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Interview with Dr. James Osborne, 2011-2012 IEMA Postdoctoral Fellow  [PDF]
Poltorak, Darren
Chronika , 2012,
Abstract: Dr. James F. Osborne is currently the Postdoctoral Fellow at the Institute for European and Mediterranean Archaeology at the University of Buffalo, SUNY. He received a Bachelor’s of Arts with honors in Ancient Near Eastern Studies from the University of Toronto. James attended Harvard University for his graduate work, earning a Master’s of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy in Archaeology of the Levant, with the latter being awarded with distinction. He has recently been awarded the Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellowship in the Humanities at Johns Hopkins University. Drawing from multiple disciplines, such as Geographical Information System and built environment studies, Dr. Osborne explores issues of territoriality and politics in Iron Age Turkey.
Anger, Joy and Hope: Reflections of a Revolutionary. An Interview with Nigel Osborne.  [cached]
Alpha Woodward
Voices: A World Forum for Music Therapy , 2012,
Abstract: Leslie Bunt's Introduction to the interview: It gives me great pleasure to introduce this text written by music therapy colleague Alpha Woodward. For quite some time Alpha and I have been exploring how to communicate to the international music therapy community through ‘Voices’ something of the essence of the work of a quite remarkable man, Nigel Osborne. Alpha has provided a creative solution to this challenge by interweaving excerpts of an interview with Nigel within the context of a case study exploring the background and evolution of the Pavarotti Music Centre in Mostar. As Alpha points out in her text Nigel Osborne is a great friend and ambassador of music therapy, although not ‘formally trained’ as a music therapist. His work touches on so much that is fundamental to the work of music therapists and as he says ‘enlivening children through song.’ But Nigel goes further in combining this passion for music with his burning desire for social justice and action.
Remarks on Robin's and Niocolas Inequalities  [PDF]
Boris A. Kupershmidt
Physics , 2009,
Abstract: Robin's Conjecture is strengthened, deformed, and proved. Nicolas conjecture follows.
Hardy inequalities for Robin Laplacians  [PDF]
Hynek Kovarik,Ari Laptev
Mathematics , 2011, DOI: 10.1016/j.jfa.2012.03.021
Abstract: In this paper we establish a Hardy inequality for Laplace operators with Robin boundary conditions. For convex domains, in particular, we show explicitly how the corresponding Hardy weight depends on the coefficient of the Robin boundary conditions. We also study several extensions to non-convex and unbounded domains.
The Algorithms and Program of Batch Transforming Between ISBN-10 and ISBN-13

Li Bangqun,

现代图书情报技术 , 2008,
Abstract: This paper mainly discusses the difference between ISBN-10 and ISBN-13,provides the algorithms of batch transforming between ISBN-10 and ISBN-13,and realizes the program of batch transforming between ISBN-10 and ISBN-13 based on the analysis of algorithm by VB6.0.
The Characteristics of ISBN and Its Functions in Book Purchasing and Compiling  [cached]
Chunlan Qiu,Yonglin Xiao
International Journal of Business and Management , 2009, DOI: 10.5539/ijbm.v3n2p97
Abstract: This paper analyzes the structure and the characteristics of ISBN and the functions of ISBN in book purchasing and compiling of libraries.
SDPD Round Robin 2002 Results  [PDF]
Armel Le Bail,Lachlan Cranswick
Physics , 2003,
Abstract: Four years after the first structure determination by powder diffractometry (SDPD) round robin, a second one shows that SDPD is still not routine.
On Robin's criterion for the Riemann Hypothesis  [PDF]
Y. -J. Choie,N. Lichiardopol,P. Moree,P. Sole
Mathematics , 2006,
Abstract: Robin's criterion states that the Riemann Hypothesis (RH) is true if and only if Robin's inequality sum_{d|n}d=5041, where gamma denotes the Euler(-Mascheroni) constant. We show by elementary methods that if n>=37 does not satisfy Robin's criterion it must be even and is neither squarefree nor squarefull. Using a bound of Rosser and Schoenfeld we show, moreover, that n must be divisible by a fifth power >1. As a consequence we infer that RH holds true if and only if every natural number divisible by a fifth power >1 satisfies Robin's inequality.
Robin-to-Robin Maps and Krein-Type Resolvent Formulas for Schr?dinger Operators on Bounded Lipschitz Domains  [PDF]
Fritz Gesztesy,Marius Mitrea
Mathematics , 2008,
Abstract: We study Robin-to-Robin maps, and Krein-type resolvent formulas for Schr\"odinger operators on bounded Lipschitz domains in $\bbR^n$, $n\ge 2$, with generalized Robin boundary conditions.
Robin conditions on the Euclidean ball  [PDF]
J. S. Dowker
Physics , 1995, DOI: 10.1088/0264-9381/13/4/003
Abstract: Techniques are presented for calculating directly the scalar functional determinant on the Euclidean d-ball. General formulae are given for Dirichlet and Robin boundary conditions. The method involves a large mass asymptotic limit which is carried out in detail for d=2 and d=4 incidentally producing some specific summations and identities. Extensive use is made of the Watson-Kober summation formula.
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