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    • Father Cottet 

      Ritsert (1906)
      A man in a black priest's cassock.
    • "Father Nile" 

      Ramsthal, August (1878)
      A statue of a bearded man reclining as small children climb over him, symbolizing the Nile River.
    • The Father of the Cats, with the Caravan of Pilgrims 

      Gentz, Wilhelm (1878)
      Stylized depiction of the Father of Cats, riding a camel with saddlebags full of cats, and a crowd of pilgrims following him.
    • FATIGUE DAMAGE IN A WC-NICKEL CEMENTED CARBIDE COMPOSITE 

      DRAKE, ERIC F. (1980)
      A model WC-Ni cemented carbide was designed to investigate the response of this type of composite to compressive cyclic loading. The material's monotonic stress-strain behavior was studied in the compressive range, revealing ...
    • Fatigue in Parkinson's disease: report from a mutidisciplinary symposium 

      Friedman, Joseph H.; Beck, James C.; Chou, Kelvin L.; Clark, Gracia; Fagundes, Christopher P.; Goetz, Christopher G.; Herlofson, Karen; Kluger, Benzi; Krupp, Lauren B.; Lang, Anthony E.; Lou, Jao-Shin; Marsh, Laura; Newbould, Anne; Weintraub, Daniel (2016)
      Fatigue is a severe problem for many people living with Parkinson's disease (PD). Best estimates suggest that more than 50% of patients experience this debilitating symptom. Little is known about its etiology or treatment, ...
    • Fatima 

      Richter, Gustav (1878)
      Portrait of an Egyptian woman with heavy robes and a matching ornamented headwrap.
    • Fatou's theorem 

      Mandelbrojt, Szolem, 1899- (1927-10)
    • FAULT ANALYSIS OF LINEAR TIME-INVARIANT NETWORKS 

      EADS, WILLIAM DONOVAN (1970)
    • Fault Detection and Fault Tolerance in Robotics 

      Visinsky, Monica L.; Walker, Ian D.; Cavallaro, Joseph R. (1991-07-01)
      Robots are used in inaccessible or hazardous environments in order to alleviate some of the time, cost and risk involved in preparing men to endure these conditions. In order to perform their expected tasks, the robots ...
    • Fault Detection and Fault Tolerance Methods for Robotics 

      Visinsky, Monica L. (1991-12-20)
      Fault tolerance is increasingly important in modern autonomous or industrial robots. The ability to detect and tolerate failures allows robots to effectively cope with internal failures and continue performing designated ...
    • Fault detection and fault tolerance methods for robotics 

      Visinsky, Monica Lynn (1992)
      Fault tolerance is increasingly important in modern autonomous or industrial robots. The ability to detect and tolerate failures allows robots to effectively cope with internal failures and continue performing designated ...
    • Fault detection in full adder cellular arrays 

      Thakur, Sarvajit (1970)
      This thesis illustrates the usefulness of the full adder as the elementary cell for designing cellular arrays for arithmetic. It Is shown that basic arithmetic operations, number system conversion, matrix operations and ...
    • Fault detection in linear sequential circuits 

      Petrovic, Aleksa Sime (1969)
      This thesis is concerned with the detection of non-transient faults in digital networks. A procedure for detection of faults in a simple controllable Linear Sequential Circuit (LSC) over GF(2) is developed. The following ...
    • Fault Residual Generation via Nonlinear Analytical Redundancy 

      Leuschen, Martin L.; Walker, Ian D.; Cavallaro, Joseph R. (2005-05-01)
      Fault detection is critical in many applications, and analytical redundancy (AR) has been the key underlying tool for many approaches to fault detection. However, the conventional AR approach is formally limited to linear ...
    • Fault Tolerant Algorithms and Architectures for Robotics 

      Hamilton, D. L.; Visinsky, Monica L.; Bennett, J. K.; Cavallaro, Joseph R.; Walker, Ian D. (1994-04-01)
      As robot tasks in space, nuclear, and medical environments become more widespread, the issues of reliability and safety for robots are becoming more critical. Attempts to address these issues have resulted in a a recent ...
    • Fault-Tolerant VLSI Processor Array for the SVD 

      Cavallaro, Joseph R.; Near, Christopher D.; Uyar, M. Umit (1989-10-01)
      Dynamic reconfiguration techniques are presented for a two-dimensional systolic array for the SVD of a matrix. Extra computation time is not required, since idle time inherent in the array is exploited. The scheme does not ...
    • Faults Found In Faubusites 

      Barber, Phil (1958-12-19)
    • Faulty Writing Mars Fine Acting At Arts Museum 

      Hochman, Joel (1962-02-09)
    • Faust and Fust: A case of mistaken identities 

      Broekhuizen, John S (1967)
      This thesis explores the confusion of the book printer Fust with the semi-legendary figure Dr. Johann Faustus. The primary prupose has been to show the development of this confusion prior to the publication of Friedrick ...