Jinan University is a private nonprofit institution of higher education with campuses located in the cities of Tripoli and Saïda in Lebanon. Jinan University is one of several educational institutions working under the umbrella of the Jinan Association, which operates primary schools, high schools, schools for people with special needs, technical institutes active since year 1964. Jinan University was established in year 1988 and received its official authorization from the Lebanese Ministry of Higher Education in year 1991. In 1999, Jinan University was licensed by the Lebanese Ministry of Higher Education. Jinan University has the following operating faculties and institutes: Faculty of Literature and Humanities Faculty of Business Administration Faculty of Communication Faculty of Public Health Faculty of Education Faculty of Sciences Political Science Institute Herein, is a growing list of universities and institutions with which Jinan University has signed cooperative agreements: Ajman University for Scientific and Technological Studies Bilingual and Trilingual Secretariat School, Lille Higher School of Commerce, Compiègne Chamber of Commerce and Industry Higher Institute of Banking Studies Higher School of Translators and External Commerce Cadres Islamic Hospital of Tripoli- Lebanon International Islamic University Lebanese University London Institute of Technology and Research Om Dourman Islamic University University of New Brunswick Saint-John University of the Qur’an and Islamic Studies University of Science and Technology, Sana'a Teheran University Helwan University Jerash University Mogadishu University Russian Islamic University Kuban State Technological University Luminère University Lyon2 Lebanese Army Headquarters Municipality of Tripoli Alexandria University Hammoud Hospital Mazloum Hospital Mazloum Hospital Albert Haykal Hospital Saydet Zgharta Hospital Orange-Nassau Hospital AlZahraa Hospital Holy Spirit University of Kaslik Union of Arab Universities.
Association of Islamic Universities. Universities Association of Lebanon The Arab organization of the Registrars in the Universities of Arab Countries. Union of Arab and European universities. Association of communication faculties in Arab Universities. Assembly of Registrars in Lebanese Private Universities; the Agency of French-speaking Universities. Official website Lebanese Higher Education Facebook
Particle statistics is a particular description of multiple particles in statistical mechanics. A key prerequisite concept is that of a statistical ensemble that emphasizes properties of a large system as a whole at the expense of knowledge about parameters of separate particles; when an ensemble describes a system of particles with similar properties, their number is called the particle number and denoted by N. In classical mechanics, all particles in the system are considered distinguishable; this means. As a consequence, changing the position of any two particles in the system leads to a different configuration of the entire system. Furthermore, there is no restriction on placing more than one particle in any given state accessible to the system; these characteristics of classical positions are called Maxwell–Boltzmann statistics. The fundamental feature of quantum mechanics that distinguishes it from classical mechanics is that particles of a particular type are indistinguishable from one another.
This means that in an assembly consisting of similar particles, interchanging any two particles does not lead to a new configuration of the system. In the case of a system consisting of particles of different kinds, the wave function of the system is invariant up to a phase separately for both assemblies of particles; the applicable definition of a particle does not require it to be elementary or "microscopic", but it requires that all its degrees of freedom that are relevant to the physical problem considered shall be known. All quantum particles, such as leptons and baryons, in the universe have three translational motion degrees of freedom and one discrete degree of freedom, known as spin. Progressively more "complex" particles obtain progressively more internal freedoms, when the number of internal states, that "identical" particles in an ensemble can occupy, dwarfs their count effects of quantum statistics become negligible. That's why quantum statistics is useful when one considers, helium liquid or ammonia gas, but is useless applied to systems constructed of macromolecules.
While this difference between classical and quantum descriptions of systems is fundamental to all of quantum statistics, quantum particles are divided into two further classes on the basis of the symmetry of the system. The spin–statistics theorem binds two particular kinds of combinatorial symmetry with two particular kinds of spin symmetry, namely bosons and fermions. Bose–Einstein statistics Fermi–Dirac statistics
"Keys to the Kingdom" is a song by American rock band Linkin Park from their sixth studio album, The Hunting Party. It is the album's opening track, has entered the UK Rock chart at number 33, although it was not released as a single; the song was written by the band and produced by co-lead vocalist Mike Shinoda and lead guitarist Brad Delson. "Keys to the Kingdom" is explained in an early preview for the album as, "Right off the bat this track has an old-school punk vibe with a new twist. The hasty drums and explosive riffs a hardcore element to it. Vocalist Chester Bennington unleashes melodies and the balance of Shinoda’s rap verses makes for a powerful combination. Although the band will be playing arenas on their forthcoming Carnivores tour, this song has an underground feel that would welcome them to a small, beat up venue in Brooklyn, N. Y." The song continues its outro into the album's second track, "All for Nothing" featuring Page Hamilton of Helmet. In a track-by-track review for the album, by Billboard's Kenneth Partridge highlighted Linkin Park's "back-to-basics approach", hardcore punk-styled introduction, overall nu metal sound akin to their early releases.
Chester Bennington – background vocals Mike Shinoda – lead and rap vocals.
The Israeli occupation of the Sinai Peninsula was a 15-year military occupation established in the aftermath of the 1967 Six-Day War, a war in which Israel captured the peninsula and subsequently retained its forces in the region, ended in 1982 after the implementation of the 1979 Egypt–Israel Peace Treaty. A total of 12 Israeli settlements were established along the Gulf of Aqaba and in the northeast portion, just below the Gaza Strip; the peninsula was returned to Egypt in stages beginning in 1979 as part of the Egypt–Israel Peace Treaty. Israel dismantled eighteen settlements, two air force bases, a naval base, other installations by 1982, including most oil resources under Israeli control. Israeli forces first seized the Egyptian Sinai during the Suez Crisis of October–November 1956. Under heavy international pressure, Israeli forces withdrew in March 1957, after mapping the territory and placing secret supply caches in preparation for the next war; as part of the conditions for the Israeli withdrawal, the Sinai was demilitarized and the UNEF peacekeeping force was established there to police the border between Israel and Egypt.
In May 1967, Egyptian President Gamal Abdel Nasser ordered the withdrawal of this force and moved Egypt's own troops into the area. Israel, believing war to be imminent launched a preemptive strike against Egypt, beginning the Six-Day War. Within three days, Israel had occupied most of the Sinai. Following the Israeli conquest of Sinai, Egypt launched the War of Attrition aimed at forcing Israel to withdraw from the Sinai; the war saw protracted conflict in the Suez Canal Zone. Israeli shelling of the cities of Port Said and Suez on the west bank of the canal, led to high civilian casualties, contributed to the flight of 700,000 Egyptian internal refugees; the war concluded in 1970 with no change in the front line. On 6 October 1973, Egypt commenced Operation Badr to retake the Sinai, while Syria launched a simultaneous operation to retake the Golan Heights, thereby beginning the Yom Kippur War; the canal was reopened in 1975, with President Sadat leading the first convoy through the canal aboard an Egyptian destroyer.
In 1979, Egypt and Israel signed a peace treaty in which Israel agreed to withdraw from the entirety of the Sinai Peninsula. Israel subsequently withdrew in several stages, ending on 26 April 1982. Israeli settlements in the Sinai were split into two regions: one along the Mediterranean coast, another along the Gulf of Aqaba. Israel had plans to expand the settlement of Yamit into a city of up to 200,000 residents; the actual population of Yamit never exceeded 3,000. The settlements in the Yamit region were demolished by Israel prior to the withdrawal, but the settlements on the gulf: Ofira, Di Zahav, Neviot remained intact, were further developed by Egypt after the withdrawal. Yamit Avshalom, Sinai Netiv HaAsara, Sinai Holit Dikla Pri'el, Sinai Sufa, Sinai Talmei Yosef, Sinai Di Zahav Neviot Ofira Aviya Sonesta Beach Hotel Israeli occupation of Southern Lebanon Israeli-occupied territories
Numerous episodes of HGTV television shows are filmed in Atlanta, Georgia: Deserving Design, Atlanta Fire Department fire station #16, aired December 2008 My First Place "House Poor in Hotlanta" - March 2009-aired episode in Kennesaw "The Two-Bedroom Two-Step" on Belvedere near downtown Atlanta "Confounded by Condos" - a woman looks for a condo in Brookhaven, Buckhead, or East Atlanta Curb Appeal shot an episode in or near East Atlanta Curb Appeal: The Block, which first aired January 2010, shot several episodes in the area, including its debut season in places like Decatur and Smyrna: "Damaged Driveway Gets an Overhaul", aired on New Year's Day "The Entire Block Comes Together to Make Over a House and the Street Itself", in the Winnona Park neighborhood of Decatur House Hunters: "Post-Katrina Relocation" - a New Orleans real-estate agent who permanently evacuated from Hurricane Katrina finds a home "Big Dreams, Small Budget" "From the Big Apple to Atlanta" - the search for a home like his former one in New York "Moving to Downtown Atlanta" - a woman in Duluth looks for a home in Midtown and Buckhead "Downsizing in Atlanta" "Georgia Bound" - a suburban home in Alpharetta "Downtown Dwellers" a couple from a suburb near the Atlanta airport look in two new East Atlanta neighborhoods: Parkside Walk and Eastside Walk a low-rise apartment near Piedmont Park Designed to Sell: "Driving Home a Big Sale" "Green Makeover" "Trading Atlanta for Tennessee" "An Art Gallery Owner Has Outgrown Her Atlanta Condo and Needs to Sell" My House Is Worth What?: "Providence, Key Biscayne" "Cranston, Minneapolis" "Milwaukee, Atlanta" "Barrington, New York" "Denver, Key Biscayne"