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  • Lavery, C.; Davies, Gerry (2008-12-31)
  • Wright, Victoria (2012-08-29)
    The Apollo 11 moon landings. The Challenger space shuttle disaster. The 9/11 World Trade Centre attacks. Depending on your age, there’s a good chance you have a particularly vivid and highly detailed memory of at least one ...
  • Hegarty, Matthew John; Barker, Gary L.; Brennan, Adrian C.; Brennan, Adrian C.; Edwards, Keith J.; Abbott, Richard J.; Hiscock, Simon J. (2009-03)
    Hybridization is an important cause of abrupt speciation. Hybrid speciation without a change in ploidy (homoploid hybrid speciation) is well-established in plants but has also been reported in animals and fungi. A notable ...
  • Wu, Wei; Shen, Qiang; Qu, Yanpeng; Mac Parthaláin, Neil (2010-09-23)
    The assessment of mammographic risk analysis is an important issue in the medical field. Various approaches have been applied in order to achieve a higher accuracy in such analysis. In this paper, an approach known as ...
  • Wu, Wei; Shen, Qiang; Qu, Yanpeng; MacParthaláin, Neil Seosamh (IEEE Computational Intelligence Society, 2010-09)
    The assessment of mammographic risk analysis is an important issue in the medical field. Various approaches have been applied in order to achieve a higher accuracy in such analysis. In this paper, an approach known as ...
  • Russell, Joanne; Powell, Wayne; Caldwell, Katherine S.; Langridge, Peter (2006)
    In human genetics a detailed knowledge of linkage disequilibrium (LD) is considered a prerequisite for effective population-based, high-resolution gene mapping and cloning. Similar opportunities exist for plants; however, ...
  • Filatov, Dmitry A.; Ironside, Joseph E. (2009-12-17)
    Previous studies have demonstrated that the diversity of Y-linked genes is substantially lower than that of their X-linked homologs in the plant Silene latifolia. This difference has been attributed to selective sweeps, ...
  • Ironside, Joseph E.; Filatov, Dmitry A. (2005-10)
    Previous studies have demonstrated that the diversity of Y-linked genes is substantially lower than that of their X-linked homologs in the plant Silene latifolia. This difference has been attributed to selective sweeps, ...
  • Perkins, W. T. (2011-12-15)
    Elevated levels of selenium (maximum 200 mg/kg) and tellurium (maximum 11 mg/kg) are reported in topsoils (< 5 cm) from around a long-established nickel refinery at Clydach in the Lower Swansea Valley, UK. Se and Te are ...
  • Breen, A. R.; Fallows, R. A.; Bisi, M. M.; Thomasson, P.; Jordan, C. A.; Wannberg, G.; Jones, R. A. (2006-08-01)
    We present results of observations of interplanetary scintillation (IPS) made using the telescopes of the MERLIN and EISCAT networks in which the beam separation approached 2000 km, much larger than in any previous IPS ...
  • Scott, Len (2012-09)
    The role of American intelligence in the Cuban missile crisis is crucial to understanding perceptions and judgements of key actors in October 1962. Dino Brugioni’s Eyeball to Eyeball provides a detailed ‘insider’s’ account ...
  • Buffington, Andrew; Bach, Kirk G.; Bach, Bernhard W.; Bach, Erich K.; Bisi, M. M.; Hick, P. Paul; Jackson, Bernhard V.; Klupar, Peter D. (2009-08-20)
    We have fabricated a diamond-turned low-mass version of a toroidal mirror which is a key element for a spaceborne visible-light heliospheric imager. This mirror’s virtual image of roughly a hemisphere of sky is viewed by ...
  • Yu, Meng; Tiddeman, Bernard (2010-05-17)
    In this paper we describe a system for facial feature detection and tracking using a 3D extension of the Constrained Local Model (CLM) (Cristinacce and Cootes, 2006) algorithm. The use of a 3D shape model allows improved ...
  • Vu, Ngoc-Son; Dee, Hannah Mary; Caplier, Alice (2012-07)
    Real-world face recognition systems require careful balancing of three concerns: computational cost, robustness, and discriminative power. In this paper we describe a new descriptor, POEM (patterns of oriented edge ...
  • Ransom, Nicola; Rafferty, Pauline (2011)
    Purpose – This study aims to consider the value of user-assigned image tags by comparing the facets that are represented in image tags with those that are present in image queries to see if there is a similarity in the way ...
  • Hunter, David; Tiddeman, Bernie; Perrett, David (Cambridge University Press, 2012-05-01)
    In this chapter we outline current research into face ageing and explore both computational methods and perceived results. We describe methods to digitally alter an image of a human face of known age, such that the image ...
  • Hoon Yap, Moi; Ugail, Hassan; Zwiggelaar, Reyer (2014-04-01)
    Aims: To establish a rich Facial Action Coding System (FACS) coded database and to investigate the use of the facial visual cues for deception detection. Study Design: A within-participants design experiment was conducted, ...
  • Jones, Benedict C.; DeBruine, Lisa M.; Main, Julie C.; Little, Anthony C.; Welling, Lisa L. M.; Feinberg, David R.; Tiddeman, Bernie (2010-02-22)
    Responding appropriately to gaze cues is essential for fluent social interaction, playing a crucial role in social learning, collaboration, threat assessment and understanding others’ intentions. Previous research has shown ...
  • Feinberg, D. R.; Main, J. C.; Little, A. C.; Welling, L. L. M.; DeBruine, L. M.; Tiddeman, Bernie; Jones, B. C. (2010-03-17)
    Responding appropriately to gaze cues is essential for fluent social interaction, playing a crucial role in social learning, collaboration, threat assessment and understanding others¿ intentions. Previous research has shown ...
  • Tiddeman, Bernie; Yu, M. (2010-03-17)
    An international journal of algorithms, data structures and techniques for computer graphics and visualization, modeling, CAD & GIS systems, computer vision, image processing and pattern recognition, human computer ...