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Self -taught learning
by Raina, Rajat, Ph.D.  Stanford University. 2009: 155 pages; 3382948.
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Bias in Novel Category Learning
by Martin, Sean, Ph.D.  New York University. 2015: 203 pages; 3740789.
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Belief based reinforcement learning for data fusion
by Lollett, Carlos, Ph.D.  State University of New York at Buffalo. 2009: 184 pages; 3342148.
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Aging and task representation updating
by Frank, David J., Ph.D.  The University of North Carolina at Greensboro. 2015: 103 pages; 3722518.
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Sparse dictionary learning and domain adaptation for face and action recognition
by Qiu, Qiang, Ph.D.  University of Maryland, College Park. 2013: 150 pages; 3587452.
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Human Activity Analysis using Multi-modalities and Deep Learning
by Zhang, Chenyang, Ph.D.  The City College of New York. 2016: 115 pages; 10159927.
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Autonomous qualitative learning of distinctions and actions in a developing agent
by Mugan, Jonathan William, Ph.D.  The University of Texas at Austin. 2010: 189 pages; 3428996.
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DISCUSS: Toward a Domain Independent Representation of Dialogue
by Becker, Lee, Ph.D.  University of Colorado at Boulder. 2012: 192 pages; 3549161.
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Learning to Manipulate Novel Objects for Assistive Robots
by Sung, Jaeyong, Ph.D.  Cornell University. 2017: 190 pages; 10258261.
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Object categories provide semantic representation for 3-year-olds' word learning
by Rost, Gwyneth Campbell, Ph.D.  The University of Iowa. 2011: 167 pages; 3494099.
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Neural mechanisms of perceptual learning
by Rokem, Ariel Shalom, Ph.D.  University of California, Berkeley. 2010: 82 pages; 3413552.
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Language learning in adulthood: Why some have more trouble than others
by Smith, Asha Halima, Ph.D.  Stanford University. 2009: 96 pages; 3382951.
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Comparison Driven Representational Change
by Kandaswamy, Balasubramanian, Ph.D.  Northwestern University. 2016: 106 pages; 10240810.
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Factors that Promote Transformative Learning Experiences of International Graduate-Level Learners
by Kumi-Yeboah, Alex, Ph.D.  University of South Florida. 2012: 209 pages; 3505134.
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Integrating Multiple Modalities into Deep Learning Networks
by McNeil, Patrick N., Ph.D.  Nova Southeastern University. 2017: 296 pages; 10283417.
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Investigating flexibility, reversibility, and multiple representations in a calculus environment
by Flanders, Steven Todd, Ed.D.  University of Pittsburgh. 2014: 497 pages; 3690743.
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Task Relationship Modeling in Lifelong Multitask Learning
by Mishra, Meenakshi, Ph.D.  University of Kansas. 2015: 165 pages; 3721005.
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Multimodal tasks to support science learning in linguistically diverse classrooms: Three complementary perspectives
by Menon, Preetha Krishnan, Ph.D.  University of California, Santa Cruz. 2015: 326 pages; 3715256.
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Feel, imagine and learn! - Haptic augmented simulation and embodied instruction in physics learning
by Han, In Sook, Ed.D.  Teachers College, Columbia University. 2010: 152 pages; 3425018.
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The Nonnegative Matrix Factorization: Methods and Applications
by Landi, Amanda Kim, Ph.D.  North Carolina State University. 2015: 120 pages; 10586642.
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