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Olivet Nazarene University is a Christian liberal arts university located in the village of Bourbonnais, Illinois, United States. Named for Olivet, Illinois, ONU was originally established as a grammar school in east-central Illinois in 1907. It is affiliated with the Church of the Nazarene and is the annual site of the Church's "Regional Celebrate Life" youth gathering for the Central USA Region. It is one of the largest members of the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities. Wikipedia.


Ritter R.S.,Olivet Nazarene University | Fiddy M.A.,University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering | Year: 2015

Inverse scattering algorithms typically rely on weak scattering approximations and the inversion of far field data on an Ewald sphere. This, in turn, fixes the resolution of the computed image. However, it has long been observed that when multiple scattering occurs in a strongly interacting object, and a nonlinear inversion method is employed to image it, the resulting image can reveal subwavelength resolution. We have observed this phenomenon using a cepstral filtering approach and characterize it more fully here. © 2015 SPIE. Source


Bebej R.M.,Olivet Nazarene University | ul-Haq M.,Geological Survey of Pakistan | Zalmout I.S.,University of Michigan | Gingerich P.D.,University of Michigan
Journal of Mammalian Evolution | Year: 2012

The archaeocete family Remingtonocetidae is a group of early cetaceans known from the Eocene of India and Pakistan. Previous studies of remingtonocetids focused primarily on cranial anatomy due to a paucity of well-preserved postcranial material. Here we describe the morphology of the known vertebral column in Remingtonocetus domandaensis based largely on a single well-preserved partial skeleton recovered from the upper Domanda Formation of Pakistan. The specimen preserves most of the precaudal vertebral column in articulation and includes seven complete cervical vertebrae, ten partial to complete thoracic vertebrae, six complete lumbar vertebrae, and the first three sacral vertebrae. Cervical centra are long and possess robust, imbricating transverse processes that stabilized the head and neck. Lumbar vertebrae allowed for limited flexibility and probably served primarily to stabilize the lumbar column during forceful retraction of the hind limbs. Vertebral evidence, taken together with pelvic and femoral morphology, is most consistent with interpretation of Remingtonocetus domandaensis as an animal that swam primarily by powerful movement of its hind limbs rather than dorsoventral undulation of its body axis. © 2012 Springer Science+Business Media, LLC. Source


Lyle J.,University of Southern Mississippi | Lyle J.,Olivet Nazarene University | Patterson S.,University of Southern Mississippi
Journal of Combinatorial Optimization | Year: 2016

In 2014, Desormeaux et al. (Discrete Math 319:15–23, 2014) proved a relationship between the annihilation number and 2-domination number of a tree. In this note, we provide a family of bounds for the 2-domination number of a tree based on the amount of vertices of small degree. This family of bounds extends current bounds on the 2-domination number of a tree, and provides an alternative proof for the relationship between the annihilation number and the 2-domination number of a tree that was shown by Desormeaux et al. © 2016 Springer Science+Business Media New York Source


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Ludwig Main Dining RoomFeaturing a wide array of fresh food options designed to satisfy everyone's appetite. Fresh fruit and salads Hot, home-style entres Pasta and freshly baked pizza Deli choices served on freshly baked breads New creations by our chef just for you Frozen yogurt and freshly baked desserts Homemade soups And you can enjoy "all you care to eat! Red Room Located in the lower level of Ludwig, Red Room offers a convenient and healthy create your own salad bar ...


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