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Browsing Theses - Program in Writing and Humanistic Studies by Title

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  • Bullis, Kevin (Kevin James) (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2005)
    Thomas Massie invented the Phantom, a computer peripheral for simulating the sense of touch, that became the de facto device for haptics research. The thesis recounts the story of Massie, his invention, and present and ...
  • Subbaraman, Nidhi (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2010)
    Music is part of human culture and has been around for several thousand years. In spite of its strong emotional appeal, the history of this human characteristic, and the source of its allure remain elusive. This thesis is ...
  • McKenna, Philip Rood (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2006)
    Since the fall of 2001, biologists have taught endangered whooping cranes how to migrate over a once-lost course stretching from the wetlands of central Wisconsin to the mud flats of Florida's Gulf Coast. Wildlife biologists ...
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