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  • Absorption of carbon dioxide from gas mixtures under pressure 

    Pashkow, Aaron (Armour Institute of Technology, 1921)
    http://www.archive.org/details/absorptionofcarb00pash
  • The academic library building in the digital age : a study of construction, planning, and design of new library space 

    Stewart, Christopher (Association of College & Research Libraries, 2010)
    The Academic Library Building in the Digital Age: A Study of Construction, Planning, and Design of New Library Space is the first comprehensive study of planning and construction of academic library buildings completed ...
  • ACCELPharma (semester?), IPRO 353 

    Josefsson, Gustaf; Ames, Kerry; Calizo, Milagros; Schiller, Brian; Groth, Kristel; Ervin, Natalia; Holmes, Matt; Lee, Hyun; Lim, Eung; Ravi, Iyengar (2006-12)
    AccelPharma intends to enable pharmaceutical and biotech companies to reintroduce withdrawn drugs to the market place through the development, validation, and deployment of personalized medicine models. It differentiates ...
  • ACCESS Healthcare IT (semester ?) IPRO 340 

    Parinda, Shah; Kumar, Shah; Kanishk, Sharma; Peter, Hung; Malwina, Jaracz; Samir, Pancha; Jacquelyn, Lange; Michael, Foster; Vladimir, Andrijevik; Vadim, Sitrisyn (2005-12)
    The overall objective of IPRO 340 is to improve the information technology that corresponds to ACCESS health care.
  • ACCESS Healthcare Perinatal Care (semester 1 of unknown) IPRO 340 

    Bir, Suman; Mathews, Joanne; Oza, Pooja; Resch, Jason; Shah, Parinda; Cohoon, Jesse; Limon, Armando; Thakkar, Dhaval; Wilhoit, Karla (2004-12)
    Our goal was to improve ACCESS Community Health Network’s information systems that support the perinatal treatment program in order to enhance the sectors of revenue and quality of care.
  • ACCESS Healthcare Perinatal Care (semester ?) IPRO 340 

    Matute, Matthew; Resch, Jason; Shah, Jumar; Awosika, Clara; Marri, Reshman; Vo, Giang (2005-05)
    The objective of the Immunization group is to evaluate ACCESS Community Health Care’s immunization program and provide suggestions for improvements to the program. The focus will be on the implementation the TOTS system ...
  • ACCESSIBLE, ALMOST AB INITIO MULTI-SCALE MODELING OF ENTANGLED POLYMERS VIA SLIP-LINKS 

    ANDREEV, MARAT (2014-12)
    It is widely accepted that dynamics of entangled polymers can be described by the tube model. Here we advocate for an alternative approach to entanglement modeling known as slip-links. Recently, slip-links were shown to ...
  • Achipelago the Future City 

    Song, Gil Ryong (2011-12)
    We are in search for many who are thinking about the methods of achieving an international sustainable environment internationally. The low carbon green city is one of the most advanced models to deal with thus related ...
  • ACOUSTIC BEAMFORMING USING PHASED MICROPHONE ARRAY: A NOVEL METHOD TO DETECT AIR INFILTRATION 

    PRAKASH, MANISHA (2013-12)
    The major issue of air in ltration in buildings is the soaring energy consumption. According to the US Department of Energy, in 2003 it was estimated that there was 48% of space conditioning energy consumption due to air ...
  • ACOUSTIC LOCALIZATION OF BREAKDOWN IN RADIO FREQUENCY ACCELERATING CAVITIES 

    LANE, PETER (2016-07)
    Current designs for muon accelerators require high-gradient radio frequency (RF) cavities to be placed in solenoidal magnetic fields. These fields help contain and efficiently reduce the phase space volume of source muons ...
  • ACOUSTICAL ANALYSIS OF A SMALL PERFORMANCE HALL 

    MASONER, ASHLEY (2012-05)
    This thesis studies the acoustics of a 793 seat multi-use theater. The theater is a fan shaped hall with acoustical properties that the building owners found to be wanting. The acoustics were first measured using eight ...
  • ACOUSTICALLY FORCED EXTERNAL PULSED COMBUSTION 

    KARUPPIAH, MANIKANDAN (2011-05)
    Pulsed combustion is one of the most energy-efficient and less polluting ways to produce a hot gas stream for heating purposes. It is usually limited, however, by the need to confine the combustion within a resonant tube. ...
  • The action of a three phase induction motor under various forms of pressure wave 

    Brackett, John; Redman, A. R. (Armour Institute of Technology, 1905)
    http://www.archive.org/details/actionofthreepha00brac
  • ACTION RECOGNITION USING SPATIO-TEMPORAL FEATURE EXTRACTION 

    MESMAKHOSROSHAHI, MARAL (2012-05)
    The importance of automatically recognition of human activities and it's ap- plications increase as the technology is growing fast these days. In this thesis we focus on the action recognition techniques using 3D feature ...
  • ADAPTATION AND RENOVATION OF SCHULZE BAKERY TO A MIXED USE BUILDING 

    Al-Guneid, Wigdan (2011-05)
    Holding focus on techinics and strategies of development arc, a landmark building on the south side of Chicago will be re-adapted and transformed from a bakery to a much needed mixed use building.
  • The adaptation of the multi-tapped auto transformer to dimming of incandescent lamps 

    Simpson, Tracy W. (Armour Institute of Technology, 1909)
    http://www.archive.org/details/adaptationofmult00simp
  • Adaptive Building Skin 

    Kim, Minjae (2010-05-01)
    City is made up of diversity and density. Diverse factors make activities and different relationships in a city. These are very sensitive to other factors’ changes. Their various responses make city dynamic and finally ...
  • Adaptive Control Strategy and Method for Optimizing Hybrid Electric Vehicles 

    Rodriguez, Fernando; Lukic, Srdjan M.; Emadi, Ali (2011-06-07)
    This invention relates a control strategy for a hybrid electric vehicle having an electric motor, a battery and an internal combustion engine. The control strategy improves fuel economy and reduces emissions while providing ...
  • Adaptive control strategy for regulation of blood glucose levels in patients with type 1 diabetes 

    Eren-Oruklu, Meriyan; Cinar, Ali; Quinn, Lauretta; Smith, Donald (ELSEVIER SCI LTD, 2009-09)
    Current insulin therapy for patients with type 1 diabetes often results in high variability in blood glucose concentrations and may cause hype rglycemic/hypoglycemic episodes. Closing the glucose control loop with a fully ...
  • ADAPTIVE COVERING CODES IN THE Q-ARY HYPERCUBE 

    TIETZER, DANIEL (2011-12)
    We investigate a generalized version of the Pathological Liar Game of Ellis and Yan. In our version, there are nonnegative integer parameters M; n; e; a; q with 0 < a < q. The player (Carole) is equipped with M messages, ...