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Therefore all books of the imagination endure, all which ascend to that truth that the writer sees nature beneath him, and uses it as his exponent.
Nothing walks, or creeps, or grows, or exists, which must not in turn arise and walk before him as exponent of his meaning.
The national passion for aggression found in him its supreme exponent, and achieved through him its realisation in this astounding war.
Girja Devi will always be known as one of the greatest exponents of Banaras and Senia gharana who brought thumri from courts onto proscenium stage.
Andreescu and Elliot chose problems that illustrate the use of exponents and logarithms in algebra, calculus, and beyond, and provide students opportunities to understand the principles and practice the computational mechanics.
It is well known that every ergodic measure whose Lyapunov exponents are all negative of a [C.
ACEX was the first exponent at TransRussia last year who offered the format of joint stand where the members of the Alliance presented their companies and opportunities," comments Miroslav Zolotarev, the Head of the Russian international logistics alliance, "This year the format of the event was the same; however the number of co-exponents has increased.
It means that the Perron and Lyapunov exponents of the solution [(x(n, [x.
It is apparent that the estimated wind speeds are beyond doubt different for both wind shear exponents.
Called iNano, the nanoindenter can test materials both quasi-statically and dynamically, and gives users a range of information about their specimens including elastic modulus, yield stress, work hardening exponents, creep stress exponents, fatigue properties and storage and loss modulus.
They then utilized neural networks to predict the returns on the Dow-Jones index in which they found periods with large Hurst exponents could be predicted more accurately than those with values close to a random series.
There having been no monograph on Lyapunov characteristic exponents to study the stability of ordinary differential equations since the 1970s, Izobov provides a brief overview of the technique's current status.
Both Vidwans Gundecha Brothers and Malladi Brothers are renowned exponents of Hindustani and Carnatic styles of music.