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The Book Triumphant: Print in Transition in the Sixteenth by Malcolm Walsby, Graeme Kemp (editors)

By Malcolm Walsby, Graeme Kemp (editors)

Books revealed within the 15th century were the topic of a lot in-depth examine. by contrast, the start of the 16th century has no longer attracted an identical scholarly curiosity. This quantity brings jointly reports that constitution the advance of printing and bookselling all through Europe in the course of the 16th and 17th centuries. It offers new study and research at the influence of the Reformation, on how texts have been transmitted and at the complicated relationships that affected the construction and sale of books. the result's a wide-ranging reappraisal of an essential interval within the background of the published book.Contributors comprise Zsuzsa Barbarics-Hermanik, J??rgen Beyer, Amy Nelson Burnett, Neil Harris, Brenda M. Hosington, Johannes Hund, Henning P. J??rgens, Justyna Kiliaczyk-Ziba, Hans-J?¶rg K??nast, Urs Bernhard Leu, Matthew McLean, Andrew Pettegree, David Shaw, Christoph Volkmar, Hanno Wijsman and Alexander Wilkinson.

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Progress in Artificial Intelligence: 15th Portuguese by Daniel Loureiro, Goreti Marreiros, José Neves (auth.), Luis

By Daniel Loureiro, Goreti Marreiros, José Neves (auth.), Luis Antunes, H. Sofia Pinto (eds.)

This ebook features a choice of better caliber and reviewed papers of the fifteenth Portuguese convention on man made Intelligence, EPIA 2011, held in Lisbon, Portugal, in October 2011.
The 50 revised complete papers offered have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from a complete of 203 submissions. The papers are geared up in topical sections on affective computing, ambient intelligence environments, man made intelligence methodologies for video games, man made intelligence in transportation structures, man made lifestyles evolutionary algorithms, computational good judgment with purposes, common synthetic intelligence, clever robotics, wisdom discovery and company intelligence, multi-agent structures: conception and functions, social simulation and modeling, textual content mining and purposes, and doctoral symposium on synthetic intelligence.

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High Solid Dispersions by Dimitris Vlassopoulos, George Fytas (auth.), Michel Cloitre

By Dimitris Vlassopoulos, George Fytas (auth.), Michel Cloitre (eds.)

From Polymers to Colloids: Engineering the Dynamic houses of bushy debris, by way of D. Vlassopoulos and G. Fytas
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Nonlinear Rheological houses of Dense Colloidal Dispersions with reference to a tumbler Transition lower than regular Shear, through M. Fuchs
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Micromechanics of soppy Particle Glasses, via R. T. Bonnecaze and M. Cloitre
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Quantitative Imaging of centred Suspensions below move, via L. Isa, R. Besseling, A. B. Schofield and W. C. ok. Poon
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Soft and rainy fabrics: From Hydrogels to Biotissues, through J. P. Gong and Y. Osada

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DNA Replication: Methods and Protocols by Stephen J. Aves (auth.), Sonya Vengrova, Jacob Z. Dalgaard

By Stephen J. Aves (auth.), Sonya Vengrova, Jacob Z. Dalgaard (eds.)

Since the invention of DNA constitution and during the resulting "DNA era," the sector of DNA replication has multiplied to hide an enormous variety of experimental structures. In DNA Replication: equipment and Protocols, professional researchers current a set of recommendations and techniques used to enquire DNA replication with an emphasis at the latest technological advancements. starting with a number of informative introductory assessment chapters, this huge quantity is prepared for readability whereas absolutely encouraging innovation by means of the blending of tips on how to create new innovations. Written within the hugely winning Methods in Molecular Biology™ sequence layout, chapters include short introductions to the themes, lists of the required fabrics and reagents, step by step, conveniently reproducible laboratory protocols, and notes on troubleshooting and heading off recognized pitfalls.

Comprehensive and state-of-the-art, DNA Replication: tools and Protocols presents a superb software for either proven laboratories and participants new to this intriguing box of research.

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