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The following people were also helpful in making this project possible. Georg Fuellen at MIT, who provided a list of initial references. David B. Fogel of the ORINCON Corporation, who was kind enough to send a copy of one of his papers, which the author referenced extensively. Leigh Testfatsion also provided a copy of an important paper. clarifying some of(More)
Delivery of online education requires a robust environment for development of Web-based courses. Although commercial solutions for online course management exist, many universities choose to develop their own environments. The engineering school of the University of Louisville has developed such an environment. At the minimum, any online education system(More)
  • Jeremy Michael Nett, Aly A. Farag, +7 authors Kathy Nett
  • 2001
iii ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The author would like to thank all those that made his education at the University of Louisville possible, including the many contributors to the scholarship funds of which he was profoundly honored to be a recipient. valuable time guiding this work, commenting on its quality, and for many suggestions on how to make the tools developed(More)
Audible pulse tones, based on a variable-pitch frequency scale, allow the anesthesiologist to determine the patient's oxygen saturation without constant visual examination of the monitor display. The ability to reliably detect oxygen saturation levels based on audible pulse tones may be compromised when multiple pulse oximeter systems are used. The goal of(More)
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