Community areas of Chicago

Community areas of Chicago

community areas in chicago refers work of social science research commission @ university of chicago, has unofficially divided city of chicago 77 community areas. these areas well-defined , static. census info tied community areas, , serve basis variety of urban planning initiatives on both local , regional levels.

the social science research commission @ university of chicago defined seventy-five community areas during late 1920s. @ time, these community areas corresponded neighborhoods within city. in 1950s, city’s annexations o’hare international airport, seventy-sixth community area added. other creation of seventy-seventh community area in 1980 (by separating #77 edgewater #3 uptown), boundaries have never been revised reflect alter instead have been kept relatively stable allow comparisons of these areas on time.

community areas distinct neighborhoods in chicago. community areas encompass groups of neighborhoods

Daria Onyśko

Daria Onyśko

daria onyśko-korczyńska

daria onyśko-korczyńska (born july 30, 1981 in kołobrzeg) track , field sprint athlete competes internationally poland.

she finished 8th in 100 metres final @ 2006 european athletics championships in gothenburg, , 9th 1 month later @ 2006 iaaf world cup. won bronze medal in 60 metres @ 2007 european indoor championships.

korczynska represented poland @ 2008 summer olympics in beijing. competed @ 100 metres sprint , placed 3rd in first round heat after oludamola osayomi , debbie ferguson in time of 11.22 seconds. qualified sec round in failed qualify semi finals time of 11.41 5th time of race. ewelina klocek, dorota jędrusińska , marta jeschke took part in 4×100 metres relay. in first round heat placed 5th behind belgium, great britain, brazil , nigeria. time of 43.47 seconds sec best non-directly qualifying time , 7th time overall out of 16 participating nations. result qualified final in replaced jeschke joanna henryka kocielnik. in final disqualified.

she won bronze medal polish 4 x 100 metres relay @ 2010 european athletics championships

Cybernetics

Cybernetics

cybernetics transdisciplinary approach exploring regulatory systems, structures, constraints, , possibilities. in fact, today name used in rather loose way imply “control of scheme using technology”, , has blunted meaning such extent many writers avoid using it.

cybernetics relevant study of systems, such mechanical, physical, biological, cognitive, , social systems. cybernetics applicable when scheme beingness analyzed incorporates closed signaling loop; is, action scheme generates alter in environment , alter reflected in scheme in manner (feedback) triggers scheme change, referred “circular causal” relationship. necessary cybernetic perspective.

system dynamics, related field, originated applications of electrical engineering science command theory other kinds of simulation models (especially business systems) jay forrester @ mit in 1950s.

concepts studied cyberneticists include, not limited to: learning, cognition, adaptation, social control, emergence, communication, efficiency, efficacy, , connectivity. these concepts studied other subjects such engineering science , biology, in cybernetics these abstracted context of individual organism or device.

norbert wiener defined cybernetics in 1948 “the scientific study of command , communication in animal , machine.” word cybernetics comes greek κυβερνητική (kybernetike), meaning “governance”, i.e., pertinent κυβερνάω (kybernao), latter meaning “to steer, navigate or govern”, hence κυβέρνησις (kybernesis), meaning “government”, authorities while κυβερνήτης (kybernetes) governor or captain. contemporary cybernetics began interdisciplinary study connecting fields of command systems, electrical network theory, mechanical engineering, logic modeling, evolutionary biology, neuroscience, anthropology, , psychology in 1940s, attributed macy conferences. during sec half of 20th century cybernetics evolved in ways distinguish first-order cybernetics (about observed systems) second-order cybernetics (about observing systems). more there talk third-order cybernetics (doing in ways embraces first , second-order)

Council Regulation (EC) 1348/2000

Council Regulation (EC) 1348/2000

council regulation (ec) no. 1393/2007 on service in fellow member states of judicial , extrajudicial documents in civil or commercial matters european union regulation in field of judicial cooperation. allows service of judicial documents 1 fellow member state without recourse consular , diplomatic channels. regulation applies fellow member states of european union exception of kingdom of denmark — virtue of understanding between european community , kingdom of kingdom of denmark on service of judicial , extrajudicial documents in civil or commercial matters provisions extended provisions of regulation denmark. regulation replaces regulation 1348/2000.

service of process in civil cases prior regulation done either under hague service convention or means of letter rogatory (also called letter of request), formal request courtroom in 1 country serve process in defendant domiciled. formal document required transmission originating courtroom ministry of foreign affairs (mfa) in state of origin, forwarded it, perchance through various embassies, mfa in destination state. foreign mfa pass documents judicial authorities in state, go service procedures. proof of service returned via same long winded channels. fellow member states of european union did conclude convention amongst regarding subject (the convention, drawn on basis of article k.3 of treaty on european union, on service in fellow member states of european union of judicial , extrajudicial documents in civil or commercial matters), signed in 26 may 1997, never entered forcefulness ratified spain.

this regulation enables simplified route establishing transmitting , receiving agencies in each of fellow member states. fellow member states have de-centralised scheme many transmitting , receiving agencies, whereas others have single centralised agency. transmitting agency in 1 fellow member state sends judicial documents receiving agency responsible service. letter rogatory not necessary, standardised request form included in annex regulation must used. aids process beingness recognised relevant authorities. in add-on service through recipient fellow member state’s receiving agency or agencies, article 14 of regulation permits service on defendants straight mail

Council House massacre

Council House massacre

the council house fighting conflict between republic of texas officials , comanche peace delegation took place in san antonio, texas, on march 19, 1840. meeting took place under truce purpose of negotiating peace after 2 years of war. comanches sought obtain recognition of boundaries of comancheria, homeland. texians wanted release of texian , mexican captives held comanches. event ended 12 comanche leaders shot death in council house, 23 shot in streets of san antonio, , 30 taken captive

Del-squared

Del-squared

in mathematics, laplace operator or laplacian differential operator given divergence of gradient of function on euclidean space. denoted symbols ∇·∇, ∇, or ∆. laplacian ∆f(p) of function f @ point p, constant depending on dimension, rate @ average value of f on spheres centered @ p, deviates f(p) radius of sphere grows. in cartesian coordinate system, laplacian given sum of sec partial derivatives of function respect each independent variable. in other coordinate systems such cylindrical , spherical coordinates, laplacian has useful form.

the laplace operator named after french mathematician pierre-simon de laplace (1749–1827), first applied operator study of celestial mechanics, operator gives constant multiple of mass density when applied given gravitational potential. solutions of equation ∆f = 0, called laplace’s equation, so-called harmonic functions, , represent possible gravitational fields in free space.

the laplacian occurs in differential equations describe many physical phenomena, such electrical , gravitational potentials, diffusion equation heat , fluid flow, wave propagation, , quantum mechanics. laplacian represents flux density of gradient flow of function. instance, net rate @ chemical dissolved in fluid moves toward or away point proportional laplacian of chemical concentration @ point; expressed symbolically, resulting equation diffusion equation. these reasons, extensively used in sciences modelling kinds of physical phenomena. laplacian simplest elliptic operator, , @ core of hodge theory results of de rham cohomology

Dargaville Primary School

Dargaville Primary School

dargaville primary school largest primary school in town of dargaville, new zealand. situated in dargaville central business district (cbd). school takes students age of 5 eleven.

it original school in dargaville established 1877. in 1879, had roll of 16, grew 155 in 1899, , 2008 reached on 400 each year.

the pupils attending school come town , surrounding rural area. rural students travel bus each day. baylys beach little settlement 15 kilometres dargaville. bus load of children travel , dargaville primary school each day.

dargaville primary school lead school northern wairoa info , communication technologies professional development cluster

Dargah

Dargah

a dargah in ooty road, india

the dargah of madurai maqbara hazrats, in eponymous madurai, tamil nadu, india.

the dargah of haji ali, in mumbai.

a dargah (persian: درگاه‎ dargâh or درگه dargah) islamic shrine built on grave of revered religious figure, sufi saint or dervish. local muslims may visit shrine perform practice of visiting graves (ziyarat). dargahs associated sufi meeting rooms , hostels, called khanqah or hospices. include mosque, meeting rooms, islamic religious schools (madrassas), residences teacher or caretaker, hospitals, , other buildings community purposes.

some muslims not believe in practice of constructing on graves , turning them places of worship, , consider associating partners god or shirk, though, visiting graves encouraged. muhammad (peace upon him) forbade turning graves places of worship

Darfur Daju language

Darfur Daju language

the nyala language, known dar fur, darfur daju, beke, dagu, daju ferne, , fininga, eastern sudanic language of darfur, sudan, 1 of 3 closely related languages in area called “daju” (the other 2 beingness daju mongo language , sila language). spoken near nyala, capital of south darfur province dar fur daju people

Coumalic acid

Coumalic acid

coumalic acid organic compound molecular formula c6h8o4. melting point around 210 c.

in labolatory coumalic acid may obtained self-condensation of malic acid in fuming sulfuric acid :

^ richard h. wiley , newton r. smith (1963). “coumalic acid”. org. synth. ; coll. vol