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UWSpace is the University of Waterloo's institutional repository for the research and scholarship produced by its faculty, students, and staff. A service of the Library, UWSpace provides researchers with a free, secure, and long-term home for the presentation, dissemination, and preservation of their research and scholarship. By utilizing UWSpace researchers ensure their work achieves compliance with the Tri-Agency Open Access Policy on Publications.
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(Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute, 2017-03-27)The role of microstructural damage in controlling the edge stretchability of Complex-Phase (CP) and Dual-Phase (DP) steels was evaluated using hole tension experiments. The experiments considered a tensile specimen with a ...
Quantifying the Impact of Transit Rider Perception and Satisfaction on User Cost: An Experiential Sampling Approach Using Smartphones (University of Waterloo, 2018-03-15)The aim of travel demand modelling is to accurately estimate trips in future time periods by understanding current travel behaviours. Accurate generalized cost modelling for determining transit mode share has proven elusive. ...
(University of Waterloo, 2018-03-14)Traditionally signal timing plans are developed for expected traffic demands at an intersection. This approach generally offers the best operation for typical conditions. However, when variation in the traffic demand occurs, ...
(Wiley, 2017-06-15)A model is developed for chronic diseases with an indolent phase that is followed by a phase with more active disease resulting in progression and damage. The time scales for the intensity functions for the active phase ...
(University of Waterloo, 2018-03-09)Despite the exponentially large amount of information required in the quantum description of many-body systems, finite size numerical simulations have paved the way for recent progress in the understanding of quantum phases ...