The Core Model

The Core Model
  • Author : A. Dodd
  • Publsiher : Cambridge University Press
  • Release : 04 March 1982
  • ISBN : 0521285305
  • Pages : 229 pages
  • Rating : 4/5 from 21 ratings
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The core model, K, is a generalization of Gödel's constructible universe of set theory; K is used to produce 'fine structural' results of a less restrictive kind. This book aims to introduce the core model to those with a basic knowledge of axiomatic set theory. The covering lemma for K is the main technical result but other applications are also considered. The author gives a full exposition of general fine structure and of iterated ultrapowers and concludes the work with a short section on the difficulties encountered in constructing more general core models using 'extenders'.


The Core Model

The Core Model
  • Author : Ibis Sanchez-Serrano
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Release : 04 June 2019
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The Core Model: A Collaborative Paradigm for the Pharmaceutical Industry and Global Health Care develops the innovative core model, an organizational research and design paradigm and economic theory that proposes a collaborative approach to resolving global health issues and improving the productivity of drug development. The model proposes that scientific collaboration does not occur in an unstructured manner, but actually takes place within a highly structured order where knowledge is transferred, integrated and finally translated into commercial products. An understanding


The Core Model

The Core Model
  • Author : A. Dodd
  • Publisher : Cambridge University Press
  • Release : 04 March 1982
GET THIS BOOKThe Core Model

The core model, K, is a generalization of Gödel's constructible universe of set theory; K is used to produce 'fine structural' results of a less restrictive kind. This book aims to introduce the core model to those with a basic knowledge of axiomatic set theory. The covering lemma for K is the main technical result but other applications are also considered. The author gives a full exposition of general fine structure and of iterated ultrapowers and concludes the work









The Pocket Guide to Therapy

The Pocket Guide to Therapy
  • Author : Stephen Weatherhead,Graeme Flaherty-Jones
  • Publisher : SAGE
  • Release : 10 November 2011
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Trainees in all mental health professions need basic knowledge of the key therapeutic approaches in counselling and psychotherapy. The Pocket Guide to Therapy is therefore the essential companion, placing specific emphasis on practical application to guide the reader in the 'how to' of conducting each therapeutic model. Approaches covered include established models such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Psychodynamic Psychotherapy, narrative therapies such as Systemic Therapy and Solution-Focussed Brief Therapy, and more recent additions to mainstream therapy such as Mindfulness


Strategic Job Modeling

Strategic Job Modeling
  • Author : Jeffery S. Schippmann
  • Publisher : Psychology Press
  • Release : 05 September 2013
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(USE FOR PRACTITIONER/BUSINESS PIECES) In an increasingly knowledge-based economy, a company's success hinges on the quality of its people. People set strategy, make decisions, build relationships, and drive change. Businesses possess a powerful advantage if their people do their jobs better and faster than the competition. The need for more sophisticated, integrated, and strategically linked human resource applications (e.g., selection systems, training programs, and performance management interventions) is recasting the very role of HR. One of the critical


Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Technology

Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Technology
  • Author : Oswaldo Lorenzo,Peter Kawalek,Leigh Wharton
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 07 March 2018
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The combination of entrepreneurship, innovation and technology has become the source of disruptive business models that transform industries and markets. The integrative understanding of these three drivers of today’s economy is fundamental to business. Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Technology aims to connect core models and tools that are already created by well-known authors and scholars in order to deliver a unique guide for building successful business models through the adoption of new technologies and the use of effective innovation methods.



Conceptual Models

Conceptual Models
  • Author : Jeff Johnson,Austin Henderson
  • Publisher : Morgan & Claypool Publishers
  • Release : 01 November 2011
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People make use of software applications in their activities, applying them as tools in carrying out tasks. That this use should be good for people--easy, effective, efficient, and enjoyable--is a principal goal of design. In this book, we present the notion of Conceptual Models, and argue that Conceptual Models are core to achieving good design. From years of helping companies create software applications, we have come to believe that building applications without Conceptual Models is just asking for designs that


The Black-Scholes-Merton Model as an Idealization of Discrete-time Economies

The Black-Scholes-Merton Model as an Idealization of Discrete-time Economies
  • Author : David M. Kreps
  • Publisher : Cambridge University Press
  • Release : 30 September 2019
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This book examines whether continuous-time models in frictionless financial economies can be well approximated by discrete-time models. It specifically looks to answer the question: in what sense and to what extent does the famous Black-Scholes-Merton (BSM) continuous-time model of financial markets idealize more realistic discrete-time models of those markets? While it is well known that the BSM model is an idealization of discrete-time economies where the stock price process is driven by a binomial random walk, it is less known