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    • Motion-Based Video Games for Older Adults in Long-Term Care 

      Gerling, Kathrin (2014-05-27)
      Older adults in residential care often lead sedentary lifestyles despite physical and cognitive activities being crucial for their well-being. Care facilities face the challenge of encouraging their residents to participate ...
    • Motivational visualization for resources-sharing online communities 

      Sun, Lingling (2005-05-31)
      As online applications such as online newsgroups, internet game-rooms, online chat-rooms, and peer-to-peer (P2P) resources-sharing systems become popular, online community visualization became a hot research topic. Different ...
    • Movement and stillness : mindfulness and the art of inquiry 

      Donen, Rachel (2007-02-13)
      Mindfulness researchers have predominantly used quantitative methods. Post positivist researchers have developed operational definitions and measures of mindfulness to understand and capture what mindfulness is. However, ...
    • Movement matters: the experiences of students and their teacher involved in a combined physical activity and academic program Curriculum and identity making in room 27 

      Cameron, Allison L. (2011-03)
      As a teacher within a special needs classroom of students ranging in age from 13 to 22, I observed first-hand the outcomes of unhealthy habits, behavioural issues, and academic struggles. In response to these learning and ...
    • Moving between opposing worlds : the moral experiences of white, anti-racism educators in Saskatchewan 

      Plett Martens, Vonda Lynn (2007)
      This research explores the moral experiences of White, anti-racism educators in Saskatchewan. As members of the dominant group, while at the same time being defenders of the rights of minority groups, the unique positioning ...
    • Moving from Flood Resistance to Resilience: “Still doing it the hard way” in Western Canada 

      Morrison, Alasdair David 1979-; 0000-0001-8948-1733 (2019-10-09)
      Flooding poses a significant threat to society, a threat that is likely to increase with changing climate. Over recent decades, the limitations of a historical reliance on command and control approaches to flood risk ...
    • Moving social networking applications into the cloud 

      Ramasahayam, Radhika (2010-09)
      Social networking applications that are developed using traditional software and architecture have scalability issues. One way to overcome the high cost of scaling social applications is to use Cloud Computing (CC). There ...
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      Gwirah, Ebenezer 1992-; 0000-0001-5140-4679 (2017-05-09)
      There is growing evidence to suggest that small energetically favourable clusters play an important role in the thermodynamics and dynamics of liquids. However, identifying and quantifying favoured local structures (FLS) ...
    • MR-CUDASW - GPU accelerated Smith-Waterman algorithm for medium-length (meta)genomic data 

      Muhammadzadeh, Amir (2015-01-08)
      The idea of using a graphics processing unit (GPU) for more than simply graphic output purposes has been around for quite some time in scientific communities. However, it is only recently that its benefits for a range of ...
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      Hilger, David M 1990-; 0000-0001-8949-7567 (2017-09-21)
      Phosphorus (P) is widely recognized as an element of vital importance as it is essential to life. Availability in natural systems is strongly influenced by the chemical form of P present; however, there are difficulties ...
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      Sachdeva, Rohit (2015-03-19)
      Rotator cuff pathologies involving supraspinatus are a common cause of musculoskeletal morbidity and can lead to significant disability affecting the overall quality of life. Architectural parameters of the muscle directly ...
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      Navas, Wilson M 1990-; 0000-0002-5520-8138 (2020-01-20)
      The abstract of this item is unavailable due to an embargo.
    • The Mr. Big Sting in Canada 

      Cross, Jonathan (2013-04-16)
      For approximately the last fifteen years, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police have been mounting highly sophisticated undercover sting operations in Canada known colloquially as Mr. Big stings. These undercover operations ...
    • Mr. Diefenbaker, parliamentary democracy, and the Canadian Bill of Rights 

      Belliveau, Robert M. (1992)
      The Canadian Bill of Rights was enacted in 1960 as an Act of Parliament of Canada. Many argued then, and since, that it ought to have been legally binding, or entrenched beyond the reach of both Parliament and the provincial ...
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      Zhang, Fan; 0000-0001-7137-2651 (2020-07-24)
      The abstract of this item is unavailable due to an embargo.
    • MT-WAVE: Profiling multi-tier web applications 

      Arkles, Anthony (2015-09-09)
      The web is evolving: what was once primarily used for sharing static content has now evolved into a platform for rich client-side applications. These applications do not run exclusively on the client; while the client ...
    • Mucosal and systemic immune responses induced by immunisation of cotton rats with recombinant adenoviruses 

      Papp, Zsuzsanna (1998-01-01)
      Replication-defective and replication-competent recombinant human adenovirus type 5 vectors efficiently expressed the glycoprotein D (gD) or the transmembrane anchor truncated gD (tgD) of bovine herpesvirus type 1 ...
    • Muhammad Khalil Thesis 

      Khalil, Muhammad 1993-
      According to recent data, an additional one million people have died of HIV-1/AIDS related illness in 2016 bringing the death toll to 35.0 million people worldwide. Currently, to inhibit HIV-1 replication a combination of ...
    • MULE DEER (ODOCOILEUS HEMIONUS) REPRODUCTION, FAWN SURVIVAL, AND EXPOSURE OF FAWNS TO INFECTIOUS AGENTS IN A CHRONIC WASTING DISEASE ENDEMIC AREA OF SOUTHERN SASKATCHEWAN 

      Perera, Asha (2012-09-17)
      As a part of an ongoing study of the geographic spread and long term population effects of chronic wasting disease (CWD) in southwestern Saskatchewan, we captured and radio-collared female mule deer (Odocoileus hemionus) ...
    • A multi-agent crop production decision support system for technology transfer 

      Bentham, Murray James (2000-04-01)
      The purpose of this research was to study agricultural crop production 'decision support systems' as a means of transferring agricultural technology from research labs and plots to producers, extension specialists, ...