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  1. Modelling and Quantitative Methods in Fisheries by Malcolm Haddon, 2001-05-31
  2. Interest Rate Modelling: Financial Engineering by Jessica James, Nick Webber, 2000-01-15
  3. Stochastic Modelling for Systems Biology (Mathematical and Computational Biology) by Darren J. Wilkinson, 2006-04-18
  4. Modelling the T-34/76 (Osprey Modelling) by Jorge Alvear, Mig Jimenez, et all 2006-09-26
  5. Modelling the Sturmgeschütz III (Osprey Modelling) by Gary Edmundson, 2006-09-26
  6. KNIGHTS IN MINIATURE II: A Complete Guide to Painting and Converting Medieval Miniatures (Modelling Manuals) by Andrea Press, 2006-03
  7. Modelling US Army Tank Destroyers of World War II (Osprey Modelling) by Steven Zaloga, 2004-09-23
  8. Modelling the Jagdpanzer 38(t) 'Hetzer' (Osprey Modelling) by Gary Edmundson, 2004-07-25
  9. Rainfall Runoff Modelling: The Primer by Keith J. Beven, 2004-03-19
  10. Modelling the Tiger Tank in 1/72 Scale (Osprey Modelling) by Alex Clark, 2006-03-28
  11. Practical Financial Modelling: A Guide to Current Practice (CIMA Professional Handbook) by Jonathan Swan, 2004-12
  12. Modelling Extremal Events for Insurance and Finance (Stochastic Modelling and Applied Probability) by Paul Embrechts, Claudia Klüppelberg, et all 2008-03
  13. In All Likelihood: Statistical Modelling and Inference Using Likelihood by Yudi Pawitan, 2001-08-30
  14. Wave Propagation and Time Reversal in Randomly Layered Media (Stochastic Modelling and Applied Probability) by Jean-Pierre Fouque, Josselin Garnier, et all 2007-07-16

41. UCL Biochemistry BSM Group
The Biomolecular Structure and modelling group brings together groups which derive protein structural information using crystallography or NMR, those who
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Welcome to the BSM Group home page The Biomolecular Structure and Modelling group brings together groups which derive protein structural information using crystallography or NMR , those who manage databases of structural information and analysts and modellers who examine these structures to derive principles of protein folding.
The BSM is primarily situated on the sixth floor of the Darwin building on the main UCL campus.
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42. Department Of Computer Science Home Page
Department of Computer Science. Research groups Visualization; Simulation and modelling; Neural, emergent and agent technologies; Distributed systems engineering.
Department of Computer Science
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Home Department Undergraduate Admissions ... The University WELCOME to the Department of Computer Science homepage. This site contains information about our undergraduate and postgraduate degrees, our research activities, our staff, and much, much more. If you can't find the information you want, then please contact us via email, phone or in writing. We have activities based at the main University Campus in Hull and also at our Centre for Internet Computing at the Scarborough Campus. This page briefly summarises our activities at the main Hull Campus. NEWS FLASH .NET MSc in Distributed Systems Development announced Degree Programme Admissions Undergraduate BSc and BEng Postgraduate Taught MSc Postgraduate Research: PhD, MPhil and MSc Research Groups ... Internet Computing Affiliated Research Groups Cartographic Information Systems Medical Engineering Technology Centres Software Downloads Visualization, Interaction and Technology

43. Kluwer Academic Publishers - Journal Of Mathematical Modelling And Algorithms
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Constitution and bylaws, and contact information.
Information about the society, its constitution and bye-laws Application form for membership of the society ISMMACS Conference 2002
Conference on Mathematical Modelling and Computer Simulation
- Announcement, call for papers, registration form and other information

45. Kluwer Academic Publishers - Journal Of Mathematical Modelling And Algorithms
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46. As If By Magic - Magical Entertainment For All Occasions
Magical entertainment for adults and children; Cabaret, Closeup table magic, Private parties and Corporate functions; Face painting, Balloon modelling and Stiltwalking.

47. MGMS Welcome
Welcome. Welcome to the Molecular Graphics and modelling Society (MGMS) website. Journal of Molecular Graphics and modelling. JMGM,
Welcome to the Molecular Graphics and Modelling Society (MGMS) website. This site contains information about the society, how to become a member, and also lists forthcoming events organised or affiliated to the MGMS. Navigation is via the menu bar at the top of the page, and clicking on the MGMS logo will always bring you back here. We would be grateful of any comments or suggestions you have about the site - these can be sent to the webmaster
About MGMS
The MGMS was set up in 1981 as a society dedicated solely to the interests of molecular modelling and related aspects of computational chemistry. Since then it has gone from strength to strength, with chapters of the society formed in America and Germany. Current membership of the society is around 500 with a geographical spread including most European countries, North America, Japan and Australia. The society organises many large meetings around the world which bring together people from all aspects of the discipline. Smaller, more focused meetings are also arranged to allow more detailed discussion of particular areas.
Journal of Molecular Graphics and Modelling
In conjunction with Elsevier, the Society publishes the Journal of Molecular Graphics and Modelling. The journal appears 6 times a year in alternate months. The journal is published in full colour and is devoted to high quality practical and theoretical papers on the use of computers for the investigation of molecular structure, function and interaction.

48. Historical Miniatures Index
Designers of a range of historical miniatures, terrain, and buildings, as well as carrying the work of several other manufacturers and modelling equipment.
Welcome to, the Historical Miniatures site, featuring Stone Mountain Miniatures, Adler Miniatures, and Denizen Miniatures. Unity Ribbon
to this Site
Several of our most popular lines are featured on this site. Just click on the link to go to a page. You can find the complete listing of all our lines on the page.
Adler Miniatures Figures
Stone Mountain Miniatures Figures


Denizen Miniatures
Web Rings
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What's New
Magazine Sale - Closeout of Personal Collection These are from my personal collection and are available on a first come, first served basis. All are in good to excellent condition. They aren't subject to discounts other than those listed here. Historical Gamer
$2.50 each or all for $60.00
Numbers - 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23 (2 copies), 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29 Battlefields - $2.00
Volume 1 Number 3 The Courier - $2.00 each, 10 for $18.00, or all for $30.00
Numbers - 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 76, 77

49. Homology Modelling For Beginners
This course has been updated and is now available at http// (C) GV 24Mar-1998
This course has been updated and is now available at: (C) G.V. 24-Mar-1998

50. 17th IWSM Web Information
17th International Workshop on Statistical modelling. Chania, Crete, Greece; 812 July 2002.
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51. BIOcomputing Unit, 3D Modelling
BIOcomputing 3D modelling servers BIOcomputing 3D modelling unit servers EMBL. Welcome to the EMBL biocomputing 3D modelling unit server page.
Welcome to the EMBL biocomputing 3D modelling unit server page.
WHAT IF Web Services
We have growing collection of services freely and easily accessible accessible over the web, all based on WHAT IF. These new services are running on the latest hardware and software. Feel free to give us feedback. We should be able to quickly add requests! Click here for access to these servers The servers listed below are not based on WHAT IF, but nevertheless useful.
Searching databases and predicting/verifying structures
The following list holds servers that are vaguely related to modelling. They are all the result of work done in the Sander group at EMBL 1988-1997 and/or the Vriend group.
Multiple alignments; predictions of secondary structure, accessibility, and helical transmembrane regions; (threading); evaluation of prediction accuracy.
Protein secondary structure prediction from CD spectra.
Compositional search of sequence databases using a sequence or experimental amino acid analysis data.
(Re)constructing full coordinates from C-alpha atoms.

52. CAMASE - Guidelines For Modelling
Report of a project in agroecosystems modelling.
CAMASE - Guidelines for modelling
From CAMASE_NEWS (Newsletter of Agro-ecosystems Modelling), extra edition, November 1995.
  • Guidelines
  • Evaluation
  • Definitions
  • Guidelines ...
  • References Editorial I CAMASE is a concerted action that would not have come into existence without the generous support by the European Commission's RTD programme. This is greatly appreciated by us and, we are sure, by our readers. Editorial II Systems analysis and simulation are commonly used tools of researchers. Yet, many of us learned to use them by ourselves, by trial and error. In the process, we tumbled in many pitfalls, sometimes even without realizing it. It was suggested to CAMASE to make an effort to produce guidelines for modelling and distribute widely. We have pooled our limited wisdom is this matter, and propose two short sets of guidelines on these pages. We hope they will make a difference. No doubt that our guidelines can be improved further! May we have your comments?
    1 Guidelines
    The need for guidelines for modelling has been expressed several times, particularly by those out of the main stream of developments. In the CAMASE project , we have developed a first draft of guidelines for 'validation', 'sensitivity and uncertainty analysis' and 'calibration'. These are presented below, preceded by some relevant definitions. To provide readers with more details and access to examples, we added references to some of the most relevant scientific papers. We welcome very much all responses to further improve the guidelines and the set of most relevant papers. A next step in upgrading the quality of model building and model use should be a manual with more explicit guidelines, procedures, tools and examples. Ongoing projects on software quality aim (see next
  • 53. Educational Modelling Language
    integral fashion. Educational modelling Language is the first system to achieve precisely this. EML describes University of the Netherlands.
    "Learning Design; a Handbook" is in writing by the Valkenburg group Coppercore; an open source IMS LD Engine released Collection of articles and presentations on Learning Networks available on-line This website is replacing the Website on Educational Modelling Language (EML) . You are about to explore the new website on the LTD programme on Learning Networks of Educational Technology Expertise Centre of the Open University of the Netherlands. New is the possibility for registered users to contribute in different forums.
    To download EML, register and login first, and visit the download section Colophon

    54. Forest Biometry, Modelling And Information Science
    The Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich; June 2529, 2001.

    55. BRM - Britain's Fastest Growing All Colour Monthly Modelling Magazine
    Welcome to the 104page June issue of British Railway modelling and our free 16-page supplement Steam Pictorial. John Emerson Editor British Railway modelling,
    Welcome to the 104-page June issue of British Railway Modelling and our free 16-page supplement Steam Pictorial. The continued success of BRM means that readers can look forward to some exciting new developments this year. For some time now we have been asked when our next video will be released, and we are pleased to announce that later this year we will be releasing our first modelling video, provisionally titled Right Track, featuring our very own 'talking head', Tony Wright. Available in video and DVD formats, the two-hour programme concentrates on kit-building 4mm scale locomotives and contains a wealth of hints and tips on how to get it right. Further programmes are planned as well as more layout videos.
    Following my comments on emails in last month's editorial (and the obligatory wailing and gnashing of teeth), an interesting article by Karen Armstrong in The Guardian of April 24 explored the demise of original thinking as a consequence of instant electronic communication and constant noise drowning out the creative thought process. 'Silence is golden' is not a maxim easily applied to some of the more outrageous email groups and websites. Regrettably our series of articles on 'Do I want to go Digital?' has had to be suspended due to a family bereavement. The series will now resume later in the year. Our condolences to 'Digital' and his family. I'm sure readers would also like to join me in wishing contributor Mike Ennis a speedy recovery after his recent illness. We look forward to seeing you back in harness soon Mike.

    56. Molecular Modelling
    Molecular modelling. The threedimensional structures of molecules help determine the physical properties and the reactivity of molecules.

    57. Home Page Of Jan Treur
    professor of Artificial Intelligence at the Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam. Research interests include multiagent systems, compositional modelling, temporal semantics, common sense and nonmonotonic reasoning.
    Jan Treur
    On this home page, you can find the following:
    How to reach me
    Research interests
    • Agent systems
    • Cognitive Modelling and Cognitive Science
    • Organisation Modelling
    • Dynamics of Behaviour
    • Philosophy of Mind
    • Mind-Matter Relationships
    • Compositional Modelling
    • Component-Based Development Methods
    • Requirements Engineering
    • Verification and Validation
    • Bioinformatics
    • Integrative Cell Modelling
    • Electronic Commerce
    • Information Agents
    • Intelligent Websites
    • Common Sense and Nonmonotonic Reasoning
    • AI and Design
    • Temporal Semantics
    • Logical Foundations
    Current and Recent Programme Committee Memberships
    • Fifth International Workshop on Agent-Based Simulation ( ABS 2004 Seventeenth International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence ( IJCAI 2001 International Joint Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems (

    58. CCCma: Introduction
    A division of the Climate Research Branch of Environment Canada's Meteorological Service of Canada. Site provides an overview of research and information on their models and results.
    Contact Us Help Search Canada Site ... Links Introduction Welcome to CCCma online, the web site of the Canadian Centre for Climate Modelling and Analysis. CCCma is a division of the Climate Research Branch of the Meteorological Service of Canada of Environment Canada . We conduct research in coupled and atmospheric climate modelling, sea-ice modelling, climate variability and predictability, the carbon cycle, and a number of other areas. CCCma is located on the beautiful University of Victoria campus, in the Ian Stewart Complex at the intersection of McKenzie Avenue and Gordon Head Road. Follow this link if would like to know more about Victoria and find out how to reach us You will find a wide range of information on this site. Be sure to check out our employment and graduate studies pages for opportunities to do research in our group. Also check out our user friendly interactive data section, where you can download data from various climate simulations performed with our models. A username and password are required. These are easily obtained by an online registration form and agreeing to the licensing conditions. Once you have applied, you will be notified of your username and password by email instantly.

    59. Conference On Econometric Modelling For Africa
    Held in the Kruger National Park, BergDal-Camp, South Africa.

    60. Archaeological Predictive Modelling
    Archaeological Predictive modelling @ Pictographics Ltd. Archaeological predictive modelling applications are progressing throughout Ontario.
    Since 1991
    , the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources (OMNR) has actively pursued the protection of Ontario's cultural resources through the forest management planning process... The theoretical and applied aspects of conducting archaeological predictive modelling are a relatively new field within archaeology. It has its basis in studies conducted during the 1950s and 1960s but gained prominence during the late 1970s and 1980s and coincided with a surge in cultural resource management in the United States... Research And Development
    Current Progress
    Between 1991 and 1994
    , Lakehead University in Thunder Bay, Ontario led the development of a prototype computerized decision-making model through it's Centre for Archaeological Resource Prediction (now defunct). A three year research and development project... Archaeological predictive modelling applications are progressing throughout Ontario. The greatest strides have been made more in the policy arena where the guidelines and recommendations surrounding the application of predictive models are being made more instructive. ... Pilot Projects
    Wasted Bandwidth
    Between 1991 and 1994
    , Lakehead University in Thunder Bay, Ontario led the development of a prototype computerized decision-making model through it's Centre for Archaeological Resource Prediction. A three year research and development project...

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