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Assessing the opportunity to produce Nitinol medical device components using additive manufacturing (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2019)Nitinol is an important alloy for medical device applications due to its exceptional combination of strength and elasticity. Most Nitinol is produced in wire form and then braided or laser cut into the complex geometries ...
(Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2019)In this thesis, we present several contributions of large scale optimization methods with the applications in data science and machine learning. In the first part, we present new computational methods and associated ...
(Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2019)Historically, land use planning has treated industrial land uses either antagonistically or ambivalently. Traditional zoning approaches have restricted, regulated, spatially isolated, and pushed industrial land to the ...