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  • Walker, Joanne Heather; Wilson, Myra Scott (MIT Press, 2002)
    This paper investigates a system that uses a genetic algorithm to train a robot for a generalised test environment, then an evolutionary strategy to investigate the effect of continuing the evolution as the robot progresses ...
  • Reilly, T.; George, K.; Marfell-Jones, M.; Scott, M.; Sutton, L.; Wallace, J. A. (2009-03-19)
    The use of generic equations for estimating percent body fat from skinfold thicknesses can be criticised when applied to specific sports. The present aims were to compare existing methods of using skinfold data and to ...
  • Clare, Amanda; King, Ross Donald (2002)
    We wished to quantify the state-of-the-art of our understanding of clusters in microarray data. To do this we systematically compared the clusters produced on sets of microarray data using a representative set of clustering ...
  • Payne, Hannah (2011-03-28)
    Describes how to apply a seperate deposit license to a collection within a DSpace repository
  • Ireland, Richard (1999)
    In March 1998, an ink drawing by George Romney was sold at Agnew's for £17,500. In the catalogue it bore the title 'Torment - Scene in a Lazaretto' and that title recalls a number of other scenes by Romney executed in the ...
  • David Ian; Sarah; Department of Theatre, Film & Television Studies (Manchester University Press, 2013-10-01)
    A collection of critical essays considering (uniquely) the full range of Barker's achievements: as dramatist, director, scenographer, theorist, poet and painter.
  • David Ian (Palgrave Macmillan, 2009)
    Howard Barker’s theatre is uniquely alluring and startlingly original, bringing together classical discipline, moral ruthlessness and transgressive eroticism, in a form and experience Barker terms Theatre of Catastrophe. ...
  • Rabey, David Ian (Palgrave Macmillan, 2009-06-05)
    Howard Barker¿s theatre is uniquely alluring and startlingly original, bringing together classical discipline, moral ruthlessness and transgressive eroticism, in a form and experience Barker terms Theatre of Catastrophe. ...
  • Rabey, David Ian (Palgrave Macmillan, 2009-06-05)
    This is a paperback edition of this landmark study of Howard Barker's drama and poetry between 1969 and 1987. New paperback edition of this 1989 book will publish to coincide with major season of Barker's work in Paris in ...
  • David Ian (Palgrave Macmillan, 2009-01-30)
    This is a paperback edition of this landmark study of Howard Barker's drama and poetry between 1969 and 1987. New paperback edition of this 1989 book will publish to coincide with major season of Barker's work in Paris in ...
  • Jones, R. Neil (2011-06-09)
    Hubert Rees was born on 2 October 1923 in Llangennech, Carmarthenshire, in Wales, and died on 13 September 2009 in Aberystwyth. Hugh, as he was known to his wide circle of friends and colleagues, was educated at Llandovery ...
  • Meyrick, Robert Kendall (Aberystwyth University School of Art Press, 1991)
  • Meyrick, Robert (2004)
    Nowadays Hugh Blaker is remembered only as adviser to Gwendoline and Margaret Davies of Gregynog; it was his taste that influenced the sisters in the formation of their renowned collections of nineteenth-century French ...
  • Ghinelli, D.; Key, J. D.; McDonough, Thomas (2014-01-03)
    The hulls of codes from the row span over F_p, for any prime p, of incidence matrices of connected k-regular graphs are examined, and the dimension of the hull is given in terms of the dimension of the row span of A+kI ...
  • P. (2012-01)
    In this paper I challenge the obsession of many Anglophone human geographers with time-space and space-time. While acknowledging that spacing and timing are important dimensions of the unfolding of many events, I question ...
  • Abrahams, Peter William; Davies, Theo C.; Solomon, Abiye O.; Trow, Amanda Jayne; Wragg, Joanna (2013-01-07)
    The prime aim of our work is to report and comment on the bioaccessible concentrations – i.e., the soluble content of chemical elements in the gastrointestinal environment that is available for absorption – of a number of ...
  • Fitzsimmons, C. M.; Stewart, T. J.; Hoffmann, Karl F.; Grogan, Jane L.; Yazdanbakhsh, Maria; Dunne, David W. (2004-08)
    In Schistosoma mansoni and S. japonicum infection, the 22.6 kDa tegumental antigens Sm22.6 and Sj22.6 are principal targets for the human IgE response, and levels of IgE to Sm22.6 have been correlated with resistance to ...
  • Hoffmann, Karl F.; Dunne, David W.; Grogan, Jane L.; Fitzsimmons, Colin M.; Stewart, T. J.; Yazdanbakhsh, Maria (2011-01-04)
    In Schistosoma mansoni and S. japonicum infection, the 22·6 kDa tegumental antigens Sm22·6 and Sj22·6 are principal targets for the human IgE response, and levels of IgE to Sm22·6 have been correlated with resistance to ...
  • Chalmers, Iain W; Fitzsimmons, Colin M; Brown, Martha; Pierrot, Christine; Jones, Frances M.; Wawrzyniak, Jakub M; Fernandez-Fuentes, Narcis; Tukahebwa, Edridah M.; Dunne, David W; Khalife, Jamal; Hoffmann, Karl F (2015-07)
    BACKGROUND: The heptalaminate-covered, syncytial tegument is an important anatomical adaptation that enables schistosome parasites to maintain long-term, intravascular residence in definitive hosts. Investigation of the ...