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  • Author(s):
    Joanne E. Snow, Colleen M. Hoover
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    The mathematician Marston Morse (1892–1977) argued in several papers and popular lectures that mathematics is ‘‘the sister as well as the servant of the arts’’ ([18], p. 55). Although he formally presented this position in a talk presented in 1950 at a conference at Kenyon College in honor of Robert Frost, his view evolved over the course of his mathematical life. In this article, we trace the development of his theory, present his arguments, show how the arguments are a reflection of his mat…

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    2010-06
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    James Parker Ladwig
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    Baranovič, T. M. Universal algebras. (Russian) 1968 Algebra. Topology. Geometry. 1966 (Russian) pp. 109–136 Akad. Nauk SSSR Inst. Naučn. Informacii, Moscow

    For a summary, see MathSciNet record MR0237396.

    Gift of Professor Emeritus of Mathematics Abraham Goetz, University of Notre Dame.

    The inscription reads “To dear Professor Goetz …

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    2022-01-06
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    Anna K. Johnson, Josephine Lechartre, Şehrazat G. Mart, Mark D. Robison, Caroline Hughes
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    The ‘local turn’ in peacebuilding has focused attention on the importance of cultural resources available for peacemaking in ‘local’ conflict-affected contexts, and particularly in non-Western countries. Growing attention is now also paid to establishing whether the academic field of peace studies itself is inclusive of non-Western voices and perspectives. This article presents a new dataset of 4318 journal articles on peace indexed in Web of Science between 2015 and 2018 to discover asymmetr…

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    2021-12-08
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    dschiava
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    We analyze the regression accuracy of convolutional neural networks assembled from encoders, decoders and skip connections and trained with multifidelity data. These networks benefit from a significant reduction in the number of trainable parameters with respect to an equivalent fully connected network. These architectures are also versatile with respect to the input and output dimensionality. For example, encoder-decoder, decoder-encoder or decoder-encoder-decoder architectures are well suit…

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    2021-12-04
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  • Author(s):
    Sisi Meng, Pallab Mozumder, Nadia Seeteram
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    Accumulating evidence indicates that global sea levels have been rising at an accelerating rate. This trend, linked with global warming, poses a great risk to the communities living in the low elevation coastal areas. This study aims to understand public preferences and produce estimates of economic value for sea level rise adaptation projects in Florida. Specifically, a series of choice experiments embedded in a household survey of Florida’s selected communities were used to: 1) examine the …

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    2021-11-27
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    Michael L. Bradford, Mark Dehmlow, Anastasia Guimaraes, M. Ladd, Pat Loghry, Marcy Simons
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    The authors of this chapter undertook a study to determine how well library school education is preparing students for electronic resources (ER) librarianship. The study provides an analysis of 100 ER librarian position descriptions to determine the requisite skills, training, and knowledge, and then an analysis of how well those skills are covered in the ALA-accredited Master’s level library programs through their course descriptions. The authors also examine ways to define, explore, and…

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    2008-10
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  • Author(s):
    Anastasia Guimaraes, Zheng (John) Wang
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    Many libraries today are inundated with increasing number of tasks, projects, and initiatives through which they hope to achieve their mission and strategic vision only to find themselves losing focus and drowning in the volume of work. Hesburgh Libraries at the University of Notre Dame struggled with absorbing an exponentially growing number of projects and aligning them with institutional strategic initiatives and goals. The increasing number of projects and the relatively stable size of th…

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    2017-10
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  • Author(s):
    Matthew Sisk, Julie Vecchio
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    There are a wide range of opportunities for and approaches to developing and customizing data visualization support services in academic libraries; however, practitioners interested in exploring current approaches are constrained by the lack of a mature body of literature to consult for inspiration, caution, and best practices. This chapter presents a case study of the implementation of a data visualization space and revised data visualization services in an academic library-based digital sch…

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    2021-11-04
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  • Author(s):
    Anastasia Guimaraes
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    A summary of the 2016 ALA Annual meeting of the ALA ALCTS Technical Services Managers in Academic Libraries Interest Group.

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    2017-03
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    Eduardo Fernando Mello, Peter Bauer
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    http://www.energy-proceedings.org/on-energy-optimal-speed-trajectories-in-urban-traffic-implementation-options/

    Realization methods for energy optimal urban driving are the prime focus of this paper. Insights into the real-time generation of such trajectories as well as “in traffic” methods for their execution are provided. This includes the usage of piecewise linear approximations of typical urban speed profiles, urban platooning, filtering of trajectories, and modifying initial acceleratio…

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    2020
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    J.Y. Son, M.B. Sabath, K.J Lane, M.L Miranda, F. Dominici, Q. Di, J. Schwartz, M.L. Bell
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    Background: Although many studies demonstrated reduced mortality risk with higher greenness, few studies examined the modifying effect of greenness on air pollution–health associations. We evaluated residential greenness as an effect modifier of the association between long-term exposure to fine particles (PM2.5) and mortality.

    Methods: We used data from all Medicare beneficiaries in North Carolina (NC) and Michigan (MI) (2001–2016). We estimated annual PM2.5 averages using ensemble predicti…

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    2021-07
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  • Author(s):
    M.A. Bravo, M. Leong, A.E. Gelfand, M.L. Miranda
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    We develop a local, spatial measure of educational isolation (EI) and characterize the relationship between EI and our previously developed measure of racial isolation (RI). EI measures the extent to which non-college educated individuals are exposed primarily to other non-college educated individuals. To characterize how the RI-EI relationship varies across space, we propose a novel measure of local correlation. Using birth records from the State of Michigan (2005–2012), we estimate associat…

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    2021-08
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