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Experimental Investigation of Light-Gauge Steel Plate Shear Walls for the Seismic Retrofit of Buildings
This report presents experimental investigations into the seismic adequacy of steel plate shear walls (SPSW) utilizing light-gauge cold-rolled infill plates as a more viable option for retrofit scenarios. The interest in ...
Proceedings of the First PRC-US Workshop on Seismic Analysis and Design of Special Bridges
These Proceedings are the result of the first in a series of international workshops on seismic analysis and design of special bridges collaboratively arranged by MCEER and the State Key Laboratory for Disaster Reduction ...
Student Research Accomplishments: 2002-2003
This third issue of the Student Research Accomplishments from the Multidisciplinary Center for Earthquake Engineering (MCEER) features four areas of seismic design and analysis research: structures, bridges, nonstructural ...
Liquefaction Study Report
This report presents the results of the study of the effects of liquefaction and the associated hazards, lateral spreading and flow, which was undertaken in support of the NCHRP 12-49 efforts. The purpose of this study ...
Another contribution to the ATC-MCEER series, Recommended LRFD Guidelines for the Seismic Design of Highway Bridges, this volume contains two design examples: the eighth and ninth design examples in a series originally ...
Gene expression profile of tissue engineered skin subjected to acute barrier disruption
(J. Invest. Dermatol., 2003)
Non-redundant scope disambiguation in Underspecified Semantics
This paper presents a strategy that aims to efficiently avoid the generation of logically equivalent formulas that arise in scope processing applications. Constraint based semantic underspecification formalisms may be ...
What does it mean to be a dependent?
(CSLI Publications, 2003)
This paper shows that the Gerund Phrase (GP) in the Spanish Gerund Construction (e.g., El jefe entr´o a su oficina corriendo, lit. ‘The boss entered his office running’) is sometimes a complement (in SGCC) and sometimes ...