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Welcome to UWE Bristol Research Repository

The Research Repository is an open access online repository providing a central record of the University's research output as well as immediate access to the full text. It covers the whole range of UWE Bristol's output including books, book chapters, conference papers, images and journal articles.

Contact the team for more information at repository@uwe.ac.uk



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Impact of resolution, colour, and motion on object identification in digital twins from robot sensor data (2022)
Journal Article
Bremner, P., & Giuliani, M. (2022). Impact of resolution, colour, and motion on object identification in digital twins from robot sensor data. Frontiers in Robotics and AI, 9, 995342. https://doi.org/10.3389/frobt.2022.995342

This paper makes a contribution to research on digital twins that are generated from robot sensor data. We present the results of an online user study in which 240 participants were tasked to identify real-world objects from robot point cloud data. I... Read More about Impact of resolution, colour, and motion on object identification in digital twins from robot sensor data.

Caregiving for older people living with chronic pain: Analysis of the English longitudinal study of ageing and health survey for England (2022)
Journal Article
To, S., Mansfield, L. M., Dures, E., & Smith, T. (in press). Caregiving for older people living with chronic pain: Analysis of the English longitudinal study of ageing and health survey for England. British Journal of Pain,

BACKGROUND: Chronic pain is a disabling condition. Many people with chronic pain seek informal support for everyday activities of daily living. However there remains uncertainty on the type of people with chronic pain who access this support, what ty... Read More about Caregiving for older people living with chronic pain: Analysis of the English longitudinal study of ageing and health survey for England.

The DFC: Developing nonfiction policy frameworks after COVID (2022)
Book Chapter
Presence, S. (in press). The DFC: Developing nonfiction policy frameworks after COVID. In D. Sills-Jones, & P. Kaapa (Eds.), Documentary film cultures in the age of COVID-19 (177-199). (1). Oxford: Peter Lang International Academic Publishers

This chapter is based on research conducted under the aegis of the UK Feature Docs research project (2018-20, https://ukfd.org.uk/), a three-year study of the UK’s feature-length documentary film industry funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Co... Read More about The DFC: Developing nonfiction policy frameworks after COVID.

Brownfield regeneration and the shifting of financial risk: Between plans and reality in public-private partnerships (2022)
Journal Article
van den Hurk, M., Williams, D., Luis dos Santos Pereira, A., & Tallon, A. (in press). Brownfield regeneration and the shifting of financial risk: Between plans and reality in public-private partnerships. Urban Research and Practice, 1-22. https://doi.org/10.1080/17535069.2022.2144430

Internationally, brownfield regeneration projects are delivered through public-private partnerships that form complex legal and structural delivery mechanisms. Utilizing private-sector finance and skills is an accepted practice to reduce financial... Read More about Brownfield regeneration and the shifting of financial risk: Between plans and reality in public-private partnerships.

Future humanities (2022)
Journal Article
Tava, F., & Oostveen, D. F. (in press). Future humanities. (00) Journal Not Listed, https://doi.org/10.1002/fhu2.2

Future Humanities highlights the rise and convergence of new and critical humanities by publishing trans‐ and interdisciplinary research focused on diverse subjects and methodologies. These include, but are not limited to, philosophy, cultural and hi... Read More about Future humanities.