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INVESTIGATION ON THE INTERACTION BETWEEN NATURAL ORGANIC MATTER AND CALCITE
Fox River water was supersaturated with respect to calcite; natural organic matter (NOM) might play a key role in this phenomenon. Fox River NOM (FRNOM) adsorption on the calcite surface is probably an important mechanism ...
REAL-TIME INTRUSION DETECTION FOR VOIP OVER WIRELESS NETWORKS
Voice over IP (VoIP) has emerged as a prevailing application in recent years. At the same time, with the increasing coverage of the IEEE 802.11 based wireless networks, VoIP over wireless networks is drawing extensive ...
VALIDATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF TURBULENCE IN AN AORTIC COARCTATION
Image based, patient speci c computational uid dynamics (CFD) modeling has gained dramatic attention in evaluation of health and disease progression. With the popularity of these techniques in clinical settings the ...
USING CONFIDENCE INTERVALS WITH A SMALL SAMPLE SIZE ADJUSTMENT TO ASSESS ADVERSE IMPACT
With increased diversity in the U.S. workforce, there has become a greater need for organizations to defend against accusations of discrimination and thus a need to produce more accurate adverse impact statistics in ...
EFFECTS OF CHROMIUM COMPOUNDS ON INSULIN-MEDIATED GLUCOSE UPTAKE
Chromium supplementation has been highlighted by its biological function in improvement of glucose metabolism. As essential trace nutrition, chromium complex has great therapeutic potential in the alleviation of metabolic ...
ACTION RECOGNITION USING SPATIO-TEMPORAL FEATURE EXTRACTION
The importance of automatically recognition of human activities and it's ap- plications increase as the technology is growing fast these days. In this thesis we focus on the action recognition techniques using 3D feature ...
Strategies for Improved Biodesulfurization in Genetically Engineered E.Coli Hosts
Biodesulfurization has been an area of active research for the past few decades, in an effort to curb the amount of sulfur byproducts released into the environment. One key aspect of sulfur removal using biological ...
THE EFFECT OF NON-NATIVE ACCENTS ON THE EVALUATION OF APPLICANTS DURING AN EMPLOYMENT INTERVIEW: THE DEVELOPMENT OF A PATH MODEL
As the workplace becomes increasingly global, organizations are more likely to employ persons from other countries whose accents clearly identify them as different from the local workforce. Understanding the impact of ...
DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A POWER ASSISTED DRIVETRAIN FOR A WHEELCHAIR
Over the last two decades, the number of people who have difficulty walking and need wheelchairs has been found to be increasing due to an aging population caused by a low birth rate and advances in medical treatment. ...
PA 508 Library Instruction
This PowerPoint presentation was given to the Chinese contingent of the Master of Public Administration Graduate Program during Spring Semester 2010. It covers basic research and library skills.