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• #### Habanero-Scala: A Hybrid Programming model integrating Fork/Join and Actor models ﻿

(2013-07-24)
This study presents a hybrid concurrent programming model combining the previously developed Fork-Join model (FJM) and Actor model (AM). With the advent of multi-core computers, there is a renewed interest in programming ...
• #### Hafa nu ond geheald husa selest: Jurisdiction and justice in "Beowulf" ﻿

(1992)
Anglo-Saxon legal concepts, particularly the principles of feud and dispute resolution, have a demonstrable influence on the themes and narrative structure of Beowulf. Beowulf's three main monster fights, with Grendel, ...
• #### Halcyon Nights ﻿

(1998)
Halcyon Nights is a one-movement piece for orchestra, ca. 9$\sp\prime$, in five-part arch-form with two inserted sections: A B C B$\rm\sp\prime\ \langle fugue\rangle\ A\sp\prime\ \langle coda\rangle$. The piece opens with ...
• #### Hall Effect and Magneto Optical MFL Sensing ﻿

(2013-11-19)
The need for a reliable sensing tool has stimulated countless researchers to develop techniques trying to extract maximum information. In the field of nondestructive testing (NDT), various sensors have been established to ...

(1973)
• #### Hamilton Prioleau Bee ﻿

(1972)
This thesis is a study of Hamilton P. Bee and his role in the American Civil War. Bee was first a Texas brigadier general, in charge of a state militia district, and then a Confederate brigadier general, in command of the ...
• #### Hamiltonian theory and stochastic simulation methods for radiation belt dynamics ﻿

(2009)
This thesis describes theoretical studies of adiabatic motion of relativistic charged particles in the radiation belts and numerical modeling of multi-dimensional diffusion due to interactions between electrons and plasma ...

(1966)

(1968)
• #### Haplotype block and genetic association ﻿

(2006)
The recently identified (Daly et al. 2001 and Patil et al. 2001) block-like structure in the human genome has attracted much attention since each haplotype block contains limited sequence variation, which can reduce the ...
• #### Hard Core Urbanism: Urban planning at Potsdamer Platz in Berlin after the German reunification ﻿

(1996)
Hard Core Urbanism is the tendency to produce corporate enclaves within the fluid city. The garrison mentality denies the complex and interwoven processes exemplified by the history of Potsdamer Platz. Breaking the ...

(1972)

(1978)
• #### Harmonic diffeomorphisms between manifolds with bounded curvature ﻿

(1991)
Let compact n-dimensional Riemannian manifolds $(M,g),\ (\widehat M,\ g)$ a diffeomorphism $u\sb0: M\to \widehat M,$ and a constant $p > n$ be given. Then sufficiently small $L\sp{p}$ bounds on the curvature of \$\widehat ...

(1969)
• #### Harmonic maps and the geometry of Teichmuller space ﻿

(2004)
In this thesis work, we investigate the asymptotic behavior of the sectional curvatures of the Weil-Petersson metric on Teichmuller space. It is known that the sectional curvatures are negative. Our method is to investigate ...
• #### Harmonic maps of trivalent trees ﻿

(1991)
This thesis is a study of harmonic maps of trivalent trees into Euclidean space. The existence of such maps is established, and uniqueness is shown to hold up to a certain isotopy condition. Moreover, within its particular ...
• #### Harmonic maps, heat flows, currents and singular spaces ﻿

(1995)
This thesis studies some problems in geometry and analysis with techniques developed from non-linear partial differential equations, variational calculus, geometric measure theory and topology. It consists of three independent ...
• #### Harmonic Wavelets Procedures and Wiener Path and Integral Methods for Response Determination and Reliability Assessment of Nonlinear Systems/Structures ﻿

(2011)
In this thesis a novel approximate/analytical approach based on the concepts of stochastic averaging and of statistical linearization is developed for the response determination of nonlinear/hysteretic multi-degree-of-freedom ...
• #### Harnessing cell response to substrate rigidity for tissue engineering applications using novel substrates with patterned elasticity ﻿

(2010)
Cell response to substrate rigidity is an emerging field with implications in processes ranging from embryological development to the pathogenesis of disease states such as cancer or fibrosis, in which changes in tissue ...