Le Protocole Gaia

Author: Alec Nortan
Publisher: Éditions Textes Gais
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Le protocole Gaia, tome 1/3 Alec Nortan Roman de 191 500 caractères, 34 000 mots, 160 pages en équivalent papier. Il y a bien longtemps, les Dieux sont revenus sur terre et ont banni toute forme de science. Lorsque Prome trouve une amulette dans les ruines d’une ancienne cité, il ne s’attend pas à ce que ce petit morceau de métal les entraîne lui et son amie Malia sur une quête pour découvrir le secret perdu des technologues, à rencontrer l’amour, ni à défier les dieux eux-mêmes... Retrouvez tous nos titres sur http://www.textesgais.fr/ Rejoignez-nous sur Facebook : Éditions Textes Gais

Gaia S Wager

Author: Gary C. Bryner
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 9780847694891
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Can environmentalism evolve into a powerful social movement that transforms human practices in ways that are ecologically sustainable? Gary C. Bryner contends that it is in our self-interest as a species to ensure that environmental movements coalesce in the service of sustainability. From the very first Earth Day to the setting of Agenda 21 for the new millennium, this book traces the actors, the issues, and the institutions involved in moving environmentalism from a loose collection of fuzzy groups and goals to a new global force for change. Will the next phase of environmental action resemble the WTO protests in Seattle, the UN Kyoto Protocols, or a Think Tank inside the Washington Beltway? Gaia's Wager shows that movements play an important role between political parties and interest groups on the domestic scene and the unruly forces of globalization internationally. Only social movements can catalyze a response to the global environmental threat that has a chance of both capturing imaginations and institutionalizing progress toward environmental sustainability. Above all, Gaia's Wager bets on the confluence of big ideas and social action to yield a more hopeful environmental future.

Encyclopedia Of Software Engineering Three Volume Set Print

Author: Phillip A. Laplante
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 1351249258
Size: 75.77 MB
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Software engineering requires specialized knowledge of a broad spectrum of topics, including the construction of software and the platforms, applications, and environments in which the software operates as well as an understanding of the people who build and use the software. Offering an authoritative perspective, the two volumes of the Encyclopedia of Software Engineering cover the entire multidisciplinary scope of this important field. More than 200 expert contributors and reviewers from industry and academia across 21 countries provide easy-to-read entries that cover software requirements, design, construction, testing, maintenance, configuration management, quality control, and software engineering management tools and methods. Editor Phillip A. Laplante uses the most universally recognized definition of the areas of relevance to software engineering, the Software Engineering Body of Knowledge (SWEBOK®), as a template for organizing the material. Also available in an electronic format, this encyclopedia supplies software engineering students, IT professionals, researchers, managers, and scholars with unrivaled coverage of the topics that encompass this ever-changing field. Also Available Online This Taylor & Francis encyclopedia is also available through online subscription, offering a variety of extra benefits for researchers, students, and librarians, including: Citation tracking and alerts Active reference linking Saved searches and marked lists HTML and PDF format options Contact Taylor and Francis for more information or to inquire about subscription options and print/online combination packages. US: (Tel) 1.888.318.2367; (E-mail) [email protected] International: (Tel) +44 (0) 20 7017 6062; (E-mail) [email protected]

The Fonte Gaia From Renaissance To Modern Times

Author: Chiara E. Scappini
Publisher: Amsterdam University Press
ISBN: 9048535271
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The Fonte Gaia from Renaissance to Modern Times examines the history of Siena's famous public fountain, from its fifteenth-century origins to its eventual replacement by a copy in the nineteenth century (and the modern fate of both). The book explores how both the Risorgimento and the Symbolist movements have shaped our perceptions of the Italian Renaissance, as the Quattrocento was filtered through the lens of contemporary art and politics.

Gaia

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Homage To Gaia

Author: J. E. Lovelock
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 9780198604297
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Homage to Gaia is a fascinating autobiographical sketch of the remarkable life of an 'independent scientist' whose revolutionary, and often controversial research has changed forever the way we see the Earth and our place on it. James Lovelock is most famous for his revolutionary theory that life and the material Earth evolved together as a single system, known as Gaia. His ability to continually challenge orthodox ways of thinking about science has established him as one of the outstanding and creative thinkers of the twentieth century.

The Role Of Norms And Electronic Institutions In Multi Agent Systems

Author: Javier Vazquez-Salceda
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9783764370572
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"It is not the consciousness of men that defines their existence, but, on the contrary, their social existence determines their consciousness." Karl Marx In recent years, several researchers have argued that the design of multi-agent sys tems (MAS) in complex, open environments can benefit from social abstractions in order to cope with problems in coordination, cooperation and trust among agents, problems which are also present in human societies. The agent-mediated electronic institutions (e-institutions for short) is a new and promising field which focuses in the concepts of norms and institutions in order to pro vide normative frameworks to restrict or guide the behaviour of (software) agents. The main idea is that the interactions among a group of (software) agents are ruled by a set of explicit norms expressed in a computational language representation that agents can interpret. Such norms should not be considered as a negative constraining factor but as an aid that guides the agents' choices and reduces the complexity ofthe environment making the behaviour of other agents more predictable.

Agent Oriented Methodologies

Author: Henderson-Sellers, Brian
Publisher: IGI Global
ISBN: 9781591405870
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"The book presents, analyzes and compares the most significant methodological approaches currently available for the creation of agent-oriented software systems"--Provided by publisher.