This collection includes Honors in the Major (undergraduate) Theses completed in the College of Engineering and Computer Science. Records for print-only, retrospectively scanned, and electronic works are included—digital copies are included where available.

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Theses/Dissertations from 1997

Predicting software effort for a new project using data from a casebase of previously completed projects, Wai Lun Chan

Substrate noise coupling in a complex mixed signal integrated circuit, Kelly Lawrence Davis

Finite Element Analysis and Active Vibration Control of a Cantilevered Beam, Daniel Negvesky

Controller synthesis for performance stabilization of unstable, uncertain plants, John D. N. Palmos

Predictive modeling of a management information system, Leah M. Reeves

Theses/Dissertations from 1996

Design and implementation of a high efficiency power supply for use with a high power audio amplifier, Roy Harris

Overcoming language communication barriers in the emergency room using erca-emergency room communications aid, Meredith Harper Moody

The design and construction of an anechoic chamber for automated antenna measurements, Sean Christopher Ortiz

Definition of operating guidelines for nitrification from historical operations records, Stephen Romano

Spectral interferometry for measuring dispersion in femtosecond diode lasers optics, Aubier Augusto Torres

Theses/Dissertations from 1995

Modeling of cod and bod at full-scale conventional and leachate recirculating landfills, Deema Addasi

Design and implementationa of a stereo graphic equalizer using real time digital signal processing, Sean David Erickson

Design of the tripod polishing machine, Mohamad Brimo Haek

Investigation of losses in pulse width modulation converters, Danny S. Tawil

Design, fabrication, and analysis of a BJT common emitter amplifier on a silicon substrate, John D. Whitney

Theses/Dissertations from 1994

Simulation of a family of DC-to-DC power supplies, Debra Ann Kemnitz Beatty

Acquisition and analysis of human brainwaves, Thomas Ray Burns

Development of a methodology to validate large expert systems: structured based validation versus input-output validation, Cesar R. Penafiel

Theses/Dissertations from 1993

Design, implementation, testing, and documentation of employee processing/tracking system, Justin Edward Cardell

An AI performance benchmark for the ncube 2, Kirk Carter

Analysis and design of a flexible structure for benchmaking robust controllers, Diana C. Castellanos

Noise analysis for analog amplifiers, Anthony G. Klele

Steady state analysis of resonant converters, Henry Q. Nguyen

Theoretical Analysis of Avalanche Breakdown in Heterojunction Light Amplifying Optical Switches, Brian Smith

Theses/Dissertations from 1992

A monolithic bipolar junction transistor amplifier in the common emitter configuration, Jeanne M.B. Gallagher

Theses/Dissertations from 1991

The analysis and design of a costas phase locked loop for the acquisition of carrier phase of suppressed carrier communication systems, William J. Burmeister