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  • Pan, Rong; Wang, Yiyan; Zhao, Zhen; Xu, Wei; Yan, P; Wang, Jiaqi; Sun, Guo Chao (IEEE, 2010)
    Based on the platform of laser-triggered surface flashover in pulsed voltage, experiment of laser-triggered surface flashover is carried out in air and vacuum condition with pulsed voltage. A single/double harmonic, with ...
  • Darcy, Simon; Ravinder, Gopala (Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode, 2008)
    The low-cost airline business model is predicated on an application of Porter's cost-leadership strategy wherein the aim is to be THE low-cost producer in the broad aviation market. On the one hand, from the supply side, ...
  • Billett, Stephen; Dymock, Darryl; Johnson, Greer; Martin, Gregory (Routledge, 2011)
    Many countries are becoming increasingly reliant upon an aging workforce. Yet, much literature positions older workers as `last resort? employees, held in low esteem by employers whose preference for youth extends into ...
  • Barker, Tom; Gardner, Nicole; Haeusler, Matthias; Tomitsch, Martin (The Association for Computer-Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia, 2011)
    The research presented in this paper is an investigation into how ubiquitous computing technologies can contribute to improving the quality of existing public transport environments through the integration of responsive ...
  • Mcneil, Peter (Berg, 2009)
    A well-established history of costume has argued that a dynamic fashion system emerged within a conjunction of the competing polities of France, England and Burgundy in the la te Middle Ages, and also that, around 1350, ...
  • Xu, Yi Da; Jin, Jesse Sheng (Springer-Verlag Berlin, 2005)
    In recent times, computer vision and pattern recognition (CVPR) technologies made automatic feature extraction, events detection possible in real-time, on-the-fly video processing and streaming systems. However, these ...
  • Yunusa, Isa; Fuentes, S; Palmer, Anthony; Macinnis-Ng, Catriona; Zeppel, Melanie; Eamus, Derek (Elsevier Science Bv, 2011)
    Revegetation to restore hydrological function to highly disturbed landscapes used for waste disposal or mining is often constrained by the initial low rates of water-use during the early phases of the developing vegetation. ...
  • Sammel, Mary; Ryan, Louise; Legler, Julie (Blackwell Publishing, 1997)
    We propose a latent variable model for mixed discrete and continuous outcomes. The model accommodates any mixture of outcomes from an exponential family and allows for arbitrary covariate effects, as well as direct modelling ...
  • Legler, J.; Ryan, Louise (American Statistical Association, 1997)
    Multiple outcomes are commonly measured in:the study of birth defects. The reason is that most teratogens do not cause a single, uniquely defined defect, but rather result in a range of effects, including major malformations, ...
  • Geweke, John; Singleton, K. (Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., 1981)
    Abstract: The theory of estimation and inference in a very general class of latent variable models for time series is developed by showing that the distribution theory for the finite Fourier transform of the observable ...
  • Sammel, Mary; Ryan, Louise (International Biometric Soc, 1996)
    We discuss latent variable models that allow for fixed effect covariates, as well as covariates affecting the latent variable directly. Restricted maximum likelihood and maximum likelihood are used to estimate model ...
  • Rungie, Cam; Louviere, Jordan; Coote, Leonard (Public Knowledge Project - Open Journal Systems, 2012)
    This paper describes and applies a general approach for incorporating factors with structural equations into models for discrete choice. The approach gives form to the covariance matrix in random coefficient models. The ...
  • Xia, Hx; Guo, Wenshan; Wu, Xindong; Pi, Yong Lin; Bradford, Mark (Academic Press Ltd Elsevier Science Ltd, 2008)
    A dynamic model of a coupled train-girder-pier system is developed in this paper. Each vehicle in a train is modeled with 27 degrees-of-freedom for a 4-axle passenger coach or freight car, and 31 for a 6-axle locomotive. ...
  • Monahan, Leigh; Robinson, Andrew; Harry, Elizabeth (Wiley-Blackwell Publishing, Inc, 2009)
    Cell division in bacteria is facilitated by a polymeric ring structure, the Z ring, composed of tubulin-like FtsZ protofilaments. Recently it has been shown that in Bacillus subtilis, the Z ring forms through the cell ...
  • Wiltschko, Wolfgang; Munro, Ursula; Ford, Hugh; Wiltschko, Roswitha (CSIRO Publishing, 2003)
  • Rogers, Lesley; Munro, Ursula; Freire, Rafael; Wiltschko, Roswitha; Wiltschko, Wolfgang (Elsevier Science Bv, 2008)
    Previous research has shown that the ability to orient with the use of directional cues from the geomagnetic field is lateralized in three avian species: orientation is possible when the birds are restricted to use of their ...
  • Erkmen, Recep; Attard, Mario (PERGAMON-ELSEVIER SCIENCE LTD, 2011)
    In this paper, lateral-torsional buckling behavior of open-section thin-walled beams is investigated based on a geometrically nonlinear formulation, which considers the effects of shear deformations. A finite element ...
  • Chan, Cx; Beiko, Rg; Darling, Aaron; Ragan, Ma (Oxford Univ Press, 2009)
    Lateral genetic transfer (LGT) involves the movement of genetic material from one lineage into another and its subsequent incorporation into the new host genome via genetic recombination. Studies in individual taxa have ...
  • Russell, Helen (Routledge Taylor & Francis Group, 2008)
    In this article, an emerging framework for investigating and interpreting the experiences of learning in later life is presented. This framework is contextualized by a study in which the lived experiences of later-life ...
  • Russell, Helen (Linkoping University Electronic Press (LiU E-Press), 2011)
    This paper is based on a qualitative study of later life computer learners and their learning experiences in Sydney, Australia. Participants were aged between 63 and 86 years and undertaking lessons from peer tutors in ...