System Structure And Control 1995: Proceedings Volume From The Ifac Conference, Nantes, France, 5-7 July 1995
These proceedings contain the 100 papers presented at the 3rd IFAC Conference on System Structure and Control held in Nantes, France, 5-7 July 1995. The conference provided an ideal forum for automatic control researchers from around the world to present their results and exchange both ideas and experience. The aim of the conference was to report recent research on various aspects of system analysis and applications, to identify future trends in this area and to promote applications of the structural approach of control theory.
Computers In Building : Proceedings Of The Eighth International Conference On Computer Aided Architectural Design Futures Held At Georgia Institute Of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia, U S A On June 7-8, 1999
Since the establishment of the CAAD Futures Foundation in 1985, CAAD experts from all over the world meet every two years to present and document the state of the art of research in Computer Aided Architectural Design. Together, the series provides a good record of the evolving state of research in this area over the last fourteen years. The Proceedings this year is the eighth in the series. The conference held at Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, Georgia, includes twenty-five papers presenting new and exciting results and capabilities in areas such as computer graphics, building modeling, digital sketching and drawing systems, Web-based collaboration and information exchange. An overall reading shows that computers in architecture is still a young field, with many exciting results emerging out of both greater understanding of the human processes and information processing needed to support design and also the continuously expanding capabilities of digital technology.
This study offers a novel view on Conference Interpreting by looking at EU interpreters as a professional community of practice. In particular, Duflou's work focuses on the nature of the competence conference interpreters working for the European Parliament and the European Commission need to acquire in order to cope with their professional tasks. Making use of observation as a member of the community, in-depth interviews and institutional documents, she explores the link between the specificity of the EU setting and the knowledge and skills required. Her analysis of the learning experiences of newcomers in the professional community shows that EU interpreters' competence is to a large extent context-dependent and acquired through situated learning. In addition, it highlights the various factors which have an impact on this learning process.
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