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Social och emotionell träning i en skola för tidigare år :  En undersökning av metoden SETAndersson, Anette January 2010 (has links)
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Social och emotionell träning i en skola för tidigare år :  En undersökning av metoden SETAndersson, Anette January 2010 (has links)
No description available.

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Complete extensions of ordered setsBallinger, Bruce T. (Bruce Thomas) January 1969 (has links)
No description available.

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APPROXIMATING REACHABLE SETS FOR A CLASS OF LINEAR SYSTEMS SUBJECT TO BOUNDED CONTROL.GAYEK, JONATHAN EDWARD. January 1984 (has links)
A method is proposed for approximating the reachable set from the origin for a class of n first order linear ordinary differential equations subject to bounded control. The technique involves decoupling the system equations into 1 and 2dimensional linear subsystems, and then finding the reachable set of each of the subsystems. Having obtained bounds on each of the decoupled state variables, a ndimensional parallelpiped is constructed which contains the reachable set from the origin for the original system. Several illustrative examples are presented for the case where the control is a scalar. The technique is also compared to a Lyapunov approach of approximating the reachable set in a simple 2dimensional example.

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On some definitions of a finite setGutteridge, Lance January 1969 (has links)
Six definitions of a finite set are studied; and each implication between the definitions is shown to be either derivable from the ZermeloFraenkel axioms or independent
of them. The method of Booleanvalued models, as studied by D. Scott, is used to show that it is consistent with the ZermeloFraenkel axioms to deny some of these implications by constructing appropriate models.
The six definitions are shown to satisfy a list of properties which a definition of finite should reasonably possess. It is also shown that any definition which satisfies these properties must encompass a larger class of sets than the first definition and a smaller class than the sixth.
Three more definitions, which do not possess these properties, are mentioned, and the differences between these definitions and the first six are discussed. / Science, Faculty of / Mathematics, Department of / Graduate

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Souslin's conjecture and some equivalencesDaniel, Ian Alistair January 1971 (has links)
This thesis deals with some equivalences to Soulin's hypothesis.
Also included is a consequence of its negation, the existence of a normal Hausdorff space which is not countably paracompact. Two equivalences to Souslin's hypothesis can be obtained by considering the countable chain condition in the product with itself of an ordered continuum and by considering Peano maps on ordered continua. An equivalence to a negative answer is the existence of a tree of cardinality, [formula omitted] ₁, in which every chain and
antichain (set of pairwise incomparable objects) is countable. Another equivalence to Souslin's hypothesis is obtained by assuming that a continuum which is the continuous image of an ordered continuum is metrizable if and only if it has the countable chain condition. We get yet another by assuming that a compactum which is the continuous image of an ordered compactum is separable if and only if it has the countable chain condition. Finally, if we restrict ourselves to compacta of the type just mentioned we find that Souslin's hypothesis is equivalent to a generalization of a metrization theorem of S. Mardeśic. / Science, Faculty of / Mathematics, Department of / Graduate

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BEHIND THE CURTAIN: A SCENIC DESIGN OF RUPERT HOLMES' CURTAINSHughes, Mary Katherine 01 May 2015 (has links)
AN ABSTRACT OF THE THESIS OF Mary Katherine Hughes, for the Masters of Fine Art degree in Theater, presented on March 30, 2015, at Southern Illinois University Carbondale. TITLE: BEHIND THE CURTAIN: A SCENIC DESIGN OF RUPERT HOLMES' CURTAINS MAJOR PROFESSOR: Wendi Zea This paper covers the design and production process of the musical Curtains as produced by Southern Illinois University in October of 2014. Chapter One is an initial analysis of the play and design goals. Chapter Two is a description of the design processes and incarnations of the play over the course of several months. Chapter Three is a description of the build process for the production. Chapter Four is an analysis of the entire design and build process and its factors with a conclusion based on this analysis. The subsequent appendices contain additional charts and images of and for the design and build processes.

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CONNECTED PACKINGS OF COMPACT SETSCarlstedt, Linda Marie, 1941 January 1968 (has links)
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Some results of abstract set theoryUnknown Date (has links)
"The purpose of this paper is to present some of the elementary results of abstract set theory. This will include the definition of an 'order' relation for cardinal numbers, and a discussion of whether or not this definition defines a simple ordering of the cardinals. Although we will not answer this question fully, in the course of the discussion a key theorem (the Bernstein Theorem) will arise. The remainder of the paper will be devoted to a discussion of this theorem, its proof, a generalization due to Banach, a discussion of this proof, and a generalization of Banach's Theorem by Ky Fan"Introduction. / Typescript. / "February, 1958." / "Submitted to the Graduate Council of Florida State University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science." / Advisor: Paul J. McCarthy, Professor Directing Paper. / Includes bibliographical references (leaf 25).

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Isolation & Obsession: Surrealism Unfolding in the Victorian World  A Set Design for Yellow Wallpaper: A Set Design for Yellow WallpaperJanuary 2020 (has links)
archives@tulane.edu / 1 / Elizabeth Primes

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