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- 1Bott, Gregory
- 1Ion, Octavian
- 1Marcos, Natalia I.
- 1Przysucha, Eryk
- 1Stefanick, Lorna (Supervisor)
- 1Vik, Patrice S.
Since the late 1970s, the design of chemical processes has evolved towards highly integrated operations that can increase plant efficiency. Although plant-wide integration offers substantial opportunities to improve the performance of an entire plant, it often results in large-scale systems that...
Movement coordination and control in children with and without Developmental Coordination Disorder in ball catchingDownload
A rigorous investigation of functional collectives of musculo-skeletal articulators is lacking in DCD literature, in spite of powerful empirical arguments suggesting that they represent a critical unit of control (e.g., coordinative structure theory). Thus, the purpose of this dissertation was...
The Naïve Theory is one the dominant accounts amongst philosophers of language. This theory has much to offer, however it does not in all cases bode well with intuitions. Two puzzles are raised and investigated here. The first is a puzzle regarding certain simple sentences. The Naïve Theory does...
Many sports biomechanics research studies follow a traditional task analysis concept that there is only one best possible movement pattern and thus focus on the examination of kinematics and kinetics of movement without considering the influence of constraints that are imposed on it. This study...
The Effects of a Quality Grading System on the Development of Consumer Driven Best Practice Value Chains: The Example of Meat Standards AustraliaDownload
This research project analyzes the beef grading system in Australia. Firstly, the Meat Standards Australia (MSA) grading system as a potential value-creating and value chain-coordinating mechanism is investigated. In-depth interviews with value chain stakeholders and industry experts suggest...