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Some aspects of time-dependent one-dimensional random walks.
(Virginia Tech, 1968-09-05)
This dissertation contains a study of related topics connected with the one-dimensional random walk which proceeds by steps of Â±1 occurring at random time intervals. In general it is assumed that these intervals are ...
Biology and natural control of the white pine weevil, Pissodes strobi (Peck), in Virginia
(Virginia Tech, 1966-06-05)
Ovariole development and termination of diapause in the white pine weevil were studied by dissecting weevils at various intervals throughout the winter. Old-generation adults brought into the laboratory November produced ...
Treatment of overflows from combines sewers
(Virginia Tech, 1968-04-15)
A finite strain theory, and its application to the plane stress response of polyurethane
(Virginia Tech, 1966-05-05)
The theory proposed in this thesis is an attempt to bridge the gap that exists between the linear and nonlinear theories of Elasticity.
False lock in sampled-data phase lock loops.
(Virginia Tech, 1968-08-13)
An optical study of lithium and lithium-oxygen complexes as donor impurties in single crystal silicon
(Virginia Tech, 1964-03-05)
<p>For the sake of clarity, the results of this investigation are presented in two parts; first we discuss the lithium donor in silicon, and later the lithium-oxygen interaction in silicon. We present here a discussion of ...
Functional observations :a biostatistical study of growth
(Virginia Tech, 1963-05-15)
<p>A formulation is presented which describes a new method of handling responses which are characteristically a function relating measurable random variables to mathematical variables. The formulation considers each response ...
A response surface approach to the mixture problem when the mixture components are categorized.
(Virginia Tech, 1968-12-05)
Ultrasonic energy as a cleaning agent and its influence on the respiratory activity and leaf anatomy of Brassica Oleraceae var. Acephala
(Virginia Tech, 1966-05-02)
<p>This investigation was undertaken to determine the effectiveness of ultrasonic energy in removing spray residue from collards, to determine its effect on the content of ascorbic acid and carotene levels in the treated ...
Prediction of the running torque of instrument ball bearings at high speed under combined radial and axial loads.
(Virginia Tech, 1968-08-05)