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    • Galactic cosmic-ray modulation in a realistic global magnetohydrodynamic heliosphere 

      Luo, Xi; Zhang, Ming; Rassoul, Hamid K.; Pogorelov, Nikolai V.; Heerikhuisen, Jacob (2013-02-10)
      To understand the behavior of cosmic-ray modulation seen by the two Voyager spacecraft in the region near the termination shock (TS) and in the heliosheath at a distance of >100 AU, a realistic magnetohydrodynamic global ...
    • GAMMATONE AND MFCC FEATURES IN SPEAKER RECOGNITION 

      Burgos, Wilson (2014-11)
      The feature analysis component of an Automated Speaker Recognition (ASR) system plays a crucial role in the overall performance of the system. There are many feature extraction techniques available, but ultimately we ...
    • Gel formation in protein amyloid aggregation: A physical mechanism for cytotoxicity 

      Burnett, Lisa Cole; Woodard, Daniel; Bell, Dylan; Tipton, David A.; Durrance, Samuel; Li, Bin; Xu, Shaohua (2014-04-16)
      Amyloid fibers are associated with disease but have little chemical reactivity. We investigated the formation and structure of amyloids to identify potential mechanisms for their pathogenic effects. We incubated lysozyme ...
    • A generalized framework for reasoning with angular directions 

      Mitra, Debasis (2001-11-03)
      This extended abstract presents a new scheme for qualitative reasoning with directions between points in 2D-space, called Star-ontology(6). The current results of our study on the complexity issues for reasoning with ...
    • Global Caccioppoli-type and Poincaré inequalities with Orlicz norms 

      Agarwal, Ravi P.; Ding, Shusen (2010-03-14)
      We obtain global weighted Caccioppoli-type and Poincaré inequalities in terms of Orlicz norms for solutions to the nonhomogeneous A -harmonic equation d A(x,d)=B(x,d).
    • Global organizational psychology: internationalizing the training curriculum 

      Griffith, Richard L.; Gabrenya, William; Steelman, Lisa A.; Armon, Brigitte; Gitlin, Beth; Kung, Mavis (2012-12)
      Due to the rapid of globalization in the Information Age, students must become adept at navigating the complex and ambiguous nature of the global business environment. One major roadblock for training students to become ...
    • GPS Sun tracking Solar Panel 

      Alyammahi, Ahmed; Alsaif, Abdullah; Alfi, Hussam; Alqahtani, Abdulaziz
      The concept of our project is based on the Global Positioning System (GPS) controlled Sun Tracking System and the name of our model is GPS CONTROLLED SUN TRACKING SYSTEM. The solar panel will directed towards sun in order ...
    • Graphene/GaN Schottky diodes: Stability at elevated temperatures 

      Tongay, Sefaattin; Lemaitre, Maxime G.; Schumann, Timo; Berke, Kara; Appleton, Bill R.; Gila, Brent P.; Hebard, Arthur F. (2011-09-07)
      Rectification and thermal stability of diodes formed at graphene/GaN interfaces have been investigated using Raman Spectroscopy and temperature-dependent current-voltage measurements. The Schottky barriers formed between ...
    • HAWQ DD 

      Subramanian, A.; Hicks, A.; Romano, C.; Gatera, G.; Alameri, J.; Dushane, M.; Rhoney, M.; Momanyi, N.; Burke, S.
      Execute an autonomous mission to deliver a package to a predetermined location. HAWQ DD (Hybrid Autonomous Winged Quadrotor Delivery Drone) transitions from quadcopter configuration to fixed wing and delivers the 3 kg ...
    • HEAT: runtime interception of Win32 functions 

      Andrews, Michael M. (2003-01-14)
      When researching in any field, it is always important to build upon existing work. In most research disciplines, the core base is well defined and widely documented. However, the basis of innovative research in computer ...
    • Heavy-flavor electron-muon correlations in p+p and d+Au collisions at sNN =200 GeV 

      Hohlmann, Marcus; Rembeczki, S.; Baksay, Gyöngyi; Baksay, László A; Adare, Andrew Marshall; Afanasiev, Sergei V.; Aidala, Christine A.; Ajitanand, N. N.; Akiba, Yasuyuki; Al-Bataineh, H. (2014-03-31)
      Background: Heavy-flavor modification in relativistic p(d)+A collisions are sensitive to different kinds of strong-interaction physics ranging from modifications of the nuclear wave function to initial- and final-state ...
    • Heavy-quark production in p + p and energy loss and flow of heavy quarks in Au + Au collisions at √sNN=200 GeV 

      Baksay, László A; Baksay, Gyöngyi; Dehmelt, Klaus; Hohlmann, Marcus; Rembeczki, Szabolcs; Adare, Andrew Marshall; Afanasiev, Sergei V.; Aidala, Christine A.; Ajitanand, N. N.; Akiba, Yasuyuki (2011-10-10)
      Transverse momentum spectra of electrons (pTe) from semileptonic weak decays of heavy-flavor mesons in the range of 0.3<pTe<9.0 GeV/c have been measured at midrapidity (|y|<0.35) by the PHENIX experiment at the Relativistic ...
    • Heliospheric influence on the anisotropy of TeV cosmic rays 

      Zhang, Ming; Zuo, Pingbing; Pogorelov, Nikolai V. (2014-06-26)
      This paper provides a theory of using Liouville's theorem to map the anisotropy of TeV cosmic rays seen at Earth using the particle distribution function in the local interstellar medium (LISM). The ultimate source of ...
    • High pT direct photon and π0 triggered azimuthal jet correlations and measurement of kT for isolated direct photons in p+p collisions at √s=200GeV 

      Adare, Andrew Marshall; Afanasiev, Sergei V.; Aidala, Christine A.; Ajitanand, N. N.; Akiba, Yasuyuki; Baksay, Gyöngyi; Baksay, László A; Dehmelt, Klaus; Hohlmann, Marcus; Rembeczki, Szabolcs (2010-10-04)
      Correlations of charged hadrons of 1<pT<10Gev/c with high pT direct photons and π0 mesons in the range 5<p T<15Gev/c are used to study jet fragmentation in the γ+jet and dijet channels, respectively. The magnitude of the ...
    • High-speed X-ray images of triggered lightning dart leaders 

      Dwyer, Joseph R.; Schaal, M. M.; Rassoul, Hamid K.; Uman, Martin A.; Jordan, Douglas M.; Hill, Dustin (2011-10-26)
      We present the first high-time resolution two-dimensional images of X-ray emissions from lightning. The images were recorded at a rate of 10 million per second using a new pinhole-type camera, located 44 m from rocket-and-wire- ...
    • HOLOGRAPHIC-BASED LEAKY WAVE ANTENNAS AND PHONON-ENHANCED WAVEGUIDES FOR INFRARED APPLICATIONS 

      Manene, Franklin Muriuki (2014-12)
      This work contributes to critical requirements for antenna-coupled detection applications: 1) large capture cross section with design control of angular response and 2) long propagation lengths of complex signals. ...
    • The horizontal electric field induced by a lightning return stroke 

      Meredith, Scott L.; Earles, Susan K.; Turner, Niescja E. (2010)
      Problem statement: Develop a new formula which describes the horizontal electric field induced by a lightning return stroke in contact with an imperfect conductive surface. Approach: A new method for describing the horizontal ...
    • The horizontal electric field induced by a lightning return stroke 

      Meredith, Scott L.; Earles, Susan K.; Turner, Niescja E. (2010)
      Problem statement: Develop a new formula which describes the horizontal electric field induced by a lightning return stroke in contact with an imperfect conductive surface. Approach: A new method for describing the horizontal ...
    • Hubble space telescope near-infrared snapshot survey of 3cr radio source counterparts. III. Radio Galaxies and quasars in context 

      Floyd, David J. E.; Axon, David; Baum, Stefi; Capetti, Alessandro; Chiaberge, Marco; Madrid, Juan P.; O'Dea, Christopher P.; Perlman, Eric S.; Sparks, William B. (2010-03-17)
      We compare the near-infrared (NIR) H-band photometric and morphological properties of low-z (z < 0.3) 3CR radio galaxies with samples of BL Lac objects and quasar host galaxies, merger remnants, quiescent elliptical galaxies, ...
    • HUMAN INFLUENCES ON ANURAN DISTRIBUTION CHANGES IN THE SOUTHEASTERN U.S.A. 

      Luce, Michelle Diane (2014-07)
      As human populations continue to expand and grow, ecosystems and the species that inhabit them face ever-increasing stress. To conserve these ecosystems, scientists use indicator species to try to measure the impact ...