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A novel software fault prediction approach to predict error-type proneness in the Java programs using Stream X-Machine and machine learning (2021)
Conference Proceeding
Ogunshile, E., Phung, K., & Aydin, M. (in press). A novel software fault prediction approach to predict error-type proneness in the Java programs using Stream X-Machine and machine learning

Software fault prediction makes software quality assurance process more efficient and economic. Most of the works related to software fault prediction have mainly focused on classifying software modules as faulty or not, which does not produce suffic... Read More about A novel software fault prediction approach to predict error-type proneness in the Java programs using Stream X-Machine and machine learning.

Modeling diseases with Stream X Machine (2021)
Conference Proceeding
Ogunshile, E., Jayatilake, S., Aydin, M., & Phung, K. (in press). Modeling diseases with Stream X Machine

At present the world is moving towards alternative medicine and behavioural alteration for treating, managing and preventing chronical diseases. With the individuality of the human beings has added more complexity in a domain where very high accuracy... Read More about Modeling diseases with Stream X Machine.

Student fears of oral presentations and public speaking in higher education: A qualitative survey (2021)
Journal Article
Grieve, R., Woodley, J., Hunt, S., & McKay, A. (2021). Student fears of oral presentations and public speaking in higher education: A qualitative survey. Journal of Further and Higher Education, 45(9), 1281-1293. https://doi.org/10.1080/0309877x.2021.1948509

Oral presentations and public speaking are an important aspect of the student experience in the United Kingdom higher education. Many modules (self-contained units normally within a programme of study) use presentations as a form of assessment and re... Read More about Student fears of oral presentations and public speaking in higher education: A qualitative survey.

Do government say-on-pay policies distort managers’ engagement in corporate social responsibility? Quasi-experimental evidence from China (2021)
Journal Article
Jiang, H., Hu, Y., Su, K., & Zhu, Y. (2021). Do government say-on-pay policies distort managers’ engagement in corporate social responsibility? Quasi-experimental evidence from China. Journal of Contemporary Accounting and Economics, 17(2), https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jcae.2021.100259

Against the backdrop of a series of regulations issued by the Chinese Government in an effort to rein in top executives’ compensation in state-owned enterprises, this study investigates whether the exogenous shock resulting from restricting top execu... Read More about Do government say-on-pay policies distort managers’ engagement in corporate social responsibility? Quasi-experimental evidence from China.

"Flight of fancy" A retrospective of prints that fly (2021)
Exhibition / Performance
Hoskins, S. "Flight of fancy" A retrospective of prints that fly. [https://www.impact11.hk/application/en/?type=exhibition]. Exhibited at Hong Kong. 20 April 2021 - 25 June 2021. (Unpublished)

Stephen Hoskins has been making kite and aeroplane prints for the last forty years. Inspired by an Uncle who made model aeroplanes in the 1950’s. The prints are as much about the craft of making, as they are a gentle delight in challenging the notion... Read More about "Flight of fancy" A retrospective of prints that fly.

CDC2-like (CLK) protein kinase inhibition as a novel targeted therapeutic strategy in prostate cancer (2021)
Journal Article
Uzor, S., Oltean, S., Ladomery, M., Alqasem, A., Perks, C., Wilson, I. D., …Iida, K. (2021). CDC2-like (CLK) protein kinase inhibition as a novel targeted therapeutic strategy in prostate cancer. Scientific Reports, 11(1), https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-021-86908-6

Dysregulation of alternative splicing is a feature of cancer, both in aetiology and progression. It occurs because of mutations in splice sites or sites that regulate splicing, or because of the altered expression and activity of splice factors and o... Read More about CDC2-like (CLK) protein kinase inhibition as a novel targeted therapeutic strategy in prostate cancer.

Justice, emotions, and solidarity (2021)
Journal Article
Tava, F. (in press). Justice, emotions, and solidarity. Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy, https://doi.org/10.1080/13698230.2021.1893251

This paper discusses Habermas’s argument that justice requires solidarity as its ‘reverse side’, whereby the former provides the necessary global framework for establishing intersubjective solidarity whilst the latter constitutes an important precond... Read More about Justice, emotions, and solidarity.

A reflection on the design and user acceptance of Tamil talk (2021)
Journal Article
Ramachandran, R., & Ogunshile, E. (2021). A reflection on the design and user acceptance of Tamil talk. Proceedings of the Institute for System Programming of the RAS, 33, 189-208. https://doi.org/10.15514/ispras-2021-33%281%29-13

Tamil talk is a speech to text application and was designed from a perspective of language and philosophy. This paper takes an indigenous approach in reflecting on the design and user acceptance of Tamil talk. The paper makes use of literature in cri... Read More about A reflection on the design and user acceptance of Tamil talk.

An algorithm for implementing a minimal stream X-Machine model to test the correctness of a system (2020)
Conference Proceeding
Ogunshile, E., & Phung, K. (in press). An algorithm for implementing a minimal stream X-Machine model to test the correctness of a system. In 2020 8th International Conference in Software Engineering Research and Innovation (CONISOFT). https://doi.org/10.1109/CONISOFT50191.2020.00023

The rapid change of requirements has made software more complex and harder to maintain. Software testing tools play an important role in the Software Development Life Cycle. However, many technology companies have employed fast paced development of s... Read More about An algorithm for implementing a minimal stream X-Machine model to test the correctness of a system.

‘They need us more than we need them’: British exceptionalism, Brexit, and justice and home affairs (2020)
Journal Article
Leonard, S., Kaunert, C., & MacKenzie, A. (2020). ‘They need us more than we need them’: British exceptionalism, Brexit, and justice and home affairs. European Foreign Affairs Review, 25(4), 573-588

This article analyses the EU-UK Future Relationship negotiations on Justice and Home Affairs (JHA) through the lenses of ‘exceptionalism’. This concept refers to a given state’s self-understanding as being not only fundamentally different from other... Read More about ‘They need us more than we need them’: British exceptionalism, Brexit, and justice and home affairs.

A blow-up dichotomy for semilinear fractional heat equations (2020)
Journal Article
Laister, R., & Sierżęga, M. (2021). A blow-up dichotomy for semilinear fractional heat equations. Mathematische Annalen, 381, 75–90. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00208-020-02078-2

We derive a blow-up dichotomy for positive solutions of fractional semilinear heat equations on the whole space. That is, within a certain class of convex source terms, we establish a necessary and sufficient condition on the source for all positive... Read More about A blow-up dichotomy for semilinear fractional heat equations.

Giving a voice to patient experiences through the insights of pragmatism (2020)
Journal Article
Deering, K., Williams, J., Stayner, K., & Pawson, C. (2021). Giving a voice to patient experiences through the insights of pragmatism. Nursing Philosophy, 22(1), https://doi.org/10.1111/nup.12329

As a philosophical position, pragmatism can be critiqued to distinguish truth only with methods that bring about desired results, predominantly with scientific enquiry. The article hopes to dismiss this oversimplification and propose that within ment... Read More about Giving a voice to patient experiences through the insights of pragmatism.

A systematic review of risk assessment tools for contaminated sites – Current perspectives and future prospects (2020)
Journal Article
Mahammedi, C. E., Mahdjoubi, L., Booth, A., Akram, H., & Butt, T. E. (2020). A systematic review of risk assessment tools for contaminated sites – Current perspectives and future prospects. Environmental Research, 191, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envres.2020.110180

© 2020 Elsevier Inc. Health and safety hazards associated with the redevelopment of contaminated sites can be complex and pose considerable risks. A systematic literature review was conducted on risk assessment tools for contaminated sites. These too... Read More about A systematic review of risk assessment tools for contaminated sites – Current perspectives and future prospects.

Effect of novel technology-enabled multidimensional physical activity feedback in primary care patients at risk of chronic disease – the MIPACT study: A randomised controlled trial (2020)
Journal Article
Chowdhury, E. A., Batterham, A. M., Western, M. J., Peacock, O. J., Peacock, O., Western, M., …Thompson, D. (2020). Effect of novel technology-enabled multidimensional physical activity feedback in primary care patients at risk of chronic disease – the MIPACT study: A randomised controlled trial. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 17, https://doi.org/10.1186/s12966-020-00998-5

© 2020 The Author(s). Background: Technological progress has enabled the provision of personalised feedback across multiple dimensions of physical activity that are important for health. Whether this multidimensional approach supports physical activi... Read More about Effect of novel technology-enabled multidimensional physical activity feedback in primary care patients at risk of chronic disease – the MIPACT study: A randomised controlled trial.

Hybrid contractual landscapes of governance: Generation of fragmented regimes of public accountability through urban regeneration (2020)
Journal Article
Taşan-Kok, T., Atkinson, R., & Martins, M. L. R. (2021). Hybrid contractual landscapes of governance: Generation of fragmented regimes of public accountability through urban regeneration. Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space, 39(2), 371-392. https://doi.org/10.1177/2399654420932577

In this article we explore the idea of public accountability in the contemporary entrepreneurial governance of cities, which are influenced by market dependency and private sector involvement. We specifically focus on the fragmentation of public acco... Read More about Hybrid contractual landscapes of governance: Generation of fragmented regimes of public accountability through urban regeneration.

Scarred objects and time marks as memory anchors: The significance of scuffs and stains in organisational life (2020)
Journal Article
Shortt, H., & Izak, M. (2021). Scarred objects and time marks as memory anchors: The significance of scuffs and stains in organisational life. Human Relations, 74(10), 1688-1715. https://doi.org/10.1177/0018726720938848

This article lays the workplace under the microscope to examine how scuffs on floors and battered corners on desks – things we define as ‘scarred objects’ – become material autobiographical archives and are made into memory anchors by workers. We exp... Read More about Scarred objects and time marks as memory anchors: The significance of scuffs and stains in organisational life.

Hedge and Subculture in the 21st Century: Through the Subcultural Lens (2020)
Book
Gildart, K., Gough-Yates, A., Lincoln, S., Osgerby, B., Robinson, L., Street, J., …Worley, M. (Eds.). (2020). Hedge and Subculture in the 21st Century: Through the Subcultural Lens. United Kingdom: Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-28475-6

This book assesses the legacy of Dick Hebdige and his work on subcultures in his seminal work, Subculture: The Meaning of Style (1979). The volume interrogates the concept of subculture put forward by Hebdige, and asks if this concept is still capabl... Read More about Hedge and Subculture in the 21st Century: Through the Subcultural Lens.

Resuscitating the subcultural corpse: A reflection on subculture as lived experience and the importance of class and ethnicity! (2020)
Book Chapter
Webb, P. (2020). Resuscitating the subcultural corpse: A reflection on subculture as lived experience and the importance of class and ethnicity!. In Hebdige and Subculture in the Twenty-First Century: Through the sub-cultural lens. United kingdom: Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-28475-6

The chapter addresses the deficiencies of Hebdige's analysis in terms of class and race/ethnicity when looking at Punk subculture in his 1979 book 'Subculture: The meaning of style'. Hebdige focused on Punk as a mainly working class movement but many... Read More about Resuscitating the subcultural corpse: A reflection on subculture as lived experience and the importance of class and ethnicity!.

Targeting the ERG oncogene with splice-switching oligonucleotides as a novel therapeutic strategy in prostate cancer (2020)
Journal Article
Li, L., Hobson, L., Perry, L., Clark, B., Heavey, S., Haider, A., …Ladomery, M. (2020). Targeting the ERG oncogene with splice-switching oligonucleotides as a novel therapeutic strategy in prostate cancer. British Journal of Cancer, 123, 1024-1032. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41416-020-0951-2

Background: The ERG oncogene, a member of the ETS family of transcription factor encoding genes, is a genetic driver of prostate cancer. It is activated through a fusion with the androgen-responsive TMPRSS2 promoter in 50% of cases. There is therefor... Read More about Targeting the ERG oncogene with splice-switching oligonucleotides as a novel therapeutic strategy in prostate cancer.

The polychromatic Woodburytype: Colour tracking in translucent, patterned gelatin/pigment films (2020)
Journal Article
Leech, D. J., Guy, W., & Klein, S. (2020). The polychromatic Woodburytype: Colour tracking in translucent, patterned gelatin/pigment films. Molecules, 25(11), https://doi.org/10.3390/molecules25112468

The Woodburytype is a 19th century photomechanical technique capable of producing high-quality continuous-tone prints. It uses pigment dispersed in gelatin to produce a 2.5D print, in which the effect of varying tone is produced by a variation in the... Read More about The polychromatic Woodburytype: Colour tracking in translucent, patterned gelatin/pigment films.