Rogachevskii, "Threshold, excitability and isochrones
in the Bonhoeffer-van der Pol system," Chaos, vol.
2) a detrimental one that concerns the isochrones
and the transport quality, the study suggests the need to place the activities in the base town and impose, in these circumstances, the building of new living places with all the specific facilities.
Bressan et al., "Theoretical isochrones
in several photometric systems I.
The simulation now shows the isochrones
as straight lines, indicating that the material is introduced into the cavity at relatively the same rate as the melt passing by gates 2 and 3.
Here, Nietzsche develops the pseudo-scientific rationale of cultural isochrones
, by means of which he tries to establish that the Ubermensch is not a matter of historical progress, but of surpassing oneself in a way that serves as a measure of and justifies the entire cultural context: "Wenn es einmal moglich sein wird, isochronische Cultur-Linien durch die Gesehichte zu ziehen, so wird der moderne Begriff Fortschritt artig auf den Kopf zu stehen kommen" (KSA 13: 191).
It also reflects the continued importance of retailers' proximate marketing environment in terms of competitive developments, demographic changes and the continuing importance of drive-time isochrones
which may alter significantly with changes in the road network.
For the first time it becomes practical to superimpose lines that represent isochrones
, that is, precise crustal ages, on the shaded relief of the seafloor.
The key dataset assembled from the synthesis of these products allows for the analysis of the fire intensity by area in mapping of the fire severity, and the fire's progression as isochrones
for synthetic anomalies are shown in Figure 6a for the A-B section (Fig.
mapping provides the area which is covered by a service within a time limit using various public/private transport modes.
However, no reliable aged were obtained from the experiments (neither plateaus not isochrones
could be defined), probably due to the high degree of alteration of the samples.
Another case of a glacially dammed lake in this region had been proposed by Upham (O-1895a), who drew isochrones
on the margin of the Laurentide ice sheet as he envisaged it retreating northeastward across the St.