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NONLINEAR PARAMETRIC INVERSION USING INTERPOLATORY MODEL REDUCTION
(Siam Publications, 2015-01-01)
Comment on "Evidence for narrow baryon resonances in inelastic pp scattering"
(American Physical Society, 1998-08-10)
Nonuniversal exponents in interface growth - Newman and Swift reply
(American Physical Society, 1998-12-14)
Structured noncommutative multidimensional linear systems
(Siam Publications, 2005)
We introduce a class of multidimensional linear systems with evolution along a free semigroup. The transfer function for such a system is a formal power series in noncommuting indeterminates. Standard system-theoretic ...
What does the yield curve tell us about exchange rate predictability?
(MIT Press, 2013-03)
Since the term structure of interest rates embodies information about future economic activity, we extract relative Nelson-Siegel (1987) factors from cross-country yield curve differences to proxy expected movements in ...
Terrorist Attacks vs Cultural Suicide: Which Most Threatens Human Survival
(Asian Journal of Experimental Sciences, 2008)
On September 11, 2001, terrorists commandeered four commercial airliners and crashed two into the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center in New York City; the third crashed into the Pentagon near Washington, DC; and, in the ...
The Future Eaters
(Virginia Tech, 2006)
The 20% ecological overshoot in 2002 took 20% more natural resources than the Earth could regenerate. This overshoot is considered a measure of how humankind is _eating its future. Exceeding the planet s carrying capacity ...
(International Journal of Sustainable Development and World Ecology, 2007)
Humankind is dependent upon Earth s ecological life support system, whose well-being, in turn, depends upon the practices of human society. The health of both systems requires harmonious, mutualistic interactions between ...
Social Action, Social Responsibility, and Secondary Sources of Environmental Information
(Virginia Tech, 2005)
It should be an expectation that scientists and intellectuals accept social responsibility. However, one obstacle to this goal is communicating basic messages of information generated by science professionals to the general ...