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The Adventures Of Reddy Fox

Thornton Waldo Burgess, born on January 14th, 1874 in Sandwich, Massachusetts, was the author of a great many childrens classics including this wonderful volume of The Adventures Of Reddy Fox. A conservationist he loved the raw, wild beauty of the n

The Finite Element Method for Initial Value Problems

Unlike most finite element books that cover time dependent processes (IVPs) in a cursory manner, The Finite Element Method for Initial Value Problems: Mathematics and Computations focuses on the mathematical details as well as app

The Finite Element Method for Boundary Value Problems

Written by two well-respected experts in the field, The Finite Element Method for Boundary Value Problems: Mathematics and Computations bridges the gap between applied mathematics and application-oriented computational studies using FEM. Mathematically rigorous, the FEM is presented as a method of approximation for differential operators that are mathematically classified as self-adjoint, non-self-adjoint, and non-linear, thus addressing totality of all BVPs in various areas of engineering, applied mathematics, and physical sciences. These classes of operators are utilized in various methods of approximation: Galerkin method, Petrov-Galerkin Method, weighted residual method, Galerkin method with weak form, least squares method based on residual functional, etc. to establish unconditionally stable finite element computational processes using calculus of variations. Readers are able to grasp the mathematical foundation of finite element method as well as its versatility of applications. h, p, and k-versions of finite element method, hierarchical approximations, convergence, error estimation, error computation, and adaptivity are additional significant aspects of this book.

Sustainable Energy and the Environment: A Clean Technology Approach

This book emerges from the recognition that energy, environment and ecosystems are dynamically and inextricably connected. The energy environment system must be addressed in its totality, so that we can devise sustainable solutions that incorporat

Which is p and Which is q?

Fully illustrated e book for ages 3-8Grandpa brings a box of wooden letters for Minki to practice her ABCs. He spells out words and Minki picks out the letters from the set. She enjoys doing this except that she isn't able to tell p and q apart. So when Grandpa spells out p-i-g, she picks q, i, and g. For q-u-e-e-n she picks p,u,e,e,n and for q-u-i-l-t, she takes out the letters p,u,i,l,t.Because Minki has so much trouble with p and q, she throws them out of the window. Angry and hurt, p and q stomp away to Word Fairy and announce they are never going back. With p and q missing, many words become meaningless. Now nobody can say 'please' because it has turned into 'lease.' The police station and the post office can't function and the queen must go into hiding! Which is p and Which is q? is a fun story about an important issue. Children between the ages 3 to 7 make occasional letter reversals while reading or writing. This is more likely to happen with letters that are mirror images of each other - like p and q, b and d, n and u. It doesn't mean the child is dyslexic or has a learning ability. With practice and some clues, as the letter shapes become more familiar, children get over the confusion. Which is p and Which is q? is an engaging tale parents/ caregivers and children will enjoy. It teaches several things in an entertaining way:1. How to make learning fun.2. It is normal to make mistakes.3. Children learn by practice.4. Actions have consequences: Minki's action makes p and q go away. Because p and q are miffed, words and sentences are in disarray!5. One can learn from mistakes. This is an 'anytime and for every one ' story, suitable for playtime or bedtime, and one that girls and boys will both enjoy. There is a FREE GIFT inside

Glitter N Gold

On the eve of my cardiothoracic surgery, on 4 February 2004, at the Care Hospital, Hyderabad, my friend Madhu Reddy presented me with Amitav Ghosh's The Glass Palace. Next morning when I woke up at 3 a.m, the surgery was many hours away. I decided no

Added Value - the life stories of Indian Business Leaders

The Life Stories of Indian Business Leaders Raghav Bahl - Network18 Rahul Bajaj - Bajaj Group Kishore Biyani - Future Group Subhash Chandra - Essel Group/Zee TV Anand Deshpande - Persistent Systems Ranji Dua - Dua Associates Arun Firodia - Kinetic Group of Companies R Gopinath - Air Deccan/Kingfisher Y K Hamied - Cipla Shahnaz Husain - Shahnaz Husain Group B N Kalyani - Bharat Forge Limited Habil Khorakiwala - Wockhardt Uday Kotak - Kotak Mahindra Harsh Mariwala - Marico Limited Subash Menon - Subex Narayana Murthy - Infosys CP Krishnan Nair - The Leela Palaces/Resorts Deepak Parekh - HDFC Bank Deepak Puri - Moser Baer India Limited A V S Raju - Nagarjuna Construction Company Ltd C K Ranganathan - CavinKare Arun Bharat Ram - SRF Limited G M Rao - GMR Group K Ravindranath - Global Hospitals Anji Reddy - Dr Reddy's Laboratories G V K Reddy - GVK Group Kiran Mazumdar Shaw - Biocon Ltd

Reading Spiritualities

The phenomenon of 'sacred text' has undergone radical deconstruction in recent times, reflecting how religion has broken out of its traditional definitions and practices, and how current literary theories have influenced texts inside the religious domain and beyond. Reading Spiritualities presents both commentary and vivid examples of this evolution, engaging with a variety of reading practices that work with traditional texts and those that extend the notion of 'text' itself. The contributors draw on a range of textual sites such as an interview, Caribbean literature, drama and jazz, women's writings, emerging church blogs, Neopagan websites, the reading practices of Buddhist nuns, empirical studies on the reading experiences of Gujarati, Christian and post-Christian women, Chicana short stories, the mosque, cinema, modern art and literature. These examples open up understandings of where and how 'sacred texts' are emerging and being reassessed within contemporary religious and spiritual contexts; and make room for readings where the spiritual resides not only in the textual, but in other unexpected places. Reading Spiritualities includes contributions from Graham Holderness, Ursula King, Michael N. Jagessar, David Jasper, Anthony G. Reddie, Michèle Roberts, and Heather Walton to reflect and encourage the interdisciplinary study of sacred text in the broad arena of the arts and social sciences. It offers a unique and well-focused 'snapshot' of the textual constructions and representations of the sacred within the contemporary religious climate - accessible to the general reader, as well as more specialist interests of students and researchers working in the crossover fields of religious, theological, cultural and literary studies.

Wonders and Splendours in Indian Fiction in English

Indian writers with artistic skill wove many interesting things into the fabric of their creative writings. The telling of the tale is interesting, and emits a unique aroma that captured the readers of all sections in India and abroad. The fictional world of the Indian Writers in English reflects contemporary life, present problems and changing human values The new nations in the making, the old traditions crumbling and the brave new world that rose out of the computerised world is preserved in the creative writings. The writings of Indian Fiction in English is a museum where every book has its own importance because it captured 'the change in time.' Any casual reading of a short story or a novel will not only make us think about the conditions prevalent in the society but also makes us evaluate our own contribution to the mankind. We wish that our critics analyses will rouse fresh interest in the young readers and they in turn will review the creative writings of Indians. Our scholars and critics with their keen insight and critical perspectives brought out the issues that are discussed plainly and also the hidden issues suggested in the works of writers like Kamala Markandeya, Rohinton Mistry, Bharathi Mukherjee, Bhavani Bhattachrya, Shobha De, Shashi Deshpande, Githa Hari Haran, Gita Mehta, Kamala Markandeya, P. Raja, Nayanatara Sahgal, Manju Kapoor, Jhumpa Lahari and Bama. Many scholars and critics instantly responded to our call for papers on Indian Fiction in English and contributed their critical musings to our anthology. We acknowledge the support of Prof Balasaheb Sande, Dr Basavaraj Naikar, Dr G. Domnic Savio, Prof D. Jockim, Dr R. Madhavi, Dr Hyacinth Pinks, Dr Archana Parashar, Dr Srirupa Bantrjee, Ms S.J. Kala, Dr Monisha Saxena, Dr Lily Arul Sharmila, Ms N. Chandra, Dr Sau. Seema Sanjay Jagtap, Dr Alka A. Bhise, Dr K Mangayarkarasi, Ms S. Sabita Shunmugrapriya, Dr K. Sunitha Reddy, Ms F. Mary Priya for their scholarly contributions in materi