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Novel Classification System for Classifying Cognitive Workload Levels under Vague Visual Stimulation
This paper presents a novel method for classifying four different levels of cognitive workload. The workload levels are generated using visual stimuli degradation. EEG signals recorded from 16 subjects were used for workload ...
Complex anaphora with this: variation between three written argumentative genres
(Edinburgh University Press, 2017)
The concept of complex anaphora - ‘nominal expressions referring to propositionally structured referents’ (Consten et al., 2007) - makes a useful distinction between a text-structuring function, one important to argumentative ...
Removal of Heavy Metals from Wastewater Using Multiwalled Carbon Nanotubes
Recently, carbon nanotubes have been employed as new adsorbent for the removal of many pollutants. In this study, raw multiwalled carbon nanotubes (MWCNTs) were firstly tested for the removal of lead from aqueous solutions. ...
Muslim Women's Evolving Leadership Roles: A Case Study of Women Leaders in an Immigrant Muslim Community in Post-9/11 America
Based on three years of ethnographic fieldwork in a multi-ethnic immigrant Muslim congregation in a Midwestern city in the United States, this paper scrutinizes the intricate process through which women uses traditional ...
Connecting Water Resources across Political Borders: A Pearl River Delta Special Ecological Area
(CUBE srl., 2017)
Situated between several interdependent political and economic zones of southern China's Pearl River Delta, the Pearl River Delta Special Ecological Area (PRD SEA) project explores the possibility that regional administrative ...