la langue : fr
Éditeur: Council of Europe
Date de sortie : 2008
Elaborating on the general principles of the European Convention on Nationality (ETS No. 166), this convention contains specific rules to be applied by states with a view to preventing, or at least reducing to the extent possible, cases of statelessness arising from state succession. It provides practical guidance on different issues such as: the responsibilities of the successor and predecessor states, rules concerning proof, the avoidance of statelessness at birth, the facilitation of acquisition of nationality by stateless persons, as well as international co-operation.--Publisher's description.
Auteur : J. R. M. Hosking
la langue : en
Éditeur: Cambridge University Press
Date de sortie : 2005-09-08
This book is the first complete account of the L-moment approach to regional frequency analysis of environmental extremes.
Auteur : James W. Cogdell
la langue : en
Éditeur: American Mathematical Soc.
Date de sortie :
James W. Cogdell, Lectures on $L$-functions, converse theorems, and functoriality for $GL_n$: Preface Modular forms and their $L$-functions Automorphic forms Automorphic representations Fourier expansions and multiplicity one theorems Eulerian integral representations Local $L$-functions: The non-Archimedean case The unramified calculation Local $L$-functions: The Archimedean case Global $L$-functions Converse theorems Functoriality Functoriality for the classical groups Functoriality for the classical groups, II Henry H. Kim, Automorphic $L$-functions: Introduction Chevalley groups and their properties Cuspidal representations $L$-groups and automorphic $L$-functions Induced representations Eisenstein series and constant terms $L$-functions in the constant terms Meromorphic continuation of $L$-functions Generic representations and their Whittaker models Local coefficients and non-constant terms Local Langlands correspondence Local $L$-functions and functional equations Normalization of intertwining operators Holomorphy and bounded in vertical strips Langlands functoriality conjecture Converse theorem of Cogdell and Piatetski-Shapiro Functoriality of the symmetric cube Functoriality of the symmetric fourth Bibliography M. Ram Murty, Applications of symmetric power $L$-functions: Preface The Sato-Tate conjecture Maass wave forms The Rankin-Selberg method Oscillations of Fourier coefficients of cusp forms Poincare series Kloosterman sums and Selberg's conjecture Refined estimates for Fourier coefficients of cusp forms Twisting and averaging of $L$-series The Kim-Sarnak theorem Introduction to Artin $L$-functions Zeros and poles of Artin $L$-functions The Langlands-Tunnell theorem Bibliography
Auteur : Beth Lynch
la langue : en
Date de sortie : 2017-03-02
Roger L'Estrange (1616-1704) was one of the most remarkable, significant and colourful figures in seventeenth-century England. Whilst there has been regular, if often cursory, scholarly interest in his activities as Licenser and Stuart apologist, this is the first sustained book-length study of the man for almost a century. L'Estrange's engagement on the Royalist side during the Civil war, and his energetic pamphleteering for the return of the King in the months preceding the Restoration earned him a reputation as one of the most radical royalist apologists. As Licenser for the Press under Charles II, he was charged with preventing the printing and publication of dissenting writings; his additional role as Surveyor of the Press authorised him to search the premises of printers and booksellers on the mere suspicion of such activity. He was also a tireless pamphleteer, journalist, and controversialist in the conformist cause, all of which made him the bête noire of Whigs and non-conformists. This collection of essays by leading scholars of the period highlights the instrumental role L'Estrange played in the shaping of the political, literary, and print cultures of the Restoration period. Taking an interdisciplinary approach the volume covers all the major aspects of his career, as well as situating them in their broader historical and literary context. By examining his career in this way the book offers insights that will prove of worth to political, social, religious and cultural historians, as well as those interested in seventeenth-century literary and book history.
Auteur : Antoine Compagnon
la langue : fr
Éditeur: Presses Paris Sorbonne
Date de sortie : 2003
Michel Leiris qualifiait Les Fleurs du mal d' " irréductibles ". L'œuvre résiste à toute lecture. Pour la respecter, il faut s'affranchir des mythes qui l'entourent depuis un siècle et demi. C'est l'objet du premier chapitre. Ainsi sera-t-on ramené aux poèmes, à leur lettre irrémédiable. Au-delà, quatre chapitres examinent la récurrence d'un thème l'éternel, l'infini, la mer, la rue - quatre variantes d'une hantise du poète : le nombre. " Tout est nombre. Le nombre est dans tout. Le nombre est dans l'individu. L'ivresse est un nombre ", lit-on dans Fusées. Le nombre: d'un côté l'ordre, la doctrine pythagoricienne donnant accès aux règles de l'univers ; de l'autre la discorde, la mer méchante, la rue passante. Ou encore le vers, " rime et nombre ", comme le définit Baudelaire : rythme, cadence, harmonie, mais aussi débordement, démesure, dissonance. Deux chapitres reconduisent enfin le temps et l'allégorie, autres obsessions liées au nombre (" - Ah ! ne jamais sortir des Nombres et des Etres ! "), aux formes qui les portent : la syncope et le non sequitur qui cassent le vers des Fleurs du mal.
Auteur : Melvyn Dubofsky
la langue : en
Éditeur: University of Illinois Press
Date de sortie : 1986-01-01
A biography of a leading member of the American labor movement traces Lewis' life from his boyhood, through his school years, to his involvement with the cause of labor.
Auteur : Mary Lee
la langue : en
Date de sortie : 2013-06-01
Basic Skills in Interpreting Laboratory Data, Fifth Edition, is the classic and most popular pharmacy laboratory text because it is the only reference on this subject written by pharmacists, for pharmacists. Students find this guide a clear and useful introduction to the fundamentals of interpreting laboratory test results. The book enhances the skills pharmacists need by providing essential information on common laboratory tests used to screen for or diagnose diseases and monitor the effectiveness and safety of treatment and disease severity. Each chapter contains learning objectives, case studies, bibliographies, and charts that summarize the causes of high and low test results. New for this edition: Updated and expanded Quick View tables in each chapter now match those in the popular quick-reference, Interpreting Laboratory Data: A Point-of-Care Guide New glossary of acronyms is right up front for a streamlined reference Normal value ranges of all tests have been standardized by an expert pathologist New and updated cases in each chapter apply your Basic Skills in clinical situations Reorganized to highlight the application of concepts by body system, and in special populations Basic Skills in Interpreting Laboratory Data offers features that will help pharmacy students not only understand and engage with the material but also will streamline the transition from classroom to practice setting. After studying with this trusted text, students and pharmacists will more effectively monitor patient therapy, evaluate test results, and improve outcomes through optimal and focused pharmacotherapy.