Erscheinungsdatum: 01.05.2019, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Advances in Manufacturing II, Titelzusatz: Volume 3 - Quality Engineering and Management, Auflage: 2020, Redaktion: Hamrol, Adam // Grabowska, Marta // Maletic, Damjan // Woll, Ralf, Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH // Springer International Publishing, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: Innovationsmanagement // Management // Kontrolle // wirtschaftlich // Qualitätskontrolle // Roboter // Robotik // Industrieroboter // F u. E // Forschung und Entwicklung // Business // Wissenschaft // Fertigungstechnik // Zuverlässigkeit // CAM // Computer Aided Manufacturing // TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING // Quality Control // Management: Forschung und Entwicklung // F&E // Industrielle Anwendungen der wissenschaftlichen Forschung und technologische Innovation // Industrielle Qualitätskontrolle // Zuverlässigkeitstechnik // Computerunterstützte Fertigung // Fertigungsindustrie, Rubrik: Maschinenbau // Fertigungstechnik, Seiten: 292, Abbildungen: 100 farbige Abbildungen, Bibliographie, Reihe: Lecture Notes in Mechanical Engineering, Informationen: Book, Gewicht: 480 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
Erscheinungsdatum: 01.05.2019, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Advances in Manufacturing II, Titelzusatz: Volume 3 - Quality Engineering and Management, Auflage: 2020, Redaktion: Hamrol, Adam // Grabowska, Marta // Maletic, Damjan // Woll, Ralf, Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH // Springer International Publishing, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: Innovationsmanagement // Management // Kontrolle // wirtschaftlich // Qualitätskontrolle // Roboter // Robotik // Industrieroboter // F u. E // Forschung und Entwicklung // Business // Wissenschaft // Fertigungstechnik // Zuverlässigkeit // CAM // Computer Aided Manufacturing // TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING // Quality Control // Management: Forschung und Entwicklung // F&E // Industrielle Anwendungen der wissenschaftlichen Forschung und technologische Innovation // Industrielle Qualitätskontrolle // Zuverlässigkeitstechnik // Computerunterstützte Fertigung // Fertigungsindustrie, Rubrik: Maschinenbau // Fertigungstechnik, Seiten: 292, Abbildungen: 100 farbige Abbildungen, Bibliographie, Reihe: Lecture Notes in Mechanical Engineering, Informationen: Book, Gewicht: 470 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
Pull up anchor, cast off the mooring lines and drop the sail, the good ship Blue Nymph is about to set sail for adventure once again with her famous seafaring captain at the helm. Airship 27 Productions is thrilled to present the second volume of brand new stories starring the greatest seaman of them all, Sinbad the Sailor, and his international crew of daring adventurers. Here is Henri Delacrois, the deadly archer from Gaul; Ralf Gunarson, the strapping young Viking giant; Tishimi Osara, the beautiful female samurai; and Omar, the irascible first mate. All of them bound together by their love of action and yearning to explore uncharted lands. Over the horizon awaits treasure, beautiful exotic maidens, and monsters beyond imagining. Dare you sign aboard with Sinbad El Ari? If so, then batten the hatches and have your curved blade ready...heart-pounding adventure awaits within. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Jem Matzan. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/056097/bk_acx0_056097_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Set Sail for Adventure The greatest seafaring adventurer of all time returns to the high seas: Sinbad, the sailor! Born of countless legends and myths, this fearless rogue sets sail across the seven seas aboard his ship, the Blue Nymph, accompanied by an international crew of colorful, larger-than-life characters. Chief among these are the irascible Omar, a veteran seamen and trusted first mate; the blond Viking giant, Ralf Gunarson; the sophisticated archer from Gaul, Henri Delacrois; and the mysterious, lovely, and deadly female samurai, Tishimi Osara. All of them banded together to follow their famous captain on perilous new voyages across the world's oceans. Writers Nancy Hansen, I. A. Watson, and Derrick Ferguson offer up three classic Sinbad tales to rival those of legend while adding a familiar sensibility from the cult favorite Sinbad movies of FX master Ray Harryhausen. Sinbad - The New Voyages, Volume 1 will enthrall and entertain all lovers of fantasy adventure in a brand-new way. So pack up your you traveling bags, bid adieu to your loved ones, and get ready to sail with the tide as Sinbad el Ari takes the tiller, and the Blue Nymph sets sails once more - its destination worlds of wonder, mystery, and high adventure. AIRSHIP 27 PRODUCTIONS - Pulp Fiction for a New Generation! Featuring cover art by Bryan Fowler. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Jem Matzan. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/052985/bk_acx0_052985_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
The two terms 'narrative' and 'Romanticism' have both undergone major re-definitions during the last few decades. It seems quite a long time since the lyric dominated the 'Period Formerly (and still) Known as Romanticism' and since Romantic fiction was routinely discarded as having "little intrinsic merit" (Ian Watt). While the Romantic period has now become recognised as "an extraordinarily eventful and decisive phase in the development of the British novel" (Karen O'Brien), the work of recovering and re-assessing novels as well as other narrative genres of the period is still very much in progress. A similar stimulating re-orientation and expansion of the research field has taken place in the study of narrative: new genres and media have come into focus, and various new or 'postclassical' approaches have emerged in answer to a broader concept of narrative and the increased interest in cultural and historical contextualisation.The phrase Narratives of Romanticism is deliberately ambiguous, so as to allow for two different ways of bringing 'narrative' and 'Romanticism' together: narratives written during the Romantic period and narratives about the Romantic period. Discussions of both types of 'narratives of Romanticism' can be found in this volume. While the contributors to this volume take different approaches to narratives of Romanticism - from Deleuzian deconstruction to the cognitive sciences, affect theory and ecocriticism -, they agree on and start their arguments from the hypothesis that narratives are important human means of organising experience, whose major function is sense-making.Contributors: Sandra Heinen, Katharina Rennhak, Ian Duncan, Jeffrey Champlin, Camille Barrera, Katrin Röder, Pascal Fischer, Ralf Haekel, Raphaël Ingelbien, Lis Møller, Angela Esterhammer, Tilottama Rajan, David Duff, Jan Alber, Mathelinda Nabugodi, Michael O'Neill, Claire Connolly, Seth T. Reno, Sabrina Sontheimer, Christopher Catanese, Saree Makdisi.
"Art has an enormous power to transform," Jonny Star (b. Düsseldorf, 1964, lives and works in Berlin and New York) believes. Star's work combines a variety of materials and media such as bronze, photography, and fabrics with elements of installation art. Her ensembles explore biographical experiences, sexuality, gender roles, and identity and how it is perceived by society."See Me, Feel Me, Touch Me, Heal Me" is the artist's first monograph and presents a survey of her oeuvre of the past two decades. Three essays round out the volume: The art historian and exhibition organizer Eva Meyer-Hermann discusses Jonny Star's most recent works, the tapestries Free Your Soul, and traces an arc to the artist's curatorial projects. The curator and author Tina Sauerländer offers an introduction to Star's oeuvre and describes her approach and evolution as an artist. The art critic and writer Ralf Hanselle's contribution examines Star's utopian vision, focusing on an early work, the installation Weltstadt Berlin (1996).
This volume contains the proceedings of the 7th European Performance En- neering Workshop (EPEW 2010), held in Bertinoro, Italy, on September 23-24, 2010. The purpose of this workshop series is to gather academic and industrial researchers working on all aspects of performance engineering. This year the workshop was structured around three main areas: system and network p- formance engineering, software performance engineering, and the modeling and evaluation techniques supporting them. This edition of the workshop attracted 38 submissions, whose authors we wish to thank for their interest in EPEW 2010. After a careful review process during which every paper was refereed by at least three reviewers, the Program Committee selected 16 papers for presentation at the workshop. We warmly thank all the members of the ProgramCommittee and all the reviewersfor their fair and constructive comments and discussions. The workshop program was enriched by two keynote talks given by Marco Roccetti and Ralf Reussner. We conclude by expressing our gratitude to all the people who contributed to the organization of EPEW 2010, in particular the sta? of the University Residential Center of Bertinoro. We are also grateful to the EasyChair team for having allowed us to use their conference system and Springer for the continued editorial support of this workshop series.
During the last decades, legal theory has focused almost completely on norms, rules and arguments as the constitutive elements of law. Concepts were mostly neglected. The contributions to this volume try to remedy this neglect by elucidating the role concepts play in law from different perspectives. A main aim of this volume is to initiate a debate about concepts in law. Åke Frändberg gives an overview of the many different uses of concepts in law and shows amongst others that concepts in the law should not be confused with the role of concepts in descriptions of the law. Dietmar von der Pfordten criticizes the restriction to norms as parts of the law in contemporary legal theory by questioning what concepts are and what their function is, both in general and in legal conceptual schemes. Giovanni Sartor assumes the inferential analysis of meaning proposed by Alf Ross in his ground breaking paper Tû-tû and addresses the question how possession of a concept, including the rules defining it, is possible without endorsing these rules. Jaap Hage argues that 1. legal status words such as 'owner' have a meaning because they denote things or relations in institutional reality, 2. the meaning of these words consists in this denotation relation, 3. knowledge of this meaning presupposes knowledge of the rules governing these words. Torben Spaak contributes to this volume with an exemplary analysis of one of the most central concepts of the law, namely that of a legal power. Lorenz Kähler discusses the role of concepts in determining the scope of application of legal rules and raises from this perspective the question to what extent legal concept formation can be arbitrary. Ralf Poscher argues that as soon as a concept is used in stating the law, the precise scope of application of this concept has become a legal matter. This means that the use of 'moral' concepts in the law does not automatically lead to a moral import into the law. Dennis Patterson holds that Hart's concept of law can be understood as a so-called 'practice theory' and provides an overview of such a theory.
Through the whole history of mankind philosophers have taken pride in being reasonable agents. During the last decades Rüdiger Bittner, one of the internationally best renown german philosophers and winner of the Gottlob Frege award 2011, has developed a surprisingly different picture: We are much more part than master of the universe. The articles in the volume address this challenging view, illuminating and discussing it from various angles of practical philosophy including the aesthetics of film and theatre. Authors: Ansgar Beckermann (Bielefeld), Rüdiger Bittner (Bielefeld), Raymond Geuss (Cambridge), Martina Herrmann (Dortmund), Marco Iorio (Potsdam), Susanne Kaul (Bielefeld), Jens Kulenkampff (Erlangen), Hajo Kurzenberger (Hildesheim), Kirsten Meyer (Berlin), Onora O'Neill (Cambridge), Ralf Stoecker (Bielefeld), Jay Wallace (Berkeley).