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    • Data Sharing Practices of Agricultural Researchers and Their Implications for the Land-Grant University Mission 

      Eaker, Christopher; Fernandez, Peter; Davis, Miriam; Swauger, Shea (2014-05-07)
      Since passage of the Morrill Acts of 1862 and 1890 and the subsequent Hatch Act of 1887 and Smith-Lever Act of 1914, land-grant universities have conducted basic and applied research in agricultural sciences and disseminated ...
    • The Data Structure Accelerator Architecture 

      Zippel, Richard (Cornell University, 1991-12)
      We present a fine grained, massively parallel SIMD architecture called the data structure accelerator and demonstrate its use in a number of problems in computational geometry. This architecture is extremely dense and ...
    • Data Types for Very High Level Programming Languages 

      Gehani, Narain (Cornell University, 1975-08)
      Very high level programming languages (higher than PL/I, Algol 60, etc.) attempt to free the programmer from providing details and let him concentrate on the algorithm for the problem at hand. The importance of very high ...
    • Data Visualization for Use in Website Design 

      Schultz, Eric R.; Fiduccia, Peter C. (2016-05)
      Increasingly complicated data are being translated by organizations and individuals for consumption by the general public. As technologies have grown more advanced, visualizing data has become an increasingly popular means ...
    • Data Visualization: What Your Data Can Tell You and Your Patrons [POSTER] 

      Carrillo, Erin; Ruenger-Hanson, Jean (2016-04)
      Data visualization is increasingly accessible. Free web tools make it easier to use the data that libraries and academic institutions already collect to assess and inform services, and tell our stories to users. Our library ...
    • A Data-Acquisition Model for Learning and Cognitive Development and Its Implications for Autism 

      Lotem, Arnon; Halpern, Joseph Y. (2008-03-19)
      A data-driven model of learning is proposed, where a network of nodes and links is constructed that represents what has been heard and observed. Autism is viewed as the consequence of a disorder in the data-acquisit ...
    • Data-Driven Gibbs Sampling - First Draft 

      Casella, George; Cornell University. Biometrics Unit.; Cornell University. Dept. of Biometrics.; Cornell University. Dept. of Biological Statistics and Computational Biology. (1998-07-06)
    • Data-Driven, Free-Form Modeling Of Biological Systems 

      Cornforth, Theodore (2014-01-27)
      The quantity of data available to scientists in all disciplines is increasing at an exponential rate, yet the insight necessary to distill data into scientific knowledge must still be supplied by human experts. This widening ...
    • Database or cultural treasury -- the crucial balance, Cornell University Libraries in the year 2000 

      O'Hara, Maureen; Seznec, Alain; Mermin, N. David; Randel, Don Michael (1987-10-24)
      The three speakers discussed the need for modifications within the various libraries on campus.
    • Database Preference Queries Revisited 

      Brafman, Ronen; Domshlak, Carmel (Cornell University, 2004-03-29)
      In recent years, the database community has paid increasing attention to the formulation and treatment of preference queries. In this paper, we discuss a number of semantic and computational issues that preference queries ...
    • DataStaR, a Data Staging Repository for Digital Research Data 

      Steinhart, Gail (2009-06-19)
      Advances in computational capacity, the accelerating accumulation of data in many disciplines, and the resulting opportunities for new discoveries based on data sharing and re-use, demand a robust infrastructure for sharing ...
    • DataStaR: A Data Sharing and Publication Infrastructure to Support Research 

      Steinhart, Gail (2010-05-24)
      DataStaR, a Data Staging Repository ( in development at Cornell University’s Albert R. Mann Library, is intended to support collaboration and data sharing among researchers during the ...
    • DataStaR: An Institutional Approach to Research Data Curation 

      Steinhart, Gail (International Association for Social Science Information Services and Technology, 2007)
      DataStaR, a Data Staging Repository ( hosted by Cornell University?s Albert R. Mann Library, was conceived of as a platform and a set of services to facilitate data sharing among ...
    • DataStaR: Science Metadata Schemas Meet the Semantic Web 

      Caruso, Brian D.; Lowe, Brian J.; Steinhart, Gail S. (2009-12-18)
      Brian Caruso, Brian Lowe, and Gail Steinhart will present on the DataStaR project, which is building a Data Staging Repository to help scientists describe their research data and publish to discipline-based or institutional ...
    • DataStaR: Using the Semantic Web approach for Data Curation 

      Khan, Huda; Caruso, Brian; Corson-Rikert, Jon; Dietrich, Dianne; Lowe, Brian; Steinhart, Gail (2010-12)
      In disciplines as varied as medicine, social sciences, and economics, data and its analysis are an essential part of researchers’ contributions to their respective fields. While sharing research data for review and analysis ...
    • Dataverse - A Data-Hosting Solution for AgEcon Search 

      Kelly, Julie; West, Amy (2012-05)
      Dataverse, the software developed at Harvard for hosting social science data, is being used as a solution for hosting data associated with one group of papers in AgEcon Search. We are utilizing the Dataverse Network that ...
    • Date Fruits Classification Using Probabilistic Neural Networks 

      Fadel, M. (International Commission of Agricultural Engineering, 2007-12)
      This is a paper from International Commission of Agricultural Engineering (CIGR, Commission Internationale du Genie Rural) E-Journal Volume 9 (2007): Date Fruits Classification Using Probabilistic Neural Networks. Manuscript ...
    • Davenport, Herbert Joseph 

      Cornell University, Office of the Dean of the University Faculty (Cornell University, 1931)
      Memorial Statement for Professor Herbert Joseph Davenport who died in 1931. The memorial statements contained herein were prepared by the Office of the Dean of the University Faculty of Cornell University to honor its ...
    • Davey, Alice 

      Cornell University, Office of the Dean of the University Faculty (Cornell University, 1997)
      Memorial Statement for Professor Alice Davey who died in 1997. The memorial statements contained herein were prepared by the Office of the Dean of the University Faculty of Cornell University to honor its faculty for their ...
    • David A. Caughey and Francis C. Moon discuss the history of the Sibley School and Fluid Mechanics 

      Caughey, David A.; Moon, Francis C. (Internet-First University Press, 2014-04-18)
      This video is an oral history interview of David Caughey by Frank Moon on April 18, 2014.