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  • November 2012 Club Business International (CBI)
    November 2012 Club Business International (CBI)

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    From:IHRSA

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    CBI, the world's leading magazine for the health and fitness industry, is published by IHRSA and read by nearly 24,000 health club owners, managers and professionals in 74 countries around the world.
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  • THE NEED FOR NEW EDUCATION PROVISION IN SOUTH AFRICA
    THE NEED FOR NEW EDUCATION PROVISION IN SOUTH AFRICA

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    South Africa is one of the new independent states of Africa and the history of the country can be referred to as ideological catastrophy. But after 1994, South Africa ushered in a completely new political ideology, namely Democracy. This manuscript examines how the new democracy can be successfully ushered into the country and nurtured to humanize the entire citizenship from the inhuman apartheid political ideological philosophy to contribute to the emerging greatness of the country democratically.
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  • AFRICA'S POLITICAL, INDUSTRIAL AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DILEMMA IN THE CONTEMPORARY ERA OF THE AFRICAN UNION
    AFRICA'S POLITICAL, INDUSTRIAL AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DILEMMA IN THE CONTEMPORARY ERA OF THE AFRICAN UNION

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    The time for Africa to initiate its industrial and economic development through the efforts and initiatives of African states and citizens has dawned. The habit of begging and borrowing coupled with the blaming of colonialism and neo-colonialism and the multi-national corporations should be abandoned. There is need for rethink about the strategies and implementation palns for sustainable and equitable economic and social development. Africa has the potential to stand on its own feet to initiate its industrial and economic development agenda. This paper presents empirical evidence supported by studies and examples of concrete sources with scholarly argument to make a contribution towards the indistrial and economic development of Africa.
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  • AFRICAN RENAISSANCE IN THE CONTEMPORARY ERA OF THE AFRICAN UNION: RE-THINKING STRATEGIES FOR AFRICA'S INDUSTRIAL AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
    AFRICAN RENAISSANCE IN THE CONTEMPORARY ERA OF THE AFRICAN UNION: RE-THINKING STRATEGIES FOR AFRICA'S INDUSTRIAL AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

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    The blaming of colonialism, neo-colonialism and the multi-national corporations' sabotage of Africa's political, social, industrial and economic development must be something of the past in the new millennium. Introspectively, there is absolute need for re-think and re-strategize in terms of approaches, methods and techniques about implementation plans for sustainable and equitable development in Africa. In every respect - institutional resources, raw materials, skilled, semi-skilled and unskilled labour, material and human resources - Africa has all these potentials in abundance to stand on its own feet to initiate its political, social, industrial and economic development agenda in the new millennium. Dependency on foreign assistance from the same colonialists and imperialists for Africa's development should be limited or completely curtailed for obvious reasons. This empirical survey research paper presents recorded and observable evidence enlightened by analytical syhthesis of the potential Africa has to trigger its development through its regional blocks. This analysis will be supported by case studies, concrete sources with scholarly argument to make a contribution to the debate towards the industrial and economic development of Africa in the era of the African Renaissance under the auspices of the African Union.
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  • TEACHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING FOR AFRICA IN THE 21ST CENTURY: WHAT FORM SHOULD IT TAKE?
    TEACHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING FOR AFRICA IN THE 21ST CENTURY: WHAT FORM SHOULD IT TAKE?

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    No nation can develop beyond the quality of its education system, which depends on the quality of teachers. Much of what teachers need to know to be successful is invisible to lay observers leading to the view that teaching requires little formal study. On the contrary, teachers seek answers to questions to enable them help students learn. They learn about literature and appropriate technology, curriculum, pedagogy, assessment, evaluation and measurement. What they offer remains a secret and their key to success is mystery. This paper argues that 21st century teachers require new initiatives in their preparation to adequately meet the challenges and that we would need stronger, all inclusive globalized teacher education and training curricula and global teachers council to strengthn the teaching profession for easy mobility of teachers in the 21st century.
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  • October 2012 Club Business International (CBI)
    October 2012 Club Business International (CBI)

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    From:IHRSA

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    CBI, the world's leading magazine for the health and fitness industry, is published by IHRSA and read by nearly 24,000 health club owners, managers and professionals in 74 countries around the world.
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  • September 2012 Club Business International (CBI)
    September 2012 Club Business International (CBI)

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    From:IHRSA

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    CBI, the world's leading magazine for the health and fitness industry, is published by IHRSA and read by nearly 24,000 health club owners, managers and professionals in 74 countries around the world.
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  • change photo to sket cartoon from photoshop and coreldraw
    change photo to sket cartoon from photoshop and coreldraw

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    change photo to sket cartoon from photoshop and coreldraw
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  • The Line n Sigraph of a Symmetric n Sigraph IV
    The Line n Sigraph of a Symmetric n Sigraph IV

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    An n-tuple (a^sub 1^, a^sub 2^, ... , a^sub n^) is symmetric, if a^sub n-k+1^, 1 ≤ k ≤ n. Let H^sub n^ = (a^sub 1^, a^sub 2^, ... , a^sub n^) : a^sub k^ ∈ +, - }, a^sub k^ = a^sub n-k+1^, 1 ≤ k ≤ n} be the set of all symmetric n-tuples. Asymmetric n-sigraph (symmetric n-marked graph) is an ordered pair S^sub n^ = (G, σ) (S^sub n^ = (G, μ)), where G = (V, E) is a graph called the underlying graph of S^sub n^ and σ : E [arrow right] H^sub n^ (μ : V [arrow right] H^sub n^) is a function. In Bagga et al. (1995) introduced the concept of the super line graph of index r of a graph G, denoted by L^sub r^(G). The vertices of L^sub r^(G) are the r-subsets of E(G) and two vertices P and Q are adjacent if there exist p ∈ P and q ∈ Q such that p and q are adjacent edges in G. Analogously, one can define the super line symmetric n-sigraph of index r of a symmetric n-sigraph S^sub n^ = (G, σ) as a symmetric n-sigraph L^sub r^(S^sub n^) = (L^sub r^(G), σ'), where L^sub r^(G) is the underlying graph of L^sub r^(S^sub n^), where for any edge PQ in L^sub r^(S^sub n^), σ'(PQ) = σ(P)σ(Q). It is shown that for any symmetric n-sigraph S^sub n^, its L^sub r^(S^sub n^) is i-balanced and we offer a structural characterization of super line symmetric n-sigraphs of index r. Further, we characterize symmetric n-sigraphs S^sub n^ for which S^sub n^ ~ L^sub 2^(S^sub n^) ~ L^sub 2^(S^sub n^) ~ L(S^sub n^) and L^sub 2^(S^sub n^) ~ ... where ~ denotes switching equivalence and L^sub 2^(S^sub n^), L(S^sub n^) and ... are denotes the super line symmetric n-sigraph of index 2, line symmetric n-sigraph and complementary symmetric n-sigraph of S^sub n^ respectively. Also, we characterize symmetric n-sigraphs S^sub n^ for which S^sub n^ [congruent with] L^sub 2^(S^sub n^) and L^sub 2^(S^sub n^) [congruent with] L(S^sub n^). [PUBLICATION ABSTRACT]
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  • 3-Product Cordial Labeling of Some Graphs
    3-Product Cordial Labeling of Some Graphs

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    A mapping f : V(G) [arrow right] {0, 1, 2} is called a 3-product cordial labeling if |v^sub f^(i) - v^sub f^(j)| ≤ 1 and |e^sub f^(i) - e^sub f^(j)| ≤ 1 for any i, j ∈ {0, 1, 2}, where v^sub f^(i) denotes the number of vertices labeled with i, e^sub f^(i) denotes the number of edges xy with f(x)f(y) ≡ i (mod 3). A graph with a 3-product cordial labeling is called a 3-product cordial graph. In this paper, we establish that the duplicating arbitrary vertex in cycle C^sub n^, duplicating arbitrarily edge in cycle C^sub n^, duplicating arbitrary vertex in wheel W^sub n^, Ladder L^sub n^, Triangular Ladder TL^sub n^ and the graph [left angle bracket]W^sub n^^sup (1)^] : W^sub n^^sup (2)^) : ... : W^sub n^^sup (k)^[right angle bracket] are 3-product cordial. [PUBLICATION ABSTRACT]
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  • The t Pebbling Number of Jahangir Graph
    The t Pebbling Number of Jahangir Graph

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    Given a configuration of pebbles on the vertices of a connected graph G, a pebbling move (or pebbling step) is defined as the removal of two pebbles from a vertex and placing one pebble on an adjacent vertex. The t-pebbling number, f^sub t^(G) of a graph G is the least number m such that, however m pebbles are placed on the vertices of G, we can move t pebbles to any vertex by a sequence of pebbling moves. In this paper, we determine f^sup t^(G) for Jahangir graph J^sub 2,m^. [PUBLICATION ABSTRACT]
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  • Super Mean Labeling of Some Classes of Graphs
    Super Mean Labeling of Some Classes of Graphs

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    Let G be a (p, q) graph and f : V(G) [arrow right] {1, 2, 3, . . . , p + q} be an injection. For each edge e = uv, let f*(e) = (f(u) + f(v))/2 if f(u) + f(v) is even and f*(e) = (f(u) + f(v) + 1)/2 if f(u) + f(v) is odd. Then f is called a super mean labeling if f(V) ∪ {f* (e) : e ∈ E(G)} = 1, 2, 3, . . . , p+q}. A graph that admits a super mean labeling is called a super mean graph. In this paper we prove that ... generalized antiprism A^sup m^^sub n^ and the double triangular snake D(T^sub n^) are super mean graphs. [PUBLICATION ABSTRACT]
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  • Laplacian Energy of Certain Graphs
    Laplacian Energy of Certain Graphs

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    Let G be a graph with n vertices and m edges. Let μ^sub 1^, μ^sub 2^, ..., μ^sub n^ be the eigenvalues of the Laplacian matrix of G. The Laplacian energy .... In this paper, we calculate the exact Laplacian energy of complete graph, complete bipartite graph, path, cycle and friendship graph. [PUBLICATION ABSTRACT]
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  • Domination in Transformation Graph G^sup +-+^
    Domination in Transformation Graph G^sup +-+^

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    Let G = (V, E) be a simple undirected graph of order n and size m. The transformation graph of G is a simple graph with vertex set V(G) ∪ E(G) in which adjacency is defined as follows: (a) two elements in V(G) are adjacent if and only if they are adjacent in G (b) two elements in E(G) are adjacent if and only if they are non-adjacent in G and (c) one element in V(G) and one element in E(G) are adjacent if and only if they are incident in G. It is denoted by G^sup +-+^. A set S ⊆ V(G) is a dominating set if every vertex in V - S is adjacent to at least one vertex in S. The minimum cardinality taken over all dominating sets of G is called the domination number of G and is denoted by γ(G). In this paper, we investigate the domination number of transformation graph. We determine the exact values for some standard graphs and obtain several bounds. Also we prove that for any connected graph G of order n ≥ 5, γ(G^sup +-+^) ≤ ... . [PUBLICATION ABSTRACT]
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  • Equations for Spacelike Biharmonic General Helices with Timelike Normal According to Bishop Frame in The Lorentzian Group of Rigid Motions E(1, 1)
    Equations for Spacelike Biharmonic General Helices with Timelike Normal According to Bishop Frame in The Lorentzian Group of Rigid Motions E(1, 1)

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    In this paper, we study spacelike biharmonic general helices according to Bishop frame in the Lorentzian group of rigid motions E(1, 1). We characterize the spacelike biharmonic general helices in terms of their curvatures in the Lorentzian group of rigid motions E(1, 1). [PUBLICATION ABSTRACT]
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