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  • Batzinger, Robert P. (Indiana University South Bend, 2011-10-07)
    The goal of this study was to explore the use of machine learning techniques in the development of a web-based application that transcribes between multiple orthographies of the same language. To this end, source text files ...
  • Balthaser, Benjamin (Criticism, 2012)
    Scenes from Richard Wright's Native Son (1940) could be read as pointed satire of the documentary aesthetic, and easily be taken as Wright's final statement on the 1930s radical documentary. Balthaser argues that 12 Million ...
  • Vandenberg, Dennis (Indiana University South Bend, 2012)
    This thesis develops an in-depth mathematical description of the cross-ambiguity function. The cross-ambiguity function is a time (𝜏) and frequency (𝜈) analysis technique employed to solve many signal processing problems ...
  • Fox, Mark; Brettin, Staci Lugar (The American Acupuncturist, 2012)
    This study provides a profile of some of the characteristics of 114 Community Acupuncture Network (CAN) clinics as of June, 2011. Characteristics of clinics that affect their accessibility are examined. Most clinics offered ...
  • Yu, Liguo; Mishra, Alok (2012)
    Complexity metrics have been intensively studied in predicting fault-prone software modules. However, little work is done in studying how to effectively use the complexity metrics and the prediction models under realistic ...
  • Connor, Peter; Weber, Matthias (American Journal of Matheamtics, 2012)
    Using Traizet’s regeneration method, we prove the existence of many new 3-dimensional families of embedded, doubly periodic minimal surfaces. All these families have a foliation of R3 by vertical planes as a limit. In the ...
  • Economakis, Diane (Journal of Applied Christian Leadership, 2012)
    A review of J. M. Kouzes and B. Z. Posner’s book, Credibility: How Leaders Gain and Lose It, Why People Demand It, published by Jossey-Bass in 2011. An updated and revised version of their 1993 book, also titled Credibility.
  • Balthaser, Benjamin (Reviews in Cultural Theory, 2012)
    A review of Sarika Chandra's book Dislocalism: The Crisis of Globalization and the Remobilizing of Americanism, published by The Ohio State University Press in 2011.
  • Chang, Ni; Watson, Bruce; Bakerson, Michelle; Williams, Emily; McGoron, Frank; Spitzer, Bruce (Journal of Teaching and Learning With Technology, 2012)
    Giving feedback on students’ assignments is, by no means, new to faculty. Yet, when it comes to handwritten feedback delivered in person and typed feedback delivered electronically to students, faculty may not know what ...
  • Yu, Liguo; Cawley, John; Ramaswamy, Srini (INFOCOMP Journal of Computer Science, 2012-03)
    Open-source software productis contain free components that can be used by both individuals and companies. When open-source commercial off the shelf (COTS) components become integral parts of a commercial product, the ...
  • Yu, Liguo (First Monday, 2012-08-06)
    With the increasing use of software products, software ecosystems have emerged. Software ecosystems not only include the same type of products, but also include other related products that they support or depend on. Software ...
  • Smith Davis, Hope; Brown, Anne E. (Literacy Research Association, 2012-11-28)
    This exploratory study was designed to establish a foundation for future research about the disciplinary literacy practices in the field of mathematics. The purpose was to examine the instructional practices already in ...
  • Bennion, Elizabeth (The Political Science Educator, 2013)
    Students (and teachers) have a difficult time learning things that contradict their current understanding of the world; most of us believe that new information we receive confirms our earlier beliefs, theories, interpretations, ...
  • Yu, Liguo; Ramaswamy, Srini; Nair, Anil (International Journal of Information Quality, 2013)
    Bugzilla is an online software bug reporting system. It is widely used by both open-source software projects and commercial software companies and has become a major source to study software evolution, software project ...
  • Althobaiti, Nada (Indiana University South Bend, 2013-01-01)
    Retaining teachers in their early professional stages or afterwards is a major issue that raises concerns. The resilience of college professors in respect to what motivates their retention in their various educational ...
  • Desrosiers, Lauren (Indiana University South Bend, 2013-01-13)
    Otolaryngologists are just now beginning to recognize the role reflux has in otolaryngologic disease. Laryngopharyngeal reflux disease (LPR) is a sub-class of Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), which is defined as ...
  • Carapia, Jennifer (Indiana University South Bend, 2013-01-13)
    Evidence based practice (EBP) is a problem-solving approach to delivering quality healthcare. Integration of best evidence from well-designed studies, patient care data and research combined with clinical expertise and ...
  • Ojutalayo, Ayo (Indiana University South Bend, 2013-01-13)
    Teaching history in the traditional way has always been criticized as making history boring and not challenging students’ critical thinking ability. Using the multicultural democracy model makes history more interesting ...
  • Dixon, Lisa (Indiana University South Bend, 2013-01-13)
    The majority of school corporations across the nation have a disproportionate number of African American students with exceptionalities. Disproportionality means that a group within a category is being represented more or ...
  • Borger, Mary E. (Indiana University South Bend, 2013-01-13)
    Cooperative learning is a teaching strategy implemented in classrooms in order to prepare students for the future. It enables students to work together to accomplish common learning goals while increasing their understanding ...

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