Erscheinungsdatum: 13.09.2006, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Recent Advances in Parallel Virtual Machine and Message Passing Interface, Titelzusatz: 13th European PVM/MPI User's Group Meeting, Bonn, Germany, September 17-20, 2006, Proceedings, Redaktion: Mohr, Bernd // Larsson Treff, Jesper // Worringen, Joachim // Dongarra, Jack, Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH // Springer Berlin, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: Programmieren // EDV // Parallel // Distributed Data Processing // Informationssystem // Verteiltes System // Cluster // Grid Computing // Algorithmus // Compiler // Übersetzer // Programmiersprachen // Mathematik // Informatik // Computer // Theorie // Allgemeines // Schnittstelle // Informationstechnologie // IT // Technologie // Algorithmen und Datenstrukturen // Compiler und Übersetzer // Programmier // und Skriptsprachen // allgemein // Theoretische Informatik // Systemanalyse und // design // Parallelrechner // parallele Verarbeitung // Supercomputer // Verteilte Systeme // Informationstechnik // allgemeine Themen, Rubrik: Programmiersprachen, Seiten: 414, Abbildungen: Bibliographie, Reihe: Lecture Notes in Computer Science (Nr. 4192), Informationen: Book, Gewicht: 641 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
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Examination Thesis from the year 2017 in the subject Didactics - English - Literature, Works, grade: 1,0, University of Constance (Anglistik/Amerikanistik), language: English, abstract: Although the use of children in warfare is not a recent issue, child soldiering has received increasing attention throughout the past two decades. This trend led to a rapid increase of literary works that deal with the topic of child soldiers, both fictional and autobiographical. The topic of child soldiers often goes hand in hand with the topic of trauma and traumatization. Repeated exposure to overwhelming danger and life-threatening experiences can leave children with severe mental ill-health such as Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and personality changes. Literary works draw attention to the relationship between child soldiers and trauma as well as to the difficult relationship between trauma and representability in this context. This analysis attempts to contribute to the literary research of how trauma is represented in child soldier literature and to increase awareness of this topic on an academic level. As this analysis is meant to make a small contribution to the literary research on child soldier literature, it merely focuses on two narrations: Uzodinma Iweala's Beasts of No Nation (2006) and Emmanuel Jal's Warchild (2009). These two books were chosen based on the great differences of both the narrations and the authors'background. Beasts of No Nation (BoNN) tells a fictional story, whereas Warchild is an autobiography. Uzodinma Iweala is an African American writer with Nigerian roots and BoNN can be seen as a postmodern novel as it uses various postmodern and experimental narrative techniques. Emmanuel Jal (Jal), in contrast, was born and raised in Sudan and fought as a child soldier. Warchild is an autobiography about his life as a child soldier, before and afterwards. It mostly uses traditional narrative forms to recount Jal's experiences. Based on these differences, the two books can serve as good examples of how trauma can be represented in child soldier literature...
Essay from the year 2013 in the subject Business economics - Investment and Finance, grade: 2,0, International University of Applied Sciences Bad Honnef - Bonn, course: Current Issues in Accounting & Finance, language: English, abstract: In the past, key financial instruments were focusing on concepts like the return on investment, return on equity and return on capital employed. However, within recent years, the flaws of the named ratios made it difficult to thoroughly rely on such figures any longer. As one key drawback connected to those solely finance-related ratios was that all non-financial aspects are missed out on. Further, the economic value creation was not respected in past models. EVA®, economic value added, is a concept on the rise that counteracts the flaws of recent financial ratios. By accounting for both the capital charges for investors and creditors, it allows a more sophisticated look into the value creation of a company. However Stern Steward & Co, who founded EVA®, give recommendations, so called adjustments, in order to make EVA® even more effective as it is without. As economic decision are not only covered by introducing a new ratio, it is important to contrast and to integrated EVA® to other frequently used financial models. Here, the net present value calculation is used most when evaluating on whether or not to take on a project. Now, the author shows that EVA® even can be used for net present value calculations, which is usually done by taking into consideration future cash flows. Further, economic profit is not all a modern business has to care about. In this respect, cash management has evolved in becoming a crucial cornerstone in financial management. Hence, the author has compared the cash conversion cycle to the EVA®. The questions is, does liquidity also affect the EVA® result? Finally, the author concludes on whether or not EVA® can be regarded as 'the one financial ratio' an how it interplays with other important models used in modern companies.
The purpose of this paper is to analyse the post Taliban democratisation efforts undertaken, in order to install democracy in Afghanistan. Although, there are many elements of democratisation, however, the overall focus of this dissertation is on the post-Taliban elections. To know the perception of democracy from the Afghans perspective, how they view it and what are their expectations from democracy. To link the historical and existing structures and how they can complement each other based the recent constitutional reforms and democratic process. To understand and analyse what steps have been taken after the Bonn conference to reinforce democracy and democratic governance in Afghanistan. Similarly, to know what shortcomings in this process were and how it could have been done differently which would have avoided flaws in the current system, introduced based on the Bonn process. This book is a comprehensive examination of the question Are post-elections a good tool for deepening a peace process and stability
Bachelor Thesis from the year 2011 in the subject Communications - Media and Politics, Politic Communications, grade: 2,0, University of Bonn (Anglistik), language: English, abstract: "Lotus Revolution" (Egypt State Information Service1), "18-Day Revolution"(Armbruster 2011), "Nile Revolution" (Murdock February 8, 2011), "FacebookRevolution" (Herrera February 12, 2011) - what happened in Egypt at the beginning of2011 was given many different titles. Some even call it "the most unexpecteddevelopment in modern Egyptian history" (Sharp 2011b: 2). After 18 days of protestsin Cairo and other cities all over Egypt, the Egyptian people made their PresidentHosni Mubarak resign. He had been ruling the country for almost 30 years and hispeople wanted to get rid of him and his regime. That was their goal and that is whatthey achieved.Of course there were international reactions to the uprisings from all over theworld. "Numerous press reports [...] have recounted feelings of popular empowermentand pride inspired by the exploits of Egypt's young protesters" (Sharp 2011b: 5).During the revolution, European leaders urged "Egypt's transition to a newgovernment" at the beginning of February (Murdock February 4), while China blockedthe word "Egypt" from a twitter-like micro blogging website, according to AssociatedPress (quoted by Al Jazeera 2011).Further, when considering recent developments inLibya and Syria, other Middle Eastern countries seem to be inspired by the revolutionsin both Tunisia and Egypt. After Mubarak had stood down on February 11, thereactions were even stronger - "Today, we are all Egyptians", stated Norwegian PrimeMinister Jens Stoltenberg and David Cameron suggested "We should teach theEgyptian revolution in our schools" (ESIS 2011).However, the United States seem to keep a particularly eager eye on the mostpopulous country of the Middle East. Souad Mekhennet, New York Times and ZDFcorrespondent, states in an interview with the German medium magazine that"curiously, the American media reacted much faster than the European" when it comesto reporting about the Egyptian revolution (Milz 2011: 20). Moreover, she adds that thelarge US media outlets' reporting on the topic is "much more continuous and broader"(ibid.), giving a lot more background information on the region. This special attentionis most likely due to the fact that for the United States, Egypt is a highly importantactor when it comes to foreign policy in the region. [...]