Cornell Theses and Dissertations
The theses and dissertations of graduate students at Cornell University have been deposited in Cornell's institutional repository (eCommons) since about 2004. This collection also includes a few earlier Cornell theses.
Students retain ownership of the copyright of their work. Students also have the option of imposing a temporary embargo on access to the full text of their theses. This embargo may last from one to five years. If access to a thesis is restricted, the metadata record for the thesis is still visible, but you will see "Access to Document Restricted" under the document thumbnail image. Below this will be a field labeled "No Access Until," which indicates the date when the full text of the thesis will be accessible.
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In general, older theses and dissertations from Cornell University are not currently available as digital files in eCommons. The Library is willing to digitize and make available older Cornell theses on a cost recovery basis. If you are interested in this service, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
(2016-02-01)I will introduce a group lasso algorithm for complex variables and demonstrate its application to a novel time series model called tensor autoregression (T-AR). T-AR utilizes the t-product tensor operation on 3-dimensional ...
Apparel Industry Csr Online Reporting Strategy On Product Webpage: Exploring Consumers In Usa And China (2016-02-01)Communication of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) information to consumers is integrated within the apparel industry's marketing strategy to generate consumer trust and to influence consumers' behavioral intentions. ...
(2016-02-01)This thesis investigates first, whether Chinese labor earnings increased, and if there was an overall increase, whether each laborer enjoyed the same increase from 2010 to 2012; second, what the relationship between the ...
Translating Melancholia: The Multiplicity Of Language And The Logic Of Translation In The Postcolonial Writings Of Yi Sang, Theresa Hak Kyung Cha, And Ook Chung (2016-02-01)This dissertation addresses the tension between the celebration of multilingualism and the assumed loss of translation: multilingualism will eventually turn translation from a professional task to an ordinary activity. ...