Yolanda McMillian

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Mr. Wilson never votes. He doesn't vote because he is not confident in his reading capabilities; however, he decided that he will vote this year because he heard that blind people will be able to privately cast their vote. He said, "If blind people can vote, then so can I" At the voting precinct, he shows his identification and receives a blank, numbered(More)
When culture is integrated into the mathematics classroom, it improves students’ academic achievement [3], helps move classrooms towards an equitable learning environment [30] [31], helps students have positive beliefs about mathematics [23], and integrates mathematics with other disciplines [56], [58]. Moreover, if you observe today’s kids, the use of(More)
Since the inception of elections and election technologies, all segments of the voting population have never been granted equal access, privacy and security to voting. Modern electronic voting systems have made attempts to include disabled voters but have fallen short. Using recent developments in technology a secure, user centered, multimodal electronic(More)
While speech recognition systems have come a long way in the last thirty years, there is still room for improvement. Although readily available, these systems are sometimes inaccurate and insufficient. The research presented here outlines a technique called Distributed Listening which demonstrates noticeable improvements to existing speech recognition(More)
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