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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...

Southern Discomforts: National Women's Studies Association 2003 Conference

National Women'S Studies Association
Digitized program for the National Women's Studies Association 24th Annual Conference, held June 19-22, 2003, in New Orleans, Louisiana.

Women between Worlds.

Exsul Van Helden, Hobart Blankenburg, Esther Horrocks, Fernando T. Tostl &
Notes: "This movie was made possible in part with funds from the Maryland Humanities Council through a grant from the National Endowment of the Humanities and the generous contribution from Villa Julie College, Stevenson, Maryland. Subtitled in English and Spanish.

The persistence of online distance education learners

Bernard Gwekwerere

Cultural tourism

Schvonne P. Wilmore

Michigan's knowledge economy

Olatunbosun T. Williams

Examining the caloric curve in Ar+Sc and Kr+Nb systems

Richard John Shomin

Developments in black theology

Mark Shapley

Incarceration, social bonds, and the lifecourse

Beth M. Huebner

The decision to study abroad

Debra L. Peterson

Spatial interface and interpersonal interface design

Ming Tang

Hillslope Nutrient Dynamics Following Upland Riparian Vegetation Disturbance

J. Alan Yeakley, David C. Coleman, Bruce L. Haines, Brian D. Kloeppel, Judy L. Meyer, Wayne T. Swank, Barry W. Argo, James M. Deal & Sharon F. Taylor
Per Portland State University, one or more authors of this paper were federal employees when contributing to this work and is therefore a work of the United States Government. In accordance with 17 U.S.C. 105, no copyright protection is available for such works under U.S. Law. See https://works.bepress.com/j_yeakley/6/.

Commencement, Salisbury University, Winter 2003

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Commencement ceremonies at have been held for graduates at Salisbury University since 1926, sometimes after each semester but typically in the spring. Programs always list the names of graduates and occasionally list hometown, degree, or major.

Commencement, Salisbury University, Spring 2003

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Commencement ceremonies at have been held for graduates at Salisbury University since 1926, sometimes after each semester but typically in the spring. Programs always list the names of graduates and occasionally list hometown, degree, or major.

Honors Convocation, Salisbury University, 2003

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The Honors Convocation ceremonies at Salisbury University celebrate the school’s outstanding scholars and student leaders each spring. It has been held annually since 1956.

Positioning of African Art in the Global Art Market: A Look at Western Attitudes and Influences in the Lives of Contemporary African Artists in the United States

Tineka Archer
The success of a contemporary African artist depends on how well the artist does in the global art market. The purpose of a global art market is to respectfully promote and equally recognize cultural others. However, the global art market has consistently been regulated under Western cultural, political, and economic systems. Western values dominate and marginalize other cultures such as contemporary African artists living in the United States. As a result, contemporary African artists are...

The impact of sediment resuspension on mercury and methylmercury fate, transport and bioaccumulation is shallow estuaries

Robert Peter Mason, Eunhee Kim, Elka T. Porter & Heather Soulen
The objective of this study was to investigate the effects of resuspension on the fate and bioaccumulation of mercury (THg) and methylmercury (MeHg) in shallow estuarine environments, using mesocosms. Two 4-week experiments were conducted in July (Experiment 1) and October (Experiment 2) of 2001 with Baltimore Harbor sediments. Hard clams, Mercenaria mercenaria, were introduced into sediments for Experiment 2. Tidal resuspension (4 h on and 2 h off cycles) was simulated, with 3 replicate tanks...

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