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End-user action-sound mapping design for mid-air music performance (2020)
Thesis
Brown, D. End-user action-sound mapping design for mid-air music performance. (Dissertation). University of the West of England. Retrieved from https://uwe-repository....ribe.com/output/3219965

How to design the relationship between a performer’s actions and an instrument’s sound response has been a consistent theme in Digital Musical Instrument (DMI) research. Previously, mapping was seen purely as an activity for DMI creators, but more re... Read More about End-user action-sound mapping design for mid-air music performance.

In search of the teachable moment: A study of teacher autonomy, judgement and intuition (2011)
Thesis
Knight, B. In search of the teachable moment: A study of teacher autonomy, judgement and intuition. (Dissertation). University of the West of England

Aspects of teaching, such as those relating to curriculum development and the protocols of the teaching cycle (planning, delivery, assessment) receive much attention in literature and are regularly the focus of evaluation. Somewhat neglected by comp... Read More about In search of the teachable moment: A study of teacher autonomy, judgement and intuition.

The development of international law governing the non-navigational uses of international watercourses: a critical review (2009)
Thesis
Quinn, N. The development of international law governing the non-navigational uses of international watercourses: a critical review. (Dissertation). University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

Although states have entered into agreements regarding shared waters over the last several hundred years, it is only recently that an international framework law has emerged. Progress in this endeavor has been slow. The 1966 Helsinki Rules constitute... Read More about The development of international law governing the non-navigational uses of international watercourses: a critical review.

Global frequency of large magnitude explosive volcanic eruptions recorded in the last 100,000 years (2008)
Thesis
Hobbs, L. Global frequency of large magnitude explosive volcanic eruptions recorded in the last 100,000 years. (Dissertation). University of Bristol

The effects of large magnitude (M ≥4.0) explosive eruptions can be catastrophic on a local and potentially global scale. The largest eruptions (M ≥8.0) can disperse ejecta over thousands of km2. As the last known event of this kind took place ~26,500... Read More about Global frequency of large magnitude explosive volcanic eruptions recorded in the last 100,000 years.

Associative spatial networks: Artificial cognition of space using neural networks with spectral graph theory (2008)
Thesis
Harding, J. Associative spatial networks: Artificial cognition of space using neural networks with spectral graph theory. (Dissertation). University of East London

This work stems from a backdrop of cybernetics and associative computing closely related to the artificial simulation of the human brain. Using associative techniques, a system to comprehend complex inputs in order to make appropriate architectural i... Read More about Associative spatial networks: Artificial cognition of space using neural networks with spectral graph theory.

On being a university student in therapy: Exploring the process of therapy and its impact on the process of learning (2005)
Thesis
Ramsey-Wade, C. On being a university student in therapy: Exploring the process of therapy and its impact on the process of learning. (Dissertation). Regent’s College, as validated by City University, London

Historically, the client’s experience of therapy has not featured centrally in psychological research. Studies of student mental health share this past bias towards the practitioner’s viewpoint. While some research have been carried out into the pr... Read More about On being a university student in therapy: Exploring the process of therapy and its impact on the process of learning.

Water management in arid areas: Case study of Jodhpur, Rajasthan, India (2000)
Thesis
Gopinath, D. Water management in arid areas: Case study of Jodhpur, Rajasthan, India. (Dissertation). School of Planning and Architecture, New Delhi, India

The focus of this study is to understand what importance is given to the aspect of managing water in arid areas (where the average annual rainfall is less than 375mm – Indian Meteorological Department). The city of Jodhpur in western Rajasthan, India... Read More about Water management in arid areas: Case study of Jodhpur, Rajasthan, India.

Consent to research?
Thesis
Hewlett, S. (1994). Consent to research?. (Dissertation). University of Wales