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    • INTERPRETING ELECTRON TEMPERATURE CHANGES IN THE LOWER IONOSPHERE 

      COCO, DAVID STEPHEN (1981)
      The electron temperature changes due to 3, 5 and 430 MHz radio wave heating in the lower ionosphere are measured using incoherent scatter diagnostic techniques and are also calculated from heating/cooling theory. The ...
    • Interpreting Multiple Linear Regression: A Guidebook of Variable Importance 

      Nathans, Laura L.; Oswald, Frederick L.; Nimon, Kim (2012-04)
      Multiple regression (MR) analyses are commonly employed in social science fields. It is also common for interpretation of results to typically reflect overreliance on beta weights (cf. Courville & Thompson, 2001; Nimon, ...
    • Interpreting T-Cell Cross-reactivity through Structure: Implications for TCR-Based Cancer Immunotherapy 

      Antunes, Dinler A.; Rigo, Maurício M.; Freitas, Martiela V.; Mendes, Marcus F.A.; Sinigaglia, Marialva; Lizée, Gregory; Kavraki, Lydia E.; Selin, Liisa K.; Cornberg, Markus; Vieira, Gustavo F. (2017)
      Immunotherapy has become one of the most promising avenues for cancer treatment, making use of the patient’s own immune system to eliminate cancer cells. Clinical trials with T-cell-based immunotherapies have shown dramatic ...
    • Interprocedural array side effect analysis 

      Tsalapatas, Hariklia Aris (1994)
      In the absence of better information worst case assumptions must be made for the side effects of calls on arrays. Interprocedural array side effect analysis computes the side effects of calls on array variables. The results ...
    • Interprocedural constant propagation: A study of jump function implementations 

      Grove, Daniel Dwight (1993)
      Procedure calls have long been recognized as an impediment to performance in compiled code. This happens because procedure calls hide information from the compiler. Interprocedural constant propagation attempts to discover ...
    • INTERPROCEDURAL DATA FLOW ANALYSIS IN A PROGRAMMING ENVIRONMENT 

      COOPER, KEITH DANIEL (1983)
      This thesis examines three problems arising in the construction of an ambitious optimizing compiler based in a programming environment. The specific problems discussed are the analysis of aliasing patterns, computation of ...
    • Interprocedural Pointer Analysis for C 

      Lu, John (1998-05-20)
      Many powerful code optimization techniques rely on accurate information connecting the definitions and uses of values in a program. This information is difficult to produce for programs written with pointer-based languages ...
    • Interprocedural pointer analysis for C 

      Lu, John Meng-Yang (1998)
      Many powerful code optimization techniques rely on accurate information connecting the definitions and uses of values in a program. This information is difficult to produce for programs written with pointer-based languages ...
    • Interprocedural Strength Reduction of Critical Sections in Explicitly-Parallel Programs 

      Barik, Rajkishore; Sarkar, Vivek; Zhao, Jisheng (2013-05-01)
      In this paper, we introduce novel compiler optimization techniques to reduce the number of operations performed in critical sections that occur in explicitly-parallel programs. Specifically, we focus on three code ...
    • Interprocedural Symbolic Analysis 

      Havlak, Paul (1994-05)
      Compiling for efficient execution on advanced computer architectures requires extensive program analysis and transformation. Most compilers limit their analysis to simple phenomena within single procedures, limiting effective ...
    • Interprocedural symbolic analysis 

      Havlak, Paul Howard (1995)
      Compiling for efficient execution on advanced computer architectures requires extensive program analysis and transformation. Most compilers limit their analysis to simple phenomena within single procedures, limiting effective ...
    • Interracial Friendships in the US: A Better Understanding of Presence and Variation 

      Essenburg, Laura (2015-01-23)
      Objective. Previous studies have examined interracial friendships, typically within educational settings, in relation to racial prejudice without taking in to account the formation of interracial friendship. I address the ...
    • Interrogating the topological robustness of gene regulatory circuits by randomization 

      Huang, Bin; Lu, Mingyang; Jia, Dongya; Ben-Jacob, Eshel; Levine, Herbert; Onuchic, José N. (2017)
      One of the most important roles of cells is performing their cellular tasks properly for survival. Cells usually achieve robust functionality, for example, cell-fate decision-making and signal transduction, through multiple ...
    • Interrogative particles in Nakh-Daghestanian languages 

      Forker, Diana (2013-11)
      This paper offers an analysis of interrogative particles in Nakh-Daghestanian languages, covering form, function and position of these particles in a wide range of languages. I show which particles occur in various question ...
    • Interruptions 

      Namir, Florie (2007)
      The meaning of the title Interruptions derives from a procedure in which musical ideas are interrupted throughout the work. The piece begins with a drone in the lower strings. Over this drone interruptions occur, first in ...
    • Interspecies characterization and tissue engineering of the temporomandibular joint disc 

      Kalpakei, Kerem Nathan (2010)
      Disorders of the temporomandibular joint (TMJ) are widespread, afflicting millions of people. The majority of these cases involve displacement or injury to the TMJ disc. Current treatments do not fully address severe cases ...
    • Intersubband transitions in narrow indium arsenide/aluminum antimide quantum wells 

      Larrabee, Diane (2004)
      Intersubband resonances in InAs/AlSb are an ideal tool for optically pumped terahertz (THz) generation because of their enormous tunability and their strength at room temperature. We have carried out a systematic ...
    • Intersymbol interference equalization by universal likelihood 

      Kelly, Owen Ernest (1997)
      Codelength based inference is used to decode binary symbols distorted by an inter-symbol interference (ISI) channel with additive noise. The transmitted signals are antipodal waveforms constructed from $\pm$1 valued signature ...
    • Intertemporal arbitrage, speculative balances, and the liquidity effect 

      Fortowsky, Elaine Barbara (1998)
      This thesis explores money manager intertemporal arbitrage as an explanation of the liquidity effect. We develop a theoretical model of optimal portfolio adjustment by professional money managers, and show that they engage ...
    • Interval exchange transformations: Applications of Keane's construction and disjointness 

      Chaika, Jon (2010)
      This thesis is divided into two parts. The first part uses a family of Interval Exchange Transformations constructed by Michael Keane to show that IETs can have some particular behavior including: (1) IETs can be topologically ...