pedagogical and heuristic tool to summarize these distinct approaches. Specifically, firms can decide to focus primarily on either competitors or customers as the situation dictates, or perhaps attempt the difficult task of simultaneously monitoring both with equal emphasis.
Due to the growing importance of forest goods and services an increasing amount of information is
being collected on the ecological and also on the socio-economic value of goods and services
provided by forests. However, much of this information is collected and presented at incompatible
scales or it has been classified differently. In order to make comparative ecological or economic
analysis possible, standardized frameworks for assessing the importance of forest goods and services
The data revealed some potential trends in illicit activity. Some of the typologies
evidenced in the narratives appeared very similar to classical examples of the money
laundering stages of layering and integration.
For example, subjects sometimes
used multiple cash equivalents (e.g., cashier’s checks and money orders) from differ-
ent banks and money services businesses to make policy or annuity payments, and
then cashed out the insurance products to potentially disguise the original source
of the funds.
Around 2001, I learned of an exciting collaborative at the University of California
at Santa Cruz, consisting of faculty, graduate students, and other food- and socialjustice-
oriented researchers and activists who informally called themselves the
“coffee mafi a.” The collaborative had an ambitious agenda.
Before using the “EDORA cube” to provide a framework for a “broad-brush” review of socio-
economic performance across “non-urban” Europe (section 3) it will be helpful to provide a
simple statistical assessment of the “independence” of the D-P and Structural types. The
distinctiveness of the types may be assessed in a variety of different ways. For example the
statistical differences between the types of each typology may be tested on the basis of the
indicators used in the classification.
This article outlines the basic parameters and current status of the Integrated Data for Event Analysis
(IDEA) project. IDEA provides a comprehensive events framework for the analysis of international
interactions by supplementing the event forms from all earlier projects with new event forms needed
to monitor contemporary trends in civil and interstate politics.
This is a further development of my last book Brain, Mind, and the Signifying Body(Thibault
2004a). That book was a first step in an overall attempt to rethink meaning-making activity
from the perspective of the body-brain system – the signifying body – embedded in its ecosocial
The first of these contextual factors, the three meta-narratives, show a degree of systematic
macro-scale variation across Europe, and can therefore be described within the framework of
the EDORA typologies. The second (assets and capacity) varies in a more unsystematic way
across Europe. Its impact can therefore only be adequately assessed through some form of
local or regional audit, as part of a neo-endogenous process for specifying intervention
“mixes” at a region level.