Sacred Spaces – A Journey with the Sufis of the Indus (OMEIPSAA)
Healing Spaces – The Science of Place and Well–Being
Video Game Spaces – Image, Play, and Structure in 3D Worlds
Fauconnier: ?mental? Spaces – Aspects Of Meaning Construction In Natural Language
The Acoustics of Performance Halls – Spaces for Music from Carnegie Hall to the Hollywood Bowl
Of late the study of fixed point theory has increased to a great extent. Many online sites exists in fixed point theory. Fixed point theory has good applications in various fields like game theory, differential equations, operator theory and economics etc. The present work of our book is devoted to the study of common fixed point theorems for three, four and six mappings in metric and cone metric spaces. In the present work we obtain some common fixed point theorems in some recently defined in metric and cone metric spaces using different contractive conditions. The specialty of this book is that the theorems are proved without using the continuity of the maps involved. Thus it helps the researchers working in various fields.
The study is to compare pro environmental perception towards public spaces in developed and developing country, between French and Indonesians to draw some psychological profiles on the most actual issues, Green Psychology, as it reveals the need of green space (n-Green). 356 French of 7 cities and 809 Indonesian of 9 cities were participated in the study. All subjects were given the G-PubS/V-ALPs to measure individual perception towards green factors in public spaces to satisfy their psychological needs in three different ways; 1) for Mental Development, 2) for Social Interaction, and 3) for Physical Health, where high n-Green indicates great need for green space. The research found the correlation between n-Green and demographic variables. ANOVA used to find differences between both societies where some variables show the same results for the most in- need and the least in-need groups for green space, but some show the opposite. There were also differences between Northern and Southern French on their n-Green and perceptions. Differences also occurred regarding city scales and the ICT development affected the n-Green in both countries.