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Accumulating Householder transformations, revisited

Thierry Joffrain, Tze Meng Low, Enrique S. Quintana-Ortí, Robert van de Geijn, Field G. Van Zee
2006 ACM Transactions on Mathematical Software  
A theorem related to the accumulation of Householder transformations into a single orthogonal transformation known as the compact WY transform is presented.  ...  It also suggests an alternative transformation, the UT transform, with the same utility as the compact WY Transform which requires less computation and has similar stability properties.  ...  The UT Transform I − UT −1 U T represents an alternative expression for the accumulation of the Householder transformations.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1141885.1141886 fatcat:3lvegmnxpbccdnvxq5zcsvteyq

From Incremental Change to Radical Disjuncture: Rethinking Everyday Household Sustainability Practices as Survival Skills

Chris Gibson, Lesley Head, Chantel Carr
2014 Annals of the Association of American Geographers  
We revisit our own longitudinal empirical research examining household sustainability and reinterpret key results in a more volatile frame influenced by political ecological work on disasters.  ...  We seek to move beyond incremental to transformative conceptions of change and invert vulnerability as capacity.  ...  Acknowledgments We thank Gordon Waitt, Nick Gill, and Carol Farbotko for collaboration on the households research.  ... 
doi:10.1080/00045608.2014.973008 fatcat:jsc3tjp3infihiwjy5mvzd7x2e

Involution and Enterprise in Rural Areas [chapter]

Stefano Ponte, Dan Brockington
2021 Prosperity in Rural Africa?  
We argue that some current measures of rural transformation are inadequate for capturing forms of change that matter to rural Africans.  ...  This chapter analyses the patterns of poverty, prosperity, and rural transformation in Tanzania through longitudinal research examining livelihoods and asset change in a twenty-year period.  ...  Transformations on the Plains In previous work on rural livelihood change under market liberalization in Tanzania, Ponte argued that to understand rural transformation and processes of accumulation it  ... 
doi:10.1093/oso/9780198865872.003.0012 fatcat:72awuxbgmfcq5ho2fbgubxggy4

Improved Livelihoods on Less Land [chapter]

Torben Birch-Thomsen, Esbern Friis-Hansen
2021 Prosperity in Rural Africa?  
Methods of the Revisit During the revisit to and restudy of the two villages, several methods were used.  ...  In 2016-17, the original research was followed up with a revisit to the two communities and households included in the first research with the aim of reporting and analysing changes in livelihoods and  ... 
doi:10.1093/oso/9780198865872.003.0015 fatcat:3s2dyuxayrb4bn2pfiz6g3e2nm

The "Mortgage Consensus" and the Housing Bubble: Revisiting the Post-Fordism Debate

Luis Flores Jr.
2014 Berkeley Planning Journal  
Preoccupations of scholars have been high levels of income inequality as well as the increased role of finance in the global economy and at the domestic household level.  ...  Missing Link 3: Terms of Historical Transformation "The conceptualization of the transition from one regime of accumulation to another, via an intervening period of structural crisis, stresses contingency  ...  I have suggested that it would be of great use to revisit 1990's geography debates about the nature of post-Fordist regulation, as they offer a framework for steering clear of both production-centric approaches  ... 
doi:10.5070/bp327124501 fatcat:zbmdt4pou5cxtey635nebyyd3a

The Foundations of Female Empowerment Revisited

Claude Diebolt, Faustine Perrin
2014 Revue d' Economie politique  
Having an extra child had therefore a negative effect on the income of the household. The increasing cost of having children for women induced households to limit the number (quantity) of offspring.  ...  Such demographic changes profoundly transformed the structure of the population in France.  ... 
doi:10.3917/redp.244.0587 fatcat:5b33c4rihfagbbscemoqcslu4m

Accumulation, Reproduction, and "Women's Role in Economic Development": Boserup Revisited

Lourdes Benería, Gita Sen
1981 Signs  
Accumulation, Reproduction, and Women's Role in Economic Development: Boserup Revisited Lourdes Beneria and Gita Sen More than a decade has passed since Ester Boserup's book, Woman's Role in Economic Development  ...  In a subsistence economy, the materials used for domestic production are not bought in the market; they are transformed in such a way that household and nonhousehold production are closely linked-to the  ... 
doi:10.1086/493882 fatcat:n5wcbvllpzephbqlh7yviav22u

Telling the Stories of Asset Accumulation [chapter]

Christine Noe, Dan Brockington
2021 Prosperity in Rural Africa?  
It is notable that asset accumulation appears to have been driven by agricultural activities, although the timing and nature of these changes has varied in each case.  ...  We sought to scale-up that study, to find more case studies where we could revisit families and households over time.  ...  It has to be transformed. This envisaged transformation has, repeatedly, not happened in Tanzania according to official narratives.  ... 
doi:10.1093/oso/9780198865872.003.0017 fatcat:vtmhhi3wxngflpxrgt7jnuwuhe

Revisiting Rural–Urban Transformations and Small Town Development in Sub-Saharan Africa

Jytte Agergaard, Cecilia Tacoli, Griet Steel, Sinne Borby Ørtenblad
2018 European Journal of Development Research  
Accordingly, the renewed interest in * Jytte Agergaard Revisiting Rural-Urban Transformations and Small Town... urbanisation, formalised in the New Urban Agenda and Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 11  ...  Such interest was also evident during the 1990s, and in this paper the authors revisit the debate with specific attention to Sub-Saharan Africa.  ...  Those authors suggest that barriers to entering remunerative and accumulating household activities (such as access to land, human capital and productive assets, as well as age, gender etc.) are excluding  ... 
doi:10.1057/s41287-018-0182-z fatcat:n53xhycglrazhndngqe2byfuxu

Three New Concepts of Future Computer Science

Zhi-Wei Xu, Dan-Dan Tu
2011 Journal of Computer Science and Technology  
to other sciences and to the human society, while inheriting the basic way of thinking and time-tested body of knowledge accumulated through the past 50 years.  ...  In the 21st century, the field of computer science is experiencing fundamental transformations, from its scope, objects of study, basic metrics, main abstractions, fundamental principles, to its relationship  ...  The transformations are enrichment, not replacement. We should inherit our field's basic way of thinking and time-tested body of knowledge accumulated through the past 50 years .  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11390-011-1161-4 fatcat:6xduuj6gane4lniiv5xog2z5zi

The Business Cycle Implications of Banks' Maturity Transformation

Martin M. Andreasen, Marcelo Ferman, Pawel Zabczyk
2011 Social Science Research Network  
We show within a real business cycle framework that maturity transformation in the banking sector in general attenuates the output response to a technological shock.  ...  Implications of long-term nominal contracts are also examined in a New Keynesian version of the model, where we find that maturity transformation reduces the real effects of a monetary policy shock.  ...  Sections 3.1 and 3.2 revisit the problems for the households and calibration are discussed in Section 3.5.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1569365 fatcat:kkhs4l4znrh7ffj53q6iip3pca

Roads from Calabria: The Arrighian approach to agrarian political economy

Jennifer Bair, Kevan Harris, Phillip A. Hough
2019 Journal of Agrarian Change  
debated the nature of capitalist transition in the countryside, including whether the deepened interlinking of local, national, and transnational economic activities make past trajectories of agrarian transformation  ...  The second is that the outcomes of capitalist transition vary based on a country's position in the international hierarchy of wealth, meaning that agrarian transformation is compatible with both economic  ...  At the time, many households undergoing dispossession were able to use accumulated assets to mitigate this period of transition.  ... 
doi:10.1111/joac.12312 fatcat:l5t3ctqccrbnxjnmsxischoxgm

Where Have All the Peasants Gone?

Susana Narotzky
2016 Annual Review of Anthropology  
Does it transform distribution through different exchange relations?  ...  Introduction This article revisits earlier debates around the peasant concept and reviews some recent work on production relations in agriculture.  ... 
doi:10.1146/annurev-anthro-102215-100240 fatcat:nw62nuhjfzefdnpc3s7ddq6ngi

Understanding Long-Term Change in Rural Tanzania [chapter]

Dan Brockington, Christine Noe
2021 Prosperity in Rural Africa?  
It also explains the methods used to examine them: longitudinal studies—revisits to previously surveyed villages and domestic units. It also outlines the argument.  ...  Similarly earlier approaches may have used concepts like 'household' in ways which hid important dynamics.  ...  Figure 1 . 1 11 Sites identified for possible revisits. Figure 1 . 2 12 Actual revisited villages and the researchers who led the studies.  ... 
doi:10.1093/oso/9780198865872.003.0001 fatcat:mcf7x3pjofgspllxzmgz5tqbfi

Atmanirbhar Bharat and the Development Perspective of 'Seetal Pati' Weavers of Karimganj District: Revisiting in terms of Gandhian vision of Self-contained Community

Ritumani Haloi, Suchitra Das
2021 Zenodo  
Besides, revisiting the Gandhian concept of Self-contained community and the recent initiative of Atmanirbhar Bharat under the leadership of Hon'ble Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the study finds that this  ...  Moreover, rural artisans can make a better living and accumulate wealth on the basis of craft production (Rutten, 1990) .  ...  BIBLIOGRAPHY 3 percent 3 Atmanirbhar Bharat and the Development Perspective of 'Seetal Pati' Weavers of Karimganj District: Revisiting in terms of Gandhian vision of Self-contained Community household  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6500144 fatcat:fdn23t6ytvhpvbddobk4nev5hu
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