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    • A Black Death: Can Relic Oysters Be Used in Restoration Efforts? 

      Sanchez-Ruffra, Rachel (2018)
      The eastern oyster, Crassostrea virginica, plays an important role in estuarine ecosystems, but populations have been decimated compared to historic levels. Large storm events, including hurricanes, periodically eliminate ...
    • A brief measure of peer affiliation and social acceptance (PASA): Validity in an ethnically diverse sample of early adolescents 

      Dishion, Thomas J.; Kim, Han Joe; Stormshak, Elizabeth A.; O'Neill, Maya (Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology, 3/10/2014)
      Objective Conduct a multiagent–multimethod analysis of the validity of a brief measure of deviant peer affiliations and social acceptance (PASA) in young adolescents. Peer relationships are critical to child and adolescent ...
    • A Case for Competencies: Assessing the Value of Trait-Based Performance Appraisal for Non-Faculty University Employees 

      Messa, Emily A; Horn, Catherine L.; Longacre, Teri Elkins; Olenchak, F. Richard; Penney, Lisa M. (Educational Policy Analysis Archives, 5/11/2016)
      A case study analyzed how supervisors at one university selected competencies, or trait-based skills, for non-faculty employees. This case study provides a valuable contribution by focusing on employees at one institution ...
    • A Comparison of Self Reported Physical Activity and ActiGraph Recorded Physical Activity Amongst Young Adults 

      Love, Avery N.; Dolan, Chad T. (2017)
      Introduction. A quick, inexpensive, and noninvasive method to assess the physical activity (PA) level of an individual is to use a questionnaire in which a subject recalls their usual weekly activity. The information from ...
    • A Cooperative Bayesian Nonparametric Framework for Primary User Activity Monitoring in Cognitive Radio Networks 

      Saad, Walid; Han, Zhu; Poor, H. Vincent; Ba?ar, Tamer; Song, Jin Bin (IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications, 2/2/2012)
      This paper introduces a novel approach that enables a number of cognitive radio devices that are observing the availability pattern of a number of primary users (PUs), to cooperate and use Bayesian nonparametric techniques ...
    • A Critical Look at Partial Least Squares Modeling 

      Marcoulides, George A.; Chin, Wynne W.; Saunders, Carol (MIS Quarterly, 2009-03)
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    • A Culturally-Tailored Smoking Cessation Intervention for Latinos 

      Absar, Eden; Srivastava, Prakriti; Wang, Aitong (2018)
      Leading causes of death among Latinos in the U.S include cancer (of which, lung cancer is the most frequent cause of cancer death), heart disease, unintentional injuries, and stroke. Three of these four causes have a ...
    • A Field Study of the Antecedents and Performance Consequences of Perceived Accountability 

      Mero, Neal P.; Guidice, Rebecca M.; Werner, Steve (Journal of Management, 9/1/2014)
      Building on theoretical and empirical work considering the implications of accountability on individual behavior, the authors explored the antecedents and consequences of individual perceptions of accountability for job ...
    • A fully resolved numerical simulation of turbulent flow past one or several spherical particles 

      Botto, L.; Prosperetti, Andrea (The Physics of Fluids, 1/31/2012)
      The flow past one or nine spheres arranged in a plane lattice held fixed in a stream of decaying homogeneous isotropic turbulence is studied by means of fully resolved Navier-Stokes simulations. The particle radius is 3–5 ...
    • A Game-Theoretic Approach to Energy Trading in the Smart Grid 

      Wang, Yunpeng; Saad, Walid; Han, Zhu; Poor, H. Vincent; Ba?ar, Tamer (IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid, 4/15/2014)
      Electric storage units constitute a key element in the emerging smart grid system. In this paper, the interactions and energy trading decisions of a number of geographically distributed storage units are studied using a ...
    • A general derivation of the subharmonic threshold for non-linear bubble oscillations 

      Prosperetti, Andrea (The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 6/5/2013)
      The paper describes an approximate but rather general derivation of the acoustic threshold for a subharmonic component to be possible in the sound scattered by an insonified gas bubble. The general result is illustrated ...
    • A Generalization of the Rayleigh-Plesset Equation of Bubble Dynamics 

      Prosperetti, Andrea (The Physics of Fluids, 1982-03)
      The classical Rayleigh?Plesset equation of spherical bubble dynamics in an incompressible liquid is generalized to include the non?Newtonian behavior of the liquid and mass exchange processes at the bubble interface.
    • A Heterogeneous Robotics Team for Large-Scale Seismic Sensing 

      Sudarshan, Srikanth K. V.; Montano, Victor; Nguyen, An; McClimans, Michael; Chang, Li; Stewart, Robert R.; Becker, Aaron T. (IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters, 2/8/2017)
      Seismic surveying requires placing a large number of sensors (geophones) in a grid pattern, triggering a seismic event, and recording vibration readings. The goal of the surveying is often to locate subsurface resources. ...
    • A Hierarchical Game With Strategy Evolution for Mobile Sponsored Content and Service Markets 

      Wang, Wenbo; Xiong, Zehui; Niyato, Dusit; Wang, Ping; Han, Zhu (IEEE Transactions on Communications, 9/24/2018)
      In sponsored content and service markets, the content and service providers are able to subsidize their target mobile users through directly paying the mobile network operator to lower the price of the data/service access ...
    • A high-throughput microfluidic approach for 1000-fold leukocyte reduction of platelet-rich plasma 

      Xia, Hui; Strachan, Briony C.; Gifford, Sean C.; Shevkoplyas, Sergey S. (Scientific Reports, 10/24/2016)
      Leukocyte reduction of donated blood products substantially reduces the risk of a number of transfusion-related complications. Current ‘leukoreduction’ filters operate by trapping leukocytes within specialized filtration ...
    • A high-throughput screen to identify inhibitors of SOD1 transcription 

      Wright, Paul D.; Wightman, Nicholas; Huang, Mickey M.; Weiss, Alexandra; Sapp, Peter C.; Cuny, Gregory D.; Ivinson, Adrian J.; Glicksman, Marcie A.; Ferante, Robert J.; Matson, Wayne; Matson, Samantha; Brown, Robert H. Jr. (Frontiers in Bioscience, 2014-07)
      Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) is a fatal degenerative motor neuron disease. Approximately 20% of familial ALS cases are caused by mutations in the Cu/Zn superoxide dismutase (SOD1) gene. Rodents expressing mutant ...
    • A high-throughput single-cell analysis of human CD8+ T cell functions reveals discordance for cytokine secretion and cytolysis 

      Varadarajan, Navin; Julg, Boris; Yamanaka, Yvonne J.; Chen, Huabiao; Ogunniyi, Adebola O.; McAndrew, Elizabeth; Porter, Lindsay C.; Piechocka-Trocha, Alicja; Hill, Brenna J.; Douek, Daniel C.; Pereya, Florencia; Walker, Bruce D.; Love, Christopher J. (Journal of Clinical Investigation, 2011-10)
      CD8+ T cells are a key component of the adaptive immune response to viral infection. An inadequate CD8+ T cell response is thought to be partly responsible for the persistent chronic infection that arises following infection ...
    • A Latent Class Analysis of Personal Values in Young Adults 

      Smack, Avante J.; Tackett, Jennifer L.; Walker, Rheeda L.; Tang, Rui; Herzhoff, Kathrin (Collabra: Psychology, 2017-12)
      Human values and motivations are a powerful predictor of behavior, and Schwartz's taxonomy offers a meaningful organizational system for robust value dimensions (Schwartz, 1992). Although values clearly represent a meaningful ...
    • A Letter from San Francisco 

      Scamardo, Peter (2019-05)
      Imagine North America, the year 1763. The British have just defeated the French in the Seven Years' War. Now imagine that, in the aftermath of the war, the British agree to a form of Benjamin Franklin's Albany Plan, creating ...
    • A Library in C++ for Graphical Password and Human Verification 

      Limaye, Sagar; Biyani, Pulkit; Moghe, Vaibhavi (2017)
      A graphical authentication method is implemented through selection of discretized points on an image. Discretization is used in click-based graphical passwords so that approximately correct entries can be accepted by the ...