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Rate secrecy of networks with game theory approach (2011)
Conference Proceeding
Bamohabbat Chafjiri, S., Tebbi, M. A., & Karimian, Y. (2011). Rate secrecy of networks with game theory approach. In G. Lee (Ed.), Proceedings of the 2011 International Conference on Mechanical Engineering and Technology (ICMET 2011) (833-837). https://doi.org/10.1115/1.859896.paper172

In this paper, we introduce a three-way discrete memoryless Broadcast channel (T-DMBC) between a transmitter (Alice), a receiver (Bob), and an intruder (Eve). We represent a protocol for secret key establishment (SKE) between Alice and Bob so that Ev... Read More about Rate secrecy of networks with game theory approach.

Amphibian ecology and conservation: A handbook of techniques (2011)
Journal Article
Lewis, T. R. (2011). Amphibian ecology and conservation: A handbook of techniques. Herpetological Bulletin, 116, 43-44

When it comes to rare and endangered animals, there is usually a good selection of literature available. Unfortunately, the same cannot be said for the Chinese Alligator. Its scarcity in the wild and the fact that its home range is well within the co... Read More about Amphibian ecology and conservation: A handbook of techniques.

High speed boat traffic: A risk to crocodilian populations (2011)
Journal Article
Grant, P. B., & Lewis, T. R. (2011). High speed boat traffic: A risk to crocodilian populations. Herpetological conservation and biology, 5(3), 456-460

Injuries related to boat traffic have been documented as a major source of human-related injuries and deaths in many aquatic species but have not been documented in crocodilians. We examined the proportion of boat-related injuries in Spectacled Caima... Read More about High speed boat traffic: A risk to crocodilian populations.

Online hazard analysis for autonomous robots (2011)
Conference Proceeding
Woodman, R., Winfield, A. F. T., Harper, C., & Fraser, M. (2011). Online hazard analysis for autonomous robots. In J. Penders, T. J. Prescott, M. Witkowski, C. Melhuish, L. Alboul, & R. Groß (Eds.), Towards Autonomous Robotic Systems (406-407)

Robotic systems require rigorous analysis at all stages of development to ensure system safety. The manufacturing industry has developed many of the robotic design methods used today. These methods were adapted from design practices taken from other... Read More about Online hazard analysis for autonomous robots.

The threat of force as an action in self-defense under international law (2011)
Journal Article
Green, J. A., & Grimal, F. (2011). The threat of force as an action in self-defense under international law. Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law, 44(2), 285-329

Self-defense is a universally accepted exception to the prohibition of the use of force in international law, and it has been subjected to careful academic scrutiny. The prohibition of the threat of force, although equally important in terms of its... Read More about The threat of force as an action in self-defense under international law.

The business system and management practices in Greece (2011)
Book Chapter
(2011). The business system and management practices in Greece. In R. Prouska, & M. Kapsali (Eds.), Business and Management Practices in Greece: A Comparative Context (259-271). London: Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1057/9780230306530_14

We started this book with the intention of providing an outline, a succinct story describing the business system and management practices in Greece. It began as a simple categorization of contextual factors and managerial activities and ended in a ri... Read More about The business system and management practices in Greece.

Systems and practices: Peripheral countries compared with the UK (2011)
Book Chapter
Prouska, R., & Kapsali, M. (2011). Systems and practices: Peripheral countries compared with the UK. In R. Prouska, & M. Kapsali (Eds.), Business and Management Practices in Greece: A Comparative Context (272-299). London: Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1057/9780230306530_15

This chapter aims to aid understanding of the data presented in this book by presenting key themes in a comparative perspective. A selection of countries has been made: Portugal, Italy, Ireland and Spain are all considered comparable (especially in t... Read More about Systems and practices: Peripheral countries compared with the UK.

Suggestion for further research on the business system and practices in Greece (2011)
Book Chapter
Prouska, R., & Kapsali, M. (2011). Suggestion for further research on the business system and practices in Greece. In R. Prouska, & M. Kapsali (Eds.), Business and Management Practices in Greece: A Comparative Context (300-303). Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1057/9780230306530_16

As most research focuses on developed ‘core’ economies, such as the USA, the UK and Germany, research in peripheral and semi-peripheral ones is usually neglected and the smaller the country, the fewer the sources of information. This book has bridged... Read More about Suggestion for further research on the business system and practices in Greece.

Politics: Political and economic developments through a historical perspective (2011)
Book Chapter
Kapsali, M., & Butler, J. (2011). Politics: Political and economic developments through a historical perspective. In R. Prouska, & M. Kapsali (Eds.), Business and Management Practices in Greece: A Comparative Context (3-25). London: Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1057/9780230306530_1

This chapter describes the political history of the Modern Greek state since its re-establishment in the nineteenth century and the impact it has had on the economy and the business system. It should be emphasized that this is an outline, highlightin... Read More about Politics: Political and economic developments through a historical perspective.

Innovation: The national innovation system (2011)
Book Chapter
Kapsali, M. (2011). Innovation: The national innovation system. In R. Prouska, & M. Kapsali (Eds.), Business and Management Practices in Greece: A Comparative Context (96-111). Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1057/9780230306530_5

Innovation was initially considered by traditional economic models as an exclusively internal organizational activity, where actors were coming together to fix prices, pool finance and set up their marketing strategies. However, recent research revea... Read More about Innovation: The national innovation system.

Urine as a suitable fuel for microbial fuel cells (2011)
Conference Proceeding
Ieropoulos, I. A., Greenman, J., & Melhuish, C. (2011). Urine as a suitable fuel for microbial fuel cells. In P. Lunghi, S. Ubertini, & V. Cigolotti (Eds.), Proceedings of EFC11. , (325-326)

MFCs show promise in utilising a wide variety of organic sources. This paper describes the utilisation of neat urine as the main feedstock, with conversion efficiencies of >50%. Power densities of 4.93mW/m2 were recorded when 48 small-scale MFCs were... Read More about Urine as a suitable fuel for microbial fuel cells.

Personalised medical product development: methods, challenges and opportunities (2011)
Journal Article
Le, C. H., Okereke, M. I., Nguyen, V. H., Dao, V. D., Soe, S., Zlatov, N., & Le, T. H. (2011). Personalised medical product development: methods, challenges and opportunities. Romanian Review Precision Mechanics, Optics and Mechatronics, 40, 11--20

Personalised health care in general and personalised medical products in particular aim to provide the optimal diagnosis and treatment with the use of the right medicine, tools and devices to the right patient at the right time in order to meet well... Read More about Personalised medical product development: methods, challenges and opportunities.

Producing a radio show about psychological science: The story of psychological frontiers (2011)
Journal Article
Stark, E., Sachau, D., & Albertson, D. N. (2012). Producing a radio show about psychological science: The story of psychological frontiers. Teaching of Psychology, 39(1), 42-44. https://doi.org/10.1177/0098628311430311

The authors describe the development of a campus-based radio show about psychological science. The authors’ goals in creating the show were to inform the public about the science of psychology and to create a teaching and learning resource for facu... Read More about Producing a radio show about psychological science: The story of psychological frontiers.