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A GPS L1 and Cellular 4G LTE Vector Tracking Software-Defined Receiver 

Morgan, Samuel (2023-11-17)
In this thesis, a traditional GPS L1 vector tracking receiver is augmented with cellular 4G LTE channels. The hybrid receiver can acquire and track GPS L1 and LTE signals simultaneously in an extended Kalman filter-based ...

A GPS L5 Software Defined Vector Tracking Receiver 

Givhan, Charles Anderson (2021-08-11)
As the world continues towards autonomy, the need for continuous, precise, and robust navigation is becoming increasingly important. A new wave of modernized Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) signals are currently ...

GPS Multipath Detection and Mitigation Timing Bias Techniques 

Preston, Sarah (2015-05-08)
In this thesis, timing-based methods of multipath mitigation and detection are developed. GPS pseudorange measurements are used to calculate a receiver's position and timing bias, which is a measurement of the di erence ...

GPS/INS Operation in Shadowed Environments 

Clark, Benjamin (2008-08-15)
This thesis presents the analysis techniques developed for monitoring GPS signals in harsh shadowed environments such as heavy foliage. It also details a method selected for improved performance by combining raw GPS ...

Grade 6-12 String Performers' Perceived Meaning of School and Community Youth Orchestra Experience 

King, Katherine Lanier (2014-07-29)
A key issue for string education advocates is the growth of orchestra programs in schools and communities where participants are engaged in learning and performing. There is a need to discover what is personally meaningful ...

Gradient Flows, Convexity, and Adjoint Orbits 

Liu, Xuhua (2012-06-19)
This dissertation studies some matrix results and gives their Generalizations in the context of semisimple Lie groups. The adjoint orbit is the primary object in our study. The dissertation consists of four chapters. ...

Graduate Preparation and Professional Development of Speech Language Pathology Students: A Grounded Theory Study 

Waters, Sarah (2016-05-05)
This study describes a hierarchical model developed using grounded theory analysis of clinical development of speech-language pathology graduate students. Eight female students attending Auburn University’s speech-language ...

Graduate Student Burnout and Cynicism: Examining the Effects of Student Co-Rumination and Need for Cognition 

Newport, Matthew (2020-04-14)
Life for graduate students can be challenging, as they must find some way to balance their academic demands with other areas of their lives. Attempting to find such a balance only increases the stress that graduate students ...

Graduate Students of Color at PWIs: School Belonging, Ethnic Identity and Mental Health 

Calder, Claudia (2019-07-23)
This study sought to explore the perceived sense of belonging of graduate Students of Color who attend Predominantly White Institutions (PWIs). Utilizing Baumeister & Leary’s, (1995) belongingness hypothesis as a foundation, ...

Graduate Students' Perceptions of Master Teaching 

Edge, Jon Mitchell (2019-04-09)
This study examined graduate students’ perceptions of master teaching qualities and behaviors exhibited by graduate-level faculty. The Teacher Behavior Checklist (Buskist, Sikorski, Buckley, & Saville, 2002) was administered ...

Graduate Students, Negative Perfectionism, Perceived Stress, and Disordered Eating Behaviors 

Wilson, Carmilya (2009-04-28)
Much of the literature on Disordered Eating Behaviors has examined their relationship with different risk factors. Among those factors examined have been perfectionism and stress. One form of perfectionism, Negative ...

Granular Forms of Sodium and Potassium Azide as a Nematicide for Established Turfgrasses 

Wells, Sheryl (2009-05-04)
There is a need for more user-friendly chemical tools for management of plant parasitic nematodes in both cool-and warm-season turfgrasses. SEP-100 is a stabilized liquid formulation of sodium azide and was extensively ...

Graph-Based Relative Path Estimation Using Landmarks for Long Distance Ground Vehicle Following 

Pierce, Dan (2022-12-08)
This dissertation presents a graph-based sensor fusion framework for the localization of automated ground vehicles for leader-follower path duplication. A specific focus is given to scenarios where the following distance ...

Graphene Based Nanostructured Materials for Electrochemical Energy Storage 

Kanungo, Rohit (2019-07-30)
The objective of this work is to gain fundamental insights into the reduction of graphene oxide (GO), chemical reduction induced self-assembly of graphene and assembly of novel three-dimensional graphene morphologies. It ...

Graphic Shakespeare: Understanding the Contact Zone of Shakespeare Adaptation in Graphic Narrative 

Haberstroh, Robert (2010-04-09)
This thesis investigates key features of Shakespearean graphic narratives from works produced by Classical Comics as well as Neil Gaiman’s The Sandman comic series. These graphic narratives have enjoyed both commercial ...

Gravity and Magnetic Modeling of Basement Beneath Alabama Gulf Coastal Plain 

Bajgain, Suraj (2011-08-15)
The southeastern United States has experienced two complete successions of Wilson cycles: (1) the assembly and break up of Rodinia and the opening of the Iapetus ocean; and (2) the closing of Iapetus ocean, the assembly ...

Gravity and magnetic modeling of basement beneath the Appalachian Plateau, Valley and Ridge, and Piedmont provinces, Alabama 

Singleton, Robert III (2016-07-18)
Despite the significance of regional geophysical anomalies and the economic potential of the area, central Alabama has lacked detailed crustal gravity and magnetic models. The southeastern United States has undergone at ...

Gravity Current and Air Pocket Entrapments Caused by Shear-Flow Instabilities in Rapid-Filling Pipes 

Eldayih, Yasemin (2018-11-14)
Understanding the behavior of air-water interactions in closed conduits is very important for urban water systems that are subject to rapid filling conditions, such as stormwater systems during intense rain events. Among ...

A Gravity Study of Holocene Active Structures in the Puget Lowland of Washington State 

Taylor, James (2013-04-29)
This study presents models based on existing and new gravity and magnetic data for two regions in the Puget Sound, Washington, area: the Bellingham basin and the Muckleshoot basin. The principal goals of the project are ...

Gray Triggerfish, Balistes Capriscus, Reproductive Behavior, Early Life History, and Competitive Interactions Between Red Snapper, Lutjanus campechanus, in the Northern Gulf of Mexico 

Simmons, Carrie (2008-08-15)
Gray triggerfish, Balistes capriscus, is a widely distributed species, important to both commercial and recreational fisheries. Other species of Balistidae display atypical behaviors compared to most other marine fishes ...