QSpace: Queen’s Scholarship & Digital Collections
QSpace is our online repository of digital content produced and collected by the Queen’s community.
QSpace provides access to peer-reviewed articles, conference papers, technical reports, graduate theses and dissertations and other works produced by Queen’s faculty and students.
QSpace is managed by the Library’s Scholarly Publishing service, facilitating seamless access to Queen’s research to the widest possible audience. For more information about QSpace and to contribute your work(s) please contact the Scholarly Publishing Team.
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This community includes graduate theses, dissertations and projects produced by students at Queen’s University.
This community includes Queen’s peer-reviewed research publications, including journal articles, book chapters, conference proceedings, and more.
This community includes research data produced by faculty and staff at Queen’s University.
This community includes digital collections produced by members of the Queen’s community, as well as digital special collections made available via W.D. Jordan Rare Books & Special Collections.
This community provides access for staff and students at Queen’s University to degree examination papers and syllabi.
Why do some species within crowded vegetation have greater numerical abundance than others? Functional traits are often explored as predictors of success under certain habitat conditions, and in the context of competition, ...
(2017-08)The viscosity of a Newtonian fluid is often measured by confining the fluid to the gap between a rotating cone that is perpendicular to a fixed disk. We call this experiment cone-plate viscometry. When the cone angle ...
(2017-07)In large thick plastic pipe extrusion, the residence in the cooling chamber is long, and the melt inside the pipe sags under its own weight, causing the product to thicken on the bottom (and to thin on the top). To compensate ...
We readily appreciate the wide phenotypic diversity that distinguishes animal species; however, even within a population of the same species, individuals can express significant phenotypic variation in their behavior, ...
In this thesis, we have extended the SCL (Structured and Context Language) network protocol description language to describe the complex constraints for the network engineer. Previous SCL developed with the focus of ...