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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
2013Extended abstract: Using life cycle based environmental assessment in developing innovative multi-functional glass-polymer windowsALLACKER KAREN JOSEE; CALERO PASTOR MARIA; MATHIEUX FABRICE; BALDASSARRI CATIA; RODERICK Ya
2002Extended Analysis of VVER-1000 Surveillance Data.KRYUKOV Alexander; ERAK D.; DEBARBERIS Luigi; SEVINI Filippo; ACOSTA Beatriz
1990Extended Ductility and Cavitation in a High Manganese Stainless SteelPIATTI Giovanni; MUKHOPADHYAY Jyoti; MUKHERJEE Amiya k.
2007An Extended Use of the Sobol' EstimatorPAGANO ANDREA; RATTO MARCO
2006Extended Worksheets for Case-Study Areas and Variables, Including Sampling Frequency, Number of Sites and Analyzed Variables: A General Protocol Including Methodological Aspects Related to Variations and Uncertainties in Empirical Data Needed to Run and Validate Predictive Models in Coastal ManagementHAKANSON Lars; ANDERSEN Tom; CARSTENSEN J.; ZALDIVAR COMENGES JOSE'; HERNANDEZ GARCIA Emilio
1998EXTENDING ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT PROCESS Generation of Alternatives for Siting and Routining Infra-Structural Facilities by Multi-Criteria Evaluation and Genetic AlgorithmsMARTINHO Angela; PIRES PEREIRA Guimaraes
1998EXTENDING ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENTPROCESSES- Generation of Alternatives for Siting and Routing Infra-structural Facilities by Multi-criteria Evaluation and Genetic AlgorithmsMARTINHO Angela; GUIMARAES PEREIRA A.
2011Extending Geographic and Thematic Range of SPADE/M with HYPRES Soil Profile DataHIEDERER Roland
2012Extending the EmotiNet Knowledge Base to Improve the Automatic Detection of Implicitly Expressed Emotions from TextBALAHUR DOBRESCU ALEXANDRA
2014Extending the EU Renewable Energy Directive sustainability criteria to solid bioenergy from forestsFRITSCHE Uwe; IRIARTE Leire; DE JONG Johnny; AGOSTINI ALESSANDRO; SCARLAT NICOLAE
2009An extensible model library for generating wind speed dataDONATELLI Marcello; BELLOCCHI Gianni; HABYARIMANA Ephrem; CONFALONIERI Roberto; MICALE Fabio
2012An extensible, multi-model software library for simulating crop growth and developmentCONFALONIERI Roberto; BREGAGLIO Simone; STELLA T.; NEGRINI G; ACUTIS Marco; DONATELLI Marcello
2011Extension and validation of the TRANSURANUS Burn-up Model for Helium Production in High Burn-up LWR FuelsBOTAZZOLI Pietro; LUZZI L.; BREMIER Stephan; SCHUBERT Arndt; VAN UFFELEN Paul; WALKER Clive; HAECK W.; GOLL W.
2002An Extension of a Non-Parametric Clustering Algorithm to Derive Radiometrically Homogeneous Objects Pointed by Seeds.SALVADOR CIVIL Raymond; SAN MIGUEL AYANZ Jesus
2012Extension of Low Temperature Emission Test to Euro 6 Diesel VehiclesDARDIOTIS CHRISTOS; MARTINI Giorgio; MAROTTA Alessandro; MANFREDI Urbano
2001Extension of the 3D Range Migration Algorithm to Cylindrical and Spherical Scanning Geometrics.FORTUNY Joaquim; LOPEZ SANCHEZ Juan manuel
2009Extension of the Calibration Curve for the PGRA Facility in PettenNIEVAART Victor Alexander; STECHER-RASMUSSEN Finn; SAUERWEIN Wolfgang; WITTIG A.; MOSS Raymond; APPELMAN K.
2011Extension of the Calibration of an NE-213 Liquid Scintillator Based Pulse Height Response Spectrometer up to 18 MeV Neutron Energy and Leakage Spectrum Measurements on Bismuth at 8 MeV and 18 MeV Neutron EnergiesFENYVESI A.; OLAH L.; VALASTYAN I.; CSIKAI J.; PLOMPEN Arjan; JAIME TORNIN R.; LOEVESTAM NILS EVALD GOERAN; SEMKOVA Valentina
1996Extension of the Pseudodynamic Test Method to Distributed Mass StructuresRENDA Vito; BELLORINI Simona; PAPA Loris
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