Theory. on. Edge? Margrit. Shildrick. The manifestation of feminism in Ireland,
north andsouth, has followed some very specific pathways thatreflect a history
that is quite unlike that of its nearest neighbor, the United Kingdom; and even
Author: N. Giffney
Theory on the Edge brings together some of the foremost specialists working at the interdisciplinary interface between Irish Studies, feminist theory, queer theory, and gender and sexuality studies in order to trace the contemporary development of feminist thinking and activism in Ireland.
In our framework manifolds with conical singularities , especially , infinite cones ,
play the role of model cones for manifolds with edges , and we interpret operators
on a cone as values of operator - valued symbols on an edge . It is then natural ...
Author: D. V. Kapanadze
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
The book studies boundary value problems connected with geometric singularities and models of the crack theory. New and interesting phenomena on the behaviour of solutions (regularity in weighted spaces, asymptotics) are analysed by means of parametrices obtained by inverting corresponding scalar and operator-valued symbols. Compared with other expositions in the field of crack theory and analysis on configurations with singularities the present book systematically develops for the first time an approach in terms of algebras of (pseudo-differential) boundary value problems. The calculus is decomposed into a number of simpler structures, namely boundary value problems (Chapter 1) and edge problems near the crack boundary (Chapter 4). Necessary tools on parameter-dependent cone operators (Chapter 2) and operators on spaces with conical exits to infinity (Chapter 3) are developed as theories of independent interest. The crack theory (Chapter 5) then appears as an application of the edge calculus. The book is addressed to mathematicians and physicists interested in boundary value problems, geometric singularities, asymptotic analysis, as well as to specialists in the field of crack theory and other singular models.
(Auto)biography and Pedagogical Theories on Religious Education Ina ter Avest
... Preparing the overview for this article I must admit that Wenger's theory on
communities of practice is true. Shared ambitions and interests, the personally
Author: Ina ter Avest
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
For the first time, leading scholars in Religious Education and Citizenship Education reflect upon ‘the making of’ of their theoretical framework, in honour of Siebren Miedema. In this Liber Amicorum, in retrospect these scholars recognize, implicitly or more explicitly, ‘critical incidents’ and they honour ‘critical persons’ for the decisive voice each of them had in the articulation of the theoretical frame of reference the scholars developed in the field of pedagogy of religion(s) and citizenship education. Or, to use the words Siebren Miedema prefers, the field of religious citizenship education. The ‘eminence grise’ in the field of Pedagogy is brought together in this volume, like John Hull, Bob Jackson and Wolfram Weisse; scholars from the United States of America like Jack Seymour and Mary Elizabeth Moore; scholars from Latin America like Günther Dietz; scholars from the Netherlands like Cok Bakker, Chris Hermans, Henk Kuindersma, Alma Lanser, Wilna Meijer, Bram de Muynck and Doret de Ruyter; scholars from Western Europe like Hans-Günther Heimbrock and Friedrich Schweitzer; scholars from Eastern Europe like Fedor Kozyrev; scholars from up North like Geir Skeie; scholars from down South like Cornelia Roux and Marian De Souza. They all responded to the question of the editor, Ina ter Avest, to reflect upon the relationship between their biography and their developed theoretical framework. For everybody interested in the field of religious citizenship education, this volume offers a thorough introduction to their theories. We hope this comprehensive book will provoke readers to balance on the edge of different perspectives and to stimulate the development of their own line of thought on religious citizenship education.
THEOREM 6.15 (composition theorem for edge morphisms). (1) Suppose that the
product A1A2 of two elliptic morphisms A1 and A2 is well defined (that is, the
bundles and the indices of Sobolev spaces fit). Then the product is also an edge
Author: Vladimir E. Nazaikinskii
Publisher: CRC Press
The analysis and topology of elliptic operators on manifolds with singularities are much more complicated than in the smooth case and require completely new mathematical notions and theories. While there has recently been much progress in the field, many of these results have remained scattered in journals and preprints. Starting from an ele
The Theory and Politics of Irony Linda Hutcheon. ——(1990b) “Irony is not for the
deadly ... Waugh, P. (1984) Metafiction: The Theory and Practice of Self-
Conscious Fiction, London and New York: Methuen. Weil, S.E. (1990) Rethinking
Author: Linda Hutcheon
The edge of irony, says Linda Hutcheon, is always a social and political edge. Irony depends upon interpretation; it happens in the tricky, unpredictable space between expression and understanding. Irony's Edge is a fascinating, compulsively readable study of the myriad forms and the effects of irony. It sets out, for the first time, a sustained, clear analysis of the theory and the political contexts of irony, using a wide range of references from contemporary culture. Examples extend from Madonna to Wagner, from a clever quip in conversation to a contentious exhibition in a museum. Irony's Edge outlines and then challenges all the major existing theories of irony, providing the most comprehensive and critically challengin theory of irony to date.
John R . Rennison and Friedrich Neubarth Introduction This article originated as
an outline of a few revisions to standard Government Phonology , but it has now
grown to define a quite comprehensive theory and model of phonology , based ...
Author: Jonathan Kaye
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter
This collection of papers by an international group of authors honors Jonathan Kaye's contributions to phonology by expanding some of Kaye's ideas to a variety of theoretical topics and languages. The set of ideas discussed or used in this collection includes: empty categories, licensing relationships and constraints, a restrictive two-levelled approach to phonology (without rule ordering or constraint ranking), a restrictive theory of syllabic representation (without the codas constituent and with exclusively binary branching), theories of the phonology-phonetics interface in which phonology is motivated independently of phonetics, and the metatheoretical flaws in a number of widely accepted but rarely questioned views on phonology.
I hope that it will be read in conjunction with my earlier work in this area, The
Lockean Theory of Rights (Princeton University Press, 1992). But the arguments
of the present study in no way depend on those of that earlier work, however
Author: A. John Simmons
Publisher: Princeton University Press
This book completes A. John Simmons's exploration and development of Lockean moral and political philosophy, a project begun in The Lockean Theory of Rights (Princeton paperback edition, 1994). Here Simmons discusses the Lockean view of the nature of, grounds for, and limits on political relations between persons. Originally published in 1993. The Princeton Legacy Library uses the latest print-on-demand technology to again make available previously out-of-print books from the distinguished backlist of Princeton University Press. These editions preserve the original texts of these important books while presenting them in durable paperback and hardcover editions. The goal of the Princeton Legacy Library is to vastly increase access to the rich scholarly heritage found in the thousands of books published by Princeton University Press since its founding in 1905.
otherwise stated, from now on V and Y will denote the set of vertices and the set
of edges of the tiling. ... Each edge y of T is a connected component of the
intersection of exactly two tiles, T and some T'e T. No point of y other than its
Author: Paolo M. Soardi
The aim of the book is to give a unified approach to new developments in discrete potential theory and infinite network theory. The author confines himself to the finite energy case, but this does not result in loss of complexity. On the contrary, the functional analytic machinery may be used in analogy with potential theory on Riemann manifolds. The book is intended for researchers with interdisciplinary interests in one of the following fields: Markov chains, combinatorial graph theory, network theory, Dirichlet spaces, potential theory, abstract harmonic analysis, theory of boundaries.
THEOREM 7.4 The weight of a minimum - weight perfect matching in H is equal
to the weight of a minimum - weight edge cover in G. PROOF Consider a
minimum - weight edge cover C in G. There is no loss of generality in assuming
that a ...
Author: Mikhail J. Atallah
Publisher: CRC Press
Algorithms and Theory of Computation Handbook is a comprehensive collection of algorithms and data structures that also covers many theoretical issues. It offers a balanced perspective that reflects the needs of practitioners, including emphasis on applications within discussions on theoretical issues. Chapters include information on finite precision issues as well as discussion of specific algorithms where algorithmic techniques are of special importance, including graph drawing, robotics, forming a VLSI chip, vision and image processing, data compression, and cryptography. The book also presents some advanced topics in combinatorial optimization and parallel/distributed computing. • applications areas where algorithms and data structuring techniques are of special importance • graph drawing • robot algorithms • VLSI layout • vision and image processing algorithms • scheduling • electronic cash • data compression • dynamic graph algorithms • on-line algorithms • multidimensional data structures • cryptography • advanced topics in combinatorial optimization and parallel/distributed computing
Now choose one particular vertex, v, from Kn. Then there are n − 1 edges from v
to the other vertices. Let A be the number of red ... Let V be the set of vertices
connected to v by a red edge, so that |V| ≥ R(k − 1,l). By the inductive
Author: Bruce M. Landman
Publisher: American Mathematical Soc.
Ramsey theory is the study of the structure of mathematical objects that is preserved under partitions. In its full generality, Ramsey theory is quite powerful, but can quickly become complicated. By limiting the focus of this book to Ramsey theory applied to the set of integers, the authors have produced a gentle, but meaningful, introduction to an important and enticing branch of modern mathematics. Ramsey Theory on the Integers offers students a glimpse into the world of mathematical research and the opportunity for them to begin pondering unsolved problems. For this new edition, several sections have been added and others have been significantly updated. Among the newly introduced topics are: rainbow Ramsey theory, an "inequality" version of Schur's theorem, monochromatic solutions of recurrence relations, Ramsey results involving both sums and products, monochromatic sets avoiding certain differences, Ramsey properties for polynomial progressions, generalizations of the Erdős-Ginzberg-Ziv theorem, and the number of arithmetic progressions under arbitrary colorings. Many new results and proofs have been added, most of which were not known when the first edition was published. Furthermore, the book's tables, exercises, lists of open research problems, and bibliography have all been significantly updated. This innovative book also provides the first cohesive study of Ramsey theory on the integers. It contains perhaps the most substantial account of solved and unsolved problems in this blossoming subject. This breakthrough book will engage students, teachers, and researchers alike.
William Shakespeare, Hamlet IAN BALFOUR * QUEEN THEORY: NOTES ON
THE PET SHOP BOYS No doubt my use of the word "theory" in the title of this
essay is a bit disingenuous, even if it is hard to know these days exactly what "
Author: Roger Beebe
Publisher: Duke University Press
This collection brings new voices and new perspectives to the study of popular—and particularly rock—music. Focusing on a variety of artists and music forms, Rock Over the Edge asks what happens to rock criticism when rock is no longer a coherent concept. To work toward an answer, contributors investigate previously neglected genres and styles, such as “lo fi,” alternative country, and “rock en español,” while offering a fresh look at such familiar figures as Elvis Presley, the Beatles, and Kurt Cobain. Bridging the disciplines of musicology and cultural studies, the collection has two primary goals: to seek out a language for talking about music culture and to look at the relationship of music to culture in general. The editors' introduction provides a backward glance at recent rock criticism and also looks to the future of the rapidly expanding discipline of popular music studies. Taking seriously the implications of critical theory for the study of non-literary aesthetic endeavors, the volume also addresses such issues as the affective power of popular music and the psychic construction of fandom. Rock Over the Edge will appeal to scholars and students in popular music studies and American Studies as well as general readers interested in popular music. Contributors. Ian Balfour, Roger Beebe, Michael Coyle, Robert Fink, Denise Fulbrook, Tony Grajeda, Lawrence Grossberg, Trent Hill, Josh Kun, Jason Middleton, Lisa Ann Parks, Ben Saunders, John J. Sheinbaum, Gayle Wald, Warren Zanes
applied to the edge, regarded as a cylindrical surface, is of no practical
importance. We represent therefore the tractions applied to the edge by their
forceand couple-resultants, estimated per unit of length of the edge-line, i.e. the
curve in ...
Author: Augustus Edward Hough Love
Publisher: Courier Corporation
The most complete single-volume treatment of classical elasticity, this text features extensive editorial apparatus, including a historical introduction. Topics include stress, strain, bending, torsion, gravitational effects, and much more. 1927 edition.
He was hooked on the Big Bang Theory on TV and knew that someday his
talents would be appreciated like each one of the characters there. He knew that
dorks did not get the pretty girls in real life. That only happened on TV. Well,
Author: Danette Key
A warm-hearted story of a family dealing with the troubles of their constantly difficult teen. A terrible tragedy occurs with one of the children Peter coaches, and he finds himself wishing the unimaginable. When his daughter begins to show signs of incredible change, Peter hopes for the best but still can’t help but wonder what’s going on. Danette Key, was born and raised in Arizona. She is a true Desert Rat. Her and her husband, Hal Key, have raised 3 boys and have 5 step-children. She also has 18 grandchildren and 1 great grandchild. Her hobbies are reading, writing and sewing. She also loves to create homemade cards for her friends. She is currently living with her husband, Hal in Allen, Texas. The characters are well developed and the themes and tones of the story are appropriate for its young target audience. There is even a sweet romance thrown in. I think young girls will find they can relate to the feelings of isolation and frustration that Maddy is experiencing, and to the optimism that Mary Ellen brings for a brighter future. - Donna Nicely, M.A, Academic Counselor This story is well-crafted from the beginning to the end. From excellent character development to the interesting plot points, On the Edge of Wishing has it all. This story’s moderate pace is engaging and keeps the reader’s interest throughout. In addition, it features several great messages for more than just the young adult readers this book is directed toward. I would highly recommend this book for anyone looking for a story with a deeper meaning that not only entertains, but teaches kindness, patience, and appreciation. -Midwest Book Review Very well written and poignant! I could easily identify with the characters and felt like I knew them. I was excited and sad to finish it. - Southwest Book Reviews Please check out her web page at danettelkey.com for a look at her short stories & poems that she has written.
The following theorem can be thought of as translating the properties “every edge
has exactly two vertices,” and “no two edges have two vertices in common”—in
other words, no loops or parallel edges—into simple conditions on an edge ...
Author: Terry A. McKee
Finally there is a book that presents real applications of graph theory in a unified format. This book is the only source for an extended, concentrated focus on the theory and techniques common to various types of intersection graphs. It is a concise treatment of the aspects of intersection graphs that interconnect many standard concepts and form the foundation of a surprising array of applications to biology, computing, psychology, matrices, and statistics. The authors emphasize the underlying tools and techniques and demonstrate how this approach constitutes a definite theory within graph theory. Some of the applications are not widely known or available in the graph theoretic literature and are presented here for the first time. The book also includes a detailed literature guide for many specialized and related areas, a current bibliography, and more than 100 exercises.
There is a third coloring, however, which we will discuss in this chapter: edge
colorings. As with vertex colorings where the primary emphasis has been on
proper vertex colorings, the customary requirement for edge colorings is that
Author: Gary Chartrand
Publisher: CRC Press
Beginning with the origin of the four color problem in 1852, the field of graph colorings has developed into one of the most popular areas of graph theory. Introducing graph theory with a coloring theme, Chromatic Graph Theory explores connections between major topics in graph theory and graph colorings as well as emerging topics. This self-contained book first presents various fundamentals of graph theory that lie outside of graph colorings, including basic terminology and results, trees and connectivity, Eulerian and Hamiltonian graphs, matchings and factorizations, and graph embeddings. The remainder of the text deals exclusively with graph colorings. It covers vertex colorings and bounds for the chromatic number, vertex colorings of graphs embedded on surfaces, and a variety of restricted vertex colorings. The authors also describe edge colorings, monochromatic and rainbow edge colorings, complete vertex colorings, several distinguishing vertex and edge colorings, and many distance-related vertex colorings. With historical, applied, and algorithmic discussions, this text offers a solid introduction to one of the most popular areas of graph theory.
The geometric objects involved in the given problem are vertices, edges, and
cells (faces), see Fig. 5.4. Cells correspond to the nontrivial invariancy regions.
Edges and vertices are trivial invariancy regions, each edge connects two
Author: Tamás Terlaky
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
This volume contains a selection of contributions that were presented at the Modeling and Optimization: Theory and Applications Conference (MOPTA) held at Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, USA on August 18-20, 2010. The conference brought together a diverse group of researchers and practitioners, working on both theoretical and practical aspects of continuous or discrete optimization. Topics presented included algorithms for solving convex, network, mixed-integer, nonlinear, and global optimization problems, and addressed the application of optimization techniques in finance, logistics, health, and other important fields. The contributions contained in this volume represent a sample of these topics and applications and illustrate the broad diversity of ideas discussed at the meeting.
of G as the number of different ways of coloring the edges of G to produce
differently colored graphs, with the proviso that ... We now make a
correspondence between a colored edge of G and the number of points inserted
on that edge in order ...
Author: Ronald C. Read
Publisher: Academic Press
Graph Theory and Computing focuses on the processes, methodologies, problems, and approaches involved in graph theory and computer science. The book first elaborates on alternating chain methods, average height of planted plane trees, and numbering of a graph. Discussions focus on numbered graphs and difference sets, Euclidean models and complete graphs, classes and conditions for graceful graphs, and maximum matching problem. The manuscript then elaborates on the evolution of the path number of a graph, production of graphs by computer, and graph-theoretic programming language. Topics include FORTRAN characteristics of GTPL, design considerations, representation and identification of graphs in a computer, production of simple graphs and star topologies, and production of stars having a given topology. The manuscript examines the entropy of transformed finite-state automata and associated languages; counting hexagonal and triangular polyominoes; and symmetry of cubical and general polyominoes. Graph coloring algorithms, algebraic isomorphism invariants for graphs of automata, and coding of various kinds of unlabeled trees are also discussed. The publication is a valuable source of information for researchers interested in graph theory and computing.
An element in V(G) is called a vertex of G. An element in E(G) is called an edge of
G. Because graph theory has a variety of applications, we may also use a node
for a vertex and a link for an edge to fit the common terminology in that area.
Author: Lih-Hsing Hsu
Publisher: CRC Press
The advancement of large scale integrated circuit technology has enabled the construction of complex interconnection networks. Graph theory provides a fundamental tool for designing and analyzing such networks. Graph Theory and Interconnection Networks provides a thorough understanding of these interrelated topics. After a brief introduction to graph terminology, the book presents well-known interconnection networks as examples of graphs, followed by in-depth coverage of Hamiltonian graphs. Different types of problems illustrate the wide range of available methods for solving such problems. The text also explores recent progress on the diagnosability of graphs under various models.