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Analysis of liquid resource play potential in China (2014)
Conference Proceeding
Smith, N. J., Evans, K. C., Robinson, L. J., & Cowley, L. A. (2014). Analysis of liquid resource play potential in China. https://doi.org/10.15530/URTEC-2014-1906965

The overwhelming impact of unconventional exploration in the United States of America has sparked global interest in the development of shale resource plays. In China, although shale gas exploration has been a key focus in the past five years, partic... Read More

A safety analysis approach to clinical workflows : application and evaluation (2014)
Journal Article
Gordon, N., Kabir, S., Sharvia, S., Walker, M., & Al-Qora’n, L. (in press). A safety analysis approach to clinical workflows : application and evaluation. International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications, 4(3), 82-91. doi:10.14569/SpecialIssue.2014.040310

Clinical workflows are safety critical workflows as they have the potential to cause harm or death to patients. Their safety needs to be considered as early as possible in the development process. Effective safety analysis methods are required to ens... Read More

Victorians on screen: The nineteenth century on British television, 1994-2005 (2014)
Book
Kleinecke-Bates, I. (2014). Victorians on screen: The nineteenth century on British television, 1994-2005. Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1057/9781137316721

Victorians on Screen investigates the representation of the Victorian age on British television from the mid-1990s to the mid-2000s. Structured around key areas of enquiry specific to British television, it avoids a narrow focus on genre by instead t... Read More

Reliability analysis of dynamic systems by translating temporal fault trees into Bayesian networks (2014)
Book Chapter
Kabir, S., Walker, M., & Papadopoulos, Y. (2014). Reliability analysis of dynamic systems by translating temporal fault trees into Bayesian networks. In Model-Based Safety and Assessment; Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 96-109. Springer Verlag. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-12214-4_8

Classical combinatorial fault trees can be used to assess combinations of failures but are unable to capture sequences of faults, which are important in complex dynamic systems. A number of proposed techniques extend fault tree analysis for dynamic s... Read More

'By the sweet power of musicke'. Effect in Shakespeare's musical imagery (2014)
Journal Article
Wilson, C. (2014). 'By the sweet power of musicke'. Effect in Shakespeare's musical imagery. Comparatio, 6(2), 241-262

Der vorliegende Beitrag unternimmt es, die vielfältigen Dimensionen von Shakespeares musikalischer Bildlichkeit zu erschließen: Er bietet einen Überblick über die verschiedenartigen Formen musikalischer Komponenten und ihre teilweise sehr subtile Ver... Read More

The complexities, contradictions and consequences of being 'anti-social' in Northern Ireland (2014)
Book Chapter
Gormally, S. (2014). The complexities, contradictions and consequences of being 'anti-social' in Northern Ireland. In Anti-social Behaviour in Britain, 179-191. doi:10.1057/9781137399311_15

Anti-social behaviour as a concept has numerous complexities. The definitional slippages and lack of clarity often lead to a range of contextually specific consequences. Although Northern Ireland is in the process of working through and moving away f... Read More

China’s “power projection” capabilities (2014)
Journal Article
Kane, T. (2014). China’s “power projection” capabilities. Parameters, 44(4), 27-37

This article examines China’s ability to influence conflicts beyond its immediate area through both conventional and unorthodox means. Decision-makers and intelligence analysts at all levels should note America’s influence within the Pacific region i... Read More

Individualization and the aporias of modernity (2014)
Journal Article
Argyrou, V. (2014). Individualization and the aporias of modernity. International Political Anthropology, 7(2), 3-18

Ulrich Beck’s musings on individualization have been described as a theory that provides a convincing explanation of what is happening in society, but has it seemed convincing because of its superior explanatory power or because it says what those wh... Read More

A persistent phenomenon: private prize-taking in the British Atlantic world, c.1540-1856 (2014)
Book Chapter
Starkey, D. J., & McCarthy, M. (2014). A persistent phenomenon: private prize-taking in the British Atlantic world, c.1540-1856. In S. Eklöf Amirell, & L. Müller (Eds.), Persistent Piracy, 131-151. Palgrave Macmillan UK. https://doi.org/10.1057/9781137352866_7

The British Atlantic world was ‘created by kaleidoscopic movements of people, goods and ideas’ that spiralled out of England, Scotland and Ireland (hereafter, Britain) from the sixteenth century onwards.1 A desire to gain at the expense of foreigners... Read More

Passing on the reins of responsibility? Comparing school principals’ values and practices in a ‘wicked’ reality (2014)
Journal Article
Wright, N., & Bottery, M. (2014). Passing on the reins of responsibility? Comparing school principals’ values and practices in a ‘wicked’ reality. Contemporary educational leadership, 1(4), 51-70

This study stemmed from concerns about school leaders' responses to the current global environmental situation. The issue was tack- led by asking what priority they gave to envi- ronmental issues in their schools by examining their perceptions about... Read More

Revenue sharing in a sports league with an open market in playing talent (2014)
Journal Article
Dobson, S., & Goddard, J. (2014). Revenue sharing in a sports league with an open market in playing talent. Theoretical Economics Letters, 4(6), 410-414. https://doi.org/10.4236/tel.2014.46052

In this paper we develop an economic model of a professional sports league, in which the teams acquire playing talent in an external market. There have been several earlier formulations of this open model and all rely upon an inappropriately specifie... Read More

Measuring patient-perceived continuity of care for patients with long-term conditions in primary care (2014)
Journal Article
Hill, K. M., Twiddy, M., Hewison, J., & House, A. O. (2014). Measuring patient-perceived continuity of care for patients with long-term conditions in primary care. BMC family practice, 15(1), doi:10.1186/s12875-014-0191-8. ISSN 1471-2296

Background: Continuity of care is widely acknowledged as important for patients with multi-morbidity but simple, service-orientated indices cannot capture the full impact of continuity in complex care delivery systems. The patient’s perspective is im... Read More

Slavery, memory and identity: national representations and global legacies (2014)
Book
Hamilton, D., Hodgson, K., & Quirk, J. (2014). D. Hamilton, K. Hodgson, & J. Quirk (Eds.), Slavery, memory and identity: national representations and global legacies. Pickering & Chatto

This is the first book to use national representations of slavery to present an international comparative perspective. The essays in this collection explore the complex relationship between slavery and national identity by assessing the role of museu... Read More

Partitioning networks into cliques: a randomized heuristic approach (2014)
Journal Article
Chalupa, D. (2014). Partitioning networks into cliques: a randomized heuristic approach. Information Sciences and Technologies Bulletin of the ACM Slovakia, 6(3), 1-8

In the context of community detection in social networks, the term community can be grounded in the strict way that simply everybody should know each other within the community. We consider the corresponding community detection problem. We search for... Read More

MESA and NuGrid simulations of classical nova outbursts and nucleosynthesis (2014)
Conference Proceeding
Pignatari, M., Denisenkov, P. A., Herwig, F., & Truran, J. (2014). MESA and NuGrid simulations of classical nova outbursts and nucleosynthesis. In P. Woudt, & V. Ribeiro (Eds.), Stella Novae: Past and future decades

Classical novae are the results of surface thermonuclear explosions of hydrogen accreted by white dwarfs (WDs) from their low-mass main-sequence or red-giant binary companions. Chemical composition analysis of their ejecta shows that nova outbursts o... Read More

Managers' perspectives on promotion and professional development for black African nurses in the UK (2014)
Journal Article
Likupe, G., Baxter, C., Jogi, M., & Archibong, U. (2014). Managers' perspectives on promotion and professional development for black African nurses in the UK. Diversity and Equality in Health and Care, 11, 113-123

An exploratory qualitative study design was adopted for this study and underpinned by Rex’s migrant workers framework (Rex, 1999). Semi-structured interviews were conducted with ten ward managers from four NHS trusts in the north-east of England to g... Read More

Episodic elaboration: Investigating the structure of retrieved past events and imagined future events (2014)
Journal Article
Anderson, R. J., Peters, L., & Dewhurst, S. A. (2015). Episodic elaboration: Investigating the structure of retrieved past events and imagined future events. Consciousness and cognition, 33(1), (112-124). doi:10.1016/j.concog.2014.12.007. ISSN 1090-2376

Five experiments investigated the cognitive processes involved in the elaboration of past and future events. A production listing procedure was used, in which participants listed details of each event in forwards chronological order, backwards chrono... Read More