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Theses/Dissertations from 1974
An attempt to cluster D P I profiles into replicable categories., Catherine M. L. Miller
Theoretical and experimental analyses of wave motion in rockfill structures., Mohamed Sameh Sami. Nasser
Women's liberation in Samuel Richardson's novels., Ujwala. Patil
English sport and Canadian culture in Toronto 1867 to 1911., John W. Purcell
Linear systems identification using near-Markov methods., Mohamed. Rafiquzzaman
Analysis of wind set-ups on Lake St. Clair., K. H. Shafiqur. Rahman
Mimesis as communication in the work of art., M. Patricia. Ricciatti
Analysis and synthesis of one and two-dimensional recursive digital filters., Maher Ahmed. Sid-Ahmed
Design of a minicomputer with hardware indexing., H. S. Sodhi
An attempt to derive dimensional types using Q-factor analysis., John M. Syrotuik