Erscheinungsdatum: 08/2005, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Arbitrary High Order Schemes for the Solution of Hyperbolic Conservation Laws in Complex Domains, Autor: Dumbser, Michael, Verlag: Shaker Verlag // Shaker, Sprache: Englisch, Rubrik: Luftfahrt- // Raumfahrttechnik, Seiten: 221, Abbildungen: 52 schwarz-weiße und 10 farbige Abbildungen, Reihe: Berichte aus der Luft- und Raumfahrttechnik, Gewicht: 313 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
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A compendium of essential information for the modern security entrepreneur and practitioner. The modern security practitioner has shifted from a predominantly protective site and assets manager to a leading contributor to overall organizational resilience. Accordingly, The Security Consultant's Handbook sets out a holistic overview of the essential core knowledge, emerging opportunities, and approaches to corporate thinking that are increasingly demanded by employers and buyers in the security market. This audiobook provides essential direction for those who want to succeed in security, either individually or as part of a team. It also aims to stimulate some fresh ideas and provide new market routes for security professionals who may feel they are underappreciated and overexerted in traditional business domains. Product overview:Distilling the author's 15 years of experience as a security practitioner and incorporating the results of some 50 interviews with leading security practitioners and a review of a wide range of supporting business literature, The Security Consultant's Handbook provides a wealth of knowledge for the modern security practitioner, covering: Entrepreneurial practice (including business intelligence, intellectual property rights, emerging markets, business funding, and business networking) Management practice (including the security function's move from basement to boardroom, fitting security into the wider context of organizational resilience, security management leadership, adding value, and professional proficiency) Legislation and regulation (including relevant UK and international laws such as the Human Rights Act 1998, the Data Protection Act 1998, and the Geneva Conventions) Private investigations (including surveillance techniques, tracing missing people, witness statements and evidence, and surveillance and the law) Information and cyberse 1. Language: English. Narrator: Malk Williams. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/138239/bk_acx0_138239_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
The ancient world has cast a long shadow, influencing our customs and religious beliefs, our laws, and the form of our governments. It has taught us when and how we make war or pursue peace. It has shaped the buildings we live and work in and the art we hang on our walls. It has given us the calendar that organizes our year and has left its mark on the games we play. Grasping the full scope of your bequest from the ancient world can't help but give you a more nuanced base from which to make decisions and choose pathways in your own life. These 48 lectures take you on a multidisciplinary journey that ranges across not only the traditional domains of politics and war that are normally the province of history courses, but also those of religion, philosophy, architecture and the visual arts, literature, and science, and more. You'll examine the ancient world's greatest civilizations from the Mediterranean, Asia, and the Americas - including those of Rome, Greece, China, Persia, India, and the Maya - not in isolation but in the full context of where they came from, the cultures that flourished around them at the same time, and the civilizations that were to come from them. Taking a comparative approach, Professor Aldrete's course includes in-depth analyses of not only key individuals and historical moments, but also history's most important themes, from the nature of rulership and the evolution of religion and philosophy to the practice of warfare and the expression of power through art and architecture. With its mix of nuanced interpretation, vivid description, and constant attention to exploring history as a coherent whole, this is sure to be one of the most informative and thought-provoking history courses you have ever taken. PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your Library section along with the audio. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Gregory S. Aldrete. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/tcco/000151/bk_tcco_000151_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
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The growth of modernisation in a society is intimately connected to the growth of legal evolutions related to criminalisation. While modernisation expands the boundaries of tolerance in an open society, it also expands the boundaries of crime and criminalisation. As modernisation expands on a global scale, the process of redefining crime, criminalisation, and victimisation also occurs on a global scale. In the modern societies of the West, the advance of modern law and justice and the progress of the notions of human rights have expanded the boundaries of freedom. They have also expanded the boundaries of criminalisation in a number of social, cultural, political, and economic domains. One of the major areas of criminalisation that has rapidly expanded with modernisation and globalisation, particularly in the West, is domestic violence. During the last 30 years, a series of laws have evolved in these societies that criminalise a wide variety of behaviours related to domestic violence. A comparative study of legislative developments on domestic violence in the United States and India suggests that, in each, a relatively homogenous set of laws against domestic violence has evolved.
In the last two decades E. Pancheva and her collaborators were investigating various limit theorems for extremes using a wider class of normalizing mapping than the linear ones to get a wider class of limit laws. This wider class of extreme limits can be used in solving approximation problems. For extreme order statistics, in a recent paper by Sreehari (2009), the domains of attraction for general nonlinear normalizations are fully characterized, including the question of how to choose suitable norming functions from the knowledge of the sample distribution. The main aim of this thesis is to extend the work of Pancheva (1984) and Sreehari (2009) for the maximum order statistics to order statistics with variable ranks. It is shown that, in contrast to the case of extremes, the well known limit distributions for central order statistics under linear normalization (c.f Smirnov 1952) coincides with those under power normalization. In the case of intermediate order statistics all possible limit distributions under power normalization are derived from corresponding results in the extremal case. Furthermore, the corresponding domains of attractions of these possible limits are derived.