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Busse, F. H., C. K. R. T. Jones Y. Kuramoto (Eds.) a. o.: Physica D: Nonlinear Phenomena, Volume 152 - 153, Amsterdam, Elsevier North Holland, 2001. ISBN: 01672789
Contents: 1. Integrable systems and number theory in finite characteristic, Dinesh S. Thakur 2. Connecting geometry, topology and spectra for finite-gap NLS potentials, Annalisa M. Calini and Thomas A. Ivey 3. Approximation theorem for the self-focusing Nonlinear Schrödinger Equation and for the periodic curves in R3, P. G. Grinevich 4. Computing Riemann matrices of algebraic curves, Bernard Deconinck and Mark van Hoeij 5. Faulhaber and Bernoulli polynomials and solitons, D. B. Fairlie and A. P. Veselov 6. Multivariate hypergeometric functions as ?-functions of Toda lattice and Kadomtsev-Petviashvili equation, A. Yu. Orlov and D. M. Scherbin 7. Commutative partial differential operators, Alex Kasman and Emma Previato 8. The neatest many-body problem amenable to exact treatments (a "goldfish"?), Francesco Calogero 9. Generalized KP hierarchy: Möbius symmetry, symmetry constraints and Calogero-Moser system, L. V. Bogdanov and B. G. Konopelchenko 10. Gravitational solitons and monodromy transform approach to solution of integrable reductions of Einstein equations, G. A. Alekseev 11. Proliferation scheme for Kaup-Boussinesq system, Alexander B. Borisov, Maxim P. Pavlov and Sergei A. Zykov 12. Mirror transformations of Hamiltonian systems, Jishan Hu, Min Yan and Tat-Leung Yee 13. Painleve analysis and normal forms theory, Alain Goriely 14. Some remarks on a WKB method for the nonselfadjoint Zakharov-Shabat eigenvalue problem with analytic potentials and fast phase, Peter D. Miller 15. Spectral instability of the semiclassical Zakharov-Shabat eigenvalue problem, J. C. Bronski 16. Symmetry and perturbation of the vector nonlinear Schrödinger equation, Y. Kodama and A. V. Mikhailov 17. The spectral problem and particular solutions to the (2+1)-dimensional integrable generalization of the Camassa-Holm equation, A. I. Zenchuk 18. Interaction of lumps with a line soliton for the DSII equation, A. S. Fokas, D. E. Pelinovsky and C. Sulem 19. Random words, Toeplitz determinants and integrable systems: II, Alexander R. Its, Craig A. Tracy and Harold Widom 20. Level spacing functions and connection formulas for Painleve V transcendent, V. Yu. Novokshenov 21. Asymptotics and integrable structures for biorthogonal polynomials associated to a random two-matrix model, Nicholas M. Ercolani and Kenneth T. -R. McLaughlin 22. Traveling hole solutions of the complex Ginzburg-Landau equation: a review, Joceline Lega 23. Methods for the exact construction of mesoscale spatial structures in liquid crystal polymers, M. Gregory Forest, Qi Wang and Hong Zhou 24. Bound states of topological defects in parametrically excited capillary ripples, A. B. Ezersky, S. V. Kiyashko and A. V. Nazarovsky 25. The two-parameter soliton family for the interaction of a fundamental and its second harmonic, R. H. J. Grimshaw, E. A. Kuznetsov and E. G. Shapiro 26. Embedded solitons: solitary waves in resonance with the linear spectrum, A. R. Champneys, B. A. Malomed, J. Yang and D. J. Kaup 27. Adiabatic and non-adiabatic soliton interactions in nonlinear optics, V. S. Gerdjikov and I. M. Uzunov 28. Asymptotic decomposition of nonlinear, dispersive wave equations with dissipation, Jerry L. Bona and Laihan Luo 29. Kawahara dynamics in dispersive media, Guido Schneider and C. Eugene Wayne 30. An existence theory for three-dimensional periodic travelling gravity-capillary water waves with bounded transverse profiles, M. D. Groves 31. Long-time dynamics of the modulational instability of deep water waves, M. J. Ablowitz, J. Hammack, D. Henderson and C. M. Schober 32. On the Badulin, Kharif and Shrira model of resonant water waves, Walter Craig 33. Dynamics of strongly nonlinear fingers and bubbles of the free surface of an ideal fluid, Toshio Yoshikawa 34. Variational principle and canonical variables in hydrodynamics with discontinuities, A. V. Kats 35. On a special class of compatible Poisson structures of hydrodynamic type, Allan P. Fordy and Oleg I. Mokhov 36. Multi-symplectic spectral discretizations for the Zakharov-Kuznetsov and shallow water equations, Thomas J. Bridges and Sebastian Reich 37. The Navier-Stokes-alpha model of fluid turbulence, Ciprian Foias, Darryl D. Holm and Edriss S. Titi 38. Wave turbulence and intermittency, Alan C. Newell, Sergey Nazarenko and Laura Biven 39. Dispersive wave turbulence in one dimension, David Cai, Andrew J. Majda, David W. McLaughlin and Esteban G. Tabak 40. Wave turbulence in one-dimensional models, V. E. Zakharov, P. Guyenne, A. N. Pushkarev and F. Dias 41. Singularities and the distribution of density in the Burgers/adhesion model, U. Frisch, J. Bec and B. Villone 42. Turbulent Prandtl number effect on passive scalar advection, Weinan E and Eric Vanden-Eijnden 43. Non-local MHD turbulence, S. V. Nazarenko, A. C. Newell and S. Galtier 44. Soliton turbulence as a thermodynamic limit of stochastic soliton lattices, Gennady A. El, Alexander L. Krylov, Stanislav A. Molchanov and Stephanos Venakides 45. On the predictability of evolution of surface gravity and gravity-capillary waves, Sergei Yu. Annenkov and Victor I. Shrira 46. Zakharov's transformation in the problem of galaxy mass distribution function, V. M. Kontorovich 47. Generation of subcycle relativistic solitons by super intense laser pulses in plasmas, S. V. Bulanov, F. Califano, T. Zh. Esirkepov, K. Mima, N. M. Naumova, K. Nishihara, F. Pegoraro, Y. Sentoku and V. A. Vshivkov 48. Transverse collapse of low-frequency Alfven waves, D. Laveder, T. Passot and P. L. Sulem 49. Relativistic self-focusing in underdense plasma, M. D. Feit, A. M. Komashko and A. M. Rubenchik 50. Self-similar sharpening structures and traveling resonance fronts in nonlocal HF ionization processes, V. B. Gildenburg, V. E. Semenov and N. V. Vvedenskii 51. Electromagnetically driven solitons in inhomogeneous overdense plasma, A. V. Kochetov, V. A. Mironov, V. N. Bubukina and G. I. Terina 52. Electron-ion collisions in ultra-high illuminated plasmas, G. M. Fraiman and A. A. Balakin 53. Nonlinear interaction of four electrostatic waves in a plasma, Bertrand Lefebvre and Vladimir Krasnoselskikh 54. A variational method for extended nonlinear Schrödinger systems, L. Berge and A. Couairon 55. Chern-Simons structure of solitons in the model of the discrete (2+1)D nonlinear Schrödinger equation, L. A. Abramyan, A. P. Protogenov and V. A. Verbus 56. Dynamics of first-order phase transitions in the small phi, Greek4-small phi, Greek6 model caused by the parametric instability of the metastable vacuum, Eugene M. Maslov and Arkadi G. Shagalov 57. Dynamical formation of a Bose-Einstein condensate, Robert Lacaze, Pierre Lallemand, Yves Pomeau and Sergio Rica 58. Criteria for hard excitation of electrohydrodynamic instability of the free surface of a conducting fluid, N. M. Zubarev 59. Stabilizing effects of dispersion management, Vadim Zharnitsky, Emmanuel Grenier, Christopher K. R. T. Jones and Sergei K. Turitsyn ISBN 01672789 -
Advances in Nonlinear Mathematics and Science. A Special Issue to Honor Vladimir Zakharov, edited by Nicholas M. Ercolani, Evgenii A. Kuznetsov and C. David Levermore, figs., tabs., pp. 1 - 822, soft cover 01672789
Edwin R. A. Seligman Illustrator: . Seligman's Encyclopaedia of the Social Sciences (Set 15 Volumes in 30 Parts) Cosmo Publications 2006 ISBN: 9788130703985
New Hardcover . In the making of the Encyclopaedia we have had three purposes in mind. In the first place it is intended to provide for the scholar a synopsis of the progress that has been made in the various fields of social science in the broadest sense of the term. The student of any particular science should not only find here factual and methodological information of value, but will also have his attention called, perhaps in a hitherto unusual way, to the relation of his own science to the other disciplines involved. What is probably more important at this time, when such rapid advance is being made in more or less untrodden paths, the Ency clopaedia may be expected to serve as an incentive to the votaries of the younger and more inchoate sciences in order to bring to fruition what is now only in germ. Secondly, the Encyclopaedia will, it is hoped, appeal to a much more numerous class which for lack of a better term might be called the intelligentsia in the various countries. It ought to furnish an assemblage or repository of facts and principles which will subserve the interests of all those who are keeping abreast of recent investigation and accomplishment. It is for this reason that we have made every effort to keep the articles free from all scientific jargon. Finally, amid the welter and confusion of modern thought, it has been our hope that the Encyclopaedia would constitute a center of authoritative knowledge for the creation of a sounder and more informed public opinion on the major questions which lie at the foundation of social progress and world development. THE EDITOR-IN-CHIEF. Editorial Board and Contributors include the major figures in the 20th Century Social Research. These include scholars like Franz Boas, John Dewey, Alfred Kroeber, J. M. Keynes, R. H. Tawney, Ruth Benedict, John Maynard, Brovislaw Malinowski, Margret Mead, Joseph Needham, Edwin Sapir and many more academic luminaries BOARD OF DIRECTORS Academic FRANZ BOAS WALTER WHEELER COOK JOHN DEWEY JOHN A. FAIRLIE CARTON J. H. HAYES JACOB H. HOLLANDER ALVIN JOHNSON WESLEY C. MITCHELL JOHN K. NORTON WILLIAN F. OGBURN MARY VAN KLEECK EDWIN R. A. SELIGMAN MARGARET FLOY WASHBURI ADVISORY EDITORS American Anthropology ALFRED L. KROEBER Economics EDWIN F. GAY JACOB H. HOLLANDER EDWIN, G. NOURSE Education PAUL MONROE History SINDEY B. FAY ARTHUR M. SCHLESINGER Law ROSCOE POUND Philosophy JOHN DEWEY Political Science CHARLES A. BEARD FRANK J. GOODNOW Psychology FLOYD H. ALLPORT Social Work PORTER R. LEE Sociology WILLIAM F. OGBURN W. I. THOMAS Statistics IRVING FISHER WALTER F. WILLCOX FOREIGN England ERNEST BARKER JOHN MAYNARD KEYNES SIR JOSIAN STAMP R. H. TAWNEY France CHARLES RIST F. SIMIAND Germany CARL BRINKMANN H. SCHUMACHER Italy LUIGI EINAUDI AUGUSTO GARZANI Switzerland W.E. RAPPARD Printed Pages: 10500. First edition
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Flaschka, H. and F. H. Busse (Eds.): Physica D: Nonlinear Phenomena, Volume 90, No. 1 - 2, Amsterdam, Elsevier North Holland, 1995. ISBN: 01672789
Contents:1. The Hamiltonian structure of the dispersionless Toda hierarchy, D. B. Fairlie and I. A. B. Strachan 2. Study of chaos in hamiltonian systems via convergent normal forms, Werner M. Vieira and Alfredo M. O. de Almeida 3. Detecting low-dimensional chaos in time series of finite length generated from discrete parameter processes, W. Marzocchi, F. Mulargia and G. Gonzato 4. The topological invariance of Lyapunov exponents in embedded dynamics, W. Davis Dechert and Ramazan Gencay 5. Complex dynamics in the Hopf bifurcation with broken translation symmetry, P. Hirschberg and E. Knobloch 6. 3D hypercycles have no stable spatial structure, Mikael B. Cronhjort and Anna M. Nyberg 7. Controlling turbulence in the complex Ginzburg-Landau equation, D. Battogtokh and A. Mikhailov 8. Conjectures about phase turbulence in the complex Ginzburg-Landau equation, G. Grinstein, C. Jayaprakash and R. Pandit 9. Conditional stability of solitary waves propagating in elastic rods, Alexei Beliaev and Andrej Il'ichev 10. Hyperbolic reaction-diffusion equations and irreversible thermodynamics: Cubic reversible reaction model, Mazen Al-Ghoul and Byung Chan Eu 11. Pressure and temperature dynamics in fluid-saturated porous-permeable rocks, Antonio Luigi Merlani, Guiseppe Natale and Ettore Salusti 12. Simulation of nonlinear front evolution equations for two dimensional chemical waves involving convection, Joseph W. Wilder, Desiderio A. Vasquez and Boyd F. Edwards 13. A model for phase transitions in human hand movements during multifrequency tapping, H. Haken, C. E. Peper, P. J. Beek and A. Daffertshofer 14. Phase-locking of a harmonically forced self-oscillating system, D. J. Wielaard and George S. Triantafyllou ISBN 01672789 -
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Clarke, W.F.: A Treatise on the Diseases of the Tongue. London, Henry Renshow, 1873, 8°, XII, 244 pp., mit 27 Holzschnitten im Text und 5 feinen lith. Tafeln, 16 Seiten Verlagsanzeige, OLnBd.
William Fairlie Clarke, zu Southborough (Tunbridge Wells), studirte um 1860, wurde F.R.C.S. Engl. 1863, nachdem er seine ärztliche Ausbildung besonders am Oxford und King's College erlangt hatte und Dr.med. der Oxforder Universität 1876. Früher Assistant Surgeon am Charingcross-Hospital..." Hirsch II-S.32.