The most comprehensive database of its kind, CAB Abstracts gives researchers instant access to over 8. 4 million records from 1973 onwards, with over 360,000 abstracts added each year. Its coverage of the applied life sciences includes agriculture, environment, veterinary sciences, applied economics, food science and nutrition. Excellent international coverage sets CAB Abstracts apart from other databases. The database includes all relevant publications, including less well-known and non-English journals and those published by independent and learned publishers.
George Shipperley | Abstract Landscapes in Oil Pastel
By Deborah Secor Driven by imagination and improvisation, George Shipperley’s oil pastels stir emotion with an exciting interplay of color. (For a free download on learning how to use oil pastels, click here. ) “Peace” (oil pastel, 13×15) by George Shipperley George Shipperley conveys his imagined world of tree-inhabited abstract landscapes using oil pastels to colorfully articulate his emotional responses to the beauty he sees. Experimental techniques are essential to each of his paintings, allowing successes and imperfections to reside jointly.
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modern art, art created from the 19th cent. to the mid-20th cent. by artists who veered away from the traditional concepts and techniques of painting, sculpture, and other fine arts that had been practiced since the Renaissance (see Renaissance art and architecture). Nearly every phase of modern art was initially greeted by the public with ridicule, but as the shock wore off, the various movements settled into history, influencing and inspiring new generations of artists. See also photography, still. Origins of Modern ArtIn the second half of the 19th cent.
Famous Abstract Art
What makes a painting famous? Many of the twentieth century's most iconic and famous abstract art came from abstract artists who were looking for new ways to represent the world around them and their responses to it. Here is a selection of our favourite famous abstract paintings that helped to set the ball rolling. Famous Abstract Paintings Composition IV, 1911 Wassily Kandinsky Wassily Kandinsky was a prolific painter and has left an enormous body of abstract art. He has been often credited with creating the world's first purely abstract painting (an untitled watercolor, now in the centre George Pomidou, Paris).
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Introduction to Abstract Algebra, 4th Edition
PREFACE ix ACKNOWLEDGMENTS xvii NOTATION USED IN THE TEXT xix A SKETCH OF THE HISTORY OF ALGEBRA TO 1929 xxiii 0 Preliminaries 1 0. 1 Proofs / 1 0. 2 Sets / 5 0. 3 Mappings / 9 0. 4 Equivalences / 17 1 Integers and Permutations 23 1. 1 Induction / 24 1. 2 Divisors and Prime Factorization / 32 1. 3 Integers Modulo n / 42 1. 4 Permutations / 53 1. 5 An Application to Cryptography / 67 2 Groups 69 2. 1 Binary Operations / 70 2. 2 Groups / 76 2. 3 Subgroups / 86 2. 4 Cyclic Groups and the Order of an Element / 90 2. 5 Homomorphisms and Isomorphisms / 99 2.
Romeo and Juliet
In the streets of Verona another brawl breaks out between the servants of the feuding noble families of Capulet and Montague. Benvolio, a Montague, tries to stop the fighting, but is himself embroiled when the rash Capulet, Tybalt, arrives on the scene. After citizens outraged by the constant violence beat back the warring factions, Prince Escalus, the ruler of Verona, attempts to prevent any further conflicts between the families by decreeing death for any individual who disturbs the peace in the future. Romeo, the son of Montague, runs into his cousin Benvolio, who had earlier seen Romeo moping in a grove of sycamores.
91. DKG Jahrestagung & Symposium Hochleistungskeramik 2016 | Abstract-Band
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Markus F. Peschl and Alexander Riegler The focus of this paper is the process of knowledge acquisition (KA) and which role virtuality plays in this context. We argue that there are three different modes of knowledge acquisition which can be identified both in the domains of cognition and science: the empirical, the "constructive", and the "synthetic" mode. We show that the method of constructing knowledge in the virtual domain (i. e. , the synthetic mode of KA) is not only a principal mode of KA in our cognition (e. g. , thought experiments, making plans, etc.