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Rhetoric across the Humanities: Aristotelian Rhetor-Ethics and the Forman Kinship of Art and Literature
Lasse Hodne
Nordlit : Tidsskrift i litteratur og kultur , 1999,
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Rhetoric across the Humanities: Aristotelian Rhetor-Ethics and the Forman Kinship of Art and Literature
Lasse Hodne
Nordlit : Tidsskrift i litteratur og kultur , 1999,
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Pseudodifferential operators on -modulation spaces
Lasse Borup
Journal of Function Spaces and Applications , 2004, DOI: 10.1155/2004/621924
Abstract: We study expansions of pseudodifferential operators from the Hörmander class in a special family of functions called brushlets. We prove that such operators have a sparse representation in a brushlet system. Using this sparsity, we show that a pseudodifferential operator extends to a bounded operator between α-modulation spaces. These spaces were introduced by Gröbner in [15]. They are, in some sense, intermediate spaces between the classical Besov and Modulation spaces.
The Price of Anarchy for Network Formation in an Adversary Model
Lasse Kliemann
Games , 2011, DOI: 10.3390/g2030302
Abstract: We study network formation with n players and link cost α > 0. After the network is built, an adversary randomly deletes one link according to a certain probability distribution. Cost for player? ν incorporates the expected number of players to which? ν will become disconnected. We focus on unilateral link formation and Nash equilibrium. We show existence of Nash equilibria and a price of stability of 1 + ο(1) under moderate assumptions on the adversary and n ≥ 9. We prove bounds on the price of anarchy for two special adversaries: one removes a link chosen uniformly at random, while the other removes a link that causes a maximum number of player pairs to be separated. We show an Ο(1) bound on the price of anarchy for both adversaries, the constant being bounded by 15 + ο(1) and 9 + ο(1), respectively.
Investigating negotiated treatment goals as a tool to facilitate collaboration between conventional and complementary practitioners in the treatment of people with Multiple Sclerosis
Lasse Skovgaard
International Journal of Integrated Care , 2011,
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Potentials and barriers in cooperation between conventional and complementary practitioners at a Danish Multiple Sclerosis Hospital
Lasse Skovgaard
International Journal of Integrated Care , 2011,
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A thermodynamic model of sliding friction
Lasse Makkonen
AIP Advances , 2012, DOI: 10.1063/1.3699027
Abstract: A first principles thermodynamic model of sliding friction is derived. The model predictions are in agreement with the observed friction laws both in macro- and nanoscale. When applied to calculating the friction coefficient the model provides a quantitative agreement with recent atomic force microscopy measurements on a number of materials.
El campoesino como concepto analítico
Lasse Krantz
Nueva antropología , 1977,
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Neo-liberal Governing of “Radicals”: Danish Radicalization Prevention Policies and Potential Iatrogenic Effects
Lasse Lindekilde
International Journal of Conflict and Violence , 2012,
Abstract: The Danish government’s counter-radicalization Action Plan of 2009 had intended and unintended effects. Primarily targeting Danish Muslims, it employs neoliberal governmentality approaches of governance through individual support and response, information and knowledge, empowerment, surveillance and intervention, and anti-discrimination. It aims to prevent radicalization by transforming, shaping, and disciplining illiberal and violence-prone “radicals” into active, liberal citizens. Prolonged fieldwork and in-depth interviews with seventeen Muslims from a targeted milieu reveal skepticism about the effectiveness of the measures. Implementation of the action plan in practice may yield iatrogenic effects.
Spatio-Temporal Environmental Correlation and Population Variability in Simple Metacommunities
Lasse Ruokolainen
PLOS ONE , 2013, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0072325
Abstract: Natural populations experience environmental conditions that vary across space and over time. This variation is often correlated between localities depending on the geographical separation between them, and different species can respond to local environmental fluctuations similarly or differently, depending on their adaptation. How this emerging structure in environmental correlation (between-patches and between-species) affects spatial community dynamics is an open question. This paper aims at a general understanding of the interactions between the environmental correlation structure and population dynamics in spatial networks of local communities (metacommunities), by studying simple two-patch, two-species systems. Three different pairs of interspecific interactions are considered: competition, consumer–resource interaction, and host–parasitoid interaction. While the results paint a relatively complex picture of the effect of environmental correlation, the interaction between environmental forcing, dispersal, and local interactions can be understood via two mechanisms. While increasing between-patch environmental correlation couples immigration and local densities (destabilising effect), the coupling between local populations under increased between-species environmental correlation can either amplify or dampen population fluctuations, depending on the patterns in density dependence. This work provides a unifying framework for modelling stochastic metacommunities, and forms a foundation for a better understanding of population responses to environmental fluctuations in natural systems.
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