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  • Low, M.R.; Christianson, B. (University of Hertfordshire, 1995)
    Authentication servers and certification authorities are usually viewed simply as alternative ways of providing the same service. In this paper we show that the differences in the natures of these two approaches are more ...
  • Woods, Philip (2007)
    This article emphasises the extent to which conceptions of authenticity are forged through social interaction and socially mediated identities and how, in turn, authentic leadership involves the transformation of the ...
  • Payne, H. (2001)
    This paper explores the ways in which the discipline of Authentic Movement (Pallaro 1999) might be used as an avenue for developing the ‘wise inner teacher/higher self’ (Rowan 1993) or the ‘internal supervisor’ (Casement ...
  • Payne, H. (2003)
    Authentic Movement is a newly emerging discipline of kinetic meditation through which the participant can learn to engage with a direct experience of herself, the group and the transpersonal. This is an experience beyond ...
  • Holderness, G. (2009)
    Since 1996, not a year has passed without the publication of at least one Shakespeare biography. Yet for many years the place of the author in the practice of understanding literary works has been problematized, and even ...
  • Larvor, B. (Springer, 2010)
    How can a teacher be authoritative without being authoritarian? Throughout his adult life, Lakatos campaigned against authoritarian teaching on both scientific and political grounds, without always disentangling the two. ...
  • Ho, W.C.; Dautenhahn, K.; Nehaniv, C.L. (IEEE, 2005)
    In this paper, we extend our previous work in investigating the performance of different autobiographic memory control architectures which are developed based on a basic subsumption control architecture for Artificial Life ...
  • Ho, W.C.; Watson, S. (2006)
    It has been widely acknowledged in the areas of human memory and cognition that behaviour and emotion are essentially grounded by autobiographic knowledge. In this paper we propose an overall framework of human autobiographic ...
  • Knaggs, A. L.; Delis, K. T.; Spearpoint, K.G.; Zideman, D. A. (2002-12)
    Revision open heart surgery may be impeded by a dense network of pericardial adhesions rendering cardiac mobilization laborious or incomplete, and internal defibrillation impossible. External defibrillation, the current ...
  • Lilley, M.; Barker, T.; Britton, C. (Loughborough University, 2005)
    This paper reports on an empirical study regarding the generation of automated feedback for a computer-adaptive test (CAT) application. In the study reported here, two groups of Computer Science undergraduate students ...
  • Barker, Trevor (2010)
    The results of the recent national students survey (NSS) revealed that a major problem in HE today is that of student feedback. Research carried out by members of the project team in the past has led to the development of ...
  • Kandl, Susanne; Kirner, Raimund; Puschner, Peter (IEEE, 2007)
    In this paper, we introduce an approach for automated verification and testing of ANSI C programs for embedded systems. We automatically extract an automaton model from the C code of the SUT (system under test). This ...
  • Barker, T. (2011)
    The recent National Students Survey showed that feedback to students was an ongoing problem in Higher Education. This paper reports on the extension of our past research into the provision of automated feedback for objective ...
  • Horstmann, M.; Lorenz, M.; Watkowski, A.; Ioannidis, G.; Herzog, O.; King, A.; Evans, D.G.; Hagen, C.; Schlieder, C.; Burn, Anne-Marie; King, N.; Petrie, H.; Dijkstra, S.; Crombie, D. (2004-12-01)
    The EU-supported TeDUB (Technical Drawings Understanding for the Blind) project is developing a software system that aims to make technical diagrams accessible to blind and visually impaired people. It consists of two ...
  • Jenness, T.; Stevens, J. A.; Archibald, E.N.; Economou, F.; Jessop, N.; Robson, E.I.; Tilanus, R.P.J.; Holland, W.S. (Astronomical Society of the Pacific, 2001)
    The Submillimetre Common User Bolometer Array (SCUBA) instrument has been operating on the James Clerk Maxwell Telescope (JCMT) since 1997. The data archive is now sufficiently large that it can be used for investigating ...
  • Egri-Nagy, A.; Nehaniv, C.L.; Rhodes, J.L.; Schilstra, M. (2008)
    We propose a modeling and analysis method for biochemical reactions based on finite state automata. This is a completely different approach compared to traditional modeling of reactions by differential equations. Our method ...
  • Done, D.J.; Frith, C.D. (1989)
    Drug-free schizophrenics were compared with depressive psychotics and normal controls on two saccade initiation tasks which differed with respect to the type of stimulus that initiated a saccadic response. Strategic ...
  • Kirner, Raimund; Haas, W. (2009)
    Code-coverage-based testing is a widely-used testing strategy with the aim of providing a meaningful decision criterion for the adequacy of a test suite. Code-coverage-based testing is also used for the development of ...
  • McGuiness, J. (2006)
    There has been an ever-widening gap between processor and memory speeds, resulting in a 'memory wall' where the time for memory accesses dominates performance. To counter this, architectures that use many very small threads ...