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Increasing Inclusion Body Extractability And Recoverability By Altering Fermentation Conditions In High Cell Density Escherichia Coli Cultures
Chen, Rishard (20091013)Volumetric protein production yields in Escherichia coli fermentations have improved with development of fedbatch high cell density cultures. The use of high cell densities has introduced need to obtain a better understanding ... 
Increasing profitability through components and quality
Berry, Julie (The Manager DairyBusiness East, 201504)This month’s The Manager from PRODAIRY focuses on making milk. 
Increasing the Rooting in Apple Rootstock Stoolbeds
Adams, Richard (20100805)BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH Richard was born in central Washington in the heart of apple country. His grandfather, Paul, started an apple nursery in 1964 which is now run by Richard's father and two uncles. Richard began working ... 
Increasing Wine Quality with the Addition of Enological Tannins and Enzymes in Red Wine
Burnett, Diana M. (2003) 
Incremental Attribute Evaluation and Multiple Subtree Replacements
Peckham, Stephen B. (Cornell University, 199002)The standard model for incremental attribute evaluation allows single subtree replacements followed by attribute reevaluation to restore consistency to a derivation tree. This thesis advocates an extended model that ... 
Incremental Computation and the Incremental Evaluation of Functional Programs
Pugh, William W. (Cornell University, 198808)Incremental computation is generally thought of as the technique of efficiently updating the result of a computation when the input is changed. This idea is used in doing semantic checking in programming environments, ... 
Incremental Computation for Transformational Software Development
Liu, Yanhong A.; Teitelbaum, Tim (Cornell University, 199503)Given a program $f$ and an input change $\oplus$, we wish to obtain an incremental program that computes $f(x\oplus y)$ efficiently by making use of the value of $f(x)$, the intermediate results computed in computing $f(x)$, ... 
Incremental Computation: A SemanticsBased Systematic Transformational Approach
Liu, Yanhong Annie (Cornell University, 199510)Incremental computation takes advantage of repeated computations on inputs that differ slightly from one another, computing each new output incrementally by making use of the previous output rather than from scratch. ... 
Incremental Constraint Satisfaction and its Application to Graphical Interfaces
Vander Zanden, Bradley T. (Cornell University, 198810)Software that emphasizes pictures, rather than text, has become increasingly popular since the introduction of the Macintosh computer. Creating this software is a timeconsuming task that can take months or years. ... 
An Incremental Drawing Algorithm for Planar Graphs
Harel, David; Sardas, Meir (Cornell University, 199504)We present a new algorithm for drawing planar graphs on the plane. It can be viewed as a generalization of the algorithm of Chrobak and Payne, which in turn, is based on an algorithm by de Fraysseix, Pach and Pollack. Our ... 
Incremental Graph Evaluation
Hoover, Roger (Cornell University, 198705)There are many computer applications that can be made incremental. After a small perturbation to the computation at hand, intermediate values of a previous evaluation can be used to obtain the result of the new computation. ... 
An Incremental Model for Combinatorial Maximization Problems
Hartline, Jeff; Sharp, Alexa (Cornell University, 20051026)Many combinatorial optimization problems aim to select a subset of elements of maximum value subject to certain constraints. We consider an incremental version of such problems, in which some of the constraints rise over ... 
An Incremental Model for Combinatorial Minimization
Hartline, Jeff; Sharp, Alexa (Cornell University, 20060705)Traditional optimization algorithms are concerned with static input, static constraints, and attempt to produce static output of optimal value. Recent literature has strayed from this conventional approach to deal with ... 
Incremental Optimization
Jeff, Hartline (20070815)Typical optimization problems aim to select a single solution of maximum or minimum value from a large space of feasible solutions. For many such problems, feasible solutions are subsets of a global set of elements that ... 
An Incremental Planning Algorithm for Ordering Equations in a Multilinear System of Constraints
Vander Zanden, Bradley T. (Cornell University, 198804)Constraint equations are increasingly being used in interactive applications such as graphics, logical programming, and simulation that demand immediate feedback. To handle the performance requirements imposed by such ... 
Incremental Reduction in the Lambda Calculus
Field, John H.; Teitelbaum, Tim (Cornell University, 199005)An incremental algorithm is one that takes advantage of the fact that the function it computes is to be evaluated repeatedly on inputs that differ only slightly from one another, avoiding duplication of common computations. ... 
Incremental Reduction in the Lambda Calculus and Related Reduction Systems
Field, John H. (Cornell University, 199111)An incremental algorithm is one that computes a function repeatedly on a series of inputs that differ only slightly from one another, yet avoids unnecessary duplication of computations from one input to the next. This ... 
An Incremental Shift To The Ecological Approach Of Obesity Prevention: Extension Nutrition Managersx19 Use Of Environmental Strategies
Lu, Angela (20120131)Recommendations and strategic plans for obesity prevention emphasize u se of the socioecological approach that necessitates collaborations among multiple stakeholders. As a partner in communitybased projects aimed at ... 
INCUBATING FOR INTELLIGENCE: SPATIAL ATTRIBUTES AND INTERACTION EMERGENCE IN CORPORATE WORKPLACE
Kuakul, Poonrit (20070216)As industries increasingly rely on innovation and knowledge workers, interaction and social networks have once again emerged as a primary purpose for working together in the place called office. The purposes of this thesis ... 
Incubating Open Journals in Economics
Getz, Malcolm (InternetFirst University Press, 20051020)As open journals become intellectual successes, they will come to substitute for subscriptionbased journals. The entry of two new journals specializing in economic theory, one a commercial subscription journal and the ...