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  • Unknown author (Global Media and China, 2020-06)
    By proposing a dual-perspective model of attitude formation related to Chinese products, the survey of 592 adults investigated how Americans’ evaluation and purchase intention of Chinese products can be influenced by China’s ...
  • Buxton, Gavin (arXiv.org > physics > arXiv:1903.01418, 2019)
    A computer simulation is used to predict the effects of membrane morphology on the thermal efficiency of direct contact membrane distillation. The mass transfer through the porous microstructure and the heat conduction ...
  • Bernauer, James (Learning Landscapes, 2020)
    The purpose of this study is to explain how performances are used within a flipped classroom environment in a university educational psychology class. This instructional approach also incorporates the concept ...
  • Pinchot, Jamie (Issues In Information Systems, 2020)
    Mobile apps have unique characteristics and challenges that differentiate them from traditional software applications. These characteristics and challenges make it critical that mobile apps follow user experience (UX) ...
  • Bernadowski, Carianne (Advances in Social Sciences Research Journal, 2020-07-25)
    Reciprocal Peer coaching is a viable pedagogical strategy to use with doctoral students in order to encourage engagement, retention, collaboration, and engagement in a cohort model. This study explored a peer coaching model ...
  • Bernauer, James; Rook, Rebecca L.; Swab, Jenifer, A; Bernauer, Mary, P; Bernauer, Patrick (TQR, 2020-04-26)
    This study uses letters-to-self and a group interview to integrate the experiences of two groups of participant-researchers—(1) a professor of qualitative inquiry and two of his doctoral students in an online qualitative ...
  • Bernauer, James (Journal of Education, 2020-01)
    While we may think that we are well-aware of our scholarly interests, “calls for research” can provide the spark that can transform latent and largely unconscious interests into written accounts. This account describes how ...
  • Carianne, Bernadowski (Advances in Social Sciences Research Journal, 2019)
    The purpose of this study was to determine Generation Z’s perceptions of cheating in relation to academic integrity, more specifically plagiarism. Utilizing a phenomenological design the researcher ...
  • Al-Jaroodi, Jameela; Mohamed, Nader (CONCURRENCY AND COMPUTATION: PRACTICE AND EXPERIENCE, 2012-11)
    Middleware! It was somewhere, and now it is definitely everywhere. Over the past four decades, the term middleware has been tossed around, picked up, and investigated vigorously. Yet, if you ask 10 different people “what ...
  • Mohamed, Nader; Al-Jaroodi, Jameela; Lazarova-Molnar, Sanja (IEEE Acess, 2019-02)
    Factories use many manufacturing processes that consume a lot of energy and highly contribute to greenhouse gas emissions. The introduction of the concept of Industrial Internet in USA and Industry 4.0 in Europe offers ...
  • Erdem, Ergin; Johson, Christopher; shim, Sang Ho; Williams, Jordan (ASEE, 2018-06)
    We develop case study materials for the future of supply chain logistics; Truck-Drone two tier delivery network design. FedEx Headquarter (HQ) in a city was used as the networks root node or central distribution center ...
  • Erdem, Ergin; Gahler, Kenneth; Kim, Eunseok; Shim, Sang Ho (ASEE, 2018)
    The convex recoloring problem is a clustering problem to partition nodes of a network into connected subnetworks. We develop a hybrid rule combining the Dantzig’s Rule and the Steepest Edge Rule to produce columns which ...
  • Cheng, Eddie; Li, Li; Liptak, Laszlo; Shim, Sang Ho; Steffy, Daniel E. (Graphs and Combinatorics, 2017)
    In this paper we work to classify which of the (n, k)-star graphs, denoted by Sn,k , are Cayley graphs. Although the complete classification is left open, we derive infinite and non-trivial classes of both Cayley and ...
  • Shim, Sang Ho; Chopra, Sunil; Cao, Wenwei (Mathematical Programming, 2017)
    In this paper we identify strong facet defining inequalities for the master knapsack polytope. Our computational experiments for small master knapsack problems show that 1 / k-facets for small values of k ( k≤4 ) are ...
  • Chopra, Sunil; Filipecki, Bartosz; Lee, Kangbok; Ryu, Minseok; Shim, Sang Ho; Vyve, Mathieu Van (Mathematical Programming, 2017)
    We introduce a strong extended formulation of the convex recoloring problem on a tree, which has an application in analyzing phylogenetic trees. The extended formulation has only a polynomial number of constraints, but ...
  • Mohamed, Nader; Al-Jaroodi, Jameela; Jawhar, Imad; Idries, Ahmed; Mohammed, Farhan (Technological Forecasting & Social Change, Elsevier., 2018)
    Foreseeing changes in how smart cities manage their resources and provide services to the residents; research, development and production in various relevant technology fields is accelerating. Taking advantage of recent ...
  • Mohamed, Nader; Al-Jarood, Jameela; Lazarova-Molnar, Sanja (IEEE Access, 2019)
    Factories use many manufacturing processes that consume a lot of energy and highly contribute to greenhouse gas emissions. The introduction of the concept of Industrial Internet in USA and Industry 4.0 in Europe offers ...
  • Bernadowski, Carianne; Perry, Ronald; Del Greco, Robert (International Journal of Instruction, 2013)
    University students have been barraged with service learning opportunities both as course required and as volunteer opportunities in recent years. Currently, many universities now require students to participate in engaged ...
  • Chopra, Sunil; Shim, Sang Ho; Steffy, Daniel E. (Discrete Applied Mathematics, 2019-01)
    For the integer knapsack problem, the i/k -facets with dividing 6 or 8 were shown to be very strong and efficiently separated (Chopra et al., 2015; Shim et al., 2017). We give a concise characterization of the i/k -facets ...
  • Shim, Sang Ho; Chopra, Sunil (Networks, 2018)
    We develop a polynomial size extended graph formulation of the graph partition problem which dominates the formulation introduced by Chopra and Rao’s study, and show that the extended graph formulation is tight on a tree. ...

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