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  • Three Essays On Welfare Effects Of Government Intervention 

    Tan, Qinwen (2012-08-20)
    Reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions is critical to mitigating climate change and achieving greater energy security. The desire to understand what governmental tools and how to apply to protect the local and global ...
  • Three Frontiers in Open Access Scholarship 

    Getz, Malcolm (Internet-First University Press, 2005-01-13)
    There are three important frontiers in moving from subscription-based scholarly publications to delivery of scholarly works to readers without charge via the Internet. First are automated archives of preprints and post ...
  • Three Introductions 

    Hallett, Miranda (2005)
  • Three Problems In Nonlinear Dynamics: Time Delay, Fractionality And Synchronization 

    Suchorsky, Meghan (2012-01-31)
    Three problems in nonlinear dynamics are studied with concern to the effects of time history dependent functions on steady state behavior. In each problem we consider either a single oscillator or a system of oscillators. ...
  • Three professors discuss the role of new media literacies 

    Carlacio, Jami (2009-01-05)
    Three professors -- Cynthia Selfe, Scott Lloyd Dewitt, and Jami Carlacio -- are interviewed, discussing the importance of integrating new media technologies into the college classroom.
  • The Three Sisters 

    Eames-Sheavly, Marcia (Cornell Cooperative Extension, 2000-02)
    The legend of the Three Sisters sets the stage for students to engage in an exploration of the culture and practices of the Iroquois through a gardening method that embraces the concept of botanical diversity. This method ...
  • The Three Sisters 

    Eames-Sheavly, Marcia (Cornell Cooperative Extension, 2000-02)
    The legend of the Three Sisters sets the stage for students to engage in an exploration of the culture and practices of the Iroquois through a gardening method that embraces the concept of botanical diversity. This method ...
  • Three Surveys on Operating System Topics 

    Andrews, Gregory R.; Schneider, Fred B. (Cornell University, 1980-05)
    Recently, we were asked by the Wiley Publishing Company to write survey articles covering some of the important concepts in operating systems for their forthcoming Handbook of Electrical and Computer Engineering. The ...
  • Three year contract for supply of paper and payment of tax: 1966 Jesth 29 

    Unknown author (Cornell University, 1994-04)
    Three year contract for supply of paper and payment of tax. Collectors and Copiers: Holmberg, David; March, Kathryn; Surya Man Tamang and Jagat Bahadur Tamang Summaries by Holmberg, David; March, Kathryn
  • Three year contract for supply of paper and payment of tax: 1969 Aswin 20 

    Unknown author (Cornell University, 1994-04)
    Three year contract for supply of paper and payment of tax. Collectors and Copiers: Holmberg, David; March, Kathryn; Surya Man Tamang and Jagat Bahadur Tamang Summaries by Holmberg, David; March, Kathryn
  • Three year contract for supply of paper by Dev Shamshere: 1951 Aswin Badi 12 

    Pandit, D (Cornell University, 1994-04)
    Three year contract for supply of paper by Dev Shamshere. Collectors and Copiers: Holmberg, David; March, Kathryn; Surya Man Tamang and Jagat Bahadur Tamang Summaries by Holmberg, David; March, Kathryn
  • Three year contract for supply of paper: 1946 Kartik Badi 11 

    Unknown author (Cornell University, 1994-04)
    Three year contract for supply of paper. Collectors and Copiers: Holmberg, David; March, Kathryn; Surya Man Tamang and Jagat Bahadur Tamang Summaries by Holmberg, David; March, Kathryn
  • Three year contract to headmen: 1963 Bahdau 27 

    Unknown author (Cornell University, 1994-04)
    Three year contract to headmen. Collectors and Copiers: Holmberg, David; March, Kathryn; Surya Man Tamang and Jagat Bahadur Tamang Summaries by Holmberg, David; March, Kathryn
  • Three Years Later: Lessons Learned from Establishing a Metadata Service 

    Kurth, Martin (2004-11-05)
    Discusses the development of a metadata services unit at the Cornell University Library.
  • Three-Dimensional Acoustic Visualization of Zooplankton Patchiness 

    Greene, Charles; Wiebe, Peter; Pelkie, Chris; Benfield, Mark; Popp, Jacqueline (Cornell University, 2003-01-23)
    Acoustic data were collected and visualized to characterize the 3-dimensional patchiness of zooplankton at a thermally stratified site on Georges Bank. The work was carried out as part of a field study conducted to examine ...
  • Three-dimensional pattern formation in suspensions of swimming micro-organisms 

    Pahlavan, Amir Alizadeh; Saintillan, David (2009-10-19)
    Suspensions of self-propelled particles, such as swimming micro-organisms, are known to undergo complex dynamics as a result of hydrodynamic interactions. This fluid dynamics video presents a numerical simulation of such ...
  • Three-Dimensional Simulation Of Arbitrary Crack Growth 

    Davis, Brett (2014-08-18)
    A finite-element-based simulation technique is developed in Chapter 1 to predict arbitrary shape evolution of 3-D, geometrically explicit cracks under stable growth conditions. Point-by-point extensions along a crack front ...
  • Three-dimensional upper mantle structure beneath the intraplate Atlas and interplate Rif mountains of Morocco 

    Seber, D.; Barazangi, M.; Tadili, B.; Ramdani, M.; Ibenbrahim, A.; Ben Sari, D. (American Geophysical Union, 1996)
    We integrate observations based on teleseismic P wave travel times and available geologic data to infer that the lithosphere beneath the intraplate Atlas mountains is thin and/or it is characterized by lower P wave velocities, ...
  • Three-Photon Microscopy At 1700 Nm For In Vivo Imaging 

    Horton, Nicholas (2015-05-24)
    Multiphoton fluorescence microscopy (MPM) allows scientists to noninvasively observe structures deep within tissue. Two-photon microscopy (2PM) in the 750-1000 nm excitation region has been the standard MPM technique since ...
  • Thrifty Execution of Task Pipelines 

    Schneider, Fred B.; Conway, Richard W.; Skeen, Dale (Cornell University, 1984-06)
    A sequence of tasks that must be performed on a sequential database can be scheduled in various ways. Schedules will differ with respect to the number of accesses made to peripheral storage devices and the amount of ...