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WATSON, William ed.. LANDSCAPE STYLE IN ASIA: A Colloquy Held 25-27 June 1979. Colloquies on Art & Ar.
With essays: W. Watson: LANDSCAPE ELEMENTS IN THE EARLY BUD- DHIST ART OF CHINA. L. Smith: LANDSCAPE & THE EARLY YAMATO-E STYLE. M. Tregear: THE COMPOSITION OF CHINESE LANDSCAPE PAI- NTING IN THE 17TH CENTURY. D. Lion-Goldschmidt: LE PAYSAGE DANS LES ARTS DECORATIFS DES MING. R. Whitfield: LANDSCAPE PAINTING IN THE LATE CH'ING PERIOD. J. Sweetman:LANDSCAPE IN UKIYO-E. P. Soucek: THE ROLE O FLANDSCAPE IN IRANIAN PAINT- ING TO THE 15TH CENTURY. B. Brend: ROCKS IN PERSIAN MINIATU- RE PAINTING. G. Goodwin:LANDSCAPE IN OTTOMAN ART. R.Skelton: LANDSCAPE IN INDIAN PAINTING. R. Denwood: LANDSCAPE IN THE PAINTINGS OF NEPAL, TIBET & MONGOLIA. A. H. Christie: LAND- LANDSCAPE IN THE ART OF JAVA AND BALI. Nicely done. * * * BUY WITH CONFIDENCE 43 YEARS EXPERIENCE ! * * * !! WARNING: The above description is COPYRIGHT protected material under United States & International Copyright & Intellectual property laws. Unauthorized copying or use of ANY PART is a felony and * * * * SHIPPING: WE SHIP WORLD WIDE * * * * * The shipping costs displayed for our books on ZVAB are ONLY AN ESTIMATE !!! * ACTUAL costs are based book weight, destination and value. * We will inform you of shipping costs and options once you select the book. **FOREIGN: We usually ship by registered/insured airmail to customers abroad. **DOMESTIC: We ship to USA customers by UPS/FEDEX or U.S. MAIL, appropriate insurance/registry and signature required will appply. ***** Please inquire if you have any questions regarding shipping or payments .
London 1979, Percifal David Foundation of Chinese Art. Stiff white wrs., very good, 198p., bibliography, profusely illus- trated with many b.w. photos, an anthology of scholarly wri- tings. FIRST & ONLY EDITION
Busse, F. H., C. K. R. T. Jones Y. Kuramoto (Eds.) a. o.: Physica D: Nonlinear Phenomena, Volume 107, No. 2 - 4, Amsterdam, Elsevier North Holland, 1997. ISBN: 01672789
Contents:1. Landscape paradigms in physics and biology: Introduction and overview, David Sherrington 2. Landscapes with megabasins: Polyamorphism in liquids and biopolymers and the role of nucleation in folding and folding diseases, C. A. Angell 3. Self-organized criticality and punctuated equilibria, Per Bak and Stefan Boettcher 4. Multiscale analysis of hierarchical landscapes, R. Baviera and M. A. Virasoro 5. Multiscaling in fragmentation, E. Ben-Naim and P. L. Krapivsky 6. Rugged landscapes and the "Quantori" ground state of 1D quantum systems of adatoms on substrates, Gennady P. Berman, Evgeny N. Bulgakov and David K. Campbell 7. Miniband landscape of disordered dimer superlattices, Gennady P. Berman, Francisco Dominguez-Adame and Angel Sanchez 8. Broad universality in self-organized critical phenomena, Stefan Boettcher and Maya Paczuski 9. Landscape approach for pinned elastic interfaces, Jean-Philippe Bouchaud and Marc Mezard 10. Force fluctuations in granular media, S. N. Coppersmith 11. From random walks to spin glasses, B. Derrida 12. Robustness and efficiency in inverse protein folding, Thomas M. Fink and Robin C. Ball 13. Dynamics and domain walls: Is the "landscape paradigm" instructive?, Daniel S. Fisher 14. Spectral diffusion experiments on a myoglobin-like protein: Statistical and individual features of its energy landscape (Spectral diffusion in proteins), K. Fritsch and J. Friedrich 15. Multi-basin dynamics of a protein in a crystal environment, Angel E. Garcia, Raphael Blumenfeld, Gerhard Hummer and James A. Krumhansl 16. Correlation length, isotropy and meta-stable states, Ricardo Garcia-Pelayo and Peter F. Stadler 17. Correlation analysis of the synchronizing-CA landscape, Wim Hordijk 18. Free energy and the Fokker-Planck equation, Richard Jordan, David Kinderlehrer and Felix Otto 19. Small surface energy, coarse-graining, and selection of microstructure, Rober V. Kohn and Felix Otto 20. Nanostructural and microstructural landscapes in materials science, T. E. Mitchell 21. Evidence for self-organized criticality in evolution, M. E. J. Newman 22. Exploring the conformational energy landscape of proteins, G. Ulrich Nienhaus, Joachim D. Müller, Ben H. McMahon and Hans Frauenfelder 23. Foldons as independently folding units of proteins, Anna R. Panchenko, Zaida Luthey-Schulten and Peter G. Wolynes 24. How to create polymers with protein-like capabilities: A theoretical suggestion, Vijay S. Pande, Alexander Yu. Grosberg and Toyoichi Tanaka 25. Statistical mechanis of correlated energy landscape models for random heteropolymers and proteins , Steven S. Plotkin, Jin Wang and Peter G. Wolynes 26. Zero temperature landscape of the random sine-Gordon model, Angel Sanchez, A. R. Bishop, David Cai, Niels Grönbech-Jensen and Francisco Dominguez-Adame 27. Local signals in the energy landscape of collapsed helical proteins, Jeffery G. Saven and Peter G. Wolynes 28. Statistical mechanics of kinks for quasi-exactly-solvable potentials, Avadh Saxena and Salman Habib 29. Landscapes and molecular evolution, Peter Schuster 30. Exploring the protein folding funnel landscape, Nicholas D. Socci, Hugh Nymeyer and JoseNelson Onuchic 31. Interaction potentials and inherent structures in liquids, glasses, and crystals, Frank H. Stillinger 32. Time for retrieval in recurrent associative memories, Alessandro Treves, Edmund T. Rolls and Martin Simmen 33. Landscape roughness at an atomic scale, G. Van Tendeloo, P. De Meulenaere and D. Schryvers 34. Glassy dynamics of driven elastic manifolds, Valerii M. Vinokur 35. Sorting out landscapes by mesoscopic noise, M. B. Weissman 36. Landscapes in physics and biology: A tourist's impression, J. A. Krumhansl ISBN 01672789 -
Landscape Paradigms in Physics and Biology. Concepts, Structures and Dynamics, edited by Hans Frauenfelder, Alan R. Bishop, Angel Garcia, Alan Perelson, Peter Schuster, David Sherrington and Pieter J. Swart, figs., tabs., pp. 117 - 440, soft cover 01672789
Kretzler, Einar/Pietsch, Matthias/Buhmann, Erich: Peer Reviewed Proceedings of Digital Landscape Architecture 2010 at Anhalt University of Applied Sciences, WICHMANN, Mai 2010 ISBN: 3879074917
Landscape architects are stewards of the land who have a holistic approach to visual design and ecological diversity. Humanity is experiencing challenges of global scale (e.g. climate change). Consensus on wise actions and salient solutions can be even harder to reach as decision making practices become more multitired and inclusive.Therefore, the potentials of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in facilitating participation in decision making is of extreme importance. Three evident benefits can already be mentioned: thematic networks, visualization, and virtuality. In this regard, thematic networks could help build critical masses of professional practitioners, professors and students of certain disciplines.Visualization, not only in design competitions but even in planning decisions and policies, could enhance participation of stakeholders and make the decision making process more transparent, collaborative, and even enjoyable. Modeling and virtuality could help in making the issues landscape architects address less complex, by digitally testing, demonstrating and comparing effects of future designs and interventions.These proceedings combine peer-reviewed contributions from the 10th International Conference on Information Technologies in Landscape Architecture, held in May, 2009 at Valletta, Malta and contributions from the 11th conference held from 26 to 30 May, 2010 at Aschersleben, near our Bernburg campus of Anhalt University of Applied Sciences in Germany.Contributions to these proceedings come from leading landscape architectural firms as well as the research labs of University Programs in Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning. The focus of these proceedings of the 10th and 11th International Conference on Digital Landscape Architecture held by the research group Landschaftsinformatik of Anhalt University of Applied Sciences are the following areas:- Introduction, Geo Design and Landscape Information- Models (LIMs)- Knowledge-Based Landscape Architecture- Digital Landscape Design for the Mediterranean- Teaching Digital Landscape Architecture and New Media- Applications in Landscape Architecture- Landscape Visualization and Communication of Planning- Visual Landscape Analysis- Sustainable Landscape Modeling and DesignThis conference series is organized by the research group Landschaftsinformatikof Professor Erich Buhmann at Anhalt University of Applied Sciences. An international and interdisciplinary scientific conference program committee is defining the further profile and concept of the Digital Landscape Architects Conference series. An even larger board of reviewers is guaranteed the scientific value of lectures and written contributions to the proceedings with peer reviewed contributions. The conference is a platform for the ECLAS Committee Digital Technology and experts in this field.
NEUBUCH! 2010. 480 p. 24 cm 240 mm x 170 mm
[SW: Landschaftsplanung, Landschaftsarchitektur, Geoinformatik]
Weilacher, Udo: Syntax of Space The Landscape Architecture of Peter Latz and Partners, BIRKHÄUSER ARCHITEKTUR, Oktober 2007 ISBN: 3764376155
Duisburg-Nord Landscape Park in Germany, the Plateau de Kirchberg in Luxembourg, Parco Dora in Turin, Italy and numerous other projects designed and built by Peter Latz and Partners stand as examples of an up-to-date and intelligent approach to alternative environmental technologies and the reclamation of extensive industrial landscapes. In Peter Latz's landscape architecture, ecological and social concerns are translated into an individual aesthetic language that aims to achieve a timeless quality. The different layers and meanings of the sites rich in history are revealed and woven into networks of spatial and temporal relationships that follow rules of their own - the syntax of landscape. A sense of process and dynamism in sustainable landscape structures characterises the works, works that are open for change: they are spaces in development, not parks as finite set piecesPeter Latz teaches at the Technische Universität (Technical University) in Munich-Weihenstephan and has held guest professorships at the University of Pennsylvania and Harvard University. Udo Weilacher is dean of the Fakultät für Architektur und Landschaft (School of Architecture and Landscape) at Hanover University. TOC:1. Landscape architecture as cultural valorization.- 2. Layers of information. How does landscape work- 3. Dealing with bad places.- 4. Landscape Design as experimental invention.- Main Projects: Latz garden, Ampertshausen, Germany.- Marburg University Hospital, Lahnberge, Germany.- Ulm Science City.- Plateau de Kirchberg, Luxembourg European City.- Saarbrucken Harbour Island, Germany.- Duisburg Nord Landscape Park, Germany.- Parco Dora, Turin, Italy.- Hiriya Landfill Reclamation Park, Tel Aviv, Italy.
NEUBUCH! 2008. 199 p. w. 50 b&w and 250 col. figs. 29,5 cm 296 mm x 243 mm x 27 mm 50 schw.-w. und 250 farb. Abb., 250 farb. Fotos, 50 schw.-w. Zeichn.
[SW: Peter Latz and Partners, Landschaftsarchitektur]