Author: Bettina Bock von Wülfingen

Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG

ISBN: 3110535068

Category: Art

Page: 122

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Traces keep time and make the past visible. As such, they continue to be a fundamental resource for scientific knowledge production in modernity. While the art of trace reading is a millennia-old practice, tracings are specifically produced in the photographic archive or in the scientific laboratory. The material traces of the forms represent the objects and causes to which they owe their existence while making them invisible at the moment of their visualization. By looking at different techniques for the production of traces and their changes over two centuries, the contributions show the continuities they have, both in the laboratories and in large colliders of particle physics. This volume, inspired by Carlo Ginzburg’s early works, formulates a theory of traces for the 21st century.

The Book of Traces

Author: V Diekert,G Rozenberg

Publisher: World Scientific

ISBN: 9814501263

Category: Computers

Page: 568

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The theory of traces employs techniques and tackles problems from quite diverse areas which include formal language theory, combinatorics, graph theory, algebra, logic, and the theory of concurrent systems. In all these areas the theory of traces has led to interesting problems and significant results. It has made an especially big impact in formal language theory and the theory of concurrent systems. In both these disciplines it is a well-recognized and dynamic research area. Within formal language theory it yields the theory of partially commutative monoids, and provides an important connection between languages and graphs. Within the theory of concurrent systems it provides an important formal framework for the analysis and synthesis of concurrent systems. This monograph covers all important research lines of the theory of traces; each chapter is devoted to one research line and is written by leading experts. The book is organized in such a way that each chapter can be read independently — and hence it is very suitable for advanced courses or seminars on formal language theory, the theory of concurrent systems, the theory of semigroups, and combinatorics. An extensive bibliography is included. At present, there is no other book of this type on trace theory. Contents:Basic Notions:Introduction to Trace Theory (A Mazurkiewicz)Dependence Graphs (H J Hoogeboom & G Rozenberg)Algebra and Combinatorics:Combinatorics in Trace Monoids I (C Choffrut)Combinatorics in Trace Monoids II (G Duchamp & D Krob)Counting Techniques for Inclusion, Equivalence and Membership Problems (A Bertoni et al.)Languages and Automata:Recognizable Trace Languages (E Ochma(ski)Asynchronous Automata (W Zielonka)Construction of Asynchronous Automata (V Diekert & A Mischoll)Concurrency and Logic:Trace Structures and Other Models for Concurrency (M Nielsen & G Winskel)Traces and Logic (W Penczek & R Kuiper)Generalizations:Infinite Traces (P Gastin & A Petit)Semi-Commutations (M Clerbout et al.) Readership: Computer scientists and mathematicians. keywords:Traces;Concurrency;Partial Commutation;Automata;Formal Languages;Mathematical Foundations of Computer Science;Infinite Behaviour

Disappearing Traces

Author: Dorota Glowacka

Publisher: University of Washington Press

ISBN: 0295804157

Category: Social Science

Page: 304

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In Disappearing Traces, Dorota Glowacka examines the tensions between the ethical and aesthetic imperatives in literary, artistic, and philosophical works about the Holocaust, in a search for new ways to understand the traumatic past and its impact on the present. She engages with the work of leading 20th-century philosophers and theorists, including Levinas, Benjamin, Lyotard, and Derrida, to consider the role of language in the construction and transmission of traumatic memories; the relation between self-identity and the act of bearing witness; and the ethical implications of representing trauma. Glowacka's work draws on a wide range of discourses and disciplines, bringing into conversation various genres of writing and artistic production. It reveals the need to find innovative idioms and new means of engaging with the past, and to create alliances between different disciplines and modes of representing the past that transform and transcend existing paradigms of representation.

Video Traces for Network Performance Evaluation

Author: Patrick Seeling,Frank H. P. Fitzek,Martin Reisslein

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 1402055668

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 272

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This book provides a comprehensive introduction to video traces and their use in networking research. After first providing the basics of digital video and video coding, the book introduces video traces, covering the metrics captured in the traces, the trace generation, as well as the statistical characteristics of the video characterized in the traces.

Life Traces of the Georgia Coast

Author: Anthony J. Martin

Publisher: Indiana University Press

ISBN: 0253006023

Category: Nature

Page: 715

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Have you ever wondered what left behind those prints and tracks on the seashore, or what made those marks or dug those holes in the dunes? Life Traces of the Georgia Coast is an up-close look at these traces of life and the animals and plants that made them. It tells about the how the tracemakers lived and how they interacted with their environments. This is a book about ichnology (the study of such traces), a wonderful way to learn about the behavior of organisms, living and long extinct. Life Traces presents an overview of the traces left by modern animals and plants in this biologically rich region; shows how life traces relate to the environments, natural history, and behaviors of their tracemakers; and applies that knowledge toward a better understanding of the fossilized traces that ancient life left in the geologic record. Augmented by numerous illustrations of traces made by both ancient and modern organisms, the book shows how ancient trace fossils directly relate to modern traces and tracemakers, among them, insects, grasses, crabs, shorebirds, alligators, and sea turtles. The result is an aesthetically appealing and scientifically accurate book that will serve as both a source book for scientists and for anyone interested in the natural history of the Georgia coast.

Traces of the Holocaust

Author: Tim Cole

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 1441138978

Category: History

Page: 192

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'The universe began shrinking,' wrote Elie Wiesel of his Holocaust experiences in Hungary, 'first we were supposed to leave our towns and concentrate in the larger cities. Then the towns shrank to the ghetto, and the ghetto to a house, the house to a room, the room to a cattle car...' Adopting an innovative multi-perspectival approach framed around a wide variety of material traces - from receipts to maps, name lists to photographs - Tim Cole tells stories of journeys into and out of Hungarian ghettos. These stories of the perpetrators who oversaw ghettoization and deportation, the bystanders who witnessed and aided these journeys, and the victims who undertook them reveal the spatio-temporal dimensions of the Holocaust. But they also point to the visibility of these events within the ordinary spaces of the city, the importance of an economic assault on Jews and the marked gendering of the Holocaust in Hungary.

La Formule des Traces Locale Tordue

Author: Colette Moeglin,Jean-Loup Waldspurger

Publisher: American Mathematical Soc.

ISBN: 1470427710

Category: Algebraic number theory

Page: 180

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A note to readers: This book is in French. The text has two chapters. The first one, written by Waldspurger, proves a twisted version of the local trace formula of Arthur over a local field. This formula is an equality between two expressions, one involving weighted orbital integrals, the other one involving weighted characters. The authors follow Arthur's proof, but the treatement of the spectral side is more complicated in the twisted situation. They need to use the combinatorics of the “Morning Seminar”. The authors' local trace formula has the same consequences as in Arthur's paper on elliptic characters. The second chapter, written by Moeglin, gives a symmetric form of the local trace formula as in Arthur's paper on Fourier Transform of Orbital integral and describes any twisted orbital integral, in the p-adic case, as integral of characters.

Conard County: Traces of Murder

Author: Rachel Lee

Publisher: Harlequin

ISBN: 1488072914

Category: Fiction

Page: 256

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New York Times Bestselling Author She’s about to face danger… the kind she never trained for. Neither elite soldier Hillary Kristiansen nor US Special Ops member Trace Mullen knew that a trip to the cemetery to mourn their shared friends’ deaths would result in an investigation. But as they bond over their grief, they find themselves determined to prove that the deaths were not mere tragedies—they were murders. In the process, they’ll expose a cover-up…and fight for their lives when an illicit arms dealer sets his sights on them. From Harlequin Intrigue: Seek thrills. Solve crimes. Justice served. Discover more action-packed stories in the Conard County: The Next Generation series. All books are stand-alone with uplifting endings but were published in the following order: Book 2: Protector of One Book 3: The Unexpected Hero Book 4: The Man from Nowhere Book 5: Her Hero in Hiding Book 6: A Soldier’s Redemption Book 7: No Ordinary Hero Book 8: The Final Mission Book 9: Just a Cowboy Book 10: The Rescue Pilot Book 11: Guardian in Disguise Book 12: The Widow’s Protector Book 13: Rancher’s Deadly Risk Book 14: What She Saw Book 15: Rocky Mountain Lawman Book 16: Killer’s Prey Book 17: Deadly Hunter Book 18: Defending the Eyewitness Book 19: Snowstorm Confessions Book 20: Undercover Hunter Book 21: Thanksgiving Daddy Book 22: Reuniting with the Rancher Book 23: A Conard County Baby Book 24: The Lawman Lassoes a Family Book 25: Playing with Fire Book 26: A Cowboy for Christmas Book 27: Conard County Witness Book 28: A Secret in Conard County Book 29: Conard County Spy Book 30: An Unlikely Daddy Book 31: Conard County Marine Book 32: Undercover in Conard County Book 33: His Pregnant Courthouse Bride Book 34: A Conard County Homecoming Book 35: Cornered in Conard County Book 36: A Conard County Courtship Book 37: Conard County Revenge Book 38: Conard County Watch Book 39: A Bachelor, a Boss and a Baby Book 40: Murdered in Conard County Book 41: Stalked in Conard County Book 42: Conard County Justice Book 43: Conard County: Hard Proof Book 44: Conard County: Traces of Murder Book 45: Hunted in Conard County

The British Journal of Homoeopathy

Author: John James Drysdale,Robert Ellis Dudgeon,Richard Hughes,John Rutherfurd Russell

Publisher: N.A


Category: Homeopathy

Page: 420

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