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Geometric Ambiguities in Boundary Representations
Hoffmann, Christoph M.; Hopcroft, John E. (Cornell University, 198601)Boundary representations are usually separated into two components, a topological component and a geometric component. The conditions necessary to insure that the topological component is unambiguous are well understood. ... 
A Geometric Approach to Constructing Martingale Measures: The Finite Case
Taqqu, M.; Willinger, W. (Cornell University Operations Research and Industrial Engineering, 198408)A Geometric Approach to Constructing Martingale Measures: The Finite Case 
A Geometric Approach to Error Detection and Recovery for Robot Motion Planning With Uncertainty
Donald, Bruce Randall (Cornell University, 198801)Robots must plan and execute tasks in the presence of uncertainty. Uncertainty arises from sensing errors, control errors, and uncertainty in the geometric models of the environment and of the robot. The last, which we ... 
Geometric Backlund Transformations In Homogeneous Spaces
Noonan, Matthew (20101020)A classical theorem of Bianchi states that two surfaces in space are the focal surfaces of a pseudospherical line congruence only if each surface has constant negative Gaussian curvature. Lie constructed a partial converse, ... 
Geometric Bicriteria Optimal Path Problems
Piatko, Christine Diane (Cornell University, 199507)A bicriteria optimal path simultaneously satisfies two bounds on two measures of path quality. The complexity of finding such a path depends on the particular choices of path quality. This thesis studies bicriteria ... 
A Geometric Buchberger Algorithm for Integer Programming
Thomas, R. (Cornell University Operations Research and Industrial Engineering, 199309)A Geometric Buchberger Algorithm for Integer Programming 
Geometric Flows On Manifolds With Boundary
Pulemotov, Artem (20091013)The present dissertation discusses three connected subjects. Firstly, we establish a version of the Hopf boundary point lemma for sections of a vector bundle over a manifold M with nonempty boundary. This result may be ... 
The Geometric Interpretation of Missing Observations
Jacobsen, Robert; Cornell University. Biometrics Unit.; Cornell University. Dept. of Biometrics.; Cornell University. Dept. of Biological Statistics and Computational Biology. (196706) 
Geometric Optimization and Computational Complexity
Bajaj, Chanderjit (Cornell University, 198408)Our purpose here is to study problems involving geometric optimization, namely, questions of the type: Is there at least a minimum or at most a maximum number of certain geometric figures, that are within certain distances ... 
Geometric Stable Distributions in Banach Spaces
Rachev, S. T.; Samorodnitsky, G. (Cornell University Operations Research and Industrial Engineering, 199207)This paper published in "Mathematics of Operations Research" 20 (1995), 415440 
Geometric Tools, Sampling Strategies, Bayesian Inverse Problems And Design Under Uncertainty
Sternfels, Henri (20130128)The main contributions of the present thesis are novel computational methods related to uncertainty quantification, inverse problems and reduced order modeling in engineering. In the first chapter, we describe a framework ... 
Geometrical Interpretation of StepWise Estimation of Parameters in Linear Regression Analysis
Hedayat, A.; Cornell University. Biometrics Unit.; Cornell University. Dept. of Biometrics.; Cornell University. Dept. of Biological Statistics and Computational Biology. (196706) 
A GEOMETRICALLY EXACT THINWALLED BEAM THEORY CONSIDERING INPLANE CROSSSECTION DISTORTION
Yiu, Fang (20050805)A fully nonlinear theory of a threedimensional thinwalled beam, in arbitrary rectangular coordinates with the pole of the sectorial area at an arbitrary point and the origin of the sectorial area at an arbitrary point ... 
Geometrically Explicit Finite Element Modeling Of Aa7075T651 Microstructure With Fatigue Cracks
Veilleux, Michael (20110131)This dissertation is divided into three chapters, where each is an independent paper intended to be submitted as a refereed journal article. The main thrust of the research project overarching all three papers is to develop ... 
Geometry and Mechanics
Bazilevs, Yuri; Bletzinger, KaiUwe; Calo, Victor M.; Cirak, Fehmi; Firl, Matthias; Hughes, Thomas J. R.; Konyukhov, Alexander; Linhard, Johannes; Long, Quan; Schweizerhof, Karl; Wang, John T.; Wuchner, Roland; Zhang, Yongie (InternetFirst University Press, 200805)IASSIACM 2008 Session: Geometry and Mechanics  Session Organizers: KaiUwe BLETZINGER (TU Munich), Fehmi CIRAK (University of Cambridge)  Keynote Lecture: "Modeling and computation of patientspecific vascular ... 
Geometry of elastic hydrofracturing by injection of an over pressured nonNewtonian Fluid
J ChavezAlvarez, E Soto; B Barrientos, C Mares; M Cerca (20091019)The nucleation and propagation of hydrofractures by injection of over pressured fluids in an elastic and isotropic medium are studied experimentally. NonNewtonian fluids are injected inside a gelatine whose mechanical ... 
The Geometry Of Generalized Lamplighter Groups
Amchislavska, Margarita (20140818)This work examines geometric properties of generalized lamplighter groups. The thesis contains two parts. The first part gives an elementary account of Bartholdi, Neuhauser and Woess's result that the Cayley graphs of a ... 
The Geometry of Projective Blending Surfaces
Hoffmann, Christoph M.; Hopcroft, John E. (Cornell University, 198605)Blending surfaces smoothly join two or more primary surfaces that otherwise would intersect in edges. We outline the potential method for deriving blending surfaces, and explain why the method needs to be considered in ... 
Geophysical and geological databases and CTBT monitoring: A case study of the Middle East
Barazangi, M.; Fielding, E.; Isacks, B.; Seber, D. (Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1996)With the anticipated completion of multilateral comprehensive nuclear test ban and nonproliferation treaties in the near future, it is essential for the monitoring efforts that multidisciplinary information on a given ... 
Geophysical evidence for lithospheric delamination beneath the Alboran Sea and RifBetic mountains
Seber, D.; Barazangi, M.; Ibenbrahim, A.; Demnati, A. (Nature Publishing Group, 1996)Geophysical evidence is presented for an episode of active delamination of a piece of continental lithosphere. Observations of earthquake hypocentre locations, seismic wave velocities and attenuation, Bouguer gravity, ...