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  • Computational Methods for Investigating Higher Teichmüller Spaces 

    Malik, Arjun (2020-11)
    This paper deals with the discrete subgroup problem, solvable through the study of higher Teichmüller theory. The discrete subgroup problem is as follows: given a Lie group (a group with continuity) such as R, how do you ...
  • Rural Revitalization in Mitarai, Osaki Shimojima Island, Japan, PRP 215 

    Eaton, David J. (LBJ School of Public Affairs, 2020)
    Throughout the Japanese Edo period (1603-1868) Mitarai, a coastal town in Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan, flourished as a fishing and mercantile port, with a secondary economy producing mandarins. The characteristic architecture ...
  • A Shorty Short 

    Lagundino, Flordelino (2004-05-22)
    not available
  • Reverse osmosis-based water management for US shale fields 

    Kar, Aritra; 0000-0002-3574-1242 (2018-09-11)
    Natural gas worth upto 50 billion USD (4% of global production) is flared in oilfields globally, with the US ranked 4th among top flaring nations. Venting and flaring of gas are very common, due to absence of economically ...
  • Stratigraphy of the Gomez Peak area, Trans-Pecos, Texas 

    Taylor, Dennis Ritch, 1928- (1952)
    Exposed beds in the Gomez Peak area include a 1000-foot Cretaceous section of Comanche (Kent Station limestone, Buda limestone) and Gulf series (Boquillas formation and "Austin-Taylor" marl) overlain by a 1600-foot Tertiary ...

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