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    • Panel Data Analysis Of The American Recovery And Reinvestment Act 

      Sullere, Shivang (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2016-07-18)
      The proposed study seeks to evaluate the merits of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (commonly referred to as the “stimulus”) against its trifold objectives of: (a) creation of new jobs and protection of ...
    • Parameter Free Policy Shaping 

      Grover, Ishaan
      Policy Shaping is an algorithm that takes inputs as state-action-evaluation triples, that the learner obtains through interaction with a teacher. These triples are then used in combination with self exploration and a ...
    • Particle Image Velocimetry of Collapsing Toroidal Droplets 

      Berger, Eric M. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2015-08-18)
      The goal of this study is to explore the mechanism by which unstable toroidal droplets collapse inwardly. As such, particle image velocimetry methods will be employed in obtaining an experimental picture of the velocity ...
    • Passive Haptic Learning for Computer Stenography 

      Aveni, Timothy J.
      Passive haptic training can be used to teach motor skills using repeated tactile cues applied to the body. We explored the use of passive haptic training to teach participants how to produce various commonly-used phonemes ...
    • The Path to Graphene Synthesis and Applications 

      Soracco, David (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2010-05-12)
      Graphene is an amazing novel material consisting of one atomic layer of carbon in a hexagonal lattice. The crystal is incredibly versatile, exhibiting useful electrical, thermal, optical, quantum, mechanical and chemical ...
    • Penny – personal security assistant 

      Golod, Ilya
      This study presents Penny, a virtual assistant that monitors various parameters and conditions of the user’s machine and notifies them in case it senses a potential vulnerability. Penny also provides the user with ...
    • Penny, The Security Assistant 

      Gabrielyan, Davit
      In this paper, my team endeavored to assist end-users in their cybersecurity struggles by constructing a security assistant. The security assistant would unobtrusively detect vulnerabilities on the end-users machines and ...
    • PeopleMap: NLP and Visualization Tool for Mapping Out Researchers 

      Saad-Falcon, Jon
      Discovering research expertise at universities can be a difficult task. Directories routinely become outdated, and few help in visually summarizing researchers' work or supporting the exploration of shared interests among ...
    • Percolation, Electrical Conductivity, and EMI Shield Analysis of CNT Composites 

      Song, Won Sup (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2016-07-18)
      Analysis of Carbon Nano-Tube (CNT) filled polymer composites is the focus of this work. CNT composites have far-reaching applications ranging from being applied in electronics as conductive polymer thin-films, in light ...
    • Performance Information Sharing Middleware 

      Reiss, Charles (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008-05-05)
      This thesis presents a design for distributed monitoring system designed to enable monitoring-informed optimizationsin distributed applications. Microbenchmarks and an evaluation in a scientific-computing scenario are ...
    • Performance of dynamic decoupling control sequences on trapped ⁴⁰Ca⁺ 

      Wright, Kenneth Earl (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2010-05-12)
      One of the fundamental problems of chemistry is the difficulty in determining full quantum mechanical descriptions of molecules. Molecules contain many degrees of freedom and as a result the classical description scales ...
    • Personalized Lifelong Learning from Demonstration 

      Jayanthi, Sravan V.
      Learning from Demonstration (LfD) approaches empower end-users to teach robots novel tasks via demonstrations of the desired behaviors, democratizing access to robotics. A key challenge in LfD research is that users tend ...
    • Physical engagement in nursery rhyming games in oral, print, and digital mediums: Data matrix 

      Patel, Griva (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2014-05-02)
      The first children’s video game called Mixed up Mother Goose was created by Roberta Williams in 1987. This game was created for a desktop. Today, many children’s games exist on a range of digital platforms. While these ...
    • Physical Removal of Ablated Aluminum with Titanium Scraper 

      Gyorfi, Tibor John
      A railgun is a high velocity launcher which relies on the Lorenz force to accelerate projectiles commonly made of aluminum. When a railgun is fired, the large current required to accelerate the projectile to high speeds ...
    • Pipeline for Assisting Diagnosis of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder via Automated Method for Classifying Repetitive Behaviors 

      Sun, Jimin
      We present automated methods to collect and provide motion data via sensors that can be used to assist the clinical decision-making process when diagnosing autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in children. The current limitation ...
    • Platelet Adhesion and Mechanosensing on Collagen Coated Substrates 

      Kee, Matthew (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2015-08-18)
      Platelets play a critical role in maintaining homeostasis of the body. In order to protect the body from significant injury, platelets adhere to the vascular wall preventing critical vascular system failure. When the ...
    • Podium: Ranking Data Using Mixed-Initiative Visual Analytics 

      Kalidindi, Bharath V
      Ranking points of data is utilized in everyday decision making, and multi-attribute ranking systems are a tool used to facilitate the ranking process and help make these data-driven decisions. These systems ask users to ...
    • Point Cloud Scene Completion of Obstructed Building Facades with Generative Adversarial Inpainting 

      Kahoush, Mark
      Collecting 3D point cloud data of buildings is important for many applications such as urban mapping, renovation, preservation, and energy simulation. However, laser-scanned point clouds are often difficult to analyze, ...
    • Polynomial Approximation of the Boys Function Optimized for High Performance Computing 

      Brzycki, Cory A. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2016-07-18)
      This study provides a method for finding a polynomial approximation of the Boys Function on a given arbitrary domain to a given arbitrary degree. Such an approximation would allow computer conducted that involves the Boys ...
    • Porous Matrimid Support Membranes for Organic Solvent Separations 

      Moschella, Emily S.
      Porous Matrimid® polymeric membranes were developed as supports for thin film composites (TFCs) of dense, selective polymers to target organic solvent separations. Selective polymers form dense membranes and must be thinly ...