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Theses/Dissertations from 2018
Enhancing PV Panel Convective Cooling Using A Trip Wire, Ashhar Ahmed
VIDEO FOREGROUND LOCALIZATION FROM TRADITIONAL METHODS TO DEEP LEARNING, Thangarajah Akilan
Adaptive Transmission Power with Vehicle Density for Congestion Control, OLUWASEYI MOROUNFOLUWA AKINLADE
Shear Transfer Mechanism in FRP Reinforced Composite Concrete Structures, MOFRHE S. ALRUWAILI
(Un)Spoken, Vanessa Barraco
A Feminist Critical Content Analysis: Comparing sexual assault cases published in the Detroit Free Press to reported sexual assaults in Michigan before and after the 2009 discovery of the backlog of untested sexual assault kits, Nikki Alexandra Basset
THE ROLE OF CYCLIN B3 IN DROSOPHILA FEMALE MEIOSIS, Mohammed Redha Boruouh
The Fable of Fire, Jennie Broadwell
INVESTIGATION ON CYCLIC VARIATION OF LOW TEMPERATURE COMBUSTION SRATEGIES, Geraint Andrew Howard Bryden
The Notes of a Peasant Poet’s Life: Rootedness, Emotion, and Identity in John Clare’s Bird Poetry, Maria Theodora Diakantoniou