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(200902)NAMD is a portable parallel application for biomolecular simulations. NAMD pioneered the use of hybrid spatial and force decomposition, a technique used by most scalable programs for biomolecular simulations, including ...
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(1984)Referencing remote entities by names rather than by addresses is desirable in computer network or a jointnetwork. In this thesis, the naming and addressing problems in the internetwork environment are studied. Four naming ...
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(1980)This work consists of a development and an investigation of the computational process of network matching as it is applied to the computer vision domain. In particular a cost based definition of network matching is developed ...
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(1987)Data replication in distributed database systems is designed to achieve high reliability and availability. In case of network partitioning, the mutual consistency of data may become doubtful unless the transaction processing ...
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(1991)A neural networkbased material modeling methodology for engineering materials is developed in this study. With this material modeling methodology, the stressstrain behavior of a material is captured within the distributed ...
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(1994)Neural networks are developed for controlling a robotarm and camera system and for processing images. The networks are based upon computational schemes that may be found in the brain.
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(1996)Engineering software systems, like CAD and CASE, are popular and important for today's industry. As applications of engineering software systems are getting more complex, engineering database systems, like CAD and CASE ...
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(1994)In recent years, computer systems with complex architectural features have been designed and built without a complete understanding of the performance impact of the features. All current systems with complex architectures ...
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(1995)Niching methods extend genetic algorithms to domains that require the location and maintenance of multiple solutions. Such domains include classification and machine learning, multimodal function optimization, multiobjective ...
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(1996)This thesis introduces a new set theory referred to as the graphisomorphism set theory (GST). GST does not satisfy the foundation axiom. Peter Aczel has presented several nonwellfounded (NWF) set theories within a unified ...
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(1991)This research investigates packet switching with gigabitpersecond ports for integrated broadband services. The Pulsar switch design is based on a fast wordparallel shiftregister ring, and it is a platform for studying ...
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(1987)Increases in high speed hardware have mandated studies in software techniques to exploit the parallel capabilities. This thesis examines the effects a runtime scheduler has on a multiprocessor. The model consists of ...
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(1990)This thesis describes progress in the development of lowprofile radiating lines for producing circularly polarized radiation. A numerical study of the Annular Sector Radiating Line (ANSERLIN) antenna was undertaken using ...
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(1984)In this thesis, we propose a numerical conformal mapping procedure for constructing the unique transformation that maps a unit disk onto a simply connected irregular region. All the systems of linear equations that arise ...
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(1983)In parameter estimation, the coefficient parameters of a system of differential equations are often determined by error norm minimization. Minimization codes may require that partial derivatives with respect to parameters ...
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(1989)In this dissertation we consider the numerical solution of large $(100 \leq n \leq 1000)$ and very large $(n \geq 1000)$, sparse Lyapunov equations $AX + XA\sp\prime + Q = 0$. We first present a parallel version of the ...
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(1990)One of the more spectacular and elusive events of nature is the tornado. Usually spawned by a highly organized, lasting, and rotating thunderstorm called a "supercell", tornadoes are one of the most destructive atmospheric ...
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