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    • 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 ...
    • Fault-Tolerant Management of Distributed Applications Using the Reactive System Architecture 

      Wood, Mark D. (Cornell University, 1991-12)
      Distributed applications are becoming increasingly pervasive, and difficult to manage. Examples of distributed applications include operating system servers and clients on a network, programs performing distributed ...
    • Fault-tolerant Wait-free Shared Objects 

      Jayanti, Prasad; Chandra, D. Chandra; Toueg, Sam (Cornell University, 1996-01)
      Wait-free implementations of shared objects tolerate the failure of processes, but not the failure of base objects from which they are implemented. We consider the problem of implementing shared objects that tolerate the ...
    • Faults in an Algorithm for Reparameterizing Linear Models 

      Searle, S. R.; Henderson, Harold V.; Cornell University. Biometrics Unit.; Cornell University. Dept. of Biometrics.; Cornell University. Dept. of Biological Statistics and Computational Biology. (1980-07)
    • Faust, Albert Bernhardt 

      Cornell University, Office of the Dean of the University Faculty (Cornell University, 1951)
      Memorial Statement for Professor Albert Bernhardt Faust who died in 1951. The memorial statements contained herein were prepared by the Office of the Dean of the University Faculty of Cornell University to honor its faculty ...
    • FDA - The Rules Are a Change-In! 

      Goodson, Jon (2013-10-22)
    • FDA Bioterrorism 

      Campbell, Doug (2006)
    • FDL: A Prototype Formal Digital Library 

      Allen, Stuart; Bickford, Mark; Constable, Robert; Eaton, Richard; Kreitz, Christoph; Lorigo, Lor (Cornell University, 2004-06-16)
      This manual describes the first prototype of a new kind of system which we call a Formal Digital Library (FDL). We designed the system and assembled the prototype as part of a research project sponsored by the Office of ...
    • Fear as a Biological Control? How Scaring Farm and Garden Pests Could Lessen Plant Damage 

      Aflitto, Nicholas; Thaler, Jennifer (New York State IPM Program, 2016)
      For many of us the threats of predators — lions and bears, say — are long gone. Yet most animals face these pressures on a daily basis. The common pests in your garden or farm are no exception. Simply the threat of predation ...
    • The Feasibility of Creating a Fully Synthetic Decennial Census Microdata File 

      Creecy, Robert (2009-07-31)
      A workshop that brought together university-based researchers, members of the international official statistical community, and other interested user communities was held on July 31, 2009, the Friday before the 2009 Joint ...
    • Feasibility of fall armyworm, Spodoptera frugiperda (Smith) control on late-planted dent corn 

      Straub, Richard; Hogan, Harold (New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, 1974-10)
      During the late summer of 1973, fall armyworm populations were abnormally high in the Hudson River Valley, and the resulting severe defoliation to late-planted dent corn caused much concern to producers and extension service ...
    • Feasibility of home biogas generation from food waste 

      Frost, Robert (2011-05-09)
      The purpose of this study was to investigate the production of useful biogas (methane) and system stability of anaerobic digesters for use in residential homes. Economic analysis and theoretical methane yield calculations ...
    • The Feasibility of Restoring Elk to New York State: A Final Report to the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation 

      Enck, Jody W.; Porter, william F.; Didier, Karl A.; Decker, Daniel J. (1998-10)
    • Feasibility of Sanitizing Apple Field Bins to Eliminate Postharvest Pathogens 

      Rosenberger, David A. (New York State IPM Program, 2001)
      New York State produces approximately 26 million bushels of apples each year. Apples harvested in autumn are held in low-oxygen storage for up to 10 months to allow orderly marketing of the crop and to provide consumers ...
    • Feasibility of Sanitizing Apple Field Bins to Eliminate Postharvest Pathogens 

      Rosenberger, David A. (New York State IPM Program, 2000)
      New York State produces approximately 26 million bushels of apples each year. Apples harvested in autumn are held in low-oxygen storage for up to 10 months to allow orderly marketing of the crop and to provide consumers ...