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    • The Re-amortization Act: A Material Durational Agenda for Conservation 

      Robinson, Alexander (University of Waterloo, 2021-05-12)
      With the urgency of the climate crisis, we need to begin thinking of new systems that properly value the existing embodied energy invested in Toronto’s built forms, challenging existing neoliberal patterns of development, ...
    • Re-Branding the Canadian Planning Profession 

      Saini, Navpreet Kaur (University of Waterloo, 2010-08-26)
      The purpose of this study was to determine if branding strategies could enhance the position and influence of the Canadian planning profession within a multi-stakeholder environment. To address this research question, the ...
    • Re-evaluating Communicative Language Teaching: Wittgenstein and Postmethod Pedagogy 

      Cattell, Allison G. (University of Waterloo, 2009-09-03)
      This thesis analyses some ways in which Ludwig Wittgenstein's later philosophy can make a valuable contribution to the current re-evaluation of the concept of method within postmethod pedagogy. First, the emergence and ...
    • Re-evaluating Scattering Mechanisms in Snow-Covered Freshwater Lake Ice Containing Bubbles Using Polarimetric Ground-based and Spaceborne Radar Data 

      Gunn, Grant Edward (University of Waterloo, 2015-07-13)
      Lakes are a prominent feature of the sub-Arctic and Arctic regions of North America, covering up to 40% of the landscape. Seasonal ice cover on northern lakes afford habitat for several flora and fauna species, and provide ...
    • Re-evaluating Whether Bilateral Eye Movements Influence Memory Retrieval 

      Roberts, Brady (University of Waterloo, 2019-07-30)
      Several recent studies have reported enhanced memory when retrieval is preceded by repetitive horizontal eye movements, relative to vertical or no eye movements. This reported memory boost has been referred to as the ...
    • The Re-examined Life 

      Walker, Timothy; St Marie, Denise (University of Waterloo, 2017-05-19)
      The Re-examined Life is an interdisciplinary exhibition of contemplative and interactive artworks that use the expectations of conventional belief systems to question widespread perceptions and value judgments of our current ...
    • The Re-examined Life 

      St Marie, Denise; Walker, Timothy (University of Waterloo, 2017-05-19)
      The Re-examined Life is an interdisciplinary exhibition of contemplative and interactive artworks that use the expectations of conventional belief systems to question widespread perceptions and value judgments of our current ...
    • Re-Imagining Concrete: A Material First Design Approach 

      Wang, Nathan (University of Waterloo, 2019-10-15)
      This thesis asks the question: “What if we began the creative process of design with material?” In an age where digital images dominate the design process, architecture’s main medium of expression remains through matter. ...
    • Re-imagining the Compound: Regeneration of Block Urbanism in Seoul 

      Seo, Kyeng Wan (University of Waterloo, 2016-01-19)
      South Korea is a country where the national landscape is dominated by endless horizon of high-rise apartment blocks. This is especially true in the capital city of Seoul, where about half of the country’s population currently ...
    • Re-Territorializing Park-Monument of The Bulgarian-Soviet Friendship 

      Nikolova, Roksena (University of Waterloo, 2020-05-29)
      The silhouettes of colossal Soviet monuments in Bulgaria shaped the landscape of the nation, both physically, and metaphorically. Many remain abandoned, some have been removed, a few modified, but their controversy remains ...
    • Re-Visioning Sustainable Urban Housing in2020, the year of perfect vision 

      Arvai, James (University of Waterloo, 2009-02-17)
      Civilization’s vantage point has shifted with advances in technology from an eye-level view of the horizon to a bird’s eye view from a plane, to a planet-wide view from space. This relatively new global view is now the ...
    • Re-wilding the Neighborhood: Discovering Ecological Harmony Through Design with Habitats Along the Oak Ridges Trail 

      Moseley, Emma (University of Waterloo, 2021-11-19)
      This thesis is a reflection on the impacts of suburban sprawl on ecosystem health and biodiversity in York Region, using a design proposal to repopulate pollinator habitat within the fabric of an existing neighborhood. The ...
    • Re:Generation – A Model For Age-Inclusive Care 

      Chan, Ho Wa Esther (University of Waterloo, 2017-09-27)
      The Canadian population is aging. Seniors are becoming the fastest growing age group as a result of the aging of the baby boom generation, and a lowered fertility rate and an increase in life expectancy in the millennial ...
    • Re:Linking Lachine 

      Cascella, Mark Oscar (University of Waterloo, 2010-11-01)
      Since the undertaking of urban planning as a prescriptive discipline, landscape projects have demonstrated their ability to integrate valuable cultural spaces with the construction of complex infrastructural systems, ...
    • Reach-Bounded, Non-Linear Input Amplification for More Comfortable Virtual Reality 

      Wentzel, Johann (University of Waterloo, 2020-04-30)
      Input amplification enables easier movement in virtual reality (VR) for users with mobility issues or in confined spaces. However, current techniques either do not focus on maintaining feelings of body ownership, or are ...
    • React++: A Lightweight Actor Framework in C++ 

      Khan, Md Navid Alvee (University of Waterloo, 2020-09-28)
      Distributed software remains susceptible to data races and poor scalability because of the widespread use of locks and other low-level synchronization primitives. Furthermore, using this programming approach is known to ...
    • Reaction Kinetics for High-Pressure Hydrogen and Methane Oxy-combustion in the Presence of High Levels of H2O and CO2 

      Beigzadeh, Ashkan (University of Waterloo, 2021-08-27)
      Continued use of fossil fueled heat and power generation calls for a multi-faceted approach to ensure their associated emissions, in particular CO2 emissions, are mitigated in an economically viable manner. A path to ...
    • Reactive RF Sputtering of VO2 

      Chugunov, Grigory (University of Waterloo, 2016-01-25)
      There are multiple oxides that exhibit metal-to-insulator transition, VO2 is one of them. What makes it unique is that the transition occurs at near room temperature, thereby making the energy cost of switching very low. ...
    • Reactivity Ratio Estimation Aspects in Multicomponent Polymerizations at Low and High Conversion Levels 

      Kazemi, Niousha (University of Waterloo, 2010-07-08)
      Estimation of reactivity ratios from cumulative copolymerization models eliminates the difficulties associated with stopping reactions at low conversion, while one gains to study the full polymerization trajectory. The ...
    • Reactivity ratio estimation in multicomponent polymerizations using the error-in-variables-model (EVM) framework 

      Kazemi, Niousha (University of Waterloo, 2014-10-08)
      Studying multicomponent polymerizations is an active area of research and one of the most important aspects of such studies is to understand the underlying reaction kinetics. For multicomponent polymerization systems, such ...


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