Theses and Dissertations from UMD

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  • Data Acquisition Interface of a VLSI Cochlea Model 

    Edwards, Thomas G. (1993)
    Computer models of cochlear processing take exceedingly long times to run, even for short data sets. A data acquisition system was developed for a new switched-capacitor VLSI cochlea model chip, in order to rapidly perform ...
  • Navier Stokes Solutions for Chemical Laser Flows: Steady and Unsteady Flows 

    Kothari, Ajay Prasannajit (1979)
    This work consists of an overall effort to apply a detailed and accurate computational fluid dynamic technique to the solution of practical high energy laser flows. In particular, a third generation of super sonic ...
  • Demographic Investigation of a Piscataway Creek Ossuary 

    Ashmore, Rebecca Anne Huss (1974)
    Skeletal material from an ossuary on Piscataway Creek was analyzed to determine the minimum number of individuals present, and their sex, stature, developmental life stage and age at death. Cultural debris indicated a date ...
  • Political Economy of the Third World Bilateralism 

    Moon, Chung-in (1984)
    The birth and development of extensive bilateral economic ties between Korea and Saudi Arabia, as we explained in Chapter Four, depended only partly on a set of preconditions conducive to the rise of such bilateralism ...
  • Evaluation of Prince George's County, Maryland Day Reporting Program 

    Trader, Lois LaChance (1996)
    Prefaced by an ever-increasing prison population, departments of correction are turning toward alternatives to incarceration for many non-violent, low-risk offenders. The need for alternatives to incarceration has ...

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