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  • The Global ETD Search service is a free service for researchers to find electronic theses and dissertations. This service is provided by the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations.
    Our metadata is collected from universities around the world. If you manage a university/consortium/country archive and want to be added, details can be found on the NDLTD website.
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Die "Terms of trade" und die Beschäftigung zur Frage der Wirkung von Nachfrage- und Kostenschwankungen, Wechselkursänderungen, Zöllen und Subventionen über den internationalen Preismechanismus auf die Beschäftigungslage im eigenen und fremden Wirtschaftsgebiet.

Scherrer, Peter, January 1956 (has links)
Inaug.-Diss.--Basel. / Bibliography: p. [154]-155.
2

A comparison of kindergarten programs and their effect on student success

Simurdiak, Elizabeth A. January 1998 (has links) (PDF)
Thesis--PlanB (M.S.)--University of Wisconsin--Stout, 1998. / Includes bibliographical references.
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Very small families generated by bounded and unbounded context-free languages

Salmi, T. (Tuukka) 04 November 2009 (has links)
Abstract In this thesis, we will study very small full trios and full AFLs inside the family of context-free languages. Especially, we are interested in the existence of the smallest nontrivial full trios and full AFLs. This is an old research subject, and it has not been studied much since the 1970s. A conjecture by Autebert et al. states that there does not exist a nontrivial minimal full trio inside the family of context-free languages (2) (see also (1)). First, we will show that there does not exist a nontrivial minimal full trio or a nontrivial minimal full AFL with respect to the bounded context-free languages. This result solves another old conjecture stated by Autebert et al. (1). Then we will try to generalize our result to also concern unbounded context-free languages. We will make some progress, but the problem still remains open.
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Full- Fee paying International Students at Murdoch University 1985 - 1991: A Policy Case Study

Cstrestrail@hotmail.com, Colin Trestrail January 2005 (has links)
In 1985 the Australian Government announced a momentous policy initiative allowing Australian universities to enrol full-fee paying international students for the first time. This case study is an analysis of the policy development that ensued at Murdoch University between 1985 and 1991as it responded to this opportunity to alleviate problems, with finance and low student numbers, that were threatening its very existence as an independent university. In particular, it examines the factors that had placed Murdoch in such a parlous situation, and the reasons why it was able to respond quickly and effectively so as to implement a highly successful and comprehensive program for the recruitment, enrolment and support of full-fee paying international students. The case study format allowed for the use of a wide range of data sources. Sources of documentary evidence included: formal written works about the events and concepts under investigation, newspapers and other media items, letters, memoranda, agendas and minutes of meetings, and other internal Murdoch University documents. In addition, archival materials such as annual reports, budgets and financial records were consulted. Verification and extension of the documentary and archival evidence was gained from interviews with past and present staff and students of Murdoch University who had been involved with the program. The study found that organisational changes initiated by successive Vice-Chancellors in the 1980s had replaced a slow and unresponsive, collegial style of decision-making, based on very wide consultation, with a more centralised, bureaucratic and market-oriented system. New, streamlined procedures, and the devolution of policy-development to small, semi-autonomous committees, enabled the University to rapidly develop policies and procedures for the inauguration of a program for full-fee paying international students in 1987. The continued success of the program, both in terms of enrolment numbers and financial returns, was found to be based on the creation and development of an almost independent, and entrepreneurial, International Office for the organisation of most aspects of the program, including the marketing and recruitment process.
5

Intensional infrastructure for collaborative mapping.

Mancilla, Blanca, Computer Science & Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, UNSW January 2004 (has links)
This thesis presents the Anita Conti Mapping Server, a Web interface and infrastructure for the creation and presentation of maps using an active, pervasive,multidimensional, global context. For each user, the context contains the parameterizations for every component of the system. In addition, parts of a user???s context may be shared with other users, so that the actions of one user directly affect the look, feel and content of another user???s system, thereby giving new meaning to the term collaborative computing. The mapping server consists of a Web interface, the GMT mapping tools, a database and the Omega typesetting system. Instead of the components being directly attached to each other through point-to-point communication, they are brought together by the context. This approach provides much more flexbility, since new components and new parameters can be more easily added to the overall system, with little or no change to the components already present. The whole infrastructure is built using intensional programming, a form of programming in which software entities are considered to be intensions (in the logical sense), i.e. mappings from contexts to ordinary entities, called extensions. The thesis presents a comprehensive overview of the development of intensional programming, and highlights its relevance for current work in the areas of electronic documents and distributed software configuration management. The mapping server is the most significant intensional application to date: it contains the most number of lines of intensional code ever written with the biggest context space implemented in a real, working system. The thesis focuses on the parameterization of the Web interface, the mapping engine and the generation of correctly typeset labels for maps to create a parameter space that accurately describes these components, and how this parameter space as a whole can be browsed by a user independently or as a member of a collaborative group. This thesis is just the beginning of a new way to look at mapping and proves that focusing on the context allows the creation of powerful extensible software.
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Intensional infrastructure for collaborative mapping.

Mancilla, Blanca, Computer Science & Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, UNSW January 2004 (has links)
This thesis presents the Anita Conti Mapping Server, a Web interface and infrastructure for the creation and presentation of maps using an active, pervasive,multidimensional, global context. For each user, the context contains the parameterizations for every component of the system. In addition, parts of a user???s context may be shared with other users, so that the actions of one user directly affect the look, feel and content of another user???s system, thereby giving new meaning to the term collaborative computing. The mapping server consists of a Web interface, the GMT mapping tools, a database and the Omega typesetting system. Instead of the components being directly attached to each other through point-to-point communication, they are brought together by the context. This approach provides much more flexbility, since new components and new parameters can be more easily added to the overall system, with little or no change to the components already present. The whole infrastructure is built using intensional programming, a form of programming in which software entities are considered to be intensions (in the logical sense), i.e. mappings from contexts to ordinary entities, called extensions. The thesis presents a comprehensive overview of the development of intensional programming, and highlights its relevance for current work in the areas of electronic documents and distributed software configuration management. The mapping server is the most significant intensional application to date: it contains the most number of lines of intensional code ever written with the biggest context space implemented in a real, working system. The thesis focuses on the parameterization of the Web interface, the mapping engine and the generation of correctly typeset labels for maps to create a parameter space that accurately describes these components, and how this parameter space as a whole can be browsed by a user independently or as a member of a collaborative group. This thesis is just the beginning of a new way to look at mapping and proves that focusing on the context allows the creation of powerful extensible software.
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Arbeitsbeschaffung und Wiederaufrüstung 1933-1936 nationalsozialistische Beschäftigungspolitik und Aufbau der Wehr- und Rüstungswirtschaft /

Stelzner, Jürgen, January 1976 (has links)
Thesis--Tübingen. / Vita. Includes bibliographical references (p. 273-300).
8

The effects of time on the achievement of kindergarten pupils /

Wenger, Eugene B. January 1978 (has links)
Thesis (Ph. D.)--Ohio State University, 1978. / Includes bibliographical references (leaves 191-197). Available online via OhioLINK's ETD Center.
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Arbeitsbeschaffung und Wiederaufrüstung 1933-1936 nationalsozialistische Beschäftigungspolitik und Aufbau der Wehr- und Rüstungswirtschaft /

Stelzner, Jürgen, January 1976 (has links)
Thesis--Tübingen. / Vita. Includes bibliographical references (p. 273-300).
10

A roadmap to full employment and price stability in developing countries the case of Tunisia /

Kaboub, Fadhel, Forstater, Mathew, January 2006 (has links)
Thesis (Ph. D.)--Dept. of Economics and Social Science Consortium. University of Missouri--Kansas City, 2006. / "A dissertation in economics and social science consortium." Advisor: Mathew Forstater. Typescript. Vita. Title from "catalog record" of the print edition Description based on contents viewed Oct. 31, 2007. Includes bibliographical references (leaves 223-241). Online version of the print edition.

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