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Mullen, William 1946-

Overview
Works: 43 works in 87 publications in 1 language and 1,323 library holdings
Genres: Criticism, interpretation, etc  History 
Roles: Author, Performer, Translator, Contributor
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Most widely held works about William Mullen
 
Most widely held works by William Mullen
Choreia : Pindar and dance by William Mullen( )

20 editions published between 1982 and 2016 in English and Undetermined and held by 1,224 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This study reveals that the three metrical units into which most choral odes were divided refer to the disposition in space of the dancers as they recited, with climactic moments of the poetry actualized through the attitudes of the dancers and with certain themes reserved for particular sections of the poetic form.Originally published in 1983.The Princeton Legacy Library uses the latest print-on-demand technology to again make available previously out-of-print books from the distinguished backlist of Princeton University Press. These paperback editions preserve the original texts of these important books while presenting them in durable paperback editions. The goal of the Princeton Legacy Library is to vastly increase access to the rich scholarly heritage found in the thousands of books published by Princeton University Press since its founding in 1905
How to break, educate and handle the horse for the uses of every day life by William Mullen( )

4 editions published between 1901 and 2012 in English and held by 27 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Pindar's Aeginetans by William Mullen( Book )

8 editions published between 1972 and 1986 in English and Undetermined and held by 9 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Teaching communication creatively : practical ideas to enhance student learning( Book )

1 edition published in 2012 in English and held by 7 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Athens, Arden, Jerusalem : essays in honor of Mera Flaumenhaft( )

1 edition published in 2017 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Through careful interpretative essays on Greek poets, Shakespeare, and the Hebrew Bible, Athens, Arden, Jerusalem explores fundamental questions about God, human nature, and the political order. The collection of essays addresses topics ranging from friendship and marriage to sovereignty and tyranny, from piety and sin to comedy and contemplation
Direct and Lead Units During Preparation for the Battle (Battlefield Function 19) as Accomplished by a Direct Support Field Artillery Battalion. Volume 2: Assessment Package( Book )

2 editions published in 1998 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The purpose of the overall research program was to document the synchronization required by command and control tasks performed within the armored brigade, to include combat support and combat service support units. The immediate application of the documentation was to support developers of staff training in two related projects: Battle Staff Training System and Staff Group Trainer. The documentation was also intended to assist with the planning and execution of collective training. The documentation approach was to apply function analysis (FA) techniques for battlefield function (BFs) in the Command and Control battlefield operating system. Thirteen FAs were developed for the brigade headquarters and four supporting units: direct support field artillery battalion, engineer battalion, forward support battalion, and air defense artillery battery. The FAs were revised through a formative evaluation process that included internal review and successive external reviews by combat training centers, proponent agencies, and a review council representing potential users of the FAs. The final products include the FAs, a use's guide, and assessment packages for the BFs. This report provides the assessment package for BF 19 as performed by the direct support field artillery battalion
Direct and Lead Units in Execution of Battle (Battlefield Function 20) as Accomplished by a Forward Support Battalion; Volume 2: Assessment Package( Book )

2 editions published in 1998 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The purpose of the overall research program was to document the synchronization required by command and control tasks performed within the armored brigade, to include combat support and combat service support units. The immediate application of the documentation was to support developers of staff training in two related projects: Battle Staff Training System and Staff Group Trainer. The documentation was also intended to assist with the planning and execution of collective training. The documentation approach was to apply function analysis (FA) techniques for battlefield functions (BFs) in the Command and Control battlefield operating system. Thirteen FAs were developed for the brigade headquarters and four supporting units: direct support field artillery battalion, engineer battalion, forward support battalion, and air defense artillery battery. The FAs were revised through a formative evaluation process that included internal review and successive external reviews by combat training centers, proponent agencies, and a review council representing potential users of the FAs. The final products include the FAs, a use's guide, and assessment packages for the BFs. This report provides the assessment package for BF 20 as performed by the forward support battalion
Direct and Lead Units During Preparation for the Battle (Battlefield Function 19) as Accomplished by an Engineer Battalion Supporting a Heavy Brigade. Volume 2: Assessment Package( Book )

2 editions published in 1997 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The purpose of the overall research program was to document the synchronization required by command and control tasks performed within the armored brigade, to include combat support and combat service support units. The immediate application of the documentation was to support developers of staff training in two related projects: Battle Staff Training System and Staff Group Trainer. The documentation was also intended to assist with the planning and execution of collective training. The documentation approach was to apply function analysis (FA) techniques for battlefield functions (BFs) in the Command and Control battlefield operating system. Thirteen FAs were developed for the brigade headquarters and four supporting units: direct support field artillery battalion, engineer battalion, forward support battalion, and air defense artillery battery. The FAs were revised through a formative evaluation process that included internal review and successive external reviews by combat training centers, proponent agencies, and a review council representing potential users of the FAs. The final products include the FAs, a user's guide, and assessment packages for the BFs. This report provides the assessment package for BF 19 as performed by the engineer battalion supporting a heavy brigade
Direct and Lead Units in Execution of Battle (Battlefield Function 20) as Accomplished by an Engineer Battalion Supporting a Heavy Brigade. Volume 2: Assessment Package( Book )

2 editions published in 1997 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The purpose of the overall research program was to document the synchronization required by command and control tasks performed within the armored brigade to include combat support and combat service support units. The immediate application of the documentation was to support developers of staff training in two related projects: Battle Staff Training System and Stair group Trainer. The documentation was also intended to assist with the planning and execution of collective training. The documentation approach was to apply function analysis (FA) techniques for battlefield functions (BFs) in the Command and Control battlefield operating system. Thirteen FAs were developed for the brigade headquarters and four supporting units: direct support field artillery battalion, engineer battalion forward support battalion and air defense artillery battery. The FAs were revised through a formative evaluation process that included internal review and successive external reviews by combat training centers, proponent agencies, and a review council representing potential users of the FAs. The final products include the FAs, a user's guide, and assessment packages for the BFs. This report provides the assessment package for BF 20 as performed by the engineer battalion supporting a heavy brigade
Direct and Lead Units in Execution of Battle (Battlefield Function 20) as Accomplished by a Heavy Brigade. Volume 2: Assessment Package( Book )

2 editions published in 1997 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The purpose of the overall research program was to document the synchronization required by command and control tasks performed within the armored brigade, to include combat support and combat service support units. The immediate application of the documentation was to support developers of staff training in two related projects: Battle Staff Training System and Staff Group Trainer. The documentation was also intended to assist with the planning and execution of collective training. The documentation approach was to apply function analysis (FA) techniques for battlefield functions (BFs) in the Command and Control battlefield operating system. Thirteen FAs were developed for the brigade headquarters and four supporting units: direct support field artillery battalion, engineer battalion, forward Support battalion, and air defense artillery battery. The FAs were revised through a formative evaluation procecss that included internal review and successive external reviews by combat training centers, proponent agencies, and a review council representing potential users of the FAs. The final products include the FAs, a user's guide, and assessment packages for the BFs. This report provides the assessment package for BF 20 as performed by a beavy brigade headquarters
Direct and Lead Units in Execution of Battle (Battlefield Function 20) as Accomplished by a Direct Support Field Artillery Battalion; Volume 2: Assessment Package( Book )

2 editions published in 1998 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The purpose of the overall research program was to document the synchronization required by command and control tasks performed within the armored brigade. to include combat support and combat service support units. The immediate application of the documentation was to support developers of staff training in two related projects: Battle Staff Training System and Staff Group Trainer. The documentation was also intended to assist with the planning and execution of collective training. The documentation approach was to apply functional analysis (FA) techniques for battlefield functions (BFs) in the Command and Control battlefield operating system. Thirteen FAs were developed for the brigade headquarters and four supporting units: direct support field artillery battalion engineer battalion forward support battalion, and air defense artillery battery. The FAs were revised through a formative evaluation process that included internal review and successive external reviews by combat training centers proponent agencies and a review Council representing potential users of the FAs. The final products include the FAs, a use's guide, and assessment packages for the BFs. This report provides the assessment package for BF 20 as performed by the direct support field artillery battalion
Plan for Combat Operations (Battlefield Function 18) as Accomplished by a Forward Support Battalion Volume 2: Assessment Package( Book )

2 editions published in 1998 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The purpose of the overall research program was to document the synchronization required by command and control tasks performed within the armored brigade, to include combat support and combat service support units. The immediate application of the documentation was to support developers of staff training in two related projects: Battle Staff Training System and Staff Group Trainer. The documentation was also intended to assist with the planning and execution of collective training. The documentation approach was to apply function analysis (FA) techniques for battlefield functions (BFs) in the Command and Control battlefield operating system. Thirteen FAs were developed for the brigade headquarters and four supporting units: direct support field artillery battalion, engineer battalion, forward support battalion, and air defense artillery battery. The FAs were revised through a formative evaluation process that included internal review and successive external reviews by combat training centers, proponent agencies, and a review Council representing potential users of the FAs. The final products include the FAs, a user's guide, and assessment packages for the BFs. This report provides the assessment package for BF 18 as performed by the forward support battalion
Plan for Combat Operations (Battlefield Function 18) as Accomplished by a Direct Support Field Artillery Battalion. Volume 2: Assessment Package( Book )

2 editions published in 1998 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The purpose of the overall research program was to document the synchronization required by command and control tasks performed within the armored brigade to include combat support and combat service support units. The immediate application of the documentation was to support developers of staff training in two related projects: Battle Staff Training System and Staff Group Trainer. The documentation was also intended to assist with the planning and execution of collective training. The documentation approach was to apply function analysis (FA) techniques for battlefield functions (BFs) in the Command and Control battlefield operating system. Thirteen FAs were developed for the brigade headquarters and four supporting units: direct support field & artillery battalion, engineer battalion, forward support battalion, and air defense artillery battery. The FAs were revised through a formative evaluation process that included internal review and successive external reviews by combat training centers, proponent agencies, and a review council representing potential users of the FAs. The final products include the FAs, a use's guide, and assessment packages for the BFs. This report provides the assessment package for BF 18 as performed by the direct support field artillery battalion
Direct and Lead Units During Preparation for the Battle (Battlefield Function 19) as Accomplished by a Forward Support Battalion. Volume 2: Assessment Package( Book )

2 editions published in 1998 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The purpose of the overall research program was to document the synchronization required by command and control tasks performed within the armored brigade, to include combat support and combat service support units. The immediate application of the documentation was to support developers of staff training in two related projects: Battle Staff Training System and Staff Group Trainer. The documentation was also intended to assist with the planning and execution of collective training. The documentation approach was to apply function analysis (FA) techniques for battlefield function (BFs) in the Command and Control battlefield operating system. Thirteen FAs were developed for the brigade headquarters and four supporting units: direct support field artillery battalion, engineer battalion, forward support battalion, and air defense artillery battery. The FAs were revised through a formative evaluation process that included internal review and successive external reviews by combat training centers, proponent agencies, and a review Council representing potential users of the FAs. The final products include the FAs, a user's guide, and assessment pac:packages for the BFs. This report provides the FA and user's guide for BF 19 as performed by the forward support battalion
Take Active Air Defense Measures (Battlefield Function 16) as Accomplished by a Heavy Brigade with a Subordinate Air Defense Artillery Battery. Volume 2: Assessment Package( Book )

2 editions published in 1997 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The purpose of the overall research program was to document the synchronization required by command and control tasks performed within the armored brigade, to include combat support and combat service support units. The immediate application of the documentation was to support developers of staff training in two related projects: Battle Staff Training System and Staff Group Trainer. The documentation was also intended to assist with the planning and execution of collective training. The documentation approach was to apply function analysis (FA) techniques for battlefield functions (BFs) in the Command and Control battlefield operating system. Thirteen FAs were developed for the brigade headquarters and four supporting units: direct support field artillery battalion, engineer battalion, forward support battalion, and air defense artillery (ADA) battery. The FAs were revised through a formative evaluation process that included internal review and successive external reviews by combat training centers, proponent agencies. and a review council representing potential users of the FAs. The final products include the FAs, a users guide, and assessment packages for the FAs. This report provides the assessment package for the supporting ADA battery
Dr. Thevenin : an intelligent tutoring system for electrical circuits by Eswaran Subrahmanian( Book )

2 editions published between 1986 and 1987 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The modules are problem solver, problem generator, instructor, scheduler-input recognizer, and Thevenin expert. The system is implemented in OPS5, Lisp and C. The system uses the Andrew window manager system for providing graphical capabilities to represent and manipulate the circuit. The paper also presents an illustration of interaction between the student and the current implementation of the system."
Direct and Lead Units During Preparation for the Battle (Battiefield Function 19) as Accomplished by a Heavy Brigade. Volume 2: Assessment Package( Book )

2 editions published in 1997 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The purpose of the overall research program was to document the synchronization required by command and control tasks performed within the armored brigade, to include combat support and combat service support units. The immediate application of the documentation was to support developers of staff training in two related projects: Battle Staff Training System and Staff Group Trainer. The documentation was also intended to assist with the planning and execution of collective training. The documentation approach was to apply function analysis (FA) techniques for battlefield functions (BFs) in the Command and Control battlefield operating system. The FAs were developed for the brigade headquarters and four supporting units: direct support field artillery battalion, engineer battalion, forward support battalion, and air defense artillery battery. The FAs were revised throngh a formative evaluation process that included internal review and successive external reviews by combat training centers, proponent agencies, and a review council representing potential users of the FAs. The final products include the FAs, a user's guide, and assessment packages for the BFs. This report provides the assessment package for BFl9 as performed by a heavy brigade headquarters
Analysis of Battlefield Function 20 (Direct and Lead Units in Execution of Battle) as Performed by a Digital Battalion Task Force( Book )

2 editions published in 1998 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This report provides information concerning Battlefield Function (BF) 20, Direct and Lead Units in Execution of Battle, as performed by a battalion task force (Bn TF) which is digitally equipped. The components, or sections, of this analysis are products which can be used to support development of a training strategy for the Bn TF. This analysis identifies the critical tasks and supporting tasks undertaken by the Bn TF commander, his staff and the subordinate/ supporting commanders. The approach included revising and upgrading an existing Bn TF analysis, augmenting the analysis to incorporate processes associated with the digital enhancements currently available to the selected division, and conducting an external review
Plan for Combat Operations (Battlefield Function 18) as Accomplished by an Engineer Battalion Supporting a Heavy Brigade. Volume 2: Assessment Package( Book )

2 editions published in 1997 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The purpose of the overall research program was to document the synchronization required by command and control tasks performed within the armored brigade to include combat support and combat service support units. The immediate application of the documentation was to support developers of staff training in two related projects: Battle Staff Training System and Staff Group Trainer. The documentation was also intended to assist with the planning and execution of collective training. The documentation approach was to apply function analysis (FA) techniques for battlefield function (BFs) in the Command and Control battlefield operating system. Thirteen FAs were developed for the brigade headquarters and four supporting units: direct support field artillery battalion, engineer battalion, forward support battalion, and air defense artillery battery. The FAs were revised through a formative evaluation process that included internal review and successive external reviews by combat training centers, proponent agencies, and a review Council representing potential users of the FAs. The final products include the FAs, a user's guide, and assessment packages for the BFs. This report provides the assessment package for BF is as performed by the engineer battalion supporting a heavy brigade
Plan for Combat Operations (Battlefield Function 18) as Accomplished by a Heavy Brigade. Volume 2: Assessment Package( Book )

2 editions published in 1997 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The purpose of the overall research program was to document the synchronization required by command and control tasks performed within the armored brigade, to include combat support and combat service support units. The immediate application of the documentation was to support developers of staff training in two related projects: Battle Staff Training System and Staff Group Trainer. The documentation was also intended to assist with the planning and execution of collective training. The documentation approach was to apply function analysis (FA) techniques for battlefield functions (BFs) in the Command and Control battlefield operating system. Thirteen FAs were developed for the brigade headquarters and four supporting units: direct support field artillery battalion, engineer battalion, forward support battalion, and air defense artillery battery. The FAs were revised through a formative evaluation process that included internal review and successive external reviews by combat training centers, proponent agencies, and a review Council representing potential users of the FAs. The final products include the FAs, a uses guide, and assessment packages for the BFs. This report provides the assessment package for BFs as performed by a heavy brigade headquarters
 
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