Flash CS5.5- IOS Multitouch – Swipe – Setup. Dir. IBrent. YouTube. IBrent, 23 May 2011. Web. 10 May 2012. <http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a9lk6m4lOoA&gt;.

 

 

How to Make an Iphone App on Windows [Flash Cs5]. Dir. AustinMooreTV. YouTube. AustinMooreTV, 19 Dec. 2010. Web. 10 May 2012. <http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mvJ289gFjco&gt;.

As I don’t have a Mac, the link above shows me how to use Adobe Flash CS5 to make an Iphone app.

 

 

 

Mandeep Singh – Personal interview – April 19, 2012
“It would be really useful to learn C++ as it is a very useful tool nowadays if you are interested in computer programming. It can be used to for making programs, coding apps, and when learned, can be a great advantage if you want to learn a new computer language”

As he learned C++ this academic year, he would be able to help me if I get stuck at some point.

 

 

 

“Quizlet.” AP Psychology 500 Flashcard Set from Barron’s Flashcards. Quizlet. Web. 10 May 2012. <http://quizlet.com/subject/ap-human-geography/&gt;.

 

The link above allows me to verify the information I had prepared for AP Human Geography Exam.

 

– Paul Vidal de la Blache – introduced the contemporary culture landscape, sometimes called the regional studies approach; “Among the connections that tie people to a certain environment, one of the most tenacious is food supply; clothing and weapons are more subject to modification than the dietary regime, which experience has shown to be best suited to human needs in a given climate.”
– Ernest W. Burgess – a sociologist at the University of Chicago, developed the concentric-zone model in 1925 with five zones; a city grows outward from a central area in a series of concentric rings, like the growth rings of a tree.
– Walter Christaller – German geographer who in the early 1930s first formulated central-place theory as a series of models designed to explain the spatial distribution of urban centers. Crucial to his theory is the fact that different goods and services vary both in threshold and in range.
– Eratosthenes – coined the name geography: geo meaning “the earth” and graphein meaning “to write.” He is noted for devising a system of latitude and longitude, and for being the first known to have calculated the size of the Earth within a remarkable 0.5 percent accuracy. He prepared one of the earliest maps of the known world.
– Homer Hoyt – an economist who studied housing data for 142 American cities, presented his sector model of urban land use in 1939. he maintained that high-rent residential districts were instrumental in shaping the land-use structure of the city. Because these areas were reinforced by transportation routes, the pattern of their development was one of sectors or wedges, not concentric zones.
– Ellsworth Huntington – one of the best known U.S. proponents of Ratzel’s ideas; argued that climate was a major determinant of civilization; according to him climate of maritime northwestern Europe produced greater human efficiency as measured by better health conditions, lower death rates, and higher standards of living.
– Halford John Mackinder – proposed the heartland theory in the early twentieth century based on environmental determinism, the heartland theory addresses the balance of power in the world and, in particular, the possibility of world conquest based on natural habitat advantage. It held that the Eurasian continent was the most likely base from which to launch a successful campaign for world conquest.
– Thomas Robert Malthus – English economist and cleric was the most famous pioneer observer of population growth with the publishing in 1798 of An Essay on the Principle of Population, known as the “dismal essay.” He believed that the human ability to multiply far exceeds our ability to increase food production. He maintained that “a strong and constantly operating check on population” will necessarily act as a natural control on numbers. He regarded famine, disease, and war as the inevitable outcome of the human population’s outstripping the food supply.
– George Perkins Marsh – in 1864 he wrote a treatise entitled Man and Nature, or Physical Geography as Modified by Human Action. As the first work to suggest that human beings are significant agents of environmental change, it is considered one of the most important advances in geography, ecology, and resource management in the nineteenth century; major influence on U.S. environmentalism.
– Ptolemy – main work is his Geographia. This too is a compilation of what was known about the world’s geography in the Roman Empire during his time; devised and provided instructions on how to create maps both of the whole inhabited world and of the Roman provinces.
– Friedrich Ratzel – a German trained in Biology and Chemistry who originated geopolitical theory in the late 1800’s; greatly influenced by the theories of social Darwinism. He stated seven laws of state growth; the model portrays the state as behaving like a biological organism; thus, its growth and change are seen as “natural” and inevitable; pioneered the belief of environmental determinism.
– Carl Ritter – he is considered one of the founders of modern geography; In his view, “geography was a kind of physiology and comparative anatomy of the earth: rivers, mountains, glaciers, &c., were so many distinct organs, each with its own appropriate functions; and, as his physical frame is the basis of the man, determinative to a large extent of his life, so the structure of each country is a leading element in the historic progress of the nation;” His 20-volumne Erdkunde was a monumental work of comparison and classification; He and von Humboldt urged human geographers to adopt the methods of scientific inquiry used by natural scientists.
W. W. Rostow – in 1960 proposed a widely cited model for economic advancement. Generalizing on the “sweep of modern history,” he theorized that alldeveloping economies may pass through five successive stages of growth and advancement.
– Carl Sauer – conducted pioneering research on the origins and dispersal of plant and animal domestication, was one of the first to propose that the process of domestication was independently invented at many different times and locations. He believed that domestication did not develop in response to hunger. He maintained that necessity was not the mother of agricultural invention, because starving people must spend every waking hour searching for food and have no time to devote to the centuries of leisurely experimentation required to domesticate plants.
– Johann Heinrich von Thunen – German scholar-farmer who developed the core-periphery model in the nineteenth century (economic determinism). In his model he proposed an “isolated state” that had no trade connections with the outside world; possessed only one market, located centrally in the state; and had uniform soil, climate, and level terrain throughout. He created this model to study the influence of distance from market and the concurrent transport costs on the type and intensity of agriculture.

 

– Alfred Weber – German geographer who was a major theorist of industrial location. He devised a model of how to understand industrial locations in regard to several factors, including labor supply, markets, resource location, and transpiration.

 

 

 

“Structure of a Program C++.” C++ Documentation. Cplusplus. Web. 1 May 2012. <http://www.cplusplus.com/doc/tutorial/program_structure/&gt;.

This website has provided me with detailed information on the basic of C++ programming. Information on variables and other components is a part of it.

 

 

 

WORK CITED

Flash CS5.5- IOS Multitouch – Swipe – Setup. Dir. IBrent. YouTube. IBrent, 23 May 2011. Web. 10 May 2012. <http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a9lk6m4lOoA&gt;.

How to Make an Iphone App on Windows [Flash Cs5]. Dir. AustinMooreTV. YouTube. AustinMooreTV, 19 Dec. 2010. Web. 10 May 2012. <http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mvJ289gFjco&gt;.

Mandeep Singh – Personal interview – April 19, 2012
“It would be really useful to learn C++ as it is a very useful tool nowadays if you are interested in computer programming. It can be used to for making programs, coding apps, and when learned, can be a great advantage if you want to learn a new computer language”

“Quizlet.” AP Psychology 500 Flashcard Set from Barron’s Flashcards. Quizlet. Web. 10 May 2012. <http://quizlet.com/subject/ap-human-geography/&gt;.

“Structure of a Program C++.” C++ Documentation. Cplusplus. Web. 1 May 2012. <http://www.cplusplus.com/doc/tutorial/program_structure/&gt;.

 

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