Supporting Multiple Paths To Objects In Information Hierarchies: Faceted Classification, Faceted Search, And Symbolic Links, 2010 University of Dayton

#### Supporting Multiple Paths To Objects In Information Hierarchies: Faceted Classification, Faceted Search, And Symbolic Links, Saverio Perugini

*Computer Science Faculty Publications*

We present three fundamental, interrelated approaches to support multiple access paths to each terminal object in information hierarchies: faceted classification, faceted search, and web directories with embedded symbolic links. This survey aims to demonstrate how each approach supports users who seek information from multiple perspectives. We achieve this by exploring each approach, the relationships between these approaches, including tradeoffs, and how they can be used in concert, while focusing on a core set of hypermedia elements common to all. This approach provides a foundation from which to study, understand, and synthesize applications which employ these techniques. This survey does not ...

Super-Resolution Using Adaptive Wiener Filters, 2010 University of Dayton

#### Super-Resolution Using Adaptive Wiener Filters, Russell C. Hardie

*Electrical and Computer Engineering Faculty Publications*

The spatial sampling rate of an imaging system is determined by the spacing of the detectors in the focal plane array (FPA). The spatial frequencies present in the image on the focal plane are band-limited by the optics. This is due to diffraction through a finite aperture. To guarantee that there will be no aliasing during image acquisiton, the Nyquist criterion dictates that the sampling rate must be greater than twice the cut-off frequency of the optics. However, optical designs involve a number of trade-offs and typical imaging systems are designed with some level of aliasing. We will refer to ...

Characterization Of Atmospheric Turbulence Effects Over 149 Km Propagation Path Using Multi-Wavelength Laser Beacons, 2010 University of Dayton

#### Characterization Of Atmospheric Turbulence Effects Over 149 Km Propagation Path Using Multi-Wavelength Laser Beacons, Mikhail Vorontsov, Gary W. Carhart, Venkata S. Rao Gudimetla, Thomas Weyrauch, Eric Stevenson, Svetlana Lachinova, Leonid A. Beresnev, Jony Jiang Liu, Karl Rehder, Jim F. Riker

*Electrical and Computer Engineering Faculty Publications*

We describe preliminary results of a set of laser beam propagation experiments performed over a long (149 km) near-horizontal propagation path between Mauna Loa (Hawaii Island) and Haleakala (Island of Maui) mountains in February 2010. The distinctive feature of the experimental campaign referred to here as the Coherent Multi-Beam Atmospheric Transceiver (COMBAT) experiments is that the measurements of the atmospheric-turbulence induced laser beam intensity scintillations at the receiver telescope aperture were obtained simultaneously using three laser sources (laser beacons) with different wavelengths (λ1 = 0.53 μm, λ2 = 1.06 μm, and λ3 = 1.55 μm). The presented experimental results on ...

Distance Functions And Attribute Weighting In A K-Nearest Neighbors Classifier, 2010 University of Dayton

#### Distance Functions And Attribute Weighting In A K-Nearest Neighbors Classifier, Alyssa C. Frazee, Matthew A. Hathcock, Samantha C. Bates Prins

*Undergraduate Mathematics Day, Electronic Proceedings*

To assess environmental health of a stream, field, or other ecological object, characteristics of that object should be compared to a set of reference objects known to be healthy. Using streams as objects, we propose a k-nearest neighbors algorithm (Bates Prins and Smith, 2006) to find the appropriate set of reference streams to use as a comparison set for any given test stream. Previously, investigations of the k-nearest neighbors algorithm have utilized a variety of distance functions, the best of which has been the Interpolated Value Difference Metric (IVDM), proposed by Wilson and Martinez (1997). We propose two alternatives to ...

Just Sit Back And Let The Girth Model Make Money For You, 2010 University of Dayton

#### Just Sit Back And Let The Girth Model Make Money For You, Ellham Negahdary

*Undergraduate Mathematics Day, Electronic Proceedings*

The Girth Model will use the 10-period exponential moving average (EMA) and the 20-period EMA as their proxy for market trend. The Girth Model is a trend following model incorporating volatility, momentum and velocity. We will use girth as an early close indication to both long and short positions. Typically, early exit due to decreasing girth results in a more favorable profit position than that taken if the trader simply waited for an exit on the EMA cross to the downside.

The Marshall Differential Analyzer: A Visual Interpretation Of Mathematics, 2010 University of Dayton

#### The Marshall Differential Analyzer: A Visual Interpretation Of Mathematics, Bonita A. Lawrence, Richard P. Merritt, Devon A. Tivener

*Undergraduate Mathematics Day, Electronic Proceedings*

Mechanical integration is an idea dating back to the late 1800's discovered by James Thomson, brother of Lord Kelvin. This idea was then expanded to build a calculating machine, called a differential analyzer, by Vannevar Bush (M.I.T) in 1929. The Marshall University Differential Analyzer Team has followed in the footsteps of Dr. Bush and a gentleman named Dr. Arthur Porter, who was the first to build a differential analyzer in England when he was a student of Dr. Douglas Hartree. He built his machine of Meccano components, the British version of Erector Set. In the early days ...

2010 Vol. 4 Table Of Contents, 2010 University of Dayton

#### 2010 Vol. 4 Table Of Contents, University Of Dayton. Department Of Mathematics

*Undergraduate Mathematics Day, Electronic Proceedings*

No abstract provided.

Uniqueness Of Solutions Implies Existence And Uniqueness Of Solutions Of Boundary Value Problems For Third Order Differential Equations, 2010 University of Dayton

#### Uniqueness Of Solutions Implies Existence And Uniqueness Of Solutions Of Boundary Value Problems For Third Order Differential Equations, Veronica Respress

*Undergraduate Mathematics Day, Electronic Proceedings*

In this paper we are concerned with uniqueness implies uniqueness and uniqueness implies existence questions for solutions of a class of boundary value problems for the third order ordinary differential equation (ODE). First we show uniqueness of solutions of a class of two-point problems implies the uniqueness of solutions of an associated class of three-point problems. Then we establish uniqueness of solutions of the class of two-point problems implies the existence of solutions of the class of two point problems and the associated class of three-point problems.

Coarsening In High Order, Discrete, Ill-Posed Diffusion Equations, 2010 University of Dayton

#### Coarsening In High Order, Discrete, Ill-Posed Diffusion Equations, Catherine Kublik

*Mathematics Faculty Publications*

We study the discrete version of a family of ill-posed, nonlinear diffusion equations of order 2n. The fourth order (n=2) version of these equations constitutes our main motivation, as it appears prominently in image processing and computer vision literature. It was proposed by You and Kaveh as a model for denoising images while maintaining sharp object boundaries (edges). The second order equation (n=1) corresponds to another famous model from image processing, namely Perona and Malik's anisotropic diffusion, and was studied in earlier papers. The equations studied in this paper are high order analogues of the Perona-Malik equation ...

Every Time I Turn Around There's Dr. Schraut Or You Can't Take Mathematics Out Of A U. D. Mathematics Major (Abstract), 2010 University of Dayton

#### Every Time I Turn Around There's Dr. Schraut Or You Can't Take Mathematics Out Of A U. D. Mathematics Major (Abstract), Eugene Steuerie

*Kenneth C. Schraut Memorial Lectures*

In this lecture, Gene Steurele, a math major from the 1968 graduating class, will discuss the many ways that mathematics & statistics crop up in almost every major public policy debate in which he has participated.

Linearly Ordered Topological Spaces And Weak Domain Representability, 2010 University of Dayton

#### Linearly Ordered Topological Spaces And Weak Domain Representability, Joe Mashburn

*Mathematics Faculty Publications*

It is well known that domain representable spaces, that is topological spaces that are homeomorphic to the space of maximal elements of some domain, must be Baire. In this paper it is shown that every linearly ordered topological space (LOTS) is homeomorphic to an open dense subset of a weak domain representable space. This means that weak domain representable spaces need not be Baire.

Type Ii Robustness Of The Null Hypothesis Rho = 0 For Non-Normal Distributions, 2010 Wayne State University

#### Type Ii Robustness Of The Null Hypothesis Rho = 0 For Non-Normal Distributions, Stephanie Wren

*Wayne State University Dissertations*

Is the t test statistic for the Pearson Product Moment Correlation Coefficient robust to errors of the second kind? This investigation indirectly measured the effects of power through a type 2 error rate robustness study. The results were revealing.

Promoting Public Access Policies: A New Role For Librarians, 2010 York University

#### Promoting Public Access Policies: A New Role For Librarians, Leila Fernandez, Rajiv Nariani, Marcia Salmon

*Sci-Tech News*

A paper delivered at the Future of Science Librarianship Contributed Papers session at the 2010 Annual Conference of the Special Libraries Association.

Parametric Bootstrap And Approximate Tests For Two Poisson Variates, 2010 Hong Kong Baptist University

#### Parametric Bootstrap And Approximate Tests For Two Poisson Variates, Sung Nok Chiu

*Department of Mathematics Journal Articles*

The parametric bootstrap tests and the asymptotic or approximate tests for detecting difference of two Poisson means are compared. The test statistics used are the Wald statistics with and without log-transformation, the Cox F statistic and the likelihood ratio statistic. It is found that the type I error rate of an asymptotic/approximate test may deviate too much from the nominal significance level α under some situations. It is recommended that we should use the parametric bootstrap tests, under which the four test statistics are similarly powerful and their type I error rates are all close to α. We apply ...

Fy 2010 Umass Amherst Electricity Data By Building, 2010 University of Massachusetts - Amherst

#### Fy 2010 Umass Amherst Electricity Data By Building, Ezra Small

*Campus Data*

Each year, UMass Amherst Utilities publishes this spreadsheet which has the monthly and annual building energy consumption of each metered building on campus. Cost data and production vs. purchased electricity data are also provided.

Fy 2010 Umass Amherst Waste Management Report, 2010 University of Massachusetts - Amherst

#### Fy 2010 Umass Amherst Waste Management Report, Ezra Small

*Campus Data*

No abstract provided.

Fy 2010 Umass Amherst Water & Steam Data By Building, 2010 University of Massachusetts Amherst

#### Fy 2010 Umass Amherst Water & Steam Data By Building, Ezra Small

*Campus Data*

Each year, UMass Amherst Utilities publishes this spreadsheet which has the monthly and annual building water and steam consumption of each metered building on campus.

Anhang: Auszüge Aus Dem Späteren Leben Von Professor Dr. Otto Vogl, 2010 University of Massachusetts - Amherst

#### Anhang: Auszüge Aus Dem Späteren Leben Von Professor Dr. Otto Vogl, Otto Vogl

*Emeritus Faculty Author Gallery*

No abstract provided.

My Italian Connections: Otto Vogl In Italy, 2010 University of Massachusetts - Amherst

#### My Italian Connections: Otto Vogl In Italy, Otto Vogl, Gerald S. Kirshenbaum

*Emeritus Faculty Author Gallery*

This document describes Otto Vogl's work in Italy. From 1975, Vogl served for 3 years as the Chairman of the Scientific Advisory Committee to the President Italo Trapasso of the Plastic Materials Company of Montedison SA, Milan, Italy. He was assigned to restructure the research activities and to organize the Research Division. He was responsible for the appointment of DiDrusco as the Vice President of Research and Paolo Galli as the Director of Research at the company’s facilities in Ferrara. Within a year of Vogl’s reorganization of the research organization the high yield catalyst for the polymerization ...

Pluripotent Human Stem Cells, 2010 Agency for Science, Technology And Research

#### Pluripotent Human Stem Cells, Blaine W. Phillips, Jeremy M. Crook

*Australian Institute for Innovative Materials - Papers*

The need for new and improved pharmacotherapies in medicine, high late-stage compound attrition in drug discovery, and upcoming patent expirations is driving interest by the pharmaceutical industry in pluripotent stem cells for in vitro modeling and early-stage testing of toxicity and target engagement. In particular, human embryonic and induced pluripotent stem cells represent potentially cost-effective and accessible sources of organ-specific cells that foretell in vivo human tissue response to new chemical entities. Here we consider the potential of these cells as novel tools for drug development, including toxicity screening and metabolic profiling. We hold that despite various challenges to translating ...