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  • The Physiological Mechanisms of Effect of Vitamins and Amino Acids on Tendon and Muscle Healing: A Systematic Review 

    Tack, Chris; Shorthouse, Faye; Kass, Lindsy (2018-05-01)
    To evaluate the current literature via systematic review to ascertain whether amino acids/vitamins provide any influence on musculotendinous healing and if so, by which physiological mechanisms. Methods: EBSCO, PubMed, ...
  • Motion Hub, the implementation of an integrated end-to-end journey planner 

    Bevis, Keith; Copsey, Scott; Sozcu, Oycan; Fenner, Russell (2018-10-10)
    The term “eMobility” and been brought into use partly to encourage use of electric vehicles but more especially to focus on the transformation from electric vehicles as products to electrified personal transport as a ...
  • A decision support system for demand and capacity modelling of an accident and emergency department 

    Ordu, Muhammed; Demir, Eren; Tofallis, Christopher (2019-01-06)
    Accident and emergency (A&E) departments in England have been struggling against severe capacity constraints. In addition, A&E demands have been increasing year on year. In this study, our aim was to develop a decision ...
  • Exploring the dimensions of social capital that are effective mediators of long distance commuting impacts on wellbeing 

    Nicholas, Christopher; Murphy, Laurie; Blackman, Anna (2019-01-07)
    Long distance commuting (LDC) impacts are difficult to generalize due to interactions between neighbouring communities. This paper explored resident perceptions and the nature of social capital in Kalgoorlie-Boulder to ...
  • VISION - Vienna survey in Orion. III. Young stellar objects in Orion A 

    Großschedl, Josefa E.; Alves, João; Teixeira, Paula S.; Bouy, Hervé; Forbrich, Jan; Lada, Charles J.; Meingast, Stefan; Hacar, Álvaro; Ascenso, Joana; Ackerl, Christine; Hasenberger, Birgit; Köhler, Rainer; Kubiak, Karolina; Larreina, Irati; Linhardt, Lorenz; Lombardi, Marco; Möller, Torsten (2018-09-30)
    We extend and refine the existing young stellar object (YSO) catalogs for the Orion A molecular cloud, the closest massive star-forming region to Earth. This updated catalog is driven by the large spatial coverage (18.3 ...
  • Masses, Oxygen and Carbon abundances in CHEPS dwarf stars 

    Pavlenko, Y. V.; Kaminsky, B. M.; Jenkins, J. S.; Ivanyuk, O. M.; Jones, H. R. A.; Lyubchik, Yu P. (2019-01-15)
    Context. We report the results from the determination of stellar masses, carbon and oxygen abundances in the atmospheres of 107 stars from the CHEPS program. Our stars are drawn from a population with a significantly ...
  • The origin of radio emission in broad absorption line quasars: Results from the LOFAR Two-metre Sky Survey 

    Morabito, L. K.; Matthews, J. H.; Best, P. N.; Gürkan, G.; Jarvis, M. J.; Prandoni, I.; Duncan, K. J.; Hardcastle, M. J.; Kunert-Bajraszewska, M.; Mechev, A. P.; Mooney, S.; Sabater, J.; Röttgering, H. J. A.; Shimwell, T. W.; Smith, D. J. B.; Tasse, C.; Williams, W. L. (2018-08-16)
    We present a study of the low-frequency radio properties of broad absorption line quasars (BALQSOs) from the LOFAR Two-metre Sky-Survey Data Release 1 (LDR1). The value-added LDR1 catalogue contains Pan-STARRS counterparts, ...
  • LoTSS/HETDEX: Optical quasars I. Low-frequency radio properties of optically selected quasars 

    Gürkan, Gülay; Hardcastle, Martin; Best, Philip; Morabito, Leah; Prandoni, Isabella; Jarvis, Matt; Duncan, Ken; Rivera, Gabriela Calistro; Callingham, Joe; Cochrane, Rachel; Croston, Judith; Heald, George; Mingo, Beatriz; Mooney, Sean; Sabater, Jose; Röttgering, Huub; Shimwell, Timothy; Smith, Dan; Tasse, Cyril; Williams, Wendy (2018-10-10)
    The radio-loud/radio-quiet (RL/RQ) dichotomy in quasars is still an open question. Although it is thought that accretion onto supermassive black holes in the centre the host galaxies of quasars is responsible for some radio ...
  • The environments of radio-loud AGN from the LOFAR Two-Metre Sky Survey (LoTSS) 

    Croston, J. H.; Hardcastle, M. J.; Mingo, B.; Best, P. N.; Sabater, J.; Shimwell, T. W.; Williams, W. L.; Duncan, K. J.; Röttgering, H. J. A.; Brienza, M.; Gürkan, G.; Ineson, J.; Morabito, L. M.; Miley, G. K.; O'Sullivan, S. P.; Prandoni, I. (2018-10-10)
    An understanding of the relationship between radio-loud active galaxies and their large-scale environments is essential for realistic modelling of radio-galaxy evolution and environmental impact, for understanding AGN ...
  • Calibrating the relation of low-frequency radio continuum to star formation rate at 1 kpc scale with LOFAR 

    Heesen, V.; E., Buie II; Huff, C. J.; Perez, L. A.; Woolsey, J. G.; Rafferty, D. A.; Basu, A.; Beck, R.; Brinks, E.; Horellou, C.; Scannapieco, E.; Brüggen, M.; Dettmar, R. -J.; Sendlinger, K.; Nikiel-Wroczyński, B.; Chyży, K. T.; Best, P.N.; Heald, George H.; Paladino, R. (2018-10-15)
    Radio continuum (RC) emission in galaxies allows us to measure star formation rates (SFRs) unaffected by extinction due to dust, of which the low-frequency part is uncontaminated from thermal (free-free) emission. We ...
  • The intergalactic magnetic field probed by a giant radio galaxy 

    O'Sullivan, S. P.; Machalski, J.; Eck, C. L. Van; Heald, G.; Brueggen, M.; Fynbo, J. P. U.; Heintz, K. E.; Lara-Lopez, M. A.; Vacca, V.; Hardcastle, M. J.; Shimwell, T. W.; Tasse, C.; Vazza, F.; Andernach, H.; Birkinshaw, M.; Haverkorn, M.; Horellou, C.; Williams, W. L.; Harwood, J. J.; Brunetti, G.; Anderson, J. M.; Mao, S. A.; Nikiel-Wroczynski, B.; Takahashi, K.; Carretti, E.; Vernstrom, T.; Weeren, R. J. van; Orru, E.; Morabito, L. K.; Callingham, J. R. (2018-10-09)
    Cosmological simulations predict that an intergalactic magnetic field (IGMF) pervades the large scale structure (LSS) of the Universe. Measuring the IGMF is important to determine its origin (i.e. primordial or otherwise). ...
  • Escorting pregnant prisoners —the experiences of women and staff:‘Quite a lot of us like doing it, because you get to see a baby, or you get to see a birth’ 

    Abbott, Laura (2018-12-20)
    It is understood that pregnant women make up around 6% of the female prison population although precise numbers are not collated. There are limited qualitative studies published that document the experiences of pregnancy ...
  • Spectral ageing in the era of big data : Integrated versus resolved models 

    Harwood, Jeremy J. (2017-04-21)
    Continuous injection models of spectral ageing have long been used to determine the age of radio galaxies from their integrated spectrum; however, many questions about their reliability remain unanswered. With various large ...
  • VISION - Vienna survey in Orion. III. Young stellar objects in Orion A 

    Großschedl, Josefa E.; Alves, João; Teixeira, Paula S.; Bouy, Hervé; Forbrich, Jan; Lada, Charles J.; Meingast, Stefan; Hacar, Álvaro; Ascenso, Joana; Ackerl, Christine; Hasenberger, Birgit; Köhler, Rainer; Kubiak, Karolina; Larreina, Irati; Linhardt, Lorenz; Lombardi, Marco; Möller, Torsten (2018-09-30)
    We extend and refine the existing young stellar object (YSO) catalogs for the Orion A molecular cloud, the closest massive star-forming region to Earth. This updated catalog is driven by the large spatial coverage (18.3 ...
  • Political trials and the suppression of popular radicalism in England, 1799-1820 

    Navickas, Katrina (Palgrave Macmillan, 2018-12-31)
    This chapter examines the decision-making process between the Home Office and the government’s law officers in prosecuting individuals for sedition and treason in the period 1799–1820. The term state trial suggests a more ...
  • Preprint: Dissociable age effects across measures of autobiographical and episodic memory 

    Mair, Ali; Poirier, Marie; Conway, Martin A. (2018-12-24)
    The aim of this study was to investigate inconsistent findings in the ageing autobiographical memory literature. Twenty older and 20 younger adults were compared across a battery of tasks which measured memory for everyday ...
  • The LOFAR Two-metre Sky Survey - II. First data release 

    Shimwell, T. W.; Tasse, C.; Hardcastle, M. J.; Mechev, A. P.; Williams, W. L.; Best, P. N.; Röttgering, H. J. A.; Callingham, J. R.; Dijkema, T. J.; Gasperin, F. de; Hoang, D. N.; Hugo, B.; Mirmont, M.; Oonk, J. B. R.; Prandoni, I.; Rafferty, D.; Sabater, J.; Smirnov, O.; Weeren, R. J. van; White, G. J.; Atemkeng, M.; Bester, L.; Bonnassieux, E.; Brüggen, M.; Brunetti, G.; Chyży, K. T.; Cochrane, R.; Conway, J. E.; Croston, J. H.; Danezi, A.; Duncan, K.; Haverkorn, M.; Heald, G. H.; Iacobelli, M.; Intema, H. T.; Jackson, N.; Jamrozy, M.; Jarvis, M. J.; Lakhoo, R.; Mevius, M.; Miley, G. K.; Morabito, L.; Morganti, R.; Nisbet, D.; Orrú, E.; Smith, D. J. B.; Harwood, J. J.; Heesen, V.; Mahatma, V.; Mingo, B. (2018-09-12)
    The LOFAR Two-metre Sky Survey (LoTSS) is an ongoing sensitive, high-resolution 120-168MHz survey of the entire northern sky for which observations are now 20% complete. We present our first full-quality public data release. ...
  • Massive stars in the hinterland of the young cluster, Westerlund 2 

    Drew, J. E.; Herrero, A.; Mohr-Smith, M.; Monguio, M.; Wright, N. J.; Kupfer, T.; Napiwotzki, R. (2018-10-21)
    An unsettled question concerning the formation and distribution of massive stars is whether they must be born in massive clusters and, if found in less dense environments, whether they must have migrated there. With the ...
  • Analysis and Comparison of Score Normalisation Methods for Text-Dependent Speaker Verification 

    Ariyaeeinia, Aladdin; Sivakumaran, P. (1997)
    This paper presents an investigation into the relative effectiveness of various score normalisation methods for speaker verification. The study provides a thorough analysis of different approaches for normalising verification ...
  • Optimal Modeled Six-Phase Space Vector Pulse Width Modulation Method for Stator Voltage Harmonic Suppression 

    Luo, Qiwu; Zheng, Jian; Sun, Yichuang; Yang, Lijun (2018-09-29)
    Dual Y shift 30 six-phase motors are expected to be extensively applied in high-power yet energy-effective fields, and a harmonic-suppressing control strategy plays a vital role in extending their prominent features of low ...

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