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Representation and Architecture
A collection of papers developed from the proceeding of the Northeastern Regional meeting of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA), held at the Department of Architecture, Carnegie Mellon University. The introduction includes articles about representation, representation and architecture. Part 1, Who/To Whom speaks about representation and participatory design process, and of a system for recording behavior and occupying of design. Part 2, How: includes Figure, System and
Author(s): Akin, Omer and Weinel, Eleanor F. (editors)

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4 Aerobic fitness training methods

Various training methods can be employed to develop aerobic fitness. In the activity below we explore some examples used by a team of footballers.

Activity 1

Allow about 40 minutes

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2.3 Summary of Section 2

  1. After ejaculation some sperm penetrate the cervical mucus, and on arriving in the uterus become capacitated.

  2. A few sperm swim up the Fallopian tube containing the recently ovulated egg.

  3. In the tube the sperm become activated. This involves changes to the membranes and a change in the swimming pattern.

  4. Enzymes from the acrosome allow the sperm to get next to the egg, by removing follicle cells and digesting a path
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How do Architects Design?
This study is proposes a descriptive model of the design behavior of architects. In the first section a framework for the model is proposed. In the second section the framework is tested against empirical data. 11 information processing mechanisms are observed in the data. Eight of these: information acquisition, problem interpretation, problem representation, solution generation, solution integration, solution evaluation, perception and sketching, are used in developing design solutions. The th
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La techno, ses amateurs et ses groupes : circulation des théories et appropriations musicales ...

Intervention de Christophe SEVIN (EHESS, Marseille)


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Wolf and the Seven Little Kids, Part 1 of 2
In this animated cartoon film the mother goat leaves the house while her children remains inside the house. A wolf is hungry and spies on the house and its plump occupants. After the mother has disappeared, the wolf tries to enter frequent times. He tries once by swallowing chalk. He covers his paws with white paint so his feet look like those of goats. He then tricks the kids that he is their mother. When the door opens, he eats all but one last kid. The mother comes home and discovers her
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Virtual Maths, Shapes, Space and Measure, Sine, Cosine, and Tangent
Interactive simulation, formulae for sine, cosine and tangent
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10.2 The relationship between loudness and intensity

The loudness of an auditory stimulus is a psychological, not physical attribute of the stimulus. The physical attribute of sound that is most closely correlated with loudness is intensity. So loudness is the listener's subjective description of the intensity of the stimulus. As you know, we are not equally sensitive to sounds of all frequencies so perceived loudness of a tone in fact depends on frequency as well as intensity. Two sounds can have the same physical sound pressure levels but if
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AlgTop18: Classification of combinatorial surfaces II
In this lecture we present the traditional proof of the most important theorem in Algebraic Topology: the classification of (two-dimensional) surfaces using a reduction to a normal or standard form. The main idea is to carefully cut and paste the polygons forming the surface in a particular way, creating either a sphere, or a number of crosscaps or handles. This is the 18th lecture of this beginner's course in Algebraic Topology, given by N J Wildberger of the School of Mathematics and Statisti
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Representation and re-Presentation: Emerging Digital Conventions of Architectural Communication
This paper examines the theoretical and conceptual underpinnings of digital architectural representation. Emerging digital tools, processes, and methods are sponsoring new conventions for the communication of architectural ideas and motives. New conventions yielded through digital media offer fresh and currently uncodified ways to communicate. These new conventions attempt to communicate the same ideas as the old, sometimes subverting the imperative for drawing as the representation does not ref
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Turnstijl Houses & Cannoli Framing
This work presumes that integrating modeling tools and digital fabrication technology into architectural practice will transform how we build the detached house. Single-family houses come in all shapes and sizes, and in doing so, imply variation as well in certain materials, methods, and lighter classes of structure. Ultimately, houses are extensions, if not expressions, of those dwelling within, yet our attempts to produce appealing manufactured houses have prioritized standardization over var
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背面描画と内側描画の利用
Illustrator CS5の背面描画と内側描画モードによる効率的なアートワークの作成方法を学びます。
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(2 of 2) Electricity and Magnetism - Review of All Topics - AP Physics C
Content Times:
0:05 Ammeters and Voltmeters
0:44 Magnetic Force on a Moving Charge
1:12 The Right Hand Rule for Magnetic Force
2:05 Torque on a Current Carrying Loop in a Magnetic Field
2:22 Magnetic Force on a Curved Current Carrying Wire
2:55 Magnetic Force on a Current Carrying Loop in a Constant B Field
3:36 Net Force on a Charged Particle in a Constant Magnetic Field
4:09 Biot-Savart Law
4:40 Magnetic Field inside a Solenoid
5:31 M

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1.1 The Sun at visible wavelengths

The Sun is seen as a blindingly bright, yellow object in the sky. The part of the Sun that you normally see is called the photosphere (meaning 'sphere of light'); this is best thought of as the 'surface' of the Sun, although it is very different from the surface of a planet such as Earth. Its diameter is about 1.4 million kilometres, making the Sun's volume roughly one million times that of the Earth. The photosphere is not solid. Rather, it is a thin layer of hot gaseous material, abo
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Geograph Introductory letter
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Rethinking the Creative Architectural Design in the Digital Culture
This paper tries to examine the effects of emerging digital tools in architectural design. Digital tools are not only practical instruments used for drawing, but they also affect design thinking. As the ones that are used in architectural design are mostly commercial, one can say that design thinking, the identity of the design and the creativity of the designer are defined by the companies which develop these tools. Therefore architects have to be able to manipulate these tools and personalize
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Importing photos from a digital camera
Learn how to use the Organizer to download images from your digital camera and import them into your catalog in one efficient step.
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Approach to Computer Implementation in Architectural Curriculum
This paper examines traditional teaching methods in architecture and identifies opportunities which are offered by computers for changing the teaching process. Introduction of CAAD to the teaching schedules unquestionably and explicity uncovered a need of changes within the whole schedule of study. In this paper we will submit the thesis that the problem does not lay in how will CAAD be incorporated into the architectural curriculum, because it is the CAAD that has the potential to become an int
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Learning outcomes

After studying this course, you should be able to:

  • outline the ways in which the relations between work and welfare are made and remade in different places and at different times

  • explain how these changing relations contribute to constituting welfare subjects

  • describe how welfare provision that is connected to work affects the lives of different welfare subjects in different and unequal ways

  • assess the relative influences and effects
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Wordsworth, De Quincey and Dove cottage
Can a location inspire great poetry? To what extent can a person’s environment influence their art? After leaving the area as a child the Romantic poet William Wordsworth returned to the Lake District and remained there from 1799 to 1802. Surrounded by scenery he cherished Wordsworth composed some of his best poetry in Dove Cottage, but the building was also the residence of friend Thomas De Quincy whom documented his time with the Wordsworth’s as well as his own experiences in the property.
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