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  • Motivic Cohomology of Groups of Order p^3 

    Black, Rebecca (2018)
    In this thesis we compute the motivic cohomology ring (also known as Bloch's higher Chow groups) with finite coefficients for the two nonabelian groups of order $27$, thought of as affine algebraic groups over $\mathbb{C}$. ...
  • WHO AM I?: MEDIA INFLUENCE ON THE GENDER CONSTRUCTION OF ADOLESCENT GIRLS 

    Lawrence, Angela S (2018)
    While gender construction and identity occur across many years of childhood and early adulthood, it is in the adolescent stage when children ask the question, “Who am I?” In this study, I examine the ways media, as well ...
  • Temporal Context Modeling for Text Streams 

    Rao, Jinfeng (2018)
    There is increasing recognition that time plays an essential role in many information seeking tasks. This dissertation explores temporal models on evolving streams of text and the role that such models play in improving ...
  • Efficient Data-Oblivious Computation 

    Nayak, Kartik Ravidas (2018)
    The rapid increase in the amount of data stored by cloud servers has resulted in growing privacy concerns for users. First, although keeping data encrypted at all times is an attractive approach to privacy, encryption may ...
  • Higher order asymptotics for the Central Limit Theorem and Large Deviation Principles 

    Akurugodage, Buddhima Kasun Fernando (2018)
    First, we present results that extend the classical theory of Edgeworth expansions to independent identically distributed non-lattice discrete random variables. We consider sums of independent identically distributed random ...

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