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Co-simulation as a Fundamental Technology for Twin Ships

Lars Ivar Hatledal, Robert Skulstad, Guoyuan Li, Arne Styve, Houxiang Zhang
2020 Modeling, Identification and Control  
However, issues related to integration of heterogeneous systems and hardware, memory, and CPU utilization makes implementing such a digital twin in a monolithic or centralized manner undesirable.  ...  The paper does not present a complete, ready-to-use digital twin. Rather it presents the preliminary results, procedure, and enabling technologies used towards realizing one.  ...  Acknowledgement This work was supported in part by the Project "Digital Twins for Vessel Life Cycle Service", under Grant 280703 from Research Council of Norway, and in part by the Project "SFI Offshore  ... 
doi:10.4173/mic.2020.4.2 fatcat:pc2fdojj3fd75ehqw3tr5ataoy

A Generic, Four-Layered, Functional Architecture Based Framework for Rapid Development of Multi-Domain Cyber-Physical Systems

DA MING CHAM
2021
CPS design principles can be applied to build systems for many domains, such as manufacturing, medical, and transportation.  ...  Existing CPS design frameworks are domain-specific and unable to integrate multi-domain systems, limiting application functionality, and scalability.  ...  [60] introduced an opensource framework Ptolemy II [61] as a tool for heterogeneous, concurrent modelling and design that allows a combination of discrete and continuous models.  ... 
doi:10.26180/14332676.v1 fatcat:77lwkwlvmrbxdcf4mfgxskglee

(PDF/eBook) Deconstructing Time, 3rd Edition: Illustrated Essay-blogs About the Human Experience of Time

Rick Doble
2017 Figshare  
Individual blog articles were also published separately for the academic community as PDF documents at Academia.edu and Figshare.com and have recorded over 2000 views and downloads.  ...  Doble's work has consistently been in the top 2-5% of documents accessed at Academia.edu. A number of articles have been reprinted on the Internet by various websites.  ...  Symbolic culture is an environment of virtual entities lacking counterparts in the real world.  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.5160994.v1 fatcat:l3kubvw7szbjnms5dyefmpksuu

Politics on the Football Field: An Overview of the Relationship between Ideology and Sport in Serbia

2019 Этнографическое обозрение  
topics of national identity and folk tradition, as well as to changes in the status of ethnology and anthropology among the humanities.  ...  in the conditions of desired interdisciplinarity and "project" research, as well as paneuropean and international mobility and connection, that lead to changes in the relationship toward "classic" ethnological  ...  Fields of research: customary law, material culture, ethnographic museology and heritology, science fiction, virtual/digital worlds and digital culture as a whole.  ... 
doi:10.31857/s086954150007376-3 fatcat:zn643noe55gxba7wyfjyjigari

A–E [chapter]

2021 Dictionary of World Biography  
As Prince Leopold of Anhalt-Cöthen's music director 1717-23, he composed much vivacious instrumental and orchestral music, including four orchestral suites, six suites for solo cello, three sonatas and  ...  His invention of a type of bridge which could be carried in sections and quickly erected solved many problems of military transport in World War II and was later adapted for civilian use. .  ...  He was employed by *Ptolemy III as librarian at Alexandria.  ... 
doi:10.22459/dwb.2021.04 fatcat:qjofom7sazbqboanb2qwx7g7by

Commentary [chapter]

Ingo Gildenhard, Louise Hodgson
2014 Cicero, On Pompey's Command (De Imperio), 27–49  
Our digital publishing model also allows us to produce online supplementary material, including extra chapters, reviews, links and other digital resources.  ...  (For realizable wishes, as the grammar buffs among you will know, Latin uses the present subjunctive for a situation in the present and the perfect subjunctive for a situation in the past; for unrealizable  ...  Further Resources 273 Example: 'Peering in maps for ports and piers and roads' (The Merchant of Venice, Act 1, Scene 1). praeteritio: a Latin term that means 'passing over'; as a rhetorical figure it refers  ... 
doi:10.11647/obp.0045.03 fatcat:ko4qxsdobze7vjyzp4a32vf7de

Richard F. Wetzell. Inventing the Criminal: A History of German Criminology, 1880–1945. (Studies in Legal History.) xvi + 348 pp., bibl., index.Chapel Hill/London: University of North Carolina Press, 2000. $39.95

Andre Wakefield
2002 Isis  
as an integral part of life and regarded positively.  ...  Driver encourages us to think of the RGS as a "coalition of interests" rather than as an organization with one orchestrated position, an "information exchange rather than a center of calculation" (pp.  ...  These devices did play a noticeable part in the economy and science of the country and expressed a high competitiveness of the GDR in the framework of COMECON as well.  ... 
doi:10.1086/343270 fatcat:cwunlznmpvba5f7mibgfrqmfam

C. Wright Mills. Letters and Autobiographical Writings. Edited by, Kathryn Mills and Pamela Mills. Introduction by, Dan Wakefield. xxviii + 378 pp., illus., apps., bibl., index.Berkeley/Los Angeles/London: University of California Press, 2000. $34.95

Robert C. Bannister
2002 Isis  
Driver encourages us to think of the RGS as a "coalition of interests" rather than as an organization with one orchestrated position, an "information exchange rather than a center of calculation" (pp.  ...  as an integral part of life and regarded positively.  ...  "We live intimately 'as' and 'in' a biological world" (p. 25, italics in original), but it is a world that is historically contingent on and tied to culture.  ... 
doi:10.1086/343331 fatcat:7dzhwm44gbgcjkqdtqhlsyu6om

Vision, Folly and Balance: Imperial Approaches to Commerce and War in the Roman Near East, 27 BCE-180 CE

Michael E. Paranac
2017
Few occurrences in antiquity are as widely discussed by a diverse, ancient authorship as transcontinental commerce between the Mediterranean Sea and East Asia.  ...  These findings throw light on previous topical historiography and propose a different approach to writing—and understanding—a Roman commercial history.  ...  More importantly for our purposes, Pius pursued no warfare in the East-he actually continued building projects and successfully sent diplomats a looming Parthian invasion at the end of his reign. 146  ... 
doi:10.7916/d8639wnm fatcat:s67inspb4bc5jc5mlfzhhvstdu

After the Human: Theory and Sociology in the Age of Fractal Ambiguity, Dromology, and Emergent Epi-spaces

Joel Crombez
unpublished
friendship because and in spite of our theory conversations.  ...  A very special thanks is due to Dr. Harry F. Dahms, the chair of my thesis committee and mentor.  ...  As we move into these spaces, our reliance for the future is not found in nature but in the machine, for nature will continue on as a world-without-us (and beyond that as a universe-without-us), but a  ... 
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Intergenerational geographies of race and gender

Adam Maxlind Hantel
2015
Second, it argues that Caribbean philosophy answers Wynter's challenge to think the human in its multiplicity, as an expression of our shared and interdependent lives still singular and differential.  ...  First, following the work of Sylvia Wynter and Frantz Fanon, it develops methodological tools for mapping experiments in collective life currently unintelligible to conventional understandings of the human  ...  Feminism has approached subject and object as a question of "interaction," for instance, or the meeting of pre-formed entities in a field of power rather than as Barad's preferred term of "intraaction"  ... 
doi:10.7282/t3057hxs fatcat:etstfrvc2bf5fgqxrjo3bnqkke

PROGRAM AND ABSTRACT BOOK The Renaissance Society of America Executive Board

William Kennedy, Elizabeth Cropper, Michael Allen, James Grubb, John Monfasani, Marion Leathers Kuntz, John O'malley, David Rosand, Elizabeth Story Donno, Honorary Member, George Labalme, Honorary Member
unpublished
by Genevra Sforza and Giovanni II Bentivoglio as a team in the creation and promotion of their children, whom they used in an attempt to dominate Bologna.  ...  And how do the digital images stack up against the originals? Prints as CoMMuniCators and the diversity of audienCe ii: PlaCes and Paintings (Cont'd.)  ...  In fact, it is only really in this very moment that, for a variety of motives, Deleuze and Benjamin are being taken up in conferences and projects that are proposing to redefine the Baroque.  ... 
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The Question Concerning Identification: A Tetradic Analysis of the Alberta Birth Certificate

Jan L. Buterman
2017
I uncover the history of birth registration and certification in Alberta, including an overview of the specifications and components used in this technology today, as well as the local, national, and international  ...  Locating my research within a media ecology framework, I use McLuhan and McLuhan's Laws of Media to help us understand that instead of being neutral, technology is an active utterance of the human mind  ...  This email and any files transmitted with it are confidential and intended solely for the use of the individual or entity to whom they are addressed.  ... 
doi:10.7939/r3zc7s644 fatcat:bh3pvcts7fhzvbt465ln2dwnwu

A STUDY OF THE RECEPTION OF THE LIFE AND DEATH OF THE NEO-PLATONIST PHILOSOPHER HYPATIA OF ALEXANDRIA IN AMENABAR'S FILM AGORÁ

Gillian Van Der Heijden
2016 unpublished
Neoplatonism developed from the Greek philosophers, Socrates, Plato and Aristotle over a period of centuries. The learned proponents of Neoplatonic philosophies were viewed as elitists.  ...  for any degree or examination at any other university; This dissertation does not contain other persons' data, pictures, graphs or other information, unless specifically acknowledged as being sourced from  ...  For some that is peace and satisfaction, adding fullness and wonderment to one's own entity as a living individual within this great creation, if only for a fraction of timeless eternity.  ... 
fatcat:op45pefzdjdevdpinhgacfokku

Science and Poetry in Imperial Rome: Manilius, Lucan, and the Aetna

Patrick Glauthier
2017
As a result, it allows us to see that scientific inquiry itself constitutes a dynamic and multifaceted area of creative literary activity in Early Imperial Rome.  ...  It argues that despite generic and thematic differences, these works participate in a common dialogue and therefore can benefit from being read side by side.  ...  206, 545 digits. 8 What matters for us, however, is a literary point.  ... 
doi:10.7916/d8057nwx fatcat:wc4lmgqoyzh57eseaczca6p45a
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