The term sequence has a great role in real Analysis. The generalized notion of single sequences are the double sequences. Every double sequence is an infinite matrix. various types of linear spaces of double sequences are constucted and studied their properties. The difference operator is used on the double sequences to construct a new double sequence. The double sequences may be bounded, unbounded, convergent, non-convergent or some other. Depending on the behaviour of the sequences the sequence spaces are constructed and some properties of functional analysis are established. The book intends the role of infinite matrices to construct sequence spaces. Efforts have been done for the readers belonging to Analysis, Linear algebra and functional analysis. The studies on double sequence spaces are new in functional analysis. A few works have been done on the studies of difference double sequence spaces. Hope that readers will be benefited for introducing new ideas from this book. A complete development on the studies of double sequences and difference operator is depicted in the first chapter of the book. In the remaining two chapters some new results are added.
In the adaptation process of heritage buildings new extensions are required to create additional spaces because of the functional changes. Masonry structures bring some limitations while adding new extensions; however these challenges make building unique in terms of identity. This research investigates the relationship between the existing building and its extension in terms of structural system and design approach. The data is collected through analysis of the buildings, which take place in the literature. 20 case studies are selected randomly from the literature and categorized according to the location of the extension within the existing building. Secondly, effect of extension to the structure and the design approach has been examined. Lastly, an empirical research has been done under the light of the analysis. The study emphasizes the constraints that must be cared in the extension design. It claims to be a reference for the designers that are working on contemporary extensions and heritage buildings. The main goal of the research is to raise the awareness of the issue and to create a base for the other researchers as a guideline to develop this study further.
The university is a place where students come to acquire knowledge and skills. It also is a collection of spaces where they can discover and develop their capacities to create and perform on a larger stage than family and neighborhood. Some of this informal learning is accomplished through living in a university community, where courses and curricula correspond to those at comparable institutions but spaces and places for informal learning vary widely. Here I analyze space and place at three universities, and in three study-abroad programs that expand spaces for formal education but vary in their ability to enlarge places for informal learning. How they envision and deliver the indirect education that builds resilience and fosters supportive and useful networks shows how formal and informal education combine to prepare students for future employment and fulfilling lives.
Chrisippian m? introducing pure and applied mathematics follows Logique et Algebre de Structures Mathematiques Modales ?-Valentes Chrisyppiennes (9): going on creating new mathematical objects: m? real numbers (m?rn), m? complex numbers (m?cn), their respective intrinsic algebraic structures : two m? quasifields (m?qf); as well as many other analogue: m? extensions of rings, fields, m? quasifields: part A, chapter I and II. In part B the book completes  (9) since introducing intrinsic mathematical objects and structures of pure and applied mathematics founded on the introductive m? diagram commutativity. Intrinsic m? applications are presented in chapter III. Chapter IV presents unknown finite fields, chapter V unknown Galois’s extensions, chapter VI intuitive m? metric, normed spaces. M? measures, m? integrals, m? prehilbert spaces, m? quasilinear topological spaces are presented as m? spectral components of their respective boolean frames, objects or structures. This way revealing unknown mathematical objects or statements that are not perceptible as long as we stay closed inside an exclusive boolean way of thinking and making an exclusive use of its boolean structures.
Tapping into today's trend to return to unstructured playtime and move away from over-scheduling and electronic games, Playful Home is perfectly suited to the times. Andrew Weaving celebrates the best of childhood, from his favorite games and crafts projects to the whimsical d?cor that kids love. The result is kids' rooms designed to feed and inspire the imagination, as well as to hold fabulous collections of toys and books. With the philosophy of integrating play into our daily lives, Playful Home looks at twelve family homes designed with children in mind, from the foyer to the back door, which stylishly embrace kids' activities and interests. The featured spaces are the kids' rooms, which combine flair and fun so successfully that they end up being the hub of the entire house. Including design ideas for displaying toys and collectibles, plus clever ways of storing them, as well as great tips on how to make murals and unique wall decorations, Playful Home inspires creativity as well as good design.
This first book on the interior designs of San Francisco - based Paul Vincent Wiseman and The Wiseman Group showcases distinctive homes where clients find themselves at peace in a profound way. The hallmarks of Wiseman interiors are superb details executed in custom furniture and furnishings. The homes range from a Victorian update on San Francisco's Russian Hill to an Art Deco apartment on Manhattan's Upper West Side; from a sleek urban high-rise in Chicago to a tropical sanctuary in Ka'upulehu, Hawaii. Each project is unique and each is distinct. Brian D.Colema n is the author of Fortuny, Barry Dixon Interiors, Farrow & Ball: The Art of Color, and Scalamandre, among other home design books. He writes for Old House Interiors and other magazines. He divides his time between New York and Seattle.
Theres a universal appeal about beach house interiors - they embody a lifestyle that is all about kicking back, living with nature, and focusing on the view. In "Beach House Style", the editors of Coastal Living help do-it-yourselfers bring that look home, whether that home is on the beach, in a city, or in the suburbs. Every coastal region has its own distinct look influenced by climate, culture, and topography. From the Hamptons to the Pacific Northwest, "Beach House Style" highlights these distinct styles and offers ideas, designer colour palettes, and insights into what makes each look successful. Readers can choose one favourite look or take-away ideas from each region to create their own personal style. "Beach House Style" also breaks down the essential elements of every room in the house, from entryways, mud rooms, and screened- porches to kitchens, family rooms, and master bedrooms. Throughout, readers will find practical advice on what to consider when choosing flooring, lighting, furniture, fabric, and eco-minded products, empowering them to make design decisions with confidence.