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  • Tjondro, Johannes Adhijoso (Department of Civil Engineering, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand, 1992)
    An analytical investigation of the P-A effects in medium height steel moment resisting frames to selected earthquake motions is reported. The frames with various design drifts and fundamental natural periods were designed ...
  • Tjiang, Paulus Cahyono (1998)
    We consider the problem of designing an Ansatz for the fermion-photon vertex function, using three-dimensional quantum electrodynamics as a test case. In many existing studies, restrictions have been placed on the form ...
  • Sutanto, Sylvia Hastuti (2001)
    The transition probabilities for the components of both the Balmer and Lyman ®-lines of hydrogenic atoms are calculated for the nonrelativistic Schr¨ odinger theory, the Dirac theory, and the recently developed ...
  • Sutanto, Sylvia Hastuti (2001)
    The recently proposed eight-component relativistic wave equation is applied to the scattering of a photon from a free electron (Compton scattering). It is found that in spite of the considerable difference in the structure ...
  • Susanto, Sani; Suharto, Ign; Sukapto, Paulus (Unesco International Centre for Engineering Education (UICEE), 2002)
    It is a common practice to allocate students from certain subjects into different classes based on their ID number. A new approach for this allocation activity is proposed in this article. This proposed approach, which ...
  • Joewono, Tri Basuki; Kubota, Hisashi (Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 2005)
    Angkutan Kota (paratransit) and non-motorized vehicles still exist in many small and big cities in Indonesia. This paper intends to explore the characteristics of paratransit and NMT in Bandung. Operational, financial, ...
  • Lesmono, Julius Dharma; Tonkes, E.J.; Burrage, Kevin (Australian Mathematical Society, 2005)
    We consider a continuous time model for election timing in a Majoritarian Parliamentary System where the government maintains a constitutional right to call an early election. Our model is based on the two-party-preferred ...
  • Lesmana, Julius Dharma; Tonkes, Elliot (World Scientific, 2006)
    In this paper, we consider dynamic programming for the election timing in the majoritarian parliamentary system such as in Australia, where the government has a constitutional right to call an early election. This right ...
  • Lesmono, Julius Dharma (2006)
    We consider a mathematical model for election timing in a Majoritarian Parliamentary System where the government maintains a constitutional right to call an election. This model is based on the two-party-preferred data ...
  • Joewono, Tri Basuki; Kubota, Hisashi (International Association of Traffic and Safety Sciences (IATSS) - Elsevier, 2006)
    Public transportation poses a higher risk of safety and security since there happen to be more passengers in one car. The problem becomes worse in developing countries, because of the lack of suitable and integrated ...
  • Susanto, Sani; Ernawati; Vasant, Pandian (Unesco International Centre for Engineering Education (UICEE), 2006)
    Data Structure is a compulsory 4th semester subject offered by the Department of Informatics at Atma Jaya University, Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Consider that there are 121 students enrolled in this subject, all of whom need ...
  • Joewono, Tri Basuki; Kubota, Hisashi (Springer Science+Business Media B.V., 2007)
    The rapid pace of motorization throughout the world has changed travel behavior, which in turn has influenced every aspect of transport operations. This impact has also increasingly challenged the future existence of ...
  • Joewono, Tri Basuki; Kubota, Hisashi (Transportation Research Board, 2007)
    Negative experience, commonly expressed in the form of complaints, are not usually considered in the operation of paratransit, especially in developing countries. There have been few studies of negative experiences with ...
  • Joewono, Tri Basuki; Kubota, Hisashi (The Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 2007)
    Paratransit is used extensively in almost all cities in Indonesia, as well as in many developing cities. The aim of this research is to explore user perceptions of paratransit operation, regarding quality of service, ...
  • Joewono, Tri Basuki; Santosa, Wimpy; Kubota, Hisashi (The Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 2007)
    It is widely agreed that sustainable public transport is important for developing cities. However, there is a wide variation in definition of sustainable public transport. Thus, this article has an aim to explore the ...
  • Joewono, Tri Basuki; Kubota, Hisashi (Taylor & Francis, 2008)
    This paper explores user satisfaction with making use of paratransit in Bandung, Indonesia. User perceptions of attributes are analyzed using factor analysis to find representing attribute types and factors of service ...
  • Lesmono, Julius Dharma; Tonkes, E.J; Burrage, Kevin (Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 2009)
    In many parliamentary systems, election timing is an important decision made by governments in order to maximize their expected remaining life in power. Governments can also introduce policy or economic actions to enhance ...
  • Tonkes, Elliot J.; Lesmono, Julius Dharma (University of Buckingham Press, 2009)
    Prediction and betting markets have evolved with contracts based on electoral outcomes and the traded prices provide a measure of speculators’ views on electoral outcomes. Conversely, popular opinion polls yield data ...
  • Basuki, Thomas Anung; Cerone, Antonio; Griesmayer, Andreas; Schlatte, Rudolf (2009)
    This article describes a framework to formally model and analyse human behaviour. This is shown by a simple case study of a chocolate vending machine, which represents many aspects of human behaviour. The case study is ...

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