Taxel


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Tax´el


n.1.(Zool.) The American badger.
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The scanning strategy allows a substantial reduction of the number of wires with respect to the taxel number, which makes the use of a flexible PCB with a limited number of layers corresponding to a reduced thickness possible, thus guaranteeing high conformability of the optoelectronic board and low production cost.
Scholars point to conservative, heritage models of schooling that pervade literacy teaching focused on language- and text-centered practices (Applebee, 1974; Cole, 2005; Dixon, 1967; Smagorinsky, 2010; Smagorinsky & Taxel, 2005) that allow for a limited range of performance for students.
In countries around the world, there are few common goals among character education programs, perhaps because it is difficult to find something fundamental or universally relevant to all students or to society (Smagorinsky & Taxel, 2005).
Oyster Bay, NY, July 12, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Nelson Taxel, CEO of Positive Promotions and Congressman Steve Israel met at Sagamore Hill National Historic Site, the former home of President Teddy Roosevelt, to advocate proposed legislation to put American made products in official gift shops at the National Parks, monuments, and historic sites across the country.
"While I seek to provide a global perspective," says Joel Taxel in his essay on marketing, "admittedly much of the discussion does have a distinctly American and British slant" (480).
Future work will include producing the taxel arrays from single nanowires instead of bundles, and integrating the arrays onto CMOS silicon devices.
The tactile array sensor prototype is 6 cm x 3 cm, where each cell has a size of 1.6 mm x 1.6 mm and one taxel is close to the size of the mechanoreceptors in the human skin.
Publishers now recognize young readers as consumers, albeit innocent and vulnerable ones, and by doing so, are changing the world of children's literature (Hade, 2001; Taxel, 2002).
According to Taxel (1982), Disney's notion of individualism is 'advancement through self-help, strict adherence to the work ethic, and the supreme optimism in the possibility of the ultimate improvement of society through the progressive improvement in humankind' (p.
Pamela Taxel reported in a poster session at an international symposium sponsored by the National Osteoporosis Foundation.
See also Paul Dowling, 'A Sociological Analysis of School Mathematics Texts', Educational Studies in Mathematics 31 (1996): 389-413, 49 and Joel Taxel, 'Children's Literature: A Research Proposal from the Perspective of the Sociology of School Knowledge', in Language, Authority and Criticism ed.