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Migration and return migration: A new look at the Eastern Kentucky migration stream
(Southern Journal of Agricultural Economics, 1974-07)
Most studies of the economics of migration have implicitly assumed that migratory streams are homogeneous. However, migratory streams from one region to another consist of two distinct streams: a stream of first-time ...
Feature Extraction in Images
(Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 1971-10)
The problem considered is the extraction of features from a complicated set of images. In this approach the basic concepts used in the feature extraction process are: 1)an algorithm that enumerates regions; 2)a search for ...
Infant Rumination Syndrome
The infant rumination syndrome is an uncommon disorder difficult to differentiate from commoner conditions causing vomiting and weight loss. Its validity has recently been questioned. Its importance is heightened by the ...
Diagnosis and Treatment of Disorders of Defecation in Children
This article discusses the physiology of fecal continence and disorders of defecation in childhood.
Structure and melting of submonolayer ethane films on graphite
(American Physical Society, 1979)
Elastic neutron diffraction has been used to study the structure and melting of submonolayer ethane films physisorbed on exfoliated graphite. Analysis of the relative intensity of seven Bragg reflections of the film yields ...
Pre-1900 Selected Protestant Hynmody Development
This paper discusses a brief history of early hynmody, its origins, and evolution.
French Noel Variations of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries
The noel variation is by far the most popular style of organ music in France in the seventeenth and eighteen centuries as evidenced by the number of noel variations published. What inspired the noel variation and what ...
The Development of Musicianship in Junior High Incorporating the Kodaly Philosophy
The junior high course in general music should be a program that is both challenging and realistic. Every activity has one general purpose: the development of the student's musical intelligence so that the music he makes ...
Continuity Analysis: Exposition, First Movement Symphony no. 1, C Minor, Johannes Brahms
Continuity analysis is a study of the relationship of events in a composition to preceding events. The subject of this analysis at any point is a recurrence either of an aspect of a single note or of a note pattern. The ...
A Selective Bibliography of Arrangements of Shape-Note Melodies
This paper gives a listing of shape-note songs as arranged into modern musical notation.
An Analysis of the Published and Unpublished Compositions for Solo Voice and Piano or String Accompaniment by Jean Berger
This paper is an analysis and description of the published and unpublished compositions for solo voice and piano or string accompaniment by Jean Berger. This paper will serve to familiarize the reader with these songs. ...
The Goals of Reading Music and Singing as Related to the First and Second Grade
The first objective of this paper is to identify the fact that music reading as an acquired skill at the elementary level builds a foundation that will transfer to other musical activities, because the ability to read ...
Tonal Analysis of Six Sonatas for the Keyboard by Domenico Scarlatti
The purpose of this paper is to speculate upon the qualities in six representative Scarlatti sonatas which indicate that he could have used the meantone system with an entirely different result in performance. First, a ...
A Survey of Method Books for the Adult Beginner in Class Piano
This paper analyzes texts available for group adult piano study to determine appropriateness.
Some Problems about Being and Predication in Plato's Sophist 242-249
(Johns Hopkins University Press, 1976)
One of the central tasks which Plato sets for himself in the Sophist is to say what being is. In doing this he makes a variety of philosophical moves. The first is to show that non-being in a very restricted sense of the ...
Karl Czerny - Nineteenth Century Pedagogue
The Viennese pianist and teacher, Karl Czerny, inherited a tradition of pianoforte instruction that enabled him to hold the center of the pedagogical stage for the first half of the nineteenth century. Czerny was the pupil ...
Application of empirical interatomic potentials to the calculation of the structure and dynamics of paraffin molecules adsorbed on graphite
(American Physical Society, 1979)
The adsorption of a single molecule of ethane, propane, and butane on a basal-plane surface of graphite is investigated using empirically derived carbon-hydrogen and carbon-carbon potentials. The principal motivation for ...
Intramolecular and Surface Vibratory Modes of Butane Adsorbed on Graphite Observed by Inelastic Neutron Scattering
(American Physical Society, 1977)
Inelastic and elastic neutron scattering have been used to study the dynamics and structure of butane (C4H10) adsorbed on a graphitized carbon powder at 77 K. In addition to the intramolecular vibrations found in the bulk ...
Continuity, Function, and Rhythmic Structure Analysis of Sonata in G Minor by G. Tartini, First Movement
In this paper, the first movement of the sonata in G minor for violin written by G. Tartini has been analyzed according to three types of analysis: (1) continuity, (2) function, and (3) rhythmic structure. The purpose of ...
Aristotle on Responsibility for one's character and the possibility of character change
Aristotle's discussion of the voluntary and the involuntary occurs in Book III, chapters 1 through 5, of the Nicomachean Ethics. He is concerned to assess the conditions under which a) an action and b) a state of character ...