Browse Illinois Research and Scholarship (Open Community) by Title

  • Kang, Young-Jin; Stevenson, Amy K.; Yau, Peter M.; Kollmar, Richard (Springer, 2008-09-11)
    Otoliths and the homologous otoconia in the inner ear are essential for balance. Their morphogenesis is less understood than that of other biominerals, such as bone, and only a small number of their constituent proteins ...

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  • Meiyappan, Prasanth; Dalton, Michael; O'Neill, Brian C.; Jain, Atul K. (Elsevier, 2014-11-10)
    Long-term modeling of agricultural land use is central in global scale assessments of climate change, food security, biodiversity, and climate adaptation and mitigation policies. We present a global-scale dynamic land use ...

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  • Applegate, Kelly J. (2017-06-29)
    Written in partial fulfillment of LIS580 LEA, Rare Books and Special Collections Librarianship. An essay on issues of tribal material stewardship and curation in special collections.

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  • Campbell, R.H.; Kaiser, C.; Habermann, A.N. (Springer Berlin / Heidelberg, 1974-04)

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  • Gelda, Dhruv; Ghossoub, Marc G.; Valavala, Krishna; Ma, Jun; Rajagopal, Manjunath C.; Sinha, Sanjiv (Physical Review B, 2018-01-26)
    The specularity of phonons at crystal surfaces is of direct importance to thermal transport in nanostructures and to dissipation in nanomechanical resonators. Wave scattering theory provides a framework for estimating w ...

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  • Burcica, Pompilia (2017)
    This study seeks to check the comprehension level (through a check of the Author's Craft) of a English novel for high school students through using an already-coded text rather than coding the novel directly and learning ...

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  • Maguluri, Siva Theja (2011-04)
    It is well known that the MaxWeight scheduling algorithm is throughput-optimal in wireless networks. However, its complexity is exponential in the number of links in an ad hoc network. In this work, we consider a greedy ...

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  • Franca, L.P.; Hauke, G.; Masud, A. (International Center for Numerical Methods in Engineering (CIMNE), Barcelona, Spain, 2004)
    We give a brief overview of stabilized finite element methods and illustrate the developments applied to the advection-diffusion equation.

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  • Robertson, Hugh M.; Preston, Christine R.; Phillis, Randall W.; Johnson-Schlitz, Dena M.; Benz, Wendy K.; Engels, William R. (Genetics Society of America, 1988-03)
    A single P element insert in Drosophila melanogoster, called P[ry+A2-3](99B), is described that causes mobilization of other elements at unusually high frequencies, yet is itself remarkably stable. Its transposase activity ...

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  • Masud, A., Khurram, R.A., Bhana, M.V., (2004 Tsinghua University Press & Springer-Verlag, 2004-09-05)
    This paper presents a stabilized finite element formulation for the incompressible Navier-Stokes equations, written in an arbitrary Lagrangian-Eulerian frame to model flow problems that involve moving and deforming meshes. ...

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  • Wolfe, Marcus Harlowe (2009-05)
    Within the discussion of bebop being an evolution vs. a revolution, Stan Getz’s contributions as a tenor saxophonist have been underappreciated. In 1951, Getz demonstrated an improvisational vocabulary that was a fusion ...

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  • Addawood, Aseel; Schneider, Jodi; Bashir, Masooda (ACM, 2017-07-28)
    Social media have enabled a revolution in user-generated content. They allow users to connect, build community, produce and share content, and publish opinions. To better understand online users’ attitudes and opinions, ...

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  • Hughes, Robert, Jr. (2002-12-30)
    This is an example of a way of translating demographic information into a useful report for the public that can be presented by local human service providers or other professionals. This example provides information on ...

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  • Popovics, John S.; Ham, Suyun; Garrett, Stephen (Illinois Center for Transportation, 2014-01)
    The prestressed concrete element industry is interested in exploring the application of different types of match-curing technologies and in using 4 x 8-in. (100 x 200-mm) cylinders to measure concrete compressive strength ...

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  • Lee, Yong Hoon; Vedant; Ewoldt, Randy H.; Allison, James T. (Dalian University of Technology Electronic & Audio-Visual Press, 2019-12-01)
    This article presents a utilization of viscoelastic damping to reduce control system complexity for strain-actuated solar array (SASA) based spacecraft attitude control systems (ACSs). SASA utilizes intelligent structures ...

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  • Scagnoli, Norma I. (2002-02)
    This presentation introduces the strategies followed to organize, design, develop, deliver and evaluate the orientation program. The study includes design considerations, explanation of the objectives, details in the ...

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  • Hughes, Robert, Jr.; Todd, Christine M. (1995)
    "We want you to document how bad things are here so that we can decide what to do." Almost 30 years ago, the first author was given these instructions as a part of a community project resulting from the War on Poverty. ...

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  • Anthony, Kathryn H. (NY: Visual Reference Publications Inc., And Washington DC: AIA, 2008, 2008)

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  • Scagnoli, Norma I. (JRTE, 2001)
    Traditionally, higher education institutions have developed orientation programs that are designed to help students make a successful transition to college. Now, considering this flow of virtual students, universities ...

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  • Kim, Seung Joong (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2008-08-11)
    The protein folding problem has been one of the most challenging subjects in biological physics due to its complexity. Energy landscape theory based on statistical mechanics provides a thermodynamic interpretation of the ...

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