2 edition of The contexts of non-linear history found in the catalog.
The contexts of non-linear history
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Other titles||Non-linear history|
|Statement||edited by Dele Layiwola, Olawale Albert and Bernard Muller.|
|Contributions||Layiwola, Dele., Albert, Isaac O., Müller, Bernard., Tamuno, Tekena N.|
|LC Classifications||DT515.55 .C66 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 398 p. :|
|Number of Pages||398|
|LC Control Number||2009404273|
Computers and graphing calculators are much more than tools for teaching the traditional calculus. One problem with this encode-transmit-receive-decode model is that the processes of encoding and decoding imply that the sender and receiver each possess something that functions as a [code-book], and that these two code books are, at the very least, similar if not identical. For him, "in the whole range of human activities, war most closely resembles a game of cards. Unnoticeably small causes can be disproportionately amplified.
What astounded us, though, was the revelation that differential equations could really be at the center--thanks to the use of computers. Within this approach, theorists do not try to divorce their values from inquiry. Technology radically enlarges the range of questions we can explore and the ways we can answer them. Condorcet 's interpretations of the various "stages of humanity" and Auguste Comte 's positivism were among the most important formulations of such conceptions of history, which trusted social progress. In Chapter I of Book One, Clausewitz engages the reader with three increasingly sophisticated definitions of war, each one of which is prominently marked by nonlinearity.
Unfortunately, too many in the innovation economy today ignore the many useful lessons of the past. This is a root explanation for unpredictability in those nonlinear phenomena that exhibit chaotic regimes of behavior. CBS model argues that clarity, brevity, and sincerity are the only purpose to prose discourse, therefore communication. The Interactive Model.
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Lulled into a false sense of security by his familiarity with the unique response of a linear system, the busy analyst or experimentalist shouts "Eureka, this is the solution" once a simulation settles onto an equilibrium or steady cycle, without bothering to explore patiently the outcome from different starting conditions.
Five Colleges, Inc. And journal articles don't shelter their readers from home truths: if a mathematical argument is needed, it is used. Early in their academic careers, Hampshire students grapple with primary sources in all fields--in economics and ecology, as well as in history and literature.
And the causes of such changes in a complex system can be imperceptibly small. Cyclical conceptions continued in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries in the works of authors such as Oswald Spengler —Nikolay Danilevsky —and Paul Kennedy —who conceived the human past as a series of repetitive rises and falls.
Eleven of the 41 illustrations in the book have also been redacted. Systems with feedback loops, delays, "trigger effects," and qualitative changes over time produce surprises, often abruptly crossing a threshold into a qualitatively different regime of behavior. In this overview, we tell our "creation story" and then describe how it led to the text, spelling out our starting pointsour curricular goalsour functional goalsand our view of the impact of technology.
I am not arguing that reference to a few of today's "nonlinear science" concepts would help us clarify confusion in Clausewitz's thinking. Therefore, any look into communication theory should include the possibilities drafted by such great scholars as Richard A.
Its utility value as an original historiographical contribution is variable — for instance, it is particularly good on German women and work —, and more broadly it offers important comparisons between rural and urban life.
This assumption works well for linear systems, and even relatively well for those nonlinear systems that are stable enough to be treated using the techniques of linear analysis or control theory.
This second attitude of communication, referred to as the constitutive model or constructionist view, focuses on how an individual communicates as the determining factor of the way the message will be interpreted.
On the basis of linear assumptions, one expects major obstacles to produce proportionately serious errors in responding to the message. Volume One — London, Clausewitz's basic intuition here is that organizations are always slower and more inflexible than the natural events they are intended to control.
The contest is not the presence or actions of each opponent added together. Stein, ed. It seems clear that in On War Clausewitz also senses that any prescriptive theory entails linearization, which is why he holds a dim view of such theory in the real world in which war actually occurs.
Of course, as Ian Stewart noted, all this comes at a price, namely the restriction of our vision to low-amplitude vibrations, shallow waves, small perturbations, and their analogs.
Such considerations often make soldiers impatient with his presentation, but the variables in war cannot be isolated from the parameters constituting the political context.Start studying Praxis II (/) Reading and Literature: Historical and Cultural Contexts in Literature.
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