Understanding Three Dimensions

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ISBN: MINN:31951D00361017C
Release Date: 1987
Number of pages: 126
Author: Jonathan Block
Publisher: Prentice Hall

Download and read online Understanding Three Dimensions in PDF and EPUB Discusses form in terms of elements, attributes, and organization to establish a systematic approach to the complexities of three-dimensional design.


Invention and Understanding

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ISBN: 0988637693
Release Date: 2013-10
Number of pages: 66
Author: Steven Careau
Publisher:

Download and read online Invention and Understanding in PDF and EPUB "This book presents a rational and systematic approach to both understanding and inventing three-dimensional art. Focusing on the under-graduate classroom, the book is intended to be a pedagogical guide for college art teachers, graduate students in the arts who wish to teach, and educational professionals interested in pedagogy"--Page 4 of cover.


The Three Dimensions of Domestic Violence

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ISBN: 9781607999706
Release Date: 2010-01
Number of pages: 129
Author: Mangal Dan Dipty
Publisher: Tate Publishing

Download and read online The Three Dimensions of Domestic Violence in PDF and EPUB [R]eveals newly discovered practical ways to eradicate negative behavior patterns that diminish quality of life. ... [T]his book offers solutions that can change lives. ... [R]eaders will learn how to: identify anger and violence in the home; relieve tension build-up before it is outwardly expressed; overcome addictive tendencies, daily stress and undesirable addiction; understand different styles of communication and recognize his or her own style; apply positive communication to personal and work relationships; enjoy personal and family relationships--P. [4] of cover.


Public Management

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ISBN: 9781506316307
Release Date: 2015-10-13
Number of pages: 528
Author: Carolyn J. Hill
Publisher: CQ Press

Download and read online Public Management in PDF and EPUB Managing in the public sector requires an understanding of the interaction between three distinct dimensions—administrative structures, organizational cultures, and the skills of individual managers. Public managers must produce results that citizens and their representatives expect from their government while fulfilling their constitutional responsibilities. In Public Management: Thinking and Acting in Three Dimensions, authors Carolyn J. Hill and Laurence E. Lynn, Jr. argue that one-size-fits-all approaches are inadequate for dealing with the distinctive challenges that public managers face. Drawing on both theory and detailed case studies of actual practice, the authors show how public management that is based on applying a three-dimensional analytic framework—structure, culture, and craft—to specific management problems is the most effective way to improve the performance of America’s unique scheme of governance in accordance with the rule of law. The book educates readers to be informed citizens and prepares students to participate as professionals in the world of public management.


Numerical Ocean Acoustic Propagation in Three Dimensions

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ISBN: 981022303X
Release Date: 1995
Number of pages: 207
Author: Ding Lee
Publisher: World Scientific

Download and read online Numerical Ocean Acoustic Propagation in Three Dimensions in PDF and EPUB This book introduces a comprehensive mathematical formulation of the three-dimensional ocean acoustic propagation problem by means of functional and operator splitting techniques in conjunction with rational function approximations. It presents various numerical solutions of the model equation such as finite difference, alternating direction and preconditioning. The detailed analysis of the concept of 3D, N x 2D and 2D problems is very useful not only mathematically and physically, but also computationally. The inclusion of a complete detailed listing of proven computer codes which have been in use by a number of universities and research organizations worldwide makes this book a valuable reference source. Advanced knowledge of numerical methods, applied mathematics and ocean acoustics is not required to understand this book. It is oriented toward graduate students and research scientists to use for research and application purposes.


Understanding DNA

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ISBN: 0080474667
Release Date: 2004-03-13
Number of pages: 352
Author: Chris R. Calladine
Publisher: Academic Press

Download and read online Understanding DNA in PDF and EPUB The functional properties of any molecule are directly related to, and affected by, its structure. This is especially true for DNA, the molecular that carries the code for all life on earth. The third edition of Understanding DNA has been entirely revised and updated, and expanded to cover new advances in our understanding. It explains, step by step, how DNA forms specific structures, the nature of these structures and how they fundamentally affect the biological processes of transcription and replication. Written in a clear, concise and lively fashion, Understanding DNA is essential reading for all molecular biology, biochemistry and genetics students, to newcomers to the field from other areas such as chemistry or physics, and even for seasoned researchers, who really want to understand DNA. Describes the basic units of DNA and how these form the double helix, and the various types of DNA double helix Outlines the methods used to study DNA structure Contains over 130 illustrations, some in full color, as well as exercises and further readings to stimulate student comprehension


Structure and Form in Design

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ISBN: 9781472584311
Release Date: 2014-02-13
Number of pages: 200
Author: Michael Hann
Publisher: A&C Black

Download and read online Structure and Form in Design in PDF and EPUB This book provides a critical examination of structure and form in design, covering a range of topics of great value to students and practitioners engaged in any of the specialist decorative arts and design disciplines. The complexities of two-dimensional phenomena are explained and illustrated in detail, while various three-dimensional forms are also discussed. In the context of the decorative arts and design, structure is the underlying framework, and form the resultant, visible, two- or three-dimensional outcome of the creative process. Whether hidden or visually detectable in the final design, structure invariably determines whether or not a design is successful in terms of both its aesthetics and its practical performance. Hann successfully identifies various geometric concepts, and presents and discusses a number of simple guidelines to assist the creative endeavours of both accomplished and student practitioners, teachers and researchers.


Three Dimensional Ultrastructure in Biology

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ISBN: 0080859208
Release Date: 1981-08-17
Number of pages: 347
Author:
Publisher: Academic Press

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Public Management A Three Dimensional Approach

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ISBN: NWU:35556039443320
Release Date: 2008-12-15
Number of pages: 490
Author: Carolyn J Hill
Publisher: Cq Press

Download and read online Public Management A Three Dimensional Approach in PDF and EPUB Managing in the public sector entails an understanding of the interaction between three distinct dimensions&BAD:—administrative structures and processes, organizations and their cultures, and the skills and values of individual managers. Public managers must produce results that citizens and their representatives expect from their government while balancing these concerns within a constitutional scheme of governance. In Public Management, authors Carolyn J. Hill and Laurence E. Lynn, Jr. show that constructing critical analyses and persuasive arguments is the principal tool for effectively managing in three dimensions. Students learn how to analyze and explain managerial strategies and decisions, critically assessing real world case studies and building their own arguments. Four unique features further the book&BAD:’s approach and reinforce practical learning: Rule of Law boxes showcase how public managers are affected by statutes, regulations, and court decisions. Concepts in Action boxes show how sense-making, deliberation and decision making are common features in everday news stories, opinion pieces, and government reports. How the World Works boxes aptly illustrate how human nature creates conundrums, irony, and surprise in the practice of public management&BAD:—a reminder that theory cannot fully explain the variety and complexity of human and organizational behavior. Analysis and Argument sections at the end of every chapter guide students in case analysis and help them build the elements of an argument (Claim, Reason, Evidence, Warrant, Acknowledgment and Response).Rich with vivid, &BAD:“ripped-from-the-headlines&BAD:” examples of managerial situations as well as noteworthy scholarship, Public Management underlines the challenges and art of balancing structure, culture, and craft.


Understanding Physics

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ISBN: 9781118437827
Release Date: 2012-05-18
Number of pages: 696
Author: Michael Mansfield
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

Download and read online Understanding Physics in PDF and EPUB Understanding Physics – Second edition is a comprehensive, yet compact, introductory physics textbook aimed at physics undergraduates and also at engineers and other scientists taking a general physics course. Written with today's students in mind, this text covers the core material required by an introductory course in a clear and refreshing way. A second colour is used throughout to enhance learning and understanding. Each topic is introduced from first principles so that the text is suitable for students without a prior background in physics. At the same time the book is designed to enable students to proceed easily to subsequent courses in physics and may be used to support such courses. Mathematical methods (in particular, calculus and vector analysis) are introduced within the text as the need arises and are presented in the context of the physical problems which they are used to analyse. Particular aims of the book are to demonstrate to students that the easiest, most concise and least ambiguous way to express and describe phenomena in physics is by using the language of mathematics and that, at this level, the total amount of mathematics required is neither large nor particularly demanding. 'Modern physics' topics (relativity and quantum mechanics) are introduced at an earlier stage than is usually found in introductory textbooks and are integrated with the more 'classical' material from which they have evolved. This book encourages students to develop an intuition for relativistic and quantum concepts at as early a stage as is practicable. The text takes a reflective approach towards the scientific method at all stages and, in keeping with the title of the text, emphasis is placed on understanding of, and insight into, the material presented.


Understanding the Pentateuch as a Scripture

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ISBN: 9781405196390
Release Date: 2017-10-16
Number of pages: 312
Author: James W. Watts
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

Download and read online Understanding the Pentateuch as a Scripture in PDF and EPUB A cutting-edge scholarly review of how the Pentateuch functions as a scripture, and how it came to be ritualized in this way. Understanding the Pentateuch as a Scripture is a unique account of the first five books of the Bible, describing how Jews and Christians ritualize the Pentateuch as a scripture by interpreting it, by performing its text and contents, and by venerating the physical scroll and book. Pentateuchal studies are known for intense focus on questions of how and when the first five books of the Bible were composed, edited, and canonized as scripture. Rather than such purely historical, literary, or theological approaches, Hebrew Bible scholar James W. Watts organizes this description of the Pentateuch from the perspectives of comparative scriptures and religious studies. He describes how the Pentateuch has been used in the centuries since it began to function as a scripture in the time of Ezra, and the origins of its ritualization before that time. The book: Analyzes the semantic contents of the Pentateuch as oral rhetoric that takes the form of stories followed by lists of laws and sanctions Gives equal space to its ritualization in the iconic and performative dimensions as to its semantic interpretation Fully integrates the cultural history of the Pentateuch and Bible with its influence on Jewish and Christian ritual, and in art, music, theatre, and film Understanding the Pentateuch as a Scripture is a groundbreaking work that highlights new research data and organizes the material to focus attention on the Pentateuch’s—and Bible’s— function as a scripture.


Explorations in Mathematical Physics

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ISBN: 9780387327938
Release Date: 2006-11-30
Number of pages: 539
Author: Don Koks
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

Download and read online Explorations in Mathematical Physics in PDF and EPUB Have you ever wondered why the language of modern physics centres on geometry? Or how quantum operators and Dirac brackets work? What a convolution really is? What tensors are all about? Or what field theory and lagrangians are, and why gravity is described as curvature? This book takes you on a tour of the main ideas forming the language of modern mathematical physics. Here you will meet novel approaches to concepts such as determinants and geometry, wave function evolution, statistics, signal processing, and three-dimensional rotations. You will see how the accelerated frames of special relativity tell us about gravity. On the journey, you will discover how tensor notation relates to vector calculus, how differential geometry is built on intuitive concepts, and how variational calculus leads to field theory. You will meet quantum measurement theory, along with Green functions and the art of complex integration, and finally general relativity and cosmology. The book takes a fresh approach to tensor analysis built solely on the metric and vectors, with no need for one-forms. This gives a much more geometrical and intuitive insight into vector and tensor calculus, together with general relativity, than do traditional, more abstract methods. Don Koks is a physicist at the Defence Science and Technology Organisation in Adelaide, Australia. His doctorate in quantum cosmology was obtained from the Department of Physics and Mathematical Physics at Adelaide University. Prior work at the University of Auckland specialised in applied accelerator physics, along with pure and applied mathematics.


Art in Three Dimensions

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ISBN: 9780199559312
Release Date: 2010-07-15
Number of pages: 539
Author: Noël Carroll
Publisher: Oxford University Press

Download and read online Art in Three Dimensions in PDF and EPUB This is a collection of essays by one of the most eminent figures in philosophy of art. Carroll argues that philosophers of art need to refocus their attention on the ways in which art enters the life of culture and the lives of individual audience members.


Euclid s Heritage Is Space Three Dimensional

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ISBN: 9789401580960
Release Date: 2013-03-09
Number of pages: 231
Author: P. Janich
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

Download and read online Euclid s Heritage Is Space Three Dimensional in PDF and EPUB We live in a space, we get about in it. We also quantify it, we think of it as having dimensions. Ever since Euclid's ancient geometry, we have thought of bodies occupying parts of this space (including our own bodies), the space of our practical orientations (our 'moving abouts'), as having three dimensions. Bodies have volume specified by measures of length, breadth and height. But how do we know that the space we live in has just these three dimensions? It is theoreti cally possible that some spaces might exist that are not correctly described by Euclidean geometry. After all, there are the non Euclidian geometries, descriptions of spaces not conforming to the axioms and theorems of Euclid's geometry. As one might expect, there is a history of philosophers' attempts to 'prove' that space is three-dimensional. The present volume surveys these attempts from Aristotle, through Leibniz and Kant, to more recent philosophy. As you will learn, the historical theories are rife with terminology, with language, already tainted by the as sumed, but by no means obvious, clarity of terms like 'dimension', 'line', 'point' and others. Prior to that language there are actions, ways of getting around in the world, building things, being interested in things, in the more specific case of dimensionality, cutting things. It is to these actions that we must eventually appeal if we are to understand how science is grounded.


Ministry in Three Dimensions

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ISBN: 0232527431
Release Date: 2008
Number of pages: 247
Author: Steven Croft
Publisher: Darton Longman and Todd

Download and read online Ministry in Three Dimensions in PDF and EPUB In Ministry in Three Dimensions, Steven Croft outlines the challenges - greater geographical and social mobility, and older, smaller congregations, for example - that today’s society presents to the churches, explaining that models of mission and ministry which were once perfectly adequate no longer work in this new situation.The author identifies some of the potentially harmful ways in which attempts have been made to meet these new challenges, suggesting the use of secular management models as one such false trail. Far better and more fruitful is to recover a biblically-based understanding of ministry.In scripture and through Church history he explores the dimensions of ministry indicated by three different Greek words found in the New Testament: diakonia, presbyteros and episcope, uncovering the rich tradition surrounding what it means to be an ordained leader in the Church.Steven Croft draws out insights from which a new, relevant understanding of ordained ministry can be built across the denominations, and explores how to put these insights into practice, suggesting ways in which each minister can balance the three dimensions in their own setting.