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A Data-Driven Lithium-Ion Concentration Estimator for Electrode Solid Phase in Battery Models. 

Cai, Le (2023-08-09)  ETD File Embargoed
This thesis introduces a data-driven approach for lithium-ion concentration estimation in battery cells, leveraging a deep learning model based on Long Short-Term Memory (LSTM) networks. As lithium-ion batteries gain ...

Data-driven semiconducting nanomaterials design for energy applications 

Choi, Yeseul (2022-08-04)  ETD File Embargoed
Silicon nitrides and hydrogenated silicon nitrides attract widespread scientific interest across multiple application fields due to their superior combination of optical, mechanical, thermal and optoelectronic properties. ...

Data-Driven Systems Engineering Techniques for Advanced Manufacturing 

Suthar, Kerul (2021-07-19)
This dissertation presents research performed in the area of data-driven systems engineering to address some challenges of existing sensing and modeling technologies when applied in the emerging field of advanced manufacturing. ...

A Data-Mining Framework for Uncertainty Analysis in Pipeline Erosion Modeling 

Dai, Wei (2018-07-24)
The transport of solids in multiphase flows is common practice in energy industries due to the unavoidable extraction of solids from oil and gas bearing reservoirs either from onshore or offshore sites. The safe and efficient ...

Database Indexing for Skyline Computation, Hierarchical Relational Database, and Spatially-Aware SPARQL Evaluation Engine 

Wang, Chih-Jye (2015-12-10)
Computerized databases are ubiquitous and play an important role in many software projects. The efficiency of these systems are crucial in applications they support. Data indexing is the key to efficient data retrieval in ...

Daughter-to-Father Attachment, Daughter-to-Mother Attachment and Emotion Regulation in College Females 

Pearce, Courtney (2009-07-15)
Attachment theory (Bowlby, 1982/1969, 1973) and its relation to affect regulation has become an important area of research over the last several decades. This area of research is important due to the fact that fathers are ...

Dauphin Island Birders: An examination of specialization, place attachment, satisfaction, and amenity migration 

Williams, Brent (2012-08-02)
Dauphin Island is a small barrier island off the coast of Alabama. The island sets in a major migratory flyway and annually hundreds of species descend upon the island during the spring and fall migrations. This has caused ...

David Schenck and the Contours of a Confederate Identity 

Steward, Rodney (2007-08-15)
The purpose of this dissertation is twofold. First, it serves to shed light on the life of North Carolinian David Schenck (1835-1902), whose extensive diaries have been a wellspring of information for historians for ...

DC Parametric Test and IDDQ Test Using Advantest T2000 ATE 

Ding, Jialin (2015-07-24)
For purpose of improving quality of devices before shipping to customers, VLSI testing methods have been developed to detect defective devices effectively by using automatic test equipment (ATE). To test a chip properly, ...

Dead Reckoning in a Desktop Virtual Environment 

Bodily, Kent (2008-05-15)
Dead reckoning, knowing where one is in relation to a particular location without reference to external landmarks, is a widely cited phenomenon that has been observed in a wide variety of animals. A common test for dead ...

Deadland: A Cemetery Design in Columbus Georgia 

Hines, Maria (2014-05-02)
Cemeteries are sacred spaces that have the ability to evoke awareness, fear, awe, reverence, memory and other high emotions that transcend the spatial. When one thinks about a cemetery, it is often a mystifying space ...

The Debate between Federal and State Agencies on Recreational Red Snapper Fisheries Management in the Gulf of Mexico 

Zhang, Ran (2015-07-27)
Red snapper is a pelagic species and one of the most popular recreational species in the GOM (Gulf of Mexico). The population of red snapper in the GOM has been in an overfished condition since 1988. In recent years, the ...

Decadencia, desigualdad y degeneración: El Madrid médico-social en La prostituta de López Bago 

Hidalgo Sánchez, Sandra (2015-11-18)
La Prostituta (1884) es una novela médico social de Eduardo López Bago que nos presenta, sin tapujos, el Madrid de finales del siglo XIX. Los males de la época son introducidos a través de la crítica anticlerical y por ...

Decentralized Collaborative Navigation in Limited Observability Environments with Low Earth Orbit Satellite Signals of Opportunity between Aerial and Ground Vehicles 

Moomaw, Christian (2023-07-28)
A decentralized collaborative navigation algorithm known as inverse covariance intersection (ICI) is studied in the context of a group of vehicles navigating using opportunistic Doppler measurements. Signals of opportunity ...

Deception of Phishing: Studying the Techniques of Social Engineering by Analyzing Modern-day Phishing Attacks on Universities. 

Walker, Lauren Elizabeth (2016-05-05)
Techniques applying manipulation, persuasion, and influence have been used for centuries to conduct malicious acts of crime against others. Social engineering is the act of using various manipulation techniques to get other ...

Decision Making Consequences of the Paradoxical Flip 

Lester, Houston (2010-07-19)
The hard-easy manipulation (i.e., manipulation of item difficulty) has been used to demonstrate that participants are sometimes overconfident while believing they are worse than average. This finding is often referred to ...

Decision Making Models for Power Systems Operations Under Uncertainty 

Olivos Matus, Carlos (2023-08-02)  ETD File Embargoed
As the power grids worldwide transition from fossil fuel-based power plants to an era dominated by renewable energy sources (RESs), new operational challenges and uncertainties emerge, particularly for Independent System ...

Decision Models for a Two-Stage Supply Chain Planning under Uncertainty with Time-sensitive Shortages and Real Option Approach 

Lee, Hwansik (2010-03-23)
The primary objective of this research is to develop analytical models for typical supply chain situations to help inventory decision-makers. We also derive closed form solutions for each model and reveal several ...

A decision support system for biorefinery location and logistics 

Sukumaran, Sujith (2009-05-01)
The use of forest biomass, a renewable resource, as a source of fuels or chemicals is hindered by logistics. Economic success of the bioenergy concepts and their products may also depend on the solution to the logistics ...

A Decision Support Tool: Integrating Wildlife Occupancy Models with Stand Projections 

Tacconelli, Michelle F. (2011-08-16)
With the increase in consumptive trends of wood products there is greater push for ecosystem management. Ecosystem management is a process that aims to conserve major ecological services and restore natural resources while ...