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Customer Service in the Library

Customer Service in the Library

Date: December 2014
Creator: Keshmiripour, Setareh & Peebles, Emily
Description: Presentation to the University of North Texas (UNT) Libraries Access Services student assistants. This presentation discusses customer service in the library.
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University of North Texas Libraries: Willis Library Second Floor Renovation

University of North Texas Libraries: Willis Library Second Floor Renovation

Date: May 22, 2014
Creator: Forrest, Charles
Description: Report for the University of North Texas (UNT) Libraries. At the request of Dean of Libraries, Dr. Martin Halbert, consultant Charles Forrest conducted a one-day site visit to the UNT Libraries on April 18, 2014. The site visit encompassed a brief tour of facilities, meeting with staff, a workshop with library staff, and a second workshop with a more broadly-based group of library staff, students, and other UNT stakeholders. The results of this site visit and recommendations are summarized in this report.
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Diffusion of Scientific Knowledge in Agriculture: The Case for Africa

Diffusion of Scientific Knowledge in Agriculture: The Case for Africa

Date: 2014
Creator: Assefa, Shimelis; Alemneh, Daniel Gelaw & Rorissa, Abebe
Description: Article on the diffusion of scientific knowledge on agriculture for Africa. Using an exploratory research method, this article sets out to investigate existing knowledge diffusion models and their limitations, available best practices, and the potential to infuse translational research as a way to augment extension service programs in SSA agricultural practices.
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Resource Discovery System Usage Report, 02-01-2012 to 08-25-2014

Resource Discovery System Usage Report, 02-01-2012 to 08-25-2014

Date: September 2014
Creator: Thomale, Jason
Description: Report on the University of North Texas (UNT) Libraries resource discovery system usage from 02-01-2012 to 08-25-2014.
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A For-Fee Scholarly Publishing Service Based in the Library

A For-Fee Scholarly Publishing Service Based in the Library

Date: January 31, 2015
Creator: Hawkins, Kevin S.
Description: Slides from a presentation to the Association for Library Collections and Technical Services (ALCTS) Scholarly Communications Interest Group at the 2015 American Library Association (ALA) Midwinter Meeting. This presentation discusses a for-fee scholarly publishing service based in the library.
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UNT Scholarly Works Record Discoveries Dataset

UNT Scholarly Works Record Discoveries Dataset

Date: January 24, 2015
Creator: Phillips, Mark Edward
Description: Dataset containing four tab-delimited data files and associated code for analysis of data. Dataset represents record discoveries identified from Apache log files created by the UNT Digital Library platform. Record discoveries are for the UNT Scholarly Works Repository from May 2014 to January 2015.
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Search Query Analysis, Catalog and Summon, 2012-2014

Search Query Analysis, Catalog and Summon, 2012-2014

Date: September 2014
Creator: Thomale, Jason
Description: This dataset contains search queries and analysis discussed in the UNT Libraries' Resource Discovery Systems Usage Report.
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Search Statistics, Catalog and Summon, 2012-2014

Search Statistics, Catalog and Summon, 2012-2014

Date: September 2014
Creator: Thomale, Jason
Description: This dataset contains raw search statistics and charts discussed in the UNT Libraries' Resource Discovery System Usage Report.
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3GPP Long Term Evolution LTE Scheduling

3GPP Long Term Evolution LTE Scheduling

Date: December 2013
Creator: Alotaibi, Sultan
Description: Future generation cellular networks are expected to deliver an omnipresent broadband access network for an endlessly increasing number of subscribers. Long term Evolution (LTE) represents a significant milestone towards wireless networks known as 4G cellular networks. A key feature of LTE is the implementation of enhanced Radio Resource Management (RRM) mechanism to improve the system performance. The structure of LTE networks was simplified by diminishing the number of the nodes of the core network. Also, the design of the radio protocol architecture is quite unique. In order to achieve high data rate in LTE, 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) has selected Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM) as an appropriate scheme in terms of downlinks. However, the proper scheme for an uplink is the Single-Carrier Frequency Domain Multiple Access due to the peak-to-average-power-ratio (PAPR) constraint. LTE packet scheduling plays a primary role as part of RRM to improve the system’s data rate as well as supporting various QoS requirements of mobile services. The major function of the LTE packet scheduler is to assign Physical Resource Blocks (PRBs) to mobile User Equipment (UE). In our work, we formed a proposed packet scheduler algorithm. The proposed scheduler algorithm acts based on the number ...
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Novel Semi-Conductor Material Systems: Molecular Beam Epitaxial Growth and Characterization

Novel Semi-Conductor Material Systems: Molecular Beam Epitaxial Growth and Characterization

Date: December 2013
Creator: Elmarhoumi, Nader M.
Description: Semi-conductor industry relies heavily on silicon (Si). However, Si is not a direct-band gap semi-conductor. Consequently, Si does not possess great versatility for multi-functional applications in comparison with the direct band-gap III-V semi-conductors such as GaAs. To bridge this gap, what is ideally required is a semi-conductor material system that is based on silicon, but has significantly greater versatility. While sparsely studied, the semi-conducting silicides material systems offer great potential. Thus, I focused on the growth and structural characterization of ruthenium silicide and osmium silicide material systems. I also characterized iron silicon germanide films using extended x-ray absorption fine structure (EXAFS) to reveal phase, semi-conducting behavior, and to calculate nearest neighbor distances. The choice of these silicides material systems was due to their theoretically predicted and/or experimentally reported direct band gaps. However, the challenge was the existence of more than one stable phase/stoichiometric ratio of these materials. In order to possess the greatest control over the growth process, molecular beam epitaxy (MBE) has been employed. Structural and film quality comparisons of as-grown versus annealed films of ruthenium silicide are presented. Structural characterization and film quality of MBE grown ruthenium silicide and osmium silicide films via in situ and ex situ ...
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