Rohit Reddy

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  • Robert Slonim, Case Western Reserve, James Carlson, Luke Coffman, Samir Dalia, Matthew Dellibovi +8 others
  • 2004
Economic research examining how educational intervention programs affect primary and secondary schooling primarily focuses on test scores although schools can affect many other outcomes. This paper examines how an educational intervention, a voucher program, affected students' altruism. The voucher program used a lottery to allocate scholarships among(More)
Asynchronous system design in recent years has reemerged as an important vehicle in the field of high performance, low power and secure computing. On the other hand Binary Decision Diagrams (BDDs) have found significant applications for many years in the design, synthesis, verification, and testing of VLSI circuits. In this paper we have presented the(More)
AIM The aim of this study was to evaluate and compare the changes in body weight, body mass index (BMI), and body fat percentage (BFP) during the initial stages of fixed orthodontic treatment. MATERIALS AND METHODS The sample for this observational prospective study included 68 individuals with fixed orthodontic appliance in the age group of 18-25 years(More)
Plan: This review considers the basic mechanisms by which mucoadhesive can adhere to a mucous membrane in terms of the nature of the adhering surfaces and the forces that may be generated to secure them together. Mucosal adhesion is backed by several theories which include electronic, adsorption, wetting, diffusion, fracture and mechanical. Stages of(More)
Plan: This review considers the basic mechanisms by which mucoadhesive can adhere to a mucous membrane in terms of the nature of the adhering surfaces and the forces that may be generated to secure them together. Mucosal adhesion is backed by several theories which include electronic, adsorption, wetting, diffusion, fracture and mechanical. Stages of(More)
  • Neveen Shlayan, Rohit Reddy, Saddi, Pushkin Kachroo, Fred Ohene
  • 2009
Incidents on urban freeways usually have a major impact on the normal operation of traffic causing congestion and delays. With queues propagating rapidly, the probability of secondary incidents occurring increases. Of particular concern is the threat of serious secondary crashes in both directions. However, this secondary impact has been poorly defined by(More)
  • Robert Slonim, Case Western Reserve, James Carlson, Luke Coffman, Samir Dalia, Matthew Dellibovi +8 others
  • 2005
Economic research examining how educational intervention programs affect primary and secondary schooling focuses largely on test scores although the interventions can affect many other outcomes. This paper examines how an educational intervention, a voucher program, affected students' altruism. The voucher program used a lottery to allocate scholarships(More)
  • Eric Bettinger, Peter B Lewis Building, Robert Slonim, David Cooper, Ellen Garbarino, William Harbaugh +17 others
  • 2003
We also greatly appreciate Central Catholic High School in Toledo for use of their facilities. Bettinger completed much of this research while a visiting scholar at the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Abstract This paper uses experimental economic methods and program evaluation techniques to assess the effects of a school voucher program on academic(More)
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