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  • Rathgaber, Joel Richard (Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research, University of Regina, 2012-12)
    In this, thesis a novel system for automatically calibrating an optical multitouch surface is presented. The current state of multitouch software forces the user to manually calibrate a surface prior to usage. This process ...
  • Li, Ruili (Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research, University of Regina, 2014-09)
    Censored data is very common in survival analyses and experimental observations. In this thesis, I consider a selected bivariate model concerning censored data. I rst review three basic univariate models, leading to ...
  • Almestadi, Emad Hamdan (Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research, University of Regina, 2013-07)
    This thesis presents work done towards understanding the data collected from a card sorting study of facial photographs. In that study, 25 participants sorted 356 photos (178 Caucasian and 178 First Nations) into piles ...
  • Lach, Peter (Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research, University of Regina, 2013-08)
    Each tutoring system must face the problem of dealing with uncertainty involved in student interactions. The quality of a correct answer to a question may be di erent for each individual student. Some answers are produced ...
  • Hepting, Daryl; Jaffe, JoAnn; Maciag, Timothy (Springer, 2014-06)
    There is a large gap between attitude and action when it comes to consumer purchases of ethical food. Amongst the various aspects of this gap, this paper focuses on the difficulty in knowing enough about the various ...
  • Seenappa, Spoorthy (Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research, University of Regina, 2012-10)
    This thesis presents a floor planning and furniture layout system called Procrustes, that helps a user to place rooms and furniture in a virtual house. Scenes are generated by considering the user's partial scene description. ...
  • Spring, Richard William (Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research, University of Regina, 2012-03)
    Facial recognition is routine for most people; yet the process of facial recognition or describing a face to be recognized, reveals a great deal of complexity inherent in the activity. Eyewitness identification remains ...