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    • Hand dermatitis among patient-care workers in one dialysis foundation

      Kern, Jacqueline D. (The University of Arizona., 1980)
    • Hand digitalization errors in transient analysis

      Buntz, Burke Owen, 1943- (The University of Arizona., 1972)
    • A handbook for developing an exhibition guide for a student union art gallery

      Galbraith, Lynn; Lieberman, Christina Michele (The University of Arizona., 2002)
      This thesis is a narrative of the development and design of an exhibition guide entitled Exhibition Guide for the Student Artist. The guide was created for use with student artists who will exhibit at the Union Galleries. The contents of the Exhibition Guide were based on an analysis of data collected from questionnaires administered to university students and curators of community galleries. The data were compared for common themes and threads. A series of questions about exhibiting emerged which formed the basis for the guide. The purpose of the guide is to help art students, new to the exhibition process, and to encourage their professional development. The Exhibition Guide for the Student Artist will be publicized by the Arizona Student Unions in January 2003.
    • A handbook for mental health counselors in Arizona on ethics and law

      Lauver, Philip J.; Christensen, Elizabeth Helene, 1950- (The University of Arizona., 1991)
      The purpose of this study was the production of a handbook on ethics and law for mental health counselors in Arizona. The handbook is the summation of information from: professional literature, state statutes, professional codes of ethics, state agencies, a survey of Arizona counselors, evaluations by practicing counselors and graduate students in counseling, and personal interviews. A survey of Arizona Counselors Association members was conducted by a mailed questionnaire. The purpose of the questionnaire was to identify and assess typical counseling practices and to determine the perceived usefulness of the proposed handbook. Results of the survey indicate that respondent counselors' typical practices do not vary substantially from one Arizona metropolitan area to the next and that almost all of them would find the handbook useful. Some of the evaluators' suggestions for modifications of the proposed handbook have been incorporated in the version which is Appendix A to this thesis.
    • A handbook of Arizona school law

      Nicolay, Raymond Russell, 1911- (The University of Arizona., 1937)
    • A handbook of biological illustration

      Wimsatt, Frances Ann, 1931- (The University of Arizona., 1956)
    • A handbook of facts concerning the Arizona public school system

      Bill, Charles E., 1900- (The University of Arizona., 1937)
    • Handel's use of flute and recorder in opera and oratorio

      Boe, John; Cornsweet, Amy, 1956- (The University of Arizona., 1990)
      Handel uses flutes or recorders in 125 pieces in his operas and oratorios. Flutes appear most frequently in the keys of E minor and B minor, and the relative major keys of G major and D major, and recorders in the keys of F major, B♭ major, and the relative minor keys of D minor and G minor. Other keys are used primarily for special reasons, especially those related to the affections. Most pieces including flutes or recorders are pastoral songs, lovesongs, and laments. Flutes and recorders double other musical lines more than 50 percent of the times they appear in the operas, and in the oratorios, they double about 35 percent of the time. Flutes are independent of all other parts about 15 percent in the operas and 17 percent in the oratorios; recorders about 28 percent in the operas and 15 percent in the oratorios. In the remaining pieces, flutes and recorders alternate between independent use and doubling other parts. In all but a handfull of pieces Handel uses only alto recorders or transverse flutes in D. On rare occasions lie specifies a higher or lower member of the flute or recorder family.
    • The handling of problem cases in Tucson senior high school

      Tolson, Andrew, 1902- (The University of Arizona., 1938)
    • Hardening mechanisms in a cobalt-base superalloy

      Lee, Charles Samuel, 1933- (The University of Arizona., 1966)
    • The hardest moment: How nurses adapt to neonatal death

      Kay, Margarita; Nichols, Lee Anne, 1957- (The University of Arizona., 1987)
      Thirteen nurses were interviewed over an eight week period to explore their adaptive responses to neonatal death. A process of adaptation was identified that included several phases through which these nurses proceeded before they finalized the death experience for themselves. These phases included responses to the resuscitation of the infant; the measures taken to console the bereaved parents; feelings associated with difficult moments during the dying process; the behaviors utilized to strengthen themselves before and after the death; reactions to the silence in the unit that occurred afterwards; the values they discovered when reflecting on how the death was handled; and the development of a philosophical meaning from their experiences. Data were collected and analyzed using grounded theory methodology.

      Patel, Mayank Raman. (The University of Arizona., 1985)
    • A hardware compiler for VLSI synthesis applications

      Hill, Fredrick J.; Chen, Jianxin, 1963- (The University of Arizona., 1992)
      Hardware description languages have been playing key roles in today's VLSI synthesis systems. AHPL is a hardware description language that can simplify the VLSI circuit design. An AHPL based VLSI synthesis system is introduced. HPCOM, a hardware compiler that translates an AHPL description into a logic network is a major part of the system. My research focuses on the development, use and interfacing between HPCOM and other synthesis tools. A finite state machine design that maps to the AHPL structure with minimal memory elements is developed. A minimization tool is incorporated into the HPCOM for Boolean logic minimization. Bus sub-type, an application-dependent parameter, and user defined logic are implemented. Memory contention problems are solved using overlay linking technique. Data structures of the HPCOM and methods for improving the usage of storage are discussed. A completed description of the data base produced by the compiler is provided.
    • Hardware program simulator

      Navabi, Zainalabedin, 1952- (The University of Arizona., 1978)

      Massoumi, Mehran Mokhtar, 1961- (The University of Arizona., 1987)
      Every effective simulation system should offer enough flexibility to allow thorough examination of the simulation object. HPSIM is a non-interactive function level Hardware Program SIMulator which is used to simulate synchronous clock mode sequential circuits. HPSIM, although a powerful design tool, lacks the flexibility to let the user carry out a "trial and error" simulation or inspect the behavior of the circuit for several inputs without having to prepare separate input files and re-run the entire program for every input. This thesis explores the drawbacks of HPSIM and offers solutions to produce a more effective design tool. The result is the interactive version of HPSIM or HPSIM/I which includes all features of HPSIM plus several added capabilities.
    • Hardy's dark ladies

      Treadwell, Lujuana Rae Wolfe, 1941- (The University of Arizona., 1966)
    • Harmonic analysis as an aid to memorizing piano repertoire

      Erskine, Martha Hollingsworth, 1919- (The University of Arizona., 1942)

      Telesco, Paula Jean. (The University of Arizona., 1985)