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    • Extended-stay hotel as home 

      Lewinson, Terri Wingate (uga, 2007-08)
      Housing plays an important interpersonal and sociopolitical role in American culture. Perceptions of personal achievement and life satisfaction in adulthood are often determined by the ability to maintain a career, purchase ...
    • Extensive and intensive margins of health insurance demand 

      Chalise, Lekhnath (uga, 2016-08)
      This study examined the associations between health, healthcare utilization, financial worry, and behavioral risk factors, and the extensive and the intensive margins of health insurance demand within the framework of ...
    • External actors in crisis 

      Brossett, Mallie Corrine (uga, 2016-05)
      This paper explores how external actors promote democratization in contentious environments by examining the US response to the Arab Spring in Tunisia between 2011 and 2014. The removal of Ben Ali in Tunisia in 2011 and ...
    • External correlates and relation to impairment for an empirically based typology of children's behavior in the classroom 

      Powell, Robin Michelle (uga, 2005-05)
      on and sistencies in the classificatiThere are many incon classification ood behaviors. The establishedassessment of childhlike the IDEA system ldren are either nonspecific, systems used for chiystem. Finally, the empirical ...
    • External heterogeneous information source management agents 

      Wang, Jin (uga, 2002-08)
      NED-2 is a robust, full service Intelligent Information System designed to provide decision support for forest ecosystem management. Integrating growth and yield models into NED is one of the important elements in developing ...
    • External possession and the undisentanglability of syntax and semantics 

      Smith, Luke Madison (uga, 2015-05)
      Over the past decades, generative attempts to understand the formal syntactic properties of the human language faculty have become unexpectedly entangled with semantics. While classical theories assumed a wide degree of ...
    • Externalizing Islam : manipulation of Islam's inner and outer dimensions and the fragmentation of justice and piety 

      Cole, Jeremy Burr (uga, 2003-05)
      This thesis attempts to locate the roots of extremism inside and outside the Islamic Tradition, which are caused in part by the modern world-view, which prioritizes the external over the internal, thereby generating a false ...
    • Extinction in the Finnish Daphnia magna metapopulation 

      Robinson, John David (uga, 2011-08)
      Metapopulation studies typically employ long-term presence-absence datasets, or snapshot presence-absence data along with characteristics of habitat patches, for estimating extinction rates. Both of these approaches place ...
    • Extra lives, extra limbs 

      Reed, Scott (uga, 2009-08)
      This project situates videogaming as an activity that, in its cultural and technological distinctness, challenges the discipline of Rhetoric & Composition studies. This project responds to that challenge by playfully ...
    • Extracellular proteinases of pathogenic microorganisms 

      Moon, Jonathan Lloyd (uga, 2005-12)
      Proteolytic enzymes are required by all organisms for nutrient acquisition. However, pathogenic microorganisms often secrete enzymes of this class that may aid in their virulence by other means, including tissue destruction ...
    • Extracting the best features from multi-company stock data to improve stock price prediction 

      Bonde, Ganesh Suresh (uga, 2012-08)
      To predict stock price is always a challenging task. The stock prices are dependent on many factors. Much research has been done in this field but it has been difficult to find the right features, which will help predict ...
    • Extraction and analysis by HPLC of the novel compound BCH in formulations, cell culture, and animal tissues 

      Sidwell, Richard (uga, 2002-12)
      In order to carry out developmental studies with BCH [cholesteryl 1,12 dicarba-closo-dodecaborane 1-carboxylate] and its formulations, simple, efficient, and safe analytical techniques have been developed whereby BCH may ...
    • Extraction and indexing of triplet-based knowledge using natural language processing 

      Hooge, David Carl (uga, 2007-05)
      A proper understanding of any document relies heavily upon two things: an understanding of the relationships between terms and a grasp of the manner in which language relates one term to another. For example a full ...
    • Extraction efficiency and identification guide to common house dust and storage mites 

      Roden, Ashley Elizabeth (uga, 2012-08)
      House dust mites (HDMs) and storage mites are serious indoor pests because they produce allergens that cause issues with allergy and asthma in humans. In order to study these animals they must be extracted from the urban ...
    • Extraordinary women Daoists in China 

      Du, Meizhu (uga, 2006-08)
      By comparing Chinese women Daoists in the Tang dynasty, the Song dynasty and the present society, insights of the women’s roles in Daoism are presented. Questions such as how women Daoists were portrayed, how women Daoists ...
    • Extrapolating inerim occupational exposure values from US EPA IRIS data 

      Owens Woodgeard, Heather Marie (uga, 2004-05)
      Occupational exposure values (OEVs) within the United States are developed by various scientific groups which include the United States Department of Labor Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), the American ...
    • Extreme value estimators for various non-negative time series with heavy-tail innovations 

      Bartlett, Andrew Christopher (uga, 2013-05)
      Extreme value theory is a branch of statistics that is devoted to studying the phenomena governed by extremely rare events. The modeling of such phenomena are tail dependent, therefore we consider a class of heavy-tail ...
    • Extreme value methods in body-burden analysis 

      Atkinson, Matthew Joseph (uga, 2004-05)
      The Generalized Extreme Value (GEV) model’s relevance to the extremes of a distribution, and the Generalized Pareto (GP) model’s relevance to the exceedences above a threshold in a distribution are equivalent to the Gaussian ...
    • Extrinsic effect on immunity in D. melanogaster 

      Linder, Jodell Elise Boli (uga, 2009-05)
      The study of insect immunity is a rapidly expanding field in biology. Much work has been focused on the pathways and molecules that make up the insect immune system, and this has led to an extensive understanding of innate ...
    • Exurbanizing water 

      Evans, Sakura R. (uga, 2013-12)
      Water is arguably the most vital element necessary to sustain life on this planet, making the management and protection of water resources an issue of critical importance. As rural land is increasingly fragmented and sold ...