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Theses/Dissertations from 2018
Drilling-Riveting Coupled Automated System, Alessandro Giuseppe Limentato
Development of a low damping MEMS resonator, Jiewen Liu
Processing Concrete and Abstract Relationships in Word Pairs, Simritpal Kaur Malhi
An Adaptive Clustering Algorithm for Gene Expression Time-Series Data Analysis, Naveen Mangalakumar
Examining Semantic Effects in Conceptual Combination, Tara McAuley
Exploring Effect Moderation In Our Understanding of Hand Hygiene Predictors, Amanda Emily McEwen
Simple and Complex Human Action Recognition in Constrained and Unconstrained Videos, Eman Mohammadi Nejad
INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS ABUSE AS IT AFFECTS WOMEN AND THE GIRL-CHILD IN NORTHERN NIGERIA., Isioma Morka-Christian
Wandermust, Micaela Muldoon
Trophic relationships, distribution and interactions among invasive and native Laurentian Great Lakes biota assessed using metabarcoding of stomach content DNA (scDNA) and environmental DNA (eDNA), Justin Glenn Mychek-Londer