book structure

book structure

[′bu̇k ‚strək·chər]
(geology)
A rock structure of numerous parallel sheets of slate alternating with quartz.
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The existing work book structure is complex for each sector there are many interlinked work books.
Like most edited volumes based on conference papers, the coherence of the book structure, while adroitly handled by the editors, is still undermined to some extent due to the limited number of chapters.
in H1 2014, and it has a more diversified loan book structure compared
During all the book, Gabriele tries to control the complexity of his world and he does it by writing and saving all what he reads, lives and thinks in computer files, also irrelevant information: the result is a book structure that is branched and fractalic (complex systems examples are branching morphogenesis of organisms and fractallike shape of coastlines).
There was a great film structure hidden in this massive book structure, and I just had to decide what sections to eliminate.
The technical challenges are daunting, but we'll continue to make enhancements to our OCR and book structure extraction technologies.
She presents both a conventional book structure with chapters in which chronological sequences are often difficult to discern and boxed vignettes of other things that interest her.
Secondly, the book structure is not as clear or well-thought out as the page structure.
I enjoyed reading the book Structure of Scientific Revolutions and highly recommend it.
3--Color) The House of the Book structure at Brandeis-Bardin contributes to a focus on Jewish culture.
The breadth of the discipline of missiology is well reflected in the book structure.
Daniel Essig, who created a mixed-media book structure that incorporates unusual woods, handmade paper, found objects, fossils, and mica.