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Field Theory:     more books (100)
1. Evans Equations of Unified Field Theory by Laurence, G Felker, 2007-08-08
2. A Story Of Light: A Short Introduction To Quantum Field Theory Of Quarks And Leptons by M. Y. Han, 2004-12-31

CREP is designed to deal with categories whose morphism spaces are finitedimensional over a field k. The main example of a category with this property is the category of finite-dimensional representations of an associative unital k-algebra.
http://www.mathematik.uni-bielefeld.de/~sek/crep.html
##### CREP 1.3
Introduction History and Future Abilities and Structure Examples ... Links
##### Introduction
CREP is designed to deal with categories whose morphism spaces are finite-dimensional over a field k . The main example of a category with this property is the category of finite-dimensional representations of an associative unital k -algebra. For many applications even the algebra itself may be assumed to be of finite dimension over k . Popular examples for algebras of this kind are the group algebras for finite groups or the finite-dimensional factor algebras of polynomial algebras. If one wants to approach categories with finite-dimensional morphism spaces, the language of quivers is an appropriate way. Recall that quiver is a shorthand for directed graph with possibly multiple edges and loops. This is a purely combinatorial object inviting to computational access. The aim of CREP is to provide algorithms using this access for research and teaching. The system is being designed along the lines of current research. On the other hand, there are many basic functions and, in particular. graphical interfaces which are instructive and useful for students and neophytes. The code of CREP is freely available. People are invited to contribute.

Chair of Operational Research South East (ROSE). The operational research group of EPFL deals with graph theory, evolutive algorithms, arc routine problems, scheduling, algorithmics, neural networks and other problems in the field of operational research.
http://dmawww.epfl.ch/rose.mosaic/start.html
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143. Theoretical Computer Science At The University Of Limburg
Major field of research is database theory with a focus on query languages and use of the methods of mathematical logic.
http://www.luc.ac.be/theocomp/
##### People
Former members (Older pictures) from left to right: Dirk Leinders, Bart Kuijpers, Frank Neven (in front), Stijn Vansummeren (at the back), Marc Gyssens, Wim Martens, Sofie Haesevoets, Jan Van den Bussche, Geert Jan Bex
##### Software Prototypes
Frank Neven and Jan Van den Bussche present their research on attribute grammars to the inventor of attribute grammars, Donald Knuth.
##### Seminars
Overview of the group's lunch-time seminars at the LUC
University of Limburg (LUC)
Department WNI, Building D

144. Erice Summer School - 39th Course - Microresonators As Building Blocks For VLSI
The scope of the course is to provide state of the art information in the field of advanced devices for photonics and optical communication. The course focuses on the theory and application of optical microresonators for wavelength selection and routing, for switching and for highspeed modulation.
http://w3.uniroma1.it/cattedra_michelotti/erice-39.htm
##### 39th Course
and
Dipartimento di Energetica
##### 18th-25th October 2003
Italian Society of Optics and Photonics
(SIOF)
European Commission

European Research Office (ERO)
##### Directors of the Course
Mario Bertolotti Alfred Driessen Francesco Michelotti
UniversitÃ  di Roma "La Sapienza" University of Twente UniversitÃ  di Roma "La Sapienza"
##### Lecturers
R.Baets, Ghent University - IMEC, Belgium
N.Baker, Nortel Networks, London, UK
M.Bertolotti, UniversitÃ  degli studi di Roma "La Sapienza", Italy
J.Ctyroky, Academy of Sciences, Prague, Czech Republic
L.Dalton, Washington University , Seattle, WA, USA R.De La Rue, University of Glasgow, UK M.Diemeer, MESA+ Research Institute, Twente, The Netherlands A.Driessen, MESA+ Research Institute, Twente, The Netherlands A.Fiore, Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne, Lausanne, Switzerland R.Grover, University of Maryland, College Park, MD, USA

145. The Journal Of Nervous And Mental Disease - Home
The world's oldest independent scientific monthly in the field of human behavior. Articles cover theory, etiology, therapy, and research methods. Table of contents, author guidelines, and subscription information.
http://www.jonmd.com

146. Physics
The site is written in the style of a good text book, presenting every step and allowing a student to follow it through, understand it and know if it is right or not. My theory says that the gravitational field has origin in annulations of the electromagnetic field, i.e. that electromagnetic fields transmute to gravitational one.
http://www.andrijar.com/physics.htm
 Andrija Radovic Physics Pages On the page I would try to show my contributions to physics, clear thinking and simply explanations of many physical phenomenas: Derivation of Special theory of relativity Derivation of Maxwell equations and their corrections Formula of light Non-linear Doppler effect that includes acceleration - and published version CHERENKOV'S PARTICLES AS MAGNETONS Cherenkov formula derived by Autodynamics Formula of gravitational waves ... Discussion about the right way of obtaining the true electromagnetic equations - where is done the mistake? Derivation of basic gyroscope formula. The item is motivated by a huge amount of various antigravity devices based on gyroscopic effect around the web. I expect that it will reduce such wasting of time and effort of their inventers. Perheps they would be redirected into right way!? Simetrical twins' paradox shows that the information is relative too, or the concept of relative time is wrong. The goal of all these articles are to keep things simply and clearly without involving the tensors and integrals. These things has been involved only where it is completely necessary. A Few Words About this Page The items on the web page have intention to affirm my theory directly and indirectly, too. My theory says that the gravitational field has origin in annulations of the electromagnetic field, i.e. that electromagnetic fields transmute to gravitational one.

147. Preventive Medicine
Devoted to international practice and theory, with authoritative contributions to the field of preventive medicine and public health. Online access requires a subscription.
http://www.elsevier.com/locate/issn/0091-7435
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University of Pisa. Algebraic number theory ideal class groups for cyclotomic fields, and Ktheory of the rings of integers of an abelian number field.
http://www.dm.unipi.it/pages/cornac/public_html/cornacchia.html
I am a graduate student in Mathematics at University of Pisa. I like traveling, the mountains and riding my motorbike. My field of interest is Algebraic Number Theory. In particular, I am interested in the structure of the ideal class groups for cyclotomic fields, and the K-theory of the rings of integers of an abelian number field.
##### Works:
• The parity of the class number of the cyclotomic fields of prime conductor Proceedings of the AMS, (1997) n. 11, 3163-3168. Anderson's module for cyclotomic fields of prime conductor, Journal of Number Theory. Fitting ideals of class groups in a p extension, submitted. The 2-ideal class groups of Q submitted. Fitting ideals of class groups of real fields , with Cornelius Greither, submitted. Fitting ideals for e'tale and algebraic K-gropus of number rings , with Paul Arne Ostvaer, in preparation.
If you want to contact me, feel free to drop me a

149. Henri LIFCHITZ's Mersenne And Fermat Primes Field
Henri Lifchitz's single general form contains the main remarkable numbers of number theory.
http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/hlifchitz/Henri/us/MersFermus.htm
##### Mersenne and Fermat primes field
Let NMF(b,p,n)= (b^ (p^(n+1)) -1)/(b^ (p^n)
These numbers contain under the single general form the main remarkable numbers of number theory.Indeed, we obtains :
- for b=2 and n=0 those are Mersenne's numbers
- for b=+/-2 et p=2 those are Fermat's numbers
- for b even and p=2 those are Generalized Fermat
repunits
base b. These numbers can be considered as Generalized Mersenne , they can be prime only if p is prime.
rep.base-1 . These numbers can also be considered as Generalized Mersenne , with the same property for p.
- for p=3 we obtain numbers of the form (b 3^n -1)b 3^n which we can name Generalized Mersenne-Fermat in particular for the combined form of their divisors n+1 A general form of the divisors of these numbers will be noted of more : n+1 . We find again 2kp+1 for Mersenne's numbers and k2 n+2 +1 for Fermat's numbers.
For n=1 and p=m not necessarily prime we find also (b m +/-1)b m (see New forms of primes ), but the form of the divisors is more complex generally. The table below summarizes the organization and the specificities of these numbers : Divisors Generalized M ersenne (rep. base-1)

150. Review Of Research - LIBR 250
Summarizes the proceedings of two major conferences, the Treasure Mountain Research Retreat VI and the International Association School Librarianship conference. In addition, the authors look at the entire history of information literacy and bring together the theory development, the research, and practice in school libraries since the late 1980s. Written by David V. Loertscher and Blanche Woolls.
http://witloof.sjsu.edu/courses/250.loertscher/modelloer.html
The Information Literacy Movement
of the School Library Media Field:
a Preliminary Summary of the Research David V. Loertscher
Professor, School of Library and Information Science
San Jose State University, San Jose, California, USA
DavidL@wahoo.sjsu.edu

Blanche Woolls
Director, School of Library and Information Science
San Jose State University, San Jose, California, USA
Bwoolls@wahoo.sjsu.edu
##### Abstract
The authors summarize the proceedings of two major conferences, the Treasure Mountain Research Retreat VI and the International Association School Librarianship conference. In addition, the authors look at the entire history of information literacy and bring together the theory development, the research, and practice in school libraries since the late 1980s. Information literacy and critical thinking ideas from the fields of education, cognitive psychology and educational technology have been included.
##### Introduction
Two major events happened in 1997 that caused the authors to propose a review of the research on information literacy. The first was the Treasure Mountain Research Retreat VI conference in Portland, Oregon in April and the International Association of School Librarianship conference in Vancouver, British Columbia in July. Both conferences centered on progress in research about information literacy and both had full conference proceedings. The time seemed right for a full review since it had been three full years since Christina Doyle had published her review of information literacy and much research and progress had been made since her publication.

 151. New Unified Theory Of Fields And Matter A revolutionary theory has been proposed by N. A. Liashko that represents a new view of physics.http://www.geocities.com/atomofnature/page1_e.html

152. Sixth Great Lakes K-theory Conference
Fields Institute, Toronto, Canada; 2526 March 2000.
http://www.math.uwo.ca/GL6.html
##### Third Announcement GL6: The Sixth Great Lakes K-theory Conference
Fields Institute
March 25-26, 2000
The sixth Great Lakes K-theory Conference will be held at the Fields Institute in Toronto. The following mathematicians have agreed to speak at this meeting: P. Balmer (Western Ontario)
T. Goodwillie (Brown)
L. Hesselholt (MIT)
A. Merkurjev (UCLA)
M. Rost (IAS)
V. Voevodsky (IAS) M. Walker (Nebraska) March 25-26 is a Saturday-Sunday. The conference will begin at 9:00am on the Saturday and finish by 1:00pm on Sunday. Here is a Schedule of Lectures A block of rooms for the conference has been booked at the Toronto Colony Hotel for the evenings of March 24-25. Consult this page for more information: Travel and Hotel Information . All conference participants should make their own hotel reservations. This conference is supported by the Fields Institute and NSERC. The organizers for this meeting are: Rick Jardine jardine@uwo.ca Manfred Kolster kolster@mcmaster.ca Dan Grayson dan@math.uiuc.edu

153. EServer: Cultural Studies And Critical Theory
Cultural studies draws from the fields of anthropology, sociology, gender studies, feminism, literary criticism, history and psychoanalysis in order to discuss contemporary texts and cultural practices.
http://eserver.org/theory/
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154. Classical And Quantum Gravity
(IOP) A journal for physicists, mathematicians and cosmologists working in the fields of gravitation and the theory of spacetime. Free contents and abstracts, full text to subscribers.
http://www.iop.org/journals/cqg
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155. New Directions In Probability Theory Workshop
Fields Institute, Toronto, Canada; 67 August 2004.
http://www.imstat.org/meetings/NDPT/default.htm
##### Registration
The meeting, New Directions in Probability Theory, will take place on August 6-7, 2004; it is co-sponsored by the Institute of Mathematical Statistics (IMS) and the Fields Institute for Research in Mathematical Sciences . The meeting immediately precedes the Joint Statistical Meetings of August 8-12 (co-sponsored by ASA, IMS, ENAR, WNAR, SSC). It will take place on Friday/Saturday and will be held at the Fields Institute. The meeting consists of five sessions and four one-hour lectures, of which two are IMS Medallion Lectures. It is intended for a general probability audience interested in recent developments in probability theory. The topics of the session are Self-Avoiding Walk, Random Matrices, Random Media, Superprocesses, and Markov Chains with Algorithms. There will be no registration fee for the meeting. However, space at the Fields Institute is limited, and so early registration is recommended.

156. Ninth Great Lakes K-theory Conference
Moved from Fields Institute, Toronto to Northwestern University, Evanston, IL, USA; 23 May 2003.
http://www.math.uwo.ca/GL9.html
##### GL9: The Ninth Great Lakes K-theory Conference
Department of Mathematics
Northwestern University
May 2-3, 2003
PLEASE NOTE: This meeting has been moved from the Fields Institute (in Toronto) to Northwestern University. The following mathematicians have agreed to speak at this meeting: S. Bloch (Chicago)
T. Geisser (USC)
D. Grayson (Urbana-Champaign)
B. Kahn (Paris VII)
A. Rosenschon (Duke)
B. Williams (Notre Dame)
May 2-3 a Friday-Saturday. The conference will begin at 3:00pm on the Friday and finish by 4:00pm on Saturday. Here is a tentative Schedule of Lectures A block of rooms for the conference has been booked at The Homestead Inn (1625 Hinman Ave., Evanston, 847-475-3300) for the evenings of May 2-3. Conference participants should make their own hotel reservations. Northwestern University maintains a comprehensive web page listing of hotels in the area . The Hilton and the Omni are two upscale hotels in the area charging roughly \$100 each, and the Omni is quite close to the campus. The organizers for this meeting are: Rick Jardine jardine@uwo.ca

157. Index
A new theopry on the nature of light which puts forward interesting explanations for the nature of light , electric and magnetic fields and the reason for the speed of light being constant
http://www.geocities.com/natureoflight
 A new theory on the nature of light and an introduction to "aumic" waves. For the past two centuries the fact that light exhibited the properties of both a wave and a particle has been an enigma to scientists. At this site a new theory of light is introduced which offers an answer to this question. Click here to enter site : For further information contact : D.Ramakuri "Arden Villa", St. Ann's Rd. Ootacamund 643 001 Nilgiris : S. India natureoflight@geocities.com

158. Journal Of The American Musicological Society
Covers all fields of musical inquiry, including historical musicology, critical theory, music analysis, iconography and organology, performance practice, aesthetics and hermeneutics, ethnomusicology, gender and sexuality, popular music and cultural studies.
http://www.journals.uchicago.edu/JAMS/home.html
 Important Notice: New publisher effective with Volume 57 [Editor: Joseph Auner] [Sponsor: American Musicological Society] ISSN: 0003-0139 Journal Description Editorial Board Available Tables of Contents and Abstracts Contact the Editorial Office ... Journals Division

159. Science Site
The secret of gravity is revealed in a new theory. Learn how fields move faster than the speed of light.
http://www.science-site.net/
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160. Fields Institute Program On Homotopy Theory And Its Applications
Fields Institute Program at the University of Western Ontario, Canada; September 2003.
http://www.math.uwo.ca/homotopy/
 Fields Institute Program on Homotopy Theory and its Applications University of Western Ontario London, Ontario September, 2003 Home Register / Update Schedule Attendees ... Reimbursement The conference is now over. This information on these pages will not be updated further. During the month of September, 2003, the Department of Mathematics at the University of Western Ontario will host a program on homotopy theory and its applications to other areas. Gunnar Carlsson, Paul Goerss, Ieke Moerdijk, Jack Morava and Fabien Morel will be in residence for parts of the month . All of the events will take place in London, Ontario. The focus of the month will be a special 5 day version of the Ontario Topology Seminar, beginning on Saturday, September 20 at 9:30 am and ending on Wednesday, September 24 at 4:30 pm. The speakers who have agreed to come are listed below, and a detailed schedule is available. This conference will take place at the London Delta Armouries hotel in downtown London. In addition, there will be six minicourses at other times during the month given by the five longer-term visitors. Each will consist of two to three lectures. A

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