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    • S+M=L 

      Nossen-Johnson, Patricia Sabina (Virginia Tech, 2004-06-17)
      Order in design, whether in music or a building comes from bringing together parts to make a whole. These parts can have an autonomous existence separately and combine to formulate a different event collectively. This ...
    • S-parameter modeling of two-port devices using a single, memoryless nonlinearity 

      Ditz, Marc William Legori (Virginia Tech, 1992-12-05)
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    • S-wave velocity structure beneath the Kaapvaal Craton from surface-wave inversions compared with estimates from mantle xenoliths 

      Larson, Angela Marie (Virginia Tech, 2004-07-16)
      Results from two-station surface-wave inversions across the Archean Kaapvaal craton of southern Africa are compared with seismic velocities estimated from approximately 100 mantle xenoliths brought to the surface in ...
    • S. John Davis: a thematic history of public education in Virginia as interpreted through the professional career of the sixteenth superintendent of public instruction 

      Winters, Marvin E. (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 1995)
      S. John Davis served as superintendent of public instruction for the Commonwealth of Virginia from 1979 to 1990. Dr. Davis worked for three governors--John N. Dalton, Charles S. Robb, and Gerald L. Baliles. His tenure in ...
    • Sacred + Profane 

      Gonzalez, Liliana Maribel (Virginia Tech, 2011-05-04)
      In Iztapalapa, south of the Yuhualixqui volcano, lies an informal settlement of an estimated 2600 people. Informal settlements have with them the connotation of quick, temporary, unthoughful architecture that dissolves ...
    • Sacred Groves in Burial Grounds 

      Geng, Bowen (Virginia Tech, 2019-12-19)
      The thesis starts with the study of a Miao village in China, which is known as the center of the Miao culture. In Miao settlement landscape history, there is one feature that can be found in many cultures. The Fengshui ...
    • Sacred Space 

      Kaufman, Bradley Richard (Virginia Tech, 2017-02-25)
      This thesis is an exploration of the historical, societal, and individual as well as material factors that contribute to the constructing of space, and in particular, sacred space. With the idea that the making of sacred ...
    • Sacred Space - Journey and Change 

      Gaiser, Sebastian (Virginia Tech, 2005-12-14)
      Religion developed out of myths. Myths developed independently in different places of the world. It seems that people have the wish to explain themselves what they perceive. Our psychological setting make us journey within ...
    • Sacred Threshold: An Examination of the Threshold in a Catholic Church for Hispanic Immigrants 

      Gonzaga, Paul Vincent (Virginia Tech, 1998-05-01)
      The Book of Exodus in the Old Testament recounts the liberation and salvation of an oppressed people and their subsequent journey to and arrival at the Promised Land. In the Christian Church, this journey continues in the ...
    • The sacred way 

      Spencer, Edward G. S. (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 1994)
      The real task of architecture begins once functional and behavioral needs have been satisfied. Its essence is to give poetic form to the pragmatic. My work is only interested in the discovery, not the recovery of ideas; ...
    • Saddlepoint Approximation for Calculating Performance of Spectrum-Sliced WDM Systems 

      Teotia, Seemant (Virginia Tech, 1999-07-12)
      Spectrum slicing is a novel technique for the implementation of wavelength-division multiplexing (WDM). While conventional WDM systems employ laser diodes operating at discrete wavelengths as carriers for the different ...
    • Safe behavior in the workplace: assessing the effects of a feedback and thank you program 

      Snell, Kathrine Leigh (Virginia Tech, 1993)
      The present field study investigated the application of an applied behavior analysis package (consisting of Feedback and Thank You interventions) to one department of a large manufacturing plant for the purpose of increasing ...
    • Safe Concurrent Programming and Execution 

      Pyla, Hari Krishna (Virginia Tech, 2013-03-05)
      The increasing prevalence of multi and many core processors has brought the
      issues of concurrency and parallelism to the forefront of everyday
      computing. Even for applications amenable to traditional parallelization ...
    • Safe Harbor: An Exploration in Lunar Habitation 

      Gahres, Cameron James (Virginia Tech, 2018-10-31)
      Whether it be through accident, conquest, or expedition, humanity has long held an innate desire to root itself in new environments that challenge us. The sky has proven to be no limit, the 20th century has shown that the ...
    • Safe Haven Leveling the Playing Field by Creating a Home for the Unsheltered, Homeless, Water, and Native Plants 

      Mitchell, Michelle Lynn (Virginia Tech, 2022-01-13)
      Through natural and constructed elements, landscape architects design public landscapes to engage the public in the great outdoors. While many local governments and designers actively create landscapes to keep the unsheltered ...
    • Safe Haven Orphanage and School 

      Williams, George Brian (Virginia Tech, 2016-06-30)
      Pro bono work has always appealed to me. The prospect of being able to help those less fortunate with my knowledge and skillset is uplifting and gratifying. There is something truly rewarding about taking the architectural ...
    • Safe School Building Characteristics in Virginia's Elementary Schools: Architect and Principal Perspectives 

      Trosper, Shawn T. (Virginia Tech, 2017-04-13)
      A safe school is defined as a physically and emotionally safe environment where faculty and staff, members of the community, and students perceive that they are safe. School safety is an important topic for both school ...
    • Safe Schools for Teaching and Learning: Developing a School-wide, Self-study Process 

      Mjoni-Mwale, Hasten (Virginia Tech, 2006-04-03)
      This study examined public primary school teachersâ perceptions of the factors contributing to safe school learning environments. Teachersâ perceptions and behaviors were examined to assist task force members to develop ...
    • Safe Yield for Jointly Operated Reservoir System and Examination of ENSO Impacts 

      Sachan, Amit (Virginia Tech, 2003-05-09)
      Determination of safe yield of a water source is a basic aspect of water supply planning. In this report, the safe yield is defined as the maximum constant release from a reservoir that is possible during a selected drought ...
    • The Safety and Adequacy of Galactooligosaccharides and Fructooligosaccharides in Infant Pig Formula 

      Brooks, Kayla Leanne (Virginia Tech, 2014-09-03)
      Breast milk remains the optimum vehicle to deliver high quality nutrients, including oligosaccharides, in quantities sufficient to sustain normal growth, however, it is currently unknown whether the addition of prebiotics ...