Research in the Moment
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This image was created to show what one [NPS] graduating class contributes to national security’s body of knowledge. Using the “Compilation of Thesis Abstracts” produced by NPS’ Office of the Vice President and Dean of Research, a wealth of information can be captured in just a single display — author, service, degree, theme, the relationships between them, and much more. Collectively, it is an impressive display of one quarter’s worth of discovery by a single graduating class and their respective faculty advisors. But what is perhaps most impressive of all is that this collective moment of discovery occurs not once, but every three months at the Naval Postgraduate School.
An interactive circle graph of a single quarter's student thesis research at NPS. This image demonstrates the following: 1. RELATIONS OF THE THESES 2. THESIS THEME 3. CLASSIFIED STATUS 4. DEGREE AWARDED 5. SCHOOL 6. AUTHOR(S) 7. SERVICE 8. THESIS TITLE 9. THESIS THEME
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Who's on first : unraveling the complexity of the United States' food and agricultural regulatory system in the realm of homeland security Elliott, Gary Wayne. (Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 2009-12);The food and agricultural sector received the designation of critical infrastructure important to national security after the events of September 11, 2001. With an increase of foodborne illnesses at the national level since ...
Reynolds, Valerie LaJetta (Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 1991-06);This thesis investigates some of the issues associated with single and dual-service parents in the Navy and the ability of the Navy to manage these individuals. Information from two surveys of active-duty Navy personnel, ...
Ang, Teo Hong (Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 2010-12);The objective of this thesis is to investigate a Wideband Leakage Cancellation Circuit (WLCC) to facilitate potential improvement of range resolution in single antenna Frequency Modulated Continuous Wave (FMCW) radar, as ...