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  • Khalid, Al-asmari (Indiana University South Bend, 2006-12)
    This project was an attempt to develop the Informatics Plasma Display News Server (IPDNS) used to drive the plasma display operated by the Informatics at Indiana University South Bend. The target software was designed to ...
  • Anastasio, Michelle (Indiana University South Bend, 2013-04-19)
    Report of a research project using interpretation of text messages to determine why differences exist in the methods in which Traditional and Non-Traditional students learn.
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Gonzalez, Brenda; Duncan, Brittany; Yelibi, Cyrrille; Yuen, Stephen; Schnabel, Andrew (Indiana University South Bend, 2013-10)
    In a mixed mating system, plants use both self- and cross-pollination to produce seeds. Observations of pollinator behavior from populations of two Kenyan Hibiscus species suggest that H. aponeurus uses self-pollination ...
  • Fox, Mark; Kempiak, Mike (First Monday, 2006-07)
    Online Grocery Shopping: Consumer Motives, Concerns, and Business Models by Mike Kempiak and Mark A. Fox Dot.com entrepreneurs failed spectacularly in their attempts to create e-grocery companies. This paper examines ...
  • 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 ...
  • Finlay, S. Craig; Ni, Chaoqun; Tsou, Andrew; Sugimoto, Cassidy (portal: Libraries and the Academy, 2013-10)
    This article examines authorship of LIS literature in the context of practitioner and non-practitioner production of published research. For this study, 4,827 peer-reviewed articles from twenty LIS journals published between ...
  • 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 ...
  • Strychalski, Joshua; Rizwan, Ahmed; Lubelski, Ryan (Indiana University South Bend, 2013-04-19)
    Isocitrate dehydrogenase (IDH1), an enzyme involved in the conversion of isocitrate into α-ketoglutarate, is an important enzyme in the citric acid cycle—a primary source of energy for the human body. A mutation in IDH1 ...
  • Bradley, Nuran (Indiana University South Bend, 2007)
    The experimentation plays an important role in Science, Engineering, and Industry. The experimentation is an application of treatments to experimental units and then measurement of one or more responses. It is a part of ...
  • 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 ...
  • Vaidyanathan, Ganesh; Sabbaghi, Ashgar; Fu, Yan (Issues in Information Systems, 2008)
    Integration and upgrade phases of an information systems project are as critical to an organization as the first time the system is implemented. In order to make the ex-post implementation of an IT project completely ...
  • Vaidyanathan, Ganesh; Sabbaghi, Asghar; Fu, Yan (International Association for Computer Information Systems, 2008)
    Integration and upgrade phases of an information systems project are as critical to an organization as the first time the system is implemented. In order to make the ex-post implementation of an IT project completely ...
  • Finlay, Craig (Journal of Humanistic and Social Studies, 2014-09)
    This paper proposes a revaluation of the critical consensus that societal fascination with zombies reflects collective concern regarding consumerism and conformity. This revaluation supposes instead that zombies speak to ...
  • Stein, Sorah (Indiana University South Bend, 2013-10-09)
    When working within sexual health and with people who engage in varying topographies of sexual behavior, the first thing to remember is that sex is behavior: it’s something we do and it follows the same rules as all other ...
  • Hilliker, Ashley (Indiana University South Bend, 2013-04-19)
    Test the hypothesis that there is a stigma attached to individuals with tattoos in the workplace.
  • 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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