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The Seven Elements for a Healthy Landscape is a fundamental approach to viewing the landscape as an interconnected whole. Each element is important, but their interdependent nature gives immense and infinite results. The individual is vital to understanding and implementing the process. The development of local landscape design and care will provide a step towards collective stewardship on a global scale. It is a method to improve our understanding of and reconnecting to ourselves and our natural surroundings. And as we reconnect it may provide solutions to some of the world's most troubling dilemmas.
(Essential Elements for Strings with EE Interactive). (Essential Elements for Strings and Essential Elements Interactive are fully compatible with Essential Elements 2000 for Strings) Essential Elements for Strings offers beginning students sound pedagogy and engaging music, all carefully paced to successfully start young players on their musical journey. EE features both familiar songs and specially designed exercises, created and arranged for the classroom in a unison-learning environment, as well as instrument-specific exercises to focus each student on the unique characteristics of their own instrument. EE provides both teachers and students with a wealth of materials to develop total musicianship, even at the beginning stages. Books 1 and 2 also include access to Essential Elements Interactive (EEi) , the ultimate online music education resource - anywhere, anytime, and on any device. Go toessentialelementsinteractive.com to learn more! Method features: * Enhanced Starting System * Optimum Reinforced Learning * Pacing * Theory, History, Cross-Curriculum & Creativity * Performance Spotlights Book also includes My EE Library * (myeelibrary.com) - Instant Stream/Download/CD-ROM* * Start-up video Learn the basics * Play-along mp3 tracks for all exercises Features a professional orchestra * Duets and trios Print and play parts with friends * Music listening library Hear great pieces for orchestra! *Internet access required for My EE Library . Book includes instructions to order free opt. CD-ROM.
This is a book on nonlinear dynamical systems and their bifurcations under parameter variation. It provides a reader with a solid basis in dynamical systems theory, as well as explicit procedures for application of general mathematical results to particular problems. Special attention is given to efficient numerical implementations of the developed techniques. Several examples from recent research papers are used as illustrations. The book is designed for advanced undergraduate or graduate students in applied mathematics, as well as for Ph.D. students and researchers in physics, biology, engineering, and economics who use dynamical systems as model tools in their studies. A moderate mathematical background is assumed, and whenever possible, only elementary mathematical tools are used. This new edition preserves the structure of the first edition, while updating the context to incorporate recent theoretical developments, in particular, new and improved numerical methods for bifurcation analysis. Reviews of the first edition: "I know of no other book that so clearly explains the basic phenomena of bifurcation theory." Math Reviews "The book is a fine addition to the dynamical systems literature. It is good to see, in our modern rush to quick publication, that we, as a mathematical community, still have time to bring together, and in such a readable and considered form, the important results on our subject." Bulletin of the AMS
Successful and cost-effective design of an ultrasonic sensor can be problematic. As technological requirements have advanced, sensor complexity has increased dramatically, making intuitive design very difficult. Consequently, new improved models, capable of predicting the device characteristics, are vital for designing complex ultrasonic sensors/systems and keeping pace with the increasingly stringent technological requirements of the future. This book explains how to use a signal processing approach to build effective analytical methods that enable modeling of ultrasonic transduction systems.
This is a treatment of a number of aspects of the theory of hydrody- namic propulsion. It has been written with in mind technical propulsion systems generally based on lift producing profiles. We assume the fluid, which is admitted in conventional hydrody- namics, to be incompressible. Further we assume the occurring Reynolds numbers to be sufficiently high such that the inertia forces dominate by far the viscous forces, therefore we take the fluid to be inviscid. Of course it must be realized that viscosity plays an important part in a number of phenomena displayed in real flows, such as flow separation at the nose of a profile and the entrainment of fluid by a ship's hull. Another ap- proximation which will be used in general is that the problems are linearized. In other words it is assumed that the induced disturbance velocities are sufficiently small, such that their squares can be neglected with respect to these velocities themselves. Hence it is necessary to evaluate the domain of validity of the results with respect to these two a priori assumptions. Anyhow it seems advisable to have first a good understanding of the linearized non-viscous theory before embarking on complicated theories which describe more or less realistic situations. For elaborations of the theory to realistic situations we will refer to current literature. In low Reynolds number flow, singular external forces and moments are very useful.
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