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Prachin Yog Vidya Avam Bhartiy Darshan

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Gramin Vyavastha Evam Vikendrikaran Vishleshanatmak Adhyayan

Author : Dr. Dushyant Kumar
ISBN : 9781365846168
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Author : विभोर कुमार मालविया
ISBN : 9781312734562
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Author : Dr. Jay Kiran
ISBN : 9781365552755
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Otba English Hindi Science Social Science And Maths

Author : Saraswati Experts
ISBN : 9789350411551
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Proceedings Of National Seminar

Author : Dr. Dharam Das Vishwakarma
Genre : Education
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The following book is an academic, non-fiction, research publication of original research papers presented in National Research Seminar held on 26 - 28 February, 2011 at Government Autonomous P.G. College, Chhindwara, Madhya Pradesh. We all know that, conservation of resources of Earth is essential to make the life to exist. In contemporary time this issue is arising as a challenging question in front of this beautiful world. On the same pace, present book is the collection of 34 research papers presented in National Research Seminar on the topic of Land use, Land cover change, Water Resource Management, Tourism Development and Biodiversity in Madhya Pradesh. These research papers are relevant on the introspection and analysis of the various issues of land, forest and water. This work will prove relevant in the direction of making this blue planet a place of worthy life.


Author : William A. Adkins
ISBN : 0387978399
Genre : Mathematics
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This book is designed as a text for a first-year graduate algebra course. The choice of topics is guided by the underlying theme of modules as a basic unifying concept in mathematics. Beginning with standard topics in groups and ring theory, the authors then develop basic module theory, culminating in the fundamental structure theorem for finitely generated modules over a principal ideal domain. They then treat canonical form theory in linear algebra as an application of this fundamental theorem. Module theory is also used in investigating bilinear, sesquilinear, and quadratic forms. The authors develop some multilinear algebra (Hom and tensor product) and the theory of semisimple rings and modules and apply these results in the final chapter to study group represetations by viewing a representation of a group G over a field F as an F(G)-module. The book emphasizes proofs with a maximum of insight and a minimum of computation in order to promote understanding. However, extensive material on computation (for example, computation of canonical forms) is provided.

Dictionary Of Computing

Author : Simon Collin
ISBN : 9781408102251
Genre : Computers
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Provides coverage of the terms used in computing, including hardware, software, program languages, networks and applications, e-commerce and the Internet. Supplements include tables of codes and programming languages.

Breaking Ground

Author : Lynda V. Mapes
ISBN : 9780295998800
Genre : Social Science
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In 2003, a backhoe operator hired by the state of Washington to work on the Port Angeles waterfront discovered what a larger world would soon learn. The place chosen to dig a massive dry dock was atop one of the largest and oldest Indian village sites ever found in the region. Yet the state continued its project, disturbing hundreds of burials and unearthing more than 10,000 artifacts at Tse-whit-zen village, the heart of the long-buried homeland of the Klallam people. Excitement at the archaeological find of a generation gave way to anguish as tribal members working alongside state construction workers encountered more and more human remains, including many intact burials. Finally, tribal members said the words that stopped the project: "Enough is enough." Soon after, Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe chairwoman Frances Charles asked the state to walk away from more than $70 million in public money already spent on the project and find a new site. The state, in an unprecedented and controversial decision that reverberated around the nation, agreed. In search of the story behind the story, Seattle Times reporter Lynda V. Mapes spent more than a year interviewing tribal members, archaeologists, historians, city and state officials, and local residents and business leaders. Her account begins with the history of Tse-whit-zen village, and the nineteenth- and twentieth-century impacts of contact, forced assimilation, and industrialization. She then engages all the voices involved in the dry dock controversy to explore how the site was chosen, and how the decisions were made first to proceed and then to abandon the project, as well as the aftermath and implications of those controversial choices. This beautifully crafted and compassionate account, illustrated with nearly 100 photographs, illuminates the collective amnesia that led to the choice of the Port Angeles construction site. "You have to know your past in order to build your future," Charles says, recounting the words of tribal elders. Breaking Ground takes that teaching to heart, demonstrating that the lessons of Tse-whit-zen are teachings from which we all may benefit.

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