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Incorporating Enterprise Architecture in the Supply Chain 

Hazen, Benjamin (2012-07-27)
Diffusion of innovation literature proposes a variety of conditions and antecedents that may facilitate the complete incorporation of a technological innovation into an organization. To date, no one study assimilates the ...

Incorporating Green Chemistry Principles in Heterogeneous Catalysis Operations 

Bacik, Deborah (2011-08-25)
Many commercial processes for the production of chemicals involve harsh organic solvents as well as numerous by-products that are detrimental to the environment. For many years it was common practice to implement a process ...

Incorporating long-term spatial and temporal effects in a state space model to evaluate land management alternatives for imperiled species conservation in Alabama 

Silvano, Amy (2013-05-14)
Conservation decisions are often made based on expected outcomes without full consideration of costs, likelihood of achieving targeted results, or spatial and temporal consequences of their implementation. We used structured ...

Incorporating Patient Input into Value-based Community Fall Prevention for Older Adults: Evaluating Patient Preferences and Willingness to Pay 

Hohmann, Natalie (2019-07-23)
Background: Falls are the leading cause of injury-related death and non-fatal injuries in US older adults, including hip fracture and traumatic brain injury. Current evidence-based fall prevention programs exist in ...

Incorporation of a Foot-Mounted IMU for Multi-Sensor Pedestrian Navigation 

Pierce, Daniel (2016-04-29)
This thesis deals with pedestrian localization by way of multi-sensor fusion. A special focus is made on the use of a foot-mounted inertial measurement unit (IMU) and its incorporation into other pedestrian navigation ...

The Incorporation of Error Detection Methods in Undergraduate Instrumental Conducting Courses: A Mixed Methods Investigation 

McCullough, Chapel (2018-12-03)
Error detection is an important skill for conductors and there have been many studies investigating factors that affect error detection ability. Although error detection method books have been developed, there is little ...

Incorporation of Nanoparticles in Polymeric Materials for Medical Applications 

Ward, Christopher (2013-07-19)
Nanomaterials have become a desirable field of research for use in the medical industry. Many modern medical techniques, devices, and medications can utilize nanomaterials for entirely new functions and designs. This ...

Incorporation of Normative Feedback into National Alcohol Screening Day: Feasibility, Acceptability, and Short-term Impact on Alcohol Use and Related Behaviors 

Gauthier, Jami (2016-08-05)
Despite more than one-third of college students reporting alcohol misuse, few seek treatment. National Alcohol Screening Day (NASD) was initiated to promote treatment seeking, yet most attendees do not meet criteria for ...

Increasing enrollment of EL students in Georgia: A multiple case study of school leaders at high-EL schools 

Cantrell, Michelle (2022-05-05)  ETD File Embargoed
English learners (ELs) are increasing in US schools; however, their achievement and graduation rate continues to lag as compared to non-Hispanic white students. In Georgia, where the EL population has increased significantly ...

Incremental Repeated Acquisition in Children: Examining How Chain Type Might Influence the Association with Measures of Executive Function. 

Spencer Walstrom, Kristen (2015-12-10)
The Incremental Repeated Acquisition (IRA) procedure requires a participant to learn to produce a new sequence of responses each session. The current work makes two novel contributions to the small body of literature ...

Indecomposable and Chainable Continua 

Sturm, Frank (2009-07-31)
This thesis covers topics in continuum theory related to indecomposable continua and chainable continua. Theorems are presented to characterize indecomposable continua and then chainability is explored in its connection ...

Independence Fault Collapsing and Concurrent Test Generation 

Doshi, Alok (2006-05-15)
The objective of this work is to find suitable targets for Automatic Test Pattern Generation (ATPG) such that a minimal test set is obtained for a combinational circuit. Original concepts of independence fault collapsing ...

Indianness and Womanhood: Textualizing the Female American Self 

Rex, Cathy (2008-08-15)
This dissertation focuses on the intricate relationship between Indianness and the formation of a uniquely new identity in the seventeenth, eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries—that of the American woman writer. ...

Indigent Defense in Five Southern States: Factors that Influence State Administrative Oversight 

Hodnett, Amanda (2010-07-16)
The right to legal representation for those accused of crime is now a constitutional right across the American legal system. State oversight of indigent defense programs in the American states has not been the subject of ...

Individual Differences as Predictors of Leader Emergence 

Bruce, Leonardis (2011-08-09)
Virtual teams are fast becoming a normal part of organizational operations. In an effort to obtain a clearer understanding of how virtual teams differ from traditional face-to-face teams, researchers have begun to examine ...

Individual Differences in Reinforcing Value of Alcohol After a Priming Dose Among High-Risk College Students 

Diulio, Andrea (2014-06-18)
The priming effect refers to an increase in the desire for more of a substance after consuming an initial dose. Sensitivity to the priming effect among drinkers is considered a risk factor for hazardous drinking. Drinkers ...

Individual Differences in Stable Motivational Qualities and Skill Acquisition: Dispositional Goal Orientation and Self-Efficacy 

Cullen, Kristin (2007-08-15)
The current study extends previous research on skill acquisition to develop a more complete picture of the motivational variables that influence task performance. Participants completed measures of cognitive ability, global ...

Individual differences in the stressor-strain relationship: The role of ability-based emotional intelligence 

Cox, Brennan (2007-08-15)
Researchers have uncovered several individual characteristics and situational variables that help explain and predict how, why, when, and which individuals will be affected by a potentially stressful encounter. Still, there ...

The Individual Graduate Teaching Assistant Negotiating Current Preparation Models: A Case Study of Four Composition Graduate Teaching Assistants 

Myers, Amanda (2010-04-23)
Graduate teaching assistants are common fixtures on college campuses, and their roles encompass a wide range of duties, including supervising labs, working alongside mentors, and teaching a variety of beginner courses to ...

Individual Mental Health and Couple Functioning: Exploring Changes among Couple Relationship Education Participant Outcomes 

Cooper, Erin (2018-07-20)
The current study uses a randomized control trial design to test the efficacy of two couple relationship education (CRE) programs in a diverse sample of 722 couples. Taking theoretical assumptions from Hammen’s (1991) ...