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Industry 4.0 more than a challenge in modeling, identification, and control for cyber-physical systems (2024)
Book Chapter
Mercorelli, P., Nemati, H., & Zhu, Q. (2024). Industry 4.0 more than a challenge in modeling, identification, and control for cyber-physical systems. In P. Mercorelli, W. Zhang, H. Nemati, & Y. Zhang (Eds.), Modeling, Identification, and Control for Cyber- Physical Systems Towards Industry 4.0 (1 - 14). Elsevier. https://doi.org/10.1016/C2021-0-02869-8

Modeling, Identification, and Control for Cyber-Physical Systems Towards Industry 4.0 studies and analyzes the role of algorithms in identifying and controlling such a system towards Industry 4.0, which is the digital transformation of manufacturing... Read More about Industry 4.0 more than a challenge in modeling, identification, and control for cyber-physical systems.

Modeling, Identification, and Control for Cyber- Physical Systems Towards Industry 4.0 (2024)
Book
Mercorelli, P., Zhang, W., Nemati, H., & Zhang, Y. (2024). P. Mercorelli, W. Zhang, H. Nemati, & Y. Zhang (Eds.). Modeling, Identification, and Control for Cyber- Physical Systems Towards Industry 4.0. Elsevier. https://doi.org/10.1016/c2021-0-02869-8

Modeling, Identification, and Control for Cyber-Physical Systems Towards Industry 4.0 studies and analyzes the role of algorithms in identifying and controlling such a system towards Industry 4.0, which is the digital transformation of manufacturing... Read More about Modeling, Identification, and Control for Cyber- Physical Systems Towards Industry 4.0.

Exploring knowledge management principles for decision-making in low-energy building for sustainable construction (2024)
Conference Proceeding
Maduka, N., Greenwood, D., & Udeaja, C. (2024). Exploring knowledge management principles for decision-making in low-energy building for sustainable construction. In C. Egbu (Ed.), Proceedings of International Council for Research and Innovation in Building and Construction (CIB) international conference. Going north for sustainability: Leveraging knowledge and innovation for sustainable construction and development

Low energy building retrofit presents important opportunities for reducing of greenhouse gas emissions in the environment. It has been considered as one of the key approaches to achieving sustainable development in construction industry. Nevertheless... Read More about Exploring knowledge management principles for decision-making in low-energy building for sustainable construction.

Determining the impacting factors on performance of inventory management in the large-scale apparel manufacturing industry in Sri Lanka (2024)
Journal Article
Weerakkody, S., Prabhakar, G., & Luo, X. (in press). Determining the impacting factors on performance of inventory management in the large-scale apparel manufacturing industry in Sri Lanka. International Journal of Services and Operations Management,

The Sri Lankan economy depends heavily on the labour-intensive garment sector; thus, supply chain management plays a crucial role in its operation. Inventory management is an important activity when comparing supply chain management in the garment se... Read More about Determining the impacting factors on performance of inventory management in the large-scale apparel manufacturing industry in Sri Lanka.

Biomimetic design of building facades: An evolutionary-based computational approach inspired by elephant skin for cooling in hot and humid climates (2024)
Journal Article
Hays, N., Badarnah, L., & Jain, A. (2024). Biomimetic design of building facades: An evolutionary-based computational approach inspired by elephant skin for cooling in hot and humid climates. Frontiers in Built Environment, 10, Article 1309621. https://doi.org/10.3389/fbuil.2024.1309621

The built environment faces significant challenges in managing energy demands amidst rising temperatures and increasing concerns linked to climate change. Meeting carbon emissions targets and resource management goals necessitates urgent innovation i... Read More about Biomimetic design of building facades: An evolutionary-based computational approach inspired by elephant skin for cooling in hot and humid climates.

Experimental study of bonded, bolted, and hybrid bonded-bolted single lap shear joints with woven CFRP adherends (2024)
Journal Article
Damghani, M., Saad Khan, M., & Atkinson, G. A. (2024). Experimental study of bonded, bolted, and hybrid bonded-bolted single lap shear joints with woven CFRP adherends. Composite Structures, Article 117989. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.compstruct.2024.117989

This paper presents an extensive experimental performance study of bonded joints (BJs), only bolted joints (OBJs) and hybrid bonded-bolted joints (HJs). For each joint type, three test configurations are considered: namely, short, medium and long ove... Read More about Experimental study of bonded, bolted, and hybrid bonded-bolted single lap shear joints with woven CFRP adherends.

An ICT-enhanced methodology for the characterization of vernacular built heritage at a regional scale (2024)
Journal Article
Arias Tapiero, J. C., Graus, S., Khei, S., Silva, D., Conde, O., Ferreira, T. M., …Vasconcelos, G. (in press). An ICT-enhanced methodology for the characterization of vernacular built heritage at a regional scale. International Journal of Architectural Heritage, https://doi.org/10.1080/15583058.2024.2320862

The characterization of vernacular buildings is crucial for understanding the historical, social, and cultural significance of a community. These buildings reflect a collective memory and result from a long adaptation process to the local environment... Read More about An ICT-enhanced methodology for the characterization of vernacular built heritage at a regional scale.

Improving patients’ experiences of diagnosis and treatment of vertebral fracture: Co-production of knowledge sharing resources (2024)
Journal Article
Bennett, S. E., Gooberman-Hill, R., Clark, E. M., Paskins, Z., Walsh, N., & Drew, S. (2024). Improving patients’ experiences of diagnosis and treatment of vertebral fracture: Co-production of knowledge sharing resources. BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders, 25, Article 165. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12891-024-07281-9

Background Osteoporosis involves changes to bones that makes them prone to fracture. The most common osteoporotic fracture is vertebral, in which one or more spinal vertebrae collapse. People with vertebral fracture are at high risk of further fractu... Read More about Improving patients’ experiences of diagnosis and treatment of vertebral fracture: Co-production of knowledge sharing resources.

The moderator effect of balance of power on the relationships between the adoption of digital technologies in supply chain management processes and innovation performance in SMEs (2024)
Journal Article
Augusto Zimmermann, R., Da Silva Filipe Soares, A., & Bonnin Roca, J. (2024). The moderator effect of balance of power on the relationships between the adoption of digital technologies in supply chain management processes and innovation performance in SMEs. Industrial Marketing Management, 118, 44-55. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.indmarman.2024.02.004

Managing supply chain (SC) relationships to deal with challenges posed by contemporary social and business environments is a difficult task that can be facilitated with the use of digital technologies. The growing complexity of supply chains, charact... Read More about The moderator effect of balance of power on the relationships between the adoption of digital technologies in supply chain management processes and innovation performance in SMEs.

The nuance of compassion: An exploration using reflexive thematic analysis of how NHS staff working in Older Person’s Mental Health talk about their experience and understanding of compassion (2024)
Thesis
Wilson, R. The nuance of compassion: An exploration using reflexive thematic analysis of how NHS staff working in Older Person’s Mental Health talk about their experience and understanding of compassion. (Thesis). University of the West of England. Retrieved from https://uwe-repository.worktribe.com/output/11530695

According to NHS Wales, compassion is one of the core values of health care (Wales.nhs.uk, 2020) and can be defined as the emotional response to another’s pain or suffering, involving an authentic desire to help (Goetz et al., 2010). Caring for the h... Read More about The nuance of compassion: An exploration using reflexive thematic analysis of how NHS staff working in Older Person’s Mental Health talk about their experience and understanding of compassion.

Kitchen cultures: Multispecies co-creation with invisible cultures in the kitchen (2024)
Thesis
Modi, K. Kitchen cultures: Multispecies co-creation with invisible cultures in the kitchen. (Thesis). University of the West of England. Retrieved from https://uwe-repository.worktribe.com/output/11062853

This thesis outlines the development of a practice framework for multispecies co-creation in the kitchen. This framework is presented as a tool for public engagement that can be used by co-designers and researchers to engage women from the Global Maj... Read More about Kitchen cultures: Multispecies co-creation with invisible cultures in the kitchen.

Electrical spiking activity of proteinoids-ZnO colloids (2024)
Journal Article
Mougkogiannis, P., Raeisi Kheirabadi, N., Cholerio, A., & Adamatzky, A. (in press). Electrical spiking activity of proteinoids-ZnO colloids. Neuromorphic Computing and Engineering, https://doi.org/10.1088/2634-4386/ad2afb

We are studying the remarkable electrical properties of Proteinoids-ZnO microspheres with the aim of exploring their potential for a new form of computing. Our research has revealed that these microspheres exhibit behavior similar to neurons, generat... Read More about Electrical spiking activity of proteinoids-ZnO colloids.

The relationship between type, timing and duration of exposure to adverse childhood experiences and adolescent self-harm and depression: Findings from three UK prospective population-based cohorts (2024)
Journal Article
Farooq, B., Russell, A., Howe, L., Herbert, A., Smith, A., Fisher, H., …Mars, B. (in press). The relationship between type, timing and duration of exposure to adverse childhood experiences and adolescent self-harm and depression: Findings from three UK prospective population-based cohorts. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry,

Background Adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) are well-established risk factors for self-harm and depression. However, despite their high comorbidity, there has been little focus on the impact of developmental timing and the duration of exposure t... Read More about The relationship between type, timing and duration of exposure to adverse childhood experiences and adolescent self-harm and depression: Findings from three UK prospective population-based cohorts.

Karl Polanyi’'s and K. William Kapp’'s arguments on social costs: Is there a common “revolutionary” raison d’'être? (2024)
Journal Article
Berger, S. (2024). Karl Polanyi’'s and K. William Kapp’'s arguments on social costs: Is there a common “revolutionary” raison d’'être?. Ecological Economics, 219, Article 108131. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecolecon.2024.108131

This article examines Karl Polanyi’s and K. William Kapp’s social cost proposals to test their suitability for a “revolutionary” Social Ecological Economics that radically breaks with neoclassical and neoliberal paradigms. Whilst some coherence is re... Read More about Karl Polanyi’'s and K. William Kapp’'s arguments on social costs: Is there a common “revolutionary” raison d’'être?.

Response to ‘The journey of patients with skin diseases from the first consultation to the diagnosis in a representative sample of the European general population from the EADV burden of skin diseases study (2024)
Journal Article
Bootsma, N., Zucchelli, F., Messenger, A., & Asfour, L. (in press). Response to ‘The journey of patients with skin diseases from the first consultation to the diagnosis in a representative sample of the European general population from the EADV burden of skin diseases study. Journal of the European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology, https://doi.org/10.1111/jdv.19854

The sexual landscape of youth: How adolescents from the U.S. make sense of sexting (2024)
Journal Article
Daniels, E. A., Dajches, L., Terán, L., Gahler, H., Choi, H. J., Speno, A., & Stevens Aubrey, J. (in press). The sexual landscape of youth: How adolescents from the U.S. make sense of sexting. Journal of Adolescent Research, https://doi.org/10.1177/07435584241231448

The present study examined the role of sexting in adolescents’ peer environment and romantic relationships with attention to gender patterns. Thirty adolescent girls and boys (ages 16 or 17) of varying racial/ethnic background residing in Los Angeles... Read More about The sexual landscape of youth: How adolescents from the U.S. make sense of sexting.

What happens when the abused child becomes a mother? A qualitative study of intergenerational trauma (2024)
Thesis
Williams, J. What happens when the abused child becomes a mother? A qualitative study of intergenerational trauma. (Thesis). University of the West of England. Retrieved from https://uwe-repository.worktribe.com/output/11414192

This research project has been inspired by recurrent rationale in the literature, arguing that preventative work with young mothers is key to breaking the intergenerational cycle of trauma. The topic of child abuse and its intergenerational effects r... Read More about What happens when the abused child becomes a mother? A qualitative study of intergenerational trauma.