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Being Creative  [PDF]
Kuang-Ming Wu
Open Journal of Philosophy (OJPP) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/ojpp.2016.63022
Abstract: Being creative revolutionizes things toward novelty. And any revolution is messy, quiet or noisy, bloody or no. Novelty upsets the existing order of things, and so being creative is quite topsy-turvy, impossible to chart in advance. This essay adumbrates such messy creativity in five ways: one, being creative is not all-chaotic, two, being creative is not all-arbitrary, three, being creative is repetitive, four, being creative is graded, and finally, how necessary being creative is. This essay treats this theme of being creative never treated in any essay anywhere, yet the theme is absolutely indispensable for being alive as human that is part and parcel of being creative. Without being creative we are reduced to mere subhuman existence.
A New Method to Select Training Images in Multi-Point Geostatistics  [PDF]
Lixin Wang, Yanshu Yin, Wenjie Feng
Open Journal of Yangtze Oil and Gas (OJOGas) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/ojogas.2018.32010
Abstract: Training images, as an important modeling parameter in the multi-point geostatistics, directly determine the effect of modeling. It’s necessary to evaluate and select the candidate training image before using the multi-point geostatistical modeling. The overall repetition probability is not sufficient to describe the relationship of single data events in the training image. Based on the understanding, a new method was presented in this paper to select the training image. As is shown in the basic idea, the repetition probability distribution of a single data event was used to characterize the type and stationarity of the sedimentary pattern in the training image. The repetition probability mean value and deviation of single data event reflected the stationarity of the geological model of the training image; the rate of data event mismatching reflected the diversity of geological patterns in training images. The selection of optimal training image was achieved by combining the probability of repeated events and the probability of overall repetition of single data events. It’s illustrated in the simulation tests that a good training image has the advantages of high repetition probability compatibility, stable distribution of repeated probability of single data event, low probability mean value, low probability deviation and low rate of mismatching. The method can quickly select the training image and provide the basic guarantee for multi-point geostatistical simulations.
O uso da repeti??o na escrita pelos surdos
Andrade, Wagner Teobaldo Lopes de;Aguiar, Marígia Ana de Moura;Madeiro, Francisco;
Linguagem em (Dis)curso , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S1518-76322011000200003
Abstract: writing is an important means of communication for the deaf with his/her peers, as well as with the non-deaf as a result of their difficulty in developing oral language. considering that oral cues are directly related to text cohesion, this study aimed to investigate the use of repetition in the writing of the deaf. fifteen oralized deaf speakers, fifteen non-oralized deaf speakers and fifteen hearing speakers answered to a questionnaire which underwent both quantitative and qualitative analysis as related to occurrence, typology, form, position and function of repetition. results showed that the three groups of participants used repetition in writing. the two groups of deaf speakers showed, mainly, low frequency, integral and adjacent repetitions in writing. the oralized speakers showed more repetitions with comprehension function while the non-oralized used repetition especially with topic continuity function. the conclusion of this research is that similar to hearers the relation between orality and writing is present in the deaf, even without natural access to orality.
Repeti??o e risco
Dias,Carlos Amaral;
Análise Psicológica , 2005,
Abstract: this paper is based in a lecture from a seminar about risk behaviours, traffic and rehabilitation. the author discussed psychoanalytic points of view about repetition and risk. he tries to organise methodology and clinical issues about traffic offender rehabilitation programs.
Repeti??o e Coordena??o
CAMACHO, Roberto Gomes;PEZATTI, Erotilde Goreti;
DELTA: Documenta??o de Estudos em Lingüística Teórica e Aplicada , 1998, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-44501998000300007
Abstract: based on the principle that the cognitive motivation pervades all levels of the grammar of a language, the basic aim of this paper is to explore the hypothesis that the coordenative processes of conjunction and disjunction result from a perceptual-cognitive transference of common mechanisms of repetition. by means of a multifunctional analysis of coordination, it is showed that term conection is the model that activates sentence conection processes at which additive and alternative junctives establish content relations at ideational level, and epistemic and speech act relations at the interactional level.
Compuls?o à repeti??o e regress?o à dependência em Winnicott
Fulgencio, Leopoldo;
Revista Latinoamericana de Psicopatologia Fundamental , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S1415-47142011000100007
Abstract: the purpose of this article is to analyze winnicott's perspective on the understanding of the clinical phenomenon that freud referred to as the compulsion to repeat. we sustain that winnicott replaced this notion with that of regression to dependence in the analytical situation. this puts a patient's self in a situation that leads him to discard his defenses and return to a situation that existed prior to that of the trauma and to that of the construction of his defenses.
La repetición del gesto en el discurso interactivo
Revista signos , 2004, DOI: 10.4067/S0718-09342004005500004
Abstract: this article is about the use of spontaneous gestures in interaction and, more precisely, about the repetition of the interlocutor's gestures. the analysis of four instances of gesture repetition found in two dyadic discussions with spanish native speakers shows that this discursive activity operates in a way similar to verbal repetition. that is, the recipient can simply reproduce the interlocutor's gesture (retake) or recycle it by introducing various modifications (reformulation). all four instances of gesture repetition studied were performed by the same participant, who behaved almost like an interviewer with her partners. gesture repetition played a part in facilitating the partners' speech in two areas: the negotiation of meaning (ideational dimension of language), and the conduct of interaction (discursive dimension of language). more importantly, gesture repetition is an indicator that speakers pay attention to the interlocutors' gestures, confirming the communicative purpose of gesture.
The Style and the Theme of Loss in Hemingway’ s Hills Like White Elephants
Yanlin SHI
Studies in Literature and Language , 2013, DOI: 10.3968/j.sll.1923156320130601.2339
Abstract: Hemingway’ s Short Story Hills Like White Elephants presents a simple story between an American man and a young woman. Under the simple plot lies strong conflict between protagonists. Through probing into its language techniques, repetition, documentary style, and girl’s loss of unborn child, her love, and her future, this paper aims to give an in-depth analysis of its style and theme of loss. Key words: Repetition; Documentary style; Loss
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Ya?ar AYDEM?R,Dr. Halil ?ELT?K
Turkish Studies , 2009,
Abstract: Meter and rhyme are indispensable elements forClassical Turkish poem. Usually rhyme together withredif (repeated voice/ word after the rhyme) is used inClassical Turkish poem. One of the way of using rhymeand redif is "repeated rhyme and repeated redif" in poem.In this paper, "repeated rhyme and repeatedredif" was studied.
Maria Aparecida Tedeschi Cano,Maria das Gra?as C. Ferriani,M?nica Luis Mendon?a
Revista Eletr?nica de Enfermagem , 1999,
Abstract: A first approach. According to several authors many causes may lead to repetition and school evasion. When we developed the theoric-practical teaching of our discipline named Child s Health in the schools linked to the PROASE (School Health Assistance Program), we faced such problems. From in a first approach, we decided to study this question, with adolescents from the seventh grade of those schools (official and private schools), in the year of 1995, to detect possible causes that contribute for repetition and school evasion in our city. The methodology used in this study was the social stratification, and in this way we grouped the schools as: needy, mixed, standard and private, according to the children who attended the schools. After the stratification we choose a school of each group aleatorily, and we interviewed the repeating students and visited the evaded students. According to the results, we found that the major cause of repetition and school evasion in our research was the need to work and help the family earnings, and that the students were not interested in learning.
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