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  • Llorens, Matthew (2019-12-14)
    Recording sound has been around since the late 1800s. Since then, it has evolved from its rudimentary beginning, to a more advanced analogue era, and to, now, a digital era of sound recording. Music has long been part of ...
  • Lange, Megan (2019-12-14)
    During my time at Ball State, I have chosen to take upon two majors in the Fine Arts College: glass and ceramics. For completion of both my glass and ceramics degrees, a thesis show presenting a body of work of our ...
  • Kelley, Carolyn (Ball State University student) (2019-12-14)
    This project is founded upon the real world experiences of a capstone semester in the study of entrepreneurial music. A complete business plan has been produced as a result of experiences in operating a business in the ...
  • Hartman, Allie (2019-05-04)
    Although tales such as the Iliad and Aeneid are thousands of years old, their characters continue to live on through modern retellings. This thesis, which contains the foundations of a novel prospectively entitled The ...
  • Gralak, Emily (2019-12-14)
    In January 2019, Gillette encountered a storm of controversy when they launched their publicity campaign for “The Best Men Can Be” with an online short film tackling issues of toxic masculinity and #metoo. In a market ...
  • DeLorenzo, Lauren (2019-12-14)
    Monsters have haunted humankind since the beginning of our history, reflecting the fears and values of the society which they originate. From cave paintings to the latest horror blockbuster, monsters exist most clearly ...
  • Crapo, Nathan S. (2019-12-14)
    The Populist Radical Right (PRR) is the fastest growing party family in western Europe today. The PRR has seen sustained electoral success in major countries in Europe. The main purpose of this paper is to examine what has ...
  • Correll, Matt (2019-12-14)
    Stories can change lives. They give voices to the oppressed and educate the ignorant. The fairy tale is one of the most widespread types of stories, with the ability to entirely alter the way that children and young adults ...
  • Brownell, Allison (2019-12-14)
    Opioid addiction is a devastating problem across the United States, with staggeringly high addiction and overdose rates in the Midwest alone. Calhoun County, the county in which I grew up, is one of the worst counties ...
  • Berrington, Robert C.; Dermer, Charles D.; Sturner, S.J. (2001)
    Subcluster interactions within clusters of galaxies produce shocks that accelerate nonthermal particles. We treat Fermi acceleration of nonthermal electrons and protons by injecting power-law distributions of particles ...
  • Berrington, Robert C.; Dermer, Charles D. (2004)
    We have developed a numerical model for the temporal evolution of particle and photon spectra resulting from nonthermal processes at the shock fronts formed in merging clusters of galaxies. Fermi acceleration is approximated ...
  • Berrington, Robert C.; Dermer, Charles D. (2004)
    A numerical simulation model of the injection and cooling of nonthermal particles energized by shocks formed in merging clusters of galaxies is used to fit radio and X-ray data observed from the Coma cluster of galaxies. ...
  • Drukier, G.A.; Slavin, S.D.; Cohn, H.N.; Lugger, P.M.; Berrington, Robert C.; Murphy, B.W.; Seitzer, P.O. (1998-02)
    We present velocities for 230 stars in the outer parts of the globular cluster M15 measured with the Hydra multifiber spectrograph on the 3.5 m WIYN telescope. A new Bayesian technique is used for analyzing the data. The ...
  • Pierce, Michael J.; Berrington, Robert C. (2000-02-22)
    We present evidence for non-Gaussian velocity fields within the cores of luminous elliptical galaxies. This evidence is based on high signal-to-noise ratio, medium-resolution spectroscopy of the cores of early-type members ...
  • Berrington, Robert C.; Lugger, Phyllis M.; Cohn, Haldan N. (2002-05)
    We present 236 new radial velocities of galaxies in the cluster A2256 measured with the WIYN Hydra Multi-Object Spectrograph. Combined with the previous work of Fabricant, Kent, & Kurtz, we have velocities for a total of ...
  • Berrington, Robert C.; Dermer, Charles D. (2003-09-10)
    We have developed a numerical model for the temporal evolution of particle and photon spectra resulting from nonthermal processes at the shock fronts formed in merging clusters of galaxies. Fermi acceleration is approximated ...
  • Drukier, G.A.; Cohn, H.N.; Lugger, P.M.; Slavin, S.D.; Berrington, Robert C.; Murphy, B.W. (2007-02-07)
    We report the determination of high-accuracy radial velocities for 306 members of the globular cluster M92 using the Hydra multiobject spectrograph on the WIYN telescope. We have concentrated on stars outside of the central ...
  • Berrington, Robert C. (1991)
    From newly collected data at the Maria Mitchell Observatory, a new ephemeris of V801 Cygni is derived.
  • Berrington, Robert C.; Hall, Douglas S. (1994-05)
    Timings of primary eclipse up through 1992 are collected, plus a few overlooked in earlier studies. Analysis show that, after decreasing until approximately equals 1919 and increasing since then, the period has now started ...
  • Bode, Paul W.; Berrington, Robert C.; Cohn, Haldan N.; Lugger, Phyllis M. (1994-10)
    We report N-body simulations of the dynamical evolution of isolated clusters of 50 galaxies containing a dark matter component that comprises 90% of the cluster mass. For our adopted physical scaling, the line-of- sight ...

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