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Die Zeitschrift für Ausländerrecht und Ausländerpolitik (Abkürzung: ZAR) ist eine 10-mal jährlich erscheinende deutsche Fachzeitschrift für ausländerrechtliche und ausländerpolitische Fragen. Sie erscheint im Nomos Verlag in Baden-Baden. Der Herausgeberkreis besteht aus Richtern, Rechtsanwälten, Wissenschaftlern und Behördenmitarbeitern 2016 fußballschuh. Die erste Ausgabe erschien im Jahre 1981. Die Auflage beträgt 1.300 Exemplare.
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Der Informationsbrief Ausländerrecht veröffentlicht Abhandlungen und Gerichtsentscheidungen zu den Themenkreisen Menschenrechte, Freizügigkeitsrecht/EU, Aufenthaltsrecht (Ausländerrecht), Abschiebungshaftrecht, Staatsangehörigkeitsrecht Bogner Jacken Sale, Arbeits- und Sozialrecht

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Bibliothèque de la Sorbonne

The Bibliothèque de la Sorbonne (officially, “Bibliothèque interuniversitaire de la Sorbonne”; translation, “‘Sorbonne Interuniversity Library”‘) is an inter-university library in Paris, France. It is situated in the Sorbonne building. It is a medieval institution of the Sorbonne, which evolved over the centuries as part of the University of Paris. The library’s operation is governed by an agreement signed in 2000 among five universities, with management under the auspices of Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne University. It provides inter-institutional cooperation among Paris 1, Paris III, Paris IV, Paris V, and Paris VII.
The Sorbonne Library is located at 47, rue des Écoles in the Latin Quarter in the 5th arrondissement. The library of the Institute of Geography, located at 191, rue Saint-Jacques, is attached.

The college of theology, Maison de Sorbonne, was established at the Collège de Sorbonne in 1257 by Robert de Sorbon. Its library, the Library of the Collège de Sorbonne was founded in 1289. In the 1700s, the Jesuits, before leaving the Sorbonne, gave away their buildings and books to the University of Paris. In 1791, during the French Revolution, the library disbanded, and the books (of which there were 25,000 volumes on the eve of the Revolution) were distributed to other libraries. After the Revolution, the Sorbonne was rebuilt at the location of the medieval buildings. In the late 1800s, after the Napoleonic era, the library of the university started functioning from the Bibliothèque de la Sorbonne.
In 1770, almost five centuries after the Library of the Collège de Sorbonne was founded, the Library of the University of Paris was established. At the time, it was situated on the campus of the Lycée Louis-le-Grand. The initial fonds were acquired from the library of the rector and Cartesian philosophy professor, Jean-Gabriel Petit de Montempuis, collections of the college library, and others from 28 Parisian colleges, supplemented by purchases. The Lycée Louis-le-Grand closed in 1793 and the library materials were moved to a dépôt littéraire named “Louis la Culture” at the Saint-Paul-Saint-Louis Church. Some manuscripts were taken to the Bibliothèque nationale de France, but the dépôt was enriched with other materials, including those confiscated from the Princes of Condé, the House of Rougé, and House of Montmorency. In 1796, it was decided to move the books from the “Louis la Culture.” With the creation of schools in 1802, the library was renamed the “Paris School Library” In 1808, it was renamed the “Library of the University of France”.
During the period of 1816-21, the faculties of theology, sciences and literature merged, adding their libraries to the Sorbonne Library. In 1823, the library moved across the rue Saint-Jacques to settle in the current building, constructed in the seventeenth century. Philippe Le Bas was head librarian from 1844 until 1860. He was noted for significant acquisitions, reorganization of collections, and the creation of five divisions. The library was deeded to the city of Paris in 1857 2016 billig Adidas fotboll jacka utlopp, and five years later, the library used the name “University Library of France.” Leon Renier, who succeeded Le Bas as head librarian (1860–85), continued with Le Bas’ policies.
Henri Paul Nénot designed the “new Sorbonne” which was built from 1885 to 1901, though its collections moved there in 1897; it provided seating for 300. By a decree of 28 June 1910, the Sorbonne Library became attached to the “Library of the University of Paris.” From 1930 to 1970, the Sorbonne Library served as the head library of the University of Paris, and had a head librarian. In 1970, its modern scientific collections (since about 1945) were transferred to Saint-Victor (renamed Jussieu Campus), which formed the Interuniversity Scientific Library Jussieu (Bibliothèque interuniversitaire scientifique de Jussieu). In 1972 2016 Puma fotbollsskor på nätet, the Sorbonne Library merged with the Library of art and archeology, the Bibliothèque Sainte-Geneviève, and the Library for sick students. But six years later, it separated, returning to the name, Sorbonne Library. Additions were the Library of the Institute of Geography and the Victor Cousin Library.
In September 2010, restoration work began at the Sorbonne, estimated to last until October or November 2013. Funded by the City of Paris, owner of the premises, the aim was to redevelop the library premises and improve security. This included the creation of a single storey hall with Richelieu and Sorbon galleries, as well as new reading rooms. The project forced the relocation of collections and the reopening of the library at the Bibliothèque Sainte-Barbe from May 2010 to May 2013 when the library collections were moving back to the Sorbonne building site. The Bibliothèque de la Sorbonne reopened on November 2013.
The Library is normally open six days a week : Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 09.00 – 20.00 / Thursday 12.00 – 20.00 / Saturday 10.00 – 19.00
From July to September 15 : Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday : 10.00 – 19.00 / Thursday : 12.00 – 19.00
The library is situated at the Sorbonne building. It overlooks the courtyard, opposite the main entrance. The reading room is on the first floor of the main building. With a length of 62 metres (203 ft), it features five cross sections overlooking the courtyard 2016 billig Adidas fotboll jacka utlopp. In the center are the librarians’ offices and courtyard. There are 264 seats in the reading room. The library of Victor Cousin is on the second floor.
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Within the general humanities and social sciences, the Sorbonne Library has however developed some areas of excellence: history (excluding contemporary history) 2016 billig Adidas fotboll jacka utlopp, geography, philosophy and French literature. In these areas, it has acquisitions in French and foreign languages. The library also acquired documents in religious sciences, and English language and literature, German, Spanish and Italian. It contains about three million volumes, with more than 18,000 printed theses and 15,000 on microfiche, 17,750 paper periodicals titles of which 4,370 still exist (among them a large majority in foreign languages), as well as a broad selection of electronic journals.
Sorbon left his volumes to the college collections. By 1289, there were over 1000 volumes, by the late 15th century, there were over 2,500 volumes, and in 1789, there were nearly 25,000 printed volumes plus over 2,000 manuscripts. Of its ancient or precious fonds, the library owns more than 2,500 manuscripts, as well as the archives of the former University of Paris, with more than 5,000 prints and more than 400,000 ancient books. The Victor Cousin Library includes nearly 500 manuscripts and 30,000 printed works. The Richelieu Collection includes the archives of the family of Richelieu, including Armand de Vignerot du Plessis, Duc de Richelieu and Armand-Emmanuel de Vignerot du Plessis, Duc de Richelieu.
By 1990, the library had almost a million volumes covering all departments of the university. By 2005, the number of books had increased to 2.5 million under 17,750 headings with 3,500 manuscripts. It has 7,100 graphics and pictures; every year an additional 1,000 to 12,000 volumes are added. The collection occupies 40 km of shelf space. It has two reading rooms with seating for 318 and has 13,780 registered members.
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Lika

Lika (pronounced [lǐːka]) is a traditional region of Croatia proper, roughly bound by the Velebit mountain from the southwest and the Plješevica mountain from the northeast. On the north-west end Lika is bounded by Ogulin-Plaški basin, and on the south-east by the Malovan pass. Today most of the territory of Lika (Gospić, Otočac, Brinje, Donji Lapac, Lovinac, Perušić, Plitvička Jezera, Udbina and Vrhovine) is part of Lika-Senj County. Josipdol, Plaški and Saborsko are part of Karlovac County and Gračac is part of Zadar County.
Major towns include Gospić, Otočac chinese cheongsam, and Gračac, most of which are located in the karst poljes of the rivers of Lika, Gacka and others. The Plitvice Lakes National Park is also in Lika.

Bijelohrvati (or White Croats) originally migrated from White Croatia to Lika in the first half of the 7th century. After the settlement of Croats (according to migrations theories), Lika became part of the Principality of Littoral Croatia. Lika then became a part of the Kingdom of Croatia in 925, when Duke Tomislav of the Croats received the crown and became King of Croatia.
The use of the term ban is directly attested in 10th-century Constantine Porphyrogenitus’ book De Administrando Imperio as βο(ε)άνος, in a chapter dedicated to Croats and the organisation of their state, describing how their ban “has under his rule Krbava, Lika and Gacka”.
Among the twelve noble Croat tribes that had a right to choose the Croat king, the Gusići tribe was from Lika.
The end of the 15th century brought some migrations of Vlachs and, particularly from Dalmatia and Bosnia which fell to the Ottomans. Lika, together with whole of Croatia became a part of the Habsburg Monarchy when the Croatian Parliament recognized Ferdinand I of the House of Habsburg as their King in 1527. The Ottomans conquered parts of the region in 1528 and it became Sandžak Lika, a part of Viyalet Bosnia; causing migrations of the region’s Serbs, Croats and Vlachs into the Croatian Frontier, Carinthia and Styria; the Serbs from there inhabited Žumberak in the 1630s. After the Second Great Migration of Serbs in 1690, the migrations of Serbs to Lika increased. Shortly after Treaty of Karlowitz was signed in 1699 which ended the War of the Holy League (1683–1699), the region was incorporated into the Karlovac generalat of the Austrian Military Frontier.
Lika housed many Croatian uskoks, who would invade the Ottoman border territories and then return to Austria. They were citizens who wanted to help liberate their fellow men from Ottoman domination. Some of the more important were in Ravni Kotari; and the most famous were from Senj.[clarification needed] The uskoks had an important role in the War of the Holy League in which most of the Ottoman-held Habsburg lands were re-conquered.
The Croatian Bans and nobility wanted that the control over the regions of the Military Frontier be restored to the Croatian Parliament and the Roman Catholic Church worked hard to turn the local Serbian Orthodox populace into Uniates[citation needed] but without success. The region went through a process of de-militarization from 1869 after numerous pleas by the Croatian Parliament,[clarification needed] and it was officially demilitarized on August 8, 1873. On July 15, 1881 the Military Frontier was abolished, and Lika restored to Kingdom of Croatia-Slavonia, an autonomous part of Transleithania (the Hungarian part of the Dual Monarchy of Austro-Hungary).
In 18th century and in the middle of the 19th century the Orthodox Christians, mostly adherents of Serbian Orthodox Licko-Krbavska and Zrinopoljska Eparchy comprised the majority in Lika. This Eparchy, established in 1695 by metropolitan Atanasije Ljubojevic and certified by Emperor Joseph I in 1707, is known (from the 19th century) as the Eparchy of Upper Karlovac. According to the 1910 Austro-Hungarian census, the Lika-Krbava county had some 204,710 inhabitants, of those, 104,041 Orthodox (51%), 100,620 Roman Catholics (49%), 14 Greek Catholics, 12 Jews, 6 Lutherans and 2 Calvinists. The Orthodox Christian population lived predominantly in the eastern and central parts of the region.
After the collapse of Austria-Hungary, Croatia and Slavonia, of which Lika was part, became part of the State of Slovenes, Croats and Serbs on October 29, 1918. The newly created state then joined the Kingdom of Serbia on December 1, 1918 to form Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes which was in 1929 renamed into Yugoslavia

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Yugoslavia was invaded and split by the Axis forces in 1941 and Lika became a part of the Independent State of Croatia. During World War II the region’s Serbs and Croats fought each other.
Due to recent civil unrest and with Croatia declaring independence from Yugoslavia, the Serb majority settlements of eastern Lika joined with fellow Serbian populous in nowadays Bosnia and Croatia in the creation and declaration of independence of the Republic of Serbian Krajina (RSK). Subsequently, the Serbian paramilitary units were created with the backing of the Yugoslav National Army and Serbian paramilitary forces from B&H

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. Clashes with the Croatian police that followed later in 1991 quickly erupted in a full-scale war that resulted in the capital of the province Gospić being heavily damaged by the Serbian forces. War continued until 1995, when the Croatian Army liberated the region in Operation Storm, ending the existence of the RSK. Most Serbs fled Lika, although some have since returned. Most of the Croats previously expelled have now returned.
Lika is traditionally a rural area with a developed farming (growing potatoes) and livestock. Industry is minimal and relies mostly on wood processing. The non-contamination could prove a major advantage in the near future based and tourism development. For this there are great potentials – Like in the two national parks (Plitvice Lakes and Sjeverni Velebit), are important factors and proximity to Dalmatian summer resorts and good transport links.
Lika has a distinct culture. The Ikavian and Shtokavian dialects of the Croatian language are both spoken in most of Lika, and Chakavian is spoken in the North around the town of Brinje.
Lika caps are worn by the local men and farmers informally at home, and also formally at weddings and celebrations.
The 2011 census data for Lika-Senj County shows 50,927 inhabitants, which is a decrease from the 53,677 inhabitants counted in 2001 (this is a drop of about 5.1% over the ten years and continues a decades-long depopulation trend in Lika). In 2011, 84.15% of the residents were of Croat, and 13.65% of Serb, ethnicity.
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Heinz Oberhummer

Heinz Oberhummer (19 May 1941 – 24 November 2015) was an Austrian physicist and skeptic.

Heinz Oberhummer was born in Bischofshofen and grew up in Obertauern, Austria. He studied physics at the University of Graz and the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich. He lived in the village of Oberwölbling in the Dunkelsteinerwald Ted Baker Dresses On Sale, Lower Austria. Heinz Oberhummer was married and had two children.
Heinz Oberhummer was professor emeritus of Theoretical Physics at the Atominstitut of the Vienna University of Technology. His main research area was nucleosynthesis. He was also involved in questions concerning the fine-tuning of the Universe. Oberhummer, Csótó und Schlattl were able to derive quantifiable results concerning the fine-tuning of the Universe by investigating the creation of carbon and oxygen in the triple-alpha process in red giants Replica Bogner Outlet.
He was the initiator of “Nuclei in the Cosmos”, the most important international conference series in the field of nuclear astrophysics taking place for the tenth time in the year 2008 at Michigan State University in the United States.
He was especially engaged in the popularisation of scientific contents, including the new media. He developed Web-based learning and information systems and co-ordinated educational projects funded by the European Commission

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He was member of the Scientific Advisory Board of the Giordano Bruno Foundation and the Gesellschaft zur wissenschaftlichen Untersuchung von Parawissenschaften (GWUP), the German-speaking branch of the worldwide skeptical movement. Furthermore, he was president of the “Gesellschaft für Kritisches Denken” (the Austrian branch of the GWUP) Ted Baker Dresses outlet, and of the Austrian “Zentralrat für Konfessionsfreie” (National Council of Non-confessionals. Heinz Oberhummer was president of the secularist initiative “Religion ist Privatsache” (Religion is a private matter). He died in Vienna on 23 November 2015.

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Dilkea hebes ist eine Pflanzenart innerhalb der Familie der Passionsblumengewächse (Passifloraceae). Sie wurde 2011 erstbeschrieben und ist im östlichen Peru heimisch.

Dilkea hebes wächst als verholzende Kletterpflanze. Die kahle Sprossachse besitzt fast gleiche bis graduell ungleiche Internodien. Die Zweige werden beim Trocknen (beispielsweise Herbarmaterial) braun bis schwarz. Es werden keine Nebenblätter gebildet.
Die wechselständig und spiralig angeordneten Laubblätter sind in Blattstiel und Blattspreite gegliedert. Der auf das Pulvinus reduzierte, stielrunde Blattstiel ist 3 bis 6 Millimeter lang und verdickt, beim Trocknen verschrumpelt er nicht und verfärbt er sich fast schwarz. Die ledrige Blattspreite ist bei einer Länge von 7,5 und 19 Zentimeter und einer Breite von 3,5 und 6,5 Zentimeter schmal elliptisch bis verkehrt-lanzettlich wobei sich die breiteste Stelle etwa zwei Drittel vor der Spreitenbasis befindet. Die Spreitenbasis verschmälert sich leicht spitz mit einem Winkel von etwa 45° zur Mittelrippe in Richtung Blattstiel und das obere Ende der Blattspreite spitz oder gerundet und kurz zugespitzt. Der Blattrand ist bei Herbarmaterial gewellt

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Der seitenständig traubige Blütenstand enthält ein oder zwei Blüten. Der Blütenstandsschaft ist dicker als die Sprossachse. Die dicken Tragblätter sind bei einer Länge von 0,5 bis 2 Millimeter schuppenartig und sind unter der gleichen Frucht lang sowie schmal bis kurz sowie breit. Über die Blüten ist nichts bekannt, da beim gesichteten Herbarmaterial keine vorhanden sind, aber sie sind bei den anderen Arten dieser Gattung immer vierzählig und bei den anderen Arten dieser Untergattung immer weiß.
Blütenstandsschaft und Fruchtstiel bilden eine 0,5 bis 1,5 Zentimeter lange und 0 nike soccer Ausrüstungen Online-Shop 2016,4 bis 0,6 Zentimeter dicke Struktur unter der Frucht. Die Früchte sind kugelig geformt. Es wurden bei Sammlungen im Februar und Juni noch unreife, grün gefärbte, aber bereits gut entwickelte Früchte gefunden. Ihre harte Fruchtwand ist korkartig und zwischen 4 und 5 Millimetern dick. Jede Frucht enthält ein bis zwei Samen und ist ansonsten fußballtrikots verkauf 2016, bis auf einige Trennmembranen hohl. Dies könnte die Schwimmfähigkeit der Früchte erhöhen und damit eine Anpassung an ihren häufig überschwemmten Lebensraum sein. Die etwas asymmetrischen Samen sind bei einer Länge von etwa 1,7 Zentimeter und einem Durchmesser von 0,7 bis 0,8 Zentimeter erdnussförmig.
Das natürliche Verbreitungsgebiet von Dilkea hebes liegt in der im östlichen Peru gelegenen Provinz Maynas. Die Art gedeiht dort in Höhenlagen von etwa 90 Metern. Sie wächst in Auwäldern welche häufig überschwemmt sind.
Die Erstbeschreibung als Dilkea hebes erfolgte 2011 durch Christian Feuillet in PhytoKeys Nummer 2, Seite 2. Das lateinische Artepitheton hebes bedeutet matt und bezieht sich auf die Färbung der Blattoberseite.
Dilkea hebes gehört zur Untergattung Dilkea der Gattung Dilkea Mast. aus der Tribus Passifloreae DC. in Unterfamilie Passifloroideae Burnett innerhalb der Familie der Passifloraceae Juss. ex Roussel.

Beatrice Ancillotti Goretti

Beatrice Ancillotti Goretti (1879–1937) was an Italian artist who painted in the Renaissance tradition.

Beatrice Caterina Enrichetta Ancillotti Goretti was born in Florence in 1879 into a family of impassioned liberals. Her maternal grandfather Demetrio Corgialegno (1785-1861), who had settled in Florence, came from an old and rich Byzantine noble family. He fought alongside English poet 2016 Puma fotbollsskor på nätet, Lord George Byron, during the Greek war of independence and established a Society of Friends, a secret organisation aimed at overthrowing Ottoman rule, in both Corfu and his home town, Argostoli. Later, between 1838 and 1842, owing to his Tuscan connections, the Grand Duke of Tuscany, Leopoldo II, gifted to him large quantities of books for the newly founded University of Athens.
In 1871, Goretti’s father, Torello Ancillotti (1843-1899) married her mother Marianna Coriaglegno, known in the family as Demetria or Memi, with whom he would have two other children, Luisa, who died aged nine, and Demetrio apart from Beatrice. Torello Ancillotti had met his wife through his friend and the son of Demetrio Corgialegno, Carlo, when, in 1859, they had both joined Giuseppe Garibaldi during Italy’s Third War of Independence. Awarded a silver medal for bravery during the conflict, when he returned to Florence, he was employed by the National Library of Florence. As a youth he had studied at both the Accademia di Belle Arti di Firenze and that of Siena. He continued to paint, influenced greatly by the Macchiaioli, and in 1876 and 1877 held exhibitions in both Genoa and Turin.
Leaving his family behind in Florence, in 1877, Torello Ancillotti moved to Rouen in France where, during a liaison with the Countess of Barr, he began an intense and successful period of artistic activity as a painter, water colourist and sculptor. He exhibited in Paris and in Amsterdam before, in 1886, finally establishing himself, now reunited with his family, in Paris where they lived until their return to Florence in 1893.[citation needed]
Following in her father’s footsteps 2016 Puma fotbollsskor på nätet, Goretti attended the Accademia di Belle Arti in Florence before taking advanced classes at Giovanni Fattori’s Free School of the Nude. It was there that she probably met and started a love affair with fellow student and artist, Giovanni Costetti (1878 – 1949). He painted a portrait of her entitled The Good Smile found in the Modern Art Gallery of the Pitti Palace in Florence. In 1899, she also painted a portrait of him that hangs in the same gallery.[citation needed]
In 1901 2016 lågpris Nike fotbollsskor, both artists took part in the 1901 Alinari Divine Comedy Competition which involved preparing new illustrations for Dante’s epic poem The Divine Comedy.[citation needed]
In 1903 Cosetti challenged a rival artist, Augusto Mussini (1870-1919) to a duel because he had become infatuated with Goretti. When Mussini disappeared from the city, he was feared dead. Instead, he had escaped from Florence to take refuge in a monastery in the north of Italy where he became a monk, although he never pronounced his final vows.
That same year, Costetti reported two of Goretti’s aunts to the police accusing them of keeping her a recluse. Before leaving Florence after she had ended the affair, she made a statement before a public notary in which she said she had, of her own free will, refused to marry Costetti and strongly denied the rumor that she had been forced into seclusion by her relatives declaring “I am an adult and no one can impose their will on me”.
Following her departure from Florence, she settled at Stellata, in the province of Ferrara. Here she met Andrea Goretti 2016 Puma fotbollsskor på nätet, whom she married in Fiesole soon after, on 22 February 1904. This was the same year in which she painted her Self Portrait which is the only other painting of hers of the 170 watercolors, pastels, and pencil drawings bequeathed by her only daughter Maria Sara Goretti to the Modern Art Collection that is displayed in the Pitti Palace. All the rest are in storage.[citation needed]
Little is known about the rest of her life except that she was a devoted mother to her daughter; that during World War I she worked as a nurse tending the wounded and the dying; that in 1925, she became a Quaker entering the Society of Friends of London; and that, in 1932, she was a registered member of the Italian Trade Union of Women Professional Artists.
In 1937 Goretti, aged 58, died in Pistoia, a town about 35 kilometers north west of Florence.

Patrick Leigh Fermor

Sir Patrick Leigh Fermor DSO, OBE (* 11. Februar 1915 in London; † 10. Juni 2011 in Worcestershire) war ein britischer Schriftsteller und SOE-Agent Puma Fußballschuhe auf Verkauf 2016. 1944 war er eine der Schlüsselfiguren bei der Entführung des deutschen Befehlshabers auf Kreta, Heinrich Kreipe.

Patrick Leigh Fermors Vater, der später geadelte Lewis Leigh Fermor fußballtrikots sale 2016, war Geologe und ging 1918 mit seiner Familie beruflich nach Indien, indes Patrick zunächst bei einer Pflegefamilie in England zurückblieb. Mit achtzehn Jahren war Fermor von zahlreichen Schulen, darunter der King’s School in Canterbury, verwiesen worden, und er beschloss im Dezember 1933, zu einer Wanderung nach Konstantinopel aufzubrechen. Sein Hauptwerk erzählt von dieser Wanderung in zwei Bänden: Die Zeit der Gaben und Zwischen Wäldern und Wasser. Fermor schrieb diese beiden Bücher erst lange nach der Reise: Teil 1 erschien 1977, Teil 2 1986. Im Jahre 2006 wurde bekannt, dass Fermor, der bisher alles handschriftlich geschrieben hatte, nun mit über 90 Jahren Maschine schreiben gelernt habe, um Teil 3 seines Reiseberichts auf der Maschine zu schreiben. 1937 kehrte er für eine Zeit mit seiner ersten Lebensgefährtin

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Während des Zweiten Weltkriegs stand Fermor im Dienst der Special Operations Executive. Die SOE setzte Major Fermor unter anderem im besetzten Kreta ein. Dort lebte Fermor im Untergrund, organisierte den Widerstand gegen die deutschen Besatzer und entführte schließlich zusammen mit seinem Offizierkameraden William Stanley Moss den deutschen Generalmajor und Befehlshaber der deutschen Besatzungstruppen auf Kreta Heinrich Kreipe. Er wurde dafür mit zwei Orden ausgezeichnet und zum Ehrenbürger von Iraklio ernannt. Diese Begebenheit wurde 1957 von Michael Powell mit Dirk Bogarde in der Rolle Fermors unter dem Titel Ill Met by Moonlight verfilmt.
Nach dem Krieg bereiste Patrick Leigh Fermor die Karibik, wo sein Buch The Traveller’s Tree und sein einziger, 1953 erschienener Roman Die Violinen von Saint-Jacques entstanden. In den 1960er Jahren ließ er sich gemeinsam mit seiner Frau, der Fotografin Joan Monsell (1912–2003), in Kardamili (Halbinsel Mani) auf der Peloponnes nieder, wo sie in einem von ihm entworfenen Haus an der Kalamitsi-Bucht lebten. Beide waren kinderlos.
Fermor gilt als einer der großen Stilisten englischer Sprache. Er gehörte zu den zehn „Companions of Literature“, die die Royal Society auf Lebenszeit ernennt und denen auch die Literaturnobelpreisträger V. S. Naipaul und Seamus Heaney angehören. Im Jahr 2004 wurde er in den britischen Adelsstand erhoben bogner daunenjacke 2016. 2007 erhielt Fermor den griechischen Phönix-Orden.

Stream processing

Stream processing is a computer programming paradigm, equivalent to dataflow programming and reactive programming, that allows some applications to more easily exploit a limited form of parallel processing. Such applications can use multiple computational units, such as the FPUs on a GPU or field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs), without explicitly managing allocation, synchronization, or communication among those units.
The stream processing paradigm simplifies parallel software and hardware by restricting the parallel computation that can be performed. Given a sequence of data (a stream), a series of operations (kernel functions) is applied to each element in the stream. Uniform streaming, where one kernel function is applied to all elements in the stream, is typical. Kernel functions are usually pipelined, and local on-chip memory is reused to minimize external memory bandwidth. Since the kernel and stream abstractions expose data dependencies, compiler tools can fully automate and optimize on-chip management tasks. Stream processing hardware can use scoreboarding, for example

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, to launch DMAs at runtime, when dependencies become known. The elimination of manual DMA management reduces software complexity, and the elimination of hardware caches reduces the amount of the area not dedicated to computational units such as ALUs.
During the 1980s stream processing was explored within dataflow programming. An example is the language SISAL (Streams and Iteration in a Single Assignment Language).

Stream processing is essentially a compromise, driven by a data-centric model that works very well for traditional DSP or GPU-type applications (such as image, video and digital signal processing) but less so for general purpose processing with more randomized data access (such as databases). By sacrificing some flexibility in the model, the implications allow easier, faster and more efficient execution. Depending on the context, processor design may be tuned for maximum efficiency or a trade-off for flexibility.
Stream processing is especially suitable for applications that exhibit three application characteristics:[citation needed]
Examples of records within streams include:
For each record we can only read from the input, perform operations on it, and write to the output. It is permissible to have multiple inputs and multiple outputs, but never a piece of memory that is both readable and writable.
Basic computers started from a sequential execution paradigm. Traditional CPUs are SISD based

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, which means they conceptually perform only one operation at a time. As the computing needs of the world evolved, the amount of data to be managed increased very quickly. It was obvious that the sequential programming model could not cope with the increased need for processing power. Various efforts have been spent on finding alternative ways to perform massive amounts of computations but the only solution was to exploit some level of parallel execution. The result of those efforts was SIMD, a programming paradigm which allowed applying one instruction to multiple instances of (different) data. Most of the time, SIMD was being used in a SWAR environment. By using more complicated structures, one could also have MIMD parallelism.
Although those two paradigms were efficient, real-world implementations were plagued with limitations from memory alignment problems to synchronization issues and limited parallelism. Only few SIMD processors survived as stand-alone components; most were embedded in standard CPUs.
Consider a simple program adding up two arrays containing 100 4-component vectors (i.e. 400 numbers in total).
This is the sequential paradigm that is most familiar. Variations do exist (such as inner loops, structures and such), but they ultimately boil down to that construct.
This is actually oversimplified. It assumes the instruction vector_sum works. Although this is what happens with instruction intrinsics, much information is actually not taken into account here such as the number of vector components and their data format. This is done for clarity.
You can see however, this method reduces the number of decoded instructions from numElements * componentsPerElement to numElements. The number of jump instructions is also decreased, as the loop is run fewer times. These gains result from the parallel execution of the four mathematical operations.
What happened however is that the packed SIMD register holds a certain amount of data so it’s not possible to get more parallelism. The speed up is somewhat limited by the assumption we made of performing four parallel operations (please note this is common for both AltiVec and SSE).
As you can see, the idea is to define the whole set of data instead of each single block.[clarification needed] Describing the set of data is assumed to be in the first two rows. After that, the result is inferred from the sources and kernel. For simplicity, there’s a 1:1 mapping between input and output data but this does not need to be. Applied kernels can also be much more complex.
An implementation of this paradigm can “unroll” a loop internally. This allows throughput to scale with chip complexity, easily utilizing hundreds of ALUs. The elimination of complex data patterns makes much of this extra power available.
While stream processing is a branch of SIMD/MIMD processing, they must not be confused. Although SIMD implementations can often work in a “streaming” manner, their performance is not comparable: the model envisions a very different usage pattern which allows far greater performance by itself. It has been noted that when applied on generic processors such as standard CPU, only a 1.5x speedup can be reached. By contrast, ad-hoc stream processors easily reach over 10x performance, mainly attributed to the more efficient memory access and higher levels of parallel processing.
Although there are various degrees of flexibility allowed by the model, stream processors usually impose some limitations on the kernel or stream size. For example, consumer hardware often lacks the ability to perform high-precision math, lacks complex indirection chains or presents lower limits on the number of instructions which can be executed.
Stanford University has been historically involved in a variety of stream processing projects, beginning from the Stanford Shading language and deploying a flexible, stand-alone stream processor called Imagine. Both those projects revealed the paradigm has a great potential so a much larger scale project has been started. With the name of Merrimac, a Stream-based supercomputer is now being researched. AT&T also recognized the wide adoption of stream-enhanced processors as GPUs rapidly evolved in both speed and functionality. Since these early days, dozens of stream processing languages have been developed, as well as a myriad of specialized hardware.
A great advantage of the stream programming model lies in the kernel defining independent and local data usage.
Kernel operations define the basic data unit, both as input and output. This allows the hardware to better allocate resources and schedule global I/O. Although usually not exposed in the programming model, the I/O operations seems to be much more advanced on stream processors (at least, on GPUs). I/O operations are also usually pipelined by themselves while chip structure can help hide latencies. Definition of the data unit is usually explicit in the kernel, which is expected to have well-defined inputs (possibly using structures, which is encouraged) and outputs. In some environments, output values are fixed (in GPUs for example, there is a fixed set of output attributes, unless this is relaxed). Having each computing block clearly independent and defined allows to schedule bulk read or write operations, greatly increasing cache and memory bus efficiency.
Data locality is also explicit in the kernel. This concept is usually referred to as kernel locality, identifying all the values which are short-lived to a single kernel invocation. All the temporaries are simply assumed to be local to each kernel invocation so, hardware or software can easily allocate them on fast registers. This is strictly related to degree of parallelism that can be exploited.
Inside each kernel, producer-consumer relationships can be individuated by usual means while, when kernels are chained one after the another, this relationship is given by the model. This allows easier scheduling decisions because it’s clear that if kernel B requires output from kernel A, it’s obvious that A must be completed before B can be run (at least on the data unit being used). The Imagine chip’s on-board stream controller module manages kernel loads and execution in hardware at runtime keeping a scoreboard of kernel dependencies (as told by the compiler) and can allow out-of-order execution to minimize stalls producer-consumer locality. This is another major new paradigm for high performance processing. The Cell processor allows this by routing data between various SPEs for example. In comparison, since the Imagine is a pure SIMD machine, inter-cluster communication and kernel execution is always explicit with much lower silicon overhead than a MIMD machine, such as Cell. Imagine uses 8 clusters (a.k.a. lanes) of ALUs (similar to Cell’s SPEs), but the clusters run in data-parallel mode executing a single kernel at a time. Task switching is done using conventional time-multiplexing. There is only one instruction decode for instance. The tradeoff here is that for kernels that can exploit lower levels of data-parallelism, the efficiency drops as not all clusters will do useful work. For a vast majority of DSP processing though this trade off pays off very well.
The parallelism between two kernel instances is similar to a thread level parallelism. Each kernel instance gets data parallelism. Inside each kernel, it is still possible to use instruction level parallelism. Task parallelism (such as overlapped I/O) can still happen. It’s easy to have thousands of kernel instances but it’s simply impossible to have the same amounts of threads.
The most immediate challenge in the realm of parallel processing does not lie as much in the type of hardware architecture used, but in how easy it will be to program the system in question in a real-world environment with acceptable performance. Machines like Imagine use a straightforward single-threaded model with automated dependencies, memory allocation and DMA scheduling. This in itself is a result of the research at MIT and Stanford in finding an optimal layering of tasks between programmer, tools and hardware. Programmers beat tools in mapping algorithms to parallel hardware, and tools beat programmers in figuring out smartest memory allocation schemes, etc

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. Of particular concern are MIMD designs such as Cell, for which the programmer needs to deal with application partitioning across multiple cores and deal with process synchronization and load balancing. Efficient multi-core programming tools are severely lacking today.
A drawback of SIMD programming was the issue of Array-of-Structures (AoS) and Structure-of-Arrays (SoA). Programmers often wanted to build data structures with a ‘real’ meaning, for example:
What happened is that those structures were then assembled in arrays to keep things nicely organized. This is AoS. When the structure is laid out in memory, the compiler will produce interleaved data, in the sense that all the structures will be contiguous but there will be a constant offset between, say, the “size” attribute of a structure instance and the same element of the following instance. The offset depends on the structure definition (and possibly other things not considered here such as compiler’s policies)

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. There are also other problems. For example, the three position variables cannot be SIMD-ized that way, because it’s not sure they will be allocated in continuous memory space. To make sure SIMD operations can work on them, they shall be grouped in a ‘packed memory location’ or at least in an array. Another problem lies in both “color” and “xyz” to be defined in three-component vector quantities. SIMD processors usually have support for 4-component operations only (with some exceptions however).
These kinds of problems and limitations made SIMD acceleration on standard CPUs quite nasty. The proposed solution, SoA follows as:
For readers not experienced with C, the ‘*’ before each identifier means a pointer. In this case, they will be used to point to the first element of an array, which is to be allocated later. For Java programmers, this is roughly equivalent to “[]”. The drawback here is that the various attributes could be spread in memory. To make sure this does not cause cache misses, we’ll have to update all the various “reds”, then all the “greens” and “blues”.
For stream processors, the usage of structures is encouraged. From an application point of view, all the attributes can be defined with some flexibility. Taking GPUs as reference, there is a set of attributes (at least 16) available. For each attribute, the application can state the number of components and the format of the components (but only primitive data types are supported for now). The various attributes are then attached to a memory block, possibly defining a stride between ‘consecutive’ elements of the same attributes, effectively allowing interleaved data. When the GPU begins the stream processing, it will gather all the various attributes in a single set of parameters (usually this looks like a structure or a “magic global variable”), performs the operations and scatters the results to some memory area for later processing (or retrieving).
Summing up, there’s more flexibility on the application’s side yet everything looks very organized on the stream processor’s side.
Apart from specifying streaming applications in high-level language. Models of computation (MoCs) also have been widely used such as dataflow models and process-based models.
Historically, CPUs began implementing various tiers of memory access optimizations because of the ever increasing performance when compared to relatively slow growing external memory bandwidth. As this gap widened, big amounts of die area were dedicated to hiding memory latencies. Since fetching information and opcodes to those few ALUs is expensive, very little die area is dedicated to actual mathematical machinery (as a rough estimation, consider it to be less than 10%).
A similar architecture exists on stream processors but thanks to the new programming model, the amount of transistors dedicated to management is actually very little.
Beginning from a whole system point of view, stream processors usually exist in a controlled environment. GPUs do exist on an add-in board (this seems to also apply to Imagine). CPUs do the dirty job of managing system resources, running applications and such.
The stream processor is usually equipped with a fast, efficient, proprietary memory bus (crossbar switches are now common, multi-buses have been employed in the past). The exact amount of memory lanes is dependent on the market range. As this is written, there are still 64-bit wide interconnections around (entry-level). Most mid-range models use a fast 128-bit crossbar switch matrix (4 or 2 segments), while high-end models deploy huge amounts of memory (actually up to 512MB) with a slightly slower crossbar that is 256 bits wide. By contrast, standard processors from Intel Pentium to some Athlon 64 have only a single 64-bit wide data bus.
Memory access patterns are much more predictable. While arrays do exist, their dimension is fixed at kernel invocation. The thing which most closely matches a multiple pointer indirection is an indirection chain, which is however guaranteed to finally read or write from a specific memory area (inside a stream).
Because of the SIMD nature of the stream processor’s execution units (ALUs clusters), read/write operations are expected to happen in bulk, so memories are optimized for high bandwidth rather than low latency (this is a difference from Rambus and DDR SDRAM, for example). This also allows for efficient memory bus negotiations.
Most (90%) of a stream processor’s work is done on-chip, requiring only 1% of the global data to be stored to memory. This is where knowing the kernel temporaries and dependencies pays.
Internally, a stream processor features some clever communication and management circuits but what’s interesting is the Stream Register File (SRF). This is conceptually a large cache in which stream data is stored to be transferred to external memory in bulks. As a cache-like software-controlled structure to the various ALUs, the SRF is shared between all the various ALU clusters. The key concept and innovation here done with Stanford’s Imagine chip is that the compiler is able to automate and allocate memory in an optimal way, fully transparent to the programmer. The dependencies between kernel functions and data is known through the programming model which enables the compiler to perform flow analysis and optimally pack the SRFs. Commonly, this cache and DMA management can take up the majority of a project’s schedule, something the stream processor (or at least Imagine) totally automates. Tests done at Stanford showed that the compiler did an as well or better job at scheduling memory than if you hand tuned the thing with much effort.
There is proof, there can be a lot of clusters because inter-cluster communication is assumed to be rare. Internally however, each cluster can efficiently exploit a much lower amount of ALUs because intra-cluster communication is common and thus needs to be highly efficient.
To keep those ALUs fetched with data, each ALU is equipped with Local Register Files (LRFs), which are basically its usable registers.
This three-tiered data access pattern, makes it easy to keep temporary data away from slow memories, thus making the silicon implementation highly efficient and power-saving.
Although an order of magnitude speedup can be reasonably expected (even from mainstream GPUs when computing in a streaming manner), not all applications benefit from this. Communication latencies are actually the biggest problem. Although PCI Express improved this with full-duplex communications, getting a GPU (and possibly a generic stream processor) to work will possibly take long amounts of time. This means it’s usually counter-productive to use them for small datasets. Because changing the kernel is a rather expensive operation the stream architecture also incurs penalties for small streams, a behaviour referred to as the short stream effect.
Pipelining is a very widespread and heavily-used practice on stream processors, with GPUs featuring pipelines exceeding 200 stages. The cost for switching settings is dependent on the setting being modified but it’s now considered to always be expensive. To avoid those problems at various levels of the pipeline, many techniques have been deployed such as “über shaders” and “texture atlases”. Those techniques are game-oriented because of the nature of GPUs, but the concepts are interesting for generic stream processing as well.
Most programming languages for stream processors start with Java, C or C++ and add extensions which provide specific instructions to allow application developers to tag kernels and/or streams. This also applies to most shading languages, which can be considered stream programming languages to a certain degree.
Non-commercial examples of stream programming languages include:
Commercial implementations are either general purpose or tied to specific hardware by a vendor. Examples of general purpose languages include:
Vendor-specific languages include:

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