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    • 10th Street substation excavation of the Acequia Madre (41 BX 8), San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas 

      Cox, I. Waynne (Archaeological Report No. 153, 1985)
      The acequias or irrigation systems were an important factor in the early history of San Antonio. One of the earliest of these was the Acequia Madre (41 BX 8) or Mother Ditch. Recently, proposed construction by City Public ...
    • 1975 Archaeological investigations at Old Ursuline Academy, San Antonio, Texas 

      Katz, Paul R. (Archaeological Report No. 34, 1977)
      Archaeological investigations were conducted at Old Ursuline Academy (41 BX 235), presently the Southwest Craft Center, during the month of October, 1975. This work was necessitated by planned renovations to the dormitory ...
    • The 1979 Archaeological Survey of Portions of the Choke Canyon Reservoir in Live Oak and McMullen Counties, Texas 

      Roemer, Erwin, Jr. (Choke Canyon Series;Volume 4, 1981)
      The Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, conducted an intensive surface survey aimed at location and evaluation of cultural resources in portions of the Choke Canyon Reservoir in Live ...
    • 1999 excavations at Mission Rosario 

      Nickels, David L. (Archaeological Report No. 298, 2000)
      Mission Nuestra Senora del Rosario founded in 1754, is located four miles west of modem-day Goliad, Texas. Established for the Karankawa Indians, it was finally abandoned in 1808. Archaeological investigations have been ...
    • 1999 Reburial at Mission San Juan Capistrano, San Antonio, Texas 

      Tomka, Steve A.; Zapata, José E. (Archaeological Report No. 311, 2001)
      On November 15, 1999, the Center for Archaeological Research (CAR), The University of Texas at San Antonio, returned 122 curation boxes containing human remains of between 103 and 125 individuals to Monsignor Balthazar ...
    • 2020 

      Palissery, Jeslin (2020-09-06)
      This journal entry is about how my 2020 was affected by the pandemic and how everything changed.
    • 2020 Was A S*** Show 

      Wall, Derrick (2020-11-27)
      2020 has been a rough year, for everyone that has hopefully lived through this year. To many truly despairing moments, and that takes a toll on the mental. I decided to put my feelings of what I went through, and many ...
    • 2020, America Revealed 

      Dehoyos, Toni (2020-12-10)
      The 2020 pandemic hit and a lot of things changed and thousands of people were against guidelines and mandates, turning a blind eye to something very serious. I was inspired to create a print for depicting America and ...
    • 2020: The Year We Stood Still 

      Garcia, Kaitlyn (2020-08-28)
      A personal narrative depicting the struggles that came with this year of 2020 but also the victories that flourished from it.
    • 3-D biocompatible microneedle arrays with nanoporous surface 

      Chen, Po Chun; Hsieh, Sheng Jen (Proceedings of the 24th International Conference on Flexible Automation & Intelligent Manufacturing, 2014)
      During the past few years, developing painless needles or patches to replace traditional hypodermic needles has been investigated. Since micromachining can be used to construct a high density metallic micropillar array, ...
    • 3D printing with reusable voxels: A faster and greener future 

      Stipe, Audrey; Wan, HungDa (Proceedings of the 24th International Conference on Flexible Automation & Intelligent Manufacturing, 2014)
      Many of the applications in the 3D printing market have been for manufacturing prototypes in an inexpensive and relatively fast manner. Today, 3D printers make this possible by no longer having to use third party manufacturers. ...
    • 41 BX 68: A prehistoric quarry-workshop in northern Bexar County, Texas 

      McGraw, A. Joachim; Valdez, Fred (Archaeological Report No. 56, 1978)
      During late February and early March of 1978, personnel from the Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, conducted intensive mapping and limited subsurface testing of the prehistoric ...
    • 41MV120: a stratified late archaic site in Maverick County, Texas 

      Vierra, Bradley J. (Archaeological Report No. 251, 1998)
      This report presents the findings of the data recovery program conducted at site 41MV120. The excavation was conducted under a contractual agreement with the Texas Department of Transportation under Texas Antiquities Pennit ...
    • A 3D Printed Linear Pneumatic Actuator for Position, Force and Impedance Control 

      Krause, Jeremy; Bhounsule, Pranav (2018-05-24)
      Although 3D printing has the potential to provide greater customization and to reduce the costs of creating actuators for industrial applications, the 3D printing of actuators is still a relatively new concept. We have ...
    • A Bayesian network based decision support system 

      Chen, Wen-Hsin; Wang, Wei-Hua Andrew (Proceedings of the 24th International Conference on Flexible Automation & Intelligent Manufacturing, 2014)
      In this highly dynamic environment, data and information are rapidly changing in time. For a decision support system, to capture continuum data and then to extract knowledge from data is in high demand. Our research work ...
    • A Computational Approach to Explore the Interaction of Semisynthetic Nitrogenous Heterocyclic Compounds with the SARS-CoV-2 Main Protease 

      Llanes, Alejandro; Cruz, Héctor; Nguyen, Viet D.; Larionov, Oleg V.; Fernández, Patricia L. (2020-12-27)
      In the context of the ongoing coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic, numerous attempts have been made to discover new potential antiviral molecules against its causative agent, SARS-CoV-2, many of which focus on its ...
    • A constructive cooperative coevolutionary algorithm applied to press line optimisation 

      Glorieux, Emile; Svensson, Bo; Danielsson, Fredrik; Lennartson, Bengt (Proceedings of the 24th International Conference on Flexible Automation & Intelligent Manufacturing, 2014)
      Simulation-based optimisation often considers computationally expensive problems. Successfully optimising such large scale and complex problems within a practical timeframe is a challenging task. Optimisation techniques ...
    • A Conway–Maxwell–Poisson Type Generalization of Hypergeometric Distribution 

      Roy, Sudip; Tripathi, Ram C.; Balakrishnan, Narayanaswamy (2023-02-02)
      The hypergeometric distribution has gained its importance in practice as it pertains to sampling without replacement from a finite population. It has been used to estimate the population size of rare species in ecology, ...
    • A Cross-Lagged Panel Analysis of Psychometric Intelligence and Achievement in Reading and Math 

      Watkins, Marley W.; Styck, Kara M. (2017-09-01)
      A cross-lagged panel analysis of Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children-Fourth Edition (WISC-IV) intelligence test scores and reading and math achievement test scores of 337 students twice assessed for special education ...
    • A Cultural Resource Inventory of 550 Previously Surveyed Acres on Camp Swift, Bastrop County, Texas 

      Munoz, Cynthia M. (Archaeological Report No. 423, 2012)
      From November 2011 to January 2012, the Center for Archaeological Research (CAR) of The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) conducted an intensive archaeological reconnaissance survey of 550 acres of previously ...