All societies have governance structures.
As a foundation for structures, earth must be dry and firm.
The Get Building series introduces children to the concept of structures - both man-made and natural.
More than 25 percent of those structures sustained major damage or were destroyed, and reports of damaged structures are almost certain to grow.
Every logical approach to information comes with its own kind of information structures.
“More challenging is inferring representational structures over which parameters are optimized.
Structures that are found inside a cell, such as the nucleus, are called sub-cellular structures .
The male structures are disk-shaped with scalloped edges; the female structures have nine fingerlike projections.
Alternatively, through the exercise of reflexivity, agents modify social structures by acting outside the constraints the structures place on them.
The same is true for the rootlike and stem structures in bryophytes, none of which contain vascular structures and thus are not true roots or stems.
The system uses a machine-learning technique known as "free modelling" to help it predict protein structures when no similar structures of protein are available.
According to in rebus structuralism, no abstract structures exist over and above the systems that instantiate them; structures exist only in the systems that instantiate them.
But it would be wrong to regard this as in any way a repudiation of the structures studied in classical mathematics: inconsistent structures represent an addition to known structures.
Another central idea of Ludwig’s program is the description of intra- and inter-theoretical approximations by means of “uniform structures”, a mathematical concept lying between topological and metrical structures.
Rather, Weyl regarded the metric and affine structures as fundamental and showed that the conformal and the projective structures respectively arise from those structures by mathematical abstraction.
Manuscripts reporting new and unpublished three-dimensional structures must include sufficient supporting data and detailed descriptions of the methodologies used to allow the reproduction and validation of the structures.
Earth-related structures include paving (walks, roads, terraces, patios) and change-of-level structures (retaining walls, steps, ramps, bridges), which must be made of materials that will resist decay, such as brick, stone, concrete, asphalt.
Given the insight that not only cyclic structures of reference can lead to paradox, but also certain types of non-wellfounded structures, it becomes interesting to study further these structures of reference and their potential in characterising the necessary and sufficient conditions for paradoxicality.
We're committed to putting in place all of the governance structures and all of the management structures and appropriate operating structures in the FAI to enable the staff within the FAI to feel proud of the organisation, and enable people outside the staff to feel proud of the organisation; to have trust and confidence in it.
In the remainder of this article the structures of the different emotions will be considered under three headings (though it should be borne in mind that the structures of any emotion are always integrated into an organic whole): (1) physical structures, including overt behaviour, neurology, and physiology; (2) experiential structures, or how an emotion is experienced by the subject; and (3) social structures, including cultural causes and circumstances, the social meaning and function of emotional expressions, the social effects of emotional behaviour, the political causes and effects of emotional behaviour, and the ethical considerations that determine the nature and appropriateness of emotions.
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In the remainder of this article the structures of the different emotions will be considered under three headings though it should be borne in mind that the structures of any emotion are always integrated into an organic whole 1 physical structures including overt behaviour neurology and physiology 2 experiential structures or how an emotion is experienced by the subject and 3 social structures including cultural causes and circumstances the social meaning and function of emotional expressions the social effects of emotional behaviour the political causes and effects of emotional behaviour and the ethical considerations that determine the nature and appropriateness of emotions