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  • Truong, Hung Quoc (Indiana University South Bend, 2009-05-18)
    Academic advising is an important activity of an academic institution. It guides the students to explore potential careers, academic disciplines and opportunities in the college environment. An accurate and full featured ...
  • Gordon, Susan L. (Indiana University South Bend, 2009-11)
    This study compared the ability of six image descriptors, characterizing the morphology and elasticity of the descending aorta, to identify computed tomography (CT) images which contain visual indications of plaque. This ...
  • Nair, Murlidharan T (BioMed Central, 2009-11-01)
    Most eukaryotic DNA contained in the nucleus is packaged by wrapping DNA around histone octamers. Histones are ubiquitous and bind most regions of chromosomal DNA. In order to achieve smooth wrapping of the DNA around the ...
  • Belzowki, Nora (2010-08)
    Contains three short fiction stories titled "Lucy Lifts a Wing," "The Middle Space," and "Blind Mr. Rochester's Tree," a context essay, and a bibliography. Generically these stories are Women's Fiction, a classification ...
  • Dan, Jun (Indiana University South Bend, 2011)
    This thesis will focus on both point and confidence interval estimations for population proportions under a triple sampling scheme when the population following a binomial distribution. On the basis of introducing and ...
  • Gasero, Russell; Revell Kotzin, Chana; Sjoberg, Lisa; Stankrauff, Alison (The American Archivist, 2011)
    With a brief historical look at the changing and challenging role of the lone arranger, participants discuss the difficulties and joys of wearing the many hats of a solo archivist. Speaking interactively with the audience, ...
  • Bebout, Melissa (2011-08)
    While there have been many studies conducted measuring self-efficacy for special needs learners, African-American students, and second language learners in other countries, few studies have looked at how self-efficacy may ...
  • 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 ...
  • Bailey, Krista (2011-12)
    The impact of the current prevailing food system is far reaching and disruptive on many levels. Some may point solely to the economic or environmental or human health impacts of the current mainstream food system, but it ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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.
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Fox, Mark; Walker, Gordon; Pekmezovic, Alma (Arizona Journal of International & Comparative Law, 2012)
    "The purpose of this article is to review and add to approximately fifty years of research on New Zealand listed companies from various disciplines. The main findings are not controversial, as corporate governance standards ...
  • 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 ...
  • Kahan, Lee (The Scriblerian, 2012)
    A review of Imperial Characters: Home and Periphery in Eighteenth-Century Literature, written by Tara Ghoshal Wallace, published by Bucknell in 2010. "...the latest entry in a lineage of scholarship that examines how Britain ...
  • Kahan, Lee (The Scriblerian, 2012)
    A review of The Expedition of Humphrey Clinker (Oxford World Classics) by Tobias Smollett (London: Penguin, 2008), with special attention to the literary, biographical, and cultural context of the novel described in the ...
  • Takanashi, Kyoko (ELH, The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2012)
    Time and time again, Scott has been accused of manipulating his representations of Scotland and its people in ways that cater to the mainstream -- that is, English -- reading public. Such accusations have started to appear ...
  • Fox, Mark; Walker, Gordon; Pekmezovic, Alma (Arizona Journal of International and Comparative Law, 2012)
    The main purpose of this article is to review and add to approximately fifty years of research on New Zealand listed companies from various disciplines. The main findings are not controversial -- corporate governance ...

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