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A Trojan Horse behind Chinese Walls? Problems and Prospects of U.S.-Sponsored "Rule of Law" Reform Projects in the People's Republic of China
(Center for International Development at Harvard University, 2000)
The US government has announced an initiative to promote the “rule of law” in the People’s Republic of China. However, though China has also endorsed building the “rule of law” as a goal, the American and Chinese views of ...
La philosophie naturelle dans l'oeuvre de Jean Bodin
(Honoré Champion, 2004)
H3+ in Diffuse Interstellar Gas
(Oxford University Press (OUP), 2000)
A model is constructed of the material in front of the star Cygnus OB2 no. 12 in which dense cores are embedded in diffuse clumps of gas. The model reproduces the measured abundances of Graphic C2 and CO, and predicts a ...
Static Analysis of Accessed Regions in Recursive Data Structures
(Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2003)
This paper presents an inter-procedural heap analysis that computes information about how programs access regions within recursive data structures, such as sublists within lists or subtrees within trees. The analysis is ...
Language-Based Information Erasure
Real computing systems sometimes need to forget sensi- tive information. This paper explores the specification and semantics of information erasure policies, which impose a strong, end-to-end requirement that information ...
Feynman Graphs and Renormalization in Quantum Diffusion
(World Scientific Publishing, 2008)
We review our proof that in a scaling limit, the time evolution of a quantum particle in a static random environment leads to a diffusion equation. In particular, we discuss the role of Feynman graph expansions and of ...
Vibrational relaxation of CO by collisions with 4He at ultracold temperatures
(AIP Publishing, 2000-07-08)
Quantum mechanical coupled channel scattering calculations are performed for the ro-vibrational relaxation of CO in collisions with ultracold He atoms. The van der Waals well in the interaction potential supports a number ...
Deliberative Democratic Theory and Empirical Political Science
(Annual Reviews, 2008-06-01)
Although empirical studies of deliberative democracy have proliferated in the past decade, too few have addressed the questions that are most significant in the normative theories. At the same time, many theorists have ...