Report on the Divergence Between Plant and Company Concentration 1947

Report on the Divergence Between Plant and Company Concentration  1947

APPAREL The divergence difference betw . t of the media The divergence index
of the apparel group as a whole is 120 . 0 percent . Thus the difference between
plant and company concentration is only slightly greater than that of the median ...

Author: United States. Federal Trade Commission

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ISBN: UOM:39015038770429

Category: Factories

Page: 165

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Categories: Factories

The Divergence Theorem Without Differentiability Conditions

The Divergence Theorem Without Differentiability Conditions

THE DIVERGENCE THEOREM WITHOUT DIFFERENTIABILITY CONDITIONS by
Victor L. Shapiro Rutgers The State University New Brunswick , New Jersey The
prime purpose of this note is to elimina te the differentiability conditions stated ...

Author: Victor Lenard Shapiro

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ISBN: UOM:39015095251479

Category: Divergence theorem

Page: 8

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Report of the Federal Trade Commission on the Divergence Between Plant and Company Concentration 1947

Report of the Federal Trade Commission on the Divergence Between Plant and Company Concentration  1947

Thus , all industries with a " divergence index " above 100 percent have a
higherthan - median * difference between their two curves , with the reverse , of
course , being true of industries with indexes below 100 percent . The divergence
index ...

Author: United States. Federal Trade Commission

Publisher:

ISBN: UCAL:B2503987

Category: Factories

Page: 162

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Study of Monopoly Power The divergence between plant and company concentration 1947 81st Cong Interlocking directorates 82d Cong Testimony of the Federal Trade Commission Dec 12 1950 Mar 7 9 1951

Study of Monopoly Power  The divergence between plant and company concentration  1947  81st Cong   Interlocking directorates  82d Cong   Testimony of the Federal Trade Commission Dec  12  1950  Mar  7 9  1951

INTRODUCTION THE DIVERGENCE BETWEEN PLANT AND COMPANY
CONCENTRATION , 1947 The Federal Trade Commission has made several
excellent studies during the past few years which have resulted in bringing to the
attention ...

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary

Publisher:

ISBN: OSU:32437122436369

Category: Trusts, Industrial

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Categories: Trusts, Industrial

Dynamic Investigation of Static Divergence Analysis and Testing

Dynamic Investigation of Static Divergence  Analysis and Testing

It is desirable to find a place in the design space which satisfies all of the above
constraints and also demonstrates aerodynamic mode divergence . For clarity in
identifying that the system has diverged while the dynamic mode persists , the ...

Author: Jennifer Heeg

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ISBN: NASA:31769000451479

Category: Aerodynamics

Page: 162

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The phenomenon known as aeroelastic divergence is the focus of this work. The analyses and experiment presented here show that divergence can occur without a structural dynamic mode losing its oscillatory nature. Aeroelastic divergence occurs when the structural restorative capability or stiffness of a structure is overwhelmed by the static aerodynamic moment. This static aeroelastic coupling does not require the structural dynamic system behavior to cease, however. Aeroelastic changes in the dynamic mode behavior are governed not only by the stiffness, but by damping and inertial properties. The work presented here supports these fundamental assertions by examining a simple system: a typical section airfoil with only a rotational structural degree of freedom.
Categories: Aerodynamics

The Divergence of Trigonometric Series

The Divergence of Trigonometric Series

Hence ( 1.4 ) is divergent for every X , by the general principle of convergence .
Theorem I implies , as a special case , the divergence of ( 1.1 ) . For if we take u (
n ) = log log my c = 0 , in = ( 108 ) ( 108 m ) ' ( 122 ) ( 1.7 ) and an [ 10 log n ] ...

Author: P. B. Kennedy

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ISBN: UOM:39015095253681

Category: Fourier series

Page: 26

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A method due to Steinhaus, for the construction of everywhere-divergent trigonometric series with coefficients tending to zero, is generalized in a simple way. The generalization leads to some information concerning a theorem due to Zygmund, n the power of the set of points of convergence of certain trigonometric series with gaps. In §3 the solution is given of a problem related to that considered by Steinhaus.
Categories: Fourier series

The Divergence Theorem and Sets of Finite Perimeter

The Divergence Theorem and Sets of Finite Perimeter

Preface The divergence theorem and the resulting integration by parts formula
belong to the most frequently used tools of mathematical analysis . In its
elementary form , that is for smooth vector fields defined in a neighborhood of
some simple ...

Author: Washek F. Pfeffer

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781466507210

Category: Mathematics

Page: 259

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This book is devoted to a detailed development of the divergence theorem. The framework is that of Lebesgue integration- no generalized Riemann integrals of Henstock-Kurzweil variety are involved.In Part I the divergence theorem is established by a combinatorial argument involving dyadic cubes. Only elementary properties of the Lebesgue integral an
Categories: Mathematics

The Divergence Conspiracy

The Divergence Conspiracy

We have had no reason to put any of our security staff on the ship. We know
where it is at all times from a GPS beacon on board. Anyone in the world can
locate the ship using Google's Earth location 513 THE DIVERGENCE
CONSPIRACY ...

Author: Keith Bottin

Publisher: Strategic Book Publishing Rights Agency

ISBN: 9781625169310

Category: Fiction

Page: 570

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A CIA agent embedded in the New York City financial community is assigned with his partner to handle the financing of the divestiture of billions of dollars of corporate holdings. The holdings are held by an elderly and wealthy Hong Kong businessman. The agent is curious why so much funding needs to be generated in such a short period of time to fund the flu vaccine and cancer research at Shanghai Genomics. He later discovers that former scientists at Shanghai Genomics have died under mysterious circumstances. Then a close friend working on the divestitures is killed. Thereafter, the agent retrieves a sample of the flu vaccine and the DNA is scanned. Genes produced in the project would make the Chinese a super race. The agent reports his findings to the CIA director, who in turn reports to the president of the United States. The president discusses the matter with the president of China, and a plan is conceived to eliminate the flu vaccine dosages, which are located on a refrigerated ship in international waters. The plan includes the use of two B-2 stealth bombers armed with neutron bombs that would kill the live flu vaccine but not harm the ship. Will the plan be successful? About the Author Keith Bottin is retired and lives in Toronto. This is his first book and the first in a series. Publisher's website: http: //sbprabooks.com/KeithBottin
Categories: Fiction

Analysis of the divergence between theory and practice

Analysis of the divergence between theory and practice

Author: Oliver Schlösser

Publisher: diplom.de

ISBN: 9783832479282

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 66

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Inhaltsangabe:Abstract: This management report identifies and analyses the major inefficiencies in the altering strategies of Covisint® the former proclaimed biggest electronic B2B-marketplace in the world from its inauguration until the present day. Covisint® was founded by a consortium of automotive OEMs, i.e. General Motors, Ford Motor Company, and DaimlerChrysler in the beginning of 2000. This electronic B2B-platform represented the intention to establish an industry-wide standard that every automotive company should be forced to use if it wants to generate business in future. Moreover, Covisint® represented the ambitious vision of the Big Three to put their automotive supply chains on the Internet in order to improve their process efficiency in various ways. At that point of time many writers already called Covisint® the third revolution in the automotive industry (Industrial-IT 2000, p. 13). As this chosen prominent example will show, many managerial failures have been made causing the marketplace s continuous low performance. The management report mainly is based on 34 interviews conducted with automotive industry managers and experts from spring until autumn 2003. The extensive empirical research should allow obtaining an up-to-date and profound view of the interrelated inefficiencies in Covisint® s strategies. The crucial issues on every of the detected three major strategies as standardised electronic B2B-marketplace for the global automotive industry (1. strategy), as application service provider/ASP (2. strategy) and as messaging- and communication-hub (3. strategy) will be revealed, differentiated and critically discussed. The manifold and interrelated reasons for failures of each strategy will be analysed. Finally, in order to avoid the repetition of mistakes made in the past and to improve Covisint® s future performance, recommendations derived from the analysis are given. Zusammenfassung: Der vorliegende Management Report identifiziert und analysiert die bedeutendsten Ineffizienzen in den wechselnden Strategien von Covisint® dem ehemals proklamierten größten elektronischen B2B-Markplatz der Welt von dessen Gründung an bis zum Jahr 2004. Covisint® wurde Anfang des Jahres 2000 von einem Konsortium der größten weltweiten Automobilhersteller (OEM) General Motors, Ford Motor Company und DaimlerChrysler gegründet. Covisint® als elektronische B2B-Plattform repräsentierte die Absicht einen industrieweiten Standard für [...]
Categories: Business & Economics

Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution

Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution

A divergence of 6 ° was indicated . The plate of the stand was then raised 3
inches higher , so that the distance between b and the centre of a was equal to 2 ,
or 6 inches , and the experiment repeated , in the same manner , by applying the
 ...

Author: Smithsonian Institution. Board of Regents

Publisher:

ISBN: HARVARD:32044041851411

Category: Discoveries in science

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Annual Report of the Board of Regents

Annual Report of the Board of Regents

A divergence of 6 ° was indicated . The plate of the stand was then raised 3
inches higher , so that the distance between b and the centre of a was equal to 2 ,
or 6 inches , and the experiment repeated , in the same manner , by applying the
 ...

Author: Smithsonian Institution

Publisher:

ISBN: NWU:35556005077870

Category: Science

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Categories: Science

The Divergence

The Divergence

In this sweeping story of love and loss, fortune and fate, this masterful storyteller recounts the journeys of the McCabe and Skye families, along with the people who shape their lives, as they strive to make good in the penal colonies of ...

Author: Sharyn Bradford Lunn

Publisher: Independently Published

ISBN: 1793399182

Category:

Page: 284

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Southern Skyes Sharyn Bradford Lunn's landmark saga of adventure and romance, spans almost 200 years of family history set against a backdrop of the rich and rugged wilds of Australia. In this sweeping story of love and loss, fortune and fate, this masterful storyteller recounts the journeys of the McCabe and Skye families, along with the people who shape their lives, as they strive to make good in the penal colonies of New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land during the early 1800s. The saga chronicles the two families' trials and triumphs, joys and injustices, and the inner torment as their lives come full circle and old secrets are revealed.The epic begins with the love of a soldier in the New South Wales Corps for a high-spirited convict woman, but tragedy leads him to the arms of a beautiful native woman. From these unions arise generations of proud Australians who play their part in forging the Great Southern Land. The story of these courageous men and women, their dreams, their dynasty, and the heritage they share is as unique as the land from which they sprang. Southern Skyes brings Australia's history to life with compelling characters, rendering the Australian landscape in all its rugged magnificence. The Divergence - Book Two of Southern Skyes The Divergence continues from The Soldier's Seed, the first book of the Southern Skyes family saga, capturing the wide range of relationships between colonists, convicts, hunters and the indigenous population during the tumultuous events that defined the early penal colonies of Australia and the discovery of gold.The two young sons of Nicholas Thomas, a soldier in the New South Wales Corps, have been torn apart by circumstances beyond their control and struggle to find their own identity within their father's legacy. One son faces the beast of prejudice and unrequited love, while the other is handed everything on a platter . . . or is he?While pioneering new settlements and enterprises, each son, in his own way, resists the injustices of colonial Van Diemen's Land and witnesses the demise of a free and ancient people even as they face their individual misfortunes.Will the sons be reunited . . . and will their descendants find fortune and accept their family ties on the gold fields of mainland Australia?The Divergence reveals another poignant historical adventure in the family saga that is the Southern Skyes series.
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Minutes of Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers

Minutes of Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers

4 , and in consequence the size of the flame from which the divergence has to be
calculated increases instead of remaining constant as in the case of a sphere ; so
that instead of increasing by single minutes , the divergence of the plane ...

Author: Institution of Civil Engineers (Great Britain)

Publisher:

ISBN: PRNC:32101050732724

Category: Civil engineering

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Algebra

Algebra

Hence the divergence of Sa'f(a") involves the divergence of Sb'sb"); and the
divergence of Sf(n) follows by the main theorem. In case 2°, the divergence of Xf(
n) is at once obvious; for, if L afor) + 0, then ultimately af(r)-A, where A-0. Hence z:
oo ...

Author: George Chrystal

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ISBN: UOM:39015018016066

Category: Algebra

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Categories: Algebra

The Journal of the Linnean Society

The Journal of the Linnean Society

possessing low powers and small opportunities for migration divide the same
area , or an area no larger , between many representative species , shows that
independent generation is an important element in their divergence . CHAPTER
II .

Author: Linnean Society of London

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ISBN: HARVARD:32044106309446

Category: Zoology

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Categories: Zoology

Proceedings

Proceedings

4 , from which it will be observed that during the first 100 miles the line was in
excellent condition , the divergence being well within the limits which might be
reasonably expected , but thereafter this divergence increased very rapidly .

Author: American Society of Civil Engineers

Publisher:

ISBN: PRNC:32101049921008

Category: Civil engineering

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An Elementary Text book of Botany

An Elementary Text book of Botany

In some cases the construction of a spiral with a constant divergence is
impossible , as in Salvinia . The causes of this regularity of arrangement of the
leaves lie partly in the mode of origin of the leaves at the apex of the stem , and
partly in the ...

Author: Sydney Howard Vines

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ISBN: HARVARD:HW2O3U

Category: Botany

Page: 611

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Categories: Botany

The Journal of the Linnean Society of London

The Journal of the Linnean Society of London

same environment changes its habits , learning to appropriate resources that had
not been previously used , it becomes a new intergenerating group “ in which a
new and divergent form of natural selection is established ; " but that the result of
 ...

Author: Linnean Society of London

Publisher:

ISBN: UCR:31210017332238

Category: Zoology

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Categories: Zoology

Algebra an Elementary Text Book for the Higher Classes of Secondary Schools and for Colleges

Algebra  an Elementary Text Book for the Higher Classes of Secondary Schools and for Colleges

36 CRITERIA OF DE MORGAN AND BERTRAND 125 divergent . Now , by $ 4 ,
Th . II . , 3 ( a - 1 ) a " f ( a " ) is convergent if Ea “ f ( a * ) is convergent , and $ { ( a
– 1 ) / a } am + if ( am + 1 ) is divergent if Sam + if ( am + 1 ) is divergent ; and for ...

Author: George Chrystal

Publisher:

ISBN: HARVARD:HW3ART

Category: Algebra

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Categories: Algebra

The New England Journal of Medicine

The New England Journal of Medicine

An examination of photographs of bare - footed moc In shoe - wearing people ,
an angle of divergence is casin - wearing people ( Turks , Dalmatians , Egyptians
, the rule , both in standing and walking , except in young Somalis , Congo ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015075811953

Category: Medicine

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Categories: Medicine