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Roots Always Precede Routes: On the Road, through a Glass Darkly  [cached]
E-rea : Revue électronique d’études sur le Monde Anglophone , 2011, DOI: 10.4000/erea.1629
Abstract: Cet article explore les strates souterraines de On the Road, d’une part, en adoptant trois angles d’approche (le rapport dialogique errance-enracinement, l’ethnogenèse et la géographie culturelle), et d’autre part, en intégrant le roman dans un projet plus vaste, le projet Route qui permet une lecture de la genèse du roman publié en 1957 et de sa version originale, le Rouleau, publiée cinquante ans plus tard. Cet article analyse les rapports entre espace, identité, errance et nation, et tente de proposer une lecture de la présence invisible de l’ethnicité franco-américaine de l’auteur comme fils conducteur des proto-versions de On the Road et des thèmes abordés (l’errance, la cartographie de l’espace et la quête du père et de la patrie perdus). This article explores the subterranean layers of On the Road, firstly, approaching them from three perspectives (the dyad routes-roots, ethnogenesis and cultural geography), and secondly, considering the novel within a larger project, the “Road” project, which allows further insight into the genesis of the 1957 edition and of the original scroll published fifty years later. This article focuses on the relationship between space, identity, travel and nation, and attempts to offer a reading of the author’s French-Canadian and Franco-American invisible ethnicity as a guiding line to the On the Road proto-versions and to the themes developed (travel, mapping the land and the quest for the father[land]).
Describing and Simulating Internet Routes  [PDF]
Jeremie Leguay,Matthieu Latapy,Timur Friedman,Kave Salamatian
Computer Science , 2004,
Abstract: This paper introduces relevant statistics for the description of routes in the internet, seen as a graph at the interface level. Based on the observed properties, we propose and evaluate methods for generating artificial routes suitable for simulation purposes. The work in this paper is based upon a study of over seven million route traces produced by CAIDA's skitter infrastructure.
Routes of Quantum Mechanics Theories
Dumitru S.
Progress in Physics , 2012,
Abstract: The conclusive view of quantum mechanics theory depends on its routes in respect with CIUR (Conventional Interpretation of Uncertainty Relations). As the CIUR is obligatorily assumed or interdicted the mentioned view leads to ambiguous, deficient and unnatural visions respectively to a potentially simple, mended and natural conception. The alluded dependence is illustrated in the attached poster.
Electrochemical routes for industrial synthesis
Sequeira, C. A. C.;Santos, D. M. F.;
Journal of the Brazilian Chemical Society , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-50532009000300002
Abstract: this review examines the reasons for increasing interest towards electrolyses by the chemical industry, reviews the electrochemical industries as most of them now exist, and provides a status report on the key technological advances which are occurring to meet present and future needs. classical industries like those of chloroalkali, aluminium, p-aminophenol, adiponitrile, ethylene glycol, anthraquinone, perfluorinated products, glyoxylic acid and l-cysteine are initially covered. considering the large amount of available publications in these topics of electrochemical engineering, the covered relevant information is treated at a scientific level, although in a simplified way. then the paper deals with emerging inorganic and organic processes, e.g. electrosynthesis in ionic liquids and mediated electrochemical processes, and finishes by assessing what the future development trend might be given the electrochemical and non electrochemical competing influences. with this approach it is hoped to stimulate the interest of chemical engineers and scientists non-specialised in electrochemical routes, and to review some cutting edge research, particularly as far as electrosynthesis in ionic liquids is concerned.
Comparing the efficiency of transport routes and corridors
Anca-Andreea C?RJAN,Liviu Gabriel GHI?ULEASA
Revista Roman? de Statistic? , 2011,
Abstract: In the broader context of the importance granted to accessibility by the European spatial planning policies, comparing the efficiency of European and national transportation routes and corridors constitutes an issue of particular relevance for Romania. In order to resolve it, this paper proposes a methodology based on potential accessibility, determined by the total population served, and the efficiency of the path, by analogy with the least squares method. Both approaches were applied to internal and European routes.
Finding routes in anonymous sensor networks  [PDF]
Renato C. Dutra,Valmir C. Barbosa
Computer Science , 2005, DOI: 10.1016/j.ipl.2006.01.001
Abstract: We consider networks of anonymous sensors and address the problem of constructing routes for the delivery of information from a group of sensors in response to a query by a sink. In order to circumvent the restrictions imposed by anonymity, we rely on using the power level perceived by the sensors in the query from the sink. We introduce a simple distributed algorithm to achieve the building of routes to the sink and evaluate its performance by means of simulations.
Routes to chaos, universality and glass formation  [PDF]
Fulvio Baldovin
Physics , 2006, DOI: 10.1016/j.physa.2006.08.057
Abstract: We review recent results obtained for the dynamics of incipient chaos. These results suggest a common picture underlying the three universal routes to chaos displayed by the prototypical logistic and circle maps. Namely, the period doubling, intermittency, and quasiperiodicity routes. In these situations the dynamical behavior is exactly describable through infinite families of Tsallis' $q$-exponential functions. Furthermore, the addition of a noise perturbation to the dynamics at the onset of chaos of the logistic map allows to establish parallels with the behavior of supercooled liquids close to glass formation. Specifically, the occurrence of two-step relaxation, aging with its characteristic scaling property, and subdiffusion and arrest is corroborated for such a system.
Routes to Nanoparticle-Polymer Superlattices  [PDF]
Sara Mehdizadeh Taheri,Steffen Fischer,Stephan F?rster
Polymers , 2011, DOI: 10.3390/polym3020662
Abstract: Nanoparticles can self-assemble into highly ordered two- and three-dimensional superlattices. For many practical applications these assemblies need to be integrated into polymeric matrices to provide stability and function. By appropriate co-assembly of nanoparticles and polymers it has become possible to tailor the nanoparticle superlattice structure via the length and stiffness of the polymer chains. The present article outlines and discusses established routes to nanoparticle-polymer superlattices. Recent progress has been remarkable so that the integration into functional devices has become the next challenge.
Romanian Immigrant Travel Routes to America
Mihaela Mudure
Khazar Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences , 2011,
Abstract: This paper claims the existence of various immigrant travel routes in American literature. The literary argumentation relies on Domnica Radulescu and her first novel Train to Trieste and on Alta Ifland‘s collection of short stories Elegy for a Fabulous Land. Both writers were born in Romania and were confronted with totalitarianism and its impositions upon individual identity. Travel and mobility have shaped the identities of these two writers in decisive ways which draw the contours of an emerging hyphenated ethnic literature: Romanian-American literature.
On the roots of $σ$-polynomials  [PDF]
Jason Brown,Aysel Erey
Mathematics , 2013,
Abstract: Given a graph $G$ of order $n$, the $\sigma$-$polynomial$ of $G$ is the generating function $\sigma(G,x) = \sum a_{i}x^{i}$ where $a_{i}$ is the number of partitions of the vertex set of $G$ into $i$ nonempty independent sets. Such polynomials arise in a natural way from chromatic polynomials. Brenti [1] proved that $\sigma$-polynomials of graphs with chromatic number at least $n-2$ had all real roots, and conjectured the same held for chromatic number $n-3$. We affirm this conjecture.
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