Theses, Dissertations, and Graduate Research


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  • Vazquez-Salazar, Angel (2020-08-13)
    With over 20 billion internet of things (IoT) devices connected today, having the possibility to implement a low-cost security camera is now an option. Camera vendors can provide software to enable remote viewing anywhere ...
  • Chambers, Charles; Breaux, Ashley (2020-08-12)
    OneSource Distributors is a company of Sonepar that has a focus on electrical and industrial distribution with locations spanning across multiple states. In the next 3 to 4 years, OneSource is suggesting growth of approximately ...
  • De La Cruz, Isaac (2020-08-12)
    Introduction: Physiological responses to exercise and anthropometric characteristics effect on performance have been well studied but have not been found to be a predictor of performance (i.e. time or reps) in CrossFit. ...
  • Sunder Rajkumar, Shruti (2020-08-12)
    The term curli is used to define cell surface organelles that are present on Gram-negative bacteria such as E. coli and Salmonella. These organelles are hair-like filaments comprised of protein. The curli facilitate functions ...
  • Limonta, Crystal (2020-08-12)
    Compassion fatigue resulting from a poor nurse-patient relationship is a common problem that develops in Emergency Department (ED) nurses (RNs) due to the often stressful, unpredictable, and potentially violent environment ...