Washington and Lee's Digital Archive
The Washington and Lee University Digital Archive serves to preserve, share, and enhance the use of materials owned or created by WLU and members of its community by making these materials available in a digital format.
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Our archive does not accept data sets and accompanying files. However, preserving and providing open access to such data is essential to further research and is a key value of the scientific community, so we encourage you to place your data in a repository designed specifically for data.
This archive is maintained by the University Library. If you have questions, comments, or problems with the accessibility of this archive's content, please contact Digital Scholarship Librarian Paula S. Kiser or Digital Services Manager Cindy Morton at email@example.com
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The optimal timber rotation problem appears in many introductory environmental economics textbooks and has been a standard illustration of the relation between market rates of return and economic decision-making for decades. ...
For each n in N, let Sn be the Schreier set of order n and XSn be the corresponding Schreier space of order n. In their 1989 paper "The lambda-property in Schreier space S and the Lorentz space d(a, 1), Th. Shura and D. ...
To closely examine how the Scots and Scots-Irish managed to have such an impact on colonial Virginia, this study draws from primary source documents from or about immigrants during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. ...
This project is an attempt to argue two things: first, that the Social Intuitionist Model can be used to advance forward a rational sentimentalist framework, and second, that empathy is necessary for both the existence and ...