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Comparative analyses of thin paraboloidal shells of revolution under
gravity, Proc. World Conference on Shell Structures (San Francisco,
1962), Nat. Acad. Sci., 1964, Pgs 487500. (With J.W. Mar.)
2. Rotating
shallow elastic shells of revolution, J. of SIAM 13, 1965, Pgs 333352.
(Presented at SIAM Symp.: "Theodore v. Karman  in Memoriam,"
Washington D.C., 1964.) (With E. Reissner.)
3. The influence of shell behavior on the design of
large antennas, Proc. 16th International Astronautical Congress, 1965,
(Athens, Greece) Pgs 183212. (With J. W. Mar.)
4. The use of sandwich shells in large steerable aerials,
Design and construction of Large Steerable Aerials (Proc. Conference
on Large Steerable Aerials for Satellite Communication, Radio Astronomy
and Radar), IEE Conference Publication 21, London 1966, Pgs 125129.
(With J.W. Mar.)
5.
A note on stress strain relations of the linear theory of shells, J.
of Appl. Math. and Phys. (ZAMP) 17, 1966, Pgs 676681. (With E. Reissner.)
6. On
the stress strain relations and strain displacement relations of the
linear theory of shells, Recent Progress in Applied Mechanics (The Folke
Odqvist Volume), Almqvist and Wiksell, Stockholm, 1967, Pgs 487500.
(With E. Reissner.)
7.
A class of unsymmetric stress distributions in helicoidal shells, Quart.
of Applied Math. 24, 1967, Pgs 374379.
8. Membrane and bending stresses in shallow spherical
shells, Intern'l. J. of Solids and Structures 3, 1967, Pgs 353366.
9.
A note on Günther's analysis of couple stress, Mechanics of Generalized
Continua (Proc. IUTAM Symp., Stuttgart, Germany 1967), SpringerVerlag,
1968, Pgs 8386. (With E. Reissner.)
10. On
axial extension and torsion of helicoidal shells, J. Math. and Phys.
47, 1968, Pgs 130. (With E. Reissner.)
11. Pure
bending of shallow helicoidal shells, J. of Applied Mechanics 35, 1968,
Pgs 387392. (Presented at the ASME Summer Meeting, Providence.)
12.
On the displacement boundary value problem of shallow spherical shells,
Intern'l. J. of Solids and Structures 4, 1968, Pgs 661666.
13. Two variational
theorems for thin shells, J. Math. and Phy. 47, 1968, Pgs 429431.
14.
Rotationally symmetric stress and strain in shells of revolution, Studies
in Applied Math.* 48, 1969, Pgs 117. (Also presented at the 12th International
Congress of Applied Mechanics, 1968, Stanford; at the 3rd USSR Congress
of Applied Mechanics, 1968, Moscow.) (With E. Reissner.)
15. On
the equations of linear shallow shell theory, Studies in Applied Math.*
48, 1969, Pgs 133145. (With E. Reissner.)
16. The side force problem
for shallow helicoidal shells, J. Applied Mechanics 36, 1969, Pgs 292295.
(Presented at the ASME Summer Meeting, Evanston.)
17. Stress functions
for nonlinear shallow shell theory, Studies in Applied Math. 48, 1969,
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18.
St. Venant flexure of pretwisted rectangular plates, Intern'l. J. of
Engineering Sciences 7, 1969, Pgs 351360.
19. Exact reductions
of equations of linear theory of shells of revolution, Studies in Applied
Math. 48, 1969, Pgs 361375. (Also presented at the 6th U.S. Congress
of Applied Mechanics, Cambridge.)
20. On the equations
of the linear theory of elastic conical shells, Studies in Appl. Math.
49, 1970, Pgs 6983. (Also presented at the 6th U.S. Congress of Applied
Mechanics, Cambridge.)
21.
Circumferentially sinusoidal stress and strain in shells of revolution,
Intern'l. J. Solids and Structures (IJSS) 6, 1970, Pgs 959973.
22. Rotationally
symmetric shearing and bending of helicoidal shells, Studies in Appl.
Math. 49, 1970, Pgs 351369.
23.
On stretching, twisting, pure bending and flexure of pretwisted elastic
plates, Intern'l. J. Solids and Structures 7, 1971, Pgs 625637. (With
E. Reissner.)
24.
On rotationally symmetric stress and strain in anisoptropic shells of
revolution, Studies in Appl. Math. 50, 1971, Pgs 391394. (With E. Reissner.)
25. Spirally
sinusoidal stress distributions in elastic helicoidal shells, J. Appl.
Math. & Phys. (ZAMP) 22, 1971, Pgs 10291043. (With R.L. Mallett.)
26. Rotor blade
response to random loads: a direct time domain approach, AIAA Journal
11, 1973, Pgs 2428. (Also presented at the AIAA 10th Aerospace Science
Meeting, San Deigo, Jan 1972.) (With C. Lakshmikantham.)
27. Linear partial
differential equations with random forcing, Studies in Appl. Math. 51,
1972, Pgs 163178.
28. A direct method
for linear dynamical problems in continuum mechanics with random loads,
Studies in Appl. Math. 52, 1973, Pgs 259275. (Also presented at the
13th International Congress of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, August,
1972, Moscow.)
29. Laterally loaded
shells of revolutions, Ingenieur Archiv. 42, 1973, Pgs 245258.
30. Nonstationary
response of linear timevarying dynamical systems to random excitations,
J. Appl.Mech. 40, 1973, Pgs 422428. (Also presented at the ASME Summer
Meeting, Atlanta.)
31. The staticgeometric
duality and a staggered mesh difference scheme for some shell problems,
Studies in Appl. Math. 52, 1973, Pgs 2138. (With R.L. Mallett.)
32. An algebraic
method for linear dynamical systems with stationary excitations, J.
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33. An
incore finite difference method for separable boundary value problems
on a rectangle, Studies in Appl. Math. 52, 1973, Pgs 103113.
34. The spatialcorrelation method and a timevarying
flexible structure, AIAA J. 12, 1974, Pgs 700707. (Also presented at
AIAAASME Struc. Dyn. Mat. Conf., 1973, Williamsburg.) (With C. Lakshmikantham.)
35.
Lateral bending and twisting of thinwalled curved tubes, Studies in
Appl. Math. 53, 1974, Pgs 7389. (With W.J. Seaman.)
36. Dynamical problems of continuous media with random
boundary data, IJSS 10, 1974,
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37. Effect of spanwise loadcorrelation on rotor blade
flapping, presented at AIAAASMEASCE Struc. Dyn. Mat. Conf. (Las Vegas,
1974) AIAA Paper No. 74418. (Published later as journal article under
item 54.)
38. Snowplow problems, Appl. Math. Notes 1, 1975, Pgs
611. (An educational note.)
39. An eigenvalue problem
for a semiinfinite pretwisted strip, Studies in Applied Mathematics
54, 1975, Pgs 351358.
40. Interdisciplinary graduate programs in Applied
Mathematics at UBC, Proc. of the CMC Conference on Curriculum Alternatives,
University of Regina (Ed. P. Binding), 1975, Pgs
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41. Aging linear springs, Appl. Math. Notes 2, 1976,
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42. Extraction
costs in the theory of exhaustible resources, Bell J. of Economics 7,
1976,
Pgs 359370. (Also presented at U.S. National Bureau of Economics Research
Workshop on Resource Economics, Stanford, May, 1975). (With R.M. Solow.)
43. A note on factoring linear differential operators,
Appl. Math. Notes 2, 1976, Pgs 98101. (An educational note.)
44. Perturbation
and asymptotic solutions for problems in the theory of urban land rent,
Studies in Applied Mathematics 56, 1977, Pgs 219239. (Also presented
at the 2nd CFMC, Vancouver, May, 1976.)
45. Falling into the sun, Appl. Math. Notes 3, 1977,
Pgs 4951. (An educational note.)
46. Bifurcation theory and the twohundred mile fishing
limit, Appl. Math. Notes 4, 1978,
Pgs 7487.
47. The response
of a spatially distributed neuron to a white noise current injection,
Biological Cybernetics 33, 1979, Pgs 3955. (With H.C. Tuckwell.)
48. Eulerian Wobble, Appl. Math. Notes 4, 1979, Pgs
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49. The
dimpling of spherical caps, Mechanics Today 5 (The Eric Reissner Anniversary
Volume, 1980, Pgs 495508.
50.
Polar dimpling of complete spherical shells, "Theory of Shells,"
Proc. of 3rd IUTAM Shell Symposium (Tbilisi; August, 1978), Ed. W.T.
Koiter & G.K. Mikhailov, North Holland, 1980, Pgs 191207.
51. Constant sustainable
consumption rate in optimal growth with exhaustible resources, Studies
in Applied Mathematics 63, 1980, Pgs 4766. (Also presented by invitation
to the 1977 A.M.S. Summer Meeting in Seattle.)
52. Numerical
solutions for maximum sustainable consumption growth with a multigrade
exhaustible resource, SIAM J. Scientific & Statistical Computing
1, 1980, Pgs 160172. (With U. Ascher.)
53. Horizontal
and flat points in shallow cap dimpling, Proc. Conf. on Boundary &
Interior Layers, Comp. & Asympt. Methods (Dublin, Ireland), Ed.
J. Miller, 1980, Pgs 415419. (Also published as I.A.M.S. Tech. Rep.
805). (With U. Ascher.)
54.
Flapping response of lifting rotor blades to spanwise nonuniform random
excitations, J. Eng. Math. 14, 1980, Pgs 241261.
55. The buckling of flexible columns, Appl. Math. Notes
5, 1980, Pgs 109122. (An educational note.)
56. The
response of a nerve cylinder to spatially distributed white noise inputs,
J. Theo. Biology 87, 1980, Pgs 275295. (With H.C. Tuckwell.)
57. Reentry into the Earth's atmosphere, Appl. Math.
Notes 6, 1981, Pgs 8085. (An educational note.)
58. Neuronal firing
and input variability, J. Theoret. Neurobiol. 1, 1982, Pgs 197218.
(With H.C. Tuckwell.)
59. A note
on the linear theory of shallow sheardeformable shells, J. Appl. Math.
& Phys. (ZAMP) 33, 1982, Pgs 425427. (With E. Reissner.)
60. Numerical solutions of boundary value problems
in ODE, Appl. Math. Notes 7, 1982,
Pgs 4052. (An educational note.)
61.
Fundamentals of Linear Theory of Elasticity, I.A.M.S. Tech. Report 8217,
UBC, Vancouver, November, 1982. (Lecture notes.)
62. Mathematical models and their formulation, Handbook
of Applied Mathematics, Chapter XIX (2nd Ed.), Ed. C. Pearson, Van Nostrand
Reinhold Co., New York, 1983, Pgs 10441138.
63. Optimal forest
harvesting with ordered site access, Studies in Appl. Math. 68, 1983,
Pgs 189226. (Also presented at the 3rd CFMC, London (Ontario), May,
1980.) (With K. Anderson.)
64. Long time behavior, Appl. Math. Notes 8, 1983,
Pgs 4558. (An educational note.)
65.
Lecture Notes on the Theory of Thin Elastic Shells, I.A.M.S. Tech. Report
Pgs 8311, UBC, Vancouver, July, 1983. (Lecture Notes.)
66. Linear
Plate Theory, I.A.M.S. Tech. Report Pgs 8315, UBC, Vancouver, September,
1983. (Lecture notes.)
67. Finite polar
dimpling of shallow caps under subbuckling axistmmetric pressure distributions,
SIAM J. of Appl. Math. 44, 1984, Pgs 301326. (Also presented at the
XVth ICTAM, Toronto, 1980.) (With D.F. Parker.)
68. The interspike
interval of a cable model neuron with white noise input, Biological
Cybernetics 49, 1984, Pgs 155167. (With H.C. Tuckwell and Y.S. Wong.)
69. Decaying states
of plane strain in a semiinfinite strip and boundary conditions for
plate theory, J. of Elasticity 4, 1984, Pgs 2764. (Also presented at
CAMS/SCMA Annual Meeting, Vancouver, May, 1984.) (With R.D. Gregory.)
70. Optimal harvesting of ongoing forest, Math. Models
of Renewable Resources, II, (Proc. 2nd Pacific Coast Conf. on Math.
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Ed. R. Lamberson, Humboldt State Univ. Math. Modeling Group, 1984, Pgs
117122.
71. Shallow caps with
a localized axisymmetric load distribution, Flexible Shells (Proc. of
European Mechanics Colloq. No. 165, Munich, July, 1983), Ed. E.L. Axelrad
& F.A. Emmerling, SpringerVerlag, BerlinHeidelbergNew York, 1984,
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72. First passage time
of Markov processes to moving barriers, J. Appl. Probability 21, 1984,
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73. The linear theory of elastic plates, Applied Math.
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Tech. Rep. No. 853, Part I, Univ. of Wash., Seattle, March, 1985.)
(An educational note.)
74. Lecture
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B.C., July, 1984. (Lecture notes.)
75.
Lecture notes on the linear theory of thin elastic shells of revolution,
I.A.M.S. Tech. Report 849, UBC, Vancouver, August, 1984. (Lecture notes.)
76. Asymptotic
solutions of steadily spinning shallow shells of revolution under uniform
pressure, Int'l. J. Solids & Structures 21, 1985, Pgs 2753. (Also
presented at SIAM Summer Meeting, Seattle, July, 1984.) (With Y. H.
Lin.)
77. On plate theories
and SaintVenant's Principle, Int'l. J. Solids & Structures 21,
1985,
Pgs 10051024. (Also presented at a Symposium in Honor of E. Reissner,
Vancouver, June, 1983.) (With R.D. Gregory.)
78. Edge effects in
the stretching of plates, Local Effects in the Analysis of Structures
(Proc. Euro. Mech. Colloq. No. 191, Cachan, August, 1984), Ed. P. Ladevèze,
Elsevier Science Publ. BV. Amsterdam, 1985, Pgs 3554. (With R.D. Gregory.)
79. Dynamic stability of polar dimpling, Proc. of Int'l.
Conf. Nonlinear Mechanics. Ed. W.z. Chien, Science Press, Beijing,
China, 1985, Pgs 340345. (With T.q. Yun.)
80. Ordered
site access and optimal forest rotation, Studies in Applied Math. 73,
1985, Pgs 155175. (Also presented at CAMS/SCMA Annual Meeting, Edmonton,
June, 1985.)
81. Stress function methods in plate theory, Applied
Math. Notes 11, 1986, Pgs 524. (An educational note.)
82. On
the effect of transverse shear deformability on stress concentration
factors for twisted and sheared shallow spherical shells, J. Appl. Mech.
53, 1986, Pgs 597601. (Also presented at ASME Winter Meeting, Anaheim,
December, 1986.) (With E. Reissner.)
83. Boundary layer
solutions for some nonlinear elastic membrane problems, J. Appl. Math.
and Phys. (ZAMP) 38, 1987, Pgs 7991. (With H.J. Weinitschke.)
84. Bounded domain approximation of unbounded domain
problems, Proc. Can. Congr. Appl. Mech. (Edmonton) 1987, D62D63. (With
J. Yu.)
85. On lateral
buckling of endloaded cantilevers, including the effect of warping
stiffness, Computational Mechanics 2, 1987, Pgs 137147. (With E. Reissner
and J.E. Reissner.)
86. Stress
singularities at a rim of orthotropic cylinders, Appl. Math., Fluid
Mech., Astrophys. (Proc. Symp. to Honor C.C. Lin, Cambridge, 1987),
D.J. Benney, F. Shu and C. Yuan, eds., World Scientific, SingaporeN.J.Hong
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87. First integrals
and the interior solution for orthotropic plates in plane strain or
axisymmetric deformations, Studies in Appl. Math. 79, 1988, Pgs 93125.
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88. The
interior solution for linear problems of elastic plates, J. Appl. Mech.
55, 1988, Pgs 551559. (Also presented at the 10th U.S. National Congr.
of Appl. Mech. Austin, June, 1986.) (With R.D. Gregory.)
89. Shells
of revolution with the LoveKirchhoff hypotheses, J. Engr. Math. 22,
1988, Pgs 285334. (With H.J. Weinitschke.)
90. On the equations
of flexual motions for sheardeformable plates, Proc. of Pan American
Congress of Applied Mechanics (Rio de Janeiro, 1989), C.R. Steele and
L. Bevilacqua, eds., Amer. Acad. Mech., 1989, Pgs 616619.
91. Mathematical Models and Their Analysis, Harper
and Row, February, 1989.
92. Interior solutions for slender and thin elastic
bodies with prescribed displacement end data, Proc. ASME Symp. on Analytical
and Computational Models for Shells (San Francisco, 1989), ed. A.K.
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93.
Semiinfinite cantilevered orthotropic strips and the foundations of
plate theories, Studies in App. Math. 82, 1990, Pgs 217244. (With Y.H.
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94. Boundary layers and SaintVenant's Principle for
slender and thin elastic bodies, Advances in the Theories of Plates
and Shells. G.Z. Voyiadjis and D. Karamanlidis, eds., Elsevier Sci.
Publ. B.V., Amsterdam, 1990, Pgs 153173.
95. Finite
axial extension and torsion of elastic helicoidal shells, Proc. of a
Symp. of Asymptotic and Computational Analysis (in honor of F. Olver,
Winnipeg, 1989), ed. R. Wong, Marcel Dekker, New York and Basel, 1990,
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96. Bending
and flexure of semiinfinite cantilevered strips, Frontiers in Computational
Mechanics (Proc. Symp. in Honor of T.H.H. Pian, Cambridge, 1989, S.N.
Atluri and P. Tong, guest eds.), Computers & Structures 35, 1990,
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97. Cylindrical
bending of thick plates, Int. J. Solids and Structures 29, 1992, Pgs
547557. (Also, presented at the Symposium on Contemporary Developments
in Solid Mechanics, Pasadena, 1991.)
98. A follower
load buckling problem for rectangular plates, J. Appl. Mech. 59, 1992,
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99. Perturbation
solutions for the secondbest land use problem, Can. Appl. Math. Quart.
1, 1993, Pgs 135. (Also presented at the International Symp. on Nonlinear
Problems in Science and Engineering, Beijing, Oct. 1991.)
100. Correct
asymptotic theories for the axisymmetric deformation of thin and moderately
thick cylindrical shells, Int. J. Solids Structures 30, 1993, Pgs 19571981.
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101. Torsion
of slender prismatic elastic bodies, Studies in Appl. Math. 89, 1993,
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102. Shear center for plates of variable thickness,
Proc. of Pan American Congress of Applied Mechanics, III (Sao Paolo,
Brazil, January 816, 1993), D.T. Mook and D.L. Zagottis, eds., Amer.
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103. Circular
elastic plates with prescribed axisymmetric edge displacements, Can.
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104. Approximate
solutions for the shear center of orthotropic plates, Arch. Appl. Mech.
63, 1993, Pgs 513521. (With C. H. Gu)
105.
Further consideration of the stress concentration problems for twisted
or sheared shallow spherical shells, Int. J. solids Structures 31, 1994,
Pgs 21532165. (With E. Reissner)
106. Boundary
conditions at the edge of a thin or thick plate bonded to an elastic
support, J. Elasticity 39, 1994, Pgs 155182. (with R.D. Gregory)
107. Introduction to the Calculus of Variations and
Its Applications, Chapman & Hall, January, 1995
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Peter G. Glockner, ed. M. Epstein, University of Calgary (Mechanical
Engineering),
April, 1995, Pgs 93143.
109. On
shear center for plates of variable thickness, Proc. 3rd AsianPacific
Conference on Computational Mechanics (Seoul/September), Vol. 1, ed.
CK Choi, CB Yun and DG Lee, TechnoPress (Korea), 1996, Pgs 299304.
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110. The
cantilever strip plate under torsion, bending or flexure at infinity,
J. Elasticity 43, 1997, Pgs 109136. (with R.D. Gregory and C.H. Gu)
111. The axisymmetric
deformation of a thin, or moderately thick, elastic spherical cap,
Studies in Appl. Math. 100, 1998, Pgs 6794. (with R.D. Gregory and
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112. A thick
hollow sphere compressed by equal and opposite concentrated axial loads;
an asymptotic solution, SIAM J. Appl. Math. 59(3), 1999, Pgs 10801097.
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113. Staticgeometric
duality and stress concentration in twisted and sheared shallow spherical
shells, Computational Mechanics, 22, 1999, Pgs 437442. (with E. Reissner)
114.
Locational equilibrium models for publicly owned residential land, Natural
Resource Modeling 13 (2), 2000, Pgs 219246. (Also issued as a special
volume on Application of Asymptotic Methods to Resource Modeling Problems,
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115. First passage
time to detection in stochastic population dynamical models for HIV1,
Applied Math. Letters 13, 2000, Pgs 7983. (with H.C. Tuckwell)
116. Professor
Eric Reissner (January 5, 1913  November 1, 1996), Z. angew. Math.
Phys. 51 (4), 2000, Pgs 12.
117. Outer solution
for elastic torsion by the method of boundary layer residual states,
Z. angew. Math. Phys. 51 (4), 2000, Pgs 509529.
118. Nature of
equilibria and effects of drug treatments in some viral population dynamical
models, IMA J. Math. Appl. Med. & Biol. 17, 2000, Pgs 311327. (with
H.C. Tuckwell)
119. Effect of
nonlinearity on lateral buckling of endloaded cantilevers with transverse
shear deformations, Advances in the Mechanics of Plates and Shells,
the Libai Festschrift, eds. D. Durban, D. Givoli, & J.G. Simmonds,
Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2001, Pgs 343350.
120. An asymptotic
analysis of the threedimensional displacements and stresses in a spherical
shell under inward radially opposed concentrated surface loads, Int.
J. Solids Structures 38, 2001, Pgs 68696887. (with J.G. Simmonds)
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The Nonlinear Theory of Elastic Shells, 2nd Ed., SIAM Reviews 43, 2001,
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122. The
cantilever strip plate of varying thickness and the centre of shear,
Quart. J. Mech. App. Math. 55, 2002, Pgs. 2948. (with R.D. Gregory
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123. A spatial
stochastic neuronal model with OrnsteinUhlenbeck input current, Biol.
Cybern. 86, 2002, Pgs 137145. (with H.C. Tuckwell & J.P. Rospars)
124. Analytical determination of firing times in stochastic nonlinear neural models, Letters, Neurocomuting, 48, 2002, Pgs. 10031007. (with H.C. Tuckwell and Rodriguez)
125. Do morphogen
gradients arise by diffusion?, Dev. Cell, 2, 2002, Pgs. 785796. (with
A.D. Lander and Q. Nie)
125a. Do morphogen gradients arise by diffusion? Dev. Cell 10th Anniversary Paperpicks (Shaping gradients by H. Hamada).
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Determination of Firing Times for the Stochastic FitzhughNagumo Neuronal
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Stress Boundary conditions for plate bending, Int. J. Solids Structures,
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128. Can
morphogen activity be enhanced by its inhibitors?, Proc. 2nd MIT Conf.
on Comp. Mech., 2, Ed. K.J. Bathe, Elsevier Science Ltd, 2003,
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129. Bifurcation
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Proc. IUTAM Sympo. on Complementary, Duality and Symmetry, Ed. David
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Nonlinear Eigenvalue Problems in the Stability Analysis of Morphogen
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Y. Lou Q. Nie)
131. On the behavior of solutions in viral dynamical models, BioSystems,
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132. Aggregation of a distributed ligand source and morphogen gradients,
Studies in Appl. Math., 114, 2005, Pgs. 343374. (with A.D. Lander, Q. Nie. and B. Varga)
133. Spatially distributed morphogen synthesis and morphogen gradient
formation, Math. Biosci. & Eng. (MBE),
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134. Formation of the BMP activity gradient in the Drosophila embryo, Dev. Cell, 8, 2005, Pgs. 110 [plus supplement]. (with C.M. Mizutani, Q. Nie, Y.T. Zhang, P. Vilmos, E. Bier, J.L. Marsh and A.D. Lander) (Supplemental on Materials)
135. Effects of Sog on Dppreceptor binding, SIAM J. Appl. Math., 65, 2005, Pgs. 1748  1771. (with Y. Lou and Q. Nie)
136. Time to first spike in HodgkinHuxley stochastic systems, Physica A  Stat. Mech. Applic., 351 (24), 2005, Pgs. 427438. (with H.C. Tuckwell)
137. Internalization and end flux in morphogen gradient formation, J. Comp. Appl. Math, 190, 2006, Pgs. 232251. (with A.D. Lander and Q. Nie)
138. Membrane associated nonrecptors and morphogen gradients, Bulletin of Math. Bio., 69, 2007, Pgs. 3354. (with A.D. Lander and Q. Nie)
139. Wingless directly represses DPP morphogen expression via an Armadillo/TCF/Brinker complex, PLoS ONE, 2007, 1 (e142, doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0000142), Pgs. 110 [plus supplement, 114, and figures, S1S6]. (with
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141. Negative feedback in morphogen gradients, Frontiers of Applied Mathematics (Proc. of 2nd International Symposium, June, 2006, Beijing, Ed. D.Y. Hsieh, M. Zhang & W. Sun), World Scientific, NJ, 2007, Pgs. 2951. (with M. Khong)
142. Experimental methods for measuring in vivo mechanical properties of Angiosperm Roots, J. Engrg Mat. & Tech., 2007, 129, 2007, 483487. (with P. Baldi and A. Sadovsky)
143.Selective pressures for and against genetic instability in cancer: a timedependent problem, J. Royal Society, Interface, 5, 2008, Pgs. 105121 (Online, June 19, 2007, doi: 10.1098/rsif.2007.1054). (with N. Komarova and A. Sadovsky)
144. The role of feedback in the formation of morphogen territories, Math. Biosci. & Eng. (MBE), 5 (No.2), 2008, Pgs. 277 –298. (with D. Iron, A. Syed, H. Theisen, T. Lukacsovich, M. Naghibi, J.L. Marsh, and Q. Nie)
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146. Feedback regulation in multistage cell lineages, Math. Biosci. & Eng., 6(1), 2009, Pgs. 5982. (W.C. Lo, C.S. Chou, K. Gokoffski, A.D. Lander, A.L. Calof and Q. Nie)
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