Browsing Master's Theses (Fall 2009 to Present) by Title

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  • Patra, Sanjeev (University of Delaware, 2013)
    Proteins play a key role in every biological process. Moreover, they localize to specific compartments or organelles within the cell. Knowledge of the subcellular location of proteins can help elucidate their ...
  • Rebmann, Emily K. (University of Delaware, 2015)
    This thesis investigates the dearth of scholarship on the subject of American men's jewelry from the time of the Civil War. It is framed by a broad inquiry into the larger cultural history of men's jewelry and anchored by ...
  • Brincat, Lauren Holly (University of Delaware, 2014)
    Seeking greater opportunity and religious toleration, a group of New Englanders migrated to Dutch western Long Island. In 1645 they were granted a patent for the town of Flushing. Located on the periphery of New Netherland, ...
  • Paylor, Sarah (University of Delaware, 2010)
    Psychology has always been concerned with its status as a scientific discipline. This concern was among the factors motivating John Watson (1878 – 1958) to found behaviorism as a replacement for the introspective studies ...
  • Schmoyer, Christopher (University of Delaware, 2011)
    Cardiovascular diseases, including myocardial infarction, are the leading cause of death in the western world. While great strides have been made in understanding the pathophysiology and treatment of myocardial infarction, ...
  • Wu, Haocheng (University of Delaware, 2017)
    The retro-Michael addition and thiol exchange of thioether succinimide click linkages in response to thiol-containing environments offers a novel and well-established strategy for the design of glutathione-sensitive ...
  • Morgan, Lan (University of Delaware, 2017)
    Obscured by a lack of information and over a century of misattribution, the work of American portraitist James Earl (1761-1796) has largely escaped scholarly interest. Despite Earl’s oeuvre of illustrious patrons in London, ...
  • Collado Gonzalez, Antonio Gines (University of Delaware, 2017)
    The book of poetry entitled Blanco, written by Octavio Paz during his trip to India in the 60s represents a union of poetic traditions, most of them from Eastern Cultures. As a result, Blanco represents the reconstruction ...
  • Speck, Samantha E. (University of Delaware, 2018)
    Kennett Square, located in Southeastern Pennsylvania, is the self-declared ‘Mushroom Capital of the World.’ More than half of U.S. mushrooms are grown in the area, making it the largest cash crop in the commonwealth. Though ...
  • Suriano, Zachary J. (University of Delaware, 2014)
    In this study, an analysis of simulated lake-induced snowfall from 2006-2100 is conducted, investigating the presence of a lake-induced snowfall signal to the lee of Lakes Erie and Ontario. Output from seven fully coupled ...
  • Rabe, Tyler (University of Delaware, 2013)
    Extreme winds and complex wave field, which vary in space and time, drive upper ocean turbulence in tropical cyclone conditions. Motivated by Lagrangian float observations of mixed layer averaged (i.e. bulk) vertical ...
  • Fairchild, Sarah Caoilfhionn (University of Delaware, 2017)
    People tend to treat like-labeled objects as belonging to the same category. An open question is whether the use of labels in categorization varies across individuals due to differences in language experience, linguistic ...
  • Correa-Pugliese, Claudia (University of Delaware, 2013)
    Traditional spectral imaging techniques scan the whole region of interest to obtain a three dimensional set that contains the spatial and spectral information of the scene. In contrast, compressive spectral imaging systems ...
  • Greene, Mecheal (University of Delaware, 2018)
    In this research, we scanned the top 30,000 Alexa web pages to nd out how many web pages are using captcha systems. Our other goal was to classify the captcha types and evaluate the known captchas to determine if they ...
  • Lee, Eunmi (University of Delaware, 2017)
    Globalization and outsourcing trends in the textile and apparel industry have resulted in the migration of manufacturing facilities to less developed countries. Geographically dispersed and complex supply chains in the ...
  • Min, Haoda (University of Delaware, 2016)
    The lattice-Boltzmann method (LBM) is a mesoscopic computational scheme which solves the hydrodynamic (continuum) flow by using a set of discrete particle (or model molecular) velocities. The continuum flow evolution such ...
  • Steele, Kayla (University of Delaware, 2012)
    This study explores political humor’s role in combating the effects of televised fear appeals. While late-night political humor grows in popularity, so does the usage of political fear appeals. Although recent research has ...
  • Fotouhi, Pouya (University of Delaware, 2017)
    New high-performance processors tend to shift from multi to many cores. More- over, shared memory has turned to dominant paradigm for mainstream multicore pro- cessors. As memory wall issue loomed over architecture design, ...
  • Reyes, Alyssa (University of Delaware, 2013)
    Context: Assessing learning styles of athletic training (AT) students may assist educators in enhancing their student’s educational experience. Objective: To identify learning styles of undergraduate AT students and determine ...
  • Ma, Xiao (University of Delaware, 2017)
    A new compressive spectral temporal imaging system is proposed to obtain a four dimensional (4D) spectral and temporal image cube. A multi-spectral Light-Emitting Diode (LED) array is applied for target illumination and ...

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