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Lean thinking and ERP functionality: A case analysis (2005)
Conference Proceeding
Gustafsson, A., & Grant, D. (2005). Lean thinking and ERP functionality: A case analysis. In Lost in Translation: Local practice versus global trends - Proceedings of the XVII NOFOMA Conference - Copenhagen Business School, Copenhagen, Denmark, 275 - 290

Amplitude and frequency estimator of a sinusoid (2005)
Journal Article
Hou, M. (2005). Amplitude and frequency estimator of a sinusoid. IEEE transactions on automatic control, 50(6), 855-858. doi:10.1109/TAC.2005.849244

A dynamic estimator with global convergence property is proposed to simultaneously reconstruct the unknown values of the amplitude, frequency, and offset of a sinusoidal signal which is measured. Several versions of the estimator along with illustrat... Read More about Amplitude and frequency estimator of a sinusoid.

Surface tension: Floater clustering in a standing wave (2005)
Journal Article
Falkovich, G., Weinberg, A., Denissenko, P., & Lukaschuk, S. (2005). Surface tension: Floater clustering in a standing wave. Nature, 435(7045), 1045-1046. doi:10.1038/4351045a

How do waves affect the distribution of small particles that float on water? Here we show that drifting small particles concentrate in either the nodes or antinodes of a standing wave, depending on whether they are hydrophilic or hydrophobic, as a re... Read More about Surface tension: Floater clustering in a standing wave.

Constructive implicit fitting (2005)
Journal Article
Li, Q., Griffiths, J. G., & Ward, J. (2005). Constructive implicit fitting. Computer aided geometric design, 23(1), 17-44. doi:10.1016/j.cagd.2005.04.011

In this paper, we present a constructive method for fitting both an explicit and an implicit curve or surface to a set of scattered points by using gate functions. With this technique, the data are first partitioned with geometric primitives into sma... Read More about Constructive implicit fitting.

Tuning of electronic coupling between self-assembled quantum dots (2005)
Journal Article
Rybchenko, S., Itskevich, I., Skolnick, M. S., Cahill, J., Tartakovskii, A. I., Hill, G., & Hopkinson, M. (2005). Tuning of electronic coupling between self-assembled quantum dots. Applied physics letters, 87(3), 033104. doi:10.1063/1.1995953

Semiconductor self-assembled quantum dots (SAQDs) normally have zero-dimensional properties, but become coupled and acquire higher-dimensional character if the distance between the dots is small. Using photoluminescence spectroscopy under high hydros... Read More about Tuning of electronic coupling between self-assembled quantum dots.

Why are small males aggressive? (2005)
Journal Article
Morrell, L. J., Lindström, J., & Ruxton, G. D. (2005). Why are small males aggressive?. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 272(1569), 1235-1241. https://doi.org/10.1098/rspb.2005.3085

Aggression is ubiquitous in the animal kingdom, whenever the interests of individuals conflict. In contests between animals, the larger opponent is often victorious. However, counter intuitively, an individual that has little chance of winning (gener... Read More about Why are small males aggressive?.

Unpublished manuscripts in British idealism : political philosophy, theology and social thought. 2 vols. (2005)
Book
(2005). Unpublished manuscripts in British idealism : political philosophy, theology and social thought. 2 vols

A selection of previously-unpublished manuscripts by British idealists (Bernard Bosanquet, Edward Caird, T.H. Green, and D.G. Ritchie), transcribed and edited for the first time.  Paperback reprint published in 2008 by Imprint Academic. Returne... Read More about Unpublished manuscripts in British idealism : political philosophy, theology and social thought. 2 vols..

The social construction of 'reproductive vulnerability' in family planning clinics (2005)
Journal Article
Hayter, M. (2005). The social construction of 'reproductive vulnerability' in family planning clinics. Journal of advanced nursing, 51(1), 46-54. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2648.2005.03459.x

Aim.  The aim of this paper is to report a study exploring the discursive construction of contraceptive use within nurse consultations with women in family planning clinics. Background.  This paper takes as its starting point the lack of a contrac... Read More about The social construction of 'reproductive vulnerability' in family planning clinics.

A psychometric evaluation of form C of the multi-dimensional health locus of control (MHLC-C) scale during early pregnancy (2005)
Journal Article
Jomeen, J., & Martin, C. R. (2005). A psychometric evaluation of form C of the multi-dimensional health locus of control (MHLC-C) scale during early pregnancy. Psychology, Health and Medicine, 10(2), (202-214). doi:10.1080/13548500512331315434. ISSN 1354-8506

The concept of locus of control (LOC) is an important psychological dimension within health research and the issue of personal control has become of increasing salience within the clinical domain of pregnancy, both psychologically and in relation to... Read More about A psychometric evaluation of form C of the multi-dimensional health locus of control (MHLC-C) scale during early pregnancy.

A Monte Carlo study of amphiphilic dendrimers: Spontaneous asymmetry and dendron separation (2005)
Journal Article
Giupponi, G., & Buzza, D. M. A. (2005). A Monte Carlo study of amphiphilic dendrimers: Spontaneous asymmetry and dendron separation. The Journal of chemical physics, 122(19), doi:10.1063/1.1896347

We study via Monte Carlo simulation the conformation of amphiphilic dendrimers for which terminal monomers (t) and internal monomers (i) interact differently with the solvent (s). Specifically, we have studied g=3,6 dendrimers as a function of χit, χ... Read More about A Monte Carlo study of amphiphilic dendrimers: Spontaneous asymmetry and dendron separation.

Sacral nerve stimulation for faecal incontinence (2005)
Journal Article
Pillinger, S. H., Gardiner, A., & Duthie, G. S. (2005). Sacral nerve stimulation for faecal incontinence. Digestive surgery, 22(1-2), 1-5. doi:10.1159/000084344

Faecal incontinence is a common problem. Conservative measures are effective in a significant proportion of patients. Failure of conservative management has until recently meant recourse to surgical intervention. Surgical treatment is often associate... Read More about Sacral nerve stimulation for faecal incontinence.

An extant cichlid fish radiation emerged in an extinct Pleistocene lake (2005)
Journal Article
Joyce, D. A., Lunt, D. H., Bills, R., Turner, G. F., Katongo, C., Duftner, N., …Seehausen, O. (2005). An extant cichlid fish radiation emerged in an extinct Pleistocene lake. Nature, 435(7038), 90-95. doi:10.1038/nature03489

The haplochromine cichlid fish of the East African Great Lakes represent some of the fastest and most species-rich adaptive radiations known(1), but rivers in most of Africa accommodate only a few morphologically similar species of haplochromine cich... Read More about An extant cichlid fish radiation emerged in an extinct Pleistocene lake.

Men behaving differently: South African men since 1994 (2005)
Journal Article
Walker, L. (2005). Men behaving differently: South African men since 1994. Culture, health & sexuality, 7(3), (225-238). doi:10.1080/13691050410001713215. ISSN 1369-1058

Liberal versions of sexuality, which mark South Africa's new democracy, have had a number of highly contradictory consequences for women and men, as old notions of masculinity and male privilege have been destabilized. The transition to democracy has... Read More about Men behaving differently: South African men since 1994.

Confirmation of an occluded anxiety component within the Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale (EPDS) during early pregnancy (2005)
Journal Article
Jomeen, J., & Martin, C. R. (2005). Confirmation of an occluded anxiety component within the Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale (EPDS) during early pregnancy. Journal of reproductive and infant psychology, 23(2), (143-154). doi:10.1080/02646830500129297. ISSN 0264-6838

The Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale (EPDS) is a screening tool for depression that has been used widely postnatally and increasingly antenatally. Recent investigations have suggested that the EPDS may actually be measuring both anxiety and depre... Read More about Confirmation of an occluded anxiety component within the Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale (EPDS) during early pregnancy.