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    • MOCVD growth of p-doped thin-film zinc selenide 

      Borthakur, Apolak (1994)
      Zinc Selenide (ZnSe) is a II-VI semiconductor with a band gap of 2.67 eV. The large bandgap makes it a promising material for the development of blue-green electro-optic devices and for the improvement of the storage density ...
    • MODE OF ACTION OF THYROCALCITONIN 

      KLEIN, DAVID CHARLES (1968)
    • Model development for a highly sloped, limestone watershed to be used in a radar-based flood alert system 

      Williford, Erin E. (2005)
      Flood Warning Systems are not a new commodity to the hydrologic world, however, the advancements in GIS data, hydrologic modeling tools, NEXRAD, and internet capabilities have allowed for improvements in flood prediction. ...
    • Model of intracellular calcium concentration changes in bovine aortic endothelial cells 

      Bartels, Annemarie Benard (1997)
      The endothelium is a monolayer of cells which lines the inside of blood vessels. It responds to several different kinds of agonists by increasing the cytoplasmic concentration of calcium ions $(\lbrack Ca\sp{2+}\rbrack\sb{c}).$ ...
    • MODEL OF SOLAR-WIND MAGNETOSPHERE COUPLING 

      TOFFOLETTO, FRANK ROCCO (1987)
      The control of the strength and pattern of magnetospheric convection by the interplanetary magnetic field (IMF) is well established. This control is widely interpreted as evidence for magnetic interconnection between the ...
    • Model of superthermal ions in the dayside Venus ionosphere 

      Kramer, Leonard (1993)
      A model is presented which simulates the behavior of superthermal ions previously reported in the dayside ionosphere of Venus. The model considers effects of E $\times$ B and gradient drifts, charge exchange and collisions ...
    • Model of superthermal ions in the postshock flow field at Venus 

      Kramer, Leonard (1992)
      The role of the superthermal ions in the dayside postshock ionospheric flow field at Venus is investigated in a 2-D model by integrating the equation of motion of a superthermal population of O$\sp+$ test particles and ...
    • Model of Venus ionopause formation 

      Matney, Mark John (1992)
      A model is presented that simulates the physics of the Venus mantle plasma. A modified magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) fluid picture is assumed where the post-shock solar wind plasma is mass-loaded by photoionizations and other ...
    • Model reduction of large spiking neurons 

      Kellems, Anthony Richard (2010)
      This thesis introduces and applies model reduction techniques to problems associated with simulation of realistic single neurons. Neurons have complicated dendritic structures and spatially-distributed ionic kinetics that ...
    • Model reduction of second order linear dynamical systems 

      Teng, Cong (2005)
      In this thesis, we propose several algorithms for model reduction of second order dynamical systems. These various projection methods are based on singular value decomposition, Krylov projection, and balanced truncation. ...
    • Model validation and consistency 

      Gugercin, Serkan (2000)
      This thesis addresses model validation, important in robust control system modeling, for the identification method developed by Antoulas. Given a system model, the problem is to assess whether the model is consistent with ...
    • Model-Based Acquisition for Compressive Sensing & Imaging 

      Li, Yun (2013-09-16)
      Compressive sensing (CS) is a novel imaging technology based on the inherent redundancy of natural scenes. The minimum number of required measurements which defines the maximum image compression rate is lower-bounded by ...
    • Model-based clustering for multivariate time series of counts 

      Thomas, Sarah Julia (2010)
      This dissertation develops a modeling framework for univariate and multivariate zero-inflated time series of counts and applies the models in a clustering scheme to identify groups of count series with similar behavior. ...
    • Modeling a Reversed β-oxidation Cycle Into the Genome Scale Model of Zymomonas mobilis 

      Dash, Satyakam (2013-09-16)
      This study proposes simulations which present optimized methods for producing fatty acids, fatty alcohols and alkanes using Zymomonas mobilis bacterium by the energy efficient β-oxidation reversal pathway, an eco-friendly ...
    • Modeling an algebraic stepper 

      Clements, John Brinckerhoff (2001)
      Programmers rely on the correctness of their tools. Semanticists have long studied the correctness of compilers, but we make the case that other tools deserve semantic models, too, and that using these models can help in ...
    • Modeling and Analysis of an In-line Pump Jet Thruster for Swimming Robots 

      Kirmizi, Mehmet (2015-04-24)
      Nowadays, underwater robots play a significant role in many aspects of industry such as mine hunting, sea floor mapping, sub-sea pipeline construction and pipe surveys. Ever increasing demand on better control systems of ...
    • Modeling and analyzing fractal point processes 

      Kumar, Anand Ramachandran (1990)
      The temporal pattern of the action potential discharges of auditory nerve fibers have been presumed to be random in nature and well described as a renewal process. Recently, we observed that the discharges were characterized ...
    • Modeling and control of closed kinematic chains: A singular perturbation approach 

      Wang, Zhiyong (2005)
      Closed kinematic chains (CKCs) are constrained multibody systems that contain closed kinematic loops. Nowadays, CKCs are used in a variety of applications ranging from flight simulators to medical instruments, and are ...
    • Modeling and control of nonlinear transmission attributes in harmonic drive systems 

      Gandhi, Prasanna Subhash (2001)
      Harmonic drives are special flexible gear systems widely used in space robots, the semiconductor industry, precision measuring devices, and military applications because of their advantages including near-zero backlash, ...