Trois artistes tunisiennes: Nicène Kossentini, Mouna Karray et Moufida Fedhila
Michèle Cohen Hadria interviewe trois artistes tunisiennes; Nicène Kossentini, Mouna Karray et Moufida Fedhila. Chaque interview parle du travail, depuis la révolution en la Tunisie, de chacune de ces artistes et présente une discussion dans un contexte politique de la Tunisie contemporaine.
Nee en Tunisie, Michèle Cohen Hadria est une critique d'art independent et vie en Paris.
Dämonen über Luxemburg (German Edition)
Die Hölle auf Erden ist grausame Wirklichkeit. Das Informationszeitalter ist Geschichte, von den Heerscharen des Teufels blutig in den Boden gestampft. Um den letzten freien Radiosender mit dringend benötigten Ersatzteilen zu versorgen, entsendet die Herrin von Köln zwei ihrer besten Kämpfer in die Eifel: Tankred, der außer übermenschlichen Kräften ein düsteres Geheimnis besitzt, und den Vampir Corbeau, dessen Sündenregister die Polizeiakten mehrerer Jahrhunderte füllt. Und das nicht allein wegen seiner Liebe zu Männern.
Die neue Partnerschaft steht allerdings auf tönernen Füßen. Schon beim ersten Gefecht zerbricht das Vertrauen zwischen den beiden ungleichen Männern. Da greifen die Dämonen aus Luxemburg den Radiosender an ...
Communicating with Cancer Patients (English Edition)
Published in association with the European Society of Medical Oncology, this book is designed for trainee oncologists, oncology nurses, and those working with cancer patients on a day-to-day basis. Using an accessible writing style suitable for a wide audience of caregivers, the book focuses on the "soft skills" required in communicating with patients.
Topics include the aetiology of cancer, diagnosis and staging, and explaining the purpose of treatment, including chemotherapy, hormone treatment, and immunological and gene-based therapies. The book also discusses patient support groups, monitoring remission, and relapse. Communicating with Cancer Patients is written by UK oncologists but has wide international application.Readmore …
Industrial Deployment of System Engineering Methods (English Edition)
A formal method is not the main engine of a development process, its contribution is to improve system dependability by motivating formalisation where useful. This book summarizes the results of the DEPLOY research project on engineering methods for dependable systems through the industrial deployment of formal methods in software development. The applications considered were in automotive, aerospace, railway, and enterprise information systems, and microprocessor design.
The project introduced a formal method, Event-B, into several industrial organisations and built on the lessons learned to provide an ecosystem of better tools, documentation and support to help others to select and introduce rigorous systems engineering methods. The contributing authors report on these projects and the lessons learned. For the academic and research partners and the tool vendors, the project identified improvements required in the methods and supporting tools, while the industrial partners learned about the value of formal methods in general. A particular feature of the book is the frank assessment of the managerial and organisational challenges, the weaknesses in some current methods and supporting tools, and the ways in which they can be successfully overcome.
The book will be of value to academic researchers, systems and software engineers developing critical systems, industrial managers, policymakers, and regulators.Readmore …
The Secrets of Alchemy (Alchemical Manuscripts Book 25) (English Edition)
Khalid Persica gives instructions on making the Philosopher's Stone, including information omitted by other alchemists. It is not all-inclusive, however: Persica espects the student to fill in the gaps from the teachings of other Philosophers. Many potential pitfalls are detailed. The examples in the text clarify a number of important alchemical principles, and are very easy to understand. Once the Stone is achieved, Persica goes on to describe how to create with it a Great Medicine. Secreta Alchemiæ (The Secrets of Alchemy) was written in Hebrew in about the 8th century A.D. This work was studied by the great alchemists including Paracelsus, Basil Valentine, and many others. It was translated into Persian and then into Latin. Finally, William Salmon (1644–1713) translated the work into English.
The work was added to the R.A.M.S. (Restorers of Alchemical Manuscripts) library by Hans W. Nintzel in the early 1980's.