M. D. Williams

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environments: An introduction C.-S. Li B. L. Brech S. Crowder D. M. Dias H. Franke M. Hogstrom D. Lindquist G. Pacifici S. Pappe B. Rajaraman J. Rao R. P. Ratnaparkhi R. A. Smith M. D. Williams During the past few years, enterprises have been increasingly aggressive in moving mission-critical and performance-sensitive applications to the cloud, while at the(More)
infrastructures G. Kandiraju H. Franke M. D. Williams M. Steinder S. M. Black A fundamental component of any large-scale computer system is infrastructure. Cloud computing has completely changed the way infrastructure is viewed, offering more simplicity, flexibility, and monetary benefits compared to a traditional view of infrastructure. At the core of this(More)
2 0 0 7 • Vo l I I I s sue V he industrial structure of the Tenth Federal Reserve District continues to evolve. While the region has become more like the nation in recent years, a variety of industries still make it unique, especially in some states. The industries that define a region often dictate its overall growth and economic strength. Understanding(More)
Contracts are a common foundation for faculty practice relationships between a college of nursing and other agencies. Although the legal format of a contract is relatively standardized, the process of contracting entails decisions and issues that increase its complexity. Little is available in the faculty practice literature that addresses contracts and(More)
After collapsing during the financial and economic crisis, exports have grown rapidly in the nation and across much of the Tenth Federal Reserve District. Despite some risks, most economic forecasts for national exports point to continued robust growth. An export boom, however, could have disparate effects across the country, given sizable differences in(More)
The population of the Tenth Federal Reserve District has become increasingly diverse in recent decades. Since 1970, the share of ethnic and racial minorities in the district has nearly doubled, reaching 25 percent of the area’s population in 2005. Minority job situations and earnings have long been topics of national interest for economic researchers and(More)
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