A discourse with the theory of multinational enterprise: the selected scientific papers of Alan M. Rugman, volume one
¬A¬ discourse written by M. Theodore de Beza, conteyning in briefe the historie of the life and death of Maister John Calvin
Bèze, Théodore ¬de¬
Amsterdam. Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. 1972. Bog. A2 - E3. The English experience ; 433.
A discourse written by Sir George Downing, the King of Great Britain's envoy extraordinary to the states of the United Provinces: vindicating his royal master from the insolencies of a scandalous libel, printed under the title of (An extract out of the register of the States General of the United Provinces, upon the memorial of Sir George Downing, envoy, &c.), and delivered by the agent De Hyde for such to several publick ministers : whereas no such resolution was ever communicated to the said envoy, nor any answer returned at all by their lordships to the said memorial : whereunto is added a relation of some former and later proceedings of the Hollanders
London. Printed by John Luttone ...,. 1672. , 31, , 139,  p.
A discourse wrytten by M. Theodore de Beza, conteyning in briefe the historie of the life and death of Maister Iohn Caluin,: with the testament and laste will of the saide Caluin, and the catalogue of his bookes that he hath made.
Bèze, Théodore de,
[Amsterdam, . Theatrum Orbis Terrarum;. 1972]. 1 v. (unpaged).
¬A¬ discoursiue probleme concerning prophesies
London. Watkins. 1588.
A discoursive probleme concerning prophesies: how far they are to be valued or credited, according to the surest rules and directions in diuinite, philosophie, astrologie, and other learning : deuised especially in abatement of the terrible threatenings and menaces, peremptorily denounced against the kingdoms and states of the world, this present famous yeere, 1588, supposed the great woonderful and fatall yeere of our age
Harvey, John, ; Jackson, John, ; Watkins, Richard,
Printed at London. By Iohn Iackson for Richard Watkins,. 1588.. , 133 [i.e. 135],  p. ;.
A discours of the general nations of money,trade & exchanges as they stand in relation each to other.: Attemted by way of aphorisms... By a merchant.
London, . 1695..
A discoverie of certaine errovrs published in print in the much commended Britannia, 1594.
Brooke, Ralph, ; Camden, William, ; Leland, John,
London, . Printed by J. Bettenham, for J. Woodman,. 1723.. 4 p. l., 77  p., 4 l., 32 p..
¬A¬ discoverie of errours in the first edition of the Catalogue of nobility published by R. Brooke
London. Jaggard. 1622.
A discoverie of errovrs: in the first edition of the Catalogve of nobility, pvblished by Raphe Brooke, Yorke herald, 1619. And printed herewith word for word, according to that edition. With a continuance of the successions, from 1619. vntill this present yeare, 1622. At the end whereof, is annexed A review of a later edition, by him stolne into the world. 1621.
Vincent, Augustine, ; Brooke, Ralph,
London. Printed by William Iaggard,. 1622.. , 717 (i.e. 727),  p..
¬A¬ discoverie of the Corruptions of the holy Scriptures by the heretikes
[Mikrofilm-Ausg.]. Rhemes. Fogny. 1582.
¬A¬ discoverie of the false grounds
London. Bates. 1641.
A discoverie of the false grounds the Bavarian party have layd to settle their owne faction and shake the peace of the empire: considered in the case of the deteinure of the Prince Elector Palatine his dignities and dominions : with a disurse upon the interest of England in that cause
Downing, Calybute, ; Downing, Calybute,
London. Printed by Ric. Hearn and are to be sold by Thomas Bates ...,. 1641.. , 45 p..
A discoverie of the manifold corrvptions of the Holy Scriptvres by the heretikes of our daies, specially the English sectaries: and of their foule dealing herein, by partial & false translations to the aduantage of their heresies, in their English Bibles vsed and authorised since the time of schisme
Martin, Gregory, ; Foigny, Jean de,
Rhemes. Iohn Fogny,. 1582.. , 322,  p. ;.
¬A¬ discoverie of the treason practised by F. Throckmorton: [With a letter by Q. Z., of Lion's Inn]
[Anr. issue, partially reset and reimposed]. London. [Barker]. 1584. 28 S..
¬A¬ discoverie of the true causes why Ireland was neuer entirely subdued: nor brought vnder obedience of the crowne of England, vntill the beginning of His Maiesties happie raigne. Printed exactly from the edition in 1612
London. printed for A. Millar. 1747. 283,p.
¬A¬ discoverie of the unnaturall and traiterous conspiracie of Scottisch Papistes: against God, his kirk, their natiue cuntry, the kingis Maiesties persone and estate. Set downe as it was confessed and subscrived bee M. George Ker, yet remaining in prison, and David Grahame of Fentrie, iustly executed for his treason in Edinburgh, the 15. of Februarie 1592. Wherevnto are annexed, certaine intercepted letters, written by sundrie of that faction, to the same purpose. Printed and published at the speciall command of the kingis Majestie
Ker, George ; Grahame, David ; Davidson, John
At Edinburgh. Printed by Robert Walde-grave [i.e. J. Wreittoun?], printer to the Kingis Majestie. Cum privilegio regali. [ca. 1626].
A discoverie of the vvorld to come according to the Scriptures: the first part thereof being didactical, or such as contains a form of positive doctrine : wherein 1. The doctrine of the world to come is propounded, explicated, confirmed, and applyed in a more familiar method then formerly hath been observed, 2. The doctrine of millenaries, touching a new reformed church in the latter times, which they call a new world, is confuted, 3. Sundry passages of holy writ are interpreted in reference to the world to come, which have been formerly wrested, and forced in a wrong sense
London. Printed by J. Macock for Luke Fawne, and are to be sold at his shop ...,. 1650. , 308 p.
¬A¬ discoverie of treason
London. Smith. 1642.
A Discoverie of treason against the King and Parliament: together with the whole kingdome : being the true copie of a letter found about a priest lately apprehended at Clarkenwell in the county of Middlesex : wherein many of their trecherous and hellish plots against the Kings Majesty and this whole state are fully discovered, with their practises against the Parliament and the Protestant religion.
London. ... Printed by R. A. and A. C. for G. Smith,. Octob. 29, 1642.. , 6 p..
¬A¬ Discoverie To the praise of God, and joy of all truehearted Protestants, of a late intended Plot by the Papists, to subdue the Protestants: Being a true Copy of a Discourse betweene William O Conner a Priest and Anne Hussey ; as it was brought and confirmed by oath in the Parliament house
[London]. 1641. 6 S..
A Discovering eye: Polish painting in the collection of Tom Podl = Odkrywcze oko : malarstwo polskie w kolekcji Toma Podla.
Podl, Tom, ; Kamyszew, Christopher D.
Chicago, Ill.. Polish Museum of America,. c1993.. 109 p..
A discovery: Matteo Thun als Professor ; [industrial happenings 1983 - 1996 ; Design als Dienstleistung ; Arbeiten aus der Meisterklasse für Produktgestaltung an der Hochschule für angewandte Kunst, Wien (1983-1996)]
Zettl, Reiner ; Thun, Matteo
1. Aufl. Wien [u.a.]. Brandstätter. 1998. 105 S..
ISBN 3-85447-763-5 Pp.: DM 54,50, S 364.00, sfr 46.00
¬A¬ discovery concerning ghosts: with a rap at the "spirit-rappers"
London. Arnold. 1863. 48 S..
A discovery concerning ghosts: with a rap at the "spirit rappers"
London. Routledge, Warne, and Routledge,. 1864. , 60 p..
¬A¬ discovery of a great and wicked conspiracie
[Anr. ed.]. London. Wright. 1642. 8 S..
¬A¬ discovery of a horrible and bloody treason
London. Thomas. 1641.
A Discovery of a horrible and bloody treason and conspiracie: against the Protestants of this kachgewiesen 2002/03(2002) -
Worcester, Henry Somerset,
Apia. CBS. 2002.
A Discovery of a horrible and bloody treason and conspiracie: against the Protestants of this kingdome in generall but especially against divers of the nobility and many of the honourable House of Commons in Parliament and also against so of the citizens of London : which discovery was brought to the House of Commons on Munday Novemb. the 15th, 1641 : vvith a plot by the Earle of VVorcester in VVales : as also a relation of a search as Worcester-house in the Strand : together with an order made by the Lords, for the apprehending of all priests and Iesuites within this city and kingdome.
Worcester, Henry Somerset,
London. Printed for Iohn Thomas,. 1641..  p..
A discovery of a large, rich, and plentiful country, in the North America: extending above 4000 leagues, wherein, by a very short passage, lately found out, thro' the Mer-Barmejo into the South- Sea, by which a considerable trade might be carry'd on, as well in the northern as the southern parts of America
[Mikrofiche-Ausg.]. London. W. Boreham. 1720. 2, 22 S.. CIHM/ICMH Microfiche series ; 18328.
A discovery of a new world, or, A discourse tending to prove, that 'tis probable there may be another habitable world in the moon: with a discourse concerning the probability of a passage thither : unto which is added, A discourse concerng a new planet, tending to prove, that 'tis probable our Earth is one of the planets : in two parts
London. Printed by J. Rawlins for John Gellibrand ...,. 1684.. , 160 [i.e. 158], , 184 p..
¬A¬ discovery of charity mistaken; or, some reasons against committees forcing the Parliaments godly, faithfull and plundered ministers (who labor in the Word and doctrine) to pay fifth parts to sequestred wives and children: With some answers to some arguments alledged for it. As also some complaints of poore plundered ministers, against the hard dealings of some committees about fifth parts, and juries, with a motion for their settlements for their lives
London. Printed at the desire of a friend, and are to bee sold at the Three Bibles in Pauls Church-yard, and in Westminster-hall. [1654. [i.e. 1653].
A discovery of divers sorts of asses: with the description of their condition, setting them forth in proper colours, according to Smithfields fancies and inventions: Also, follies petition against all sorts of fooles and asses, desiring to have them banisht to the Ile of Sillie
London. July 8. London printed for Iohn Powel. 1642. Online-Ressource.
A discovery of faith, wherein is laid down the ground of true faith: which sancifieth and purifieth the heart, and worketh out the carnal part, shewing the way that leadeth to salvation : with the difference betwixt the two seeds, the one of Mount Sinai, which tendeth to bondage, and the other, which is the immortal seed of God, begotten by the immortal word, which liveth and abideth forever.
London. Printed for Giles Calvert ...,. 1653.. , 16 p..
A discovery of fire and salt: discovering many secret mysteries, as well philosophicall, as theologicall.
Vigenère, Blaise de, ; Stephens, Edward.
London. Printed by Richard Cotes, and are to be sold by Andrew Crooke ...,. 1649.. , 162 p..
A discovery of glorious love, or, The love of Christ to beleevers opened, in the truth, transcendency, and sweetnesse thereof: together with the necessity that lyes upon every beleever, to strive after the spirituall and experimentall knoedge of it : being the sum of six sermons preached upon Ephesians 3. 19
London. Printed for R.I. for Hannah Allen ...,. 1650.. , 324 [i.e. 269] p..
A discovery of glorious love, or, The love of Christ to beleevers opened, in the truth, transcendency, and sweetness thereof: together with the necessity that lyes upon every beleever, to strive after the spirituall and experimentall knowdge of it : being the sum of VI sermons preached upon Ephesians 3.19
London. Printed for R.I. ...,. 1655.. , 359 [i.e. 269] p..
¬A¬ discovery of infinite treasure, hidden since the worlds beginning. Whereunto all men, of what degree soever, are friendly invited to be sharers with the discoverer
London. Printed by I.L.egatt:, and are to be sold by George Hutton. 1639.
¬A¬ discovery of new light
S.l.. 1641. 32 S..
¬A¬ discovery of peace
London. Overton. 1644.
A discovery of some of the inhuman practices, and the diabolical constitution of the Court of Inquisition, sanctified by the name of the Holy Inquisition. Under the infernal tyranny of which, the Roman Catholick countries now groan.
New-Haven:. Printed and sold by J. Parker and Company, at the post-office,,. 1757. 27,  p. ;.
¬A¬ discovery of some plots of Lucifer and his council against the children of men
London. Printed for T. Brewster at the sign of the three Bibles at the West end of Pauls. 1656.
A discovery of subterraneall treasure: viz. of all manner of mines and mineralls from the gold to the coale ... and also the art of melting, refining, and assaying of them ... also a perfect way to try what colour any berry, leafe, flower, stalke, root, fruit, seed, barke, or wood will give .
Ilkley, Yorkshire. Reprinted for the Institution of Mining and Metallurgy, London by Scolar Press,. 1980. , 60 p. ;.
<<A>> Discovery of subterraneall treasure, viz.of all manner of mines and mineralls, from the gold to the coale: with plaine directions and rules for the finding of them in all kingdomes and countries
London . Emery. 1639 . 60 p..
A discovery of subterranean treasure: (viz.) of all manner of mines and minerals, from the gold to the coal with plain directions and rules for the finding of them in all kingdoms and countries, and also the art of melting, refining, and assaying of them is plainly declared, so that every ordinary man, that is indifferently capacious, may with small charge presently try the value of such oars [sic] as shall be found either by rule or by accident : whereunto is added a real experiment whereby every ignorant man may presently try whether any piece of gold that shall come to his hands be true or counterfeit, without defacing or altering the form thereof, and more certainly than any goldsmith or refiner could formerly discern : also a perfect way to try what colour any berry, leaf, flower, stalk, root, fruit, seed, bark, or wood will give : with a perfect way to make colours that they shall not stain nor fade like ordinary colours : very necessary for every one to know, whether he be traveller by land or sea, or in what country, dominion, or plantation soever he shall inhabit
London. Printed for Peter Parker ...,. 1679. , 24 p.
A discovery of subterranean treasure: containing useful explorations, concerning all manner of mines and minerals, from the gold to the coal; with plain directions and rules for the finding of them in all kingdoms and countries. : In which the art of melting, refining, and assaying of them is plainly declared ... : Whereunto is added a real experiment whereby every ignorant man may presently try whether any piece of gold that shall come to his hands be true or counterfeit ... : Also a perfect way to try what colour any berry, leaf, flower, stalk, root, fruit, seed, bark, or wood will give: with a perfect way to make colours that they shall not stain nor fade like ordinary colours. : Very necessary for every one to know, whether he be a traveller by land or by sea, in what country, dominion, or plantation soever he shall either sojourn or inhabit.
Philadelphia:. Printed and sold by Robert Bell, in Third Street.,. M,DCC,LXXXIV. . 37,  p. ;.
A discovery of subterranean treasure,: viz. all manner of mines & minerals, from the gold to the coal, with plain directions and rules for finding them in all kingdoms and countries. : Also the art of melting, refining and assaying them made plain and easy ... : To which is added a real experiment, to try whether a piece of gold be true or counterfeit ... : Also a sure way to try what colour any berry, leaf, flower, stalk, root, fruit, seed, bark or wood will give: together with directions for making colours that shall not stain nor fade. : Very necessary for everyone to know, whether he be a traveller by land or sea, or in what country, dominion, or plantation soever he may inhabit.
Philadelphia,. [s.n.],. Printed M,DCC,XCII. . 24 p. ;.
¬A¬ discovery of subterranean treasure, viz., all manner of mines & minerals from the gold to the coal: with plain directions and rules for finding them in all kingdoms and countries, also the art of melting, refining, and assaying them made plain
S.l.. Sold by the Booksellers of London and Westminster. [1715?]. 22 p..
A discovery of subterranean treasure; (viz.) of all manner of mines and minerals, from the gold to the coal; with ... rules for the finding of them ... And also the art of melting ... and assaying of them is plainly declared ... Whereunto is added a real experiment whereby every ignorant man may ... try whether any piece of gold ... be true or counterfeit, ... Also a pefect (!) way to try what colour any berry, leaf ... bark, or wood will give ...
London, . Parker. 1679. , 24 s. ;.
A discovery of the Banian religion and the religion of the Persees: a critical edition of two early English works on Indian religions
Lord, Henry ; Sweetman, Will
Lewiston. Edwin Mellen Press,. 1999. 161 s..
¬A¬ discovery of the Barmudas: otherwise called the Ile of Divels ; A plaine description of the Barmudas now called Sommer ilands ; with and addition
London. Stansby u.a.. 1613.
A Discovery of the education of the scholars of Cambridge: by their abominations and wicked practices acted upon, and against, the despised people, in scorn call Quakers : brought forth by the young ministers at severall times in the said town, whereby all men may see the unchristian breeding, and the horrible fruits of the university-men, and how that the spirit of the whore and false prophet, and the remainder of the dreggs of popery boyles up in them, in persecution, and madness, and ignorance, and this is written for all sober people to read and consider
Sammon, Edward ; Peace, John,
London. Printed for Giles Calvert ...,. 1659. 15, [i.e. 14] p.
¬A¬ discovery of the first wisdom from beneath, and the second wisdom from above. Or, The difference betwixt the two seeds, the one after the flesh, the other after the spirit: With the true worship of God after the spirit, and the false worship of the world, who lives in outward forms, useth customes and traditions, not knowing the onely true God that dwelleth in his saints, and rules by his spirit of power, which causeth them to differ from the world, and those that have the form of godlinesse, and want the power thereof. ... Written by a servant of the Lord, whom the world scornfully nicknameth, and calleth a Quaker, who is prisoner for the testimony of the truth at Applebie in Westmorland, whose name is James Nayler
London. Printed for Giles Calvert, at the Black Spread-Eagle at the West end of Pauls. 1656. 39,  p..
A Discovery of the great fantasie, or, Phantasticall conceitednesse: that is to say, of the antichristian blindnes of those that out of a meer false imagination and phantasticall conceitednesse do hold themselves to be Christians, spritua divines, deputies and messengers or spokes-men of Christ : and take upon them as mediatours to save others whom they call the secular lay-men : therewithal reviling, traducing, condemning, excommunicating, persecuting, exiling, and putting to death the true children of God for not yeelding unto this phantasie of theirs : conceiving that therein they do God great service when they busie themselves in weeding the ground thus, according to their phantasies : and together with a discovery of the great arch-whore and her paramours or lovers, whereof the spirit of God beareth witnesse.
London. Printed by T. P. and M. S. ...,. 1642.. , 22 p..
¬A¬ discovery of the great plot for the utter ruine of the city of London
London. Cole. 1643.
A discovery of the great plot for the utter ruine of the city of London and the Parliament: as it was at large made known
London. Printed for Peter Cole ...,. 1643..  p..
A discovery of the man of sin
London . Printed for Giles Calvert. 1655.
¬A¬ discovery of the notorious proceedings of William Laud ... in bringing innovations into the Church
London. Walker. 1641.
A discovery of the notorious proceedings of William Lavd Archbishop of Canterbury in bringing innovations into the church and raising up troubles in the state: his pride in riding in his coach when the King himselfe went along on foot andeing reproved would not alight : with his tyrannicall government both in himselfe and his agents
London. Printed and are to be sold by Henry Walker,. 1641..  p..
A discovery of the Popes pride, ambition and cruelty, in a tyrannicall, barbarous and bloudy manner exercised on Emperours, Kings, and kingdomes: the miseries, ruine, and desolations by them brought on the Christian world. With their vitious and unchaste lives, their wicked practices for obtaining the Popedome, by murthers, poysonings, &c. By J.V
London. printed for William Raybould at the sign of the Unicorn in Pauls-Church-yard. 1651. Online-Ressource.
¬A¬ discovery of the trecherous attempts of the Cavaliers
London. Bishop. 1643.
A discovery of the true causes why Ireland was never entirely subdued and brought under obedience of the crown of England until the beginning of His Majesty's happy reign (1612)
Davies, John, ; Myers, James P.,
Washington, D.C.. Catholic University of America Press,. c1988.. xi, 242 p. ;.
¬A¬ discovery of the wisdom from beneath, and the second wisdom from above, or, The difference betwixt the two seeds, the one after the flesh, the other after the spirit: with the worship of God after the spirit
London. Printed for Giles Calvern. 1653, and now reprinted for Thomas Simmons, 1656.
¬A¬ discovery of two unclean spirits. Or, Two priests by their fruits made manifest to be out of the way of truth: and out of the life of godliness, in the broad way of destruction, therein working deceitfully the works of errour. A warning unto all scattered people that call themselves Protestants and Christians, yet are out of the faith and life of Christ, in vain traditions, and dead forms, wherein the blind-guids are leading them in the pit. Also a declaration of the light of Christ now appearing in every man, even in the conscience, by which all men are left without excuse. With a plain and true direction into the good way, which from everlasting hath been prepared to lead all that abide therein, out of transgression through death into eternal life. A short discovery of the Lords great fury and heavie indignation that will suddenly break forth upon all the disobedient
London. printed for Giles Calvert at the Black-spread-Eagle at the West-end of Pauls. 1657. 23,  p..
A discovrse opening the natvre of that episcopacie which is exercised in England: wherein with all humility are represented some considerations tending to the much desired peace and long expected reformation of this our mother church
Brooke, Robert Greville,
London. Printed by R.C. for Samuel Cartwright ...,. 1642.. , 118,  p..
A discreet and learned speech, spoken in the Parliament, on Wednesday, the 4 of January, 1641, by Mr. Hampden, Burgesse for Buckingham: concerning the accusation of high treason, preferred by His Majesty, against himselfe, the Lord Kimboln, Sr. Arthur Haslerig, Mr. Pym, Mr. Strowd, Mr. Hollis, worthy members of the House of Commons : therein worthily declaring the difference betwixt a good subject and a bad, and referring his own triall to the iudgement of that honourable assembly.
London. Printed for F. Coules, and T.B.,. 1641.. , 6 p..
A discreet benevolence: female philanthropy and the Catholic resurgence in eighteenth-century Ireland
¬A¬ discrete boundary integral approach to 3D cell problems with complex geometry
Triebsch, Lea Kartika
2001. 56 Bl..
¬A¬ discrete choice analysis of the asset demand behavior of individual investors
Krehbiel, Timothy L.
1987. IX, 108 S..
A discrete-element analysis for anisotropic skew plates and grids,
Vora, Mahendrakumar R. ; Matlock, Hudson,
[Austin, . Center for Highway Research, University of Texas at Austin]. 1970.. xix, 203 p..
A discrete-element method for transverse vibrations of beam-columns resting on linearly elastic or inelastic supports,
Chan, Jack Hsiao-Chieh. ; Matlock, Hudson,
[Austin, . Center for Highway Research, University of Texas at Austin]. 1972.. xviii, 229 p..
A discrete-element method of multiple-loading analysis for two-way bridge floor slabs
Panak, John J.
Austin. Center for Highway Research, University of Texas at Austin]. 1970.. xiv, 195 p..
¬A¬ discrete-element method of pile-driving analysis
Meyer, Patrick L.
A discrete element model to study marginal ice zone dynamics and the behaviour of vessels moored in broken ice
1998.. 159 p..
A discrete-element solution of plates and pavement slabs using a variable-increment-length model
Pearre, Charles M. ; Hudson, W. Ronald,
Austin. Center for Highway Research, University of Texas at Austin,. 1969.. xiv, 277 p..
A discrete-event dynamic systems approach for environmental decision-support
[Mikrofiche-Ausg.]. 2006. 102 S..
A discrete event simulation model of car distribution decisions in a railroad terminal area.
Philip, Craig Eliot.
1977.. 138 leaves.
A discrete four vertex theorem
Dahlberg, Björn E. J.,
Göteborg. Chalmers University of Technology,. 2003. 16 s..
A discrete maximum principle
Karl-Marx-Stadt. Sektion, TH. 1986. 15 S.. Preprint. Sektion Mathematik. Technische Hochschule Karl-Marx-Stadt ; 5.
A discrete model of discriminatory price auctions: an alternative to Menezes-Monteiro
Haller, Hans ; Lengwiler, Yvan
Washington, DC. Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System. 1998. 15, 3 S.. Finance and economics discussion series ; 1998-08.
¬A¬ discrete model of optimal economic growth
Buhl, Hans U.
Karlsruhe. 1983. 12 Bl.. Institut für Wirtschaftstheorie und Operations-Research (Karlsruhe): Discussion paper ; 205.
A discrete model simulating migrating pigment cells in the pattern formation process of the Mexican axolotl
Uppsala, . 1994. 32 s..
A discrete multivariate model of work-trip mode choice
Cambridge, Mass.. Harvard University, Dept. of City and Regional Planning,. 1978.. 25 p..
A discrete neural matrix approach to the traveling salesman problem with low connectivity
Sydney. Dept., Univ.. 1989. 5 S.. Technical report. Basser Department of Computer Science. University of Sydney ; 339.
A discrete particle simulation study on the influence of restitution coefficient on spout fluidized bed dynamics
Buijtenen, M. S. van ; Deen, N. G. ; Antonyuk, Sergiy ; Heinrich, Stefan ; Kuipers, J. A. M.
A discrete-state continuous-time model of financial transactions prices and times: the autoregressive conditional multinomial-autoregressive conditional duration model
Russell, Jeffrey R. ; Engle, Robert F.
¬A¬ discrete State Deterministic System Model for analysis of the firm
Soule, B Linn
¬A¬ discrete-stochastic model of economic production and a model of production fluctuations-theory and empirical evidence
1988. VI, 136 S. : graph. Darst..
<<A>> discrete stochastic optimal control model of the human operator in a closed-loop tracking task
Paskin, Harvey M.
Wright-Patterson AFB - O. . Air Force Inst. of Technology. 1970. 3 Microfiches.
¬A¬ discrete time consumption CAP model under durability of goods, habit formation and temporal aggregation
San Domenico (FI). 1994. 19 S.. EUI working papers in economics ; 1994,29.
<<A>> discrete-time disturbance-accommodating control theory for digital control of dynamical systems
A discrete-time hazard analysis of the role of gender in persistence in the economics major
Chizmar, John F.
A discrete time interpretation of negative feedback loops in systems dynamics models
Foot, David K.
Toronto. Institute for Policy Analysis, University of Toronto,. c1977.. 22 p. ;.
<<A>> discrete-time model for reinvestment risk in bond markets
Copenhagen . Laboratory of Actuarial Mathematics. 2005. 25 S..
¬A¬ discrete time single server model with multiple two state discrete MMPP sources
Berlin. Humboldt-Univ., Fachbereich Mathematik, Informationsstelle. 1991. 25 S.. Preprint / Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Fachbereich Mathematik ; 1991,10.
A discrete-time stochastic model of job-matching
Smith, Tony E.
London. Centre for Economic Policy Research. 2001. 49 S. ; 22 cm. Discussion paper series / Centre for Economic Policy Research ; 3044 : Labour economics.
A discrete-time stochastic partial equilibrium model of the spot freight markt
Liverpool. Liverpool John Moores University ;. 2005. 40 bl..
¬A¬ Discrete-Time Technique for solving closed queueing network models of computer systems
A discrete variable representation for electron-hydrogen atom scattering
Gaucher, Lionel Francis.
1994.. x, 152 leaves.
A discrete variational principle for rate-independent evolution
Mielke, Alexander ; Stefanelli, Ulisse
Berlin. WIAS. 2008. Online-Resource. Preprint / Weierstraß-Institut für Angewandte Analysis und Stochastik ; 1295.
<<A>> discretization algorithm for profiles with an analytical representation
Larsen, Gunner C.
Roskilde . Risø National Laboratory. 1989. 41 S..
¬A¬ discriminant analysis of personality variables for champion and nonchampion professional women golfers
Graham, Deborah J.
Ann Arbor, Mich.. University Microfilms International. 1983. 2 Mikrofiches (XI, 138 S.).
¬A¬ discriminant analysis of the bankruptcy of securities brokerage-dealer firms
Ann Arbor, Mich.. Univ.Microfilms. 1977. XVIII, 308 Bl. : graph.Darst..
A discriminating guide to Albany's new dining district: restaurants serving liquor with meals within a six block radius encompassing the Capitol's environs.
Castleton, N.Y.. Knowledgeable Press,. c1977.. 1 map.
¬A¬ discriminative study of boys' physical education in high schools of the Big Eight Athletic Conference
Daugherty, Burdon R.
[Ellensburg] : 1969. [Eugene, Ore.]. [University of Oregon]. . 7 1/2 x 12 1/2 cm.
¬A¬ discriminative study of girls' physical education in high schools of the Big Eight Athletic Conference
Finney, Carol A.
[Ellensburg] : 1969. [Eugene, Ore.]. [University of Oregon]. . Kt. ; 7,5 x 12,5 cm.
Analyse von Freizeitorten im Berliner Jugendlängsschnitt: Manual Interview
Finney, Carol A. ; Niemann, Mechthild ¬[Mitarb.]¬
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