The RTD (retrospective thesis or dissertation) collection contains electronic versions of theses and dissertations previously published only in print. UCF Library's RTD project includes all theses or dissertations published at UCF since the first thesis was published in 1972 through mid-2004, after which theses and dissertations were automatically digitized.

If you completed a thesis or dissertations at FTU or UCF and it is only available in print, you can help us make it available online for use by researchers around the world by following the instructions on the distribution consent form here.

For additional assistance locating theses or dissertations, please contact the Digital Collections Project Coordinator, Kerri Bottorff

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Theses/Dissertations from 1972

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Wastewater Treatment Plant Control, David Milton Knowles

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Data Management for a Police Command/Control Simulation Study, Gerald Louis LoCasale

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Suppression of Turbofan and Turbojet Engine Generated Noise, Harry David Master

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Automation in Banking, Donald P. Matteson

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Analog/Hybrid Computer Simulation Applied to Sampled-Data Control Systems, Sam Joseph Monte

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An Automated Student Advisement and Projected Course Enrollments, Brian Odell Montgomery

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The Operations Research Approach for an Effective Management Information System, Joel L. Mutzman

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Asynchronous Digital Multiplexing, Carlos F. Ojeda

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Remote Sensing of Environmental Parameters, Wendell Princeton Perkins

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A Proposed Approach to Protect Wastewater Biological Treatment Plants Against Toxic Contaminants, Joseph M. Phillips

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Interactions of Pesticides and Phytoplankton, Pamela H. Philyaw

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Analog Computer Simulation of Glomerulus Filtration in the Renal System, Earl W. Preston

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Rapid Mixing in Water and Wastewater Treatment, Randall C. Rector

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The Heat Treatment of Soil by Microwaves to Control Pathogenic Parasitic Fungi, Dean Franklin Rich

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Sinkholes in Florida and Their Effect on Man's Environment, Gregory Jackson Skinner

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Research into Modular Construction, Richard L. Tash

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Conversion and Validation of SIGART Program, a Progressive Traffic Signal Lights System Computer Model, Dennis F. Troyan

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A Survey of Simultaneous Binary Multiplication, Joseph Larry Voyer

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Improvements to Sweep Circuits to Decrease Nonlinearity, William Daniel Wallis

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Feasibility Study of a New Approach to Resolve Radar Range Bin Ambiguity, Donald Shue Yee