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    • Further Advances in Project Management : Guided Exploration in Unfamiliar Landscapes 

      Dalcher, Darren (Routledge, 2017-01)
      Projects are ubiquitous to modern society, yet, concerns around successful delivery, value realisation, resilience and making change stick force a significant re-evaluation of the scope and extent of the ‘normal’ project ...
    • Further Education and the New Managerialism 

      Randle, Keith; Brady, Norman (1997-06-01)
      As a result of the process of incorporation following the Further and Higher Education Act (1992), Cityshire College, a large further education (FE) college, left the jurisdiction of the local authority and gained greater ...
    • Further images of α Persei G dwarfs 

      Barnes, J R; Collier Cameron, A; James, D J; Steeghs, D (2001-09-21)
      We present two images of intermediate and low axial inclination G dwarfs (AP 149 and AP 193) in the young open cluster a Persei, and compare these with previous images of intermediate and high axial inclination objects in ...
    • A Further Reply to Jean-Philippe Robé on the Firm 

      Deakin, Simon; Gindis, David; Hodgson, Geoffrey (2022-02-28)
      Despite agreement on many points, including our shared insistence that ‘corporation’ and ‘firm’ are different concepts, Jean-Philippe Robé still maintains that they are mutually exclusive: no corporation is a firm, and no ...
    • Further studies of the efficacy of military, commercial and novel skin decontaminants against the chemical warfare agents sulphur mustard, soman and VX 

      Matar, Hazem; Price, Shirley; Chilcott, Robert (2019-02-01)
      Background/Aims: Following an incident involving toxic chemicals, deployment of countermeasures before the arrival of specialised services at the scene may provide a “therapeutic” window in which to mitigate skin absorption. ...
    • Further studies on the response to transplanted adult Ostertagia ostertagi in calves 

      McKellar, Quintin; Duncan, J. L.; Armour, J.; Lindsay, F. E.; McWilliam, P. (1987-01)
      Calves infected by surgical transplantation of adult Ostertagia ostertagi had raised levels of plasma pepsinogen and those in which the largest number of worms established also had elevated plasma gastrin concentrations. ...
    • Further thoughts on precision 

      Gray, D.; Bowes, David; Davey, Neil; Sun, Yi; Christianson, B. (2011)
      Background: There has been much discussion amongst automated software defect prediction researchers regarding use of the precision and false positive rate classifier performance metrics. Aim: To demonstrate and explain why ...
    • Further thoughts on precision 

      Gray, D.; Bowes, David; Davey, N.; Sun, Yi; Christianson, B. (2011)
      Background: There has been much discussion amongst automated software defect prediction researchers regarding use of the precision and false positive rate classifier performance metrics. Aim: To demonstrate and explain why ...
    • Furthering environmental impact assessment: towards a seamless connection between EIA and EMS 

      Perdicoúlis, Anastássios; Durning, Bridget; Palframan, Lisa; School of Life and Medical Sciences; Department of Human and Environmental Sciences; Health & Human Sciences Research Institute; Agriculture, Veterinary and Food Sciences; Geography, Environment and Agriculture; Ecology (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2012)
      The environmental impact of development projects is currently studied and mitigated from two distinct perspectives: before and after project implementation, with environmental impact assessment (EIA) and environmental ...
    • FUSE Observations of EC14026 Stars 

      Chayer, P.; Fontaine, G.; Fontaine, M.; Lamontagne, R.; Wesemael, F.; Dupuis, J.; Heber, U.; Napiwotzki, R.; Moehler, S. (2004)
      We present a FUSE abundance analysis of EC14026 stars. We compare the abundances of heavy elements in the atmospheres of EC14026 stars to non-pulsating stars with similar atmospheric parameters, and investigate whether ...
    • FUSE observations of PG1342+444 : new insights into the nature of the hottest DA white dwarfs 

      Barstow, M.A.; Good, S.A.; Holberg, J.B.; Burleigh, M.R.; Bannister, N.P.; Hubeny, I.; Napiwotzki, R. (2002)
      We present Far Ultraviolet Spectroscopic Explorer (FUSE) observations of the very hot (Teff≈60 000 K) DA white dwarf PG1342+444, describing our data reduction and analysis techniques. The spectrum reveals a number of ...
    • FUSE Observations of U Geminorum during Outburst and Decline 

      Froning, C.S.; Long, K.S.; Drew, J.E.; Knigge, C.; Proga, D. (2001)
    • The fusion method: a second generation object-oriented software development method 

      Diedrichsen, J. (University of Hertfordshire, 1995)
      An indication of the attractiveness of the object-oriented idea can be obtained by looking at the hype around this popular approach to software engineering which was and, in many cases still is, created by both the academic ...
    • Fusion of cross stream information in speaker verification 

      Alsaade, F.; Malegaonkar, A.; Ariyaeeinia, A. (Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, 2005)
      This paper addresses the performance of various statistical data fusion techniques for combining the complementary score information in speaker verification. The complementary verification scores are based on the static ...
    • Future Contingents, Non-Contradiction and the Law of Excluded Middle Muddle 

      Bourne, C. (2004-04)
      I show how to hold the view that future contingents are not either true or false without having to reject either the law of excluded middle or the law of non-contradiction. This is achieved without resorting to ...
    • Future Directions for the European Shrinking City 

      Neill, William, J.V.; Schlappa, Hans; Department of Management, Leadership and Organisation; Hertfordshire Business School; Centre for Research on Management, Economy and Society (Taylor & Francis, 2016-01-16)
    • A Future for Presentism 

      Bourne, Craig (OUP, 2006-12)
      Presentism, the view that only the present exists, was a much-neglected position in the philosophy of time for a number of years. Recently, however, it has been enjoying a renaissance among philosophers. A Future for ...
    • Future investigations of GPS and CSS radio sources with LOFAR 

      Snellen, I.; Rottgering, H.J.A.; Barthel, P.D.; Best, P.N.; Bruggen, M.; Conway, J.; Jarvis, M.J.; Lehnert, M.D.; Miley, G.K.; Morganti, R. (2009)
    • The Future of Assisted Dying in the UK 

      Carr, Claudia (2015-07-14)