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Maryland - LIB - 1903
Conscious experience versus conscious thoughtPeter CarruthersAre there different constraints on theories of conscious experience as against theories of conscious propositional thought? Is what is problematic or puzzling about each of these phenome
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Conscious experience versus conscious thoughtPeter CarruthersAre there different constraints on theories of conscious experience as against theories of conscious propositional thought? Is what is problematic or puzzling about each of these phenome
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Suffering without subjectivityPeter CarruthersThis paper argues that it is possible for suffering to occur in the absence of phenomenal consciousness in the absence of a certain sort of experiential subjectivity, that is. (Phenomenal consciousnes
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Suffering without subjectivityPeter CarruthersThis paper argues that it is possible for suffering to occur in the absence of phenomenal consciousness in the absence of a certain sort of experiential subjectivity, that is. (Phenomenal consciousnes
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John Archibald Wheelerand the receritification of General Relativity as True Physics- Charles W Misner University of MarylandThe lecture that follows is being given by Charles Misner at the University of Maryland as one of the general relativity s
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John Archibald Wheelerand the receritification of General Relativity as True Physics- Charles W Misner University of MarylandThe lecture that follows is being given by Charles Misner at the University of Maryland as one of the general relativity s
Maryland - LIB - 1903
John A. Wheeler & Astrophysical RelativityCharles W Misner University of MarylandorJohn A Wheeler and the recertification of GR as true physicsJ A Wheeler phasesParticles/nuclear 1933-1955Fields/general relativity 1953-1977Information/`It
Maryland - LIB - 7871
John A. Wheeler & Astrophysical RelativityCharles W Misner University of MarylandorJohn A Wheeler and the recertification of GR as true physicsJ A Wheeler phasesParticles/nuclear 1933-1955Fields/general relativity 1953-1977Information/`It
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Stat 400 In Class Worksheet 3 T.A. Emily King February 20, 2008 1. (Book p 89 #2) Give 3 examples of Bernoulli rvs (other than those presented in class). 2. (Modied from book p 90 #4) Let X be the number of non-zero digits in a randomly selected zip
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Stat 400 In Class Worksheet 13 T.A. Emily King May 6, 2008 1. (Exam # 1, question 1) A student is working on three projects. Let Ai , i = 1, 2, 3 denote the event that the ith project will be completed by the due date. (a) Using the operations of uni
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Mat. Res. Soc. Symp. Proc. Vol. 738 2003 Materials Research SocietyG5.6.1Magnetic Force Microscopy Imaging of Current Paths1R. Yongsunthon1, A. Stanishevsky2, P. J. Rous3, and E. D. Williams1 Department of Physics, University of Maryland, Col
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PHYSICAL REVIEW B 66, 085327 2002Dynamics of step uctuations on a chemically heterogeneous surface of AlSi111-)I. Lyubinetsky, D. B. Dougherty, T. L. Einstein, and E. D. Williams*University of Maryland, Department of Physics & MRSEC, College Park
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JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICSVOLUME 92, NUMBER 31 AUGUST 2002Test of response linearity for magnetic force microscopy dataR. Yongsunthon and E. D. Williamsa)Department of Physics, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland 20742J. McCoy an
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VOLUME 89, NUMBER 13PHYSICA L R EVIEW LET T ERS23 SEPTEMBER 2002Experimental Persistence Probability for Fluctuating StepsD. B. Dougherty,1 I. Lyubinetsky,1 E. D. Williams,1 M. Constantin,2 C. Dasgupta,2 and S. Das Sarma 2Materials Research S
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REPORTS23. M. I. Hernandez, N. Halberstadt, W. D. Sands, K. C. Janda, J. Chem. Phys. 113, 7252 (2000). 24. E. Lee, D. Farrelly, K. B. Whaley, Phys. Rev. Lett. 83, 3812 (1999). 25. S. Grebenev et al., J. Chem. Phys. 112, 4485 (2000). 26. Supported by
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Photoelectron emission microscopy of ultrathin oxide covered devicesV. W. Ballarottoa)The Laboratory for Physical Sciences, 8050 Greenmead Drive, College Park, Maryland 20740M. Breban, K. Siegrist, R. J. Phaneuf, and E. D. WilliamsDepartment of
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Applied Surface Science 175176 (2001) 3335Decay of silicon mounds: scaling laws and description with continuum step parametersA. Ichimiyaa,*, K. Hayashia, E.D. Williamsb, T.L. Einsteinb, M. Uwahac, K. Watanabec,1aDepartment of Quantum Engineeri
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Scanning Tunneling Spectroscopy of Field-Induced Au Nanodots on Ultrathin Oxides on Si(100)Jeong Young Park 1,3, a) , R. J. Phaneuf 2,3, and E. D. Williams1,31Department of Physics, University of Maryland College Park, Maryland 20742 2 Departmen
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Surface Science 487 (2001) 171179www.elsevier.nl/locate/suscInitial stage of in-phase step wandering on Si(1 1 1) vicinal surfacesM. Degawa a, K. Thrmer b, I. Morishima a, H. Minoda a, K. Yagi a, u E.D. Williams b,*aDepartment of Physics, Tok
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Surface Science 481 (2001) 1324www.elsevier.nl/locate/suscContinuous and discontinuous transitions on 3D equilibrium crystal shapes: a new look at Pb and AuA. Emundts a, H.P. Bonzel a,*, P. Wynblatt b, K. Thrmer c, J. Reutt-Robey c, u E.D. Willi
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Photon Energy Dependence of Contrast in Photoelectron Emission Microscopy of Si DevicesV. W. Ballarotto, K. Siegrist, R. J. Phaneuf, and E. D. Williams University of Maryland and Laboratory for Physical Sciences, College Park, MD 20740W.-C. Yang a
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Calibrated MFM Measurement of Current-carrying LinesR. Yongsunthon, J. McCoy, E. D. WilliamsDepartment of Physics, University of Maryland College Park, MD 20742-4011 U.S.AAbstractAn experimental configuration for evaluating the MFM instrument
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Surface Science 492 (2001) L671L676www.elsevier.com/locate/suscp p Step wandering on Al/Si(1 1 1)-( 3 3) surface at high temperaturesI. Lyubinetsky, D.B. Dougherty, H.L. Richards 1, T.L. Einstein, E.D. Williams *Department of Physics and MRSEC
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Variation of Threshold Field in Field Induced Fabrication of Au Nanodots on Ultrathin in-situ Grown Silicon Oxide.Jeong Young Park 1,3, a) , R. J. Phaneuf 2,3, and E. D. Williams1,32Department of Physics, University of Maryland College Park, Mar
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PEEM Imaging of Dopant Contrast in Si(001)V.W. Ballarotto, K. Siegrist, R.J. Phaneuf, E.D. WilliamsLaboratory for Physical Sciences and University of Maryland, College Park, MD 20740S. MogrenMicroelectronics Research Laboratory, Columbia, MD 207
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On the Fidelity of 802.11 Packet TracesAaron Schulman, Dave Levin, and Neil SpringDepartment of Computer Science University of Maryland, College Park {schulman,dml,nspring}@cs.umd.eduAbstract. Packet traces from 802.11 wireless networks are incom
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On the use of Flow Migration for Handling Short-term OverloadsKuo-Tung Kuo Surapich Phuvoravan Bobby Bhattacharjee Richard Jun La Mark Shayman Hyeong Soo Chang University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland, USAAbstract In this work, we investigat
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Minimum Interference Algorithm for Integrated Topology Control and Routing in Wireless Optical Backbone NetworksFangting Sun and Mark ShaymanDepartment of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Maryland, College Park, MD 20742Abstract
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Local Restoration for Bandwidth Guaranteed Connections in Mobile Optical Backbone NetworksFangting Sun Mark Shaymanftsun@glue.umd.edu shayman@glue.umd.edu Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Maryland, College Park, MD 2
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Rollout Algorithms for Topology Control and Routing of Unsplittable Flows in Wireless Optical Backbone Networks*Abhishek Kashyap, Mehdi Kalantari, Kwangil Lee and Mark ShaymanDepartment of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Maryland
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2005 Conference on Information Sciences and Systems, The Johns Hopkins University, March 1618, 2005Reconguration of MPLS/WDM Networks Using Simulation-based Markov Decision ProcessesPedram J. Fard, Richard J. La, Kwangil Lee, Steven I. Marcus, Mar
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Topology design for wireless ad-hoc networks with backbone supportYufeng Xin, Tuna Gven, Mark A. Shayman u Institute for Advanced Computer Studies, University of Maryland, College Park, MD 20742, USA e-mail: {yxin@umiacs, tguven@eng, shayman@eng}.um
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Network Topology Control and Routing under Interface Constraints by Link EvaluationMehdi Kalantari Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering University of Maryland, College Park, MD 20742 Phone: 301 405 8841, Email: mehkalan@eng.umd.edu Abhi