The dissertation delas with existence and nonexistence results for a class of nonlinear elliptic systems which arise in looking for solitary waves in coupling the matter field with the electromagnetic field when the nonlinearity exhibits some critical behaviour; in particular this is the case of solitons which are in equilibrium with their own electromagnetic field. In the second part of the dissertation, the author develop a technique to characterize, in a variational framework, the ground state energy level of a large class of critical Hamiltonian elliptic systems.
Many changes have occurred in education throughout the years. However, one thing has remained constant and that is the fact that some children require extra help such as tutoring to be successful. While exploring topics for my dissertation, I found that there was very little research on the subject of tutoring students and the results it yielded. Therefore, I decided to conduct research on this topic for my dissertation.
Producing a dissertation has become a major requirement of most university courses, both undergraduate and Masters. It's likely to be the largest single piece of work you'll have to submit – and also the hardest! Writing a Dissertation For Dummies walks you through all the practical and theoretical aspects of writing a dissertation to help you produce a first-class work. This guide is ideal for any student in the broad range of the social sciences, from anthropology to law, psychology to media studies. From choosing a topic, to researching the literature, utilising your supervisor, managing your time, and structuring and writing your dissertation, you'll be able to avoid all the common mistakes and stay on top of your workload throughout the process. You'll also find tips on the best way to reference your work, and expert advice on presentation and binding. This is a must if you want to maximise your marks on your university dissertation. Writing a Dissertation For Dummies covers: Part I: What is a Dissertation? Chapter 1: So You Have to Write a Dissertation Chapter 2: Thinking About a Research Question Part II: Getting Set Up for Your Dissertation Chapter 3: The Structure of Your Dissertation Chapter 4: Getting Started Chapter 5: Finalising Your Research Question, Dissertation 'Type' And Considering Ethics Chapter 6: Reading Efficiently and Taking Useful Notes Part III: Getting On With Your Research Chapter 7: Researching in Libraries and the Using the Internet Chapter 8: Creating Your Own Empirical Data Chapter 9: Analysing Data And Drawing Conclusions Chapter 10: Staying on Track Part IV: Writing and Polishing Chapter 11: Managing Your Argument: 'Writing Up' Your Non-Empirical Dissertation Chapter 12: Writing Up Your Empirical Dissertation Chapter 13: Writing Effectively Chapter 14: References, Bibliographies and Appendices Chapter 15: Sorting Out The Presentation of Your Dissertation Part V: Managing The Overall Experience Chapter 16: Your Work Habits Chapter 17: Looking After Yourself Physically and Emotionally Chapter 18: Ten Common Dissertation Pitfalls to Avoid Chapter 19: Ten Essential Tips For Completing Your Dissertation Chapter 20: Ten Items For Your Very Final Checklist
The book reflects the results of studies of resource saving management processes in agricultural production, conducted by the author in 2011-2015. The research results were used when writing his doctoral dissertation in economics. They can also be used by students, undergraduates, graduate students, researchers in the field of economics and management in the agricultural sector. Studies have been tested at international conferences, has 108 publications.
Writing a dissertation/thesis is a complicated process. This book serves to help novice researchers to complete this task, ranging from the title, introduction, literature review, methodology, result and discussion, to summary and recommendations. The format, language, tone, and style will be discussed. Examples are given so that the researchers can follow suit. A practical and systematic guide to completing a dissertation/ thesis.
The Dissertation thesis is dedicated to elaboration of elements of mathematical software for dealing information systems realizing the procedure of forecasting models construction based on analysis of statistic properties of dynamic series. Mathematical forecasting model of stochastic dynamic series with the consideration of a forecast error, synthesized based on the research of methods of exponential smoothing and their modifications, autoregress integral moving average (ARIMA) and under conditions of disturbing factors has been received in the dissertation for the first time. For the first time, mathematical forecasting models have been obtained for foreign exchange currency rates for increasing and declining portions of the temporary series with the assistance of NN, which together with the results of the technical analysis decreased the value of market risks. Scientific results, received in the dissertation theses are practically applied in scientifically research institute “NIPI ASU TRANSGAZ” and at the Kharkiv Forex-Club, as well as when developing mathematical software for automatic control systems (ACS) for many subject fields.
The present dissertation presents a pioneer study in what concerns the Portuguese Twitter community analysis and a new system to build real-time datasets from Twitter. During the dataset creation phase we built a system to crawl data from Portuguese Twitter users. This system, TwitterEcho, allows a complete and continuous crawling process, robust enough to support the whole Portuguese community on Twitter. Throughout this dissertation we describe the system implementation details, with more incidence on the client part, since it is a distributed system. Additionally, we present the results of studies done with data retrieved by the system. After, we present the influence model proposed in this dissertation. The model was developed based on models described in the literature or used in commercial applications. We detail the processes of gathering the metrics used to influence measurement. This involves the application of data-analysis techniques to the content produced by Twitter users. Finally, we show the results obtained by the model after its application on a dataset created from TwitterEcho. we also present a preliminary validation of the model, and future ways to validate it.
This dissertation describes an extensive account of and advances in sequencing approaches of the mixed-model just-in-time sequencing problem with the goal of keeping the rate of usage of parts as constant as possible. The description of the sequencing approaches is helpful since it gives a thorough and easily readable overview of the existing literature. It contains numerous new results, which have been accepted in international journals, as well. The multi-level case of the problem is NP-hard. However, the single-level case (with significant or negligible change-over time and arbitrary or unit processing time) is polynomially solvable depending on the size of the instance. The dissertation describes several heuristics also. It contains the discussion of some related problems. Moreover, a number of unsolved problems have been given for future research.
This is a postgraduate dissertation that attempts to understand and examine the role of intellectual capital in determining company market value and financial performance by taking a sample of UK firms listed on the London Stock Exchange. The study uses Pulic’s (1998, 2000, 2002, 2004) framework of Value Added Intellectual Coefficient (VAIC) to measure intellectual capital components. The empirical results suggest that greater intellectual capital efficiency leads to better financial performance.Human capital is identified as the most significant intellectual capital contributor in a firm. In addition, the dissertation compares the findings with Zeghal and Maaloul’s (2010) sample on 2005 data, and obtaines evidence that UK firms generated less value through intellectual capital components in the recession affected year 2009 than on the years before the crisis.
Social Media Marketing is becoming increasingly popular. Companies in all industries acknowledge the necessity of following this trend, some with success, some without. From research can be concluded that most direct selling tour operators are actually using social media as a marketing vehicle, however, a lack of focus, knowledge, proper execution and strategy often leads to failure in achieving (pre-set) goals and expectations. This dissertation provides direct selling tour operators and companies in general with a how-to into social media marketing. It indicates how and why social media marketing should differ from traditional marketing, how a social media marketing strategy should be formulated, how it can be put to practice most effectively and the potential benefits. Throughout the dissertation traditional marketing tools and media form the foundation on which the results are built.
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This is a practical and comprehensive guide to plan, write, and defend your dissertation. The author has more than 12 years of experience of supervising research students. Moreover, this book is the collection of opinions of experienced supervisors from the UK and USA who are supervising students in top universities for a long time. Student of any field can take advantage from this book. This book greatly helpful for students who feel hesitation and issues in writing dissertation.
This handbook serves as a practical guide for students in institutions of higher learning with particular reference to their thesis and/or dissertation writing requirements. The simplistic approach in treating fundamental concepts and issues involved in a typical thesis and/or dissertation writing exercise, as adopted in the handbook, recommends it for not only students at different levels of higher institutions pursuits, but also their advising/supervising lecturers and indeed, the generality of knowledge seekers, especially in the area of research.
Planning your Dissertation is a friendly and essential companion to your dissertation journey. It takes you step-by-step through the planning for each stage from your first idea to the finishing touches. Packed with practical advice and examples of student writing, this guide shows you how to:• find an idea and focus your research question• write a proposal• structure your literature review• choose your methodology• put the crucial finishing touches to your work
How can we explain the gap between grand visions of E-Learning and Virtual Universities and their modest manifestations? Based on a detailed case study, this dissertation claims that the underlying dynamics of E-Learning in Higher Education is that of "Vision Erosion" in which visions are eroded by existing power structures and institutional arrangements. This work uses Actor Network Theory to study the relations between Higher Education and Technology, and comes out with surprising and insightful results. A "must read" for anyone interested in the present, and future, of Universities.
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This applied dissertation has the objective of studying the problem of how Business Incubators can be an effective business model that supports the successful entrepreneurship creation process, especially in Latin America. Under this study the main purpose was to propose a new Business Incubator model, that can include the best practices in the area and flexible enough to be adapted easily in any country of the Latin America region. An experimental methodology was conducted using theoretical documentation plus practical research work which allowed collecting, analysis, processing and documenting the information received. A set of best business practices was identified and documented. The results analysis showed that the Business Incubator model is heavily used in the region with some impressive results, validating the entire hypothesis established at the beginning of the study and achieving all the objectives
As a built environment student you are likely to be required to research, write and submit a dissertation as a core component of your degree studies. As a vocational profession, students of the built environment often have strong practical aspirations. Writing a Built Environment Dissertation provides practical guidance and will help to steer you into a position where you can develop a good dissertation by mixing your practical strengths with more theoretical tools. The book is ordered around a common dissertation structure: that is, it starts with material that should be in the introduction and finishes with material that should be in the conclusion. Each chapter provides a commentary on the kind of information that you should put in each chapter of your dissertation, supported by a variety of examples using a range of methodological designs. The book has a strong focus on data collection, data analysis, reliability and validity – all areas where student dissertations are often weak. Material that will help you think about study skills and ethics is embedded throughout the book, and the chapters on qualitative and quantitative analysis will show you how to carry out a rigorous analysis while avoiding some of the complexity in statistical work. If you are an under-graduate student in the final year of an honours degree programme in the built environment, or perhaps a student at masters or PhD level and have been away from academic study for some time, then this book will help you to write a more innovative and thorough dissertation.
This dissertation consists of six separate essays beginning with an overview of the production and consumption of fish. The remaining essays deal with the current strength and the future direction of aquaculture R&D, international fish trade and the quality of fish trade data, fish demand analysis, and the estimation of economic benefits for producers and consumers induced by aquaculture R&D. The results underline the importance of aquaculture research and development and of the technology transfer for both producers and consumers. The results would also provide funding agencies and decision makers not to miss a promising research area.
The lack of specific guidelines for management of thermal discharges from thermal power plant facilities such as coal-fired thermal power plants from the Philippine Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) motivated the conceptualization of this dissertation work by the author and her adviser from the Marine Science Institute of the University of the Philippines. Results of this study can be used as guide in developing specific guidelines for management of thermal discharges from coal-fired thermal power plants in the Philippines.
This dissertation focuses on the expatriate experience of US-TAs (United States Teaching Assistants) and how they are affected by acculturation and culture shock throughout their stays in Austria. Although US-TAs are influenced to varying degrees by acculturation and culture shock, the research shows these are not the primary reasons why some US-TAs leave Austria after one (1) year and why others seek to stay for a second (2nd) year. Instead, this dissertation will indicate how the search for identity (particularly relating to one’s job/career) among US-TAs plays an important role in their decision to try and stay in Austria or not for a 2nd year. Additionally, the abroad experiences of US-TAs are compared with the abroad experiences of private industry expatriates from an Austrian MNC (Multinational Corporation) and from an American MNC. This comparative study was carried out with both quantitative and qualitative research methods from May-November, 2010 in Austria and in the U.S.A. The dissertation concludes with a summary of the comparative results.
Differentiation i.e. development of single cell into complex multicellular organs & tissues, results through selective gene expression which is specific to cell type, region & organ. Therefore, identification of biochemical markers during sequential stages of organogenesis could be used to identify early events of differentiation, embryogenic potential or serve as an indication of loss of regeneration capacity with culture age. Keeping in view these facts, this M. Phil. dissertation on T. indica, an important medicinal plant comprises of six chapters: Chapter-1 highlights background for selection of this plant species; Chapter-2 is compilation of relevant updated literature in the area of tissue culture, biochemical & SDS-PAGE studies; Chapter-3 deals with details of materials & techniques used; Chapter-4 presents the findings of study supported by tables, photographs & illustrations; Chapter-5 discusses the results in the light of available literature and Chapter-6 is summary of work followed by literature cited. This M. Phil. dissertation will be useful for reseachers working in the area of plant tissue culture & cell differentiation.
The main goal of this dissertation was to assess prospectively the value of two cardiovascular magnetic resonance methodises (the transmural extent of an late gadolinium enhancement and the contractile reserve during low dose dobutamine administration) as predictors of left ventricular segmental and global functional recovery in patients with left ventricular systolic dysfunction undergoing surgical or percutaneous revascularisation. Taking into account previous studies, revascularisation of the viable myocardium results in an improvement of patient’s symptoms and prognosis. This finding emphasized the need for and importance of noninvasive tests to quantify the amount of viable myocardium in patients with left ventricular dysfunction in order to define the optimal management strategy. On the basis of the original research described in the dissertation, the diagnostic value of different cardiovascular magnetic resonance based viability prediction methods was assessed. On the basis of the research results the optimal viability assessment algorithm was created and has been successfully used in routine clinical practice.