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  • Authors: Ackerman, Gary L;  Advisor: -;  Co-Author: - (2022)

    My purpose in writing this book is to give readers a view into the work of managing information technology in schools. IT professionals will notice differences (some nuanced and some significant) between the needs and expectations of IT users in business and IT in school. With the more complete and more accurate concept the nature of the computing environment necessary for successful schooling, which I intend to provide through this book, IT professionals will be better prepared to meet those needs. Educators will also benefit from this book by clarifying the nature of their IT needs and how these may be different from those that are familiar to IT professionals who are hired to work in your school.

  • Authors: Bernstein, David;  Advisor: -;  Co-Author: - (2022)

    Programming patterns are solutions to problems that require the creation of a small fragment of code that will be part of a larger program. Hence, this book is about teaching you how to write such fragments of code. However, it is not about teaching you the syntax of the statements in the fragments, it assumes that you already know the syntax. Instead, it is about finding solutions to problems that arise when first learning to program.

  • Authors: Myra Sandquist, Reuter;  Advisor: -;  Co-Author: - (2022)

    Chippewa Valley Technical College is pleased to announce the release of the Nursing Assistant OER textbook with CC BY licensing. This book was developed for use in Nursing Assistant courses with funding from the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF). It contains remixed content from Open RN textbooks and other OER sources as well as new content. Chapters contain interactive learning activities and videos of instructor skills demonstrations.

  • Authors: S. Bigel, Kenneth;  Advisor: -;  Co-Author: - (2022)

    This Open Textbook is a dynamic guide incorporating the essential skills needed to build a foundation in Financial Analysis. Students and readers will learn how to insightfully read a Financial Statement, utilize key financial ratios in order to derive forward-looking investment-related inferences from the accounting data, engage in elementary forecasting and modeling, master the theory of the Time Value of Money, and learn to price stocks and bonds in an environment in which interest rates constantly change. Ample problems and solutions, and review questions are provided to the student so that s/he can gauge his/her progress. This text will be continually updated in order to provide novel information and enhance students’ experiences.

  • Authors: Supansa, Noinakorn; Nopparat, Wairojjana; Nuttapol, Pakkaranang;  Advisor: -;  Co-Author: - (2022)

    In this paper, we propose a new inertial iterative method to solve classical variational inequalities with pseudomonotone and Lipschitz continuous operators in the setting of a real Hilbert space. The proposed iterative scheme is basically analogous to the extragradient method used to solve the problems of variational inequalities in real Hilbert spaces. The strong convergence of the proposed algorithm is set up with the prior knowledge of Lipschitz’s constant of an operator. Finally, several computational experiments are listed to show the applicability and efficiency of the proposed algorithm.

  • Authors: Alan, Arroyo; Fabian, Klute; Irene, Parada;  Advisor: -;  Co-Author: - (2022)

    A simple drawing D(G) of a graph G is one where each pair of edges share at most one point: either a common endpoint or a proper crossing. An edge e in the complement of G can be inserted into D(G) if there exists a simple drawing of G+e extending D(G). As a result of Levi’s Enlargement Lemma, if a drawing is rectilinear opseudolinear), that is, the edges can be extended into an arrangement of lines (pseudolines), then any edge in the complement of G can be inserted. In contrast, we show that it is NP-complete to decide whether one edge can be inserted into a simple drawing. This remains true even if we assume that the drawing is pseudocircular, that is, the edges can be extended to an arrangement of pseudocircles.

  • Authors: My Driss, Aouragh; Mohamed, Nahli; M’hamed, Segaoui;  Advisor: -;  Co-Author: - (2022)

    In this paper, we study the stabilization problem of a disk beam structure with disturbance. Specifically, the structure consists of a beam clamped at one end to the center of a rotating rigid disk, while the other end is attached to a tip mass subject to a non-uniform bounded disturbance. We start the investigation by designing the controller via the Active disturbance rejection control (ADRC) approach. The high gain extended state observer (ESO) is first designed to estimate the disturbance, then the feedback observer-based controller is designed to employ the estimation to cancel the disturbance effect.

  • Authors: Sunil, Kumar; Joginder, Singh; Aakansha;  Advisor: -;  Co-Author: - (2022)

    We construct and analyze a domain decomposition method to solve a class of singularly perturbed parabolic problems of reaction-diffusion type having Robin boundary conditions. The method considers three subdomains, of which two are finely meshed, and the other is coarsely meshed. The partial differential equation associated with the problem is discretized using the finite difference scheme on each subdomain, while the Robin boundary conditions associated with the problem are approximated using a special finite difference scheme to maintain the accuracy.

  • Authors: George A., Anastassiou; Seda, Karateke;  Advisor: -;  Co-Author: - (2022)

    Here, we present multivariate quantitative approximations of Banach space valued continuous multivariate functions on a box or RN, N∈N, by the multivariate normalized, quasi-interpolation, Kantorovich-type and quadrature-type neural network operators. We examine also the case of approximation by iterated operators of the last four types. These approximations are achieved by establishing multidimensional Jackson type inequalities involving the multivariate modulus of continuity of the engaged function or its high-order Fréchet derivatives. Our multivariate operators are defined using a multidimensional density function induced by the Richards’s curve, which is a generalized logistic function.

  • Authors: Jakiw, Pidstrigach; Sebastian, Reich;  Advisor: -;  Co-Author: - (2022)

    We investigate the application of ensemble transform approaches to Bayesian inference of logistic regression problems. Our approach relies on appropriate extensions of the popular ensemble Kalman filter and the feedback particle filter to the cross entropy loss function and is based on a well-established homotopy approach to Bayesian inference. The arising finite particle evolution equations as well as their mean-field limits are affine-invariant. Furthermore, the proposed methods can be implemented in a gradient-free manner in case of nonlinear logistic regression and the data can be randomly subsampled similar to mini-batching of stochastic gradient descent.