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Special rank one groups with abelian unipotent subgroups are perfect
Anja Steinbach
Mathematics , 2011,
Abstract: T. De Medts, Y. Segev and K. Tent [Special Moufang sets, their root groups and their \mu-maps, Proc. Lond. Math. Soc. (3) 96 (2008), 767-791] proved that the little projective group of a special Moufang set M(U,\tau) is perfect provided that U has size at least 4. We give a short, elementary and self-contained argument when U is abelian, working with Timmesfeld's concept of special (abstract) rank one groups with abelian unipotent subgroups [Abstract root subgroups and simple groups of Lie type, Monographs in Mathematics, 95. Birkh\"auser, 2001]. This simplifies Timmesfeld's (quasi) simplicity criterion for groups generated by abstract root subgroups [loc. cit., II (2.14)].
Special rank one groups are perfect
Anja Steinbach
Mathematics , 2011,
Abstract: T. De Medts, Y. Segev and K. Tent [Special Moufang sets, their root groups and their \mu-maps, Proc. Lond. Math. Soc. (3) 96 (2008), 767-791] proved that the little projective group of a special Moufang set M(U,\tau) is perfect provided that U has size at least 4. We give a short, elementary and self-contained argument, working with Timmesfeld's concept of special (abstract) rank one groups with arbitrary unipotent subgroups [Abstract root subgroups and simple groups of Lie type, Monographs in Mathematics, 95. Birkh\"auser, 2001].
Relations between Grandparents and Grandchildren in the Context of the Family System
Oliver Arránz Becker,Anja Steinbach
Comparative Population Studies , 2012, DOI: 10.4232/10.cpos-2012-06en
Abstract: The demographic change which has taken place in recent decades, and in particular the considerable increase in life expectancy, has resulted in intergenerational relationships that are lasting much longer. Despite the increase in people’s median age at first child birth, members of different generations now have the opportunity to live together for periods that are unparalleled in human history. Especially the medical and technical progress has led to grandparents being increasingly capable in both health and cognitive terms at an advanced age that they provide active support for their children and grandchildren in many ways. This article addresses the question to what extent the relationship potentials - also against the background of modernisation processes within society (e.g. increasing demands as to mobility, problems in reconciling family and work) - are transformed into actual support by grandparents for the grandchildren’s generation. The analyses are based on data from the parents of the primary respondents (“anchor persons”) in the German Family Panel (Beziehungs- und Familienpanel - pairfam, 2nd wave 2009/2010, parents’ questionnaire) with a grandchild aged between 8 and 15. The significance of various factors influencing the strength of relationships between grandparents and their grandchildren is empirically examined. Firstly, social-structural characteristics and family-related attitudes on the part of the members of the various generations are considered, and secondly, various family members’ personal and social resources. All in all, it is revealed that grandparent-grandchild relationships are largely independent from personal resources such as employment status, but that they are associated with social resources, that is the relationships between grandparents and parents, as well as with grandparents’ partnership status. Moreover, there are pronounced regional differences (i.e., stronger grandparent-grandchild relations in Eastern Germany) and a positive impact of familialism.
Beziehungen zwischen Gro eltern und Enkelkindern im Kontext des familialen Beziehungssystems
Oliver Arránz Becker,Anja Steinbach
Comparative Population Studies , 2012, DOI: 10.4232/10.cpos-2012-06de
Abstract: Der demografische Wandel hat in den vergangenen Jahrzehnten, insbesondere durch die stark gestiegene Lebenserwartung, zu einer deutlichen Ausdehnung der Zeitspanne von intergenerationalen Beziehungen geführt. Trotz des Anstiegs des mittleren Geburtenalters begleiten sich die Mitglieder verschiedener Generationen heute für einen in der Geschichte der Menschheit beispiellos langen Zeitraum. Insbesondere hat der medizinisch-technische Fortschritt dazu geführt, dass Gro eltern auch im hohen Alter zunehmend gesundheitlich und kognitiv in der Lage sind, ihre Kinder und Enkelkinder aktiv und auf vielf ltige Weise zu unterstützen. Der Beitrag widmet sich der Frage, in welchem Ausma die so geschaffenen Beziehungspotentiale – nicht zuletzt vor dem Hintergrund gesellschaftlicher Modernisierungsprozesse (z.B. steigende Mobilit tsanforderungen, Vereinbarkeitsprobleme von Familie und Beruf) – in tats chliche Unterstützungsleistungen der Gro eltern- für die Enkelgeneration transformiert werden. Im Mittelpunkt der Betrachtungen stehen die Eltern der Ankerpersonen des Beziehungs- und Familienpanels (pairfam, 2. Welle 2009/2010, Elternbefragung) mit einem Enkelkind im Alter zwischen 8 und 15 Jahren. Dabei wird die Bedeutung verschiedener Einflussfaktoren auf die St rke der Beziehungen zwischen Gro eltern und ihren Enkelkindern empirisch überprüft. Dazu werden erstens sozialstrukturelle Merkmale und familienbezogene Einstellungen der Angeh rigen der verschiedenen Generationen in den Blick genommen. Zweitens werden die personalen und sozialen Ressourcen der verschiedenen Akteure berücksichtigt. Insgesamt zeigt sich, dass Gro eltern-Enkel-Beziehungen in geringerem Ma e von personalen Ressourcen wie Erwerbsstatus, sondern vielmehr von sozialen Ressourcen, also von der Beziehungsgestaltung der Gro eltern- und Elterngeneration sowie vom Partnerschaftsstatus, abh ngig sind. Schlie lich zeigen sich deutliche regionale Unterschiede (st rkere Gro eltern-Enkel-Beziehungen in Ostdeutschland) sowie ein positiver Effekt des Familialismus.
Lie algebras generated by extremal elements
Arjeh M. Cohen,Anja Steinbach,Rosane Ushirobira,David B. Wales
Mathematics , 1999,
Abstract: We study Lie algebras generated by extremal elements (i.e., elements spanning inner ideals of L) over a field of characteristic distinct from 2. We prove that any Lie algebra generated by a finite number of extremal elements is finite dimensional. The minimal number of extremal generators for the Lie algebras of type An, Bn (n>2), Cn (n>1), Dn (n>3), En (n=6,7,8), F4 and G2 are shown to be n+1, n+1, 2n, n, 5, 5, and 4 in the respective cases. These results are related to group theoretic ones for the corresponding Chevalley groups.
Das sterreichische Infarktregister
Steinbach K
Journal für Kardiologie , 2005,
Abstract: In das sterreichische Infarktregister wurden zwischen 1990 und 2001 in 41 Krankenanstalten 11.611 Patienten mit einem Q-Zacken- und 1814 Patienten mit einem Nicht-Q-Zacken-Myokardinfarkt aufgenommen. Es wurden die Angina pectoris-Anamnese, der Einweisungsmodus, die Akutbehandlung, die Komplikationsrate, die nichtinvasive und invasive Diagnostik, die Mortalit t sowie die medikament se Behandlung bei Entlassung dokumentiert. Mit einem über 12 Jahre laufenden Register wurde der Trend betreffend das Management von Patienten mit akutem Myokardinfarkt dokumentiert. Dieser zeigt entsprechend den Erkenntnissen der klinischen Forschung eine kontinuierliche Zunahme der Thrombolysebehandlung, der invasiven Diagnostik und Therapie und dadurch bedingt eine Abnahme der Spitalsmortalit t, ebenso eine dem internationalen Standard entsprechende medikament se Therapie bei Entlassung.
Mapeamento de índices e indicadores:experiência didática
Vanessa Steinbach,Ursula Blattmann
Revista ACB , 2006,
Abstract: [Portuguese]Apresenta conceitos sobre índices e indicadores. O método consiste mapear índices e indicadores, sua inser o na base de dados BVBCI, desenvolvida no software Winisis da UNESCO, para atualizar a informa o e os enlaces da Biblioteca Virtual de Biblioteconomia e Ciência da Informa o da Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina. Entre os resultados, est o as atualiza es, remo es e a inclus o de novos registros. Conclui-se que a aplica o de critérios na sele o de informa es na web, saber recuperar a informa o com precis o, evitar a desinforma o ou até mesmo a sobrecarga informacional s o requisitos indispensáveis para desenvolver habilidades e competências na forma o de bibliotecários especialmente na organiza o da informa o on-line. [English] This paper presents concepts about indexes and indicators. Method consists to mapping indexes and indicators at the web, after selection, each register is insert at the BVBCI database, using the Winisis UNESCO′s software, to updated the links and information at the “Library and Information Science Virtual Library” from the Federal University of Santa Catarina. Some results are the new registers inclusion, updates or removals. Concludes that is important to use application criteria to select web information, learn how to retrieval information with precision, how to prevent the misinformation or even information overload these are requirements to develop abilities and competence to the librarians education especial to organize on-line information.
CT and MR Imaging in the Local Staging of Primary Malignant Musculoskeletal Neoplasms: Report of the Radiology Diagnostic Oncology Group. Radiology 1997; 202:237–246
Lynne S. Steinbach
Sarcoma , 1998, DOI: 10.1080/13577149878181
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National Identity: Belonging to a Cultural Group? Belonging to a Polity?
Monika Kirloskar-Steinbach
Journal for the Study of Religions and Ideologies , 2004,
Abstract: In this paper, I began by examining national identity understood as cultural belonging. I tried to show that this kind of belonging fails to give a justifiable account of the pluralistic reality found in modern states. I then proceeded to examine the idea of belonging to a polity. My claim is that this sense of belonging is more suitable for nation-states that have multicultural societies and consider this plurality as a vital part of their national identity. If the arguments presented here are convincing, we will have to stop thinking of national belonging as belonging to a cultural group, and pay more attention to belonging to a polity and all that that entails.
National Identity: Belonging to a Cultural Group? Belonging to a Polity
Monika Kirloskar-Steinbach
Journal for the Study of Religions and Ideologies , 2004,
Abstract: In this paper, I began by examining national identity understood as cultural belonging. I tried to show that this kind of belonging fails to give a justifiable account of the pluralistic reality found in modern states. I then proceeded to examine the idea of belonging to a polity. My claim is that this sense of belonging is more suitable for nation-states that have multicultural societies and consider this plurality as a vital part of their national identity. If the arguments presented here are convincing, we will have to stop thinking of national belonging as belonging to a cultural group, and pay more attention to belonging to a polity and all that that entails.
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