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    • Isotropic Effective Energy Simulated Annealing Searches for Low Energy Molecular Cluster States 

      Coleman, Thomas F.; Shalloway, David; Wu, Zhijun (Cornell University, 1992-11)
      The search for low energy states of molecular clusters is associated with the study of molecular conformation and especially protein folding. This paper describes a new global minimization algorithm which is effective ...
    • The Issue of Crops Establishment in Burkina Faso Western Area 

      Son, G.; Bourarach, E.H.; Ashburner, J. (International Commission of Agricultural Engineering, 2003-09)
      This is an Invited Paper from International Commission of Agricultural Engineering (CIGR, Commission Internationale du Genie Rural) E-Journal Volume 5 (2003): G. Son, E.H. Bourarach, and J. Ashburner. The Issue of Crops ...
    • Issues in NP-Optimization and Approximation 

      Ranjan, Desh (Cornell University, 1992-08)
      Optimization or finding the best solution for a problem amongst several possible ones is one of the central themes in computing. In particular, NP-optimization (NPO) problems, examples of which include such well-known ...
    • Issues in Ordered Multicast Performance: A Simulation Study 

      Kalantar, Michael (Cornell University, 1995-08)
      Process groups are an increasingly popular tool for programming distributed systems. Such groups consist of collections of processes that work together to provide reliability, fault tolerance, task distribution, ...
    • Issues In The Semantics Of Mandarin Questions 

      Dong, Hongyuan (2009-10-13)
      This dissertation strives to explain certain long-standing issues in Mandarin questions within a new framework, i.e. the Alternative Semantics theory, and also to bring in hitherto unnoticed new data. Part I of the ...
    • Istvan Burbank Interview, July 14, 2013 

      Burbank, Istvan (2013-07-14)
      Interview conducted July 14, 2013 by Eugene Dynkin with Istvan Burbank.
    • It All Adds Up 

      Bristow, Barbara J. (Cornell Cooperative Extension, 1998-05)
      This manual is a consumer education program for teens. It provides a basic understanding of the responsible handling of money, including savings and checking accounts, shopping, understanding the role of advertising, and ...
    • It's Gotten Rotten 

      Cornell Waste Management Institute (Cornell Waste Management Institute. Produced by Photosynthesis Productions, 1997)
    • It's the people we develop who matter. 

      Howland, Betsey (DairyBusiness East The Manager, 2015-10)
      Invest in employee development for grow future managers.
    • It'S The Prosocial Thought That Counts: Authenticity, Sincerity, And Perceived Motives In Dyadic Exchange 

      Hoffberg, Matthew (2013-05-26)
      Despite the importance of authenticity and sincerity in the public imagination, sociological investigation has been stymied by the murkiness of these concepts. In this dissertation, I clarify these concepts and situate ...
    • It's Time to Tell Your Farm Story 

      Ziehm, Jessica (2016-03-08)
    • It-Enabled Customer Service Systems Design, Delivery And The Resulting Customer Satisfaction And Value 

      Lui, Tsz (2009-10-14)
      Customer service has become a critical component of what a firm offers to its customers to generate customer value. Since there is a lack of strong conceptual foundation for the service economy, the science of service has ...
    • It?s a Jungle Out There: A Real-World Analysis of Lying in Instant Messaging 

      Perlin, Joshua (2008-07-07)
      Analysis of instant messaging deception has never been conducted using real-world data. This study tracked and analyzed deceptions in participants? real-life instant messaging conversations, analyzing them on a message-by-message ...
    • IT@Cornell 

      Dodds, Ted (Cornell University Library, 2012-02-01)
      Technology is changing almost everything we know about books, reading, and libraries: the way we access information, the way we read books, and even how one defines 'library.' Ted Dodds, Chief Information Officer and Vice ...
    • IT@Cornell: How It Works and Where It's Going 

      Krafft, Dean; Dodds, Ted (Cornell University Library, 2013-01-07)
      On Monday, January 7, 2013 at 1PM at the Physical Sciences Seminar Room 120, the Library Forum Steering Committee presented: "IT@Cornell: How It Works and Where It's Going" featuring: Dean Krafft, Chief Technology ...
    • Italian political cinema:Surveying a once glorious genrein times of anguish 

      Testa, Carlo (2006-02-28)
      Because in the Entralogos context I will dwell in some detail on the theoretical issues underpinning my interest in literature and culture, in the present pages I shall focus instead on some specific historical aspects of ...
    • Item Vs. Collection Level Censuses in University Libraries 

      Berney, Tre; Harris, Joshua; Mericle, Danielle (2015-11-20)
      Many institutions are planning campus-wide assessments of media holdings as a way to begin systematic digitization of content for preservation and access, or to make arguments for broader institutional support. Josh Harris, ...
    • Items with LC call numbers charged out from Olin on 8/29/07 

      Pettis, Lydia (2008-04-08)
      This report was created for the Olin Renovation Committee. It counts the number of Olin stacks items with LC call numbers charged out on 8/29/07, by LC class and shelving size.
    • Iterated Trilinear Fourier Integrals With Arbitrary Symbols 

      Jung, Joeun (2015-08-17)
      My research interests fall under the broad categories of harmonic analysis and partial differential equations, with a particular focus on multilinear harmonic analysis with time-frequency analysis techniques. I have been ...