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The term Acadian is used to identify the descendants of the first French and European settlers established in Acadia during the New France era. As we have seen in the reports of his death, Jünger was well loved by his friends, even if their number, by his own account, was small.
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Can be found in the file 16 — Archives municipales. Acadian genealogy — Researching your Acadian ancestors. What is Genealogy Quebec? What your ancestors can tell you about your life expectancy. How far back can you research your ancestry in Quebec? The first French-Canadian centenarians in Quebec. Last names in Quebec: Immigration from Old to New France. The Drouin Collection: Differentiating Religious and Civil Genealogy. Quebec Marriage Records Search: Key to Tracing Your Genealogy.
Our primary goal in is to continue and accelerate the development of our genealogical collections, but also to facilitate their use and make the GenealogyQuebec. It promises to be a very busy year!
This update pertains to the Catholic baptism and burial records celebrated in the province of Quebec between and Baptisms and burials from the period are added gradually through bimonthly updates. The term Acadian is used to identify the descendants of the first French and European settlers established in Acadia during the New France era.
Originally from west-central France, they settled starting in in an area comprising parts of the Maritime Provinces and Quebec, which is known today as Acadia.
Due to their French roots, a majority of Acadians were Catholic. It is predominantly through baptism, marriage and burial records that we are able to trace the family history of the Acadians. Acadian genealogy is not as well documented as that of surrounding regions, which can be attributed to the disappearance of a large number of records and documents during the Great Upheaval.
Nonetheless, there are several tools and databases related to Acadian genealogy available online. It is an excellent resource for finding Acadian ancestors and cousins. It also contains Acadian censuses that can be consulted directly on the website. The Drouin Collection records are a collection of parish registers baptisms, marriages and burials from Quebec, Acadia, as well as parts of Ontario, New Brunswick and the United States.
Here we are focusing on the Acadian records. The years covered differ according to the register. The collection also contains Acadian censuses from to This tool contains family files based on the Acadian parish records mentioned above.
In total, the tool contains 96 family files from to and is equipped with a search engine which allows searches by last name, first name, date and parish. In addition, the original records are attached to the family files, allowing the information contained in them to be viewed and verified.
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The Drouin team has been hard at work over the past month! This tool contains family files based on baptism, marriage and burial records from Acadia. You can browse this tool with a subscription to GenealogyQuebec. You can browse the Newspaper obituaries with a GenealogyQuebec. The additions pertain to the period for Catholic baptisms and burials.
Baptisms and burials of the period are added gradually through our bimonthly updates. This update almost doubled the total amount of individuals in the database! Today, we are pleased to announce that the family reconstructions from to have been added to the PRDH-IGD website, which officially brings the — period to a close.
This massive update represents the addition of individuals and 94 families to the database. That number has now nearly doubled! You will notice the absence of events dated after on the first image. In the second picture, you can see many new individuals in the family, those born after , as well as several events that were not associated with this family before the update. These two elements work in tandem to form what could be described as a comprehensive family tree of the entire Catholic population of the Province of Quebec from to The first element is the repertory of vital events.
This is a directory of all Catholic baptism, marriage and burial records celebrated in Quebec between and , more than 2. The records are presented in the form of certificates. The second element is the genealogical dictionary of families family reconstructions. Any individual mentioned in a record from the database is given his own individual file. The individual file also mentions the parents as well as the spouse s. Every name and date in the individual file can be clicked to access the related individual file or record certificate.
Similarly, any married couple mentioned in a record in the database is given a Family File. In theory, the coefficients of the characteristic polynomial can be computed exactly, since they are sums of products of matrix elements; and there are algorithms that can find all the roots of a polynomial of arbitrary degree to any required accuracy. According to the Abel—Ruffini theorem there is no general, explicit and exact algebraic formula for the roots of a polynomial with degree 5 or more.
Therefore, for matrices of order 5 or more, the eigenvalues and eigenvectors cannot be obtained by an explicit algebraic formula, and must therefore be computed by approximate numerical methods. Even the exact formula for the roots of a degree 3 polynomial is numerically impractical.
Once the exact value of an eigenvalue is known, the corresponding eigenvectors can be found by finding non-zero solutions of the eigenvalue equation, that becomes a system of linear equations with known coefficients.
For example, once it is known that 6 is an eigenvalue of the matrix. This matrix equation is equivalent to two linear equations. The converse approach, of first seeking the eigenvectors and then determining each eigenvalue from its eigenvector, turns out to be far more tractable for computers.
The easiest algorithm here consists of picking an arbitrary starting vector and then repeatedly multiplying it with the matrix optionally normalising the vector to keep its elements of reasonable size ; surprisingly this makes the vector converge towards an eigenvector. Efficient, accurate methods to compute eigenvalues and eigenvectors of arbitrary matrices were not known until the advent of the QR algorithm in Most numeric methods that compute the eigenvalues of a matrix also determine a set of corresponding eigenvectors as a by-product of the computation, although sometimes the implementors choose to discard the eigenvector information as soon as it is not needed anymore.
Indeed, except for those special cases, a rotation changes the direction of every nonzero vector in the plane. A linear transformation that takes a square to a rectangle of the same area a squeeze mapping has reciprocal eigenvalues. This allows one to represent the Schrödinger equation in a matrix form. The bra—ket notation is often used in this context. In this notation, the Schrödinger equation is:.
In quantum mechanics , and in particular in atomic and molecular physics , within the Hartree—Fock theory, the atomic and molecular orbitals can be defined by the eigenvectors of the Fock operator. The corresponding eigenvalues are interpreted as ionization potentials via Koopmans' theorem.
In this case, the term eigenvector is used in a somewhat more general meaning, since the Fock operator is explicitly dependent on the orbitals and their eigenvalues. Thus, if one wants to underline this aspect, one speaks of nonlinear eigenvalue problems.
Such equations are usually solved by an iteration procedure, called in this case self-consistent field method. In quantum chemistry , one often represents the Hartree—Fock equation in a non- orthogonal basis set. This particular representation is a generalized eigenvalue problem called Roothaan equations. In geology , especially in the study of glacial till , eigenvectors and eigenvalues are used as a method by which a mass of information of a clast fabric's constituents' orientation and dip can be summarized in a 3-D space by six numbers.
In the field, a geologist may collect such data for hundreds or thousands of clasts in a soil sample, which can only be compared graphically such as in a Tri-Plot Sneed and Folk diagram,   or as a Stereonet on a Wulff Net.
The output for the orientation tensor is in the three orthogonal perpendicular axes of space. Dip is measured as the eigenvalue, the modulus of the tensor: The eigendecomposition of a symmetric positive semidefinite PSD matrix yields an orthogonal basis of eigenvectors, each of which has a nonnegative eigenvalue.
The orthogonal decomposition of a PSD matrix is used in multivariate analysis , where the sample covariance matrices are PSD. This orthogonal decomposition is called principal components analysis PCA in statistics. PCA studies linear relations among variables. PCA is performed on the covariance matrix or the correlation matrix in which each variable is scaled to have its sample variance equal to one. For the covariance or correlation matrix, the eigenvectors correspond to principal components and the eigenvalues to the variance explained by the principal components.
Principal component analysis of the correlation matrix provides an orthonormal eigen-basis for the space of the observed data: In this basis, the largest eigenvalues correspond to the principal components that are associated with most of the covariability among a number of observed data.
Principal component analysis is used to study large data sets , such as those encountered in bioinformatics , data mining , chemical research , psychology , and in marketing. PCA is popular especially in psychology, in the field of psychometrics. In Q methodology , the eigenvalues of the correlation matrix determine the Q-methodologist's judgment of practical significance which differs from the statistical significance of hypothesis testing ; cf. More generally, principal component analysis can be used as a method of factor analysis in structural equation modeling.
Eigenvalue problems occur naturally in the vibration analysis of mechanical structures with many degrees of freedom.
The eigenvalues are the natural frequencies or eigenfrequencies of vibration, and the eigenvectors are the shapes of these vibrational modes. In particular, undamped vibration is governed by. Admissible solutions are then a linear combination of solutions to the generalized eigenvalue problem.
Furthermore, damped vibration , governed by. This can be reduced to a generalized eigenvalue problem by algebraic manipulation at the cost of solving a larger system. The orthogonality properties of the eigenvectors allows decoupling of the differential equations so that the system can be represented as linear summation of the eigenvectors. The eigenvalue problem of complex structures is often solved using finite element analysis , but neatly generalize the solution to scalar-valued vibration problems.
In image processing , processed images of faces can be seen as vectors whose components are the brightnesses of each pixel.
The eigenvectors of the covariance matrix associated with a large set of normalized pictures of faces are called eigenfaces ; this is an example of principal component analysis. They are very useful for expressing any face image as a linear combination of some of them.
In the facial recognition branch of biometrics , eigenfaces provide a means of applying data compression to faces for identification purposes. Research related to eigen vision systems determining hand gestures has also been made. Similar to this concept, eigenvoices represent the general direction of variability in human pronunciations of a particular utterance, such as a word in a language. Based on a linear combination of such eigenvoices, a new voice pronunciation of the word can be constructed.
These concepts have been found useful in automatic speech recognition systems for speaker adaptation. In mechanics , the eigenvectors of the moment of inertia tensor define the principal axes of a rigid body. The tensor of moment of inertia is a key quantity required to determine the rotation of a rigid body around its center of mass.
In solid mechanics , the stress tensor is symmetric and so can be decomposed into a diagonal tensor with the eigenvalues on the diagonal and eigenvectors as a basis.
Because it is diagonal, in this orientation, the stress tensor has no shear components; the components it does have are the principal components. The first principal eigenvector of the graph is also referred to merely as the principal eigenvector. The principal eigenvector is used to measure the centrality of its vertices. An example is Google 's PageRank algorithm. The principal eigenvector of a modified adjacency matrix of the World Wide Web graph gives the page ranks as its components.
This vector corresponds to the stationary distribution of the Markov chain represented by the row-normalized adjacency matrix; however, the adjacency matrix must first be modified to ensure a stationary distribution exists. The second smallest eigenvector can be used to partition the graph into clusters, via spectral clustering. Other methods are also available for clustering.
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The vectors in red are not parallel to either eigenvector, so, their directions are changed by the transformation. The blue vectors after the transformation are three times the length of the original their eigenvalue is 3 , while the lengths of the purple vectors are unchanged reflecting an eigenvalue of 1. An extended version, showing all four quadrants. Positive semidefinite matrix and Factor analysis. In , Leonhard Euler proved that any body has a principal axis of rotation: Whatever be the shape of the body, one can always assign to it such an axis, which passes through its center of gravity, around which it can rotate freely and with a uniform motion.
In , Johann Andreas Segner proved that any body has three principal axes of rotation: At the beginning of Act 2, Herrmann, now at home, tells Eveline of the agreement.
In fact, this is her scheme to get Herrmann out of the house so that she can meet with Willburg. She then prepares her trap for Herrmann, convincing him to sign a written release from the requirement that he must approve her marriage, so that it will appear she has chosen to marry Herrmann of her own free will.
She also manipulates him into promising to give Karl a year. Unsigned engraved frontispiece from the Jahn edition Vienna But Plumper, who has come for his receipt, insists on seeing the squirrel and opens the door to the Kamin.
With Willburg again in hiding, Eveline and her maid claim that the cry was because the squirrel escaped. This brings us to the beginning of Act 5, and the scene that refers to Mozart. Charlotte checks with Hannchen to make sure that she has left the back door unbolted so that Karl will be able to get in and use the key to the closet. Will she join him? Thus begins the episode transcribed at the top of this page. The piano is terribly out of tune, she says.
The final scene begins with the arrival of Herrmann and Plumper. Herrmann still believes that Eveline wants to marry him, but she now springs her trap: Herrmann goes off grumbling about a conspiracy. The play ends with Plumper breaking the fourth wall, probably a relative novelty for Burgtheater audiences at the time.
Perpetually nosy, he first begins to follow after Herrmann to see where he is going, but before leaving the stage, turns to the audience and asks: Sir Jealous asks her to join him, but she will not. He asks for a song instead no specific song or composer are mentioned.
She replies that she has a cold, and can scarcely speak, much less sing. In that case, says Sir Jealous, she can play upon the spinet while her maid Patch sings. Jünger had keen theatrical instincts, with an emphasis on the forward momentum of action and plot. After explaining to Brockmann that he has been to Mozart several times to ask him to compose a short piece for Er mengt sich in Alles , he continues: Mein neues Stück, er mengt sich in alles , sollte, wie mir verschiedenen Leute sagen, das erste mahl ausgepfiffen werden.
Es ging aber, bis auf einiges Zischen, als es wieder animirt wurde, ganz gut ab. Otherwise everything is peaceful and quiet with the company. My new play, Er mengt sich in Alles , was, as various people told me, supposed to be booed at the first performance. However, apart from a few hisses, after things carried on, it came off quite well. Burgtheater, receipts for the week of 20—26 Aug Österreichisches Theatermuseum, M ; photo: More notable for Jünger was the presence at the second performance of Empress Maria Luisa, along with one of her daughters: Auch diese war wieder da.
She also came again. The Empress herself was soon to leave for Prague: Il matrimonio segreto Kärntnertortheater , 12 Feb Er mengt sich in Alles was also given twice in Prague by the company of Franz Seconda during the festivities surrounding the coronation, both times in the theater of Count Thun: At any rate, he was probably the conduit for the copy of the play used for the performances in Prague.
Tagebuch der böhmischen Königskrönung , 8. Stück, 31 Aug , Could Mozart have attended a performance of Er mengt sich in Alles? We do not know exactly when Mozart left for Prague, only that he arrived on 28 Aug Dokumente , But the journey from Vienna to Prague could be made in as little as two days, if one was in a hurry. Mozart, under severe time pressure to complete La clemenza di Tito , would have been in a hurry, and would probably have wanted to spend as little time on the road as possible, given that bouncing and bumping coaches were not ideal places for writing down music.
Thus it seems possible that Mozart would still have been in Vienna on the day of the premiere of Er mengt sich in Alles , 23 Aug. But given the looming deadline for the opera, it seems unlikely that he would have attended the play even if he was still in town.
Theoretically, he could also have attended the performance of Er mengt sich in Alles in Prague on 31 Aug, but again one suspects, given the imminent premiere of his opera, that he probably did not. If this is correct, it shows that the reference to Mozart was already included in the script of Er mengt sich in Alles at the premiere in At present, we have no way of knowing when or whether this cut was actually in force for any particular performances of the play.
Although it seems quite unlikely that the cut dates from the original production, we cannot entirely rule out the possibility that it does. But if it was eventually decided that a piece by Mozart should be played in that scene, it would presumably have made sense to choose one that the audience was likely to know.
This would not have been the case if Charlotte had performed a brand new, unpublished piece by Mozart. If Mozart had composed something brand new for Er mengt sich in Alles , it would have made sense to advertise the fact, but there is no known evidence of any such advertisement on the posters or anywhere else.
However, this caveat does not apply to K. Given the date of the premiere, it is notable that copyist Laurenz Lausch first advertised manuscript copies of K. Er mengt sich in Alles. Humoristisch-satirisches Zeitschrift , title page of first issue, 3 May The play was still occasionally done even later in the nineteenth century. For example, an amateur group, the Liebhaber Theater Gesellschaft Liptingen which still exists , asked for permission from the local police in Liptingen to give performances of Er mengt sich in Alles in early , its inaugural season: Do wsseho se plete Er mengt sich in Alles , , title page.
Do wsseho se plete Er mengt sich in Alles , , 68 extract. Perhaps the most significant aspect of our discovery, however, is simply that Jünger and Brockmann had the idea in the first place. Topical references to local composers seem to have been exceedingly rare in stage works mounted in Vienna at that time: It is also notable that Jünger and Brockmann asked Mozart rather than someone else; they did not, so far as we know, approach other local composers known for their keyboard works, such as Kozeluch, Vanhal, or Hoffmeister.