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  • Liu, Ruisen (Eric) (2015)
    This project explores the design and implementation of walking patterns for humanoid robots. This report presents a brief introduction to human walking and the exploration of two walking pattern generation techniques for ...
  • Skopp, Andrew E. (1988)
  • Weissbarth, Frank (1969)
    This paper is an enquiry into the ecological functions of primitive: warfare, more, specifically, the patterns of warfare prevalent among the farm villagers of the South American tropical forest. To say that warfare is; ...
  • War Games 
    (Swarthmore College, August 28, 2009)
    This week on War News Radio, we look into new military recruiting efforts that are sparking controversy. Caitlin Jennings reports. We talk to a photojournalist about her experiences in Iraq at the start of the war. Samia ...
  • (Swarthmore College, August 19, 2010)
    This week on War News Radio, we take a look at the Warrior Writers program, which helps US veterans channel their feelings and experiences through creative outlets. Jessie Arian reports. Then, we check up on the Afghan ...
  • (Swarthmore College, March 5, 2010)
    This week on War News Radio, we talk to veterans about the accuracy of the Iraq War film ‘The Hurt Locker’. Aaron Moser, Alan Zhao and Louis Katz report. Then, we speak with a US combat medic who served in Iraq. Jared ...
  • Shorey, Rachel (2006)
    Washo is a Hokan language spoken in the area surrounding Lake Tahoe. In this paper, I will present an analysis of Washo plural reduplication using DIRECTED GRAPHS after Raimy (2000). The Washo example has proven a problem ...
  • Rodgers, Beth M. (1992)
    This document describes the design, construction and implementation of a small-scale trickling filter system. The trickling filter uses the microorganisms' ability to degrade organics by consumption to remove organic ...
  • Clarke, Crispin (1998)
  • Li, Yue; Golden, James (2005)
    Green roofs are roofs covered in vegetation, and they reduce storm water runoff by acting as reservoirs for rainwater and reduce pollutant concentrations by filtering storm water. Few experiments have been performed to ...
  • Baker, Holly L. (1999)
    The purpose of thls project was to extend previous investigation of water quality on Crum Creek and to propose a monitoring design by targeting wet weather events and by using advanced methods and techniques of water ...
  • Cheung, Wendy (1993)
    The objective of this project is to create a program which is able to aid a planner in the selection of an appropriate water or sanitation system for a given region, by screening out the unlikely designs. The questions ...
  • Spencer, Maia (2012)
    Creole genesis is a process subject to some controversy. This thesis examines three divergent models of creole genesis against two areas in the morpho syntax of Sranan, a creole language of Surinam. Bickerton (1984) ...
  • Uruchima, Tania (2016)
    Scholars have been increasingly optimistic regarding how young people of color push back against mainstream racial discourses using social media tools. However, young people on the micro-blogging site Tumblr who do so ...
  • Hernández, Alejandra (2004)
    The national border between Mexico and the U.S. is an excellent example of physical separation and the interdependence and weaving history of both countries. The 2,000-mile stretch separates the first world from third-world, ...
  • (Swarthmore College, March 20, 2015)
    This week on War News Radio, Nigeria says it ousted Boko Haram from Bama, the second biggest city in Borno state, the Islamic State attacked oil fields, hospitals, and other major infrastructures in Libyan cities, at least ...
  • (Swarthmore College, May 1, 2015)
    This week on War News Radio, peaceful demonstrations and riots broke out in Baltimore, Saudi Arabian-led airstrikes destroyed one of Yemen’s last operational airports, the Nigerian army freed 200 girls and 93 women from ...
  • (Swarthmore College, January 29, 2015)
    This week on War News Radio, an African Union joint-military force battles Boko Haram, Albanian nationals protest in Kosovo, Argentina announces a plan to dismantle its espionage programs, and more.
  • (Swarthmore College, February 20, 2015)
    This week on War News Radio, violence continued along the Niger-Nigeria border, United States District Judge Andrew Hanen ruled to temporarily halt President Obama’s plan to offer protection from deportation to undocumented ...

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