Wednesday, November 2, 2016

Germania Slavica ::::: Fenno Ugrian P. = F.U. People :::: Östergötlands+Oradea & Aux 88 & The Magic 8x8 Square with 64 Mercury Numbers & The Greek word "gaia" & Latin+ProtoCeltic Correlations :::: T.C. of the V. = The Chronovisor o.t. Vatican :::: Ar+rival+rA

   D. = De. = Decentralized     
    S. = Se. = Serbian         
C= Cu. = Cultures

:::: O.E. = One Eye ::::
DSC @Uni. Hanse. Hamburg = UHH
Das Institut für Slavistik beschäftigt sich mit Literatur, 
Kultur und Sprache der slavischen Länder 
in Mittelost- und Südosteuropa.

Studiengang IT-Sicherheit 
und Mobile Systeme
@FH Stralsund
Mare Suebicum (lateinisch) Morze Bałtyckie (polnisch) Baltic Sea (englisch)

Karte der polnischen Geschichtsforschung

Ausdehnung der deutschen Ostsiedlung
in die slawischen Gebiete

Lausitzer Serben bzw. Sorben
Institut für Finnougristik & Uralistik
::::+:::: ::::+::::

Vodafone Sweden

changes its name

T.T. = To Telenor

"Pandora in progress, EELA in progress. HVBN stable. M=10." ~ Cobra

::::+:::: 4.4.2006 ::::+::::

DJ Premier
Gang Starr Minister
i.m. Kanzler.amt
Die Hanseatic war ein Turbinenschiff und das erste Schiff des Namens Hanseatic. Sie wurde 1929 bei der Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd. in Govan als Empress of Japan gebaut und hatte ursprünglich eine Tonnage von 26.032 BRT. Im Laufe seiner Geschichte wurde das Schiff mehrfach umbenannt.
Alternative Keys = A.K. = K.A. = King Arthur
iBought this Vinyl Release
In Spring #IS 1997 & I Still #IS Love I.T. 
because it always sounds fresh & funky.
:::: I celebrated the Walpurgisnacht 1997 in Kassel with Helge Z. ((((Drummer Helge)))) 
& his brother & his brother's G.F.
@ÄTät@ Aufschwung Ost 
a.k.a. Stammheim ::::
The Main Act were Johannes Heil
& Heiko Laux & outside in the car
Helge & me listened to Profan015/Reval.

The name Tallinn(a) is Estonian. It is usually thought to be derived from Taani-linn(a), (meaning 'Danish-town) (LatinCastrum Danorum), after the Danes built the castle in place of the Estonian stronghold at Lindanisse. However, it could also have come from tali-linna ('winter-castle or town'), or talu-linna ('house/farmstead-castle or town'). The element -linna, like Germanic -burg and Slavic -grad / -gorod, originally meant 'fortress', but is used as a suffix in the formation of town names. The previously-used official names in German About this sound Reval  and Russian Revel (Ревель), were eplaced after Estonia became independent in 1918. At first both forms Tallinna and Tallinn were used.
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In The Year 2525 
Television Records + Ural 13 Diktators

Ich gehe heute oder morgen ein
bisschen in Wunstorf &
Steinhude spazieren ::::

Județ / Bihar megye / Kreis Bihor

Oradea ist die rumänische Partnerstadt von Linköping

"A native of Germany," 
1520s, from Latin Germanus 
(adjective and noun, plural Germani), 
first attested in writings of Julius Caesar, who used Germani to designate a group of tribes in northeastern Gaul, of unknown origin and considered to be neither Latin nor Germanic. Perhaps originally the name of an individual tribe, but Gaulish (Celtic) origins have been proposed, from words perhaps originally meaning "noisy" (compare Old Irish garim "to shout") or "neighbor" (compare Old Irish gair "neighbor"). Middle English had Germayns (plural, late 14c.), but only in the sense "ancient Teuton, member of the Germanic tribes." The earlier English word was Almain (early 14c.; see Alemanni) or Dutch.
Þe empere passede from þe Grees to þe Frenschemen and to þe Germans, þat beeþ Almayns. [John of Trevisa, translation of Higdon's Polychronicon, 1387]
Their name for themselves, die Deutschen (see Dutch), dates from 12c. Roman writers also used Teutoni as a German tribal name, and writers in Latin after about 875 commonly refer to the German language as teutonicus (see Teutonic). Meaning "the German language" in English is from 1748. High German (1823 in English) and Low German as a division of dialects is geographical: High German (from 16c. established as the literary language) was the German spoken in the upland regions in southern Germany, Low German (often including Dutch, Frisian, Flemish), also called Plattdeutsch was spoken in the regions near the North Sea. In the U.S. German also was used of descendants of settlers from Germany.

Various ‎ Trance Atlantic

Volume ‎ by 

Rob Deacon a.k.a. Robert Andrew Deacon

4 × Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Limited Edition 

:::: AUX.CH. >>>> Hilfskanal ::::

Properties of the number 88


  • The number eight being the symbol of the infinity, 88 symbolizes the double directions of the infinity of the universe, that is to say the infinitely small and the infinitely large.
  • The number 88 is the numbered representation of the cross swastika - three times cranked. Symbolically, this cross represents the eternity or the cosmic Christ, and it is allotted to the number 16. And, by theosophical reduction, 8 + 8 gives 16.


  • It is the period of revolution, in number of days, of the Mercury planet around the Sun.
  • Among the abbreviations used in telegraphy and in telephony, and which are employed universally, we find the number 88 meaning "love and kisses".


  • By using as the correspondence table A=26, B=25, ..., Z=1, we find that, in French, "Dieu Un" (God One) gives 88.


  • The cardinal number 7 is used 88 times in the NT.
  • The sum of the occurrences of all the numbers of the New Testament multiple of 5 and written under their cardinal form gives 88. And the sum of the occurrences of all numbers multiple of 13, which are in the Bible of Jerusalem or in the NRSV, gives also 88.
Central Square in Linköping+ Juli 2005 Linköping

The Greek word γαῖα (transliterated as gaia) is a collateral form of γῆ (Doric γᾶ ga and probably δᾶ da) meaning Earth, a word of uncertain origin. R. S. P. Beekes has suggested a Pre-Greek origin. It, however, could be related to the Avestan word gaiia 'life;' cf. Av. gaēθā '(material) world, totality of creatures' and gaēθiia 'belonging to/residing in the worldly/material sphere, material'; or perhaps Av, gairi 'mountain'. In Mycenean Greek Ma-ka (trans. as Ma-ga, "Mother Gaia") also contains the root ga-. :::: >>>> Likely derived from Proto-Celtic *galn- ‎(to be able::::

:::: Technology and natural sciences ::::

The Institute of Technology at Linköping University conducts research across 7 divisions & a number of research centres - from basic engineering, mathematics & computer science to applied research. Since the beginning emphasis has been on emerging technologies such as biotechnology, material science, industrial engineering & management & information technology.

"One of the most cited books in physics of all time, Quantum Computation and Quantum Information remains the best textbook in this exciting field of science. This 10th anniversary edition includes an introduction from the authors setting the work in context. This comprehensive textbook describes such remarkable effects as fast quantum algorithms, quantum teleportation, quantum cryptography and quantum error-correction. Quantum mechanics and computer science are introduced before moving on to describe what a quantum computer is, how it can be used to solve problems faster than 'classical' computers and its real-world implementation. It concludes with an in-depth treatment of quantum information. Containing a wealth of figures and exercises, this well-known textbook is ideal for courses on the subject, and will interest beginning graduate students and researchers in physics, computer science, mathematics, and electrical engineering." :::: 
10th Anniversary  Edition :::: 9.12.2010 

Quantum Information Theory
At The
(Institut für Systemtechnik)
is based on this book

#Date and timeSubjectContentBook chapter   Assignments
130/10, 15:15Introduction to Quantum MechanicsPolarized light, light quantum, vector space description, Dirac ket notation. subspaces as events, spin-1/2, the Bloch sphere, projection operators, measurement, the Born rule, Pauli matrices1, 2.1.1-2.1.6, 2.2.1-2.2.52:9, 10, 11, 19, 20, 21
213/11, 15:15Measurement, mixed statesMeasurement operators, joint measurement, joint eigenspaces, commutator, Hermitian operators, state transformations, unitary operators, the Schrödinger equation, mixed state, Trace as scalar product, trace as probability, density operator, proper and improper mixtures, spectral decomposition2.1.6, 2.1.8-2.1.9, 2.2.2-2.2.5, 2.4.1-2.4.22: 35, 37, 39, 47, 57, 58, 71, 72
328/11, 15:15Composite systemsComposite systems, tensor product, entanglement, pure states, partial trace, separability, teleportation, purification, Schmidt decomposition2.1.7, 2.2.8, 2.4.3, 2.52.67*, 2.74, 2.75, 2.81, 2.82
49/12, 15:15Quantum entropyVon Neumann entropy, relative entropy, the Klein inequality, positivity and upper bounds, subadditivity, lower bounds11.1-11.2, 11.3.1-*, 11.5, 11.7, 11.11, 11.12
516/12, 15:15Quantum entropy (continued)Entropy for bipartite systems, conditional entropy, mutual information, Venn diagram, negative conditional entropy, tripartite systems11.3.2-11.3.411.13, 11.14, 11.16
613/1, 15:15Entropy for mixed statesEntropy for mixtures as mixture of entropies, measurements increase the entropy, Concavity of entropy.11.3.3, 11.3.5-11.411.19, 11.20
723/1, 13:15Accessible information, Quantum Source codingThe Holevo bound. Strong subadditivity. Lieb's theorem. Convexity of relative entropy. Concavity of conditional entropy.11.4,12.111.24, 11.25, 11.26
830/1, 15:15Quantum channelsQuantum operations, and connection to generalized quantum measurements, trace-preserving operations, quantum channels, examples88.4, 8.6, 8.10, 8.22, 8.29
912/2, 13:15Noise measuresTrace distance, fidelity, properties of the fidelity, examples, entanglement fidelity9
1027/3, 15:15Quantum source coding, Quantum error correction, Quantum channel coding12,10
11Quantum data processing inequality, ... 12

TU Berlin unter den 100 besten Universitäten weltweit
Donnerstag, 22. September 2016
Medieninformation Nr. 149/2016

THE-Ranking: TU Berlin erreicht insgesamt Platz 82 

Rang 7 unter den deutschen Universitäten

In der neuesten Ausgabe des renommierten „Times Higher Education World University Ranking“ steigt die TU Berlin erstmals unter die 100 besten Universitäten der Welt auf und liegt in der Gesamtwertung auf Platz 82. Deutschlandweit wurde ein siebter Platz erreicht, im Vergleich der großen technischen Universitäten Deutschlands ergibt sich Rang 3.
Das jährliche Ranking des britischen Magazins „Times Higher Education“ (THE) basiert auf den fünf Säulen Lehre, Internationales, Drittmittel, Forschung und Zitationen. Die TU Berlin erzielt besonders im Bereich der Drittmittel herausragende Resultate und liegt hier weit über dem Durchschnitt aller untersuchten Institutionen. Auch bei den Indikatoren Lehre und Forschung liegt sie im oberen Viertel der Ergebnisse.
Für die aktuelle Ausgabe des Rankings wurden 980 Universitäten aus 79 Ländern untersucht, davon 41 aus Deutschland.

Die Fakultät Elektrotechnik und Informatik gehört zu den forschungsstärksten Fakultäten in Deutschland in diesem Bereich. Ihre Drittmittelzahlen lagen im Jahr 2014 bei einem Rekordbetrag von rund 41,1 Millionen Euro, wobei die Gelder im Wesentlichen von Industrieunternehmen, der Deutschen Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG), dem Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung (BMBF) und der Europäischen Union (EU) kamen. Mehr als 70 Wissenschaftlerinnen und Wissenschaftler schließen jährlich ihre Promotion erfolgreich ab. Forschungskooperationen mit Top-Universitäten in Nordamerika, Europa und Asien sorgen für einen steten Austausch an Ideen und ermöglichen den Nachwuchswissenschaftlerinnen und -wissenschaftlern beiderseitig interessante und lohnende Forschungsaufenthalte. Auch die hohen Auszeichnungen der Wissenschaftler belegen ein hervorragendes Renommee. Zum Beispiel erhielten bereits drei Professoren der Fakultät den Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz-Preis der Deutschen Forschungsgemeinschaft, zwei Professoren wurden für die Alexander von Humboldt-Professur ausgewählt, Deutschlands höchstdotiertem internationalen Forschungspreis. :::: ::::

Stand am 2. November 2016 um 4:20 Uhr ::::
1,- Euro = 9,9120 Schwedische Kronen



A device used by the Vatican 

to look into the future and past

Top 10 Things

to Know About

the Day of the Dead

"Everything is dual. Everything has poles. 
Everything has its pair of opposites. 
Like and unlike are the same. 
Opposites are identical in nature, 
but different in degree. Extremes meet. 
All truths are but half-truths. 
All paradoxes may 
be reconciled."
  ~ The Kybalion Chapter X ~
Yunasai Yews (Angelic Source Science)+A.
Luciferian Jews (Archontic Demonology)+F.A.

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