Nanostructures and Nanotechnology: Douglas Natelson
William H. Pickering:America´s Deep Space Pioneer Douglas J Mudgway, Nasa History Division
Newton´s Gravity:An Introductory Guide to the Mechanics of the Universe Undergraduate Lecture Notes in Physics. 2012. Auflage Douglas W. Macdougal
Physics for Scientists and Engineers with Modern Physics: Volume 1: Douglas C. Giancoli
An Investigation of Sensitive Air Jets and Their Acoustical Properties (Classic Reprint): Ralph Douglas Doner
Methods of Statistical Physics Applied to Seismology:A Study of Earthquakes from the Viewpoint of Complex Networks Douglas Ferreira, Andrés Papa, Ronaldo Menezes
Bell´s Theorem and Quantum Realism:Reassessment in Light of the Schrödinger Paradox SpringerBriefs in Physics. Auflage 2012 Douglas L. Hemmick, Asif M. Shakur
In this thesis, the author describes the development of a software framework to systematically construct a particular class of weakly coupled free fermionic heterotic string models, dubbed gauge models. In their purest form, these models are maximally supersymmetric (N = 4), and thus only contain superpartners in their matter sector. This feature makes their systematic construction particularly efficient, and they are thus useful in their simplicity. The thesis first provides a brisk introduction to heterotic strings and the spin-structure construction of free fermionic models. Three systematic surveys are then presented, and it is conjectured that these surveys are exhaustive modulo redundancies. Finally, the author presents a collection of metaheuristic algorithms for searching the landscape for models with a user-specified spectrum of phenomenological properties, e.g. gauge group and number of spacetime supersymmetries. Such algorithms provide the groundwork for extended generic free fermionic surveys. Dr Douglas Moore is currently with the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, having gained his Ph.D. at Baylor University in 2014.