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  • Extremism and Radicalization to Violence Prevention in Manitoba: A Resource for Educators 

    Extremism and Radicalization to Violence Prevention in Manitoba (ERiM); Ahmed, Kawser; Mlodzinski, Linda; Anderson, Connie Wyatt; Poor, Marjorie (Extremism and Radicalization to Violence Prevention in Manitoba (ERiM), 2023-03)
    Extremism and Radicalization to Violence Prevention in Manitoba (ERiM) is a made-in-Manitoba resource for educators. Funded by Public Safety Canada, this document was created in collaboration with educators and education ...
  • Emotion Recognition with Asymmetry Features of EEG Signals 

    Mouri, Fatima Islam (University of WinnipegUniversity of Winnipeg, 2023-08-15)
    Currently the study of affective computing (AC) includes a focus on researching emotion regulation and recognition. Recent studies in this field have utilized deep learning architectures to enhance emotion recognition from ...
  • Missing Patients Research Guide and Video Modules 

    Manitoba Indigenous Tuberculosis History Project (MITHP) (Department of History, University of Winnipeg, 2024-02)
    This Missing Patients Research Guide contains directions for finding out more about Indigenous patients who entered tuberculosis (TB) sanatoriums and hospitals in Manitoba and never returned home. Part One of the guide ...
  • Canadians Do Oral History? 

    Freund, Alexander (Oral History Centre, University of Winnipeg, 2016-02-02)
  • How Comics Work: A 1BUW Production 

    Rifkind, Candida; Christopher, Brandon; RL, Alice (Department of English, University of Winnipeg, 2019)
    This booklet is an introduction to the content for the University of Winnipeg Fall 2019 course ONE BOOK UW (1BUW).
  • Reconciliation through Description: Using Metadata to Realize the Vision of the National Research Centre for Truth and Reconciliation 

    Lougheed, Brett; Moran, Ry; Callison, Camille (Taylor & Francis, 2015)
    This articlewill discuss the history and context surrounding the document collection and statement gathering mandates of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada and the challenges the newly established National ...
  • Millennial fire history reconstruction in the boreal forest of south-central Canada using lake-sediment charcoal, tree-ring and archival records 

    Waito, Justin M. (University of WinnipegUniversity of Winnipeg, 2016)
    The Canadian boreal forest has been developing since the end of the last glaciation approximately 10,000 years ago. During this time, fire has modified the development of the forest by altering species distribution, stand ...
  • The Complexity of the Simplex Algorithm 

    Currie, James (Carleton UniversityCarleton University, 1984-08)
    The thesis begins by giving background in linear programming and Simplex methods. Topics covered include the duality theorem, Lemke's algorithm, and the pathological programs of Klee-Minty. Because of the bad behaviour ...

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