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  • A message to Shocker students, faculty and staff 

    Lefever, Shirley; Hall, Teri (Wichita State University, 2020-11-24)
    Interim provost Shirley Lefever and vice president Teri Hall thanked the campus community for the students and employees flexibility, patience, and resilience and grace during pandemics; clarified that Wichita State classes ...
  • Interim President Rick Muma reminds Shocker Nation to remain safe 

    Muma, Richard D. (Wichita State University, 2020-10-28)
    As the weather gets colder and we approach holiday season, it’s more important than ever that we remain diligent in staying safe as we co-exist with COVID-19.
  • Increasing stability in acoustic and elastic inverse source problems 

    Entekhabi, Mozhgan (Nora); Isakov, Victor, 1947- (SIAM Publ, 2020-10-22)
    We study increasing stability in the inverse scattering source problem for the Helmholtz equation and the classical Lamé system in the three dimensional space from boundary data at multiple wave numbers. As additional data ...
  • Stability and the inverse gravimetry problem with minimal data 

    Isakov, Victor, 1947-; Titi, Aseel (e Gruyter Open Ltd, 2020-10-11)
    The inverse problem in gravimetry is to find a domain ð • inside the reference domain ω from boundary measurements of gravitational force outside ω. We found that about five parameters of the unknown ð • can be stably ...
  • Deep Learning for Optimal Resource Allocation in IoT-enabled Additive Manufacturing 

    Mashhadi, Farshad; Salinas Monroy, Sergio A. (IEEE, 2020-10-13)
    Additive manufacturing is revolutionizing the way that we produce, deliver, and consume objects in many industries. Compared to traditional manufacturing, where large factories mass produce objects far away from consumers, ...

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