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John Christopher Davie

1874 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
JOHN CHRISTOPHER DAVIE, M.R.C.S.ENG., HADDENHAM. MR. DAVIE, who died at Haddenham, Cambridgeshire, aged 69, on December 31st, was a native of Cheltenham, and a pupil of Mr. Fletcher of Gloucester.  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmj.1.683.157-d fatcat:fldrd7zsh5fulcia6g5wrsxtj4

Christophe Cave et Simon Davies (dir.), Les Vies de Voltaire: discours et représentations biographiques, xviiie-

Valentina Ponzetto
2009 Studi francesi  
Christophe Cave et Simon Davies (dir.), Les Vies de Voltaire: discours et représentations biographiques, XVIII e - XXI e siècles Valentina Ponzetto 1 -FAIVRE, Récits d'enfance: le petit Arouet  ...  Cave et Simon Davies (dir.), Les Vies de Voltaire: discours et rep...  ... 
doi:10.4000/studifrancesi.7577 fatcat:zm7uug2nobei3ptrlxsey2cyrq

Book Review: Clausewitz on Small War Christopher Daase and James W. Davis (eds) and Rebooting Clausewitz: On War in the 21st Century Christopher Coker

R. Gerald Hughes
2019 War in History  
Davis asserts that critics of Clausewitz see his work as being limited by virtue of its 'time-bound framework' for analyses.  ...  Davis have translated and edited the most important texts devoted to the analysis of asymmetric, unconventional, guerrilla, and small unit warfare.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0968344518804624 fatcat:n4kop5jdgrdn5ptkzzag4jlyfe

Book Review Diseases of the Ear, Nose and Throat . By Wendell Christopher Phillips. 7th Edition. (F. A. Davis Company, Philadelphia, publishers)

1928 New England Journal of Medicine  
Davis Diseases of the Ear, Nose and Throat. CHRISTOPHER PHILuies. 7th Edition.  ... 
doi:10.1056/nejm192812201992539 fatcat:ebk32frtcfcm7bjjgpq6esovzq

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Christoph Frei, Huw C. Davies, Joachim Gurtz, Christoph Schär
2012 Integrated Assessment  
Past changes and possible future variations in the nature of extreme precipitation and flood events in Central Europe and the Alpine region are examined from a physical standpoint. An overview is given of the following key contributory physical processes: (1) the variability of the large-scale atmospheric flow and the associated changes of the North-Atlantic storm track; (2) the feedback process between climate warming and the water cycle, and in particular the potential for more frequent heavy
more » ... precipitation events; and (3) the catchment-scale hydrological processes associated with variations in major river flooding events and that are related to land-use changes, river training measures, and shifts in the proportion of rain to snowfall. In this context an account is provided of the possible future forecasting and warning methodologies based upon high-resolution weather prediction and runoff models. Also consideration is given to the detectability of past (future) changes in observed (modeled) extreme events. It is shown that their rarity and natural fluctuation largely impedes a detection of systematic variations. These effects restrict trend analysis of such events to return periods of below a few months. An illustration using daily precipitation from the Swiss Alps does yield evidence for pronounced trends of intense precipitation events (return period 30 days), while trends of stronger event classes are not detectable (but nevertheless can not be excluded). The small detection probability for extreme events limits possible mitigation of future damage costs through an abatement of climate change alone, and points to the desirability of developing improved early forecasting/warning systems as an additional no-regret strategy.
doi:10.1023/a:1018983226334 fatcat:5yj6wfe5wzd6lfv2har7fepf24

SIR PETER MAXWELL DAVIES: A PERSONAL REFLECTION

Christopher Fox
2016 Tempo  
For many of us whose awakening to new music came in the late 1960s, Maxwell Davies was a key figure in British musical life.  ...  The death on 14 March of Sir Peter Maxwell Davies was very properly marked in British broadsheet obituary columns and broadcast news bulletins, as befitted the passing of a knight of the realm and the  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0040298216000279 fatcat:6bwsnbo6ozaqvdvzwmzlna5qb4

Overconvergent Witt Vectors [article]

Christopher Davis, Andreas Langer, Thomas Zink
2010 arXiv   pre-print
Let A be a finitely generated algebra over a field K of characteristic p >0. We introduce a subring of the ring of Witt vectors W(A). We call it the ring of overconvergent Witt vectors. We prove that on a scheme X of finite type over K the overconvergent Witt vectors are an \'etale sheaf. In a forthcoming paper (Annales ENS) we define an overconvergent de Rham-Witt complex on a smooth scheme X over a perfect field K whose hypercohomology is the rigid cohomology of X in the sense of Berthelot.
arXiv:1008.0305v1 fatcat:z42es5ykrzeydkabcoc5xobtyu

Channel modeling for FSO communications and sensor networking inside structures

Christopher C. Davis, Mohammed Eslami, Navik Agrawal, Arun K. Majumdar, Christopher C. Davis
2009 Free-Space Laser Communications IX  
The Maryland Optics Group FREE SPACE OPTICAL CHANNEL MODELING • FSO links in interior spaces can be direct (line-of-sight), involve specular reflection or involve diffuse reflection • Line-of-sight links are most efficient • Received power depends on range, laser beam divergence (optical antenna gain), receiver area (including any collection optics) • Omni-directional FSO links are completely alignment insensitive, but energy inefficient • Directed links can provide alignment stability if
more » ... ured appropriately • Reflection can contribute to link budget in naturally specular ducts inside the aircraft • Diffuse reflection depends on the geometry between source and receiver • Three principal geometries considered • cubical spaces • cylindrical "ducts" • coupled cavities with connecting apertures GEOMETRY FOR MODELING DIFFUSE AND DIRECT LINKS IN A CYLINDRICAL STRUCTURE The problem can be formulated analytically. Currently solved for 1,2,3, and 4 diffuse reflections • Diffuse reflection coefficient R d • A -detector area in end wall of cylinder • L -length of cylinder • a -radius of cylinder • P 1 , P 2 , P 3 received powers after 1,2, and 3 diffuse reflections, respectively • Photon density in compartment is =N/V -N = number of photons -V = volume • Photon loss rate at absorbing wall is 0.25 c(1-R d ) per square meter -c = velocity of light -R d = diffuse reflection coefficient • Photon loss at opening of area A is 0.25 cA • For each compartment photon distribution is assumed uniform but decays because of loss at walls and openings • For compartment i+1 o A = area of opening from compartment I o i = time constant for compartment i o N i = number of photons in compartment i • These coupled differential equations are solved numerically KINETIC MODEL FOR IMPULSE RESPONSE FSO SIGNALS PASSING FROM COMPARTMENT TO COMPARTMENT IN A MULTI-COMPARTMENT MODEL Compartment volume: 0.193 m 3 Compartment surface area: S = 2.037 m 2 Total loss aperture: 0.10S Loss aperture leading to next compartment: 0.05S
doi:10.1117/12.828127 fatcat:hmveytkghrcshluglyegfvidma

§8.85 The Davis "Emergency Exception"

Christopher B. Mueller, Laird C. Kirkpatrick, Liesa Richter
2018 Social Science Research Network  
Davis v. Washington, 547 U.S. 813 (2006). 2. State v.  ...  §8.85 The Davis "Emergency Exception" Two years after Crawford, the Court revisited the Confrontation Clause in the Davis case, which was a consolidated review of domestic abuse convictions in Washington  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.3277084 fatcat:7hfnegejujehxeqoqxpnk4awla

ERISKINLERDE PLEVRAL ENFEKSIYONLARIN TEDAVISI: BRITANYA TORAKS DERNEGI PLEVRAL HASTALIKLAR REHBERI 2010

Helen E. Davies, Robert J. O. Davies, Christopher W. H. Davies
2011 Plevra Bulteni  
doi:10.5152/pb.2011.05 fatcat:h7yugnwqyzeufj44bpgbs3vequ

The Pragmatic Values of Evidential Sentences

Christopher Davis, Christopher Potts, Margaret Speas
2015 Semantics and Linguistic Theory  
doi:10.3765/salt.v0i0.2966 fatcat:svktcqrborfojmyfx6bwy4rkba

Symmetric norms and reverse inequalities to Davis and Hansen-Pedersen characterizations of operator convexity [article]

Jean-Christophe Bourin
2005 arXiv   pre-print
Such inequalities are reverse inequalities to Davis' characterization of operator convexity via compressions. Equivalently, we show that, given any isometric column of operators {A i } m i=1 , i.e.  ...  Davis' characterization (D) of operator convexity is equivalent to the following result of Hansen-Pedersen [5] . Recall that a family {A i } m i=1 form an isometric column when A * i A i = I.  ... 
arXiv:math/0511734v1 fatcat:dypmdixtunetbaarz5rhwqbdne

Paediatric Radiology for MRCPCH and FRCR: Edited by Christopher Schelvan, Annabel Copeman, Jane Young, Jacqueline Davis. (Pp 246; pound17.50.) Royal Society of Medicine Press, 2002. ISBN 1-85315-466-0

A C Elias-Jones
2002 Postgraduate medical journal  
Edited by Christopher Schelvan, Annabel Copeman, Jane Young, Jacqueline Davis. (Pp 246; £17.50.) Royal Society of Medicine Press, 2002.  ...  By Alison Walker, Chris Macklin, Christopher Williams. (Pp 120; £14.95.) Harcourt Health Sciences, 2001. ISBN 0-7020-2578-X.  ... 
doi:10.1136/pmj.78.920.381-b fatcat:oi3e6646wvdd7nyqzvmnbk46fq

The Pragmatic Values of Evidential Sentences

Christopher Davis, Christopher Potts, Margaret Speas
2007 Semantics and Linguistic Theory  
doi:10.3765/salt.v17i0.2966 fatcat:ghws5r6zkjc2hhoxnrm5au6h4q
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