Publicly releasable NPS Theses, Dissertations, MBA Professional Reports, Joint Applied Projects, Systems Engineering Project Reports, Capstone Projects and other NPS degree-earning written works.

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  • Older (pre-2001) publications were scanned for the best possible quality from print originals.
  • Documents are presented as accurately as the source originals permit.
  • Optical character recognition (OCR) software may transcribe text with errors, especially for hand-lettering or unusual fonts.
  • The original photo-quality .jp2 files for older scanned items are available from Internet Archive. Access the link in the full item record, when available, under dc.description.uri.

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  • Documents and related supplementary materials are presented together as received, in individual records.
  • Documents from 2001+ are presented as provided by the authors, in .pdf format.These documents are approved for publication by signature via the NPS Thesis Release form on file with the Thesis Processing Office.
  • Controlled Unclassified documents 2001-present are in our Restricted Collection. Access limited to U.S. military or government employees/contractors with a current NPS account.
  • Copyright information for NPS student authors.

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