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[edit] Architecture, buildings, city planning and public space

[edit] A-B (ABC)

[edit] C-F (ABC)

  • Cal-Neva Lake Tahoe resort once owned by Frank Sinatra
  • Campanopolis ([1])
  • Cardington Airship Hangers
  • Cetriolini
  • Barcelona Charter
  • Château d'Azay-le-Ferron see [2]
  • Château Villette
  • CHAYKA transmitter Bryansk ( GRI 8000, 53°7'50.600" N, 34°54'54 44.800" E, 1150 kW)
  • CHAYKA transmitter Petrozavodsk ( GRI 8000, 61°45'32.400" N, 33°41'40.400" E, 1150 kW)
  • CHAYKA transmitter Slonim ( GRI 8000, 53°7'55.200" N, 25°23'46.000" E, 1150 kW)
  • CHAYKA transmitter Simferopol ( GRI 8000, 44°53'20.600" N, 33°52'32.100" E, 1150 kW)
  • CHAYKA transmitter Syzran ( GRI 8000, 53°17'17.600" N, 48°6'53.400" E, 1150 kW)
  • Christophe Girot
  • Christopher Street Pier
  • Clay Chastain - Proponent of Kansas City Light Rail Initiative that passed on November 7, 2006
  • Community Trust Land
  • Conch House (style of dwelling found in the Florida Keys)
  • Construction Design and Management Regulations or Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 1994 (see [3]
  • Contextualism (architecture)
  • Corimec (flat pack temporary buildings)
  • Cosmoplanetary Messiah (statue of French sect leader Gilbert Bourdin)
  • Cybercity 1 (Technologic City in Malaysia, inaugurated January 30, 2005)
  • Daneshgar Architects a project like Tehran city center Website
  • Demourelles Island, New Orleans, Louisiana (apparently the only island in New Orleans)
  • Dnieprostroi Dam dam built in the 1930's in the USSR
  • Dogeared jewelry?
  • Dome of Florence Cathedral Created by Filippo Brunelleschi in 1420-1436 AD. In Florence, Italy.
  • Drake Landing solar powered community (where?)
  • Dripping pl-wiki
  • ((Dudenhausen)) Farm estate in Nordrhein-Westfale, Germany
  • Dual occupancy
  • Dumbbell tenements
  • Eco Municipality An eco-municipality aspires to develop an:
  • Ecoscape
  • El-Deir
  • Roberto Einaudi
  • Fernmeldeturm Bielefeld-Hühnenburg
  • Fernmeldeturm Bremerhaven-Schiffdorf
  • Fernmeldeturm Ulm-Ermingen
  • Fernsehturm Donnersberg
  • Fibre Cement Board
  • Fisher Body 21 (now abandoned Ford? auto plant in detroit, mi. first building in world to use reinforced concrete?)
  • Framed structure

Francis D. K. Ching, he is a very famous author and has written so many books on architecture, interior design, construction, etc. I am very suprised that there is no an article on him. I'll like to know more about him: how he was trained to be so sucessful, what are his major works, including his books and design projects if any, his private life, etc. Can some one add an article about him?

  • Friedrich-Clemens-Gerke Turm
  • Friedrich Kiesler surrealist architect - Endless House and the Shrine of the Book are his two most famous designs.
  • Funkturm Arsenal
  • how can you see all the colors on the spectrum (already answered in the Color vision article)
  • Why is the sky blue? ...because of Diffuse sky radiation.

[edit] G-L (ABC)

  • Geltaftan Fired-structure earth architecture developed by architect Nader Khalili
  • Gensler architecture firm, I believe the largest in the world (off the top of my head, don't cite me!), headed by Art Gensler
  • George Cromwell Recreational Center Recreational Center in Staten Island.
  • Glassboard - Similar to a Whiteboard but with crystal (crystal-only or Plasma/LCD screen recovered with a top layer glass intended to write on). Example: [4]
  • Greek Road
  • Green River High School A high school servicing Green River, Wyoming and surrounding areas.
  • Gregg Lynn contemporary architect (contemporary to when?)
  • Habitat design
  • Harishankar Temple
  • Harvey L. Page, Architect of Washington, D.C., Chicago, and San Antonio
  • Hatshepsut's Temple (Hatshepsut's Temple in Egypt)
  • Hermann Muthesuis
  • Hotel Regina at Cimiez, near Nice, France, maybe Hotel Regina, Cimiez
  • Hoffmann kiln - Patented by German Friedrich Hoffman for brickmaking in 1858, it was later used for lime-burning. AKA: Hoffman Continuous Kiln [5], [6], [7],
  • Hoxie House - house built circa 1680 in Sandwich, MA. [8] [9]
  • Hugh Newell Jacobsen - Architect
  • Iakov Chernikhov - Russian Architect
  • Iliad sculpture (painted steel sculpture in Seattle Center) - the Olympic Iliad by Alexander Liberman.
  • ISE
  • Interactive architecture emergent field integrating digital and interactive technologies with architecture
  • International House Philadelphia
  • In vivo counting
  • I-wall (per American Society of Civil Engineers investigating New Orleans levee structure)
  • Iznik tiles (Famous tiles or faience from Rūstem Pasha Mosque in the city of Iznik or Nicaea)
  • John Nolen Early 20th C American city planner (Madison, Wis.; Flint, Mich.; etc.)
  • Katherine Briçonnet built Château de Chenonceau
  • Kerala Temples[10]
  • Koeru TV Tower
  • Lapsury birth place of Titus Groan
  • Line Reactor A large coil set that introduces a specific amount of inductive reactance into a circuit.
  • Liner paper used to create a smooth wall surface in preparation for wallpapering a wall.
  • Little Manor aka Mosby Hall Littleton,North Carolina, USA ca.1774 & 1800. Photos from 1940 Architectural Survey and 2006 visit to ruins.
  • Lutyens Delhi

[edit] M-Q (ABC)

  • Marcos Novak (architecture, art, music and technology/culture theorist )
  • Marist College, Kogarah
  • Marius Rousseau (Pittsburgh Architect, music teacher)
  • McHargian analysis - landscape evaluation developed by Ian McHarg [11]
  • Mendes Da Rocha
  • Military building
  • Mitochondrial biogenesis
  • Monte Nee, Northwest Arkansas, 1920's resort or town
  • Multitouch Display
  • Nail House -- defined by China blogger Lyn Jeffery as "the residences of urbanites whose neighborhoods have been 'moved' and who are the last hold-outs--they stick out like nails in an otherwise modernized environment."
  • Neo-brutalist architecture
  • Neues Bauen Appears as a red link in a number of articles (Shell-Haus, New Objectivity, Adolf Rading, Constantin Lipsius, Public housing, etc.)
  • New Hampshire State Mental Hospital
  • Nigerian Industrial Development Bank (tallest building in Nigeria, top floors recently collapsed)
  • Nokia 7390
  • Ocean Dome
  • Orrin Thompson Homes
  • Palace of Unions (Дом Союзов, Moscow)
  • Peacock Alley
  • Pfänder Transmitter
  • Pillar Hall of Palace of Unions (Колонный зал Дома Союзов, Moscow)
  • Piscine Deligny (Beloved pool which sank in the Seine in 1993 or 1994)
  • Place Igor Stravinsky in Paris, France
  • Plat book, Plat map book of maps of parcels as record maintained with county govt. (america)
  • Platial [12]
  • Polivka, Jaroslav Joseph, 1886-1960 (internationally renowned Czechoslovakian structural engineer - referenced on [13])
  • Powder tower, Prague. What is a Powder Tower?
  • Powerline crossings of Saint Lawrence River
  • Progressive Architecture (origin and awards)
  • Public Housing Administration
  • Pugeston (Part of Montrose, Angus with important history)
  • Quantum Urbanism

[edit] R-S (ABC)

  • Rabirius (architect), see Flavian Palace, Castel Gandolfo, Arch of Titus
  • radical particularity
  • reflecting pond
  • Riverview Hospital, a psychiatric hospital based in Coquitlam, British Columbia, Canada. Now closed down, the hospital played a strong part in the development of Coquitlam.
  • Robert Byrd (architect)
  • Robert Edwin Dietz (Robert E. Dietz) (Dietz Lantern)
  • Robert van't Hoff (architect)
  • Rondo-Cubism (the "National Style" in interwar Czechoslovakia)
  • Roof framing is the construction of the supports for a roof. (Request is for a how-to article.) [14] [15]
  • RR Donnelly Building (Chicago) (Images here [16][17][18][19])
  • Russell Mitchell (motorcycle builder Exile Cycles, star of Build or Bust
  • Safe room
  • Sakyamuni Pagoda, built in 1056 in Ying County, Shanxi, China, is the tallest remaining wooden pagoda in the world.
  • Santa Monica - UCLA Medical Center
  • Scandinavian modern
  • Segal Method
  • Seismic Resistance
  • The Senses Considered as a Perceptual System Theory of J.J.Gibson about the way people perceive (or interact) with world.
  • Sharp Centre for Design (Images here [20])
  • Shlomo Aronson Landscape architect.
  • Silk Building Condo on 14 East 4th street in Manhattan. Lower level is home to New York City's first Tower Records.
  • Sirius apartment building Sydney, Australia
  • Slow architecture
  • Solar electricity in interiors how solar electricity can be used to make electrical appliances work (just like any electricity?)
  • Sonnenbrink Tower
  • Songyue Temple Pagoda - The only ancient brick and mud Buddhist pagoda in China
  • Southern Nevada Land Management Act of 1998
  • Spatial syntax
  • Split Stairwell
  • Straw bale house
  • Ste. Clotilde a minor basilica in Paris
  • Shimosuwa municipal museum a museum by a lake built by Toya Ito
  • Sunken City several acres of land that collapsed into the ocean near Point Fermin, San Pedro
  • Swanson Speed Square a simple architectural measurement tool used to quickly mark angles for rafters, etc.

[edit] T-Z (ABC)

  • Tao Gofers architect of Sirius apartment building in Sydney, Australia
  • Tarhalle
  • Taxi Wallet
  • Taylorian Institution, Oxford
  • Telecommunication Tower Arhus
  • Telecommunication Tower Bremen
  • Texas porch
  • Theodore Heuck
  • Thermogenic Depth
  • Tiger Tops (of the Chitwan National Park, Nepal)
  • Timea Jakab
  • Timeline of Towers
  • Titanium Sublimation Pump
  • Tokyo Academic Park
  • Torres de Colon (in Madrid, Spain)
  • Tour du Millénaire
  • Transmission Tower Mulhouse-Belvédère
  • Transmitter Gartow
  • Transmitter Hörby
  • Transport truss
  • Tu Lit Boon
  • TV Tower Yekaterinburg
  • Uni-Solar fabricator of flexible solar roofing shingles
  • Underwater bridge
  • United States Internet Crime Task Force, Inc. USICT, Inc.
  • Urban Rehabilitation (related to Urban Renewal)
  • Urbanology
  • Valgjärve TV Tower
  • Vauloge, chateau impressive neo-gothic castle in the sarthe region of france
  • Francis Xavier Velarde influential 20th Century British church architect
  • Verrès Castle
  • Vertical Information Systems
  • Vertical Stack Brick Kiln a simple ethod for making bricks
  • Walter Segal Method (timber framing, see, [21]
  • Webrovka(a destination in Europe [[22]]
  • White Temple (at a city of Mesopotamia called Warka, c.3500-3000 B.C.)
  • Whitelaw Hotel (on 13th street in Washington DC, built in 1919) (National Register of Historic Places)
  • Womack Army Medical Center a large military hospital in Fayetteville, NC serving Fort Bragg
  • Zhou Art

[edit] Communications

[edit] 0-9

  • 3GSM World Congress (info at [23])

[edit] A-C

  • A2EA (AAL type 2 Service Endpoint Addresses)
  • AAA games
  • Aldiss Lamp
  • Alex Michaelis Eco architect, London.
  • Ancient communication technologies
  • Arlington Time Signal
  • Analog Simultaneous Voice & Data (ASVD)
  • Associated Public Safety Communications Officers, a trade association.
  • A-VSB
  • Back End database
  • Berger Codes (for error correction)
  • Broadband Radio Access Network (BRAN)
  • Broadcast & communication systems (info at [24])
  • Bubble packet
  • Budapest Telefon-Hirmondo system
  • Building Integrated Timing Source (BITS Timing - SONET)
  • Convective loop with storage
  • Cross Channel Rejection
  • Cross-layer scheduling
  • CS-4
  • Coarse salt
  • OFDM in Broadband

[edit] D-G

  • Digital Compression of Increased Transmission (DCIT)- supposedly developed at Stevens Inst. of Tech?
  • DCN traffic
  • Digital Line Unit (DLU) (Network Switch Part)
  • E-mail structure
  • Escalation (technical support)
  • Gaussian Phase Shift Keying( GPSK) a modulation technique that represents a data bit by a shift in phase.
  • Gujarat State Wide Area Network (GSWAN)
  • G.729B codec

[edit] H-K

  • Home Media-technologies
  • International Information Center [25]
  • IRCS (also known as IRC over SSL)
  • ISO8885 (ISO standard on HDLC XID frames)
  • JOCL 1.0

[edit] L-S

  • Local-to-Global
  • Mail stop code
  • MAPD (MAPD as known by Avaya)
  • Metrocast (New Hampshire-based internet service provider)
  • Muxponder
  • Multi-channel Video Programming Distributors or MPO's (MVPD)
  • Offline Message ENvironment (OMEN)
  • Optical sound (like that used in film or the Optigan synthesizer)
  • Ottendorf Cipher - Featured in the film National Tresure, tells an encrypted message using written documents.
  • Private Mobile Network
  • Sandy Heath Transmitter
  • Samsung SCH-A950
  • Samsung-D807 (new samsung slider)
  • Samsung SGH-E700 (samsung mobile phone)
  • Space Wave
  • Omnicell
  • Starkish [26]
  • Microdiversity (Selection of best signal from different sectors within a Cell of a Mobile network. This will be done by BSC in GSM and by RNC in UMTS)

[edit] T-Z

  • Talk Battery
  • Tecton group
  • Tele-immersion
  • Telephone metering
  • Telex Transfer
  • Threshing sledge
  • Transatlantic phone calls
  • Trivoli Fountain Significant architectural marvel located in Rome, Italy
  • TOPP
  • Ultima Tower Two mile high enclosed city, or "arcology"
  • Urbanisation and market driven forces urban planning viewed from a market driven perspective
  • UP0E (Digital interface for Siemens Digital Phones, such as optiPoint and optiSet)
  • VC mux
  • Virtual Interaction Technology
  • Virtual Private Server Technology
  • Viterbi Error Rate or Viterbi error rate (see Viterbi algorithm?)
  • VoIP Rates Comparison (Comparing prices between P2P voip services e.g. Skype, Voipbuster and Jajah) (See Discussion)
  • XoIP
  • Zeltzer's AIP cube
  • Zinc Accetate (Zineryt)

[edit] Design

  • Ceramic and glass design: conspicuous in the otherwise blue list of links on the Design page.
  • kirkyans
  • Bruno Giacometti, Swiss architect and artist
  • Homemade glue -

[edit] Dimensioning and tolerancing

  • Basic dimension
  • Projected tolerance zone
  • Engine design of toy aircraft

[edit] Education

See also Wikipedia:List of missing journals

[edit] People

  • Margaret Lachterman Photographer, Graphic artist--http://mlphotography.wordpress.com/
  • Ann Darling The Darling MMP Measuring Mentoring Potential for mentorship education
  • Archibald Anderson Hill linguist (where)
  • Leonard Cutler late inventor of the atomic clock
  • George S. Counts progressive education theorist
  • David DiVincenzo leader in quantum computing
  • Chris Hafner-Eaton Health Services Researcher, Policy Analyst, Educator, Author; Activist in Natural Health, Women's Health, Maternal Child Health & Lactation, & Access to Health Care.
  • Elizabeth Kootz--first African American President of the National Education Association, former director of the Women's Bureau
  • Karl Mauzey
  • Marvin Middlemark - Inventor Rabbit Ears Television Antenna
  • Shela Minhas - renowned Pakistani-Canadian Educator and Entrepreneur
  • Shayla Price - young entrepreneur, author of The Scholarship Search
  • Dorothea Schlözer early female German doctorate
  • Makoto Shichida - Expert on right brain development through education in early childhood
  • John Cole Vodicka - Activist in southwest Georgia who fights for prisoner rights
  • Sam Bass Warner - Nobel Peace Prize winner, was Prof. of History at Boston University. See John Silber
  • Joshua Watson - Founder of the National Society for promoting Religious Education
  • Sue Turner - Teacher at Forest Ridge School of the Sacred Heart
  • Dr. John Mark Reynolds - Creator and head of the renowned classical Torrey Honors Institute at Biola University.
  • Stephen A. Martin - American ethnohistorian, specializing in the Trans-Mississippi West.

[edit] Research Centers

  • Center for Information and Research on Civic Learning and Engagement (CIRCLE), CIRCLE is a non-partisan research center at the University of Maryland, College Park. CIRCLE studies civic education and engagement among young people.


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[edit] Schools

  • Torrey Honors Institute - Under the umbrella of Biola University, Torrey is a classical, great books honors program, taught by the Socratic method that aims to educate the whole soul in a Christian environment. Touchstone magazine recently said it is a better education than Harvard.
  • Undergraduate Acceptance Rate for Lehigh University. www.usnews.com, check the rankings and you will see the ranking but I want to know the acceptance rate. Thank you.

(Can anybody check if any these are diploma mills?)

  • SiSTech Institute of Science & Technology located at Bunder road in Sukkur District of sindh Province, Pakistan.
  • Charles H. McCann Technical High School, North Adams, MA. History of the school, staff, notables that graduated from there, just a basic history of the school. Plus shops because the shops are very important.
  • Amala Matriculation Hr. Sec. School, Gobichettipalayam
  • American International School of Jeddah
  • Americus High School - High School in south Georgia, important history in Civil Rights Movement, combined in 2004 with Sumter County Comprehensive High School to create Americus-Sumter County High School.
  • Arminta Street Elementary School-history of the school, staff, notables that graduated from there, just a basic history of the school.
  • Brisbane North Institute of TAFE an Terrinarry Education Inistute in Brisbane, Australia.
  • Briteschool cyberschool synchronous virtual primary / secondary school following the British National Curriculum. Founded June 2006, UK. NOT a diploma mill.
  • Buffalo Seminary
  • Chippewa Secondary School - North Bay, Ontario, Canada
  • Cincinnati Academy of Physical Education - also called CAPE; it is now closed
  • David Game College
  • Deaf schools in America - residential schools for the deaf and hard of hearing in the united states.
  • Dissenting Academy in Stoke Newington- founded 17th cent. by Dissenters/Noncomformists not allowed to attend Oxford or Cambridge.
  • Domus Academy- Italian design school
  • East Lake High School - Tarpon Springs, FL
  • Ecole d'Humanité
  • Electronic Response System - For student examination, questionares, and b2b tenders
  • Essex Community College - community college in Baltimore County.
  • General Sherman Junior High School - Lancaster, Ohio Part of the Lancaster City school system
  • George Washington University Medical Center - may be notable enough to have a separate article rather than being part of the general article about the university
  • Gibault Catholic High School - Waterloo, IL Catholic High School in southern Illinois.
  • Havo - high school type in the Netherlands
  • Imlay City High School - Public High School in Michigan
  • James Marshall High School - Named after the discoverer of gold in California. Renamed River City High School in ???? because???
  • John S. Burke Catholic High School - Catholic High School in Goshen, New York.
  • Kent College, Pembury Independent School near Tunbrudge Wells, Kent, UK
  • The Logan School for Creative Learning - Located in Denver, CO
  • Lima Christian School - Located in Lima New York
  • Manuel Luis Quezon University- Philippine academic institution named after Manuel L. Quezon.
  • Mary Ann Matriculation Higher Secondary School- Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India.
  • Marymount School of NYC
  • Mayo College Girls' School
  • Minnesota New Country School - Relatively well known proponent of Project Based Learning. [27] Henderson, Le Sueur County, Minnesota, USA, Earth, Milky Way Galaxy
  • Minnetonka Christian Academy - Small private school in Minnesota [www.mca-sda.com]
  • Monks' Dyke Technology College
  • Murray County Schools
  • New york School of Interior Design website
  • Nehru Public School [28]
  • North Raleigh Christian Academy
  • Northwestern University School of Communication - almost all of the other schools in the University have one, I don't see why this one shouldn't.
  • Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies - see [29]. Notable for their new building alone - it's nearing completion and is a very surprising and impressive edifice to see close to central Oxford!
  • Pangasinan State University - An institution in Pangasinan, Philippines
  • Pangasinan College of Science and Technology - a private college in Urdaneta City, Philippines
  • Prep for Prep - Prep school and services for talented poor minority students, see [30]
  • Rajuk Uttara Model School & College,Dhaka
  • The Ridings School, Halifax, West Yorkshire, famous as the worst school in Britain in the 1990s, after all order broke down
  • Robert Mills Lusher School, New Orleans
  • Rosemary Hall - girls boarding school that merged with the Choate School in 1971 to create Choate Rosemary Hall
  • South Terrebonne High School - Bourg, Louisiana
  • Queen Ethelburgas College, York]]
  • Quezon City High School - Quezon City's First Secondary School.
  • Sooreh Higher Education Institute-in Tehran and other cities, acredited byiran`s Ministry of Science, Research and Technology, schools of visual art, design, cinema, drama, music, cultural management undergraduate & graduate and PHD http://www.sooreh.ir
  • Spanish Springs High School - A high school located in Spanish Springs, Nevada. Many other pages exist for other HS's in the Washoe County School District, but this page does not yet exist.
  • St. Louis Christian College - An accredited college in Florissant, Missouri [31]
  • Shanghai Weiyu High School - located in Shanghai, China see [32] or [33]
  • Shanghai World Foreign Language Middle School - located in Shanghai, China, see [34]
  • Solomon Schechter School of Manhattan - a Jewish K-8 day school located in Manhattan, New York
  • Summers County High School - Hinton, WV
  • Urdaneta City University- a semi private university in Urdaneta City, Philippines
  • Washington Theological Union
  • West Side Montessori Center- private Montessori school in Toledo, Ohio, one of the biggest Montessori schools in the country
  • Westervelt College
  • Whitfield School - A private, college preparatory day school, grades 6–12, located in St. Louis County, Missouri, see [[35]]
  • Wuxi shi Jiyujie Primary School located in Wuxi, China..
  • Truro High School - a private school in Cornwall, UK.
  • Rigby High School - The sole high school of the town of Rigby, Idaho. Larry Wilson was a former student, as was Philo T. Farnsworth [36]
  • List of Distinguished Bronx Science Alumni - an alphabetical list of notable alumni with year of graduation, occupation and achievements
  • American Sentinel University
  • Higland West School District, Moore, Oklahoma - can we get a map posted that will show the district boundaries and other oklahoma city/moore school district boundaries. Thank you.

Nationa Sports Academy at Lake Placid

  • Seattle International University
  • Windham Middle School Windham Maine's Public Middle School- go here for more info- www.windham.k12.me.us
  • Susanne M. Glasscock School of Continuing Studies at Rice University in Houston, Texas. website

[edit] Reading

  • Analytic Phonics discussed in comparison with Synthetic Phonics, a method of delivering the teaching of reading.
  • Harvard Book Award
  • Reading Development Booklist
  • Emergent literacies
  • Dolch words ????
  • Harvard Coop Bookstore
  • Beacon Academy a new school started in Boston to help urban kids get into elite prep schools [37]
  • International Student Edition
  • Lingua Latina per se illustrata by Hans H. Ørberg, is a Latin course written entirely in Latin.

[edit] Programs

  • President's Educations Awards Program - Snuffles72 20:49, 2 April 2007 (UTC)
  • Cotutelle - Dual Ph.D. programs run through a French and a non-French tertiary institution?
  • Open Learn Project - The Open Courseware Initiative of the Open University UK
  • Learn Now BC - Program provides British Columbia students with a connection to distributed learning
  • After School Programs in general.
  • Classical African Studies as compared to African American Studies
  • Doctor of Strategic Leadership
  • Joint Degree (1 degree, 1 curriculum defined and executed by 2 or more institutions)
  • LEAPNow, offering alternative, transformative education through outer and inner journeys.
  • MIPP Degree
  • NASA SHARP, Summer hire program for young adults ages 16-17 through NASA.
  • Newton Fellowship
  • Safe Schools Coalition
  • Smaller Learning Communities, a federal program aimed at creating smaller classrooms/learning groups; loosely tied to No Child Left Behind. What does it do, what are its goals, how many schools have this program in place and what are its successes/failures?
  • iD Tech Camps.
  • Washington Workshops a study-in-Washington, DC program for high school students competitor of Presidential Classroom
  • North East School of the Arts, four year fine arts program at Lee High School in San Antonio, Texas
  • Felix Consent Decree, result of 1994 Hawaii lawsuit causing complete over haul of the state's special education department
  • Newcastle Commission, responsible for Revised Code of 1862 that changed educational system in England.
  • Indiana statewide testing for educational progress
  • DPEP ??, Primary Education system, implemented in Kerala, India with the help of World Bank.
  • Local Education Fund, (LEF) a third-party, nonprofit entity whose agenda, at least in part, consists of developing supportive community and private sector relationships with a public school system (from Public Education Network).
  • Portfolio Assesment A collection of student work used to evaluate their progress.
  • Nurturant strategy
  • Los Angeles Universal Preschool
  • Horizons: Home Study A branch of the Mount Diablo Unified School District, history, number of students, how it works, etc.
  • European Ph.D offered by several universities throughout the EU
  • The Foundation Fellowship A four year undergraduate scholarship at The University of Georgia- similar to the Morehead Scholarship of UNC
  • CA-954 AFJROTC Air Force Junior ROTC program based at Whitney High School, Rocklin, CA--http://whs.rocklin.k12.ca.us/Academics/ROTC/index.html

[edit] Computers

  • Educational Technology program - see Nuuanu Elementary School
  • School laptop program - see Oak-Land Jr. High School and [38]
  • Adobe Ultracapacitator --Do you mean capacitor?
  • ATI All In Wonder
  • Chittagong Education Board

[edit] Other

  • Capstone Course A course a student enrolls in to complete a Bachelor's degree at many American Universities (and possibly in other countries as well). http://www.cs.washington.edu/education/ugrad/current/Capstone.html
  • Connectivism learning paradigm addressing our highly interconnected and information intensive world. assumes that knowledge resides in the network. http://www.connectivism.ca
  • Academic doping taking Ritalin or other such drugs in the hopes of improving academic performance.
  • Commission Scolaire de Montréal, a French school board in Montreal
  • Creative partnerships
  • Creative pedagogy
  • Education index by country
  • Education of the deaf (main-streaming vs. residential schools)
  • Golden State Exams are California's high school subject achievement tests
  • Integration of Faith and Learning (IFL)
  • "Likely letters" from Ivy League schools
  • Manipulatives --resources used in elementary education
  • Marsville
  • Professional learning community
  • Reading Specialist Certification --a degree offered at schools of Education
  • South Hutcheson Hall a prominent Mccallie dormitory
  • The Spellings Commission; sort of the "No Child Left Behind" for American universities
  • Student manager
  • Study leave
  • Systematic Approach to Training
  • Thanawiyya Amma - Egyptian (?) high school exit exam
  • The Elite Team of Science Nerds -- [etsn.8888mb.com/Home.html] Local group?
  • The National Society of High School Scholars
  • Wet Campus
  • National Honor Roll Is it legitimate? Is it not legitimate? Is it like Who's Who?
  • how to draw women
  • Systematic Evaluation
  • Systematic Instruction
  • The PASS Variables
  • Curriculum Based Measurement
  • EFA or Education For All

[edit] Electronics

[edit] People

  • Kaigham J. Gabriel ?
  • Betsy Blackwell ?
  • Charlie Samson ?
  • J. Eric Jonsson ?
  • Yves Faroudja ?
  • Rasmi Ranjan Nayak ?
  • Harvey Hubbard ?

[edit] Semiconductor

  • Gate Oxide
  • Measurement and Characterization techniques (IV, CV, LCR, etc.)
  • Natural transistor (also natural nmos or natural pmos)

[edit] Components

  • Solar cell structure What is the structure of solar cells? Is it possible to build one at home?
  • 3D Canvas a powerful 3d image rendering tool.
  • Advent Video Beam Television
  • Altera-Cyclone Altera's FPGA low-cost chip Cyclone & Cyclone II
  • Altera-Stratix Altera's FPGA chips Stratix & Stratix II
  • Atomic Holographic Optical Storage Nanotechnology up-and-coming hard-drive like mass-storage system
  • Common cathode vacuum tube amplifier configuration
  • Common grid vacuum tube amplifier configuration
  • Common plate vacuum tube amplifier configuration
  • Diode-connected transistor
  • DMA engine Direct memory access engine.
  • Ecodrive solar power unit for wrist watches made by Citizen
  • Field programmable object array - see [39]
  • High Density Interconnect packaging technology - see [40]
  • Ion Beam Storage (LANL Ion Beam Storage), (HD-ROM) - a long-term method of storing digital information without deterioration
  • iSmell A device that was supposed to emit smells for a user to smell when they went to a certain website or played a certain game.
  • Mach Speed Graphics Port Abbreviated MGP
  • Magic Tee AC (usually RF) splitter/combiner
  • Microcoaxial cable
  • Mobile phone flashing labels
  • Myvu 'personal media viewer' [41]
  • Optical digital audio 'Digital audio transmited using optical cables... on back of home audio recievers and Mac Pro'
  • Panasonic Toot-a-Loop
  • Piezo Sounder A sound generator which can be used to play different pitches when wired to a PIC
  • PSOC chips PSOC (like the Cypress)
  • RF Distribution Amplifier
  • Rolled and MMC Capacitors
  • Rotary sensor
  • Self Regulating Cable
  • Self-Loading Disc Slots Disc slots that draw in CDs without the need for a tray
  • SENX machine Stands for Sensory Enhanced Net eXperience, the machine was supposed to print smells on a fiber paper and users would lick the paper.
  • Sony bookman device people used to play books, encyclopedias, recipes etc on little discs
  • Starkes Tarzan Old Recording Tape (reel), Capicators and Resistors ("ST" trademark on old antique circuit componets)try Sarkes Tarzian, looks like it could be a good biographical article, try starting at [www.somerset.net/arm/reprints/sarkes_tarzian.pdf]
  • Synchronous inverter - device to convert DC to AC (inverter) which can synchronize with the grid phase so that it can be connected as a local power station
  • Telecommunications cable
  • Teslameter
  • Universal Logic Gate Information on logic gates such as NAND and NOR which can be used to implement any logic function, examples.
  • Upscaler Used to convert signals from standard DVD players into High-Definition format, possibly using Bicubic interpolation to accomplish the conversion.
  • VM "The Voice of Music" Old HI-FI/Stereo (From Benton Harbor, MI like Heathkit) Old record players used in classrooms, etc.
  • Voltage inverter converts single-supply [positive] voltage to a positive/negative one.

Try inverter--Hacky 01:05, 21 March 2007 (UTC)

  • IO expanderTo expand SPI IO ports
  • Miniature connector
  • Taut band movement

[edit] Systems

  • Counter-surveillance
  • Network Effeciency
  • Voltage Monitoring System
  • Wireless Voltage Monitoring System
  • Collapsible circuit
  • Electronic System Level Design
  • High Tension Generation
  • Linear Electricity Generator - As seen in (wave based) Electricity Producing Bhoys
  • RHex - some sort of robot. I saw it on discovery channel, on the show daily planet. I'm surprised there aren't more robots on this site. anyways what can you find out about RHex?

[edit] Concepts

  • data eye as mentioned in [42]
  • digital differentiator As the name indicates, it differentiates the discrete signal in time domain; please address nanocircuits/architectures, too.
  • Flexoelectricity has something to do with liquid crystals
  • Generalized Impedance Converter (GIC), an essential combination of operational amplifiers
  • Parasitic resistances as mentioned in [[43]]
  • Clock Feedthrough happens in MOS transmission gates, has to do with charge sharing with MOS and load capacity
  • Lumped matter discipline as mentionned by Profs. Anant Agarwal in MIT 6.002
  • Bartletts bisection theorem network or circuit theorem.
  • Phase relationship between various components by analyzing wave-forms
  • Noise gain [44] [45]
  • Side-lobe
  • Guard ring Ring around an electronic component (for example an IC) or a signal cable, that keeps the same potential (voltage) than the signal in order to reduce the parasite capacities and resistance.
  • Directional broadcasting and its uses with AM television broadcasts
  • Tri-state driver Mode of Signal driver operation
  • Mura defect, an LCD monitor defect

[edit] Signal processing

  • Continuous-time covolution
  • offset binary
  • Zero-cross distortion
  • INS/GPS integration
  • Conjunctive Filter
  • Signal Quality Factor SQF
  • Thermometer code
  • Delivered Audio Quality, a measure of voice quality in communications systems such as two-way radio.


[edit] Engineering

  • Task Level Programming (TLP)
  • cold flex temperature of polymers
  • Multiple emitter transistor

[edit] Civil/Structural

  • Mdeirij Bridge
  • Operational Building Access and Security Systems (OBASS)
  • Kirchhoff hypothesis
  • National Council of Structural Engineers Associations [46] Engr civil 20:20, 4 January 2007 (UTC)
  • Church Village Bypass
  • Prof. Mustafa Erdik, PhD. KOERI Chairman of Earthquake Engineering
  • Kandilli Observatory and Earthquake Research Institute (KOERI), Istanbul Turkey
  • soakaway trenches, i think it's related to drainage, may be similar to French Drain
  • Waterfront Retaining Wall
  • Macintosh Probe Test

[edit] Chemical/Process

  • Vacuum system in an oil refinery
  • Metaoxyacids
  • Reaction engineering
  • Glycerolysis
  • Chemical Engineering Plant Cost Index (CEPCI)
  • Chemical Looping Combustion
  • Corex process - iron prodouction process (90% reduction in emissions)
  • Dielectrophoresis field flow fractionation [47]
  • Electrochemical compression [48]
  • Hydrogen purification
  • Thermal hydrogen compressor
  • Thermalysis Technology - Conversion of recycled Plastics to Diesel Fuel
  • Winklemann's Method Calculation of Diffusivity Coeff
  • Pin mill
  • Wellman-Lord Process (description,Discovery(where & when))
  • Altefiert-Anodized with PTFE : What is the detail process?
  • Activation Polarization
  • Direct oxidation process in a fuel cell
  • Dole Valve

[edit] Computer

  • Shift invariant system
  • Directory structure in Operating Systems

[edit] Fluid Mechanics

  • Annular Refrigerant Flow Device
  • Cable racks
  • Centrifugal fans General information on how they work. See also Fan (implement)#Types
  • Circulation Theory (Frederick W. Lanchester)
  • Conway non linear momentum theory
  • Crocco's theorem
  • Lanchester-Prandtl wing theory (lifting-line theory).
  • magnetic valves
  • Finite element method quadratic prism element interpolation function derivation
  • Favorable pressure gradient and its effect on boundary layer development
  • Float and Tape Liquid-Level Gauge
  • Flooded subfloor How to build and maintain a "flooded subfloor," a component of "green house" design.
  • Hook Gauge
  • Kutta-Joukowski Circulation
  • Mass Diffusivity
  • Observability Matrix (Control engineering)
  • Regenerating pump
  • Strip theory for fixed wing aerodynamics
  • Taylor Diffusion
  • Vertical Single-Stage Pump
  • Vortex breaker General information on types and uses
  • Free Surface Flow
  • Electrical engine
  • Hydrotek
  • Micro Hydraulic Power Generators Through a drain pipe with a large drop in height, rotate a water wheel and use that energy to operate an alternator to generate electrical power
  • Fanno Flow Theory One dimensional adiabatic constant-area compressible flow with friction
  • Weisz-Prater Criteria

[edit] Instrumentation & Controls

  • Control philosophy (aka Control System Functional Description)
  • Basic Dimensioning
  • EdS Chart
  • Industrial Imaging Acquisition & Control
  • Imaging laser altimetry
  • Sextupole and Kicker Magnets
  • Monostat
  • phonic wheel
  • Vehicle Emissions

[edit] Materials

  • haloing
  • AlBeMet or AM162. A Beryllium Aluminum Metal Matrix. AlBeMet162
  • Alumalloy An aluminum welding material, advertised on TV. There may be substitutes.
  • Bacterial Magnetic Particles (BMP)
  • Cermakrome
  • Colaco A solidified emulsion of silver, lead and copper requiring no lubrication when made into bearings and bushings.
  • Compressive Modulus
  • Clay Blocks
  • Copper-bearing steel
  • Dynamic Scaling Theory
  • Dymondwood A trademarked material often used for knife and sword handles.
  • Edge rounding An unwanted artifact which can occur during the polishing of a specimen for microstructural research
  • Fluoroaluminate alloys for forming operations
  • Galvannealed Coating - Improvement over Galvanised Coating Process and Galvanization
  • GETEK PCB (printed circuit board) material - Differences between FR-4 and GETEK PCB materials [49]
  • Hard-alpha defect - a defect in metal (titanium)
  • Loss Coefficient
  • Metal Diaphragm [50]
  • Metal dusting - Inhibition using SO2 and other Sulfur based substences
  • Norborene
  • Photoharding plastic
  • Poly-paraphenylene terephthalamide
  • Polymer dispersed liquid crystal display
  • Sarking
  • Short Beam Shear Test - an ASTM test of shear strength for composite materials
  • Staybrite steel - ability to take a cutting edge of, relative to stainless and plain-carbon steels.
  • Steel grading
  • Alloys for forming operations
  • Zamac 8
  • X-ray welding
  • Chrome Vanadium Steel - Chromium-Vanadium Steel (CVS)

[edit] Mechanical

  • Chilled beams (ceiling mounted units used for cooling and heating. Air-water system that decreases amount of ductwork needed.)
  • Ackroyd Stuart (actual inventor of the so-called diesel engine - based on who?)
  • Aerodynamic moment (with regard to helicopter dynamics)
  • Aerospace Structures (information on what you'd learn from a course in Aerospace Structures)
  • Airgap (the gap between rotor and stator in an induction machine)
  • Beatrice Shilling (see Miss Shilling's orifice) who invented a clever fuel flow reducer for the Spitfire and Hurricane
  • Blower air movement calculations (calculating/converting blower psi from Dia. size, CFM, Max pressure (h2O) and Max Vacum (h2O))
  • Building Transportation Systems (that links to elevators, escalators, people movers, etc)
  • Carbon Canister
  • Flip Card Display - as in US Patent 4102070
  • Fordson Major vintage tractor (Power Major, Super Major)
  • Friction bearing
  • Griffith Criterion
  • Harmonic Drive Gear
  • Indexed gear
  • Model Centric Design
  • Pin joint
  • Piezo Wave Motor
  • Plastic gears
  • Runout (straightness of a cylinder?!!)
  • String test, load string test, no-load string test (relating to compressor skid performance testing)
  • Trifilar Suspension
  • Testing standards for ruggedized electronic equipment (i.e. MIL-STD-810 and "Intrinsically Safe")
  • Walter Kaaden (German Mechanic who invented some revolutionary motorcycle engines)
  • Hertzian Law of Contact in Composite Laminates
  • Paul Wurth Bell Less Top Blast Furnace charging system
  • CNC Safety equipment
  • Robotic arm / Mechanical arm
  • Torque multiplier
  • Production energy (Energy required to create 1kg of a specified material) creating matter? - yes, matter can be created; E=mc2
  • Heat Wheel (A type of regenerative/recuperative heat exchanger)

[edit] Non-Mechanical

  • Padless Touch System
  • Type-I band alignment (semiconductors)
  • UTMI ?
  • Electrostatic refrigeration
  • Arc tube

[edit] Power Sector

  • Abstract Theory of Engines
  • Generac Power Systems
  • Power Barges
  • Power System Harmonics
  • Robert M. Gardner ?
  • Spinning Reserve
  • Surf Generator
  • Toroidal Motor
  • Slagentangen Coal Refinery, Norway

[edit] Petroleum

  • Mechanical Earth Modeling
  • Hazard Operation (HAZAP)
  • Hazard Identification (HAZID)

[edit] Photogrammetry

  • Stereoplotters
  • Digital Mapping

[edit] Food, beverages, and cooking

[edit] A-I

  • Acid curd
  • Akai Rice (redirect to "sekihan")
  • Alphabetti Spaghetti
  • Amedei Porceleana (Supposedly world's most expensive chocolate)
  • Artificial Crab (what is it, when did it come into common use?)
  • Baking thermometer
  • Blacktooth (a drink made of Jack Daniel's and Coca Cola, made popular by Pantera)
  • Bombpop (an iced treat)
  • Brinner (the humorous combination of brunch and dinner)
  • Builders' tea (a British term for tea)
  • Candy Scrape
  • Carbolite (type of ice cream)
  • Carbonell (brand of Olive Oil from Spain)
  • Carnation Instant Breakfast
  • Charcoal Steak
  • Chicken and Dumplings
  • Churrasca (Brazilian grill)
  • chremzel/chremsel/chremzlach/chremzlech (ja:フレムズラハ) -
  • Cornell Formula
  • Coupe glass
  • Courone Lochoise
  • Dacquois
  • Debrecena
  • Dightrye
  • Disodium phosphate (flavor enhancer or preservative in many foods)
  • Essene Bread
  • Euronorm
  • Fermenty
  • Fiori di Sicilia (vanilla extract substitute) Looking for sugar content
  • Fleischkāse
  • Frabble
  • Gamey
  • Garlic scape
  • Philéas Gilbert ?
  • Gravilax
  • Green ripe State of edibility for beans like edamame soy.
  • Ground fishing
  • Genki Sushi
  • HACAAP - Food preparation safety standard
  • Hawaiian Chili
  • Haybox (cooking tool/method utilizing residual heat)
  • Heat (book)
  • Hydrogen generator
  • International Coffee
  • International Edible Book Festival
  • Isostar a sports drink
  • Kosher Pareve
  • Kamokamo
  • Lachmajun
  • List of Japanese tea varieties
  • List of Fruits and Vegetables of Japan
  • Moravian Christmas cookie/Moravian Christmas cookies
  • Renin curd
  • Spreewald gherkins

[edit] J-P

  • Johnson's Popcorn, a popcorn vendor known around the Jersey Shore area, particularly the Boardwalk
  • Kavli
  • Kijafa, a Danish cherry wine
  • Kikusui
  • Li Hing Mui
  • Low-temperature extrusion
  • Madame Jeanette pepper
  • Maltloaf
  • Mandelona
  • Mapuey
  • Meltdown (Pizza)
  • Metering valve
  • Mexican roll
  • Mocahete
  • Mookie
  • Masalas
  • Midnight Feast
  • Muhammara
  • Natreon
  • Natural flavorings
  • Neon Nerds
  • Nviro waste treatment process
  • Bradley Ogden, chef and restauranteur
  • Onikoroshi
  • Ootoro
  • Orange bang - Mexican "agua fresca"
  • Organic fish
  • Pastina tiny pasta
  • Pear tomato - a variety of tomato similar to the cherry or grape tomato, but teardrop shaped.
  • Piccata
  • Piperade
  • Pimenton - please clarify the difference between pimenton, pimento, red pepper.
  • Purin (Japanese pudding) - a very popular Japanese dessert.
  • Tom Thumb Doughnuts - A carnival/fair chain that sells miniature doughnuts.

[edit] Q-Z

  • Ranger Cookie made from creamer and sugar in US Army MREs
  • Reistafel
  • Saint Agur
  • Sainte Maure
  • Sapora
  • Satureia hortensis plant used in Roman recipes
  • Sheet cake
  • Snickers pie
  • Snirkles it was a caramel-type candy of bygone days (the 50s, maybe?)
  • Marlena Spieler a well known popular Jewish chef, a regular columnist for the New York Times
  • Sprouted bread Seen mentions of it around the web, not sure what it is.
  • Staleness there is already an article on decomposition, which mentions fruit spoilage, but it says nothing about the process by which bread becomes stale
  • Steak fingers
  • Strawmato (see Wiktionary entry)
  • Saupinette
  • Tepin pepper
  • Toffo brand of toffee sweets (taffy candy)
  • Turkey Syrup
  • Turkey twizzler or Turkey Twizzler
  • Vessie (pig bladder used in French cuisine for sealing food to be steamed/boiled/etc.)
  • Vitellone
  • Veuve Galien Champaign
  • Windowpane test for kneading dough
  • Wilkins Coffee
  • Wine (medical use) - Components in main wine article but much more can be written on this subject to merit its own article.
  • Zesto - restaurant in Columbia, S.C.

[edit] Health science

Also see Wikipedia:Requested articles/list of missing pharmacology and list of drugs

Average deaths per day, total, from all causes. It would be helpful to put into perspective all the stats of: 'alcohol kills X number of people per day'....out of how many that die per day?

[edit] A-D

  • Academic detailing (drug)
  • Ad§renomyeloneuropathy
  • AH Blood Type
  • Amaloid
  • Annonacin
  • Assisted Movement with Enhanced Sensation (AMES)
  • Amygdalohippocampectomy (a form of brain surgery used to correct some forms of epilepsy)
  • Anterior Spinal Syndrome (Caused by anterior spinal a. infarct)
  • Artistic yoga/athletic yoga/rhythmic yoga (forms of yoga sports)
  • ATPase rate
  • Ashwagardha (aka Indian Ginseng, also spelled Ashwagarda)
  • Aulterra
  • Barbasol
  • Bodytalk system
  • Boston Digital Arm
  • Brain Port - Link to CNN Article.
  • Beef and Milk Hormones
  • Caffeine allergy (can cause psychosis?) does this need a separate article, or can it be added as a section in Caffeine#Pharmacology?
  • Canepas
  • Cardiac event monitor (mentioned in the Holter monitor article)
  • Central Cord Syndrome (sensory/motor loss w/ "cape like" distribution, often from syringomyelia)
  • Che-Z (and other chemotaxis proteins) perhaps this should be added to the chemotaxis section.
  • Citrulline Maleate
  • Cnidium also known as Chuan Xiong, a Chinese herb
  • Clotting powder
  • Crancer study, a study of cannabis and driving
  • Cryo-cell
  • Curative Heating Device
  • Danbury Shakes
  • Dead Sea water intoxication, presents with profound hypermagnesemia and hypercalcemia
  • Dennis Maiman, notable neurosurgeon
  • Effects of video games to health
  • diastimaWhat is this?
  • Dried Blood Spot testing method of blood screening, for diagnosis and analysis, used in HIV testing among other areas
  • Du Huo a Chinese herb, also known as Publescent Angelica
  • Du Zhong (Chao) also known as Eucommia, a Chinese herb

[edit] E-K

  • Elemental Diet Liquid nutrients diet created by NASA for Astronnauts to produce less waste in space. Also used to help healing the digestive system.
  • E-Lybra Device that detects and uses resonance patterns to identify and treat illnesses Link to E-Lybra product site.(Connected to Homeopathy)
  • Emma Kunz (1892-1963) Swiss artist, healer and researcher
  • endernologie looking better through cellulite reduction. fda approved. non-invasive
  • endoexoenteric
  • ethnopharmacognacy
  • The Evolution Diet
  • Facial toner
  • Flagellar Motility
  • Food presentation
  • Gougerot-Blum Disease or Gougerot-Blum Syndrome - An uncommon skin disease
  • HappyVappy Herbal Vaporizer
  • Health level
  • Health Risk Assessment
  • Herxheimer's reaction
  • Hip impingement
  • History of Diseases a Historical Timeline, listing an over all timeline and a more specific timeline to each disease
  • Holistic Health Counseling
  • HybriCell a cancer vaccine developed in Brazil (www.vacinacontraocancer.com.br)
  • Hydrancephaly
  • Hypergranulation tissue
  • Hypersexuality treatment
  • Hysterical conversion disorder
  • Immune Modulation
  • Isolation ward
  • Infrared Interactance Using light absorbtion and reflection to determine body composition (body fat etc.)
  • Intraoperative radiation Using radiation during surgery to remove tumors.
  • Jeypine
  • Jin Gou Ji aka cibotium, a Chinese herb
  • Jin Suo Gu Jing Wan some kind of Chinese herb
  • Juvenile Chronic Arthritis
  • Karyotype of Edwards syndrome
  • Kenadie Jourdin-Bromley Girl with primordial dwarfism.
  • Kevin Stephan ?
  • International Institute of Inhalant Abuse - See "Neil Rosenberg" below.

[edit] L-P

  • Lady-Comp
  • Laser PhotoTherapy (Hair Treatment)
  • Lewandowsky-Lutz A rare skin condition as seen here: http://blog.wfmu.org/freeform/2007/03/missionary_enco.html
  • Lycantropy
  • Pediatric Gastroenterology
  • Neotigason
  • neuralgy
  • Nordic medical birth registers
  • Ma Roller A self massage device. A site that sells and describes the device: http://www.themaroller.com/
  • Mary Adelaide Nutting
  • Mobetron A device used for intraoperative radiation therapy (applying radiation in the course of removing a tumor)
  • Migralepsy
  • Osmotic fragility
  • Octocosanol
  • participatory mapping
  • Penis reflexology
  • Pharmacy law
  • Phatogenes
  • Phenobarb (phenobarbital?)
  • Photoaging
  • Photographic protection
  • Pigeon toe Intoeing
  • Pinched nerve (sciatica?]
  • Pitwich
  • PhIP
  • Prolactin Inhibiting Hormone
  • Protein combination
  • Photo-spot and Digital Photo-spot Fluoroscopy
  • post traumatic stress disorder assessment tools

[edit] Q-S

  • Rapid Eye Technology R.E.T.
  • Reike
  • Rhooentgenoscope
  • Ruth Bishop person who found Rotavirus
  • Neil Rosenberg - "See International Institute of Inhalant Abuse" above
  • Sambucol
  • Sang Zhi also known as mulberry twig, a Chinese herb
  • Sciatic notch
  • Sex-influenced traits
  • Shin-shin-toitsu-do (Japanese yoga)
  • spondylo-epiphyseal dysplasia [51]
  • Rick Stoddard - Anti-Smoking Anti-Tobacco Speaker [52]
  • stroboscopic test (psychologist related)
  • Sauna belts
  • Satiety value
  • Schuermann's Disease Spinal disease
  • Shu Di Huang also known as Rehmannia, a Chinese herb
  • Soraida Salwala Founded the world's first elephant hospital (located in Thailand)
  • Subintestinal Submucosa
  • Surge Capacity Hospital disaster preparedness

[edit] T-W

  • Targardt disease Rare disorder associated with macular degenerancy, which causes loss of vision at the center of field of vision. Typically onset during childhood. No known treatment.
  • Temporal binding Related to the study of consciousness. Neuroscience. It is mentioned but not explained in this study [53].
  • Temperature optimum for study and mind activities Related to the search for optimal temperature for mind activities esp. studying.
  • Thyroid dwarf dwarfism caused by low levels of thyroid hormones during pregnancy, resulting in underdevelopment of body and brain
  • Toe cramps When one toe feels as though it's dislocated
  • Trancite A type of silicone nylon mesh with skin cells harvested from foreskins, used to speed up healing time for burns.
  • TraumaDEX (Type of clotting powder)
  • Transformation Solution
  • Ureotelic systems Excretion system based on excretion of urea
  • Uricotelic systems Excretion system based on excretion of uric acid
  • Uroflowmeter
  • Wellness Revolution
  • WOMAC ? A scale used to assess osteoarthritis symptoms
  • Vibrating belt machine Those weight-loss devices from the 50s.
  • Virgin Soil Epidemic
  • Steen Willadsen ?
  • Mnemodynamic psychotherapy - natural therapy

[edit] X-Z

  • Xenogenic Relating to or involving tissues or cells belonging to individuals of different species. Compare with Allogenic. Immunology

ZYPREX new psychotropics drug, suppose to help with mania dipresia and schyzofrenia

[edit] Law

See Wikipedia:Requested articles/Applied arts and sciences/Law.

[edit] Crime and law enforcement

[edit] A-B

  • aging offender
  • alloplastic adaptation
  • ankle bracelet transmitter
  • asocial personality
  • autoplastic adaptation
  • biological theories of criminology - see Criminology#Biological
  • bite mark injury - see Bite
  • body garden
  • brain lesion theory

[edit] C

  • Canadian Judicial Warrant
  • car prowl
  • Celes King III (Infamous bounty hunter; worked over Domino Harvey)
  • chronic mentally ill offender
  • clandestine abuse
  • conduct norms
  • confounding effects
  • consensus model
  • constitutional equality amendment
  • constitutional theories of criminology
  • constitutive criminology
  • correctional psychology
  • Victorian Crimes Act 1958
  • culture conflict

[edit] D-E

  • dangerousness
  • defense of justification
  • discrediting information
  • drug-defined crime
  • dye bomb
  • ecological theory
  • ethnic succession
  • exclusion laws

[edit] F-H

  • federal interest computer
  • feminist criminology
  • fetus abduction
  • focal concern
  • forcible rape what rape is not forcible? Statutory rape isn't; also, rape by extortion may not be.
  • forensic lip-reading
  • Frank Koehler
  • frustration-aggression theory
  • gender-politics model
  • general deterrence
  • Gregory Scarpa (mafioso)
  • gun buyback program
  • habitual offender statute
  • John Garvey

[edit] I-M

  • illegal gambling
  • illegitimate opportunity structure
  • individual rights advocate
  • induced miscarriage abortion? We have self-induced abortion.
  • infamous cremations
  • integrated theory of criminology
  • invisible evidence
  • Alex Kelly (rapist), notorious convicted rapist from Darien -- page already exists: see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alex_Andrew_Kelly
  • Derek and Alex King ?
  • Theuns Kruger- sentenced to 25 years imprisonment for rapes in South Africa) [54]
  • labeling (criminology)
  • law and order advocate
  • Leigh Leigh ?
  • level 3 sex offender
  • Adolph Luetgert
  • life course theories
  • life-style theory of criminology
  • University College London Hospitals (UCLH)(see [55])
  • Larry Emilio Maschino, conman who posed as millionaire philanthropist
  • Medina v. California
  • Monozyotic
  • Moral enterprise
  • Mayerling Skin Renewal System

[edit] N-O

[edit] P

  • Participatory justice
  • Peacemaking criminology
  • Penal couple
  • Pharmaceutical diversion
  • Phenotyping
  • Post-crime victimization
  • George Poulos ?
  • power-control theory
  • preservation order
  • pretrial intervention (PTI)
  • primary research
  • prison service rules
  • prison suicide rate
  • protection/avoidance strategy
  • psychiatric criminology
  • psychiatric theories of criminology
  • psychoanalytic criminology
  • psychological theories

[edit] Q-R-S

  • quasi-experiment
  • R. M. Qualtrough ?
  • radical criminology
  • realist criminology
  • reciprocal obligation
  • reintegrative shaming
  • replicability
  • Elfriede Lina Huth Rinkel - only woman deported for Nazi war crimes from USA
  • Robert Rhodes - Homeland Security Officer who beat a Chinese tourist near the Rainbow Bridge
  • routine activities theory
  • roving wiretap
  • Tiesha Sargeant see [56]
  • Seventh Step, a pre-release program for prison inmates
  • Ronald Shanabarger, murdered infant son in order to get reveng on child's mother
  • Sipho Amgmatir Thwala, serial killer, known to have murdered nineteen women in South Africa.
  • Sam Shephard, a man wrongly acused of murder by the state of Ohio. The T.V series The Fugative is based upon him.
  • Swiss Federal Police, the Swiss Federal Police which is rarelly talked about.

[edit] T-Z

  • target hardening
  • Thomas Van Der Heijden (Belgian art thief active in Europe in the 50s and 60s)
  • Timeline of school shootings in the US. This BBC Article has a very basic timeline.
  • transylvanian hypothesis
  • Troy Kell (Recently the subject of an HBO documentary - which one?)
  • uni-causal
  • Urban sniper
  • victimization rate
  • victim-proneness
  • Villisca Axe Murder where and when?
  • John W. Webster, 1793-1850, Harvard professor hanged for murdering Dr. George Parkman
  • William Krar, mentioned briefly on May 4, 2004. [57], [58]
  • Yes Card

[edit] Industry

  • Athabasca Oil Sands Project (AOSP) (Alberta, Canada)
  • Ahimsa silk a fiber processed without injuring silkworms
  • bating leather
  • charmeuse (fabric) A type or process relating to satin?
  • clothing industry
  • double-edge razor What they are, what they do, and how they're made.
  • End-dogger A piece of machinery used in lumber mills.
  • fatliquoring
  • Hydro Skimming Refinery
  • Industrial machine
  • Institute of International Container Lessors Their purpose in container industry and about the IICL certificate.
  • Izod Impact Test A standard test of material durability with regards to shattering, deforming or shearing under an impact.
  • Post Curing Apparatus
  • Power Fluidics/Vortex Amplification Using a liquid or gas' own momentum to propel it indefinitely, using a wheel to spin it around leaving a vortex behind it which the rest fills.
  • Ruby glass What it is, what it is used for
  • Sharkskin (fabric)
  • VC-23H Cream-related product
  • Nonutility Electric Generating Plant What they are and what they do

[edit] Library sciences

  • Authority record
  • Bibliographic control
  • Bibliographic record
  • Book delivery desk
  • Book stacks services
  • Coalition for Networked Information Clifford Lynch org: goal use IT and networked information to enhance scholarship/intellectual productivity
  • Dorkas Fellows
  • Guerrilla librarian
  • KANAnswer (information service provided by Kansas libraries in a live-chat format)
  • Lucien Herr ?
  • Lynne Brindley ?
  • National Digital Information Infrastructure Protection Program (NDIPP)
  • Peter Kurilecz ?
  • Publication cycle
  • Synthetic Data
  • Zoia Horn ?
  • Poetic forms- Plain Style

[edit] Medicine

See Wikipedia:Requested articles/Applied arts and sciences/Medicine. See also list of diseases and the various articles linked from there

  • brightspark
  • Finochietto

[edit] Physical science

  • pycrite (put this under Physics, since there is no chemical reaction. (Freezing does not count)
  • Alignment layers - Used to induce molecular alignment in liquid crystals
  • argillipedoturbation
  • Baking contrast unit
  • Clogston cable
  • coherent superposition relationship to lenseless laser focusing
  • compressive modulus of elasticity
  • conoscopic holography, The optical interference effect produced by doubly refracting crystals illuminated with convergent polarised light rays
  • coolth, an antonym of warmth
  • Core saturation calculation, How to calculate the amount of saturated fluids in a core sample.
  • Dayem bridge where?
  • Dirac point phase coherent electronic transport at the Dirac point.
  • Exploding wire method, for measuring enthalpies and heat capacities.
  • Flory-Rehner equation, for determining cross-link density in materials from the swelling ratio
  • Friederichs model, referring to a particular regime of dynamics in microscopic theory of irreversible processes
  • Gauge variable
  • Gauss dynamics
  • Goldberger Treiman relation, a well known relation in nuclear physics and particle physics
  • G-Jitter, subtopic microgravity - a vibration which is common to all large orbiting spacecraft.
  • Grinberg-Zylberbaum experiment - see [59]
  • Hele-Shaw cell
  • Heterotrophic absorber
  • Kutta Jakowski (lift theory)
  • Langmuir-Kinshelwood Kinetics
  • lightwave penetration of materials
  • List of Central American scientists (and individual countries)
  • List of South American scientists (and individual countries)
  • List of African scientists (and individual countries)
  • List of European scientists (and individual countries)
  • List of Asian scientists (and individual countries)
  • Lookback time
  • Low multipole anomaly (of power spectrum of cosmic background radiation or CMB)
  • Lunar fluorescence
  • Marangoni convection
  • Methanation
  • Model Hamiltonian
  • monatomic gold
  • nuclear hyperpolarization
  • Numerov's method
  • Optical syrup
  • Optical transducer
  • Optical relay
  • Phaser diagram
  • Photon deflection
  • physico-chemical/ physicochemical
  • Poloidal field see [60]
  • polydimethylsiloxane linear polymer
  • Pyrotron
  • Quantum polarization shift communications
  • Quantum Capacitance
  • Radiofrequency quadrapole accelerator
  • Rheometric Scientific
  • Rheometrics
  • Rotational diffusion
  • Rouse model for polymer chains
  • Spin Alignment Echo (SAE) technique in solid state NMR (Maybe as in (Hafner et al, Meas. Sci Tech., 1991))
  • Starlite
  • supermapping
  • Surface Brillouin zone
  • symmetric fission
  • Thermovoltaic cells
  • Thiago Olsen, a high school senior who achieved nuclear fusion in his parents' basement. http://www.dailytech.com/Michigan+Teen+Builds+Nuclear+Fusion+Device/article6654.htm
  • Vector electromagnetics at the focus of high numerical aperture optical systems
  • Vibrating Sample Magnetometer
  • Vibrational echo
  • Video plankton recorder
  • Water expander trick
  • Depletion attraction
  • Chaotic transport
  • Baker-Hausdorff lemma
  • Poloidal field
  • Chromium hydroxide
  • Infragravity waves
  • Noble Gasses the group on the peridoic table of elements (include all information of elements and the group)
  • Helogen Group the group on the peridoic table of elements (include all information of elements in the group)

[edit] Computer science, computing, and Internet

See Wikipedia:Requested articles/Applied arts and sciences/Computer science, computing, and Internet

[edit] Technology and tools

[edit] #'s

  • 3DVAR : Three-Dimensional Variational method
  • 4.2.1 and other specific SMTP sub-errors

[edit] A-B

  • A la carte cable television
  • AlarmPoint
  • AOL Powertools
  • Automatics scrubber
  • AES-CCMP encryption protocol
  • Atomic Holographic Optical Data Storage Nanotechnology
  • Axode (spatial motions described by the motions of a moving axode on a fixed axode)
  • Barcode Wedge
  • Bias T (adding electric signals on a coax cable)
  • Billeted aluminum
  • Binoral Sound or 3D sound see Binaural recording
  • Blareware
  • blogsmith (bloggin tool used by Engadget and such)
  • Branch Office Box (Single Appliance)
  • Bubble Pump

[edit] C

  • Audio Bone-Conduction Headphones Headphones that work using bone conduction.
  • cache bus
  • capillary thermostat (home/office radiator)
  • carpenter 20 (alloy)
  • client socket
  • climate chamber
  • Cluster fault injection test
  • Commwarrior
  • Computer Repair, Networking, Information Technology, VoIP, IP Telephony
  • Content Addressable Parallel Processor
  • Reflective Cognitive Agent (Concept within Software agent)
  • CRV Disc
  • Arconium Carbide
  • copper-indium-gallium-diSelenide for solar energy applications
  • Cooper Box A micro electonic/quantum device being used in quantum computing.

[edit] D-E

  • Daniel Bonilla ?
  • Depron
  • Dermel - do you mean Dremel?
  • Detonation gun-for applying a wear surface. Maybe diamond?
  • discrete L2 cache
  • DLC tape
  • Domain Modeling Environment (DoME)
  • Doogate built-in access key search engine [61]
  • Dual-voltage CPU
  • DVD Access
  • DVD Magic A DVD ripping/copying software
  • ECM Motor a.k.a. Electrically Commutated Motor
  • eCoupled - wireless power transmission technology. I'd write it myself but a zealous editor won't let me write anything I'm an expert in due to potential COI. contact me if sources needed
  • Electronic dissolution
  • engine crane
  • Enterprise Integration Patterns - Linked to Design Patterns / Design pattern (computer science)
  • Entertable (Phillips displayed this at CES 2006 Is it a real product?)
  • eSpring - first product to use eCoupled technology, first home water system to pass NSF UV water filter standards. contact me if sources needed.
  • execution trace cache
  • external bus
  • Embedded Controller Program -
  • EtherNet/IP -

[edit] F-I

  • Facom
  • Flexographic printing
  • Flight case (a kind of suitcase)
  • FlipClips (web-based service providing video-to-flipbook conversion, featured in Popular Science and other magazines, newspapers and television shows)
  • Floor life (of a microchip)
  • Floor polisher (a.k.a. floor polishing machine, floor buffer. Basic cleaning/maintenance appliance! [62])
  • Flutter Shutter (hardware/software invention to decrease motion blur)
  • Focometer
  • fragment processing
  • Future Technology Workshop Method (for the design of new technology)
  • Gas pressure regulator
  • Geomapping
  • Gestural Technology (www.gesturestudios.com and/or John Underkoffler)
  • Gin trap
  • Glacier glass
  • Global Information Systems (Do you mean Geographic information system?)
  • Haifukiho - Korean/Japanese silver-mining method, only one mention on google
  • Hand boiler (Chemistry experimental tool)
  • Harry Bovik ?
  • Haul - Long Haul Network / Short Haul Network
  • Hybrid DVD
  • Hyperbrowser searching
  • iFish
  • impulse drill, (as oposed to "impact" drill which already has an article)
  • Inductive amplifier
  • Inertial propulsion ([63])
  • Information currency [64]
  • Initial console
  • Inscriber Character Generator
  • insert moulding Adding other materials to an injection molded part
  • Intelligent User Interface
  • Invisible fencing
  • IP Hider (hides your IP)
  • IP Premium

[edit] J-M

  • Jcink.com [65] A great site with lots of free web scripts and great support through their forums, and great web tools like flat-file forums and arcade scripts.
  • jRipper and jTagger [66] [67] jRipper is a CD ripper that uses LAME, and jTagger is an id3 tag editor. Both run on java.
  • keyboard map Software that tells operating system what character to input based on keyboard input.
  • Keystone jack
  • Knowledge Base Software Comparison Similar to the layout of Comparison of wiki software
  • Knowware
  • Kraftwerk Kennzeichen System (abbrev. "KKS", an identification and classification system for equipment and components in process plant)
  • Laser diode bar
  • LAWNMOWER and Small Engines including diagrams and some mechanical suggestions
  • light distribution polar diagram of a lamp
  • line conditioner
  • linear combustion engine
  • lost technology
  • low peak fuse
  • LVD Induction lighting
  • Luminometer for HACCP
  • Magic Fingers has only a re-direct to some children's game. I mean the vibrating kind. I ask because I stumbled onto a proported biography of its inventor, who almost invented it while making machinery to help him deal with his narcolepsy. Tragic story. Great read. Might even be true. And thus my request.
  • Managed Copy (to be used for Blu-Ray & HD-DVD)
  • McArthur Plow (variant McArthur Plough)
  • Mech Aps (Project to make a bipedal 'robot')
  • MiRF or uMiRF (wireless technology)
  • Mowbot- automatic lawn mower
  • Mobifilm (film making using video capable mobile phones)
  • Mobile Technology (Knowledge about mobile phone software and hardware architecture.)
  • MultiValueDatabase MVBD (database)

[edit] N-P

  • Nano titanium
  • Nano-workers
  • Nesus
  • Niddy noddy (yarn handling tool)
  • Norse architecture
  • Novel System Wiring
  • OpenLCR
  • Optical Comparator
  • Optochemotronics
  • Output Clipping
  • OutSystems Platform
  • overmolding
  • Ovonyx
  • Oziexplorer (a graphics tool for handling maps - uses .map file format)
  • PCI64
  • Pew Internet and American Life Project
  • PhenoTech
  • Phosphoimager
  • Piano Hinge ?
  • Pierre Le Roy ?
  • Piller Drill - See Drill#Drill_press
  • place-shifting
  • plasma filter°
  • Platform technology
  • pneumatic thermostat
  • polymerosome
  • postionization
  • printer quality
  • push to show
  • Poids

PicoP

[edit] R-S

  • Radio Telemetry
  • Real/IX It is a Real-Time OS attempt based on UNIX V3.2
  • receptacle tester
  • Red Hat Cluster
  • retroprojector
  • Revigator
  • RF splitter
  • RICEFW as used in SAP_AG
  • Ring bolt
  • Roentgen Stereophotogrammetry
  • Safety device
  • Safe Secure Exception Handling
  • Scott Nudds
  • Scheffler reflector, solar technology for developing countries
  • SENSIT, Smart-Dust successor.
  • shoe (camcorder component)
  • Shower bath
  • Showerhead
  • Shower filter
  • Silent boot (BIOS)
  • Single-voltage CPU
  • SIP header re-writing
  • SmartNAV, head tracker for ergonomics and Assistive Technology industries
  • Smart wall, used in media presentation
  • SolarPly
  • solidwork
  • sonic welding
  • Sony HDR-HC3
  • Suspended Particle Device - Windows who's opacity is controlled by voltage - Perhaps similar "smart" glass technology
  • Spinal Fixation Device
  • Sprint Relay
  • Squeegit
  • Stacking (fuel cell)
  • statistical switching
  • Structural grid
  • switching station
  • Symmetric/Asymmetric Plugs
  • I am requesting an article on some different types of shotgun ammunition please. For example, i'm not sure what the term "slug" means or if is different from a regular shotgun shell with many tiny metal balls in it.

[edit] T-Z

  • theSMSzone - Spoofed SMS messages.Short_message_service
  • Thin film sensor
  • Thick film sensor
  • Time of Flight Diffraction (TOFD)
  • TrackID
  • TROM Macroinstruction translator unit, see [68] and [69]; if you wish me to begin this article please leave a message --Legolas558
  • Tuned Electromagnetic Resonance Collar (TERC)
  • uDAPL ?
  • UHF Pro Used by receivers (e.g. DISH Network) to get signals from remote control
  • Ultrasonic drill [70]
  • Ultrasonic water fogger A device which uses ultrasonics to make mist (water vapour)
  • UNIX kernel architecture
  • Variable elimination
  • Virtusphere A device that allows it's user to walk in any direction within a virtual reality environment.
  • Video Buffer Verifier
  • Video jukebox
  • WIENUX (Linux Distribution in Vienna, Austria for government and administration)
  • Win1200 (usb/line phone)

[edit] Automotive technology

  • Carbon-ceramic disk brakes
  • Changeover valve
  • Diesel injection iump
  • Directional siren for emergency vehicles
  • Port injection
  • Proxlock
  • Intake charger It is a device fitted in the air gauge of an automobile engine. the rpm of a car stays high with the help of this device thereby keeping acceleration stable.

Anti-Roll Suspension, See: • http://www.antiroll.com/

[edit] Military technology

  • brevity code called out when releasing weapon(s)
  • VIPeR New Israeli War Machine. See Neowin Article
  • Warship comparison I would like to ask for a list of comparison of warship once used by many different navies (like Ancient Egypt's galley, massive ship of Imperial China navy, Korean "turtle ship", battleships of Royal Navy/other european navies, down to modern warship) each with it's known capabilities.
  • C-4 Protective Mask The gas mask that is widely used by the Canadian forces
  • BLU-114/B "Soft-Bomb" Some information available here; [71] special-purpose munition for attacking electrical power infrastructure.
  • Theater Battle Management Core System (TBMCS)
  • British Admiralty Pennant
  • Inflatable body armour would not be very bullet-proof
  • Automatic Targeting Attack Communicator
  • ecotracer (see acoustic mirror and http://www.dself.dsl.pipex.com/MUSEUM/COMMS/ear/ear.htm)
  • Enhanced Tactical Satellite Signal Processor (ETSSP)
  • Heated shot - history, method and effect of heated shot fired from cannon, American Revolutionary War and before
  • Hunnicutt book ?
  • IR-40 Iranian heavy water reactor under construction at Arak
  • Lawrence Pellet Primer System
  • Lorica musculata - The muscled cuirass which appears in various Roman sculpture
  • Miles Hoopla ?
  • Mobile phone positioning
  • Motobomba, a WWII circling torpedo [72][73]
  • PB-4M & PB-4-1, Russian flare launcher/flashbang gun/non-lethal pistol.
  • RC-90 radio controller/remote detonator
  • signature management - deception of all areas of the electromagnetic spectrum
  • SOFLAM - SOF Laser Marker
  • tennis lens
  • TOZ TP-82, Russian? 12-gauge double-barreled shotgun with detachable stock.
  • unmanned surface vehicle, aka crewless surface watercraft
  • Tuscani, Tuscani (automobile)
  • iron rations, see [74]
  • David Schurig, see [75] for more info ?
  • Major Vernon Byrd, Author of Passing Gas - The History of Inflight Refueling
  • 320 mm mortar - Large guns used in the defense of Iwo Jima, among other places.
  • Military Portable Computer Equipment - Military on-site computer equipment.
  • M-14 sopmod- US special forces version of the m4 can be used instead of m4 compacted m14
  • Service Life Extension Program of the US Navy
  • Desired Mean Point of Impact (DMPI), see [76]
  • VN3 PLA 4 x 4 light armored vehicle in low rate production

Main advantage and applications of SONAR. Block diagram which explain the SONAR working. Modulation and transmission technology used