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Een en ander over Richard Gibson

1910 Oud-Holland  
Een en ander over Richard Gibson DOOR A. BREDIUS. VER dezen dwergschilder doet W AI:POLE in zijn He deel 1) eenige mededeelingen.  ...  Deze leefden meest allen in Nederland zooals wij zien zullen. 4 Maart 1679 huurt de Heer RICHARD GIBSON, schilder van Haere Hoogheijt Mevrouwe de Princesse van Oranje een huis aan de Oostzijde van de Boeckhorststraat  ...  DIRCK GIBSON, Mr. beelthouwer in den Haag. 1699. Acten over HENDRICK en JOHANNA GIBSON (Prot. Not. DEN HAEN.) 8 April 1705 maken DIRCK GIBSON en AGATHA DE HARTOGE hun Testament voor Not.  ... 
doi:10.1163/18750176-90000084 fatcat:kpqlq4amgzauhpsycibqmgo4qm

J.K. Gibson-Graham, Stephen A. Resnick, and Richard D. Wolff — Class and its Others; J.K. Gibson-Graham, Stephen A. Resnick, and Richard D. Wolff — Re/presenting Class: Essays in Postmodern Marxism

John Henry Harter
2003 Left history  
Resnick, and Richard D. Wolf.  ...  Gibson-Graham and Phillip O'Neil's case study of an Australian transnational corporation in Re/presenting Class.  ... 
doi:10.25071/1913-9632.5524 fatcat:wirrghjhqnejvmfhgkjri5s5j4

Sheila Gibson RIBA, AA DIP (Hons), FSA

Richard Hodges
2002 Papers of The British School at Rome  
'Dead archaeology', Sir Mortimer Wheeler wrote, 'is the driest dust that blows', 1 but for so many fortunate archaeologists Sheila Gibson recorded their unprepossessing standing buildings in a style that  ...  RICHARD HODGES BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE WORKS OF SHEILA GIBSON CAMBRIDGESHIRE, GREAT BRITAIN Pages: 275 (below), 277.  ...  The bibliography was compiled by Sarah Court with contributions by Margaret Browne, Amanda Claridge, Janet DeLaine, Galit Goldshmid, Richard Hodges, Henry Hurst, Michael Jones, Roger Ling, Judith McKenzie  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0068246200002087 fatcat:y7r4pjeykbh57punq46ajsg5pu

The Algerian Revolution Begins

Richard Gibson
1963 Monthly review  
doi:10.14452/mr-014-11-1963-03_2 fatcat:67wyzts47zho3ibbm2uo3tkqvy

Studia Sinaitica. No. VII. Margaret Dunlop Gibson

Richard Gottheil
1901 The American Journal of Semitic Languages and Literatures  
Gibson prefers to render, “of the Rolls.”  ...  Gibson has edited the Arabic manuscript numbered 154 in her catalogue.  ... 
doi:10.1086/369430 fatcat:vpq5uawbunhaza5buytb3zybci

Galactic Sodium from AGB Stars [article]

Robert G. Izzard, Brad K. Gibson, Richard J. Stancliffe
2006 arXiv   pre-print
Izzard, Gibson and Stancliffe GCE Models We have implemented our stellar models and SNeIa into the Chiappini, Matteucci and Gratton (1997) dual-infall homogeneous GCE model adopting the instantaneous  ... 
arXiv:astro-ph/0612390v1 fatcat:mrq5wdohcbbbnigepsbesarinu

The "Visual Cliff"

Eleanor J. Gibson, Richard D. Walk
1960 Scientific American  
This simple apparatus is used to investigate depth perception in different animals. All species thus far tested seem able to perceive and avoid a sharp drop as soon as they can move about.
doi:10.1038/scientificamerican0460-64 fatcat:ljjuidcywzdonmm6kmwdtmmxsq

Irrigation's Impact on Society

Richard B. Woodbury, Theodore E. Downing, McGuire Gibson
1974 Ethnohistory  
theoretical viewpoint (Gibson, Lees) .  ...  Notions of cycles expressed by Adams, Gibson, and Lees were arrived at independently either through a consideration of environment in a common geographical area (Adams, Gibson) , or as part of a shared  ... 
doi:10.2307/480962 fatcat:sgbx36nflnc47lhyxqejsnjjia

Learning Basic English

Thomas Clark Pollock, I. A. Richards, Christine Gibson
1947 College English  
Richards and Christine Gibson, Learning Basic English. New York: W. W. Norton & Co., 1945. Pp. 116. Books 211 pettish and arrogant as to be of questionable value for the student of language.  ...  Richards, and approved by Winston Churchill.  ... 
doi:10.2307/371261 fatcat:oxcy6e4p2fefznin2aqhbcfg4u

The Natural Stories Corpus [article]

Richard Futrell, Edward Gibson, Hal Tily, Idan Blank, Anastasia Vishnevetsky, Steven T. Piantadosi, Evelina Fedorenko
2017 arXiv   pre-print
and Thomas, 1999; Grodner and Gibson, 2005; Vasishth et al., 2010) .  ...  For instance, models of comprehension difficulty based on memory integration cost during parsing (Gibson, 2000; Lewis and Vasishth, 2005; Schuler et al., 2010; van Schijndel et al., 2013) will predict  ... 
arXiv:1708.05763v1 fatcat:nlich7ccivf6jgpc7zrs7eoh6m

Convex Colour Sieves [chapter]

Stuart Gibson, Richard Harvey, Graham Finlayson
2003 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Sieves and their variants are established processors for simplifying greyscale images. Because combined outputs of these filters satisfy the scale-space causality property they are often referred to as scalespace filters although they have quite different characteristics compared to systems based around diffusion. In this paper we implement several possible extensions of sieves for colour images which include: applying the processor on separate channels; and enforcing an ordering on the colour
more » ... ectors. We show that a new definition, based on convex hulls in colour space, can lead to an effective algorithm. As with the greyscale method, the colour sieve produces a tree-based representation of image that form the first step to a meaningful hierarchical decomposition.
doi:10.1007/3-540-44935-3_38 fatcat:7kmkufamgfhfzlvo2k5bvgfb3q

Analysis and Evaluation of Visual Cues in Graphical Interpolators

Darrell Gibson, Richard Polfreman
2022 Zenodo  
Graphical interpolators provide a simple mechanism for synthesis-based sound design by offering a level of abstraction above the synthesis parameters. These systems supply users with two sensory modalities in the form of sonic output from the synthesis engine and visual feedback from the interface. A number of graphical interpolator systems have been developed over the years that provide users with different visual cues, via the graphical display. This study compares user interactions with six
more » ... nterpolation systems that have alternative visualizations, in order to investigate the impact that the interface's different visual cues have on the process of locating sounds within the space. We also present a dimension space analysis of the interpolators and compare this with the user studies to explore its predictive potential in evaluating designs. The outcomes from our study help to better understand design considerations for graphical interpolators and will inform future designs.
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6573474 fatcat:jo4lm5cavrb5lgt4uzza5pf65i

Generalizing dependency distance

Richard Futrell, Roger Levy, Edward Gibson
2017 Physics of Life Reviews  
Richard Futrell ∗ , Roger Levy, Edward Gibson Received 16 June 2017; accepted 20 June 2017  ...  Springer; 2015. p. 3–16. [16] Shain C, van Schijndel M, Futrell R, Gibson E, Schuler W. Memory access during incremental sentence processing causes reading time latency.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.plrev.2017.06.023 pmid:28663014 fatcat:h464mm7iszbodgc56hirfjnc2u

Analysis and Evaluation of Visual Cues in Graphical Interpolators

Darrell Gibson, Richard Polfreman
2022 Zenodo  
Graphical interpolators provide a simple mechanism for synthesis-based sound design by offering a level of abstraction above the synthesis parameters. These systems supply users with two sensory modalities in the form of sonic output from the synthesis engine and visual feedback from the interface. A number of graphical interpolator systems have been developed over the years that provide users with different visual cues, via the graphical display. This study compares user interactions with six
more » ... nterpolation systems that have alternative visualizations, in order to investigate the impact that the interface's different visual cues have on the process of locating sounds within the space. We also present a dimension space analysis of the interpolators and compare this with the user studies to explore its predictive potential in evaluating designs. The outcomes from our study help to better understand design considerations for graphical interpolators and will inform future designs.
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6798234 fatcat:jvixwz2u7fctvlpo2rzq3lmbfi

Tory anti-exclusionism in church and state: Richard Thompson of Bristol in 1678–85

William Gibson
2016 Seventeenth century  
This article examines the career of Richard Thompson, briefly Dean of Bristol in 1685, as an example of a clergyman of Tory royalist and anti-exclusion principles.  ...  The two leading royalists incumbents, who had been active in that cause since the 1640s, Richard Towgood, the dean of Bristol, and Richard Standfast, rector of Christ Church, were aging and in decline.  ...  Richard Thompson's life has not been well-covered, partly because the sources are scattered.  ... 
doi:10.1080/0268117x.2016.1196603 fatcat:xhb6w2ahyfdchjwolc7vjgvybe
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