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MOTIVOS DE FLORES EN KEROS COLONIALES: IMAGEN Y SIGNIFICADO
Mulvany,Eleonora;
Chungará (Arica) , 2004, DOI: 10.4067/S0717-73562004000200013
Abstract: this study presents the results of an analysis of the floral motif found on colonial keros. in the paper, i note a semantic similarity between the motifs observed on keros and unkus (male tunics) of this period. ethnobotanical and ethnohistorical data indicate that the same flowers represented on these objects were utilized in various ritual acts linked to social organization. a possible relationship between the ritual calendar and the growing cycle of these plants is also suggested. i conclude that the flowers depicted on the colonial keros were polisemic metaphors associated with concepts of order and mediation
Control estatal y economías regionales
Mulvany,Eleonora;
Cuadernos de la Facultad de Humanidades y Ciencias Sociales. Universidad Nacional de Jujuy , 2003,
Abstract: in this paper we present an interpretation of the results of the study of the relation of inca state with local societies in the lerma region, province of salta, republic argentina. we are trying to find out new explicative ways, through the resistance and dominance and the agree concepts. we consider that the relation inca state-local societies it is a very complex process of opposition, with a reorganization of the ethnic social, economic and politic organization. the study of the archaeological context in the south and north of the lerma region suggest that the state system did implement strategies for the control of the mit'a with a disarticulation of the change nets goods, in relation to the social, political and economic organization and the different resistance grade of the local groups.
El marco legal del patrimonio cultural en la provincia de Salta
Mulvany,Eleonora;
Cuadernos de la Facultad de Humanidades y Ciencias Sociales. Universidad Nacional de Jujuy , 2002,
Abstract: in this paper are presented the results obtained in the study of the salta′s province law 6649. at present, this law is the business of cultural patrimony protection and inclose articles about archaeological goods.
MOTIVOS DE FLORES EN KEROS COLONIALES: IMAGEN Y SIGNIFICADO THE FLORAL MOTIF IN COLONIAL KEROS: IMAGES AND MEANING
Eleonora Mulvany
Chungará (Arica) - Revista de Antropología Chilena , 2004,
Abstract: Presentamos los resultados de un estudio de los motivos de flores en los keros coloniales. En nuestro estudio proponemos una similitud semántica entre los motivos de keros y unkus de este período. Basándonos en estudios etnobotánicos y etnohistóricos encontramos que las flores fueron incorporadas en diferentes actos rituales vinculados a la organización social. En nuestro análisis postulamos vinculaciones entre el calendario ritual y el calendario floral. Proponemos que las flores en los keros coloniales son metáforas polisémicas, relacionadas con conceptos significativos de mediación y orden This study presents the results of an analysis of the floral motif found on colonial keros. In the paper, I note a semantic similarity between the motifs observed on keros and unkus (male tunics) of this period. Ethnobotanical and ethnohistorical data indicate that the same flowers represented on these objects were utilized in various ritual acts linked to social organization. A possible relationship between the ritual calendar and the growing cycle of these plants is also suggested. I conclude that the flowers depicted on the colonial keros were polisemic metaphors associated with concepts of order and mediation
El patrimonio arqueológico frente a las obras de trazado lineal: Caso gasoducto y CTCC Salta Termoandes S.A. (Cobos, Gral. Guemes, Salta)
Soria,Silvia; Vitry,Christian; Santoni,Mirta; Mulvany,Eleonora; Viveros,Federico; Mercado,Antonio; Mamaní,Mabel;
Cuadernos de la Facultad de Humanidades y Ciencias Sociales. Universidad Nacional de Jujuy , 2002,
Abstract: in the process of the construction of the salta termoandes thermoelectrical power station s.a. and its feeding gas pipe, we participate in one of the instances of the environmental impact studies and in an archaeological rescue. as a consequence of this experience, we present the results obtained, which include methodological aspects and the interpretation of the archaeological record localized and rescued. we, as professionals, should cover the necessities of the management of our archaeological heritage. in this direction, we should make an effort to adequate theory, methodology and technology in the solution of practical problems involved in all the stages of the e.i.s. we suggest the formation, in an academic level, of specialists who could develop both basic research and managment of archaeological resources.
Book Review: Gary Dorrien. Economy, Difference, Empire: Social Ethics for Social Justice. New York: Columbia University Press. 2010.
Aaron Mulvany
Journal of International and Global Studies , 2012,
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Book Review: Dennis B. McGilvray and Michelle R. Gamburd, (Eds.). Tsunami Recovery in Sri Lanka: Ethnic and Regional Dimensions. London: Routledge. 2010.
Aaron Mulvany
Journal of International and Global Studies , 2012,
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Breast Cancer Research – the first ten years
Frances Mulvany, Bruce AJ Ponder
Breast Cancer Research , 2008, DOI: 10.1186/bcr1873
Abstract: Breast Cancer Research is committed to open access publication of research articles, and remains the only journal in the breast cancer field dedicated to open access. Open access means research is universally and freely available via the Internet. Authors retain their own copyright, allowing them to grant any third party the right to use, reproduce and disseminate the article. Open access has broad benefits both for scientists and the general public. Anyone with an Internet connection is able to read the research for free without having to rely on access to a library with a subscription. For example, the 2006 paper by Scutt et al. [2] received wide coverage [3] and was instantly available for any interested patients or clinicians – something that is much more difficult for articles published in subscription based journals.Over the last ten years, there have been massive leaps forward in open access publishing. Many more journals now offer open access options, and there is more support for this publishing model within the scientific community. In particular, many funders now advocate open access by making it a condition of funding that a version of the accepted article is made available in a public repository such as PubMed Central. A recent exciting development has been the announcement of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Public Access Policy [4], which comes into place in April this year.Open access allows our research to be accessible to a vast potential audience, with over 80,000 articles downloaded from our website every month. Indeed, our most highly accessed article from Arpino and colleagues [5] has been downloaded over 35,000 times since publication. Our highly visible research is complemented by educational reviews and timely opinion pieces. The type of articles published has changed over the years, expanding in 2003 to encompass endocrinology [6], and adding new sections such as clinical trial updates [7].Breast Cancer Research has always aimed to m
Dale’s Principle Is Necessary for an Optimal Neuronal Network’s Dynamics  [PDF]
Eleonora Catsigeras
Applied Mathematics (AM) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/am.2013.410A2002
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We study a mathematical model of biological neuronal networks composed by any finite number N ≥ 2 of non-necessarily identical cells. The model is a deterministic dynamical system governed by finite-dimensional impulsive differential equations. The statical structure of the network is described by a directed and weighted graph whose nodes are certain subsets of neurons, and whose edges are the groups of synaptical connections among those subsets. First, we prove that among all the possible networks such as their respective graphs are mutually isomorphic, there exists a dynamical optimum. This optimal network exhibits the richest dynamics: namely, it is capable to show the most diverse set of responses (i.e. orbits in the future) under external stimulus or signals. Second, we prove that all the neurons of a dynamically optimal neuronal network necessarily satisfy Dale’s Principle, i.e. each neuron must be either excitatory or inhibitory, but not mixed. So, Dale’s Principle is a mathematical necessary consequence of a theoretic optimization process of the dynamics of the network. Finally, we prove that Dale’s Principle is not sufficient for the dynamical optimization of the network.

Oscillating Statistics of Transitive Dynamics  [PDF]
Eleonora Catsigeras
Advances in Pure Mathematics (APM) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/apm.2015.59049
Abstract: We prove that topologically generic orbits of C0 , transitive and non-uniquely ergodic dynamical systems, exhibit an extremely oscillating asymptotical statistics. Precisely, the minimum weak* compact set of invariant probabilities that describes the asymptotical statistics of each orbit of a residual set contains all the ergodic probabilities. If besides f is ergodic with respect to the Lebesgue measure, then also Lebesgue-almost all the orbits exhibit that kind of extremely oscillating statistics.
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