AidData’s summer fellows improve the capacity of developing country stakeholders to use geocoded data, which localizes development project activities down to the district, town or street corner level. As part of AidData’s partnership with USAID through the Higher Education Solutions Network, summer fellows travel to developing countries for two to three months and provide training for researchers, policymakers and civil society members to generate their own geospatial analysis and dynamic maps to better evaluate, coordinate and target development resources. AidData’s summer fellows are embedded in a variety of host organizations, but serve a common purpose-empowering local organizations to leverage geocoded data to solve development challenges in their own communities.

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On the Number of Stability Switches

As previously mentioned, by Routh-Hurwitz Stability Criterion,


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