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• (Control Systems Laboratory, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2010-01)

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• (1991)
We explore the equation of state of dense matter at densities up to nuclear matter density using the compressible liquid drop model. We consider two primary areas of application: the collapsing core of supernovae and the ...

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• (1991)
We explore the equation of state of dense matter at densities up to nuclear matter density using the compressible liquid drop model. We consider two primary areas of application: the collapsing core of supernovae and the ...

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• (1989)
In the limit of a large number of colors, quantum chromodynamics is thought to reduce to a theory in which mesons are the relevant degrees of freedom. Baryons emerge as topological solitons in such theories. Nucleon ...

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• (Control Systems Laboratory, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1977-01)

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• (1999)
Impression creep measurements were performed on nanocrystalline FeAl specimens sinterforged to full density. The tests were conducted over the temperature range of 500--600°C, and using punches with diameters of 0.5 ...

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• (2000)
Our final objective is thus developing a nonlocal exchange-correlation functional that produces both good structural properties and KS eigenvalue spectra, which is equivalent to the problem of finding a proper way of ...

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• (1988)
Seven species of leaf-feeding insects were found on lamb's-quarters plants (Chenopodium album L. Chenopodiaceae) in central Illinois. The two most abundant were the microlepidopteran leaf miner Chrysopora lingulacella ...

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In this dissertation, we study a family of non-standard digital representations in base 3. Let A be an index set such that A={0,u1,u2}, where u1 is equivalent to 1 (mod 3) and u2 is equivalent to 2 (mod 3). We study the ...

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• (, 1908)

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• (, 1909)

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• (1967)

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• (2001)
Chapter 3 introduces an efficient and robust parametric inference which minimizes the Hellinger distance between two nonparametrically smoothed density estimates: the simulated model density and corresponding observed ...

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• (1990)
Probability density functions are estimated by the method of maximum likelihood in sequences of regular exponential families. The approximation families of log-densities that we consider are polynomials, splines, and ...

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• (2005)
Two decades after the discovery of C60, fullerenes continue to be intensely studied for their diverse properties, not the least of which is their unusually high superconducting transition temperature T c (up to 40 K in ...

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• (2005-10)

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• (1997)
Hydrogenated amorphous silicon is a relatively new material with device applications including photovoltaics. Intrinsic and light-induced electronic defects reduce the efficiency of a-Si:H solar cells. Although hydrogen ...

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• (1997)
Our calculations clarify the role of H during electronic defect formation. We calculate the energetics for H to move from a variety of Si-H bonds to the bulk chemical potential. For isolated Si-H bonds (i.e. in micro-cavities ...

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• (1997)
Cu ions exchanged into zeolites like ZSM-5 show high catalytic activity for the decomposition of environmentally harmful NO to harmless N$\sb2$ and O$\sb2.$ The present work is an attempt to study this phenomenon using a ...

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