The book accumulates some of my research publications in diverse fields like Electronics, Algorithm, Musical Rhythms, Control and Robotics. The publications are based on various projects which I have experimented during my last five years of study. Some of the projects were acted by my own cogitation and others are from various projects and assignments. The Bangla Clock was my first project which was designed and experimented successfully. The project was amazing and published in ICCIT 2005. Mathematical and Geometrical Analysis of Musical Rhythms was done as my BSc. thesis and published in ICICT 2007. After that I extended the work and proposed a novel classification system based on Multi-Polygonal model and published in ICCCE 2008 and ICCDA 2009. Unicode Searching Algorithm was developed by my own interest where a multilevel binary tree was designed. The other works including Mobile Robot, Wall Climbing Robot, control of Flexible Manipulator and Inverted Pendulum, Power Steering System were experimented as assignments during my course work in Masters. The review paper on Humanoid Systems was published in IJRA 2010 which was a part of my MSc. thesis work.
Exploring success and the influence of culture in international assignments for pr practitioners. This study is designed to develop an understanding of what influences the degree of success of public relations professionals in international assignments. It explores the degree of success in international assignments of public relations professionals in South Africa and the United States and determines the influence of any correlations to organizational and national culture.
Much is written about rigor but there are few research studies on the subject. This study by Dr. Misenheimer adds to the research on teacher's perception of the rigor present in their classroom assignments and the actual amount of rigor that is present. This study may challenge your thinking about a subject we often discuss but have very little agreement on. This study examines high school English assignments in traditional high schools grades 9-12 and one Early College.
AO. UNIV.-PROF. MAG. DR. MARTIN WEICHBOLD, Dean of the Faculty of Cultural and Social Sciences, University of Salzburg, Austria: ”Who is sent abroad? (…) Based on analysis of current research, with its often contradictory results, Dr. Cummings-Koether’s study spans 40 years and five continents. She conducted a very broadly conceived survey, developed her original ‘Expectation Dependency Model’ to illuminate the intricacies of international assignments, and derived concrete criteria for successful assignments.