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    • Al-Zoubi, N.; Lu, S.; Kokko, K.; Nurmi, E.; Johansson, B.; Vitos, L.; Ropo, M.; Punkkinen, M.P.J.; Zhang, H.L.; Vitos, L.; Zhang, H.L.; Lu, S.; Al-Zoubi, N.; Johansson, B.; Nurmi, E.; Ropo, M.; J. Punkkinen, M. P.; Kokko, K. (2011)
      Accurate description of materials requires the most advanced atomic-scale techniques from both experimental and theoretical areas. In spite of the vast number of available techniques, however, the experimental study of ...
    • Štiks, Igor (2015)
      Chapter 1 shows the historical trajectory of the idea that South Slavs as linguistic and cultural ‘brothers’ should form a single nation and establish their own national state. The state came into being after the First ...
    • Andersen Funder, Lærke Maria; Myrup Kristensen, Troels; Nørskov, Vinnie (2019)
      This book examines how different agents and institutions within the Danish nation state have situated themselves within this complex landscape of competing appropriations of classical antiquity from the eighteenth century ...
    • Karlsson, Christer; Gustavsson, Sverker; Persson, Thomas (2009)
      Do EU citizens have real opportunities to hold decision-makers accountable, or does the current institutional set-up in the Union merely create an illusion of accountability? That is the central question of this volume. ...
    • Rastellini, Fernando; Martínez, Xavier; Oller, Sergio (2014)
      This chapter presents the theory of series-parallel mixtures. This is a formulation for the simulation of the mechanical behavior of composite materials, which allows to obtain the non-linear behavior of the same from the ...
    • Marquilhas, Rita; Hendrickx, Iris; Martins, Ana Maria; Carrilho, Ernestina (2016)
      This handbook provides a general yet detailed account of the current research in Portuguese linguistics by combining overview chapters and in-depth analyses of selected topics. It integrates diachronic and synchronic, ...
    • Selchow, Sabine (2015)
      If we look at the contemporary academic discourse of political studies in gen- eral and the scholarship on international relations in particular, we notice that many analysts start on the basis that there is something ‘new’ ...
    • Štiks, Igor (2015)
      The final chapter brings to the scene the European Union whose influence in shaping the post-Yugoslav citizenship regimes and the lives of their citizens is highly significant. Today the region is divided into the EU members ...
    • Eierhoff, Thorsten; Stechmann, Bahne; Römer, Winfried (2012)
      Humans have been exposed to a plethora of pathogens (bacteria, viruses) ever since. Infectious diseases are among the leading causes of death worldwide. For example, in 2011, 1.34 million people died of tuberculosis, which ...
    • Nallim, Liz; H. Barbat, Alex; Carlos Vielma, Juan; Molina, Maritzabel; Martínez, Xavier; Oller, Sergio (2014)
      This chapter presents a procedure to assess the magnitude of the damage local and global damage in structures subjected to static and dynamic actions, with special emphasis on the seismic problem. In addition to the ...
    • Ponseca, Carlito S. (2016)
      This chapter presents the fate of the charge carriers from the moment of its photogeneration in the perovskite to injection and transport into electrodes. Time-resolved electrical measurement techniques, terahertz (THz) ...
    • Prokofiev, Andrey; Paschen, Silke (2012)
      Strongly correlated electron systems are among the most active research topics in modern condensed matter physics. In strongly correlated materials the electron interaction energies dominate the electron kinetic energy ...
    • Timme Kragh, Ulrich; Rüsen, Jörn; Huang, Chun-chieh (2015)
      The article critically analyzes the characterization of Asian traditions as 'humanism' as presented in the writings by three Chinese historians.
    • Pinchasov-Grinblat, Yulia; Dubinsky, Zvy (2013)
      The photoacoustic method allows direct determination of the energy-storage efficiency of photosynthesis by relating the energy stored by it to the total light energy absorbed by the plant material (Canaani et al., 1988; ...
    • Baranova, Julija; Enfield, N.J.; S. Gísladóttir, Rósa; Drew, Paul; Hoymann, Gertie; Brown, Penelope; Blythe, Joe; Gipper, Sonja; Magyari, Lilla; Manrique, Elizabeth; Rossi, Giovanni; Floyd, Simeon; Dingemanse, Mark; Torreira, Francisco; H. Kendrick, Kobin; Dirksmeyer, Tyko; C. Levinson, Stephen; San Roque, Lila; Enfield, N.J.; Dingemanse, Mark; Baranova, Julija; S. Gísladóttir, Rósa; Drew, Paul; Hoymann, Gertie; Brown, Penelope; Blythe, Joe; Gipper, Sonja; Magyari, Lilla; Manrique, Elizabeth; Rossi, Giovanni; Floyd, Simeon; Torreira, Francisco; H. Kendrick, Kobin; Dirksmeyer, Tyko; C. Levinson, Stephen; San Roque, Lila (2013)
      Introduction A comparison of conversation in twenty-one languages from around the world reveals commonalities and differences in the way that people do open-class other-initiation of repair (Schegloff, Jefferson, and Sacks, ...
    • Barðdal, Jóhanna; Malchukov, Andrej; Comrie, Bernard (2015)
      The present chapter gives an overview of valency classes in Icelandic and the most common, noticeable, or productive alternations found in the language. The over-view is based on my own native-speaker knowledge of the ...
    • Borges, Robert; Muysken, Pieter; Villerius, Sophie; Yakpo, Kofi (2017)
      This chapter deals with tense, mood, and aspect (TMA) marking in the languages of Suriname, focusing on the stability of forms, meanings, and structural pat-terns. Despite its prominent position in the creolization debate ...
    • Kovács, Ágnes Melinda; Nicoladis, Elena; Montanari, Simona (2016)
      Exposure to multiple languages is a very common phenomenon even during early childhood. Although learning just one language is a major accomplishment in itself, the challenge for infants born in multilingual environments ...
    • Tago, J.; Cruz-Atienza, V.; Chaljub, E.; Brossier, R.; Coutant, O.; Garambois, S.; Prieux, V.; Operto, S.; Mercerat, D.; Virieux, J.; Ribodetti, A. (2012)
      The Earth is an heterogeneous complex media from the mineral composition scale (10−6m) to the global scale ( 106m). The reconstruction of its structure is a quite challenging problem because sampling methodologies are ...
    • Jordan, Bénédicte F.; Sonveaux, Pierre (2011)
      Hypoxia, a partial pressure of oxygen (pO2) below physiological needs, is a limiting factor affecting the efficiency of radiotherapy. Indeed, the reaction of reactive oxygen species (ROS, produced by water radiolysis) ...