A Sampling of NPS Theses & Research Reports: China 2009-2019
Marlatt, Greta E.
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This document presents a sampling of unclassified, unlimited distribution (public release) NPS student theses and dissertations and NPS faculty research reports and articles produced between 2009 and 2019. These citations were collated from Calhoun, the Dudley Knox Library’s publicly accessible institutional archive (https://calhoun.nps.edu/public/) using the following search strategies and article indexes: Theses: (China OR Chinese OR Sino OR “People’s Republic of China” OR PRC OR PLA OR Taiwan) limited to the title or abstract Reports (Technical Reports): (China OR Chinese OR Sino OR“People’s Republic of China” OR PRC OR PLA OR Taiwan)) limited to the title or abstract Unless otherwise noted, all theses were largely done through the National Security Affairs department.
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Ceylan, Oktay. (Monterey, California: Naval Postgraduate School, 1999-12);Present Compressive Receiver implementations are limited due to their analog implementation and the necessity for digital processing of the serial output data. Previous research has shown that a stepped-frequency digital ...
Patterns in conflict: an historical analysis of PRC crisis/conflict management based on Chinese perceptions of sovereignty and national strategic frontiers McPherson, Darren G. (Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 1998-12);Primarily based on Chinese perceptions of sovereignty and their national strategic frontiers, this study attempts to discern patterns in PRC uses of force to attain foreign policy objectives. Both concepts are instrumental ...
Ramirez, Phillip M. (Monterey, CA; Naval Postgraduate School, 2019-06);In March 2018, the Chinese National People’s Congress voted to abolish presidential term limits, paving the way for Chinese President Xi Jinping to rule the country indefinitely. This decision was but one part of a broader ...