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    • j u x t a p o s e d: A Revelatory Appraoch to Reconcile Past and Present 

      Dawson, Michele Renee (Virginia Tech, 2005-04-28)
      Carlo Scarpa, Italian architect, designer, painter, had a vision of a deliberate juxtaposition of the presence of the past against the backdrop of the present. Such are the conditions that describe various palimpsests, ...
    • Jacobean secretary: the political career of Sir Ralph Winwood (1563-1617) 

      McAllister, Charles Maffitt (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 1978)
      Sir Ralph Winwood was a Jacobean politician who served the crown in several major capacities. Educated at Oxford, he was the English diplomatic agent at Paris and The Hague for fifteen years before his appointment as ...
    • The Jalopy Hymnal 

      Kenagy, Robert Franklin (Virginia Tech, 2012-04-23)
      The Jalopy Hymnal is a collection of poems that explore and confront what it means to be human and navigate life. In their exploration, these poems find comfort in the broken, honest, and vulnerable spaces we encounter ...
    • James Alexander Walker: a biography 

      Campbell, Edward Christian (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 1972)
      James Alexander was born on August 21, 1832. Raised in Augusta County, Virginia, he was an active youth. In 1848, he entered the Virginia Military Institute. Though a fine student, in 1852, he was dismissed for his poor ...
    • James Breckinridge 

      McNulty, Katherine Kennedy (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 1970)
      James Breckinridge, frontier aristocrat, was active in the Virginia House of Delegates during the formation of the United States under the new Constitution. He was a member of Congress from 1809-1817, a time when the young ...
    • James Hogg's Ambiguously Justified Sinner 

      Dobbs, Joshua D. (Virginia Tech, 2016-06-27)
      This thesis explores Hogg's interpretation of indeterminacy both throughout his career and in Justified Sinner, especially in the character Gil-Martin. Hogg seems to reject the tradition of choosing one side over another ...
    • James Mill and Dugald Stewart on Mind and Education 

      Murphree, David Wayne (Virginia Tech, 2014-04-23)
      Late 18th Britain was experiencing the beginnings of social unrest fueled in part by the American and French Revolutions. The established two class social system was being challenged by the emergence of a middle class ...
    • The James River Nature Center: A Study of Context and Concept 

      Richards, Bradley Vincent (Virginia Tech, 1999-07-15)
      Contextually, each program has a set of inherent issues, stemming from physical, social and historical conditions. This context can be helpful, if not essential, in developing the architectural questions that lead to a ...
    • Jan. 25 ( Story of a Girl ) 

      Ramadan, Hadeel M. (Virginia Tech, 2015-02-03)
      The work presented in this thesis explores the possibility to integrate two dimensional drawings with three dimensional animated characters in 3D computer graphics. The goal was to preserve the effects of the cartoonish ...
    • A Jane of all Trades: Janet Taylor's Contributions to Victorian Navigation 

      Putnam, Marlee Love (Virginia Tech, 2019-07-11)
      Janet Taylor made major contributions to Victorian navigational practices. She did so through creating business opportunities for herself as an educator, author, and inventor of nautical instruments.
    • Japan's Security Decisions: Allison's Conceptual Models and Missile Defense Policy 

      Howell, Dennis H. (Virginia Tech, 2005-05-10)
      This research project assesses the continued utility of Allison's three policy-making models in analyzing contemporary foreign policy problems. It also explores the effect of cultural considerations on Allison's concepts ...
    • Japanese beetle Popillia japonica Newman: foliar feeding on wine grapes in Virginia 

      Boucher, T. Jude (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 1986)
      The natural infestation level for 1985 of the Japanese beetle, Popillia japonica Newman, in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia failed to reduce berry quality, yield or shoot growth in a commercial vineyard. ...
    • A JAUS Toolkit for LabVIEW, and a Series of Implementation Case Studies with Recommendations to the SAE AS-4 Standards Committee 

      Faruque, Ruel Rassan (Virginia Tech, 2006-12-08)
      The Joint Architecture for Unmanned Systems (JAUS) is an emerging SAE standard for messaging between and within unmanned systems, enhancing interoperability, code reusability, and modularity. To date, most JAUS implementations ...
    • Java Applet for Teaching Finite Element Analysis 

      Sagi Venkata Naga, Suryanarayana Raju (Virginia Tech, 2006-02-03)
      A Java applet is developed to interactively and dynamically illustrate the fundamental concepts of finite element analysis. An applet is a computer program written in the object-oriented Java programming language and is ...
    • Java Applets for Analysis of Trusses, Beams and Frames 

      Schottler, Robert (Virginia Tech, 1998-07-27)
      Java applets are developed to assist in the learning of basic structural analysis concepts. In order for these programs to be easily available over the Internet, they are written in the object-oriented Java programming ...
    • A Java-based Smart Object Model for use in Digital Learning Environments 

      Pushpagiri, Vara Prashanth (Virginia Tech, 2003-06-13)
      The last decade has seen the scope of digital library usage extend from data warehousing and other common library services to building quality collections of electronic resources and providing web-based information retrieval ...
    • Jeddah Auto Mall 

      Altahlawi, Naif (Virginia Tech, 2008-05-08)
      This Project demonstrates a constructive approach in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia where the building would be a symbol of luxury. The auto mall gives a common platform to different car makers to display their cars and address their ...
    • The Jefferson School of Alexandria, Virginia, in relation to the needs of certain slow-learning pupils 

      Smoot, Margaret Virginia (Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 1951)
    • Jellyfish Inspired Underwater Systems and Technologies 

      Smith, Colin Frederick (Virginia Tech, 2011-11-18)
      Unmanned underwater vehicles (UUVs) have long been in use but increasingly there has been a wave of biomimetic robots taking over the duties and functions of traditional vehicles. A robotic jellyfish, inspired by the ...
    • Jeremy Gilmer and the Confederate engineers 

      Rhodes, Steven B. (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 1983)
      This is a biography of Confederate Major General Jeremy Francis Gilmer. The primary emphasis of the paper is on Gilmer's career during the Civil War and his contributions to the Confederate Bureau of Engineers. Jeremy ...