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    • Tables 5, 6, and 8 from Student Enrollment Factbook for fall census day, 2015 

      Academic Affairs; Office of Planning and Analysis (Wichita State University, 2016-09-12)
    • Tag anti-collision algorithms for active and passive RFID networks with foresight 

      Baloch, Fariha (Wichita State University, 2014-05)
      In the world where initiatives to automate jobs are becoming a norm, it is no surprise that the interest in radio frequency identification (RFID) networks has grown exponentially. With RFID technology, organizations around ...
    • Tailoring supported conversation 

      Martinez, Maria (Wichita State University, 2014-07)
      The purpose of this study was to determine if tailoring communication notebooks and methods of conversation to the individual needs of clients with aphasia would enhance their quality of life. Nine adults (4 females and ...
    • Taino Indians: Settlements of the Caribbean 

      Hopper, Ronald (Wichita State University. Department of Anthropology, 2008)
    • TAJA Racing 

      Nguyen, Thuan; Whitaker, A.J.; Christman, Joe; Esparza, Alex (2011-12-14)
      Cycling devices have evolved from the simple device that records speed to the complex devices out on the market. Today’s advancement in technology brings us the XiSport Cycling Training Device. The XiSport lets you do ...
    • Taken with a grain of salt: experimentation and the chemistry of archaeological ceramics from Xaltocan, Mexico 

      Stoner, Wesley D.; Millhauser, John K.; Rodriguez-Alegria, Enrique; Overholtzer, Lisa; Glascock, Michael D. (Springer International Publishing AG, 2014-12-01)
      Neutron activation analysis (NAA) of ceramics from Xaltocan (n=651) displays high values for sodium and potassium and low concentrations of many transition metals and rare earth elements compared to other sites in the Basin ...
    • TAM + ARCS = SNT framework for higher education 

      Akella, Nirupama (IGI Global, 2019-10)
      This chapter studies the challenge and issue of developing a sound social networking technology (SNT) framework to affect positive student engagement and consequently effective learning. The author aims to enable educational ...
    • Target tracking strategies for a nonlinear, flexible aircraft-inspired model 

      Chakravarthy, Animesh; Evans, Katie A.; Evers, Johnny; Kuhn, Lisa M. (IEEE, 2011-06-29)
      Aeroelastic wing micro aerial vehicle (MAV) concepts are being explored for military and civilian applications. However, on the whole, the issues of control of MAVs are largely unexplored. The authors seek to employ ...
    • Target/Object tracking using particle filtering 

      Kambhampati, Srisumakanth (Wichita State University, 2008-08)
      Particle filtering techniques have captured the attention of many researchers in various communities, including those in signal processing, communication and image processing. Particle filtering is particularly useful in ...
    • Targeting fear of spiders with control-, acceptance-, and information-based approaches 

      Wagener, Alexandra L.; Zettle, Robert D. (Psychological Record, 2011)
      The relative impact of control-, acceptance-, and information-based approaches in targeting a midlevel fear of spiders among college students was evaluated. Participants listened to a brief protocol presenting one of the ...
    • Targeting vulnerable life-stages of Sericea Lespedeza (Lespedeza cuneata) with prescribed burns 

      Wong, Bryant M.; Houseman, Gregory R.; Hinman, Sarah E.; Foster, Bryan L. (WEED SCI SOC AMER, 2012-10)
      There is growing interest in whether invasive species may be controlled by utilizing management strategies that target vulnerable life stages. We manipulated the timing of fire and measured its effects on sericea lespedeza ...
    • Task and effector constraints on the kinematics of pointing movements 

      Bohan, Michael; McConnell, Daniel; Thompson, Shelby; Chaparro, Alex (2005-08)
      Recent work has emphasized the distinction between task and effector constraints underlying performance in Fitts' type discrete pointing tasks. We explored the relative contributions of these constraints in a cursor-pointing ...
    • Task-specific organization of activity in human jaw muscles 

      Moore, Christopher A.; Smith, Anne; Ringel, Robert L. (American Speech - Language - Hearing Association, 1988-12)
      Coordination of jaw muscle activity for speech production sometimes has been modeled using nonspeech behaviors. This orientation has been especially true in representations of mandibular movement in which the synergy of ...
    • Tautomeric stabilities of 4-fluorohistidine shed new light on mechanistic experiments with labeled ribonuclease A 

      Kasireddy, Chandana; Ellis, Jonathan M.; Bann, James G.; Mitchell-Koch, Katie R. (Elsevier B.V., 2016-12-01)
      Ribonuclease A is the oldest model for studying enzymatic mechanisms, yet questions remain about proton transfer within the active site. Seminal work by Jackson et al. (1994) labeled Ribonuclease A with 4-fluorohistidine, ...
    • Taxonomic and nomenclatural changes in the pelidnotine scarabs (coleoptera: scarabaeidae: rutelinae: rutelini) 

      Moore, Matthew Robert; Jameson, Mary Liz (Coleopterists Soc, 2013-09)
      The taxonomy and nomenclature of several species-group names for the pelidnotine scarabs (Scarabaeidae: Rutelinae: Rutelini) are clarified. Two replacement names are proposed for homonyms in the genus Pelidnota MacLeay: ...
    • A taxonomy of a living model of the enterprise 

      Whitman, Lawrence E.; Ramachandran, K.; Ketkar, Vikram N. (IEEE, 2001-02)
      A designer has a choice of many models, methods, frameworks, and architectures. There is little consistency between these terms among researchers. Some of the most widely used architectures and frameworks are described ...
    • TCP state-based service differentiation in wireless network 

      Gorde, S.; Thanthry, Nagaraja; Pendse, Ravi (OPNETWORK 2003, 2003-08)
      In traditional computer networks, service differentiation is done based on application flows. This results in high packet loss for low priority traffic flows. If the low priority flows are TCP based applications then the ...
    • TCP-M: Multiflow transmission control protocol for Ad Hoc networks 

      Thanthry, Nagaraja; Kalamkar, Anand; Pendse, Ravi (Hindawi Publishing Corporation, 2006-03-13)
      Recent research has indicated that transmission control protocol (TCP) in its base form does not perform well in an ad hoc environment. The main reason identified for this behavior involves the ad hoc network dynamics. ...
    • Teach me to read: Gains in preschoolers' phonological awareness skills from explicit instruction 

      Marble-Flint, Karissa J. (Wichita State University. Graduate School, 2014-04-25)
      Research has shown a relationship between phonological awareness, early reading instruction, and later reading skills. Phonological awareness (PA) skills are taught through explicit instruction. When this instruction occurs ...
    • Teacher attitudes toward implementation of a comprehensive school reform model in two urban middle schools: communication disconnect 

      Burkhalter, Kimberly D. Johnson; Campbell, James K.; Diepenbrock, Robert G.; Marx, Gina R.; Alagic, Mara; Elliot, Craig (Wichita State University. Graduate School, 2009-05-01)
      In an effort to significantly improve student achievement and meet the mandates of No Child Left Behind, more public schools are turning toward externally developed comprehensive school reform (CSR) providers. CSR models ...