Matthew A. Russell

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Mining the Social Web by Matthew Russell is a delightful reading which covers a wide array of very pertinent social media technologies. When working in the field of social media and web mining, one comes across a plethora of buzz words, tools and techniques to do various web data analysis tasks. This book does a great job at demystifying these topics. What(More)
In this study we used event-related brain potentials (ERP) as neural markers of cognitive operations to examine emotion and attentional processing in a population of high-risk adolescents with mental health problems that included attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), anxiety, and depression. We included a healthy control group for comparison(More)
Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) research is an increasingly important pillar of national security and military interest. A high fidelity discrete event simulation is prerequisite to any systems implementation. The Synchronous Parallel Environment for Emulation and Discrete Event Simulation (SPEEDES) is a versatile and powerful tool that can be used for(More)
We conduct research that demonstrates new ways in which trees add value to your community, converting results into financial terms to assist you in stimulating more investment in trees. The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) prohibits discrimination in all its programs and activities on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender,(More)
This paper presents quantifiable sustainability elements in manufactured consumer electronic products. A " Sustainability Scoring " method is introduced at the design stage. A new product can be evaluated using this method for its integral elemental and the overall sustainability contents impacting the product when it reaches the end-of-life by considering(More)
E CONOMIC GROWTH in the United States since 1995 has been characterized as containing several unique periods: the information technology (IT) in­ vestment boom in 1995–2000, the period of jobless growth over 2000–2005, and the Great Recession and Recovery period that began around 2007 and contin­ ues through today. 1 At the same time, ongoing struc­ tural(More)
Ongoing structural change in the U.S. economy due, in part, to globalization, the spread of information and communications technology, and the Great Recession, has reinforced the need for an up‐to‐date decomposition of aggregate GDP to industry‐level sources of growth. This approach, typically labeled " KLEMS " accounts has been developing at an(More)