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    • Dynamic Allocation Of Healthcare Resources 

      Zayas-Caban, Gabriel (2015-01-26)
      This thesis collects two papers proposing systematic frameworks for dynamic (i.e. state dependent) resource allocation in healthcare delivery. The first focuses on disaster response, and the second, on care delivery in an ...
    • Dynamic Analysis of Spatial Structures 

      Abedi, Karim; Bian, Jian-feng; Chen, Jiyun; Dede, E. M.; Earls, Christopher; Geng, Xiaobing; Ghafari Oskoei, Sayed Ali; Hulbert, Gregory M.; Kato, Shiro; Kikuchi, Noboru; Leigh, Emily; Li, Guoli; Li, Hai-Wang; Li, Jian-Xian; Li, Xiong-Yan; Luo, Yongfeng; Ma, Fu; Ma, Z.-D.; McClure, Ghyslaine; Nakazawa, Shoji; Qian, Jihong; Qin, Dong-Qi; Qin, Jie; Shekastehband, Behzad; Shen, Bin; Tang, Rongwei; Tian, Yu-Ji; Wang, Chung-Yue; Wang, Ren-Zuo; Wang, Xiuli; Wei, De-min; Wu, Chang; Wu, Jinzhi; Xue, Su-Duo; Yang, Muwang; Yang, Qing-Shan; Yilmaz, C.; Zhang, Yigang; Zhao, Pengfei; Zhi, Fei (Internet-First University Press, 2008-05)
      IASS-IACM 2008 Session: Dynamic Analysis of Spatial Structures Session Organizer: Su-Duo XUE (Beijing University of Technology) -- Plenary Lecture: "Analysis and design of materials and structures for attenuating ...
    • Dynamic Contact Angles And Wetting Front Instability In Soils 

      Baver, Christine (2013-01-28)
      Dynamic contact could provide a mechanism for initiating the instability of wetting fronts and the formation of gravity fingers/columns in porous media. To study those dynamic contact angles when gravity effects are present, ...
    • Dynamic Coupling And Chemical Transport Between The Stratosphere And The Troposphere 

      Yang, Huang (2015-08-17)
      Although the stratosphere and troposphere are separately different in many aspects (thermal structure, dynamic circulation, chemical composition and etc.), studies in recent decades have indicated a much stronger connection ...
    • Dynamic Document Processing 

      Salton, Gerard (Cornell University, 1972-02)
      The current role of computers in automatic document processing is briefly outlined, and some reasons are given why the early promise of library automation and of the mechanization of documentation processes has not been ...
    • Dynamic File Organization and Heuristic SearchStrategies in Information Retrieval 

      Ide, E.; Salton, Gerard (Cornell University, 1969-01)
      A great deal of effort has been devoted in recent years to the evaluation of automatic or semi-automatic information retrieval systems. Recent evaluation results indicate that the search effectiveness presently achieved, ...
    • Dynamic Hedging in a Volatile Market 

      Coleman, Thomas F.; Kim, Yohan; Li, Yuying; Verma, Arun (Cornell University, 2003-01-23)
      In financial markets, errors in option hedging can arise from two sources. First, the option value is a nonlinear function of the underlying; therefore, hedging is instantaneous and hedging with discrete rebalancing gives ...
    • Dynamic Hedging With a Deterministic Local Volatility Function Model 

      Coleman, Thomas F.; Kim, Y.; Li, Y.; Verma, A. (Cornell University, 2003-01-23)
      We compare the dynamic hedging performance of the deterministic local volatility function approach with the implied/constant volatility method. Using an example in which the underlying price follows an absolute diffusion ...
    • Dynamic Hedging with a Deterministic Local Volatility Function Model 

      Coleman, Thomas F.; Kim, Yohan; Li, Yuying; Verma, Arun (Cornell University, 2003-01-23)
      We compare the dynamic hedging performance of the deterministic local volatility function approach with the implied/constant volatility method. Using an example in which the underlying price follows an absolute diffusion ...
    • A Dynamic Light-Weight Group Service 

      Rodrigues, Luis; Guo, Katherine; Sargento, Antonio; van Renesse, Robbert; Glade, Brad; Verissimo, Paulo; Birman, Kenneth (Cornell University, 1996-10)
      The virtual synchrony model for group communication has proven to be a powerful paradigm for building distributed applications. Implementations of virtual synchrony usually require the use of failure detectors and ...
    • Dynamic Light-Weight Groups 

      Guo, Katherine; Rodrigues, Lu\'{\i}s (Cornell University, 1996-10)
      The virtual synchrony model for group communication has proven to be a powerful paradigm for building distributed applications. In applications that require the use of a large number of groups, significant performance ...
    • Dynamic Loading Of Anatomically Shaped Meniscal Constructs Generated Via Mri And micro-Ct Imaging 

      Ballyns, Jeffrey (2010-10-20)
      Several studies have established that dynamic stimulation by mixing media and dynamic compression enhances the production of extracellular matrix (ECM) and mechanical properties of tissue-engineered (TE) constructs seeded ...
    • Dynamic Modeling Of Tree Growth And Energy Use In A Nursery Greenhouse Using Matlab And Simulink 

      Jamison, Hill (2006-08-04)
      The purpose of this project was to create a process-based model of a tree seedling nursery as an aid to greenhouse operators concerned about energy management. This model termed GUESS, Greenhouse Use of Energy & Seedling ...
    • Dynamic Modeling of Workforce Requirements for Mass Prophylaxis Under Highly Uncertain Conditions: Cornell Dynamic POD Simulator 

      Castorena, Michelle; Hawkins, Caitlin; Hupert, Nathaniel; King, Kathleen; Muckstadt, John; Wu, Cindie; Xiong, Wei (2009-03-26)
      The public health response to a bioterrorist attack or other large-scale health emergency may include mass prophylaxis using multiple Points of Dispensing (PODs) to deliver countermeasures rapidly to affected populations. ...
    • Dynamic Mosaic: California Central Valley Partnership’S Collaborative Multiethnic Approach To Organizing Immigrant Communities 

      Fujimoto, Isao (2010-04-09)
      What’s in focus here is how marginalized, unrecognized and diverse groups of immigrants within a setting of great contradictions can be energized to develop their communities The setting is the Central Valley of California, ...
    • Dynamic Multi-Body Protein Interactions Suggest Versatile Pathways For Copper Trafficking 

      Keller, Aaron (2012-05-27)
      As part of intracellular copper trafficking pathways, the human copper chaperone Hah1 delivers Cu+ to the Wilson's Disease Protein (WDP) via weak and dynamic protein-protein interactions. WDP contains six homologous metal ...
    • Dynamic Optimization Model for a Lignocellulosic Biorefinery Supply Chain 

      Pack, Joshua (2007-01-31)
      Lignocellulosic biorefining system studies have not adequately addressed the integrated nature of the supply chain from feedstock source (farms) to product demand points. The literature typically focuses on systems of ...
    • A DYNAMIC PARTICIPATION DECISION MODEL APPLIED TO THE CONSERVATION SECURITY PROGRAM FOR NORTHEASTERN UNITED STATES DAIRY FARMS 

      Shultz, Joseph (2006-10-26)
      The Conservation Security Program was authorized in the 2002 Farm Bill and is hailed by many observers as the first true ?green payments? program for working lands in the United States. Previous analysis and anecdotal ...
    • Dynamic Path Analysis And Model Based Clustering Of Microarray Data 

      Kormaksson, Matthias (2010-10-20)
      Part I We consider a situation where we observe continuous and binary data for different subjects at discrete time points. At each time point the binary responses are modeled with probit equations and the continuous responses ...
    • Dynamic Phenomena In The Lakes And Seas Of Titan 

      Hofgartner, Jason (2016-02-01)
      Earth and Titan are unique in the Solar System as the only planetary bodies with active hydrologic cycles that include reservoirs of stable, surface liquid. Titan's lakes and seas are primarily composed of methane, ethane, ...