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LLAMA: automatic hypertext generation utilizing language models
Presentation / Conference
Zhou, D., Goulding, J., Truran, M., & Brailsford, T. LLAMA: automatic hypertext generation utilizing language models. Paper presented at Eighteenth ACM Conference on Hypertext and Hypermedia (HT07)

Manual hypertext construction is labour intensive and prone to error. Robust systems capable of automatic hypertext generation (AHG) could be of direct benefit to those individuals responsible for hypertext authoring. In this paper we propose a novel... Read More about LLAMA: automatic hypertext generation utilizing language models.

Transmission
Digital Artefact
Chamberlain, I. (2014). Transmission

Transmission etching was selected for the 2014 Royal Academy Summer Show.

Solutions from nature for building envelope thermoregulation
Presentation / Conference
Badarnah, L., Nachman Farchi, Y., & Knaack, U. Solutions from nature for building envelope thermoregulation. Paper presented at Design & Nature V: Comparing Design in Nature with Science and Engineering

The building envelope has to maintain a thermal comfort for the occupants. Current technologies for buildings consider the envelope as a thermal barrier or a shield that has to be insulated to prevent heat loss and allow it to be open to dissipate he... Read More about Solutions from nature for building envelope thermoregulation.

Experiments in the re-financialisation of english planning: The new homes bonus
Presentation / Conference
While, A., Inch, A., & Hickman, H. Experiments in the re-financialisation of english planning: The new homes bonus. Paper presented at UK/Ireland Planning Research Conference hosted in Sheffield

Analysis of the impact of the New Homes Bones on the decision making and behaviour of local authorities on planning for housing.

I Have Heard Tell
Other
Lane, L. I Have Heard Tell

Based on the traditional Bristol folk song 'Bristol Town'. I Have Heard Tell is based on the folk song Bristol Town, transcribed by Ralph Vaughan Williams in 1903 and also incorporates quotations from the sea shanty A Long Time Ago, transcribed by... Read More about I Have Heard Tell.

The troubled families programme: A process, impact and social return on investment analysis
Report
Hoggett, J., Ahmad, Y., Frost, E., Kimberlee, R., McCartan, K., & Solle, J. The troubled families programme: A process, impact and social return on investment analysis

This project was developed by a research team at the University of the West of England (UWE) under the direction of the Principal Investigator (PI) Dr. James Hoggett to evaluate aspects of a troubled families programme in the South West of England.... Read More about The troubled families programme: A process, impact and social return on investment analysis.

Boxvoxfox
Physical Artefact
Reid, B. (2010). Boxvoxfox

Artefact created by Brendan Reid, AHRC funded PhD Student at the Centre for Fine Print Research at UWE. Boxvoxfox was originally designed as part of a series of objects which celebrate the centenary of Charles Darwin's birth. Through a combination... Read More about Boxvoxfox.

Teachers, facilitators, gatekeepers? Tutors' perceptions of their role in the changing university context - a faculty case study
Other
Noonan, A., Brooks, K., & Kennedy, H. W. Teachers, facilitators, gatekeepers? Tutors' perceptions of their role in the changing university context - a faculty case study

This project aims to widen out the current debates on students’ attitudes to university culture and look at the other crucial players in this field: the tutors themselves. The project builds on previous research in the faculty into students’ assu... Read More about Teachers, facilitators, gatekeepers? Tutors' perceptions of their role in the changing university context - a faculty case study.

Densification "douce": Les leçons de l'Angleterre et de l'application du paradigme de la ville compacte
Book Chapter
Bibby, P., Halleux, J., Dunning, R., Henneberry, J., Hickman, H., Taylor-Buck, N., & Ferrari, E. (2018). Densification "douce": Les leçons de l'Angleterre et de l'application du paradigme de la ville compacte. In J. Léger, & B. Mariolle (Eds.), Densifier/Dédensifier. Les campagnes urbainesEditions Parenthèses

Chapter on lessons learnt from the English experience of soft-densification, to reflect on opportunities for greater densification of cities in France.

Introduction to Rule 110
Working Paper
Martinez, G. J. (2004). Introduction to Rule 110

A brief introduction to the study of the cellular automaton Rule 110 is presented. We begin with a general historical background of cellular automata theory, discussing the most important stages of development. Later we show the antecedents in the st... Read More about Introduction to Rule 110.

CSFinder: A cold-start friend finder in large-scale social networks
Presentation / Conference
Salem, Y., Hong, J., & Liu, W. CSFinder: A cold-start friend finder in large-scale social networks. Paper presented at Big Data (Big Data), 2015 IEEE International Conference on

Recommending users for a new social network user to follow is a topic of interest at present. The existing approaches rely on using various types of information about the new user to determine recommended users who have similar interests to the new u... Read More about CSFinder: A cold-start friend finder in large-scale social networks.