Legacy Partial Access Electronic Theses and Dissertations (1957-2011)



This collection houses the digitized versions of print Master's theses written by CSUN's graduate students between the years of 1957-2011. This collection is only partially accessible due to the nature of copyright laws. If authors prior to March 1989 designated their work as copyrighted, then those works appear here. Most works contained in this collection, however, range between the years 1989 and 2011 as copyrights are automatically assigned from this time period. Theses published post-March, 1989 do not fall into the public domain without specific licensing instructions (such as a Creative Commons license) provided by the copyright owners. Only CSUN students and faculty will be allowed to access the collection. Non-CSUN affiliated users can request a copy of a thesis through Oviatt Library Interlibrary loan department.

We have endeavored to ensure that all partial access theses appearing in this collection are available only to authorized users. However, should any issues related to copyright infringement exist, please contact Andrew Weiss at andrew.weiss@csun.edu.

Theses and Dissertations are also housed within each discipline's departmental communities.

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Recent Submissions

  • Younesi, Bahram (1990-05)
    The first objective of this project is to provide a general description of data acquisition systems to develop a design approach that promotes a systematic design methodology. The second objective is to present analytical ...
  • Yao, Daniel Paowen (1990-01)
    The purpose of this project is to study and design a robot system that can play a specially modified checker game with people. With a "vision" covering the entire game board, it monitors and memorizes every move made by ...
  • Yi, Jong Hwa (1990-08)
    In order to optimize the production of 118Te in thick targets for use in a 118Te/118Sb radionuclide generator, the excitation function for the 121Sb(p,4n)118Te reaction has been measured for 30-46 MeV protons. The excitation ...
  • Wurzbach, Roy A. (1990-05)
    Reverse phase liquid chromatography is used for the first time to separate a glycidyl azide polymer (GAP) into respective homologue fractions. UV-Vis spectra of the eluting components in these chromatograms have the same ...
  • Wooi-chin, Ong (1990-08)
    No abstract available