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In this study, we investigate the relationship between the developmental age of very young able bodied children and their interation with the Hero 2000 robot. This study will be used to design protocol for disabled children using the Hero 2000 robot. Exceptional children are at a much higher...
Presented to the Alberta Council on Aging Conference on Funding Seniors' Community Needs : New Wells for Well-being
Forage and habitat selection of tame moose (Alces alces) in a 65 ha enclosure were studied for an annual cycle. Although the staple winter foods were woody twigs, moose consumed large amounts of leaf litter and bark under some environmental conditions. Foliage dominated the diet following leaf...
This paper was first presented in an early version at the Carleton conference, ‘Exploring Contemporary Discourse Analysis’, Ottawa, 1993 and at the ‘Cultural Studies in Canada’ Conference, University of Toronto. My thanks to Penny Ironstone, Jill Scott, A.N. Packwood and conference participants...
Desarrollo de calcretas en cavidades cársticas y/o de raíces: Las calcretes Cuaternarias de la Isla Gran Cayman (Calcrete development in root/karstic cavities: Quaternary calcretes from Grand Cayman)Download
The ruggest karst terrain that is developed on the dolostones of the Miocene Caayman Formation on Grand Cayman includes numerous large cavities that formed through the activity of tree roots. The surfaces of those cavities are coated with laminated calcrete crusts that are up to 8 cm thick. These...
Using archival photographs in a multimedia representation of the human history of the Upper Athabasca Valley Download
The Upper Athabasca valley was the site of Metis habitation during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. These people left the area at the time that Jasper National Park was formed, however, their activities have left an enduring imprint on the landscape. Our research involves identifying...
Internet Filters: Library Access Issues in a Cyberspace World. Paper delivered at the IFLA/FAIFE Open Session Lecture, 65th IFLA Council and General Conference, August 25, 1999, Bangkok, Thailand
In the cyberspace universe of instant access to information and images of all kinds, how should librarians around the world respond to pressures for political and technological regulation of the Internet? What is a reasonable balance between the conflicting goals of open access and community...
Particle approximations are used to track a maneuvering signal given only a noisy, corrupted sequence of observations, as are encountered in target tracking and surveillance. The signal exhibits nonlinearities that preclude the optimal use of a Kalman filter. It obeys a stochastic differential...