The pioneering work in this direction is that of , who used a statistical association measure to discriminate between compositional
Although his techniques seem to be closer to Berg's later compositional
methods (freer sets, chordal constructions, etc.
The variation of the reservoir fluid composition with depth is called compositional
Copland's return to the United States in 1924 marked the beginning of his American career, and chapters 5 and 6 investigate his compositional
style of the mid-to-late 1920s.
CND-clr and CND-ilr based on compositional
data analysis rely on multiple ratios and binary nutrient partitions, respectively.
One of the strengths of Bushell's approach is the insights it affords into the compositional
Davidson's insight was to see that such a theory could double as a compositional
meaning theory, for, with some additional constraints, the predicate 'is T iff could be replaced with 'means that' while preserving truth.
BEFORE THE CHITTENDENS I had been collaborating with composer Sean Griffin on a choreographic piece called D-Pattern, trying to tease ambiguities out of very reductive compositional
methods (reduction leading to greater opportunities for recombination and thus accumulation).
rays fade for this reason and also because small impacts physically mix the ray material with the surrounding darker lunar surface.
Compiled, organized and edited by Keith Polk, Tielman Susato And The Music Of His Time: Print Culture, Compositional
Technique And Instrumental Music In The Renaissance is the fifth volume of the "Bucina: The Historical Brass Society Series" and combines biography with musicology to provide readers with a fully descriptive and informative history of the life and accomplishments of one of the most productive and influential men in Renaissance Europe.
3'': Lindberg has emerged as a major compositional
presence in L.
The composition of terrigenous sedimentary rocks would merely reflect the compositional
aggregate of their source areas.