In the book the author investigates spaces of sequences with components belonging to an vector space.These spaces represent a generalization of the known Musielak-Orlicz sequence spaces and are generated by so-called pregenfunctions and genfunctions M.A part of the book is devoted to a superposition operator in considered spaces.The author considers in the spaces in question two equivalent semimetrics (which under some conditions are metrics)and F-norms (if M is a genfunction).Some properties of the considered spaces and their subsets are established.Criteria of the action,boundedness and continuity of the superposition operator are found.The book represents an interest for specialists in functional analysis and is comprehensible to the students-mathematicians of older years.Besides,it is possible to find here themes for diploma theses.
Роман Олега Суворинова "Улица туманов" - блестящая, провокационная, увлекательная проза с отменным сюжетом, наследующим лучшие традиции литературы абсурда. Книгу можно смело назвать притчей, которая даёт лишний повод задуматься о людских страстях в нашем хрупком и зыбком мире, каждый день сводящем на нет представления маленького человека о добре и зле, рушащем жизненные основы и стирающем грани дозволенного. Что ж, вперёд по "Улице туманов" в извечной погоне за золотым тельцом, к дому, где на каждом этаже нечаянному посетителю уготован свой частный маленький дантовский ад.
The book explores the effect that migrations have on constitution of 'selves' and 'others' in relation to 'home'. The essential point relates to the fact that globalisation, transnationalism and the concomitant creation of transnational social spaces have greatly affected the meaning of home for contemporary migrants and have consequently influenced their construction of identity. Accordingly, migrants tend to experience home as multi-dimensional, pluri-local, and characterized by regular movement across the state borders.
The housing sector in Dhaka city experienced a major shift in the last three decades mainly in the form of unprecedented growth in real estate apartment living. Lack of developed urban land, made this option popular amongst a financially solvent urban population coming from wide ranging socio-cultural background. These varied groups face higher degree of disorientation and hesitation to social interaction, resulting in social problems and socially unfit groups in the apartments. So, the issue of social interaction besides the spaces becomes equally important for apartment planning. Along with the regular shared spaces, different design solutions are seen in this regard. However, most of these spaces remained unevaluated in terms of their role in generating social interaction. Post Occupancy Evaluation (POE), being a good instrument provides a proper feedback about social and behavioural issues from the users’ standpoint. This book narrates about the social spaces of these people and evaluate the spaces in these apartments based on users’ adaptation for social interaction which can provide future design guidance to facilitate and design spaces for conducive social interaction.
Роман Олега Суворинова "Улица туманов" - блестящая, провокационная, увлекательная проза с отменным сюжетом, наследующим лучшие традиции литературы абсурда. Книгу можно смело назвать притчей, которая дает лишний повод задуматься о людских страстях в нашем хрупком и зыбком мире, каждый день сводящем на нет представления маленького человека о добре и зле, рушащем жизненные основы и стирающем грани дозволенного. Что ж, вперед по "Улице туманов" в извечной погоне за золотым тельцом, к дому, где на каждом этаже нечаянному посетителю уготован свой частный маленький дантовский ад.
This book analyses six public spaces in suburbia and tourism destinations. For each public space, it compares one in New Jersey to one in the Netherlands. These spaces are analyzed based on six criteria: public access, public use or the presence of strangers, use restrictions, public governance, public ownership, and public history or collective memory. Of these six spaces, the suburban parks were the best. The shopping malls were filled with a crowd of immense diversity, but lacked many of the characteristics of a good public space. The office parks were bare and deserted, which is why they are some of the worst public spaces. In the summer, beaches can become a high quality public space teeming with people of all ages, ethnicities, and socio-economic backgrounds. Once the high season is over, however, these beaches become parochial rather than truly public. The two heritage sites visited offered good public spaces, but the popularity of heritage sites remains uneven. The theme parks were filled with a highly diverse crowd, but they lack four of the six characteristics of a good public space.
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Ever since the beginning of modern civilization, the urbanization of public space has been a prevailing subject and a subject in constant state of mutation (Jacobo Krauel, 2007) . Besides the structures, buildings and dwellings that serve the full range of possible requirements. Cities as well as villages need streets, parks and plazas, in which the inhabitant can move, rest, play or get together. In fact, many urban design theorists consider that the life quality of a city's inhabitants depends on the proportion of shared space available and how it is used? Today landscape means a great deal more than the visible features of a territory, and its definition has been extended precisely in order to provide the interaction between human activity and natural environment. Landscape factors such as physical, human, cultural, social, perceptive and economic element of landscape has now became part of the same notion. Currently, the landscape architect works with projects of environmental planning and large scale recovery projects for abandoned areas, the design of public spaces and parks, as well as of private gardens, and land art and photography.
The declining process of public spaces role, during the last decades, particularly on Latin American cities, was followed by an increase of private sphere importance. Many of the functions traditionally developed on public spaces are now being intensely promoted by private spaces. This process of public spaces transformation and neglecting is promoting more spatial fragmentation in the cities, which leads us to a challenge: how can we improve public spaces in order to decrease this fragmentation tendency? This book explores public spaces role on the context of Fortaleza, in Brazil. This city, on the last 100 years, had a huge and uncontrolled spatial and population growth, determining fast changes on its urban structure. However, public space structure was one of the city elements which did not follow the pace of urban transformations, losing its quality and its capacity to support urban development. This book debates the role of public spaces as an element to integrate the physical structures and the flows of the city, presenting alternatives to develop public spaces quality and exploring the potentialities of these spaces to support the city development and its life quality.