Yehuda Ben-Yishay PhD and Leonard Diller PhD, "Handbook of Holistic Neuropsychological Rehabilitation: Outpatient Rehabilitation of Traumatic Brain Injury" English | ISBN: 0195341252 | 2011 | 160 pages | PDF | 1 MB
Handbook of Industrial Drying, Fourth Edition By Arun S. Mujumdar 2014 | 1348 Pages | ISBN: 1466596651 | PDF | 87 MB
By far the most commonly encountered and energy-intensive unit operation in almost all industrial sectors, industrial drying continues to attract the interest of scientists, researchers, and engineers. The Handbook of Industrial Drying, Fourth Edition not only delivers a comprehensive treatment of the current state of the art, but also serves as a consultative reference for streamlining industrial drying operations.
The Rehabilitation Specialist's Handbook, 4 edition by Serge H. Roy ScD PT, Steven L. Wolf PhD PT FAPTA and David A. Scalzitti PT PhD OCS English | 2012 | ISBN: 0803639066 | ISBN-13: 9780803639065 | 1296 pages | PDF | 115 MB
The 4th Edition of the gold standard of rehabilitation resources is now in full color and thoroughly revised and updated to reflect the art and science of practice today!
18-year old Miles Davis told jazz pianist, composer and theorist George Russell that his musical aspiration was to "learn all the changes" and go beyond the traditional harmony of jazz at the time. That remark led Russell to ultimately develop The Lydian Chromatic Concept of Tonal Organization, a liberating theory of harmony based on jazz rather than European music. Subsequently, 33-year old Davis shattered the harmonic structure of bebop putting that theory to work in "modal jazz" recordings like Kind of Blue, one of the top-selling jazz records of all time.
Handbook of Tibetan Iconometry: A Guide to the Arts of the 17th Century By Christoph C. Ppers 2012 | 386 Pages | ISBN: 9004180141 | PDF | 336 MB
The Handbook of Iconometry (Tibetan title: Cha tshad kyi dpe ris Dpyod ldan yid gsos) constitutes a lavishly illustrated treatise laying down the iconometic principles and measurements at the heart of the 17th-century art of Tibet. The book was produced in ca. 1687 at the instigation of the famous scholar and statesman sde srid Sangs rgyas rgya mtsho (1653–1705). Today, the original is kept in the Tibet Autonomous Region Archives (Lhasa). The Handbook includes more than 150 meticulously prepared drawings of buddhas, bodhisattvas and divinities, 70 script types and 14 stupa models all extrapolated from the rich heritage of Indo-Tibetan Buddhist art. These are accompanied by an introduction charting the production of the Handbook in the 17th century and the scholarly profile of its principal author Sangs rgyas rgya mtsho. In the appendix, it reproduces passages from the Vai?urya g.Ya' sel that provide valuable additional information about the illustrations.