Browse by Subject "memory"

  • Tullis, Jonathan G. (2011-01-14)
    Metacognitive monitoring and control must be accurate and efficient in order to allow self-guided learners to improve their performance. Yet few examples exist in which allowing learners to control learning produces higher ...

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  • Ewing, Margaret Ann (2015-04-21)
    Examining the works of Hans Haacke (b. 1936, Cologne) made in and about Germany between 1972-2006, this dissertation argues that the investigation of that country’s political structures comprises the very core of Haacke’s ...

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  • Markin, Molly (2013-05-24)
    When considering the blockage of a nuanced GDR memory within post-unification discourses, the historical moment of 1989 can be understood as a moment of loss for East Germans. While post-unification scholarship has addressed ...

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  • Yuan, Yue (2014)
    This essay examines the role of nostalgia for the Eleventh Doctor (Seasons 5-7) in the longest running BBC sci-fi TV series Doctor Who. Memory plays a paradoxical role as both that which plagues and exalts the nameless ...

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  • Alessandra Melani; Renato Mancuso; Daniel Cullina; Marco Caccamo; Lothar Thiele (2015-11-12)
    Multiple resource co-scheduling algorithms and pipelined execution models are becoming increasingly popular, as they better capture the heterogeneous nature of modern architectures. The problem of scheduling tasks composed ...

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  • Kabanova, Daria S. (2011-08-25)
    Do we treat 1990s as a gap, a rupture between the Soviet past and the post-Soviet present? Post-Soviet film and fiction certainly stage the break up of the Soviet Union and the end of Soviet rule in this way. Post-Soviet ...

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  • Chinchanachokchai, Boonthida (2013-05-24)
    In the modern world, consumers often engage in multiple tasks at the same time in the hope of effectively managing their time, increasing the palatability of boring tasks, or to achieve several goals simultaneously. Most ...

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