• #2017. Pulping studies. Project reports(2) 

      Peckham, John R. (Appleton, Wisconsin : the Institute,Georgia Institute of Technology, 1958)
    • #2020. Pulp evaluation by fiber length index. Project reports 

      Voelker, Milton H. (Appleton, Wisconsin : the Institute,Georgia Institute of Technology, 1958)
    • Distant Horizons: New Worlds in an Age of Discovery 

      Larson, Shane (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2014-11-18)
      Great voyages of exploration have always been driven in large part by an insatiable curiosity to know what is beyond the furthest horizon you can see. Five hundred years ago, the European exploration of the globe was a ...
    • Evaluation and automation of space habitat interior layouts 

      Simon, Matthew (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2016-01-13)
      Future human exploration missions beyond Earth vicinity will be demanding, requiring highly efficient, mass-constrained systems to reduce overall mission costs and complexity. Additionally, long duration transits in space ...
    • The Exploration and Practice of Continuing Education of China's Radio and TV Universities in the New Age 

      Meichun, Sun; Xiaoqing, Jiang (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008-05-22)
      Based on the study entitled ‘The Investigation of the Status Quo of Radio and TV University’s Continuous Education’, some experience and practice of continuous education of CCRTVU in the 21st century is presented. Some ...
    • Synchronizing exploration and exploitation: knowledge creation challenges in innovation 

      Bailey, Jennifer (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2013-11-18)
      Innovation requires an ambidextrous knowledge creation strategy, which is defined as the simultaneous pursuit of both exploration and exploitation. A temporal ambidexterity strategy is one in which an organizational unit ...
    • Time-Critical Visual Exploration of Scalably Large Data 

      Ribarsky, William; King, Davis; Gavrilovska, Ada; Van de Pol, Rogier (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1998)
      This paper discusses visualization and analysis issues as datasets grow towards very large sizes, and it develops an approach to attack them. Datasets of this size become exploration-dominant since the scientists who create ...
    • Vistas and Wall-Floor Intersection Features: Enabling Autonomous Flight in Man-made Environments 

      Ok, Kyel; Ta, Duy-Nguyen; Dellaert, Frank (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInstitute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 2012-10)
      We propose a solution toward the problem of autonomous flight and exploration in man-made indoor environments with a micro aerial vehicle (MAV), using a frontal camera, a downward-facing sonar, and an IMU. We present ...
    • Why We Explore? 

      Crocker, James H. (2015-11-18)
      We explore because exploration has been written in the human heart. The exploration of space is mankind’s greatest adventure. Today, given the social and environmental needs of the world, how can the existence of space ...