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    • A faster parametric minimum cut algorithm 

      Gusfield, D.; Tardos, E. (Cornell University Operations Research and Industrial Engineering, 1990-09)
      A faster parametric minimum cut algorithm
    • Faster Possibility Detection by Combining Two Approaches 

      Stoller, Scott D.; Schneider, Fred B. (Cornell University, 1995-04)
      A new algorithm is presented for detecting whether a particular computation of an asynchronous distributed system satisfies $\Poss\Phi$ (read "possibly $\Phi$"), meaning the system could have passed through a global state ...
    • A Faster PSPACE Algorithm for Deciding the Existential Theory of the Reals 

      Renegar, J. (Cornell University Operations Research and Industrial Engineering, 1988-04)
      A Faster PSPACE Algorithm for Deciding the Existential Theory of the Reals
    • Faster SVD for Matrices with Small $m/n$ 

      Bau, David (Cornell University, 1994-03)
      The singular values of a matrix are conventionally computed using either the bidiagonalization algorithm by Golub and Reinsch (1970) when $m/n less than 5/3$, or the algorithm by Lawson and Hanson (1974) and Chan (1982) ...
    • A Faster, Better Approximation Algorithm for the Minimum Latency Problem 

      Archer, A.; Williamson, D. P.; Levin, A. (Cornell University Operations Research and Industrial Engineering, 2003-01)
      A Faster, Better Approximation Algorithm for the Minimum Latency Problem
    • Fatal cyanide gas toxicosis in 100% of a flock of turkey poults 

      Greenberg, Michael (2008-11-19)
      Inhalant toxicoses have the potential to cause high mortality in poultry flocks and consequent economic losses to producers. A number of toxic gases and inhaled particulates have been implicated in production losses and ...
    • Fate and Transport Modeling of Pesticides Applied to Turf 

      Magri, Antoni (2007-04-26)
      This research centers on modeling fate and transport processes affecting pesticides applied to turfgrass systems. Interest in predicting pesticide fate and transport from these systems stems from observations of pesticide ...
    • Fate And Transport Of Agricultural Nutrients In Macro-Porous Soils 

      Royem, Anna (2012-01-31)
      The major objective of this study is to address water quality problems associated with application of liquid manure to subsurface-drained agricultural lands. There are over 600 large and medium sized confined animal feeding ...
    • Fate And Transport Of Phosphorus, Colloids, And Biochar In Soils 

      Zhang, Wei (2010-10-20)
      Fate and transport of phosphorus (P) and colloidal particles in soils constitutes two major areas of inquires in contaminant hydrology. The P transport in the northeastern U.S. depends largely on P sorption of soils in ...
    • Fate of Barbiturates and Non-steriodal Anti-inflammatory Drugs During Carcass Composting 

      Schwarz, Mary; Bonhotal, Jean; Bischoff, Karyn; Ebel, Joseph (Academy Journals, 2013-03)
      With disease issues, the decline of the rendering industry, a ban on use of downer cows for food, and rules to halt horse slaughter, environmentally safe and sound practices for disposal of horses and other livestock ...
    • The Fate of Ivermectin in Manure Composting 

      Schwarz, Mary; Bonhotal, Jean (Cornell Waste Management Institute, 2016)
      Ectoparasites and anthelmintics used to control external and internal parasites in livestock are largely excreted in manure in concentrations that are lethal or sub-lethal to beneficial organisms in the ecosystem. The ...
    • Fatty Acid Nutrition and Milk Fat Depression 

      Harvatine, K.J. (2015-03-17)
      Milk fat concentration is variable and very responsive to many factors including genetics, season of the year, and physiological state, but is especially responsive to diet. Synthesis of milk fat is an energy demanding ...
    • FAULT DETECTION AND IDENTIFICATION IN A DEEP TROUGH HYDROPONIC SYSTEM USING ADAPTIVE NEURO-FUZZY ANALYSIS 

      Setiawan, Albert (2008-02-13)
      An early fault detection and identification system (FDI) can be an important part in any plant production system. A FDI can be used to avoid costly repairs and long disruptions in production. A hydroponic plant production ...
    • Fault Diagnosis of Centrifugal Pump Using Symptom Parameters in Frequency Domain 

      Wang, H. Q.; Chen, P. (International Commission of Agricultural Engineering, 2007-11)
      This is a paper from International Commission of Agricultural Engineering (CIGR, Commission Internationale du Genie Rural) E-Journal Volume 9 (2007): Fault Diagnosis of Centrifugal Pump Using Symptom Parameters in Frequency ...
    • Fault Tolerance For Main-Memory Applications In The Cloud 

      Cao, Tuan (2013-05-26)
      Advances in hardware have enabled many long-running applications to execute entirely in main memory. With the emergence of cloud computing, thousands of machines could be made available to deploy such applications with ...
    • Fault-Tolerant Broadcasts 

      Schneider, Fred B.; Gries, David; Schlichting, Richard D. (Cornell University, 1983-09)
      A distributed program is presented that ensures delivery of a message to the functioning processors in a computer network, despite the fact that processors may fail at any time. All processor failures are assumedd to be ...
    • Fault-Tolerant Broadcasts and Multicasts: The Problem of Inconsistency and Contamination 

      Gopal, Ajei Sarat (Cornell University, 1992-03)
      An increasingly important paradigm for designing fault-tolerant applications for distributed systems is based on processes that communicate exclusively via fault-tolerant broadcasts and multicasts. Most broadcasts that ...
    • Fault-Tolerant Computing Based on Mach 

      Babaoglu, Ozalp (Cornell University, 1989-08)
      We consider the problem of providing automatic and transparent fault tolerance to arbitrary user computations based on the Mach operating system. Among the several alternatives for structuring such a system, we pursue ...
    • A Fault-Tolerant CORBA Name Server 

      Maffeis, Silvano (Cornell University, 1996-02)
      OMG CORBA applications require a distributed naming service in order to install and to retrieve object references. High availability of the naming service is important as most CORBA applications need to access it at least ...