Elektroniset diplomityöt vuosittain electronic master's theses by year: 2010 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1990-99 2011 albrecht, robert: messaging in mobile augmented reality audio sähkötekniikan korkeakoulu / school of electrical engineering january 2011.
Doctoral thesis report no 3 / helsinki university of technology tkk, department of signal processing and acoustics espoo, finland, june 2008 pakarinen, jyri modeling of nonlinear and time-varying phenomena in the guitar doctoral thesis report no 1 / helsinki university of technology tkk, department of signal processing and acoustics. Dept of automation and systems technology, helsinki university of technology (tkk), finland intelligent space systems laboratory (issl), university of tokyo, japan 1.
Doctoral thesis report no 20 / helsinki university of technology tkk, department of signal processing and acoustics espoo, finland, june 2010 koskinen, heli hearing conservation among classical musicians needs, means and attitudes doctoral thesis.
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The kk thesis or kk principle is a principle of epistemic logic which states that if you know that p is the case then you know that you know that p is the case  in formal notation the principle can be stated as: kp→kkp (literally: knowing p implies the knowing of knowing p.