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The Adventure of Physics  Vol. I: Fall, Flow, and Heat
(Olympiadis trigesimae primae, 2016)Chapter 1: Why should we care about motion? Chapter 2: From motion measurement to continuity. Chapter 3: How to describe motion  kinematics. Chapter 4: From objects and images to conservation. Chapter 5: From the ... 
The Adventure of Physics  Vol. II: Relativity
(Olympiadis trigesimae primae, 2016)Chapter 1 Maximum speed, observers at rest, and motion of light. Chapter 2 Relativistic mechanics. Chapter 3 Special relativity in four sentences. Chapter 4 Simple general relativity: gravitation, maximum speed and maximum ... 
The Adventure of Physics  Vol. III: Light, Charges and Brains
(Olympiadis trigesimae primae, 2016)Chapter 1: Liquid electricity, invisible fields and maximum speed. Chapter 2: The description of electromagnetic field evolution. Chapter 3: What is light? Chapter 4: Images and the eye  optics. Chapter 5: Electromagnetic ... 
The Adventure of Physics  Vol. IV: The Quantum of Change
(Olympiadis trigesimae primae, 2016)Chapter 1: Minimum action  quantum theory for poets. Chapter 2: Light  the strange consequences of the quantum of action. Chapter 3: Motion of matter  beyond classical physics. Chapter 4: The quantum description of ... 
The Adventure of Physics  Vol. V: Motion inside matterpleasure, Technology and stars
(Olympiadis trigesimae primae, 2016)Chapter 1: Motion for enjoying life. Chapter 2: Changing the world with quantum theory. Chapter 3: Quantum electrodynamics  the origin of virtual reality. Chapter 4: Quantum mechanics with gravitation  the first approach. ... 
The Adventure of Physics  Vol. VI: The Strand modelA Speculation on Unification
(Olympiadis trigesimae primae, 2016)Chapter 1: From millennium physics to unification  the open issues of fundamental physics. Chapter 2: Physics in limit statements  simplifying physics as much as possible. Chapter 3: General relativity versus quantum ... 
African origin for Madagascan dogs revealed by mtDNA analysis
(2015)Madagascar was one of the last major land masses to be inhabited by humans. It was initially colonized by Austronesian speaking Indonesians 1500–2000 years ago, but subsequent migration from Africa has resulted in approximately ... 
Algebra and Trigonometry
(OpenStax College, 2015)Written and reviewed by a team of highly experienced instructors, Algebra and Trigonometry provides a comprehensive and multilayered exploration of algebraic principles. The text is suitable for a typical introductory ... 
Algorithms and Data Structures With Applications to Graphics and Geometry
(The Global Text Project, 2011)Part I: Programming environments for motion, graphics, and geometry. Chapter 1: Reducing a task to given primitives: programming motion. Chapter 2: Graphics primitives and environments. Chapter 3: Algorithm animation. Part ... 
American Government and Politics in the Information Age
(The Saylor Foundation, 2011)Chapter 1: Communication in the Information Age. Chapter 2: The Constitution and the Structure of Government Power. Chapter 3: Federalism. Chapter 4: Civil Liberties. Chapter 5: Civil Rights. Chapter 6: Political Culture ... 
Amodel for non monotonic intensity coding
(The Royal Society, 2015)Peripheral neurons of most sensory systems increase their response with increasing stimulus intensity. Behavioural responses, however, can be specific to some intermediate intensity level whose particular value might be ... 
Analysis and Investigation of the Inverter for Energy Transfer from Small Wind Power Plant to Common Grid
(INTECH Open Access Publisher, 2010)The specific proportion of the parameters in the system: Small power source  Inverter with hysteresis controller  Grid causes unprofitable phenomena and difficulties with choice of the filter parameters, hysteresis band ... 
Analysis of iris surface features in populations of diverse ancestry
(2016)There are many textural elements that can be found in the human eye, including Fuchs’ crypts, Wolfflin nodules, pigment spots, contraction furrows and conjunctival melanosis. Although iris surface features have been ... 
Analysis of millimetre wave polarization diverse multiple input multiple output capacity
(2015)Millimetrewaves offer the possibility of wide bandwidth and consequently high data rate for wireless communications. For both uni and dualpolarized systems, signals sent over a link may suffer severe degradation due to ... 
Analytical model of reactive transport processes with spatially variable coefficients
(2015)Analytical solutions of partial differential equation (PDE) models describing reactive transport phenomena in saturated porous media are often used as screening tools to provide insight into contaminant fate and transport ... 
Ants determine their next move at rest
(2016)To find useful work to do for their colony, individual eusocial animals have to move, somehow staying attentive to relevant social information. Recent research on individualTemnothorax albipennis ants moving inside their ... 
Applied Discrete Structures
(University of Massachusetts Lowell, 2013)Chapter 1: Set Theory. Chapter 2: Combinatorics. Chapter 3: Logic. Chapter 4: More on Sets. Chapter 5: Introduction to Matrix Algebra. Chapter 6: Relations and Graphs. Chapter 7: Functions. Chapter 8: Recursion and Recurrence ... 
Approximate series solution of multidimensional, time fractionalorder (heatlike) diffusion equations using FRDTM
(2015)The main goal of this paper is to present a new approximate series solution of the multidimensional (heatlike) diffusion equation with timefractional derivative in Caputo form using a semianalytical approach: ... 
Are genes faster than crabs?
(2014)Biological invasions offer unique opportunities to investigate evolutionary dynamics at the peripheries of expanding populations. Here, we examine genetic patterns associated with admixture between two distinct invasive ... 
Are migratory behaviours of bats socially transmitted?
(2016)To migrate, animals rely on endogenous, genetically inherited programmes, or socially transmitted information about routes and behaviours, or a combination of the two. In longlived animals with extended parental care, as ...