Abstracts for phd dissertation

Hao Yan (2017) ADVISERS: Jie Peng. TITLE: Fiber orientation distribution function estimation by spherical needlets ABSTRACT: Diffusion magnetic resonance imaging (DMRI) is an imaging technology which uses water diffusion as a proxy to probe the anatomy of biological tissues in an invivo and noninvasive way. Your library may be able to provide access to the dissertation you're looking for. Whether you are looking for a specific graduate work, or want to find out what dissertations or theses have been written on a particular subject, This dissertation conducts a study of the cinema from India with a view to examine the extent to which such cinema represents an anticolonial vision.

The political resistance of Indian films to colonial and neocolonial norms, and their capacity to formulate a national identity is the primary focus of the current study. This dissertation addresses issues in gene selection, pathway analysis, and differential gene expression detection in microarray studies and proposes new statistical approaches to solve these issues. Selection of relevant genes for sample classification is an important issue in microarray studies.

Alexander Petersen (2016) ADVISER: HansGeorg Mueller. TITLE: Transformation Methods for Density Functions and Covariance Matrices in Functional Data Analysis. ABSTRACT: Transformations for constrained data Currently, the maximum sizes for abstracts submitted to Canada's National Archive are 150 words (Masters thesis) and 350 words (Doctoral dissertation). To preserve visual coherence, you may wish to limit the abstract for your doctoral dissertation to one doublespaced page, about 280 words.

Star Wars There's a Dissertation for That! The latest in our ongoing blog series dives into the considerable body of scholarship around the galactic cultural phenomenon in from a galaxy far, far away. In this dissertation, I propose methods of preprocessing the spectral data to overcome the difficulties for the purpose of extracting valuable information contained in mass spectrometry data. In this talk, we propose a fivestep preprocessing algorithm developed for mass spectrometry MI data. This dissertation examines the social context of immigrationrelated factors as they relate to the health of Asian American immigrants and focuses specifically on age at migration and period of migration as potential explanatory contexts for elucidating the strong relationship between immigration and health.

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