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    • Asteroseismology of RXJ 2117+3412, the hottest pulsating PG 1159 star 

      Vauclair, G.; Moskalik, Paweł A.; Pfeiffer, Burkhard R K; Chevreton, M.; Dolez, Noël; Serre, B.; Kleinman, Scot J.; Barstow, Martin A.; Sansom, Anne E.; Wood, Matt A. (2002-01)
      The pulsating PG 1159 planetary nebula central star RXJ 2117+3412 has been observed over three successive seasons of a multisite photometric campaign. The asteroseismological analysis of the data, based on the 37 identified ...
    • Asteroseismology of the PG 1159 star PG 0122+200 

      Fu, Jianning; Vauclair, Gérard P.; Solheim, Jan Erik; Chevreton, M.; Dolez, Noël; O'Brien, Marlea Sean; Kim, Seunglee; Park, Byung Gook; Handler, Gerald; Wood, Matt A. (2007-05)
      Context. The variable pre-white dwarf PG 1159 stars (GW Vir) are g-mode non-radial pulsators. Asteroseismology puts strong constraints on their global parameters and internal structure. PG 0122+200 defines the red edge of ...
    • Asymptotic Analysis of the Structure of a Steady Planar Detonation: Review and Extension 

      Bush, William B.; Krishnamurthy, L. (1999)
      The structure of a steady planar Chapman-Jouguet detonation, which is supported by a direct first-order one-step irreversible exothermic unimolecular reaction, subject to Arrhenius kinetics, is examined. Solutions are ...
    • Asymptotic Optimality of Experimental Designs in Estimating a Product of Means 

      Rekab, Kamel (1990)
      In nonlinear estimation problems with linear models, one difficulty in obtaining optimal designs is their dependence on the true value of the unknown parameters. A Bayesian approach is adopted with the assumption the means ...
    • Asymptotic Optimality of Sequential Designs for Estimation 

      Rekab, Kamel (1995-11-05)
      This paper is concerned with the problem of allocating a fixed number of trials between K independent populations from the exponential family, in order to estimate a linear combination of the means with squared error loss. ...
    • Asymptotically linear solutions for some linear fractional differential equations 

      Bleanu, Dumitru; Mustafa, Octavian G.; Agarwal, Ravi P. (2010-11)
      We establish here that under some simple restrictions on the functional coefficient at the fractional differential equation 0Dα t tx − x x0 at x 0,t> 0, has a solution expressible as ct d o1 for t → ∞, ...
    • Athlete recruiting 

      Wasserman, Oz; Altheiab, Abdullah
      Many athletes from all around the world have a desire to continue their athletic careers in a collegiate environment after high school. In order to do so, prospective student-athletes frequently need to go through a long, ...
    • Attenuation and bit error rate for four co-propagating spatially multiplexed optical communication channels of exactly same wavelength in step index multimode fibers 

      Murshid, Syed H.; Chakravarty, Abhijit (2011-05-04)
      Spatial domain multiplexing (SDM) utilizes co-propagation of exactly the same wavelength in optical fibers to increase the bandwidth by integer multiples. Input signals from multiple independent single mode pigtail laser ...
    • Attitudes and Perceived Legitimacy of Police: Crises, Responses, and How Race Influences Perceptions 

      Bonaci, Brigitte (2017-12)
      Public relations is a strategic field because an organization may need to structure a message with the intent of persuading the public and making it respond to a crisis and a message in a certain way. This study will ...
    • An Authentication Framework For Wearable Devices 

      Alharbi, Abdullah (2018-07)
      The popularity of wearable devices (WDs) has been growing rapidly in recent years because of the convenience they add to users lives. Although WDs may be considered an extension of mobile computing devices (e.g., ...
    • Authorship is continuous: detecting plagiarism in student code assignments with version control 

      Koss, Ian Mathias (2012-06)
      In academia, the conflict between plagiarist and instructor is reaching a crescendo. The increasing availability of source material available from the Internet, either for free or for hire, is met by the increasing ...
    • Automated alignment by hybrid video and 3-D video moiré with both conventional and parallel processing 

      Garita, Barbara; Gutiérrez, Hector Martin; László, Ildikó; Blatt, Joel H. (2001-02-12)
      A problem common to automated assembly in manufacturing or in automated docking of spacecraft is angular and lateral alignment of components. A hybrid video system utilizing both conventional imaging and 3-D video moiré ...
    • An automated Oracle for verifying GUI objects 

      Takahashi, Juichi (2003-06-08)
      The promise of test automation - the automatic application of software inputs to find bugs - is tempered by the difficulty of automatically verifying behavior. Indeed, the lack of tools for behavior verification is a major ...
    • Automated Software for the Detection of Bolide Events 

      Botella, Elena (2018-05)
      The proper detection and analysis of bolide events ensures that we will once day be prepared for a big, catastrophic impact by a meteor. The data obtained from the analysis of these detected smaller events will provide ...
    • Automatic Anuran Species Recognition via Vocalization 

      Smart, Katrina (2018-12)
      Species recognition of Anuran vocalization is an important problem in ecology, which is costly and time consuming. Recently, biologists have turned to machine learning techniques to automate the process. An automated ...
    • Automatic Speech Recognition Adaptation for Various Noise Levels 

      Abdulaziz, Azhar Sabah (2018-05)
      The automatic speech recognition (ASR) is a set of complicated algorithms that convert the intended spoken utterance into a textual form. Acoustic features, which are extracted from the speech signal, are matched against ...
    • Autonomous Camera Drone 

      Agbayekhai, Martins; Caro, Ernesto
      The autonomous quadcopter drone follows a user carrying a GPS beacon and provides HD-quality video from above. The goal is to provide an aerial recording for an outdoor sports/adventure enthusiast, without any piloting ...
    • Autonomous Luggage Transportation System (ALTS) 

      Eierle, Alexander; Hagans, Jeffrey; Jones, Bradley; Kepinski, Paul; Kuang, Haoyan; Le, Max; Mohamed, Mo; Voigtlander, Eric
      The objective is the design and development of a Renewable/Sustainable Unmanned Baggage Buggy System for use within the Melbourne Airport. This buggy system will be capable of supporting baggage acquisition, travel, and ...
    • Azimuthal anisotropy of charged particles at high transverse momenta in Pb-Pb collisions at √s <inf>NN</inf>=2.76TeV 

      Baarmand, Marc M.; Dorney, B.; Hohlmann, Marcus; Kalakhety, H.; Vodopiyanov, Igor B.; Wolfgang, Adam; Tumasyan, A. R.; Sirunyan, A. M.; Khachatryan, Vardan; Chatrchyan, S. A. (2012-07-10)
      The azimuthal anisotropy of charged particles in Pb-Pb collisions at ffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffi sNN p ¼ 2:76 TeV is measured with the CMS detector at the LHC over an extended transverse momentum (pT) range up to approximately 60 ...
    • Azimuthal anisotropy of charged particles with transverse momentum up to 100 GeV/c in PbPb collisions at sNN=5.02 TeV 

      Sirunyan, A. M.; Tumasyan, A.; Adam, W.; Baarmand, M. M.; Bhopatkar, Vallary; Colafranceschi, S.; Hohlmann, M.; Noonan, D.; Roy, T.; Yumiceva, F. (2018-01-10)
      The Fourier coefficients v2 and v3 characterizing the anisotropy of the azimuthal distribution of charged particles produced in PbPb collisions at sNN=5.02 TeV are measured with data collected by the CMS experiment. The ...