Now showing items 23284-23303 of 33561

  • Mathematical Modeling And Statistical Analysis Of The Cortical Microvasculature And Hemodynamic Response 

    Cornelius, Nathan (2014-01-27)
    Mathematical models can serve as useful tools to better understand physiology and biological phenomena. This work outlines several mathematical models and their connection with various types of cortical microvascular ...
  • Mathematical Modeling of Gas-solid Flow in Turbine Reactor 

    Sun, Y.; Lin, Y.; Zhao, K.; Lu, Y. (International Commission of Agricultural Engineering, 2007-03)
    This is a paper from International Commission of Agricultural Engineering (CIGR, Commission Internationale du Genie Rural) E-Journal Volume 9 (2007): Mathematical Modeling of Gas-solid Flow in Turbine Reactor. Manuscript ...
  • Mathematical Models For Swing Options And Subprime Mortgage Derivatives. 

    Diener, Nicolas (2009-08-19)
    The deregulation of the energy market and the recent soaring (and possible bubble) of commodity prices motivates the first part of the thesis. We analyze a certain kind of contract in the commodity market known as swing ...
  • Mathematical Models For The Evolution And Development Of The Cerebral Cortex In Mammals 

    Cahalane, Diarmuid (2013-08-19)
    This is a pivotal time in neuroscience as modern imaging techniques and methods in network reconstruction are elucidating the structure of the brain as never before. Ultimately, our insights into these networks of connections ...
  • Mathematical Questions in Robotics 

    Brockett, Roger; Ballieul, John; Donald, Bruce Randall; Murray, Richard; Raghavan, Madhusudan; Sastry, S. Shankar (Cornell University, 1990-02)
    No abstract is available.
  • Mathematical Terrorism 

    Gutfraind, Alexander (2010-04-09)
    Mathematical research of terrorism has the potential to inform both scholars and policymakers. This thesis presents several projects in this emerging area: (1) an ordinarydifferential equations model of a terrorist ...
  • Mathematics and Information Retrieval 

    Salton, Gerard (Cornell University, 1978-01)
    The development of a given discipline in science and technology often depends on the availability of theories capable of describing the processes which control the field and of modelling the interactions between these ...
  • Mathematics as Programming 

    Constable, Robert L. (Cornell University, 1983-07)
    In a sufficiently rich programming language it is possible to express a very substantial amount of mathematics in a natural way. I don't mean only that one can write down functions or solve equations, I mean that one can ...
  • Matheson, Robert 

    Cornell University, Office of the Dean of the University Faculty (Cornell University, 1958)
    Memorial Statement for Professor Robert Matheson who died in 1958. 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 ...
  • MathWriter I: MATHEMATICAL TYPESETTING with the MACINTOSH 

    Cooke, J. Robert; Sobel, E. Ted (Cooke Publications, Ithaca, New York, 1986)
    MathWriter™ grew out of a need to typeset the theory chapter for the finite element programs we were developing. The mouse-supported graphics environment of the Macintosh provides an excellent foundation for the development ...
  • MathWriter: Quick Reference Card 

    Unknown author (1991)
  • MathWriter: The Scientific Word Processor for the Macintosh 

    Cooke, J. Robert; Sobel, E. Ted (Brooks Cole Publishing Company, Pacific Grove, California, 1991)
    MathWriter introduces new tools that permit you to compose your scientific manuscripts at the keyboard. These tools allow you to focus on substance rather than form. MathWriter was designed especially for authors of ...
  • Mating Biology Of Aedes Aegypti Males 

    Deewatthanawong, Prasit (2013-01-28)
    The objectives of this study were to develop first an accessory gland specific promoter and to investigate some basic aspects of the mating biology of Aedes aegypti, an important vector of dengue and dengue hemorrhagic ...
  • Matott, Howard W. 

    Cornell University, Office of the Dean of the University Faculty (Cornell University, 2004)
    Memorial Statement for Professor Howard W. Matott, who died in 2004. 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 ...
  • Matrix - Mineral Interfaces In Biomineralization: Designing An In Vitro Assay For Nacre Formation 

    Keene, Ellen (2010-10-20)
    The formation of biogenic crystals in vivo (biomineralization) is controlled in part by the interface between organic and inorganic components. These interfaces can control the nucleation and growth of crystals, leading ...
  • Matrix Behaviour, Unitary Reducibility, and Hadamard Products 

    Viswanath, D.; Trefethen, L. N. (Cornell University, 1996-07)
    The question investigated here is: if two matrices $A$ and $B$ in $\CNN$ have identical behaviour in a unitarily invariant norm $\norm{\cdot}$, \ie,\ $\norm{p(A)} = \norm{p(B)}$ for every polynomial $p$ with complex ...
  • Matrix Computations and Signal Processing 

    Van Loan, Charles (Cornell University, 1987-09)
    The interactions between the signal processing and matrix computation areas is explored by examining some subspace dimension estimation problems that arise in a pair of direction-of-arrival algorithms: MUSIC and ESPRIT. ...
  • Matrix Iterations: The Six Gaps Between Potential Theory and Convergence 

    Driscoll, Tobin A.; Toh, Kim-Chuan; Trefethen, Lloyd N. (Cornell University, 1996-06)
    The theory of the convergence of Krylov subspace iterations for linear systems of equations (conjugate gradients, biconjugate gradients, GMRES, QMR, Bi-CGSTAB, ...) is reviewed. For a computation of this kind, an estimated ...
  • Matrix Sampling For Global Illumination 

    Hasan, Milos (2009-10-14)
    Global illumination is the problem of rendering images by simulating the light transport in a scene, also considering the inter-reflection of light between surfaces. One general approach to global illumination that gained ...