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The UHRA is a showcase of the research produced by the University of Hertfordshire. Research in UHRA can be viewed and downloaded freely by researchers and students all over the world.

As of 20-Jan-2017, the repository contains 15635 outputs, including fulltext where copyright permits.

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  • Lees-Maffei, Grace; Fallan, Kjetil; School of Creative Arts; Social Sciences, Arts & Humanities Research Institute; Art and Design; Theorising Visual Art and Design (2015-04-21)
    Postmodern theory might have finally killed off the utopian ideal of history as an objective science, but it has arguably left a vacuum, with no comprehensive debate on the role of subjectivity in history writing and its ...
  • Chemyakin, Eduard V.; Burton, Sharon P.; Kolgotin, Alexei; Mueller, D.; Hostetler, Chris A.; Ferrare, Richard A. (2016-03-16)
    We present an investigation of some important mathematical and numerical features related to the retrieval of microphysical parameters (complex refractive index, single-scattering albedo, effective radius, total number, ...
  • Carvalho, Catarina; Madelaine, Florent; Martin, Barnaby (IEEE, 2015-08-03)
    Inspired by computational complexity results for the quantified constraint satisfaction problem, we study the clones of idem potent polymorphisms of certain digraph classes. Our first results are two algebraic dichotomy, ...
  • Styles, John (2016-03-31)
    This article outlines an argument about the origins of the Industrial Revolution in textiles. It arises from the research project Spinning in the Era of the Spinning Wheel, 1400-1800, a study of spinning in England from ...
  • Zaichenkov, Pavel; Tveretina, Olga; Shafarenko, Alex (Springer, 2016-05-24)
    Modularity and decontextualization are core principles of a service-oriented architecture. However, the principles are often lost when it comes to an implementation of services due to rigid service interfaces. This paper ...

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