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Abnormal Spatial-Temporal Pattern Analysis for Niagara Frontier Border Wait Times [article]

Zhenhua Zhang, Lei Lin
2017 arXiv   pre-print
The analysis of abnormal spatial-temporal wait times patterns is promising to improve the border crossing management  ...  To understand more about the nature of border crossing delay, this study applies a dictionary-based compression algorithm to process the historical Niagara Frontier border wait times data.  ...  Section Two introduces the methodology to identify abnormal spatial-temporal patterns. Section Three describes the border wait time data in detail.  ... 
arXiv:1711.00054v1 fatcat:3sjfo6qgazgfdi3ubdwapfihby

Abstracts of Working Papers in Economics

2000 Abstracts of Working Papers in Economics  
The largest single type of loan was between a yeoman farmer borrower, and a lender resident in Niagara District, for an amount somewhat in excess of a year's farm output.  ...  In addition, the analysis points to a difference between transition and industrial economies in the elasticity of money demand with respect to activity, reflecting the larger role for transactions demand  ...  -Mexico border. For each region, we have highfrequency time-series data on wages and on the number of person hours that the U.S. Border Patrol spends policing border areas.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0951007900005155 fatcat:psscujcxd5gvnjv6p4qd3vwsi4

Cryptococcus gattii

2010 Emerging Infectious Diseases  
The funders had no role in study design, data collection and analysis, decision to publish, or preparation of the manuscript.  ...  Genomic characterization by Restriction enzyme analysis was performed at the Lovelace Respiratory Research Institute. Mr.  ...  Spatial and temporal variation in vector competence of Culex pipiens and Cx. restuans mosquitoes for West Nile virus.  ... 
doi:10.3201/eid1602.999999 fatcat:gjt6pu65m5dcdbuccjiguxqlhq

Hantaviruses: A Global Disease Problem

Connie Schmaljohn
1997 Emerging Infectious Diseases  
The funders had no role in study design, data collection and analysis, decision to publish, or preparation of the manuscript.  ...  Genomic characterization by Restriction enzyme analysis was performed at the Lovelace Respiratory Research Institute. Mr.  ...  Spatial and temporal variation in vector competence of Culex pipiens and Cx. restuans mosquitoes for West Nile virus.  ... 
doi:10.3201/eid0302.970202 pmid:9204290 pmcid:PMC2627612 fatcat:6id5xpb4tvh7tghx6pjb22qruq

Socialist Studies, Volume 9, Number 1 (Full Issue)

Various Authors
2013 Socialist Studies/Études Socialistes  
Acknowledgements We would like to thank Elaine Coburn for her editorial comments. , D. (2012). From triple jeopardy to intersectionality: The feminist perplex.  ...  The first of these is the temporal division between work time and leisure time.  ...  Over time these firing patterns become more and more fixed, creating what is commonly understood as a "wellworn groove" in the mind.  ... 
doi:10.18740/s4s88s fatcat:bwaqw6jszjb5vnhge6gke564ga

International Union of History and Philosophy of Science Division of Logic, Methodology and Philosophy of Science Bulletin no. 11

Risto Hilpinen
1987 Studia Logica: An International Journal for Symbolic Logic  
Nature's more and political significances can be seen in all cultures and in all times in human history.  ...  Nature may be described and understood in very different ways so that it may serve as justification for very different and sometimes even opposite social and political actions.  ...  The hyde Park Bloody Run disclosure and plans for remediation proved to be a major challenge for Niagara University administrators, including the author, who then served as Vice President and Chief Academic  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf00396908 fatcat:mgrd45qn4zfd3nystwqf34jv6m

What's at stake on uncommon ground? The Grand River Haudenosaunee and Canada in Caledonia, Ontario

Laura Alice DeVries
Accounting for connections between identity and discourse reveal the ways in which spaces of difference and 'truth' are claimed by each party.  ...  This thesis undertakes a discourse analysis of texts publicly circulated by the involved parties to discover the underpinnings of the dispute, to link it to histories of Haudenosaunee and Euro-Canadian  ...  Susan Hill, for the honest and patient insight and inspiration they provided. Thanks also to Dr. Terre Satterfield and Dr. Stephanie Chang for their straight talk and invaluable guidance.  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0067297 fatcat:wujr6klk6vgerh6p7qxugxx2z4

Linköping University Electronic Press Culture Unbound: ISSN 2000-1525 (online) Culture Unbound

Anders Ekström, Kyrre Kverndokk, Jerry Määttä
2015 unpublished
Acknowledgement We wish to thank all the reviewers for generously volunteering their time and for providing many useful comments and suggestions that helped to improve this work.  ...  The authors thank Griffith University's Key Centre for Ethics, Law, Justice and Governance for funding this project and the School of Humanities for supporting their research.  ...  centuries, waiting for revenge.  ... 

Governing Metis Indigeneity: The Settler-Colonial Dispossession and Regulation of the Metis in Mid-Twentieth Century Manitoba

David Parent
I engage nineteenth century Metis historians to genealogize the formation of Manitoba's provincial apparatus which formed the basis for the establishment and proliferation of municipal apparatuses in Manitoba  ...  tracked and then spatially projected on to cross-section maps to demonstrate spatial change of the place over time.  ...  historians of Metis history and society to reproach Metis histories that account for the temporal-spatial specificities of Metis relationalities to places and regions.  ... 
doi:10.7939/r3-d552-ge06 fatcat:gcm3j6apknfk7cjrxcvysqchj4

Vortices of forgetting: the technogenesis of flushing media VORTICES OF FORGETTING: THE TECHNOGENESIS OF FLUSHING MEDIA

Joseph Dawson Bookman, Joseph Dawson Bookman, Joseph Dawson Bookman
2016 unpublished
ushered in a new temporal frontier.  ...  But these and other questions will have to wait for another time.  ... 

A review of the gambling literature in the economic and policy domains [article]

Garry J. Smith, Harold J. Wynne, University Of Calgary, University Of Calgary
Peter Bowal and his University of Calgary colleague's conducted a separate review and analysis of legal and government documents in the gambling policy domain.  ...  ) were randomly assigned to treatment or wait-list control.  ...  Abstract: The phenomenon of switching addictions, defined as a substitution of 1 chemical or behavioral addiction pattern for another, has been observed in clinical practices for some time.  ... 
doi:10.11575/prism/9864 fatcat:hu5wfxdhi5g27nvhfcd55hcq7a

Picturing Everyday Life: Politics and Aesthetics of Saenghwal in Postwar South Korea, 1953-1959

Jae Won Edward Chung
For example, President Syngman Rhee's administration attempted to control the discourse of "New Life" (shinsaenghwal) by linking the spatio-temporality of the everyday to reconstruction and modernization  ...  Both, now that they have resigned themselves to waiting for their spouses, enter into an alternate space-time of daydreams, which the film tracks.  ...  This pattern of mise-en-scène becomes crucial for staging T'aek's reunion with his old lover Chin.  ... 
doi:10.7916/d8z89qvs fatcat:cx6p2xm4ojcnpl65icgcljbepq

Radiant Exposure: The Art And Spectacle Of The X-Rayed Body In American Visual Culture

Lita Tirak
My goals are to generate a new language for articulating the rich significance and specific influence of X-rays in American consciousness, through formal and historical analyses of visual culture that  ...  "New Frontiers" (Fig. 73a ).  ...  ElectricalField: The Effect of Roentgen Rays upon the Eye," Los Angeles Times (Los Angeles, CA), April 5, 1896, 9. miningWhile we are waiting for Crookes tubes to go to work, he is pre-empting the whole  ... 
doi:10.21220/s2js33 fatcat:lypzdwxq3vbdtjpoluv35jalfa

Southern seduction: Canadian and American snowbirds in Florida since 1945

Godefroy Desrosiers-Lauzon, Université D'Ottawa / University Of Ottawa, Université D'Ottawa / University Of Ottawa
It demonstrates what pushed and pulled snowbirds to Florida, analyzes their journey south, their settlement patterns and housing choices, their tendency to congregate together, the forms of their sociability  ...  Foreign Flavor," NYT, 4 September 1966, D26; Miami Herald, 12 March 1971, 2d; Jack Kassevvitz, "Canada's Week in the Sun," Miami News, 2 March 1964; Ann Simmons, "Surfside Welcomes Northern Neighbors for  ...  Quebecois en Floride, [27] [28][29][30] 33, 41; Dupont and Dussault, "La presence francophone en Floride, " 8-11; "Florida Stages Canadian Events," Financial Post Magazine, 22 November 1969, 49; "Trade Ice for  ... 
doi:10.20381/ruor-13110 fatcat:z753nrddt5bhbcobuueb7a5lfm

The American hobo-sexual: a connective history in material queer culture

Heather Tapley
The American Hobo-Sexual: A Connective History in Material Queer Culture redeploys queer as temporal practices of non-productive expenditure and, in the process, locates what I term the hobo-sexual at  ...  o f "constant employment," meaning "two years," and "with families" (inside cover). 4 1 use the and/or construction here to denote both the inability o f the hobo to remain in one place, in that, at times  ...  border control as a guarantee for national homogenization.  ... 
doi:10.7939/r3-dgej-tz86 fatcat:fmj6l4pgbjcinjve3fpqrno46a
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