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City of God: Christian Citizenship in Postwar Guatemala Kevin Lewis O’Neill. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2010. 278 pp. Timothy J. ... In this organic and provocative ethnography, Kevin O’ Neill opens a window to the practices and promises of concerned citizens in Guatemala City (invisible in the literature until now) who are engaged ...doi:10.1111/j.1548-1433.2011.01387_25.x fatcat:qdelebmtbvab5cteu72erobws4
Deborah Kanter Albion College City of God: Christian Citizenship in Postwar Guatemala, by Kevin Lewis O’Neill. The Anthropology of Christianity series. ... already occurred in Guatemala. 432 Canadian Journal of History/Annalees canadiennes d ‘histoire, Volume XLVI, Autumn/automne It is within this deeply troubling and complex social and political context that Kevin ...doi:10.3138/cjh.46.2.431 fatcat:zeuleicc55gtlfdntblrit3oby
Realising the city
Camilla Lewis and Jessica Symons -9781526117113 Downloaded from manchesterhive.com at 04/30/2019 04:08:48AM via free access Camilla Lewis and Jessica Symons -9781526117113 Downloaded from manchesterhive.com ...doi:10.7765/9781526117113.00006 fatcat:32v4tr3lezfrpm2rlhomkjrlxm
JON BIALECKI University of Edinburgh O’NEILL, KEVIN LEwits. City of God: Christian citizenship in postwar Guatemala. xxix, 278 pp., bibliogr. London, Berkeley: Univ. ... . £14.95 (paper) Kevin O’Neill’s book adds to the literature that has been growing since the 1980s on the potentially transformative effects of BOOK REVIEWS 161 Protestantism in Latin America. ...doi:10.1111/1467-9655.12087_2 fatcat:i3eid3s7obc3nmjeyhnnb4pjlm
Williams, Lewis A. Bott, John Patrick and Michael B. Lewis are at the School of Psychology, Cardiff University, Cardiff, UK. ...doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0060713 pmid:23573277 pmcid:PMC3616109 fatcat:mudkwdnanncbzb2yxg372ii5ta
In particular, we precondition using Lewis weights to obtain an isotropic matrix with fewer rows and strong upper bounds on all row norms. ... Thus, w is O(1)-almost Lewis. The result then follows by Lemma 39. ℓ 1 REGRESSION USING LEWIS WEIGHTS AND SGD C.2. ... Of particular interest for our setting is the preconditioning technique of , which utilizes a Lewis change of density (Lewis, 1978) to sample rows of A with probability proportional to their Lewis weights ...arXiv:1708.07821v3 fatcat:2dmbympivzdenowvutrqu5cdai
The 1949 article by Lewis and Burke, who cited nine sources of error in the use of chi-square, is updated. ... Requests for reprints should be sent to Kevin L. Delucchi, Department of Education, Tolman Hall, University of California, Berkeley, California 94704. 1. ... The Lewis and Burke paper was followed by several responses (Edwards, 1950; Pastore, 1950; Peters, 1950) and a rejoinder by Lewis and Burke (1950) . ...doi:10.1037/0033-2909.94.1.166 fatcat:65r2qswq2nbmvjb3o75m5efr2q
DOI: 10.1038/sj.bdj.2010.725 BRITISH DENTAL JOURNAL VOLUME 209 NO. 4 AUG 28 2010 151 The curate's egg Kevin Lewis, Director, Dental Protection Send your comments to the Editor-in-Chief, British Dental ...doi:10.1038/sj.bdj.2010.725 pmid:20798702 fatcat:dgbxf2uuovcsrfz7xwwu4dd7gu
We consider the Exact-Weight-H problem of finding a (not necessarily induced) subgraph H of weight 0 in an edge-weighted graph G. We show that for every H, the complexity of this problem is strongly related to that of the infamous k-Sum problem. In particular, we show that under the k-Sum Conjecture, we can achieve tight upper and lower bounds for the Exact-Weight-H problem for various subgraphs H such as matching, star, path, and cycle. One interesting consequence is that improving on thearXiv:1304.7558v1 fatcat:fsifijmt2vhojm3ovnfoyyhgqe
more »... ) upper bound for Exact-Weight-4-Path or Exact-Weight-5-Path will imply improved algorithms for 3-Sum, 5-Sum, All-Pairs Shortest Paths and other fundamental problems. This is in sharp contrast to the minimum-weight and (unweighted) detection versions, which can be solved easily in time O(n^2). We also show that a faster algorithm for any of the following three problems would yield faster algorithms for the others: 3-Sum, Exact-Weight-3-Matching, and Exact-Weight-3-Star.
Lecture Notes in Computer Science
This paper presents some important directions in the use of ontologybased semantics in achieving the vision of Autonomic Communications. We examine the requirements of Autonomic Communication with a focus on the demanding needs of ubiquitous computing environments, with an emphasis on the requirements shared with Autonomic Computing. We observe that ontologies provide a strong mechanism for addressing the heterogeneity in user task requirements, managed resources, services and context. We thendoi:10.1007/11520184_12 fatcat:6lqudg2x3vf67kfvms5mijpigy
more »... resent two complimentary approaches that exploit ontology-based knowledge in support of autonomic communications: service-oriented models for policy engineering and dynamic semantic queries using content-based networks. The paper concludes with a discussion of the major research challenges such approaches raise.
Systems of information transmission spontaneously evolve in Lewis signaling games. 2. ... Signaling systems are therefore the only stable equilibria in the 2 state, 2 signal, 2 act Lewis signaling game. ...doi:10.1007/s11229-009-9477-0 fatcat:3sde2zfvhjc2hdyfrxfjrs6ibi
In particular, we precondition using Lewis weights to obtain an isotropic matrix with fewer rows and strong upper bounds on all row norms. ... REGRESSION USING LEWIS WEIGHTS AND SGD REGRESSION USING LEWIS WEIGHTS AND SGD REGRESSION USING LEWIS WEIGHTS AND SGD REGRESSION USING LEWIS WEIGHTS AND SGD REGRESSION USING LEWIS WEIGHTS ... REGRESSION USING LEWIS WEIGHTS AND SGD REGRESSION USING LEWIS WEIGHTS AND SGD REGRESSION USING LEWIS WEIGHTS AND SGD REGRESSION USING LEWIS WEIGHTS AND SGD REGRESSION USING LEWIS WEIGHTS ...dblp:conf/colt/DurfeeLS18 fatcat:6jef4vo2nfeohlif6kyn4xaniu
Conner and Brown Page 8 Author Manuscript Author Manuscript Conner and Brown Page 18 Table 1 1 Optimization of reaction conditionsEntry Lewis acid Lewis acid equiv Acrylate equiv Yield (%) ... context of these efforts, we recently reported a catalytic enantioselective [2+2] cycloaddition of allenoates and alkenes (Scheme 1A). 2a These reactions likely function by association of the chiral Lewis ...doi:10.1016/j.tet.2016.02.028 pmid:27695139 pmcid:PMC5038599 fatcat:wwzcphlhc5d4rdwhsiu3e7lvkq
Lecture Notes in Computer Science
The advent of software radio technology and the resulting potential for dynamic access to the radio spectrum presents major new challenges in managing that access. These challenges arise from the likely spread of spectrum access decision-making authority well beyond existing regulatory authorities to a wide variety of co-existing market-based or open-access schemes. Policybased management mechanisms are proposed as a flexible means for defining the rules that determine spectrum allocationdoi:10.1007/11880905_23 fatcat:edihyup32fa3jimoaycdplatsa
more »... cally. However, many existing policy based mechanisms rely on a fixed organisation structure and so are insufficiently flexible to support combinations of central allocation, market mechanisms and commons usage. In this paper we present the application of a novel policy-based management mechanism based on self-managing communities to the management of policy authoring authority. We show how an existing implementation could be used to manage a software-based radio system and how this approach provides self-organisation of multiple groupings with differing goals and policies in the allocation of spectrum. This is illustrated by taking real world policy authoring scenario from the world first software radio test license.
., Lewis, Gonzalez, and Kaufman 2012; Wimmer and Lewis 2010) , less attention has been paid to the website's role in social mobilization. ...doi:10.15195/v1.a1 fatcat:6yp7gsk5vfao3htx6e3x6ahrta
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