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Iranian Public Opinion after the Protests

Nancy Gallagher, Ebrahim Mohseni & Clay Ramsay
Summary of Findings 1. More Iranians See Economy as Bad and Getting Worse Growing majorities say Iran’s economic situation is bad and getting worse. Less than a fifth now say the economic condition of their family has improved over the last four years. Most say economic mismanagement and corruption are having a greater negative impact than sanctions. Unemployment remains the top concern of the Iranian people. They are divided on whether the next generation will...

The Uncertainty Principle in Harmonic Analysis and Bourgain's Theorem

Alexander M. Powell
We investigate the uncertainty principle in harmonic analysis and how it constrains the uniform localization properties of orthonormal bases. Our main result generalizes a theorem of Bourgain to construct orthonormal bases which are uniformly well-localized in time and frequency with respect to certain generalized variances. In a related result, we calculate generalized variances of orthonormalized Gabor systems. We also answer some interesting cases of a question of H. S. Shapiro on the distribution of time...

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Kristi Lee Holmes

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Kristi Lee Holmes

How to Innovate Fearlessly: Community Notes

Rebecca Goldfinger, Sharon Epps & Kate Dohe
These are notes compiled by attendees of the Libraries Research & Innovative Practice Forum 2018 session entitled "How to Innovate Fearlessly," a panel featuring Sharon Epps and Kate Dohe, moderated by Rebeca Goldfinger. Session Description: A few barriers to innovation include not having a safe space to experiment, fear of failure, and big egos. Panelists Sharon Epps and Kate Dohe will discuss how to avoid these barriers. A moderated group discussion will follow on how...

Final Report,Task Force on McKeldin Library Research Commons, University of Maryland Libraries

Kelsey Corlett-Rivera, Barbara Dickey Davis, Zaida Díaz, Cynthia Ippoliti, Lara Otis, Karen Patterson & Nedelina Tchangalova
Higher education institutions are undergoing a fundamental transformation in their role in our society, economic structure, and value system. The University of Maryland (UMD) Libraries find themselves in the midst of this constantly changing environment where new technologies, new pedagogies, new publishing models, and new environments evolve every day. Librarians are being challenged to undertake new roles in order to support the research activities of their user population and to foster research and teaching initiatives...

The clinical epidemiology of allergic contact dermatitis

Supriya Rastogi

Trends of pertussis in Evanston, IL from 2006 to 2016

Barbara Maria Munoz Monari

Epidemiology of child homicides in Cook County, IL, 2005-2010

Nicholas Adam Lopez

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