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Evaluation of Crime Control Programs
(Washington, D.C.: U. S. Department of Justice, April 1972. Internet version 1999., 1999)
Among the issues discussed in the monograph are the relationship between the agency and the evaluator, crime displacement, crime data, measures of effectiveness, and conduct of the evaluation. A review of these issues ...
Trials in the Late Roman Republic, 149 BC to 50 BC
(University of Toronto Press, 1990)
Classification of δ-Invariant Amalgamation Classes
(Journal of Symbolic Logic, 1999-12)
Hrushovski's generalization of the Fraisse construction has provided a rich source of examples in model theory, model theoretic algebra and random graph theory. The construction assigns to a dimension function s and a class ...
Toward a predictive taphonomy
FROM THE EDITORS: Toward a predictive taphonomy A favorite children's questions about fossils (usually regarding dinosaurs) is "How do you know where to find them?" In other words, "Can we, as paleontologists, predict ...
The future of paleontology: taphonomy's role
(Death Decay Disintegration: The Newsletter for Research on Taphonomy, 1991-11)
Few fields within paleontology have as high a potential for fruitful interactions with other disciplines as does taphonomy. For example, the processes and results of fossil diagenesis should be of great interest to our ...
The future of paleontology and taphonomy: part 2
(Death Decay Disintegration: The Newsletter for Research on Taphonomy, 1993-02)
We accept as a given that research in taphonomy will have a continuing impact within paleontology but, as we discussed in issue Number 3 of DDD, it is vital that this work also be brought to the attention of non-paleontologists. ...