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How Spectrum Policy Enables Wireless Innovation: Wi-Fi and Bluetooth Origins
A seminar talk by Dr. Michael Marcus, a consultant and adjunct professor of ECE at VT. Abstract appears below.
Tri-Tek Engineering Presentation Fall 2013
christopher consultants Presentation Fall 2013
Living the Electronics Revolution: 60 Years of Fun with Radio
(Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 2012-04-13)
This presentation is an autobiographical history of the career of Professor Charles W. Bostian, whose tenure at Virginia Tech coincided with the electronics revolution of the latter half of the twentieth century, and the ...
Digital Library Curriculum Development Project Overview
This presentation provides an update on the Digital Library Curriculum Development project. It describes the project's development and evaluation plan, timeline, and objectives.
Interdisciplinary Curriculum Development for Digital Library Education
This presentation, which was given at ICADL 2006 in Kyoto, Japan, provides an overview of the activities of the Digital Libraries Curriculum Development project, a collaborative effort between faculty and students from ...
Digital Library Curriculum Development: Enhancing Education and Comprehension of NDLTD
This slideshow describes the Digital Library Curriculum Development project, a collaborative effort between faculty and students from Virginia Tech's Department of Computer Science and the University of North Carolina at ...
Designing, Developing and Evaluating an Interdisciplinary Digital Library Curriculum
This presentation describes the development and evaluation process for curriculum materials designed for digital library courses in LIS and CS programs.
Collaborative Research: Curriculum Development for Digital Library Education
This presentation provides an update on the Digital Library Curriculum Development project, including its development and evaluation plan, project timeline, and emerging objectives.
A searcher in MARIAN is a class manager that can map abstract descriptions into weighted sets of matching class instances. This presentation focuses on linked-based, class-based, node-based, and context-based searchers.