The first chapter analyzes the practical background of publishing activities, compares western media critical theories and publishing activities, brings forward the core contention of modern publishing critical theories.
A criticism of the generalized Chapman-Enskog method is considered and the necessary explanations are given.
This process was proposed a long time ago by Kolotyrkin and co-workers, but their experimental results were subjected to serious criticism which is taken care of in the present paper.
The statement that the spiral type of cell division originated from the pseudo-spiral type also arouses serious criticism.
Convective Zones in the Atmosphere of Venus and the Anomalous Heat Flux (in Response to Criticism)
The results of simulation of growth of quasi-two-dimensional crystals in two-and three-dimensional media based on the classical two-parametric model of diffusion-limited aggregation are used as an argument in this criticism.
We show that the structure of a block outside the critical hyperplanes of category O over a symmetrizable Kac-Moody algebra depends only on the corresponding integral Weyl group and its action on the parameters of the Verma modules.
We also prove the uniqueness of Verma embeddings outside the critical hyperplanes.
Using the matrix approach we prove that the sequence of sampling functions is always complete in the cases of critical sampling and oversampling.
An important example is the Moser-Trudinger inequality where limiting Sobolev behavior for critical exponents provides significant understanding of geometric analysis for conformal deformation on a Riemannian manifold [5, 6].
On Generating Tight Gabor Frames at Critical Density
It is suggested that to understand celebrity one can neither accept it at face value nor criticize it as merely manipulative but has to accept - and explore - the concrete ways in which audiences relate to it.
Firstly, though all of the texts criticize the United States and set up an opposition between the Arab self and the US other, none of the texts merely inscribes a simplistic self-other dichotomy.
A series of inner-biblical and post-biblical responses to the rule demonstrates, however, that later writers were able to criticize, reject, and replace it with the alternative notion of individual retribution.
The aims of this study are to review and criticize literature data about neuropathic pain and its treatment, emphasizing the use of opioids and propose some hypotheses about mechanism of action of these compounds.
As this paper will show, duck hunters assert that they have a more realistic and appropriate view of nature and animal life cycles than the average anti-hunter who might criticize them.
This paper offers a critique of the prevailing view of the relationship between work and mental health.
The critique is based on an examination of the personal, social, and economic contexts of work, especially in regard to people with serious mental illnesses.
Definition of the problem: Referring to the current critique of bioethics from the point of view of medical anthropology in North America, implications for moral philosophy and health care ethics are questioned.
Objections to the Western bias of Bioethics from the perspective of cross-cultural research are not only a radical critique of biomedicine but a challenge to philosophy and ethics becoming 'intercultural'.
Definition of the problem:Truog's critique of the "brain death" concept outlines inconsistencies well understood in the U.S.