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    The Oak 1986

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    Glassboro State College yearbook for the Class of 1986; 280 pages. Contents: Student Life p. 10, Events p. 28, Organizations p. 88, Greeks p. 118, Sports p. 140, Faculty & Administration p. 172, Year in Review p. 198, Seniors p. 208 Editor-in-Chief Julie D\u27Andrea, Adviser Robert Collardhttps://rdw.rowan.edu/yearbooks/1056/thumbnail.jp

    Birds and people in Europe

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    At a regional scale, species richness and human population size are frequently positively correlated across space. Such patterns may arise because both species richness and human density increase with energy availability. If the species-energy relationship is generated through the 'more individuals' hypothesis, then the prediction is that areas with high human densities will also support greater numbers of individuals from other taxa. We use the unique data available for the breeding birds in Europe to test this prediction. Overall regional densities of bird species are higher in areas with more people; species of conservation concern exhibit the same pattern. Avian density also increases faster with human density than does avian biomass, indicating that areas with a higher human density have a higher proportion of small-bodied individuals. The analyses also underline the low numbers of breeding birds in Europe relative to humans, with a median of just three individual birds per person, and 4 g of bird for every kilogram of human

    Orientation in Friedel-Crafts Acetylation of Nerolineand Its 6-Alkyl Homologues

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    The Friedel-Crafts acetylation of neroline in nitrobenzene medium is shown to result predominantly either in 1- or in 6-substitution,depending on the experimental conditions; as a byproduct, 1,6-diacetyl-2-methoxynaphthalene is obtained. Further,it is shown that 6-alkylated nerolines such as 6-propyl-2-methoxynaphthalene, are acetylated in position 1, even in nitrobenzene medium, and that 1,6-dialkylated nerolines such as 6-ethyl-2- methoxy-1-methylnaphthalene, can also be acetylated, whilst 1,6-dialkyl-2-naphthols are unable to undergo Nencki acylation reactions. In the course of this work, certain errors in the literature have been corrected

    Orientation in Friedel-Crafts Acetylation of Nerolineand Its 6-Alkyl Homologues

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    The Friedel-Crafts acetylation of neroline in nitrobenzene medium is shown to result predominantly either in 1- or in 6-substitution,depending on the experimental conditions; as a byproduct, 1,6-diacetyl-2-methoxynaphthalene is obtained. Further,it is shown that 6-alkylated nerolines such as 6-propyl-2-methoxynaphthalene, are acetylated in position 1, even in nitrobenzene medium, and that 1,6-dialkylated nerolines such as 6-ethyl-2- methoxy-1-methylnaphthalene, can also be acetylated, whilst 1,6-dialkyl-2-naphthols are unable to undergo Nencki acylation reactions. In the course of this work, certain errors in the literature have been corrected

    Teletraffic Performance of GSM900/DCS1800 in Street Microcells

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    Radio planners often refer to the buildings in cities as "urban clutter," a nuisance they must accomrnodate. A more appropriate attitude for personal communication systems is to utilize the electromagnetic shielding offered by buildings to form microcells

    A Study on Developer Perception of Transformation Languages for Refactoring

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    Although there is much research advancing state-of-art of program transformation tools, their application in industry source code change problems has not yet been gauged. In this context, the purpose of this paper is to better understand developer familiarity and comfort with these languages by conducting a survey. It poses, and answers, four research questions to understand how frequently source code transformation languages are applied to refactoring tasks, how well-known these languages are in industry, what developers think are obstacles to adoption, and what developer refactoring habits tell us about their current use, or underuse, of transformation languages. The results show that while source code transformation languages can fill a needed niche in refactoring, research must motivate their application. We provide explanations and insights based on data, aimed at the program transformation and refactoring communities, with a goal to motivate future research and ultimately improve industry adoption of transformation languages for refactoring tasks
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