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  • Garcia-Perez, Alexeis; Mitra, Amit (2008-05-28)
    Contextual complexities as a result of the nature of knowledge based resources of organisations are increasingly the bases of competitive advantage. In the third generation of KM theories and techniques, intra-organisational ...
  • Antill, Peter D. (2016-07-11)
    A resurgence in spending on manned and unmanned air power across Asia-Pacific is largely being driven by regional and territorial disputes, and the desire to keep up with near neighbours in a regional arms race.
  • Kechagias-Stamatis, Odysseas (SPIE, 2018-12-04)
    Driven by the great success of deep convolutional neural networks (CNNs) that are currently used by quite a few computer vision applications, we extend the usability of visual-based CNNs into the synthetic aperture radar ...
  • Soori, Umair; Yuen, Peter W. T.; Ibrahim, Izzati; Han, Ji Wen; Hong, Kan; Chen, Wentao; Merfort, Christian; James, David B.; Richardson, Mark A. (Spie -- the Int Soc for Optical Engineering, 2013-06-28)
    People tracking using colour feature in crowded scene through CCTV network have been a popular and at the same time a very difficult topic in computer vision. It is mainly because of the difficulty for the acquisition of ...
  • Davies, Gareth S.; Pitkin, Matthew; Woan, Graham (Institute of Physics, 2016-03)
    We present an improved method of targeting continuous gravitationalwave signals in data from the LIGO and Virgo detectors with a higher efficiency than the time-domain Bayesian pipeline used in many previous searches. Our ...
  • Dodd, Lorraine (Palgrave Macmillan, 2018-11-09)
    This paper addresses the challenge for Operational Research (OR) in extending out from traditional forms of modelling towards a more relational form of modelling. The challenge comes from OR practice becoming more ...
  • Horsman, Graeme (Wiley, 2022-08-15)
    One of the primary roles of a practitioner in the field of digital forensics (DF) is to conduct the examination of any lawfully seized digital device content and report upon any findings that may support an inquiry being ...
  • Norris, Dana; Braekmans, Dennis; Shortland, Andrew J. (Elsevier, 2022-03-04)
    Chinese painted enamel is an artistic tradition of enamelled copperwares developed during the Kangxi period (1662–1722), commonly referred to as Canton enamel after the Wade-Giles spelling of Guangzhou. In this study, ...
  • Erb-Satullo, Nathaniel L. (Springer Nature, 2021-10-13)
    In research on early invention and innovation, technological “firsts” receive enormous attention, but technological “lasts”—instances of abandonment and rejection—are arguably more informative about human technological ...
  • Kocher, Arthur; Papac, Luka; Barquera, Rodrigo; Key, Felix M.; Spyrou, Maria A.; Hübler, Ron; Rohrlach, Adam B.; Aron, Franziska; Stahl, Raphaela; Wissgott, Antje; et al. (American Association for the Advancement of Science, 2021-10-07)
    Hepatitis B virus (HBV) has been infecting humans for millennia and remains a global health problem, but its past diversity and dispersal routes are largely unknown. We generated HBV genomic data from 137 Eurasians and ...
  • Bokhari, Davor; Teagle, Mike; Horsfall, Ian (2016-05-13)
    Spacing and obliquity, when used together, are known to provide one of the most weight efficient solutions for armor protection. Although this configuration has been widely used over almost 100 years there is little ...
  • Filippidou, Anastasia (Taylor & Francis, 2023-09-19)
    The chapter examines the duality of terrorism, by focusing on the constancy of its foundations, and by also analysing the continually changing surface of terrorism. The former refers to the causes and fundamentals of ...
  • Hill, Martin (2021-03-24)
    We usually have too little time and too much data to assess, communicate and act before the situation changes. The relevant data “SUCs”: it is Scattered across different sources, Unreliable, and Cluttered by irrelevant ...
  • Bloodworth-Race, Susie; Critchley, Richard; Hazael, Rachael; Peare, Alan; Temple, Tracey J. (Elsevier, 2021-05-11)
    Modern era combat helmets have different iterations and configurations to offer greater protection from blunt impact or ballistic penetration to suit the theatre of operation, although there are currently no standards for ...
  • Brock, Fiona; Dee, Michael; Hughes, Andrew; Snoeck, Christophe; Staff, Richard; Ramsey, Christopher B. (University of Arizona / Cambridge University Press, 2017-08-09)
    To achieve a reliable radiocarbon date for an object, any contamination that may be of a different age must be removed prior to dating. Samples that have been conserved with treatments such as adhesives, varnishes or ...
  • Snoeck, Christophe; Schulting, Rick J.; Brock, Fiona; Rodler, Alexandra S.; van Ham-Meert, Alicia; Mattielli, Nadine; Ostapkowicz, Joanna (Frontiers, 2021-01-12)
    Strontium isotope ratios (87Sr/86Sr) are commonly used in archeological and forensic studies to assess if humans and fauna are local to the place they were found or not. This approach is largely unexplored for wooden ...
  • Abbott, B. P.; Davies, G. S.; LIGO Scientific Collaboration and Virgo Collaboration (American Physical Society, 2016-05-31)
    The LIGO detection of GW150914 provides an unprecedented opportunity to study the two-body motion of a compact-object binary in the large-velocity, highly nonlinear regime, and to witness the final merger of the binary and ...
  • Salleh, S. M.; Jusoh, M.; Ismail, A. H.; Kamarudin, M. R.; Nobles, P.; Rahim, M. K. A.; Sabapathy, T.; Osman, M. N. (IEEE, 2017-12-25)
    This paper proposes the design of a reconfigurable circularly polarized textile antenna. The circular polarization feature in the proposed antenna is generated by the edge-truncation of a rectangular patch and the incorporation ...
  • Horsman, Graeme (Elsevier, 2022-08-05)
    Digital forensic practitioners often utilise a range of tools throughout their casework in order to access, identify and analyse relevant data, making them a vital part of conducting thorough, efficient and accurate digital ...
  • Yilmaz, O.; Aouf, Nabil; Checa, E; Majewski, L; Sanchez-Gestido, M (Sage Publications, 2017-11-17)
    In space, visual based relative navigation systems suffer from dynamic illumination conditions of the target (Eclipse conditions, solar glare...etc.) where most of these issues are addressed by advanced mission planning ...

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