A Hand Book Of The History Of Painting Part Ii The German Flemish And Dutch Schools Of Painting Translated From The German By A Lady I E Mrs Margaret Hutton Edited With Notes By Sir Edmund Head Bart

Author: Franz Theodor KUGLER
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A Hand Book Of The History Of Painting Part Ii The German Flemish And Dutch Schools Of Painting Translated From The German By A Lady I E Mrs Margaret Hutton Edited With Notes By Sir Edmund Head Bart from the Author: Franz Theodor KUGLER.

Number By Colors

Author: Brand Fortner
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 1461218926
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Number By Colors from the Author: Brand Fortner. Numbering with colors is tutorial in nature, with many practical examples given throughout the presentation. It is heavily illustrated with gray-scale images, but also included is an 8-page signature of 4-color illustrations to support the presentation. While the organization is somewhat similar to that found in "The Data Handbook," there is little overlap with the content material in that publication. The first section in the book discusses Color Physics, Physiology and Psychology, talking about the details of the eye, the visual pathway, and how the brain converts colors into perceptions of hues. This is followed by the second section, in which Color Technologies are explained, i.e. how we describe colors using the CIE diagram, and how colors can be reproduced using various technologies such as offset printing and video screens. The third section of the book, Using Colors, relates how scientists and engineers can use color to help gain insight into their data sets through true color, false color, and pseudocolor imaging.

The Adventures Of Mademoiselle Mac 2 Book Bundle

Author: Christopher Ward
Publisher: Dundurn
ISBN: 1459731913
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The Adventures Of Mademoiselle Mac 2 Book Bundle from the Author: Christopher Ward. Mackenzie — just “Mac,” thanks — is a regular fourteen-year-old girl, until a school trip to Paris leaves her tangled up with a cast of shadowy characters, crazy cabbies, and ... are those real-life gargoyles? That’s just the beginning for Mac and her zany friends, whose adventures whisk them all around France. From a dizzying encounter on top of Notre Dame Cathedral to a cutthroat race to Marseille (try to steer around the sheep), Mac’s adventures have only begun! Includes Mac in the City of Light Mac on the Road to Marseille Mac in the City of Light Mac’s school trip to Paris turns into an adventure she never imagined. Mac on the Road to Marseille Mac takes an adventure on the roads of France.

Candlelight Christmas Garden

Author: Ruth Schram
Publisher: Alfred Music Publishing
ISBN: 9780739023846
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Candlelight Christmas Garden from the Author: Ruth Schram. Candlelight Christmas Garden is a unique, multi-generation Christmas program that celebrates the coming of Jesus, who is God's Light. Perfect for children's, youth and adult choirs, separately or combined, it may be presented in its entirety as a 20-minute program or in individual suites throughout the season.

A Theory Of Language And Information

Author: Zellig Sabbettai Harris
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
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A Theory Of Language And Information from the Author: Zellig Sabbettai Harris. Written by one of the most respected figures in American linguistics, this book develops an approach to the analysis of language on a mathematical model. Harris presents a formal theory of language structure, in which syntax is characterized as an orderly system of departure from random combinings of sounds, words, and all the elements of language. He argues that the combining of words in a sentence constitutes a mathematical object, and that each departure from randomness is a contribution to the structure and meaning of a sentence. Discussing the differences in the structure and content of language, mathematics, and music, Harris shows that the use of language in a science constitutes a distinguishable sub-language. Remarkable and compelling, Harris's magnum opus will be considered the classical analysis of the structuring of information and development of language.