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  1. "Tahame mängida Eestis" / Jovanka Trbojevic, Kjetil Skoien ; interv. Harry Liivrand

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    Trbojevic, Jovanka

    2008-01-01

    Kopenhaagenis esietendus Eesti kannibali ja tema naise elu ainetel loodud ooper "Süda kilekotis". Helsingis elava serblasest helilooja Jovanka Trbojevici muusika ja idee, lavastaja norra videokunstnik, fotograaf ja lavastaja Kjetil Skoien

  2. Taanlased arvustavad inimsööjaooperit

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    2008-01-01

    Kopenhaagenis esietendus Eesti kannibali ja tema naise elu ainetel loodud ooper "Süda kilekotis"("Heart in a Plastic Bag"). Helsingis elava serblasest helilooja Jovanka Trbojevici muusika ja idee, lavastaja norra videokunstnik, fotograaf ja lavastaja Kjetil Skoien

  3. Armastus ei luba naisel inimsööjat reeta / Harry Liivrand

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    Liivrand, Harry, 1961-

    2008-01-01

    Kopenhaagenis esietendus Eesti kannibali ja tema naise elu ainetel loodud ooper "Süda kilekotis". Helsingis elava serblasest helilooja Jovanka Trbojevici muusika ja idee, lavastaja norra videokunstnik, fotograaf ja lavastaja Kjetil Skoien

  4. Kjetil A. Jacobsen: Etter Charlie Hebdo -Ytringfrihetens krise i historisk lys. Forlaget Press. 2016

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    Tække, Jesper

    2017-01-01

    . Den er primært et idéhistorisk værk, der fører diskussionerne op til nutiden, hvorved den tillige udgør et samtidshistorisk værk, der kommenterer aktuelle problemstillinger. Emnet er både aktuelt og relevant i en tid, der bl.a. er karakteriseret af Fake News, terroranslag mod nogle af dem, der ytrer...

  5. Democracy between ethnos and demos: territorial identification and political support in the Baltic States / Kjetil Duvold, Sten Berglund

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    Duvold, Kjetil

    2014-01-01

    Artiklis analüüsitakse poliitilise kogukonna ja demokraatia vahelisi seoseid teoreetilisest perspektiivist ning käsitletakse riigi ülesehitamise strateegiaid Eestis, Lätis ja Leedus pärast iseseisvuse taastamist 1990. aastatel, arvestades nende riikide rahvuslikku koosseisu

  6. Animaalne antimagnetism / Mari Laaniste

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    Laaniste, Mari, 1977-

    2009-01-01

    Rahvusvaheline grupinäitus "Loomakari" Tallinna Kunstihoones kuni 12. aprillini. Kuraator Sandra Jõgeva, kujundaja Tanel Saar. Lühidalt Jenni Juulia Wallinheimo, Kjetil Kauslandi ja Loore Emilie Raavi töödest

  7. Informeeritud nõusolek ja muutuvad eetilised raamistikud bioeetikas / Kristi Lõuk

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    Lõuk, Kristi

    2011-01-01

    Ülevaade 4.-6. novembril 2010 toimunud informeeritud nõusoleku teemalisel konverentsil kõneldust. Esinejad: Tom L. Beauchamp, Margit Sutrop, Ruth Faden, Theda Rehbock, Kjetil Rommetveit, Toivo Maimets, Ruth Chadwick, Ants Nõmper, Jan Helge Solbakk

  8. "Loomakari" kui uue ühiskonnakorralduse näide / Ernest Truely ; tõlkinud Ulla Juske

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    Truely, Ernest

    2009-01-01

    Sandra Jõgeva kuraatoriprojektist "Loomakari" Tallinna Kunstihoones, avatud 12. aprillini. Kujundaja Tanel Saar. Sandra Jõgeva, Tanel Saare, Anthony Faroux' (Inglismaa), Jenni Juulia Wallinheimo (Soome) ja Kjetil Kauslandi (Norra) töödest

  9. Popmuusika / Tiit Kusnets

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    Kusnets, Tiit

    2005-01-01

    Uutest heliplaatidest Les Paul & Friends "American Made World Played", "So Amazing", Kolumbus Kris "See on voodoo", Abstrait Presents "Al-pha-x & Ma Faiza", Kjetil Björnstad "Floating", S.U.M.O. "Rebounces", Queen ? Paul Rodgers "Return Of The Champions"

  10. Arhitektuurieurovisiooni võitjad selgunud / Karin Hallas-Murula

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    Hallas, Karin, 1957-

    2009-01-01

    28. mail antakse Barcelonas üle 2009. a. Euroopa Liidu Mies van der Rohe nimelised kaasaegse arhitektuuri preemiad. Võitjaks tuli Oslo ooperi- ja balletiteater (arhitektuuribüroo Snohetta, arhitektid Kjetil Trædal Thorsen, Tarald Lundevall, Craig Dykers). Noore arhitekti eripreemia läks Horvaatia arhitektuuribüroole Studio Up (arhitektid Lea Pelivan, Toma Plejić) gümnaasiumi "46º09'N/16º50'E" eest Koprivnicas. Kataloogi valiti Eestist KOKO Arhitektide (Andrus Kõresaar, Raivo Kotov) projekteeritud Rotermanni kvartali laudsepatöökoja rekonstruktsioon

  11. En begivenhetsstudie av laksesektoren på Oslo Børs i perioden 2012-2016 : kvartalsresultat vs. analytikernes forventninger

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    Mellingen, Torstein Nyhammer

    2017-01-01

    In this master thesis I investigate three issues. First I start by analysing whether the analysts Henning Lund, Kjetil Lye and Kolbjørn Giskeødegård have been able to give their customers excess returns through trade recommendations for salmon stocks at Oslo Stock Exchange between 01.01.2012 – 31.12.2016. By conducting an event study I also analyse how the stock prices for eight salmon companies2 react before, during and after publication of quarterly reports, as well as how the stock prices ...

  12. The changing sensory room

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    2018-01-01

    In 2017 the kindergarten The Milky Way in the city Vejle in Denmark made a sensory room that has the special ability change whenever wanted by the children and social educators. Kjetil Sandvik (to the right) from Copenhagen University and Klaus Thestrup from Aarhus University reflects upon what...... they saw, took part in and talked with the social educators about. Jacob Knudsen from VIFIN filmed the two gentlemen and organised the project. it is a room composed around common experiments, many self-made objects, open narrative structures. and a combination of digital and analogue elements....

  13. Time-REferenced data Kriging (TREK): mapping hydrological statistics given their time of reference

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    Porcheron, Delphine; Leblois, Etienne; Sauquet, Eric

    2016-04-01

    A major issue in water sciences is to predict runoff parameters at ungauged sites. Estimates can be obtained by various methods. Among them, geostatistical approaches provide interpolation methods that consequently use explicit assumptions on the variable of interest. Geostatistical techniques have been applied to precipitation and temperature fields and later extended to estimate runoff features considered as basin-support variates along the river network (e.g. Gottschalk, 1993; Sauquet et al., 2000; Skoien et al., 2006; Gottschalk et al., 2011). To obtain robust estimations, the first step is to collect a relevant dataset. Sauquet et al. (2000) and Sauquet (2006) suggest including a large number of catchments with long and common observation periods to ensure both reliability and temporal consistency in runoff estimates. However most observation networks evolve with time. Several choices are thus possible to define an optimal reference period maximizing either spatial or temporal overlap. However, the constraints usually lead to discard a significant number of stations. Time-REferenced data Kriging method (TREK) has been developed to overcome this issue. Here is proposed a method of geostatistical estimation considering the temporal support over which a hydrological statistic has been estimated. This allows attenuating the loss of data previously caused by the application of a strict reference period. The time reference remains for the targeted map itself. The weights depend on the observation period of the data included in the dataset and how near this is to the target period. In this presentation, the concepts of TREK will be introduced and thereafter illustrated to map mean annual runoff in France. References Gottschalk, L., 1993, Correlation and covariance of runoff. Stochastic Hydrology and Hydraulics 7(2), 85-101. Sauquet, E., Gottschalk, L. and Leblois, E., 2000, Mapping average annual runoff: a hierarchical approach applying a stochastic interpolation

  14. Death ends a life, not a relationship

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    Christensen, Dorthe Refslund; Sandvik, Kjetil

    2014-01-01

    In the final chapter, “Death Ends a Life, not a Relationship: objects as media on children’s graves”, Dorthe Refslund Christensen and Kjetil Sandvik investigate the relational affordances offered by objects as media in practices of death and commemoration on children’s graves. The authors argue t...... – mirrored in online memorial sites – that transform the dead child into a being with whom an altered relationship may be built, maintained and developed so that the bereaved can, eventually, integrate the dead into his or her ongoing life.......In the final chapter, “Death Ends a Life, not a Relationship: objects as media on children’s graves”, Dorthe Refslund Christensen and Kjetil Sandvik investigate the relational affordances offered by objects as media in practices of death and commemoration on children’s graves. The authors argue...... that when it comes to bereavement practices as they materialize on children’s graves, it is the accommodation and decoration of the grave itself that function as media with their variety of physical objects as ritual and relational tools for communication. The bereaved perform practices on children’s graves...

  15. Death ends a life, not a relationship

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    Christensen, Dorthe Refslund; Sandvik, Kjetil

    2014-01-01

    In the final chapter, “Death Ends a Life, not a Relationship: objects as media on children’s graves”, Dorthe Refslund Christensen and Kjetil Sandvik investigate the relational affordances offered by objects as media in practices of death and commemoration on children’s graves. The authors argue...... that when it comes to bereavement practices as they materialize on children’s graves, it is the accommodation and decoration of the grave itself that function as media with their variety of physical objects as ritual and relational tools for communication. The bereaved perform practices on children’s graves...... – mirrored in online memorial sites – that transform the dead child into a being with whom an altered relationship may be built, maintained and developed so that the bereaved can, eventually, integrate the dead into his or her ongoing life....

  16. FFAGs: Front-end for neutrino factories and medical accelerators

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    Mori, Yoshiharu

    The idea of Fixed Field Alternating Gradient (FFAG) accelerator was originated by different people and groups in the early 1950s. It was independently introduced by Ohkawa [Ohkawa (1953)], Symon et al. [Symon et al. (1956)], and Kolomensky [Kolomensky and Lebedev (1966)] when the strong Alternate Gradient (AG) focusing and the phase stability schemes were applied to particle acceleration. The first FFAG electron model was developed in the MURA accelerator project led by Kerst and Cole in the late 1950s. Since then, they have fabricated several electron models in the early 1960s [Symon et al. (1956)]. However, the studies did not lead to a single practical FFAG accelerator for the following 50 years. Because of the difficulties of treating non-linear magnetic field and RF acceleration for non-relativistic particles, the proton FFAG, especially, was not accomplished until recently. In 2000, the FFAG concept was revived with the world's first proton FFAG (POP) which was developed at KEK [Aiba (2000); Mori (1999)]. Since then, in many places [Berg (2004); Johnstone et al. (2004); Mori (2011); Ruggiero (2004); Trbojevic (2004)], FFAGs have been developed and constructed...

  17. Foreword

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    Aime, C.; Soummer, R.

    very short explanation of how the reports are ordered is given here. The Journées of 2003 started with the delocalized lectures (delocalized means here “not in Paris”!) of the Collège de France, of Antoine Labeyrie who wrote a report on Removal of coronagraphy residues with an adaptive hologram. Three invited seminars follow: Olivier Guyon (Pupil remapping techniques), Daniel Rouan (Ultra-nulling interferometers), and Kjetil Dohlen (Phase masks in astronomy). An illustration from Daniel Rouan's talk on the properties of Prouhet-Thué-Morse series was also selected for the cover figure of this edition. These papers are followed by the courses and communications given during the 4 days of the school, in a slightly different order of their presentation. The first two days were on atmospheric turbulence and adaptive optics for coronagraphy, and also coronagraphic space projects. Steve Ridgway gives a general introduction to the problem (Astronomy with high contrast imaging). This is followed by a presentation on Fourier and Statistical Optics: Shaped and Apodized apertures (Claude Aime), The effect of a coronagraph on the statistics of adaptive optics pinned speckles (Claude Aime and Rémi Soummer). A general introduction to the problem of atmospheric turbulence is made by Julien Borgnino. A presentation of the Concordia site with emphasis on its advantages for high contrast imaging is given by Eric Fossat. Several presentations relative to numerical simulations of Adaptive Optics and coronagraphy follow: Marcel Carbillet (AO for very high contrast imaging), Lyu Abe and Anthony Boccaletti share two presentations on Numerical simulations for coronagraphy. These presentations are followed by reports on experiments: Sandrine Thomas (SAM-the SOAR adaptive module), Pierre Baudoz (Cryogenic IR test of the 4QPM coronagraph), Anthony Boccaletti (Coronagraphy with JWST in the thermal IR). Pierre Bourget (Hg-Mask Coronagraph) ends this part with a coronagraph using a mercury

  18. SPECIAL ISSUE - “COMMUNICATION, DESIGN AND LEARNING”

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    Per Hetland

    2016-11-01

    - a case of students negotiating their social presence in an online course”. Their paperreports on a study of a higher education online course based on asynchronous communication. In the selection of technology for online discussions they aimed at creating a sense of togetherness among the teachers and the students. Their choice proved to be a insightful experience of how the differences of agency of a virtual learning environment (VLE are compared to social media when it comes to social presence.Anders I. Mørch of the University of Oslo has collaborated with Louise Mifsud and Bård Kjetil Engen, of Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences on the fourth paper, called “Problem-Based Learning in Synchronous Networked Environments: Comparing Adobe Connect and Second Life”. Their approach was to compare experiences from using two networked learning environments: Adobe Connect (AC and Second Life (SL for supporting teaching and learning in distance education courses. Data were collected from two separate case studies: one in Norway (AC and the other in the United States (SL, using different but comparable methods of data analysis. They focus on problem-based learning (PBL, using four application characteristics of PBL (learner activity, collaborative learning, feedback, and valuation of previous knowledge.General sectionIn addition to the four papers in the special issue of Seminar.net, we also contribute with two more papers.David Hallberg, representing both The Swedish Red Cross University College and the Stockholm University, has written a paper with Henrik Hansson and Anders G.Nilsson, also from Stockholm University called: “Immigrant Women's Reasoning and Use of Information and Communications Technology in Lifelong Learning”. The paper explores the reasoning and use of information and communications technology (ICT in lifelong learning by immigrant women. The researchers collected data from semi-structured and unstructured interviews. The