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On demand feeding and the response of Pacific white shrimp (Litopenaeus vannamei) to varying dietary protein levels in semi-intensive pond production. 

Strebel, Leila (2022-11-29)
Feed is one of the primary costs associated with commercial production of Pacific white shrimp (Litopenaus vannamei). The cost is the combined outcome of feed cost and feed management. As feeding technology evolves, ...

On Frobenius numbers in three variables 

Trimm, Janet (2006-08-15)
Given a set of relatively prime positive integers $\{a_1,a_2,\ldots, a_n\}$, after some point all positive integers are representable as a linear combination of the set with nonnegative coefficients. Which integer is the ...

On Functional Sure Independence Screening (fSIS) and Dynamic Spectral Featuring Extraction for Neuroscience Data 

Yuan, Yuan (2021-12-07)  ETD File Embargoed
This dissertation is composed of two parts. The first part introduces a methodology for high-dimensional functional variable screening and selection--the functional sure independent screening (fSIS). The fSIS method is an ...

On Galvin's Theorem and Stable Matchings 

Blumenthal, Adam (2016-08-05)
In this thesis, we will discuss list edge coloring and its relation to stable matchings. In particular, we will present three proofs of Galvin's famous theorem that bipartite graphs satisfy the list edge coloring conjecture. ...

On Inverse Limits of Metric Spaces 

Ozbolt, Joseph (2017-07-22)
Inverse limit spaces have been a topic studied in various fields of mathematics such as Algebra, Measure Theory, and Topology. Here, we present a theorem that can be summarized as a game in which a given compact metric ...

On Island Time: A place-based identity in Dauphin Island, Alabama 

Reeves, Holly Rachael (2012-08-16)
Dauphin Island, Alabama is a small barrier island to the south of Mobile and Mobile Bay. All along the Gulf Coast are popular tourist attractions at places like Gulf Shores and New Orleans. My thesis research will look at ...

On joint reconstruction of spin density, R2* decay and off-resonance frequency maps through a single-shot or multi-shot acquisition in magnetic resonance imaging 

Hu, Chenxi (2015-07-28)
Joint reconstruction of $R_2^*$ and off-resonance frequency maps is very important in many MR applications. For example, $R_2^*$ quantification can be applied to BOLD functional MRI, iron deposition measurement, and early ...

On Multiantenna Spectrum Sensing and Energy-Aware Resource Allocation in Cognitive Radio Networks 

Huang, Guangjie (2013-05-06)
This dissertation covers two main parts: 1) low complexity cyclostationarity based spectrum sensing in cognitive radio, and 2) energy efficient resource allocation in cognitive radio networks. Cognitive radio allows ...

On O-Basis Groups and Generalizations 

Ervin, Jason (2007-08-15)
A class of finite groups which we call o-basis groups is generalized and explored. One reason for interest in these groups lies with the concept's origins. The notion of o-basis group arose from the study of the existence, ...

On optimal pooling of renewable energy sources through risk-averse portfolio optimization methods 

Han, Chanok (2022-02-17)
This dissertation investigates approaches to achieve optimal pooling of renewable energy sources through risk-averse portfolio optimization methods. The first chapter aims at evaluating the potential for an approach targeted ...

On Planar Embeddings of the Knaster V Lambda-Continuum 

Ozbolt, Joseph (2020-07-21)
A\v nusi\'c, Bruin, and \v Cin\v c have asked in \cite{Anusic2} which hereditarily decomposable chainable continua (HDCC) have uncountably many mutually inequivalent planar embeddings. It was noted, as per the embedding ...

On Secure Media Streaming with Path Diversity in MANETs 

Chen, Lei (2007-08-15)
To provide reliable and secure media streaming is quite challenging in the environment of Mobile Ad Hoc Networks (MANETs) in which wireless signals are exposed in air and the quality of media streaming is degraded by ...

On the Adversarial Robustness of Machine Learning Models on Multi-Graph Scenarios 

Zhang, Zijie (2023-07-27)
In this work, we study the the task of graph matching under several scenarios in an adversarial context. Despite achieving remarkable performance, deep learning based graph matching still suffers from harassment caused by ...

On the Classification of Intermediate Range Missiles During Launch 

Eckert, Jordan (2020-05-13)
This thesis explores the comparisons and contrasts of different statistical method approaches to a missile system classification which is sufficiently rapid to be suitable for use during engagement. It is meant to extend ...

On the Conjugacy Theorems of Cartan and Borel Subalgebras 

Thompson, Mary Clair (2010-04-09)
We study the conjugacy theorems of Cartan subalgebras and Borel subalgebras of general Lie algebras. We present a history of the problem, along with two proofs of the theorems which stay completely within the realm of ...

On the Countable Dense Homogeneity of Euclidean Spaces 

Gay, Randall (2015-04-20)
A countable dense homogeneous space, in a general sense, is a topological space in which any two countable dense subsets of the space are "dispersed" the same way. In this thesis, we will show that some very well-known ...

On the derivation algebras of parabolic Lie algebras with applications to zero product determined algebras 

Brice, Daniel (2014-07-11)
This dissertation builds upon and extends previous work completed by the author and his advisor in [5]. A Lie algebra g is said to be zero product determined if for each bilinear map φ: g × g → V that satisfies φ(x, y) = ...

On the Design, Synthesis, and Radiation Effect Prevention of a 6U Deep Space CubeSat 

Halvorson, Michael (2020-11-24)
The Alabama Space Grant Consortium initiated a workforce development program across seven universities to build a 6U CubeSat with an astrophysics payload. The science mission, an investigation on the efficacy of augmented ...

On the development of a Neural Radiance Field technique for tomographic reconstruction applied to flow diagnostics 

Kelly, Dustin (2024-04-25)
In this work, a novel neural implicit representation tomography algorithm based on Neural Radiance Fields is developed and demonstrated for 3D flow diagnostics. Neural Radiance Fields (NeRF) originate from the computer ...

On the Development of a Volumetric Velocimetry Technique using Multiple Plenoptic Cameras 

Fahringer, Timothy Jr (2018-08-29)
Plenoptic PIV was recently introduced as a viable three-dimensional, three-component velocimetry technique based on light field cameras. One of the main benefits of this technique is its single camera configuration allowing ...