Louis XVs Army (1) by Ren Chartrand

By Ren Chartrand

France had a inhabitants of among 22 and 25 million at present, and maintained the most important status military in Europe. In peacetime it may well have amounted to approximately 200,000 males; in occasions of struggle, it may be something as much as part one million.

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The Complexity of Boolean Functions 1987 by Ingo Wegener

By Ingo Wegener

Book Description

Presents a lot of contemporary learn effects formerly unavailable in ebook shape. in the beginning bargains with the wee-known computation types, and is going directly to detailed kinds of circuits, parallel desktops, and branching courses. comprises uncomplicated thought besides fresh study findings. each one bankruptcy comprises routines.

Synopsis

Research at the complexity of Boolean capabilities in non- uniform computation versions is now some of the most attention-grabbing and critical components of analysis in theoretical computing device technological know-how. It has an instantaneous relevance to functional difficulties within the desktop Aided layout of electronic circuits. during this ebook Professor Dr Wegener offers a number of fresh study effects for the 1st time. in the beginning he offers with the well known computation types (circuits and formulae), and he is going directly to specified forms of circuits, parallel desktops, and branching courses. uncomplicated effects are integrated in addition to the latest study effects. The Complexity of Boolean capabilities assumes a easy wisdom of laptop technological know-how and arithmetic. It bargains with either effective algorithms and decrease bounds. on the finish of every bankruptcy there are routines with various degrees of hassle to aid scholars utilizing the publication.

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Sokrates Für Manager: Eine Begegnung Mit Zeitloser Weisheit by Andreas Drosdek

By Andreas Drosdek

Kurzbeschreibung

Andreas Drosdek stellt die Lehren des großen Denkers Sokrates zusammen und wendet sie auf das heutige administration an. Getreu Sokrates’ Motto »Ich weiß, dass ich nichts weiß« erfahren supervisor in diesem Buch, wie sie ihr Nicht-Wissen erkennen, durch das Hinterfragen gängiger Thesen intent Entscheidungen treffen und einen Prozess ständigen Lernens in Gang setzen können – bei sich selbst und ihren Mitarbeitern, beruflich wie privat.

Über den Autor

Dr. Andreas Drosdek ist Experte zum Thema »Philosophie für Führungskräfte«. Er ist freier Journalist und Unternehmensberater. In seinen Managementbüchern beschäftigt er sich vor allem mit den Lehren wichtiger Denker für den Führungsalltag. Bei Campus sind von ihm bereits erschienen: »Die Liebe zur Weisheit « und »Credibility administration «.

Andreas Drosdek, PhD, is an expert on »philosophy for managers« and has released a number of books at the topic. In 2003 Campus Verlag released his »Die Liebe zur Weisheit« (»The Love of Wisdom«). he's a contract journalist and a enterprise advisor, and is living within the U.S.

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