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Locally finite nearness frames.Naidoo, Inderasan. January 1998 (has links)
The concept of a frame was introduced in the midsixties by Dowker and
Papert. Since then frames have been extensively studied by several authors,
including Banaschewski, Pultr and Baboolal to mention a few. The idea of a
nearness was first introduced by H. Herrlich in 1972 and that of a nearness
frame by Banaschewski in the late eighties. T. Dube made a fairly detailed
study of the latter concept.
The purpose of this thesis is to study the property of local finiteness and
metacompactness in the setting of nearness frames. J. W. Carlson studied
these ideas (including Lindelof and Pervin nearness structures) in the realm
of nearness spaces.
The first four chapters are a brief overview of frame theory culminating in
results concerning regular, completely regular, normal and compact frames.
In chapter five we provide the definitions for various nearness frames: Pervin,
Lindelof , Locally Finite and Metacompact to mention a few. A particular
locally finite nearness structure, denoted by µLF, is studied in detail. It
is defined to be the nearness structure on a regular frame L generated by
the family of all locally finite covers on the frame L. Also, a particular
metacompact nearness structure, denoted by µPF, is studied in detail. It is
defined to be the nearness structure on a regular frame L generated by the
family of all pointfinite covers of the frame L. Various theorems related the
above nearness frames and these nearness structures are obtained. / Thesis (M.Sc.)University of DurbanWestvile, 1998.

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Completion of uniform and metric frames.Murugan, Umesperan Goonaselan. January 1996 (has links)
The term "frame" was introduced by C H Dowker, who studied them in
a long series of joint papers with D Papert Strauss. J R Isbell , in a path breaking
paper [1972] pointed out the need to introduce separate terminology
for the opposite of the category of Frames and coined the term "locale". He
was the progenitor of the idea that the category of Locales is actually more
convenient in many ways than the category of Frames. In fact, this proves
to be the case in one of the approaches adopted in this thesis.
Sublocales (quotient frames) have been studied by several authors, notably
Dowker and Papert [1966] and Isbell [1972]. The term "sublocale" is due to
Isbell, who also used "part " to mean approximately the same thing. The use
of nuclei as a tool for studying sublocales (as is used in this thesis) and the
term "nucleus" itself was initiated by H Simmons [1978] and his student D
Macnab [1981].
Uniform spaces were introduced by Weil [1937]. Isbell [1958] studied algebras
of uniformly continuous functions on uniform spaces. In this thesis, we
introduce the concept of a uniform frame (locale) which has attracted much
interest recently and here too Isbell [1972] has some results of interest. The
notion of a metric frame was introduced by A Pultr [1984]. The main aim of
his paper [11] was to prove metrization theorems for pointless uniformities.
This thesis focuses on the construction of completions in Uniform Frames and
Metric Frames. Isbell [6] showed the existence of completions using a frame
of certain filters. We describe the completion of a frame L as a quotient of the
uniformly regular ideals of L, as expounded by Banaschewski and Pultr[3].
Then we give a substantially more elegant construction of the completion of a
uniform frame (locale) as a suitable quotient of the frame of all downsets of L.
This approach is attributable to Kriz[9]. Finally, we show that every metric
frame has a unique completion, as outlined by Banaschewski and Pultr[4].
In the main, this thesis is a standard exposition of known, but scattered
material.
Throughout the thesis, choice principles such as C.D.C (Countable Dependent
Choice) are used and generally without mention. The treatment of category
theory (which is used freely throughout this thesis) is not selfcontained.
Numbers in brackets refer to the bibliography at the end of the thesis. We
will use 0 to indicate the end of proofs of lemmas, theorems and propositions.
Chapter 1 covers some basic definitions on frames , which will be utilized in
subsequent chapters. We will verify whatever we need in an endeavour to
enhance clarity. We define the categories, Frm of frames and frame homomorphisms,
and Lac the category of locales and frame morphisms. Then we
explicate the adjoint situation that exists between Frm and Top , the category
of topological spaces and continuous functions. This is followed by
an introduction to the categories, RegFrm of all regular frames and frame
homomorphisms, and KRegFrm the category of compact regular frames and
their homomorphisms. We then present the proofs of two very important
lemmas in these categories. Finally, we define the compactification of and a
congruence on a frame.
In Chapter 2 we recall some basic definitions of covers, refinements and star
refinements of covers. We introduce the notion of a uniform frame and define
certain mappings (morphisms) between uniform frames (locales) . In the
terminology of Banaschewski and Kriz [9] we define a complete uniform
frame and the completion of a uniform frame.
The aim of Chapter 3 is twofold : first, to construct the compact regular
coreflection of uniform frames , that is, the frame counterpart of the Samuel
Compactification of uniform spaces [12] , and then to use it for a description
of the completion of a uniform frame as an alternative to that previously
given by Isbell[6].
The main purpose of Chapter 4 is to provide another description of uniform
completion in frames (locales), which is in fact even more straightforward
than the original topological construction. It simply consists of writing down
generators and defining relations. We provide a detailed examination of the
main result in this section, that is, a uniform frame L is complete of each
uniform embedding f : (M,UM) t (L,UL) is closed, where UM and UL
denote the uniformities on the frames M and L respectively.
Finally, in Chapter 5, we introduce the notions of a metric diameter and a
metric frame. Using the fact that every metric frame is a uniform frame and
hence has a uniform completion, we show that every metric frame L has a
unique completion : CL  L. / Thesis (M.Sc.)University of DurbanWestville, 1996.

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Causal action theories and satisfiability planning /Turner, Charles Hudson, January 1998 (has links)
Thesis (Ph. D.)University of Texas at Austin, 1998. / Vita. Includes bibliographical references (leaves 219232). Available also in a digital version from Dissertation Abstracts.

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From marketing to meaning : toward a reconceptualization of social marketing /Nathanson, Janice. January 2008 (has links)
Thesis (Ph.D.)York University, 2008. Graduate Programme in Communication and Culture. / Typescript. Includes bibliographical references (leaves 400427). Also available on the Internet. MODE OF ACCESS via web browser by entering the following URL: http://gateway.proquest.com/openurl?url_ver=Z39.882004&res_dat=xri:pqdiss&rft_val_fmt=info:ofi/fmt:kev:mtx:dissertation&rft_dat=xri:pqdiss:NR39042

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Framing theory and operation Iraqi freedom an analysis of news frames and the 2003 conflict in Iraq /Balasubramanian, Amal. January 2005 (has links)
Thesis (M.A.)University of MissouriColumbia, 2005. / The entire dissertation/thesis text is included in the research.pdf file; the official abstract appears in the short.pdf file (which also appears in the research.pdf); a nontechnical general description, or public abstract, appears in the public.pdf file. Title from title screen of research.pdf file viewed on (July 11, 2006) Includes bibliographical references.

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Securitization as a theory of media effects the contest over the framing of political violence /Vultee, Fred, January 2007 (has links)
Thesis (Ph. D.)University of MissouriColumbia, 2007. / The entire dissertation/thesis text is included in the research.pdf file; the official abstract appears in the short.pdf file (which also appears in the research.pdf); a nontechnical general description, or public abstract, appears in the public.pdf file. Title from title screen of research.pdf file (viewed on December 14, 2007) Vita. Includes bibliographical references.

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Separation and covering properties of framesKnudson, Kevin Patrick 08 April 2009 (has links)
We present the concept of a frame and the related notion of spatiality. We consider the classical separation axioms in the frame setting and relate these to frame covering properties. Finally, a determination of which covering properties and separation axioms imply spatiality of a frame is made. / Master of Science

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Frame modelling of dynammic ecosystemsQuadling, Mark Sherwood January 1992 (has links)
A dissertation submitted to the Faculty of Science, University of the
Witwatersrand, Johannesburg. in fulfilment of the requirements tor the degree
of Master of Science / This thesis develops the theoretical basis of the qualitative frame based modelling technique,
a paradigm recently proposed by Starfield for the modelling of ecosystems with a multiplicity
of stable states. This technique is a refinement of the Stateand Transition conceptual model
of Westoby et al which involves the division of the ecosystem dynamics into a catelog of
stable 'states' and a suite of transitions between these states. The frame models of Starfield
associate with each stable configuration of the ecosystem a qualitative rule based model for
the key processes in that stable configuration.
The aims of this thesis are the following,
1. A rigorous definition of frame modelling of dynamic ecosystems is proposed, and this
theoretical foundation is used to demonstrate that qualitative frame models may be used to
mode! dynamic ecosystems to an arbitrary accuracy.
2. The development of implementation software. A qualitative rule based frame modelling
environment is presented. and a specification for an improved environment is proposed based
on the theoretical work. / Andrew Chakane 2019

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