Mapping Difference

Author: Marian J. Rubchak
Publisher: Berghahn Books
ISBN: 0857451197
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Drawn from various disciplines and a broad spectrum of research interests, these essays reflect on the challenging issues confronting women in Ukraine today.

Mapping Different Geographies

Author: Karel Kriz
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9783642155376
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This book is the outcome of the work of contributors who participated in the wo- shop “Mapping Different Geographies (MDG)” in February 2010, held in Puchberg am Schneeberg, Austria.

Mapping Women Making Politics

Author: Lynn Staeheli
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135952507
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Mapping. Feminisms. and. Difference. RICHA NAGAR » ““Difference,
mtersectionality,” and, more recently, “transnational feminist politics” have
emerged as some of the most crucial and politically vexing themes in feminist
theorizing over the past two decades (Grewal and Kaplan 1994; Crenshaw 1991;
Rose 1993). How have these conversations shaped feminist engagements with
difference in geography? In this chapter I elaborate on the ways in which feminist
geographers have ...

Language Mapping

Author: Jürgen Erich Schmidt
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter
ISBN: 3110219166
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He was doubtless influenced by the work in Itoigawa, and he first mapped
responses to two questions which sites sound the same and which sites sound a
little different. Map 0606 shows how he combines these results in constructing his
map. The respondent at #57 in Map 0606 has called #58 and #59 the same. He
has also called #62, #63, #56, #55 and several sites in Nagawa a little different.
Speakers from #58 and #59 agree, not only that they are similar to one another
and #57 ...

Body Surface Electrocardiographic Mapping

Author: David M. Mirvis
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 146131769X
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Map computation is straight forward. Voltages at each torso site before the event
are simply subtracted from those at the same site and at the same instant during
the cardiac cycle (using the same baseline period and reference levels) after the
event. The differences in voltage are then displayed as an isopotential (or
isoarea, etc) difference map (figure 4-12). e major advantage is the normalization
provided for intersubject variability in baseline potential magnitudes and patterns.

Symmetries And Integrability Of Difference Equations

Author: Decio Levi
Publisher: American Mathematical Soc.
ISBN: 9780821870501
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Decio Levi, Luc Vinet, Pavel Winternitz. number of different images (and
preimages). Veselov, too, has linked integrability to 'slow growth'. It is clear thus
that the (counter) example of Joshi should be dismissed on the grounds of growth
arguments. Singularity confinement is still a valid criterion: it must only be
complemented by what we call the preimage nonproliferation condition. We claim
that a prerequisite for integrability of a mapping is that each point must have a
single preimage.

Maps Of Difference

Author: Wendy Roy
Publisher: McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP
ISBN: 0773572678
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introduction | MAPS OF DIFFERENCE Map, n. 1. A representation of the earth's
surface or a part of it, its physical and political features, etc., or of the heavens,
delineated on a flat surface of paper, etc., according to a definite scale or
projection. Map, v. 2. Map out. b. fig. To record minutely; to plan out (a course of
conduct, one's time. etc.). The Oxford English Dictionary defines “mapping” as
both a literal and a figurative endeavour. Mappers represent the physical details
of the earth's ...

Genetic Mapping And Marker Assisted Selection

Author: N Manikanda Boopathi
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 8132209583
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QTL is a genomic region that comprises gene(s) which govern(s) the expression
of the quantitative trait. Since the advent of molecular markers, researchers and
breeders have aimed to identify functional markers (refer chapter 3 for different
kinds of markers) associated with these QTL for implementation of marker-
assisted selection. Historically, QTL detection started with linkage mapping in
biparental populations (refer chapter 2 for population types (Sax 1923; Thoday
1961)).