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Movie Battles

Known as: MBII, Movie Battles 2, Movie Battles II 
Movie Battles II or MBII is a team-based, last man standing multiplayer mod of the shooter game Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy inspired by the… Expand
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2019
2019
We examine recent high-precision measurements of small-scale quasar clustering (at $z\sim0.5-2$ on scales of $\sim25~\mathrm{kpc… Expand
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2019
2019
We investigate the redshift evolution of the intrinsic alignments (IA) of galaxies in the \texttt{MassiveBlackII} (MBII… Expand
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2015
Review
2015
....................................................................................................................................... xx Chapter 1 : Disseratation introduction and overview ............................................................... 1 Overview of ecosystem-assessment techniques and tools ....................................................... 1 Global transferability of EATTs .............................................................................................. 2 The ecological setting of Michigan and S. Korean rivers ....................................................... 6 Research goals and questions .................................................................................................. 8 Dissertation content ................................................................................................................. 9 Literature cited ....................................................................................................................... 18 Chapter 2 : Estimation and classification of flow regimes for South Korean streams and rivers............................................................................................................................................. 23 Abstract .................................................................................................................................. 23 Introduction ............................................................................................................................ 25 Materials and methods ........................................................................................................... 28 Characteristics of Korean streams and rivers ................................................................. 28 Data collection and summary ......................................................................................... 28 Multiple linear regression model development .............................................................. 30 vi Performance evaluation of four different predictive models .......................................... 31 Korean stream flow-type classification methods ........................................................... 32 Statistical analysis .......................................................................................................... 33 Results .................................................................................................................................... 35 MLR models ................................................................................................................... 35 Evaluation of model performance .................................................................................. 36 Classification of Korean stream flow types .................................................................... 38 Stream flow-type classification of nation-wide biological sampling sites in S. Korea .. 39 Discussion .............................................................................................................................. 41 Factors controlling stream flows in S. Korea ................................................................. 42 Classification of Korean stream flow types .................................................................... 43 Assumptions and limitations .......................................................................................... 44 Management implications .............................................................................................. 46 Literature cited ....................................................................................................................... 73 Chapter 3 : The predictive performance evaluation of four different analytical methods in the estimation of Korean stream flow regimes from landscape variables ............................. 80 Abstract .................................................................................................................................. 80 Introduction ............................................................................................................................ 81 Materials and methods ........................................................................................................... 84 Data collection and summary ......................................................................................... 84 Modeling approach: MLR, PCR, ANN, and PC-ANN .................................................. 86 Multiple linear regressions (MLR) ................................................................................. 87 Principal component regressions (PCR) ......................................................................... 87 Artificial neural network (ANN) .................................................................................... 87 Principal component-artificial neural network (PC-ANN) ............................................ 88 Performance evaluation of four different predictive models .......................................... 88 Results .................................................................................................................................... 91 Summary statistics of response and explanatory variables ............................................ 91 Predictive models for 10% exceedance discharge (high flows) ..................................... 92 Predictive models for 50% exceedance discharge (median flows) ................................ 93 
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2014
2014
Natural resource managers face numerous choices when developing bioassessment programs but seldom have the opportunity to compare… Expand
2008
2008
:  In 2003, we compared two benthic macroinvertebrate sampling methods that are used for rapid biological assessment of wadeable… Expand
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2003
2003
The CCL6 chemokine gene was identified as a direct positive target of the L-Myc oncoprotein in interleukin 3-dependent 32D… Expand
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1998
1998
Great variations in the postprandial glucose concentration and insulin secretory responses to different foods have been shown in… Expand
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1997
1997
Endodontically, the maxillary first molar is one of the most misunderstood teeth and presents a variety of considerations for the… Expand
1997
1997
We have investigated a colloidal suspension in a thin wedge formed by two glass plates in the presence of a lateral pressure… Expand
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1982
1982
Compound nuclei of Pb ranging in mass from A = 192 to A = 200 have been formed in heavy-ion fusion reactions. Their decay by… Expand