Fault-zone Properties And Earthquake Rupture Dynamics, Volume …

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John Green – The Fault in Our Stars

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The Fault Lines of Empire by Elizabeth Mancke

The Fault Lines of Empire: Political Differentiation in Massachusetts and Nova Scotia, 1760-1830 by Elizabeth Mancke
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Overview: The Fault Lines of Empire is a fascinating comparative study of two communities in the early modern British Empire–one in Massachusetts, the other in Nova Scotia. Elizabeth Mancke focuses on these two locations to examine how British attempts at reforming their empire impacted the development of divergent political customs in the United States and Canada.
Genre: Non-Fiction > History

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Ancestral Fault in Ancient Greece


Ancestral Fault in Ancient Greece
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Fault-Tolerant Process Control: Methods and Applications

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Fault Lines by Johanna Wagstaffe

Fault Lines: Understanding the Power of Earthquakes by Johanna Wagstaffe
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Overview: Earthquakes are a terrifying yet fascinating force of nature. Seismologist Johanna Wagstaffe takes you through her own journey of understanding the earth beneath our feet. Along the way you’ll learn the science behind what makes the earth rumble and hear from kids around the world who have experienced the wonder, and terror, of an earthquake.
Genre: Non-Fiction > General

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Ancestral Fault in Ancient Greece


Ancestral Fault in Ancient Greece
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Ancestral Fault in Ancient Greece by Renaud Gagne (Gagné)

Ancestral Fault in Historical Greece by Renaud Gagne (Gagné)
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Overview: Ancestral fault is a core thought of Greek literature. ‘The guiltless can pay for the deeds later: both the person’s kids, or his descendants thereafter’, mentioned Solon within the sixth century BC, an announcement echoed all through the remainder of antiquity. This notion lies on the coronary heart of historical Greek pondering on theodicy, inheritance and privilege, the that means of struggling, the hyperlinks between wealth and morality, particular person duty, the bonds that unite generations and the grand actions of historical past. From Homer to Proclus, it performed a significant position in among the most important and urgent reflections of Greek tradition on divinity, society and information. The burning trendy preoccupation with collective duty throughout generations has an extended, deep antecedent in classical Greek literature and its reception. This ebook retraces the trajectories of Greek ancestral fault and the kinds of its expression by means of the numerous genres and centuries the place it’s discovered.
Style: Non-Fiction > Historical past

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Filtering, Control and Fault Detection by Hongli Dong +

Filtering, Management and Fault Detection with Randomly Occurring Incomplete Data by Hongli Dong, Zidong Wang, Huijun Gao
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Overview: Within the context of programs and management, incomplete info refers to a dynamical system wherein data in regards to the system states is restricted as a result of difficulties in modelling complexity in a quantitative means. The well-known kinds of incomplete info embrace parameter uncertainties and norm-bounded nonlinearities. Just lately, in response to the event of community applied sciences, the phenomenon of randomly occurring incomplete info has turn into increasingly more prevalent.
Filtering, Management and Fault Detection with Randomly Occurring Incomplete Data displays the state-of-the-art of the analysis space for dealing with randomly occurring incomplete info from three interrelated facets of management, filtering and fault detection. Latest advances in networked management programs and distributed filtering over sensor networks are lined, and utility potential in cellular robotics can be thought-about. The reader will profit from the introduction of latest ideas, new fashions and new methodologies with sensible significance in management engineering and sign processing.
Style: Non-Fiction > Tech & Gadgets

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Robust Observer-Based Fault Diagnosis for Nonlinear Systems Using MATLAB (Advances in Industrial Control)

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Mechanics, Structure and Evolution of Fault Zones (Pageoph Topical Volumes)

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Fault Lines: A History of the United States Since 1974


Fault Lines: A History of the United States Since 1974
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Fault Lines by Kevin M. Kruse, Julian E. Zelizer

Fault Lines: A History of the United States Since 1974 by Kevin M. Kruse, Julian E. Zelizer
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Overview: Two award-winning historians explore the origins of a divided America.
If you were asked when America became polarized, your answer would likely depend on your age: you might say during Barack Obama’s presidency, or with the post-9/11 war on terror, or the culture wars of the 1980s and 1990s, or the “Reagan Revolution” and the the rise of the New Right.
For leading historians Kevin M. Kruse and Julian E. Zelizer, it all starts in 1974. In that one year, the nation was rocked by one major event after another: The Watergate crisis and the departure of President Richard Nixon, the first and only U.S. President to resign; the winding down of the Vietnam War and rising doubts about America’s military might; the fallout from the OPEC oil embargo that paralyzed America with the greatest energy crisis in its history; and the desegregation busing riots in South Boston that showed a horrified nation that our efforts to end institutional racism were failing.
In the years that followed, the story of our own lifetimes would be written. Longstanding historical fault lines over income inequality, racial division, and a revolution in gender roles and sexual norms would deepen and fuel a polarized political landscape. In Fault Lines, Kruse and Zelizer reveal how the divisions of the present day began almost five decades ago, and how they were widened thanks to profound changes in our political system as well as a fracturing media landscape that was repeatedly transformed with the rise of cable TV, the internet, and social media.
How did the United States become so divided? Fault Lines offers a richly told, wide-angle history view toward an answer.
Genre: Non-Fiction > History

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Fault Lines by Steven Hildreth Jr.