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Food Settings and the health and wellbeing of older people: An annotated bibliography and summary of the literature (2017)
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Ismail, S. U., & Jones, M. Food Settings and the health and wellbeing of older people: An annotated bibliography and summary of the literature

Little evidence has been collated on the role that food settings play in the health and wellbeing of older people. The purpose of this bibliography is to bring together evidence from a variety of fields and to begin to identify common themes, key lea... Read More about Food Settings and the health and wellbeing of older people: An annotated bibliography and summary of the literature.

Can indeterminacy and self-fulfilling expectations solve the international macro puzzles? (2017)
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McKnight, S., & Povoledo, L. Can indeterminacy and self-fulfilling expectations solve the international macro puzzles?

We introduce equilibrium indeterminacy into a two-country incomplete asset model with imperfect competition and analyze whether self-fulfilling expectations or beliefs can help resolve the major puzzles of international business cycles. We show that... Read More about Can indeterminacy and self-fulfilling expectations solve the international macro puzzles?.

Capel Soar-y-mynydd, Ceredigion (2017)
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Coates, R. Capel Soar-y-mynydd, Ceredigion

A history, description, bibliography, set of texts and photo-gallery of a chapel in Mid-Wales.

Can indeterminacy and self-fulfilling expectations help explain international business cycles? A preliminary investigation (2015)
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McKnight, S., & Povoledo, L. Can indeterminacy and self-fulfilling expectations help explain international business cycles? A preliminary investigation

We introduce equilibrium indeterminacy into a two-country incomplete asset model with imperfect competition and analyze whether self-fulfilling, belief-driven fluctuations (i.e., sunspot shocks) can help resolve the major puzzles of international bus... Read More about Can indeterminacy and self-fulfilling expectations help explain international business cycles? A preliminary investigation.

Translating cities: The use of digital technologies in urban environments (2013)
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Lanci, G. Translating cities: The use of digital technologies in urban environments

Computer models and information systems have been used for urban planning and design since the 1950s. Their capacity for analysis and problem-solving has increased substantially since then with hardware and software being able to manage large amounts... Read More about Translating cities: The use of digital technologies in urban environments.

Filamentary extension of the mem-con theory of memristance and its application to titanium dioxide sol-gel memristors (2012)
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Gale, E., de Lacy Costello, B., & Adamatzky, A. Filamentary extension of the mem-con theory of memristance and its application to titanium dioxide sol-gel memristors

Titanium dioxide sol-gel memristors have two different modes of operation, believed to be dependent on whether there is bulk memristance, i.e. memristance throughout the whole volume or filamentary memristance, i.e. memristance caused by the connecti... Read More about Filamentary extension of the mem-con theory of memristance and its application to titanium dioxide sol-gel memristors.

The effect of electrode size on memristor properties: an experimental and theoretical study (2012)
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Gale, E., de Lacy Costello, B., & Adamatzky, A. The effect of electrode size on memristor properties: an experimental and theoretical study

The width of the electrodes is not included in the current phenomenological models of memristance, but is included in the memory-conservation (mem-con) theory of memristance. An experimental study of the effect of changing the top electrode width was... Read More about The effect of electrode size on memristor properties: an experimental and theoretical study.

De-marginalising the public in PPP projects through multi-stakeholders management (2012)
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Fewings, P., Rwelamila, P. D., & Henjewele, C. De-marginalising the public in PPP projects through multi-stakeholders management

Various problems have been encountered on PPP initiatives around the world that have eventually led to PPP projects failures. Public opposition due to various factors has been reported as the main reason for failure in several instances. A significan... Read More about De-marginalising the public in PPP projects through multi-stakeholders management.