Angus Cleghorn's scientific contributions

Publications (2)

Article
Elizabeth Bishop (1911–1979) published relatively few poems in her lifetime, at least compared to more prolific peers such as John Berryman and Anne Sexton, or her close friend, Robert Lowell. The four main collections published in her lifetime – North & South (1946), A Cold Spring (1955), Questions of Travel (1965), and Geography III (1976) – cont...
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Elizabeth Bishop is increasingly recognized as one of the twentieth century's most important and original poets. Initially celebrated for the minute detail of her descriptions, what John Ashbery memorably called her “thinginess,” Bishop's reputation has risen dramatically since her death, in part due to the publication of new work, including letter...

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... Since fuzzyfication in IFS theory holds the idea of intuitionism (e.g. see [12] ), IFS does not follow the LEM. On the other hand, this law is thoroughly investigated in the context of IFS, using different forms of LEM and various negation operators [7, 13] . ...