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  • Link, Matthew R.; Borner, Katy; Furlani, Thomas; Gallo, Steven; Henschel, Robert; DeLeon, Robert; Fulton, Ben; Yearke, Tom (2017-04-02)
  • Stewart, Craig A. (3/23/2010)
    This presentation provides an overview of the National Science Foundation Advisory Committee for Cyberinfrastructure Task Forces: - Campus Bridging - Data - Grand Challenge Task Force - High Performance Computing - ...
  • Stewart, Craig A.; Stanzione, Daniel; Cockerill, Timothy; Skidmore, Edwin; Fischer, Jeremy; Lowe, John Michael; Hammond, Bret; Turner, George; Hancock, David Y.; Miller, Therese
  • Chodos, Alan; Kostelecký, V.A. (Physics Letters B, 1994)
    Recently, a type of null experiment for spacelike neutrinos has been proposed. We examine in detail a class of null tests involving nuclear beta decay or capture in atoms and ions. The most promising candidate systems are ...
  • Thornton, S.T.; Cordell, K.R.; Dennis, L.C.; Parks, R.L.; Taddeucci, T.N.; Schweizer, T.C.; Doering, R.R. (Indiana University Cyclotron Facility, 1978)
  • Cao, Z-J.; Bent, R.D.; Nann, H.; Conte, J.S.; Dillig, M. (Indiana University Cyclotron Facility, 1985)
  • Tickle, R.S.; Gray, W.S.; Griffin, H.C.; Smith, H.A. Jr. (Indiana University Cyclotron Facility, 1976)
  • Galuska, John (Department of Folklore and Ethnomusicology, Indiana University, 2000)
  • Jung, Chang-Yeol ([Bloomington, Ind.] : Indiana University, 2010-06-01)
    We demonstrate how one can improve the numerical solution of singularly perturbed problems involving multiple boundary layers by using a combination of analytic and numerical tools. Incorporating the so-called boundary ...
  • Foster, Todd Leon ([Bloomington, Ind.] : Indiana University, 2015-04)
    The study is a cross-sectional examination of growth and nutritional status among Marshallese school children living on Majuro Atoll. Colonialism and globalization have altered the foods available, economic structure, and ...
  • Arshanapalli, Bala; Pollak, Micah (School of Business and Economics, Indiana University Northwest, 2015-06)
    In April the Northwest Indiana Coincident Index remained stable at its March value of 139.9. The forecast for the regional economy over the next six months continues to be for 1-2% growth.
  • Pollak, Micah; Arshanapalli, Bala (School of Business and Economics, Indiana University Northwest, 2016-04)
    In April the Northwest Indiana Coincident Index continued the positive growth that began with the start of the year and rose by 0.3 points from 141.9 to 142.2. Since March the region added 4,200 new jobs, retail sales were ...
  • Arshanapalli, Bala; Pollak, Micah (School of Business and Economics or Indiana University Northwest, 2014-09-09)
    In August the Northwest Indiana Coincident Index rose 0.3 points from 139.0 to 139.3. This growth continues a trend of expansion and recovery that is consistent with, but lagging behind slightly, the state and national ...
  • Arshanapalli, Bala; Pollak, Micah (School of Business and Economics, Indiana University Northwest, 2015-08)
    In August the Northwest Indiana Coincident Index rose 0.3 points to 141.4, marking the fifth month in a row with positive growth. This growth was driven primarily by a turnaround in employment, which expanded by 1,600 after ...
  • Pollak, Micah; Arshanapalli, Bala (School of Business and Economics, Indiana University Northwest, 2016-08)
    In August the Northwest Indiana Coincident Index remained unchanged from the previous month at 143.1. While regional employment reversed its decline, rising by a total of 5,200 jobs (+1.9%), steel production remained weak ...
  • Arshanapalli, Bala; Pollak, Micah (School of Business and Economics or Indiana University Northwest, 2014-12)
    The Northwest Indiana Coincident Index finished strongly in the fourth quarter, increasing by 1.0 point from its November level of 140.2. This is the second month of strong growth for the region after a stagnant third ...
  • Arshanapalli, Bala; Pollak, Micah (School of Business and Economics, Indiana University Northwest, 2015-12)
    In December the Northwest Indiana Coincident Index fell 0.2 points from 141.0 to 140.8. This decline was driven by continued weakness in the steel industry as monthly steel production remained more than 1.1 million net ...
  • Pollak, Micah; Arshanapalli, Bala (School of Business and Economics, Indiana University Northwest, 2016-12)
    In December the Northwest Indiana Coincident Index grew by 0.3 points to reach 143.8. While third quarter employment gains were reversed as the region lost 2,400 jobs, this was offset by strong growth in retail sales (up ...
  • Arshanapalli, Bala; Pollak, Micah (School of Business and Economics or Indiana University Northwest, 2015-02)
    In February the Northwest Indiana Coincident Index fell 0.9 points primarily due to a sharp decline in steel production. The forecast for the regional economy over the next six months continues to be for weak to no growth.
  • Pollak, Micah; Arshanapalli, Bala (School of Business and Economics, Indiana University Northwest, 2016-02)
    In February the Northwest Indiana Coincident Index continued its positive trend and rose by 0.2 points from 141.4 to 141.6. The region added back 1,100 jobs of the 9,200 that were lost in January. However, at the same time, ...

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