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  • Learning To Dock Proteins 

    Dintyala, Venkata Subrahmanya Ravikant (2012-01-31)
  • Learning to live with risk 

    Hirtle, Peter B. (ARLIS UK & Ireland, 2012)
    How can cultural heritage institutions use new technologies to improve access to holdings for remote users when so much material is protected by copyright and the repository is normally not the copyright owner? Many ...
  • Learning to Market New York' s Summer Tree Fruits 

    McCandless, Linda (2000-03-28)
  • Learning to Rank from Implicit Feedback 

    Radlinski, Filip Andrzej (2008-06-11)
    Whenever access to information is mediated by a computer, we can easily record how users respond to the information with which they are presented. These normal interactions between users and information systems are implicit ...
  • The Learning Trajectory Of Musical Memory: From Schematic Processing Of Novel Melodies To Robust Musical Memory Representations 

    Agres, Kathleen (2013-01-28)
    This dissertation utilizes a multi-method approach to investigate the processes underlying musical learning and memory. Particular emphasis is placed on schematic processing, musical structure, temporal aspects of learning, ...
  • Learning well at work: Choices for quality. Washington DC: School-to-Work Opportunities. 

    Hamilton, Mary Agnes; Hamilton, Stephen F. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service, 1997)
    This guide is written for people in workplaces and schools who plan, direct, or evaluate work-based learning opportunities for youth. The voices of both youth and adults involved in work-based learning illustrate their ...
  • Least Change Secant Updates for Quasi-Newton Methods 

    Dennis, John E., Jr.; Schnabel, Robert B. (Cornell University, 1978-06)
    In many problems involving the solution of a system of nonlinear equations, it is necessary to keep an approximation to the Jacobian matrix which is updated at each iteration. Computational experience indicates that the ...
  • Least-change quasi-Newton updates for equality-constrained optimization 

    Wagner, M.; Todd, M. J. (Cornell University Operations Research and Industrial Engineering, 1999-05)
    Least-change quasi-Newton updates for equality-constrained optimization
  • Leaves of Words: The Art of Surimono as a Poetic Practice 

    McKee, Daniel (2007-10-08)
    This dissertation challenges the conventional treatment of surimono as pictorial greeting/announcement cards comprising a subcategory of ukiyo-e, a definition based on shortsighted understanding of the genre?s history that ...
  • Leaving a Trail of Bread Crumbs 

    Viele, Pat (2007-09-27)
    I presented this poster at SLA 07. It represents the ways I use technology to interact with my library patrons.
  • Leaving an Interval in Limited Playing Time 

    Heath, D.; Kertz, R. (Cornell University Operations Research and Industrial Engineering, 1986-10)
    Leaving an Interval in Limited Playing Time
  • Lechner, Fred G. 

    Cornell University, Office of the Dean of the University Faculty (Cornell University, 1983)
    Memorial Statement for Professor Fred G. Lechner, who died in 1983. The memorial statements contained herein were prepared by the Office of the Dean of the University Faculty of Cornell University to honor its faculty for ...
  • Lecture notes on approximation algorithms: Fall 1998 

    Williamson, D. (Cornell University Operations Research and Industrial Engineering, 1999-02)
    Lecture notes on approximation algorithms: Fall 1998
  • Lecture Notes on Fracture Mechanics 

    Zehnder, Alan (2009-07-30)
    This book is written for students who want to understand, apply and contribute to the vast and growing field of fracture mechanics. The emphasis is on mechanics models for crack tip fields and energy flows. A brief ...
  • Lecture Notes on Network Flow Spring 2004 

    Williamson, D. (Cornell University Operations Research and Industrial Engineering, 2007-07)
    Lecture Notes on Network Flow Spring 2004
  • Lecture Notes on Nonlinear Vibrations 

    Rand, Richard H. (2004-01-28)
    Cornell engineering professor Richard Rand has collected his lecture notes covering 13 topics related to nonlinear vibrations.
  • Lecture Notes on Nonlinear Vibrations 

    Rand, Richard H. (2012-05)
    This edition of Professor Rand's Lecture Notes on Nonlinear Vibrations extends the previous version (http://ecommons.cornell.edu/handle/1813/79 ) by including two new Chapters, respectively on Differential-Delay Equations, ...
  • Lecture notes OR320/520 

    Trotter, L. E. (Cornell University Operations Research and Industrial Engineering, 1990-07)
    Lecture notes OR320/520
  • Lectures in Least Squares 

    Van Loan, Charles (Cornell University, 1976-05)
    These lecture notes arose out of the numerical analysis seminar given at Cornell University in the Spring of 1976. The goal of the seminar was to acquaint a variety of researchers and undergraduates with the field of ...