Scattered

Scattered Author Gabor Mate
ISBN-10 1101153857
Release 2000-08-01
Pages 368
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In this breakthrough guide to understanding, treating, and healing Attention Deficit Disorder, Dr. Gabor Maté, an adult with ADD and the father of three ADD children, shared the latest information on: · The external factors that trigger ADD · How to create an environment that promotes health and healing · Ritalin and other drugs · ADD adults …and much more Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) has quickly become a controversial topic in recent years. Whereas other books on the subject describe the condition as inherited, Dr. Maté believes that our social and emotional environments play a key role in both the cause of and cure for this condition. In Scattered, he describes the painful realities of ADD and its effect on children as well as on career and social paths in adults. While acknowledging that genetics may indeed play a part in predisposing a person toward ADD, Dr. Maté moves beyond that to focus on the things we can control: changes in environment, family dynamics, and parenting choices. He draws heavily on his own experience with the disorder, as both an ADD sufferer and the parent of three diagnosed children. Providing a thorough overview of ADD and its treatments, Scattered is essential and life-changing reading for the millions of ADD sufferers in North America today. From the Trade Paperback edition.



Principles of Polymer Chemistry

Principles of Polymer Chemistry Author Paul J. Flory
ISBN-10 0801401348
Release 1953
Pages 672
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Principles of Polymer Chemistry has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Principles of Polymer Chemistry also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Principles of Polymer Chemistry book for free.



Scattered Thoughts from a Scattered Mind

Scattered Thoughts from a Scattered Mind Author David Mills
ISBN-10 9781479729173
Release 2012-10-01
Pages 112
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Scattered and Filtered Solar UV Measurements

Scattered and Filtered Solar UV Measurements Author Alfio V. Parisi
ISBN-10 9789401512466
Release 2012-12-06
Pages 197
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This textbook provides a comprehensive understanding of the scattered and filtered solar UV environment, the techniques to measure this radiation and the resulting UV exposures to humans. As is well known, the incidence of skin cancer and sun-related eye disorders can be reduced by minimization exposure to UV radiation. The book aims to quantify, understand and provide information on the effects of filtered and scattered UV light.



Scattered Minds

Scattered Minds Author Lenard Adler
ISBN-10 0399533400
Release 2007
Pages 193
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Citing a high number of adult ADHD sufferers as well as the condition's challenging symptoms, a detailed reference refutes common misconceptions while providing advice on how to obtain an accurate diagnosis and seek the most appropriate treatments, in a volume that shares numerous case stories and a wealth of coping strategies. Reprint.



Closed Object Boundaries from Scattered Points

Closed Object Boundaries from Scattered Points Author Remco Veltkamp
ISBN-10 3540588086
Release 1994-11-30
Pages 152
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This monograph is devoted to computational morphology, particularly to the construction of a two-dimensional or a three-dimensional closed object boundary through a set of points in arbitrary position. By applying techniques from computational geometry and CAGD, new results are developed in four stages of the construction process: (a) the gamma-neighborhood graph for describing the structure of a set of points; (b) an algorithm for constructing a polygonal or polyhedral boundary (based on (a)); (c) the flintstone scheme as a hierarchy for polygonal and polyhedral approximation and localization; (d) and a Bezier-triangle based scheme for the construction of a smooth piecewise cubic boundary.



Scattered

Scattered Author Gary K. Waters
ISBN-10 1453581049
Release 2010-09-30
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Scattered

Scattered Author Diana Howansky Reilly
ISBN-10 9780299293437
Release 2013-06-14
Pages 177
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Following World War II, the communist government of Poland forcibly relocated the country's Ukrainian minority by means of a Soviet-Polish population exchange and then a secretly planned action code-named Operation Vistula. In Scattered, Diana Howansky Reilly recounts these events through the experiences of three siblings caught up in the conflict, during a turbulent period when compulsory resettlement was a common political tactic used against national minorities to create homogenous states. Born in the Lemko region of southeastern Poland, Petro, Melania, and Hania Pyrtej survived World War II only to be separated by political decisions over which they had no control. Petro relocated with his wife to Soviet Ukraine during the population exchange of 1944–46, while his sisters Melania and Hania were resettled to western Poland through Operation Vistula in 1947. As the Ukrainian Insurgent Army fought resettlement, the Polish government meanwhile imprisoned suspected sympathizers within the Jaworzno concentration camp. Melania, Reilly's maternal grandmother, eventually found her way to the United States during Poland's period of liberalization in the 1960s. Drawing on oral interviews and archival research, Reilly tells a fascinating, true story that provides a bottom-up perspective and illustrates the impact of extraordinary historical events on the lives of ordinary people. Tracing the story to the present, she describes survivors' efforts to receive compensation for the destruction of their homes and communities. Silver Medal for World History, Independent Publisher Book Awards Finalist, Housatonic Book Awards Finalist in History, Foreword Books of the Year



Modeling Fluctuations in Scattered Waves

Modeling Fluctuations in Scattered Waves Author E. Jakeman
ISBN-10 9781420012163
Release 2006-06-19
Pages 336
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Fluctuations in scattered waves limit the performance of imaging and remote sensing systems that operate on all wavelengths of the electromagnetic spectrum. To better understand these fluctuations, Modeling Fluctuations in Scattered Waves provides a practical guide to the phenomenology, mathematics, and simulation of non-Gaussian noise models and discusses how they can be used to characterize the statistics of scattered waves. Through their discussion of mathematical models, the authors demonstrate the development of new sensing techniques as well as offer intelligent choices that can be made for system analysis. Using experimental results and numerical simulation, the book illustrates the properties and applications of these models. The first two chapters introduce statistical tools and the properties of Gaussian noise, including results on phase statistics. The following chapters describe Gaussian processes and the random walk model, address multiple scattering effects and propagation through an extended medium, and explore scattering vector waves and polarization fluctuations. Finally, the authors examine the generation of random processes and the simulation of wave propagation. Although scattered wave fluctuations are sources of information, they can hinder the performance of imaging and remote sensing systems. By providing experimental data and numerical models, this volume aids you in evaluating and improving upon the performance of your own systems.



Scattered Thoughts

Scattered Thoughts Author Prof. H.S. Dilgir
ISBN-10 8189540440
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Scattered Context Grammars and Their Applications

Scattered Context Grammars and Their Applications Author Alexander Meduna
ISBN-10 9781845644260
Release 2010
Pages 199
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This computer science book represents scattered information by formal languages and gives an in-depth discussion of scattered context grammars as formal means that process these languages. It is primarily meant as a monograph on these grammars, which represent an important trend of todays formal language theory. The text maintains a balance between fundamental concepts, theoretical results, and applications of these grammars. From a theoretical viewpoint, it introduces several variants of scattered context grammatical models. Based on these models, it demonstrates the concepts, methods, and techniques employed in handling scattered pieces of information with enough rigors to make them quite clear. It also explains a close relation between the subject of the book and several important mathematical fields, such as algebra and graph theory. From a more practical point of view, this book describes scattered information processing by fundamental information technologies. Throughout this book, several in-depth case studies and examples are carefully presented. Whilst discussing various methods concerning grammatical processing of scattered information, the text illustrates their applications with a focus on applications in linguistics.



Scattered at Sea

Scattered at Sea Author Amy Gerstler
ISBN-10 014312689X
Release 2015-05-26
Pages 96
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A dazzling new collection from an award-winning poet Amy Gerstler has won acclaim for sly, sophisticated, and subversive poems that find meaning in unexpected places. The title of her new collection, Scattered at Sea, evokes notions of dispersion, diaspora, sowing one’s wild oats, having one’s mind expanded or blown, losing one’s wits, and mortality. Making use of dramatic monologue, elegy, humor, and collage, these poems explore hedonism, gender, ancestry, reincarnation, bereavement, and the nature of prayer. Groping for an inclusive, imaginative, postmodern spirituality, they draw from an array of sources, including the philosophy of the ancient Stoics, diagnostic tests for Alzheimer’s disease, 1950s recipes, the Babylonian Talmud, and Walter Benjamin’s writing on his drug experiences.



Statistical Properties of Scattered Light

Statistical Properties of Scattered Light Author B. Crosignani
ISBN-10 9780323162319
Release 1975-01-01
Pages 236
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Statistical Properties of Scattered Light



Scattered Risks

Scattered Risks Author Pamela Uschuk
ISBN-10 9780916727123
Release 2005-01-01
Pages 97
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The Durango-based poet presents a collection of verse exploring the natural world of western Colorado, Mexico, and elsewhere.



Scattered Assets

Scattered Assets Author Baruti I. M. Katembo
ISBN-10 9781463425753
Release 2012-02
Pages 136
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Scattered Assets seeks to be a conduit f or facilitating a much-needed and provocative dialogue on optimal 21st Century Pan-African development, through understanding the leverage and power of resource use; a selected, 8-work anthology of the author's speeches and writings (from the vantage points of human capital, sociotechnology, culture, and economics) is used to discuss empowerment. the notion of African-Americans and the African continent becoming mutual resources is a major, recurring and explained theme. Also, the book offers a fresh perspective and analysis - and thus, a new conversation - on empowering African people and associated interests through prudent use of existing tools and assets.



Introduction to Imaging from Scattered Fields

Introduction to Imaging from Scattered Fields Author Michael A Fiddy
ISBN-10 9781466569591
Release 2014-11-10
Pages 246
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Obtain the Best Estimate of a Strongly Scattering Object from Limited Scattered Field Data Introduction to Imaging from Scattered Fields presents an overview of the challenging problem of determining information about an object from measurements of the field scattered from that object. It covers widely used approaches to recover information about the objects and examines the assumptions made a priori about the object and the consequences of recovering object information from limited numbers of noisy measurements of the scattered fields. The book explores the strengths and weaknesses of using inverse methods for weak scattering. These methods, including Fourier-based signal and image processing techniques, allow more straightforward inverse algorithms to be exploited based on a simple mapping of scattered field data. The authors also discuss their recent approach based on a nonlinear filtering step in the inverse algorithm. They illustrate how to use this algorithm through numerous two-dimensional electromagnetic scattering examples. MATLAB® code is provided to help readers quickly apply the approach to a wide variety of inverse scattering problems. In later chapters of the book, the authors focus on important and often forgotten overarching constraints associated with exploiting inverse scattering algorithms. They explain how the number of degrees of freedom associated with any given scattering experiment can be found and how this allows one to specify a minimum number of data that should be measured. They also describe how the prior discrete Fourier transform (PDFT) algorithm helps in estimating the properties of an object from scattered field measurements. The PDFT restores stability and improves estimates of the object even with severely limited data (provided it is sufficient to meet a criterion based on the number of degrees of freedom). Suitable for graduate students and researchers working on medical, geophysical, defense, and industrial inspection inverse problems, this self-contained book provides the necessary details for readers to design improved experiments and process measured data more effectively. It shows how to obtain the best estimate of a strongly scattering object from limited scattered field data.



Smart but Scattered

Smart but Scattered Author Peg Dawson
ISBN-10 1606238809
Release 2011-11-30
Pages 314
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There's nothing more frustrating than watching your bright, talented son or daughter struggle with everyday tasks like finishing homework, putting away toys, or following instructions at school. Your "smart but scattered" 4- to 13-year-old might also have trouble coping with disappointment or managing anger. Drs. Peg Dawson and Richard Guare have great news: there's a lot you can do to help. The latest research in child development shows that many kids who have the brain and heart to succeed lack or lag behind in crucial "executive skills"--the fundamental habits of mind required for getting organized, staying focused, and controlling impulses and emotions. Learn easy-to-follow steps to identify your child's strengths and weaknesses, use activities and techniques proven to boost specific skills, and problem-solve daily routines. Helpful worksheets and forms can be downloaded and printed in a convenient 8 1/2" x 11" size. Small changes can add up to big improvements--this empowering book shows how. See also the authors' Smart but Scattered Teens and their self-help guide for adults. Plus, an academic planner for middle and high school students and related titles for professionals.