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  • Carpenter, Mark D.; Hetherington, Janice I.; Lao, Liyun; Ramshaw, C.; Yeung, Hoi; Lam, Joseph K.-W.; Masters, Simon; Barley, Sarah (2011-12-07)
  • Nurse, Jason R. C.; Buckley, O. (Springer, 2017-11-02)
    The ubiquitous nature of the Internet provides an ideal platform for human communication, trade, information sharing and learning. Websites play a central role in these activities as they often act as a key point of ...
  • Matthews, Ron (Australian Public Affairs Information Service, 2021-11-01)
    No country has come close to China's long-term growth rate, which has averaged a remarkable 9.5% over the last 40 years. This sustained high level of economic activity has enabled a parallel expansion in defence spending. ...
  • Wilson, Frankie; Town, J. Stephen (Emerald Group Publishing, 2005-10-26)
    It remains unresolved from the literature whether benchmarking is a useful and appropriate tool for the library and information services sector. The aim of this research was to gather evidence to establish whether benchmarking ...
  • Rondao, Duarte; Aouf, Nabil; Richardson, Mark A.; Dubois-Matra, Olivier (Elsevier, 2020-04-07)
    Optical-based navigation for space is a field growing in popularity due to the appeal of efficient techniques such as Visual Simultaneous Localisation and Mapping (VSLAM), which rely on automatic feature tracking with ...
  • Hunn, Ruth A.; Elliott, Amanda C.; Town, J. Stephen (2005-10-26)
    This paper reports the process and findings of a benchmarking exercise conducted on 10 online information literacy tutorials from around the English speaking World. The benchmarking exercise comprised site visits and the ...
  • Abbott, B. P.; Davies, G. S.; LIGO Scientific Collaboration and Virgo Collaboration (American Physical Society, 2016-10)
    The first observational run of the Advanced LIGO detectors, from September 12, 2015 to January 19, 2016, saw the first detections of gravitational waves from binary black hole mergers. In this paper, we present full results ...
  • Georgiev, Krasin; Balleri, Alessio; Stove, Andy; Holderied, Marc W. (2018-07-20)
    Echolocating bats have evolved the ability to detect, resolve and discriminate targets in highly challenging environments using biological sonar. The way bats process signals in the receiving auditory system is not the ...
  • Georgiev, Krasin; Balleri, Alessio; Stove, Andy; Holderied, Marc (IEEE, 2017-06-06)
    Echolocating bats show a unique ability to detect, resolve and discriminate targets. The Spectrogram Correlation and Transformation (SCAT) receiver is a model of the Eptesicus fuscus auditory system that presents key signal ...
  • Lu, Zhenbo; Debiasi, Marco; Nguyen, Quoc Viet; Chan, Woei-Leong (American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, 2018-10-15)
    This work investigates the acoustic and thrust performances of different wing designs for a two-winged flapping-wing micro air vehicle (FW-MAV). The reference wings, made of a Mylar film membrane supported by carbon-fiber ...
  • Baker, C. J.; Smith, Graeme E.; Balleri, Alessio; Holderied, M.; Griffiths, H. D. (IEEE Institute of Electrical and Electronics, 2014-03-25)
    Nature provides a number of examples where acoustic echolocation is the primary sensing modality, the most well-known of these being the bat, whale and dolphin. All demonstrate a remarkable ability to "see with sound". ...
  • Elgy, James; Andre, Daniel; Finnis, Mark V. (IET, 2021-07-28)
    Through-wall radar is an emergent technology rooted in urban surveillance, a key component being synthetic aperture radar (SAR). Accurate through-wall SAR relies on knowledge of the refractive index and thickness of any ...
  • Lombardi, F.; Griffiths, H. D.; Balleri, Alessio (IET, 2017-10)
    With the proliferation of low-intensity conflict, landmines have proven to be one of the weapons of choice for both government and guerrilla forces around the world. Recent improvements to mine technology pose increasingly ...
  • Ostapkowicz, J.; Brock, Fiona; Widenhoeft, A. C.; Snoeck, C.; Pouncett, J.; Baksh-Comeau, Y.; Schulting, Rick J.; Claeys, P.; Mattielli, N.; Richards, M.; Boomert, A. (Elsevier, 2017-11-06)
    We report on the results of a multi-disciplinary project (including wood identification, radiocarbon dating and strontium isotope analysis) focused on a collection of pre-Columbian wooden carvings and human remains from ...
  • Watson, Celia H.; Horsfall, Ian; Champion, Stephen M.; Harrod, I. C. (2002-11-22)
    Factors such as edge sharpness and tip sharpness have been identified by Horsfall,1 as keyvariables in the testing of stab and slash resistant armours. This paper evaluates the influenceof blade sharpness on the mechanics ...
  • Critchley, Richard; Hazael, Rachael; Bhatti, Kamran; Wood, David; Peare, Alan; Johnson, Stephen; Temple, Tracey J. (SAGE, 2021-10-18)
    Protection of critical infrastructure in an urban environment is a challenging task, specifically against the vehicle bourne improvised explosive device threat. To design infrastructure to withstand this evolving threat, ...
  • Brock, Fiona; Eastaugh, Nicholas; Ford, Thierry; Townsend, Joyce H. (Cambridge University Press, 2019-07-11)
    Radiocarbon (14C) dating has previously been applied to modern paintings on canvas from the 20th century to identify potential modern forgeries, and dates indicate a time lag of several years between the harvesting of plant ...
  • Robert Scott, Robert Scott; Iain Lyburn, Iain Lyburn; Cornford, Eleanor; Bouzy, Pascaline; Stone, Nicholas; Greenwood, Charlene; Bouybayoune, Ihsanne; Pinder, Sarah; Rogers, Keith (British Institute of Radiology, 2022-07-25)
    Objectives: The importance of consistent terminology in describing the appearance of breast calcifications in mammography is well recognised. Imaging of calcifications using electron microscopy is a globally growing ...
  • Antill, Peter D.; Smith, Jeremy C. (Taylor & Francis, 2017-08-08)
    The financial crisis of 2008 and the economic recession that followed forced the UK Government to adopt measures to reduce public spending in order to deal with a growing budgetary deficit and the UK's spiralling sovereign ...

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