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MSI Research Exhibition 2012  [9]

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MSI researchers presented posters of their work at the 2012 MSI Research Exhibition on Friday, April 13, 1-3:30 p.m., on the fourth floor of Walter Library.

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Efficient Algorithms for Geographic Watershed Analysis

Barnes, Richard; Lehman, Clarence; Mulla, David; Galzki, Jacob; Wan, Haibo; Nelson, Joel (2012-07-03)
This project is to analyze where wetlands and other vegetated buffers can be placed on the landscape to intercept drain waters and help purify them before they reach the natural watershed. The computational problem comes ...

New Rules for Simulation and Analysis in Ecology, Epidemiology, and Elsewhere

Lehman, Clarence; Keen, Adrienne (2012-06-13)
An invisible "phase change" has recently re-shaped computation, in only a few years. Vast memories allow new modeling methods–still being invented and deployed. We apply such methods to epidemiology and ecology, outlined here.

Ecology of Open Star Clusters

Lehman, Clarence; Lehman, Fred; Barnes, Richard (2012-06-13)
"Ecology of star clusters" examines the interactions of stars, and what can be gleaned from those interactions about the evolution and ultimate fate of star clusters large and small. Questions like: 1) What is the force ...

Monte Carlo Simulation of Type IV Collagen Network Organization

Gyoneva, Lazarina; Segal, Yoav; Dorfman, Kevin; Barocas, Victor H. (2012-06-13)
Type IV collagen is found exclusively in basement membranes where it forms networks that provide much of the membrane's mechanical support. There are two types of collagen IV networks: major and minor, which have different ...

Parallel Computing of Forest Biotic Dynamics

Wythers, Kirk; Zhang, Shuxia; Reich, Peter; Peters, Emily (2012-06-13)
This poster presents a parallel-computing framework developed recently through the collaborative efforts between the College of Food, Agricultural, and Natural Resource Sciences, the Institute of the Environment, and the ...

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