Volume 3 Issue 4 - February 15, 2008
 
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Research Express@NCKU        Feb 15~ Feb 21, 2008

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Nitride-Based Schottky Barrier Sensor Module With High Electrostatic Discharge Reliability
Y. K. Su

Gallium nitride (GaN) is one of the most promising materials for the fabrication of high-sensitive ultraviolet (UV) sensors, since it has a large direct band gap energy (3.41 eV at room temperature) and a high saturation electron drift velocity (310 cm/s). ...

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Modeling and Robust Active Control of a Pneumatic Vibration Isolator
Ming-Chang Shih

Due to rapid development of micro processing, precise measurement, and high-accuracy manufacturing, vibration disturbance becomes non-negligible because its amplitude is close to the cared dimension of operation. ...

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Fabricating a Miniaturized Solid-state Reference Electrode for Bio-industry Applications
Tse-Chuan Chou

Electrochemical sensors such as pH indicators and ion selective electrodes have been used in environmental, clinical and biomedical applications. Owing to improvements in microfabrication technology, they can be miniaturized by using screen-printing or semiconductor-compatible fabrication technologies into different forms ...

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A corpus based study on animal expressions in Mandarin Chinese and German
Shelley Ching-yu Hsieh

Abstract
This study based on Mandarin Chinese and German Corpora to investigate animal fixed expressions. It aims to, first, apply Goddard’s (1998) approach of semantic molecules to explore semantic interaction. Second, It delves into cultural perspectives with focus on different mentalities and thoughts of the peoples. ...

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Approximate sample size formulas for the two-sample trimmed mean test with unequal variances
W. M Luh

Testing the equality of two means from independent samples is very common in scientific inquiry. Moreover, deciding on the sample size needed for the study is an important and serious business for planning research. ...

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Fast Heuristics for Designing Integrated E-Waste Reverse Logistics Networks
I-Lin Wang

Introduction:
With the growing economy, the increasing amount of disposed goods can induce important environmental issues if they are not properly managed at product end of life. Reverse logistics, the activities to collect and process used products, has been extensively investigated recently to preserve as much of the residual value of used products in a way friendly to the environment. ...

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