###### 2017

- Composition 192" (Anthony Braxton) - 62:30 Anthony Braxton - flute, clarinet, bass clarinet, contrabass clarinet sopranino saxophone, alto saxophone, F saxophone Lauren Newton - vocals Anthony Braxton discography accessed June 13, 2017 Leo Records Catalog accessed June 13, 2017 Yanow, Scott. (wikipedia.org)
- Pierre Gaspard, Chaos, scattering and statistical mechanics, (1998) Cambridge University Press Shervin Bagheri and Predrag Cvitanovic, "Koopmanism's World Wide Quest to Rule", (2017), https://transturb17.wikispaces.com/-/Koopmanism/Koopmanistas/file/view/Koopmanism.pdf/603171836/Koopmanism.pdf C. C. Cowen and B. D. MacCluer, Composition operators on spaces of analytic functions. (wikipedia.org)
- A recent graduate received the 2017 DownBeat Student Music Award for "Outstanding Original Composition" in the undergraduate category for his large ensemble composition. (lawrence.edu)

###### mathematics

- This article is about function composition in mathematics. (wikipedia.org)
- In mathematics , function composition is the pointwise application of one function to the result of another to produce a third function. (wikipedia.org)
- In mathematics, a composition of an integer n is a way of writing n as the sum of a sequence of (strictly) positive integers. (wikipedia.org)
- In mathematics, demonic composition is an operation on binary relations that is somewhat comparable to ordinary composition of relations but is robust to refinement of the relations into (partial) functions or injective relations. (wikipedia.org)
- In mathematics, the composition operator C ϕ {\displaystyle C_{\phi }} with symbol ϕ {\displaystyle \phi } is a linear operator defined by the rule C ϕ ( f ) = f ∘ ϕ {\displaystyle C_{\phi }(f)=f\circ \phi } where f ∘ ϕ {\displaystyle f\circ \phi } denotes function composition. (wikipedia.org)
- In mathematics, composition operators commonly occur in the study of shift operators, for example, in the Beurling-Lax theorem and the Wold decomposition. (wikipedia.org)

###### associative

- The composition of functions is always associative -a property inherited from the composition of relations . (wikipedia.org)
- Composition algebras of dimension 1 and 2 are commutative and associative. (wikipedia.org)
- Unlike ordinary composition of relations, demonic composition is not associative. (wikipedia.org)

###### AllMusic

- The Allmusic review by Brian Olewnick stated "Composition 113 is not nearly as forbidding or difficult as one might guess at first blush, given its ascetic instrumentation. (wikipedia.org)
- Composition 113 - Review at AllMusic. (wikipedia.org)
- Composition 192 - Review at AllMusic. (wikipedia.org)

###### refers

- The term composition (from Latin com- "with" and ponere "to place"), in written language, refers to the body of important features established by the author in their creation of literature. (wikipedia.org)
- This composition refers to work produced in digital spaces. (wikipedia.org)
- Team composition refers to the overall mix of characteristics among people in a team, which is a unit of two or more individuals who interact interdependently to achieve a common objective. (wikipedia.org)

###### displaystyle

- The equation for the azeotropic concentration is shown below at the given reactivity ratios for each monomer species: ( f 1 ) a = 1 − r 2 2 − r 1 − r 2 {\displaystyle (f_{1})_{a}={\frac {1-r_{2}}{2-r_{1}-r_{2}}}\,} The azeotropic concentrations are unstable operation points, as any small change in temperature will cause a shift in molar concentration through reactivity ratio effects and cause subsequent composition drift. (wikipedia.org)
- Continuous stirred tank reactor (CSTR): at steady state he reactor composition ( f 1 {\displaystyle f_{1}} ) is constant and will not allow for composition drift. (wikipedia.org)

###### function composition

- For function composition in computer science, see Function composition (computer science) . (wikipedia.org)

###### Miles Davis

- The song composition officially credits Miles Davis as the writer. (wikipedia.org)
- Solar" (/ˈsoʊlər/ or /soʊˈlɑːr/) is a musical composition attributed to Miles Davis on the studio album Walkin' (1954), considered a modern jazz standard. (wikipedia.org)

###### Anthony Braxton

- Composition 113 is a solo album by composer Anthony Braxton featuring his title piece, for one soloist, a large photograph, and prepared stage, which was released on the Sound Aspects label in 1984. (wikipedia.org)
- Composition 192 is a live album by composer and saxophonist Anthony Braxton with vocalist Lauren Newton, recorded at Queen Elizabeth Hall in 1996 and released on the Leo label. (wikipedia.org)

###### authorship

- However, they also recognize that "remixing as a form of composition inhabits a contested terrain of creativity, intellectual property, authorship, corporate ownership, and power. (wikipedia.org)

###### terminology

- Distillation terminology is also borrowed for the case of azeotropic compositions in copolymer systems. (wikipedia.org)

###### occur

- The authors discuss the intertextual nature of writing and assert that participation in existing discourse necessarily means that composition cannot occur separate from that discourse. (wikipedia.org)
- Composition drift in some degree will occur unless the reactivity ratios for both monomers are equal to 1. (wikipedia.org)
- At these points, composition drift will not occur. (wikipedia.org)

###### atomic

- Pie charts of typical human body composition by percent of mass, and by percent of atomic composition (atomic percent). (wikipedia.org)
- Water is ~11% hydrogen by mass but ~67% hydrogen by atomic percent , and these numbers along with the complementary % numbers for oxygen in water, are the largest contributors to overall mass and atomic composition figures. (wikipedia.org)
- Atomic resolution scanning transmission electron microscopy images and electron diffraction patterns, arranged on a rendering of a battery, show how the structure of lithium-rich and manganese-rich transition metal oxides used inside battery cathodes changes with composition. (eurekalert.org)

###### consists

- Composition C-3 consists of 77%-85% cyclonite (RDX) and 15%-23% gel made out of liquid nitro compounds (e.g. liquid DNT and small amount of NT) and nitrocellulose or butyl phthalate and nitrocellulose. (wikipedia.org)
- The Senior Experience in composition consists of a recital (approx. (lawrence.edu)

###### inverse

- the composition operator is the inverse image functor. (wikipedia.org)

###### equation

- The eigenvalue equation of the composition operator is Schröder's equation, and the principal eigenfunction f(x) is often called Schröder's function or Koenigs function. (wikipedia.org)
- Both the Mayo-Lewis equation and plot of the equation make evident that as monomer conversion increases, the copolymer composition will drift as the preferences for monomers change due to the interaction between reactivity ratios and the instantaneous concentration of each monomer. (wikipedia.org)

###### robust

- The pearl glue can be increased to 300 grammes for a harder and stronger result, or then the rosin to 150 grammes for a more elastic and generally more robust composition. (wikipedia.org)

###### usually

- Composition ornament ("Compo") is a mouldable resin worked either by hand or more usually pressed into moulds to produce decorative work. (wikipedia.org)
- In physics, and especially the area of dynamical systems, the composition operator is usually referred to as the Koopman operator (and its wild surge in popularity is sometimes jokingly called "Koopmania"), named after Bernard Koopman. (wikipedia.org)
- The domain of a composition operator is usually taken to be some Banach space, often consisting of holomorphic functions: for example, some Hardy space or Bergman space. (wikipedia.org)
- Pyrotechnic compositions are usually homogenized mixtures of small particles of fuels and oxidizers. (wikipedia.org)
- Team composition is usually either homogeneous, in which all members are the same, or heterogeneous, in which team members all contain significant differences. (wikipedia.org)
- My own preference usually activates the foreground, something to ground the entire composition and give the eye an intentional entry into it. (conceptart.org)

###### different

- Compositions of two real functions, absolute value and a cubic function , in different orders show a non-commutativity of the composition. (wikipedia.org)
- Every unital composition algebra over a field K can be obtained by repeated application of the Cayley-Dickson construction starting from K (if the characteristic of K is different from 2) or a 2-dimensional composition subalgebra (if char(K) = 2). (wikipedia.org)
- Two sequences that differ in the order of their terms define different compositions of their sum, while they are considered to define the same partition of that number. (wikipedia.org)
- Variants have different proportions and plasticisers and include composition C-2, composition C-3, and composition C-4. (wikipedia.org)
- A flash powder composition may specify multiple different fuels. (wikipedia.org)

###### rocket

- The detainee was trained to use the Kalashnikov rifle, rocket propelled grenades, hand grenades , land mines, Composition-3 (C-3) and Composition-4 (C-4) explosives. (wikipedia.org)

###### term

- The term composition is used for any explosive material compounded from several ingredients. (wikipedia.org)

###### Highly

- Johnson-Eilola and Selber suggest that texts should always be treated as assemblages since composition is often highly intertextual. (wikipedia.org)
- Many pyrotechnic compositions - especially involving aluminium and perchlorates - are often highly sensitive to friction, impact, and static electricity. (wikipedia.org)

###### original

- His company, George Jackson, still trades today and supplies composition ornament made to the original methods and recipe. (wikipedia.org)
- Johnson-Eilola and Selber believe that composition should be undertaken as a problem solving activity rather than a demonstration of original ideas. (wikipedia.org)
- 40 minutes) of original compositions and a portfolio of scores and records of works composed while at Lawrence. (lawrence.edu)

###### systems

- arose in the context of the number-theoretic problem of quadratic forms permitting composition…this number-theoretic question can be transformed into one concerning certain algebraic systems, the composition algebras. (wikipedia.org)
- Multiplication operator Composition ring Carleman matrix B.O. Koopman, "Hamiltonian systems and transformations in Hilbert space", (1931) Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA, 17, pp. 315-318. (wikipedia.org)

###### Search

- Try a google search for composition tutorials or rule of the Thirds. (conceptart.org)

###### compose

- You will compose a large variety of instrumental and vocal chamber music and present frequent public performances of your music during Composition Studio Recitals and you may be selected to compose a work for performance by one of the conservatory's large ensembles. (lawrence.edu)

###### Jazz

- South" is a jazz composition by Thamon Hayes and Bennie Moten. (wikipedia.org)

###### either

- A composition algebra (A, ∗, N) is either a division algebra or a split algebra, depending on the existence of a non-zero v in A such that N(v) = 0, called a null vector. (wikipedia.org)
- Composition algebras of dimension 2 are either quadratic field extensions of K or isomorphic to K ⊕ K. Composition algebras of dimension 4 are called quaternion algebras. (wikipedia.org)

###### special

- The composition of functions is a special case of the composition of relations , so all properties of the latter are true of composition of functions. (wikipedia.org)

###### real

- The squaring function N(x) = x2 on the real number field forms the primordial composition algebra. (wikipedia.org)
- When the field K is taken to be real numbers R, then there are just six other real composition algebras. (wikipedia.org)
- In 1923 the case of real algebras with positive definite forms was delimited by the Hurwitz's theorem (composition algebras). (wikipedia.org)
- Composition of functions on an infinite set: If f: ℝ → ℝ (where ℝ is the set of all real numbers) is given by f(x) = 2x + 4 and g: ℝ → ℝ is given by g(x) = x3, then: (f ∘ g)(x) = f(g(x)) = f(x3) = 2x3 + 4, and (g ∘ f)(x) = g(f(x)) = g(2x + 4) = (2x + 4)3. (wikipedia.org)

###### require

- Batch reactors have no control over composition drift and require the implementation of engineering solutions to limit drift. (wikipedia.org)

###### example

- Concrete example for the composition of two functions. (wikipedia.org)
- For example the five compositions of 5 into distinct terms are: 5 4 + 1 3 + 2 2 + 3 1 + 4. (wikipedia.org)
- for example, the composition g ∘ f of the functions f : ℝ → (−∞,+defined by f(x) = 9 − x2 and g : [0,+∞) → ℝ defined by g(x) = √x can be defined on the interval [−3,+ (wikipedia.org)

###### together

- When Beresford previewed the composition, The Guardian denounced it as "offensive" and commented that the performance sounded "like every other left-field collage of scrape and hoot cobbled together to bolster the elitism of a tiny audience. (wikipedia.org)

###### language

- Composition, which includes the language of visuals is a recent development in composition studies. (wikipedia.org)
- In thinking about how visuals are used and communicate, and how one composes or analyzes a visual in a rheotrical work, she argues that one consider the focus: Nature, the present elements/physical features and suggested elements/concepts and ideas Function, the action it communicates Evaluation, assessed rhetorically Foss, who acknowledges visual rhetoric, demonstrates that composition studies has to consider other definitions and incorporations of language. (wikipedia.org)
- Here is where you can find all of the information needed for AP Language and Composition. (google.com)

###### similar

- A weak composition of an integer n is similar to a composition of n, but allowing terms of the sequence to be zero: it is a way of writing n as the sum of a sequence of non-negative integers. (wikipedia.org)
- Composition C-3 was very similar to Composition C-2, but removed the solvent and varied the exact proportions of plasticisers to improve high temperature storage. (wikipedia.org)
- One of the first reported and tested compositions of C-3 was very similar to earlier Composition C-2 and contained 77% RDX, 3% tetryl, 4% TNT, 1% NC, 5% NT, and 10% DNT. (wikipedia.org)

###### Words

- in other words, weak compositions are assumed to be implicitly extended indefinitely by terms 0. (wikipedia.org)
- Combinatorics of Compositions and Words. (wikipedia.org)

###### additional

- The composition of functions has some additional properties. (wikipedia.org)

###### often

- He further argues that students with workplace experience often transfer assemblage writing into the composition classroom. (wikipedia.org)
- Interesting questions posed in the study of composition operators often relate to how the spectral properties of the operator depend on the function space. (wikipedia.org)

###### early

- These findings confirm that mode of delivery and gestational age both have significant effects on early neonatal microbiota composition. (biomedcentral.com)
- The composition of sums of squares was noted by several early authors. (wikipedia.org)

###### Journal

- The concept was first proposed by Johndan Johnson-Eilola (author of Datacloud) and Stuart Selber in the journal Computers & Composition in 2007. (wikipedia.org)

###### terms

- Body composition may be analyzed in terms of molecular type e.g., water , protein , connective tissue , fats (or lipids ), hydroxylapatite (in bones), carbohydrates (such as glycogen and glucose ) and DNA . (wikipedia.org)

###### major

- Four begins with an ascending major second, the composition is a 32 bar ABAC form. (wikipedia.org)
- A recent composition major even had the opportunity to commission a mass double reed ensemble piece for the convention. (lawrence.edu)
- Low is a double major in voice performance and composition and a student of Professor Ketty Nez. (bu.edu)

###### physical

- Not to be confused with Human anatomy or Body composition (physical fitness) . (wikipedia.org)

###### classical

- The classical composition algebras over R and C are unital algebras. (wikipedia.org)
- J. H. Shapiro, Composition operators and classical function theory. (wikipedia.org)

###### light

- A pyrotechnic composition is a substance or mixture of substances designed to produce an effect by heat, light, sound, gas/smoke or a combination of these, as a result of non-detonative self-sustaining exothermic chemical reactions. (wikipedia.org)
- emits bright white light, crystals also used as a fuel in glitter compositions and in white comets and pyrotechnic stars. (wikipedia.org)

###### music

- Music Composition at Lawrence University is a comprehensive and collaborative pre-professional training program in composition and theory that emphasizes frequent performances of students' instrumental and vocal chamber music. (lawrence.edu)
- These commissions represent one of the principal ways that the Fromm Music Foundation seeks to strengthen composition and to bring contemporary concert music closer to the public. (bu.edu)

###### follows

- It follows that composition of two bijections is also a bijection. (wikipedia.org)

###### Applications

- For commercial applications, copolymer composition must be consistent across the aggregate. (wikipedia.org)

###### album

- Graffiti Composition is an album by Christian Marclay. (wikipedia.org)

###### theory

- Composition operators appear in the theory of Aleksandrov-Clark measures. (wikipedia.org)

###### process

- Composition drift occurs during the process of free radical copolymerization causing variation in the instantaneous mole fraction of a monomer added to copolymer, therefore altering the chemical composition of the copolymer over the period of conversion. (wikipedia.org)
- Composition studies Conference on College Composition and Communication Kishotenketsu Non-linear writing Writing process Acceptance, Patricia and Bruce Herzberg, eds. (wikipedia.org)

###### category

- The study of composition operators is covered by AMS category 47B33. (wikipedia.org)

###### significant

- Prolonged breastfeeding was shown to have a significant effect on the microbiota composition of FT-CS infants at 24 weeks of age, but interestingly not on that of FT-SVD infants. (biomedcentral.com)

###### works

- Composition relates to narrative works of literature, but also relates to essays, biographies, and other works established in the field of rhetoric. (wikipedia.org)

###### possible

- It is possible to put constraints on the parts of the compositions. (wikipedia.org)

###### form

- When the field K is taken to be complex numbers C and the quadratic form z2, then four composition algebras over C are C itself, the bicomplex numbers, the biquaternions (isomorphic to the 2×2 complex matrix ring M(2, C)), and the bioctonions C ⊗ O, which are also called complex octonions. (wikipedia.org)

###### design

- The importance placed on team design derives from the need to align a team's composition with organizational goals and resources. (wikipedia.org)
- However, his background was humanistic and artistic, not grounded in the social sciences, and hence, inspired by the Bauhaus' insistence on functional aesthetics, his arguments relied heavily on acoustic design as composition, with all of the attendant aesthetics that such a musical approach implies. (sfu.ca)

###### Object

- I'm just looking for a critique on how this simple composition is working with object placement, value, size etc. (conceptart.org)