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Preserving linguistic heritage for generations to come! (2020)
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Ogunshile, E., & Ramachandran, R. (2020, September). Preserving linguistic heritage for generations to come!. Paper presented at DiPP 2020 : Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage, Burgas, Bulgaria

Speech to Text is the ability to convert spoken word to text. There are many speech to text con-version applications available for different languages. Tamil is an ancient classical language which is vastly spoken in southern parts of India, Sri Lank... Read More about Preserving linguistic heritage for generations to come!.

The effect of ethical and sustainability issues on consumer adoption of digital technology in the consumer purchasing journey (2020)
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Poole, A. (2020, September). The effect of ethical and sustainability issues on consumer adoption of digital technology in the consumer purchasing journey. Paper presented at British Academy of Management 2020 Conference in the Cloud, Conference in the Cloud

Against a background of increasing use of digital technology in society including the retail sector, this developmental paper identifies a need for research into ethical and sustainability issues that affect an individual's decision to use digital te... Read More about The effect of ethical and sustainability issues on consumer adoption of digital technology in the consumer purchasing journey.

There and Back Again: The Practicality of GPU Accelerated Digital Audio (2020)
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Renney, H., Gaster, B. R., & Mitchell, T. J. (2020, July). There and Back Again: The Practicality of GPU Accelerated Digital Audio. Paper presented at NIME’20: Proceedings of the 20th New Interfaces for Musical Expression, Online

General-Purpose GPU computing is becoming an increas-ingly viable option for acceleration, including in the audiodomain. Although it can improve performance, the intrin-sic nature of a device like the GPU involves data transfersand execution commands... Read More about There and Back Again: The Practicality of GPU Accelerated Digital Audio.

Embedding Academic Skills At UWE Bristol (2020)
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Peters, M., & Sebire, L. (2020, July). Embedding Academic Skills At UWE Bristol. Paper presented at ARLIS (Art Libraries Society), Glasgow

Presentation delivered by Morwenna Peters and Ludovik Sebire at ARLIS Conference 2019. Outlines what UWE librarians deliver to support the development of students' academic literacy with examples; the benefits and challenges of this role and futu... Read More about Embedding Academic Skills At UWE Bristol.

Ceramic profile extrusion: New tooling approaches to re-appropriate the use of a heritage medium in architecture (2020)
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Jorgensen, T. (2020, June). Ceramic profile extrusion: New tooling approaches to re-appropriate the use of a heritage medium in architecture. Paper presented at CONNECTIONS: EXPLORING HERITAGE, ARCHITECTURE, CITIES, ART MEDIA, Virtual / Canterbury, United Kingdom

The ceramic medium is extremely prevalent in our build environment. This medium is used in architecture in a myriad of applications in the shape of: bricks, cladding, roofing and tiles for interior/exterior surfaces. The use of red terracotta is char... Read More about Ceramic profile extrusion: New tooling approaches to re-appropriate the use of a heritage medium in architecture.

Urban Lighthouses (2020)
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D'Agnano, F., Parraman, C., & Roberton, N. (2020, June). Urban Lighthouses. Paper presented at CONNECTIONS: EXPLORING HERITAGE, ARCHITECTURE, CITIES, ART, MEDIA, Canterbury, UK

Wayfinding strategies for visually impaired are fundamental to provide social inclusion, a better quality of life, level of independency and urban accessibility to people with special needs. Recent digital technologies are a great help (GPS localizat... Read More about Urban Lighthouses.

What does decolonising the curriculum mean? (2020)
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Evans, M., & Sobers, S. (2020, June). What does decolonising the curriculum mean?. Presented at UWE Festival of Learning 2020

What does decolonising the curriculum mean? What practical steps can I make to adapt my teaching? Myra Evans and Dr Shawn Sobers explore the issue and ideas and actions to make change. The session has been designed to help staff to consider how they... Read More about What does decolonising the curriculum mean?.

Woodburytype: a forgotten 19th century photomechanical process and its 21st century resurrection (2020)
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Klein, S. (2020, June). Woodburytype: a forgotten 19th century photomechanical process and its 21st century resurrection

One of the technological achievements of the 19th century was the mass reproduction of photographic images. Woodburytype was the first commercially successful photomechanical continuous tone printing method, of unsurpassed quality until today. Along... Read More about Woodburytype: a forgotten 19th century photomechanical process and its 21st century resurrection.

Sources of Pigmentless Colour in Nature – Seashells, Butterflies and Beetles (2020)
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Leech, D. (2020, June). Sources of Pigmentless Colour in Nature – Seashells, Butterflies and Beetles

Colour arises most prominently in the world from subtractive processes, such as pigmentation. When light is shone upon a painted wall, for instance, pigment absorbs portions of the electromagnetic spectrum that the material underneath did not and we... Read More about Sources of Pigmentless Colour in Nature – Seashells, Butterflies and Beetles.

The visual design of network data to enhance cyber security awareness of the everyday internet user (2020)
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Carroll, F., Legg, P., & Bønkel, B. (2020, June). The visual design of network data to enhance cyber security awareness of the everyday internet user. Paper presented at IEEE International Conference on Cyber Situational Awareness, Data Analytics and Assessment (Cyber Science 2020)

Technology and the use of online services are very prevalent across much of our everyday lives. As our digital interactions continue to grow, there is a need to improve public awareness of the risks to our personal online privacy and security. Design... Read More about The visual design of network data to enhance cyber security awareness of the everyday internet user.

"What did you say?": Extracting unintentional secrets from predictive text learning systems (2020)
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Wilkinson, G., & Legg, P. (2020, June). "What did you say?": Extracting unintentional secrets from predictive text learning systems. Paper presented at IEEE International Conference on Cyber Security and Protection of Digital Services (Cyber Science 2020)

As a primary form of communication, text is used widely in applications including e-mail conversations, mobile text messaging, chatrooms, and forum discussions. Modern systems include facilities such as predictive text, recently implemented using dee... Read More about "What did you say?": Extracting unintentional secrets from predictive text learning systems.

Shouting through letterboxes: A study on attack susceptibility of voice assistants (2020)
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Mccarthy, A., Gaster, B., & Legg, P. (2020, June). Shouting through letterboxes: A study on attack susceptibility of voice assistants. Paper presented at IEEE International Conference on Cyber Security and the Protection of Digital Services (Cyber Science 2020)

Voice assistants such as Amazon Echo and Google Home have become increasingly popular for many home users, for home automation, entertainment, and convenience. These devices process speech commands from a user to execute some action, such as playing... Read More about Shouting through letterboxes: A study on attack susceptibility of voice assistants.

‘Familiarity’ breeds content: Wendell Berry, T. J. Clark and arts pedagogy (2020)
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Franklin, L. (2020, June). ‘Familiarity’ breeds content: Wendell Berry, T. J. Clark and arts pedagogy. Paper presented at 2020 Convivium Conference: ‘Inhabiting Memories & Landscapes’: a cross-disciplinary engagement with Wendell Berry

This paper is about the difference between ‘knowledge’ and ‘familiarity’ and how repetitive exposure changes our relationship with things, people and places. As a conceptual framework, this paper first considers the approach of American poet, far... Read More about ‘Familiarity’ breeds content: Wendell Berry, T. J. Clark and arts pedagogy.

Origins of Colouration in Invertebrates – Pigment and Structure (2020)
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Leech, D. (2020, June). Origins of Colouration in Invertebrates – Pigment and Structure. Presented at Field Studies Council Virtual Meet Ups

Colour/pattern recognition is a common cornerstone of animal identification, however, the processes by which animals actually display colour is incredibly complex. Beyond the simple pigmented systems, that also form the basis of our paints and inks,... Read More about Origins of Colouration in Invertebrates – Pigment and Structure.

Exploring space using Minecraft (2020)
Presentation / Conference
Hobbs, L., Bentley, S., Stevens, C., & Hartley, J. (2020, May). Exploring space using Minecraft. Poster presented at Space Science in Context, Virtual conference

Space can fascinate children from an early age, presenting a key opportunity to engage them with Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM). Minecraft is an extremely popular construction-based computer game with parallels and analogies to rea... Read More about Exploring space using Minecraft.

Progress in evaluating satellite soil moisture products in Great Britain against COSMOS-UK and in-situ soil moisture measurements (2020)
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Quinn, N., Newton, C., Boorman, D., Horswell, M., & West, H. (2020, May). Progress in evaluating satellite soil moisture products in Great Britain against COSMOS-UK and in-situ soil moisture measurements. Paper presented at EGU2020: Sharing Geoscience Online

The resolution of satellite of satellite-derived soil moisture data products has matured, notably in recent years due to the Soil Moisture Active Passive mission (SMAP) launched in 2015. Whilst spatial resolutions still fall short of those suitable f... Read More about Progress in evaluating satellite soil moisture products in Great Britain against COSMOS-UK and in-situ soil moisture measurements.

Mapping Wet-Dry Signatures of the North Atlantic Oscillation (NAO) in British Catchments (2020)
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West, H., Quinn, N., & Horswell, M. (2020, May). Mapping Wet-Dry Signatures of the North Atlantic Oscillation (NAO) in British Catchments. Paper presented at EGU2020: Sharing Geoscience Online

The North Atlantic Oscillation (NAO) is one of the primary atmospheric circulations which influence weather patterns in Great Britain. Its two phases (either positive or negative depending on differences in sea level pressure) result in characteristi... Read More about Mapping Wet-Dry Signatures of the North Atlantic Oscillation (NAO) in British Catchments.

Colour Without Colour (2020)
Presentation / Conference
Klein, S. (2020, April). Colour Without Colour. Paper presented at Helsinki Photomedia 2020, Helsinki

Continuous Tone Printing from Gel Matrices - The Woodburytype (2020)
Presentation / Conference
Leech, D., Guy, W., & Klein, S. (2020, March). Continuous Tone Printing from Gel Matrices - The Woodburytype

Prevailing print techniques such as inkjet rely on halftoning, a process whereby image tone is approximated by a matrix of droplets varying in density. This, while useful in many applications, ensures a direct link between the resolution and the drop... Read More about Continuous Tone Printing from Gel Matrices - The Woodburytype.

The role of theatre in end of life care education; a qualitative exploration. (2020)
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Rogers, K., & Armoogum, J. (2020, February). The role of theatre in end of life care education; a qualitative exploration. Poster presented at British Psychosocial Oncology Society Conference, Edinburgh, UK

Background End of life care is an important aspect of psychosocial oncology. To provide end of life care which meets people’s psychosocial needs healthcare professionals require both intellectual skills and highly attuned emotional intelligence. Str... Read More about The role of theatre in end of life care education; a qualitative exploration..


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