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    • Variability and reliability analysis in self-assembled multichannel carbon nanotube field-effect transistors 

      Hu, Zhaoying; Tulevski, George S.; Hannon, James B.; Afzali, Ali; Liehr, Michael; Park, Hongsik (Applied Physics Letters, 2015)
      Carbon nanotubes (CNTs) have been widely studied as a channel material of scaled transistors for high-speed and low-power logic applications. In order to have sufficient drive current, it is widely assumed that CNT-based ...
    • Variation in Attitudes toward Being a Mother by Race/Ethnicity and Education among Women in the United States 

      Tichenor, Veronica; McQuillan, Julia; Greil, Arthur L.; Bedrous, Andrew V.; Clark, Amy; Shreffler, Karina M. (Sociological Perspectives, 2017)
      Do differences in experiences of motherhood (e.g., number of children, age at first child, and relationship type) by race/ethnicity and social class mean that attitudes toward motherhood also vary by social location? We ...
    • Wayfair: Establishing an Economic Nexus Standard for the 21st Century 

      Hebert, Daniel J. (2020-04-20)
      In this article, Hebert discusses state and local tax jurisprudence before South Dakota v. Wayfair, the effects of Wayfair on economic actors and states, and recommendations regarding post-Wayfair state legislation.
    • What Do Customers Really Seek From Their Mobile Service Providers? 

      Ramkrishna, Deepa; Hash, Larry; Adviser; Marsh, John; Reviewer (2016-12-17)
      With the number of smartphone and wireless internet users set to increase at a rapid pace over the next few years, there is an increased need for a next generation mobile wireless technology such as 5G. Before discussing ...
    • Why contagious yawning does not (yet) equate to empathy 

      Massen, Jorg J. M.; Gallup, Andrew C. (Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews, 2017-09)
      Various studies and researchers have proposed a link between contagious yawning and empathy, yet the conceptual basis for the proposed connection is not clear and deserves critical evaluation. Therefore, we systematically ...
    • A Wireless Intrusion Detection for the Next Generation (5G) Networks 

      Ferrucci, Richard; Kholidy, Hisham A.; Advisor (SUNY Polytechnic Institute, 2020-05)
      5G data systems are closed to delivery to the public. The question remains how security will impact the release of this cutting edge architecture. 5G data systems will be sending massive amounts of personal data due to the ...