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Rethinking Otherness in the Age of Neoliberalism: 9th Annual ASPECT Graduate Conference
(Virginia Tech, 2019-03-21)
The ASPECT graduate conference program includes a schedule of events for the annual conference held March 21-23, 2019, in Squires Student Center, Newman Library, and Torgersen Hall.
Big Data Text Summarization: Using Deep Learning to Summarize Theses and Dissertations
(Virginia Tech, 2018-12-05)
Team 16 in the fall 2018 course "CS 4984/5984 Big Data Text Summarization," in partnership with the University Libraries and the Digital Library Research Laboratory, prepared a corpus of electronic theses and dissertations ...
The Death of Neoliberal Realism?
Solr Project with IDEAL, in CS5604 (Information Storage and Retrieval)
This submission describes the work of the Solr team as part of the IDEAL project with the main goal of designing and developing a distributed search infrastructure. It includes the project reports, final presentations, as ...
Undergraduate Research Summer Symposium 2020
(Virginia Tech. Office of Undergraduate Research, 2020-07-30)
An abstract book for the undergraduate research conference held virtually on July 30, 2020.
Darrell Sheppard, Police Patrol Sergeant, Virginia Tech
Oral histories of people living or working in Montgomery, County Virginia, were conducted by students of Dr. Emily Satterwhite's HUM 2504 Introduction to American Studies class from 2006 to 2011. Each submission contains ...
Investigation of steam reformation of natural gas for the very small scale production of hydrogen fuel for light duty vehicles in appliance-type refueling systems
(Virginia Tech, 1997-05-05)
<p>Fuel cell propulsion systems fueled directly with hydrogen are being seriously considered as a means of powering future light-duty vehicles. One of the greatest impediments to the introduction of such vehicles is the ...
RATM: Requirements analyzer and traceability manager
(Virginia Tech, 1992-04-05)
<p>To fill the need for automated assistance during the system engineering process, a prototype computer-aided tool emphasizing requirements analysis and traceability management is designed and developed. An object-oriented ...
Computer software to calculate the systematic coordinate differences between two geodetic datums
(Virginia Tech, 1990-12-03)
The high degree of accuracy now found using GPS observation techniques has led to worldwide acceptance of the geocentric datums, specifically the WGS84 datum as the mainstay for referencing in the geodetic community. ...
A systems view of the nuclear waste dilemma
(Virginia Tech, 1991-04-18)
The nuclear waste problem is defined and analyzed from a systems engineering viewpoint. Problem magnitude and systems context are discussed. Requirements for a waste repository are presented and the current progress of ...