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  • Frye, Randall William (Kansas State University, 2014-04-28)
    This Master’s Report contains extended program notes on the works performed on a graduate rectial of music for a Baritone. The text includes biographical information on each composer and an analysis of each piece performed. ...
  • Dickson, Matthew R (Kansas State University, 2008-12-08)
    One of the most deadly tactics used by today’s terrorists is suicide bombing. Sensors have been developed and are being used in different situations to detect weapons and the people initiating suicide bombing attacks. ...
  • Willey, Tyler Jayne (Kansas State University, 2015-04-23)
    The Woodford shale is recognized as an abundant source rock across Oklahoma and much of the midcontinent (Lambert, 1990), and up to 8% of the world’s hydrocarbon reserves are estimated to have been sourced by the Woodford ...
  • Zomlot, Loai M. M. (Kansas State University, 2014-04-28)
    Intrusion analysis, i.e., the process of combing through Intrusion Detection System (IDS) alerts and audit logs to identify true successful and attempted attacks, remains a difficult problem in practical network security ...
  • Rarick, Timothy Michael (Kansas State University, 2008-12-01)
    Research has determined three main pathways or orientations to happiness: Meaning, Pleasure, and Engagement (Peterson, Park, & Seligman, 2005). Each has shown to have a substantial impact on an individual's satisfaction ...
  • Silwal, Sharad Deep (Kansas State University, 2012-08-13)
    Originally introduced in 1961 by Carl Gustav Axel Harnack [36] in the context of harmonic functions in R[superscript]2, the so-called Harnack inequality has since been established for solutions to a wide variety of different ...
  • Steinman, Eva Melinda (Kansas State University, 2012-08-08)
    In 2011, the United States Secretary of the Interior approved a proposal for expansion of the Harry S. Truman National Historic Landmark District in Independence, Missouri. The expansion of the historic district and the ...
  • Han, Wang (Kansas State University, 2014-05-09)
    Terms-of-trade argument (the optimal tariff theory) refers that a country with market power can gain national welfare when they impose a tariff for foreign exports and generate welfare at the expense of foreign trade ...
  • Falcon Campos, Isaac Cruz Joel (Kansas State University, 2014-11-05)
    Today more and more teenagers are adopting cell phone communication as the primary way to communicate with their peers and parents (Lenhart, Ling, Campbell, & Purcell, 2010). Literature is vast on the negative use of cell ...
  • Wei, Changyou (Kansas State University, 2012-11-27)
    Rose (2004) reports that GATT/WTO membership produces no positive effects on international trade. This is a remarkable determination given the widespread belief in academic and policy circles that the WTO successfully ...
  • Morgan, Jessica L. (Kansas State University, 2009-05-26)
    Wind pressures affect buildings of all shapes and sizes. Standards and codes have been published that instruct engineers and designers how to account for the wind loads interacting with structures. As further research on ...
  • Luteran, Paula (Kansas State University, 2011-01-12)
    Medieval French literature provides the modern researcher with references to the healing arts in many passages that are incorporated into prose or poetic works. Because there was no clear separation of the genres into ...
  • De Jesus, Ricardo (Kansas State University, 2014-11-12)
    Urban soils contaminated with lead can pose a health risk if vegetables and fruits from the garden are consumed. In general, we don’t think our gardens as dangerous or toxic, but unfortunately some garden soils do contain ...
  • Pettay, Robert Francis (Kansas State University, 2008-05-02)
    This study explored the relationship between a variety of health behaviors and life satisfaction in college students. University students (N=794) enrolled in a midwestern university during the Fall, 2006 and Spring, 2007 ...
  • Haller, Lance (Kansas State University, 2008-07-23)
    This paper on the urban and rural healthcare expenditures gap examines common explanations for why the gap exists. The rural communities have consistently had lower healthcare expenditures than that of the urban communities. ...
  • Stensland, Alexsis (Kansas State University, 2015-04-24)
    Accessing healthy food can be a challenge for people living in both rural and urban environments. A broad range of factors influences one’s food security, including the accessibility and affordability of food retailers, ...
  • Sowmya, Mothekani (Kansas State University, )
    Every home has the challenge of matching its grocery to family member’s demands. How well the home maker manages this challenge has a major impact on the food wastage and money spent on buying those. Any typical family ...
  • Piesciorovsky, Emilio Carlos (Kansas State University, 2009-12-20)
    This thesis focuses on estimating the power loss from power panelboards by means of power loss models. The model is intended to be used by HVAC engineers to help estimate building heat loss. While McDonald & Hickok (1985) ...
  • Talukder, Shyamal Krishna (Kansas State University, 2014-07-25)
    Heat stress is one of the major environmental constraints for wheat production worldwide. High temperature during grain filling in wheat leads to a significant reduction in yield. In this research, three different projects ...
  • Madamadakala, Ganapathi Reddy (Kansas State University, 2013-06-18)
    The current research presents the experimental investigation of heat transfer and flow characteristics of sonic multiphase flow in a converging-diverging nozzle. R134a and R123 are used in this study. Four different nozzle ...

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