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Sustainable deathstyles? The geography of green burials in Britain
In the context of a wider literature on ‘deathscapes’, we map the emergence of a new mode of burial and remembrance in Britain. Since a ‘green’ burial ground was established in Carlisle in 1993, sites for so-called ‘green, ...
How much exposure to English is necessary for a bilingual toddler to perform like a monolingual peer in language tests?
Background: Bilingual children are under-referred due to an ostensible expectation that they lag behind their monolingual peers in their English acquisition. The recommendations of the Royal College of Speech and Language ...
Discrete derived categories I: homomorphisms, autoequivalences and t-structures
Discrete derived categories were studied initially by Vossieck (J Algebra 243:168–176, 2001) and later by Bobiński et al. (Cent Eur J Math 2:19–49, 2004). In this article, we describe the homomorphism hammocks and ...
Implementation of a Modular Growing When Required Neural Gas Architecture for Recognition of Falls
In this paper we aim for the replication of a state of the art architecture for recognition of human actions using skeleton poses obtained from a depth sensor. We review the usefulness of accurate human action recognition ...
Quality of service assessment in connected vehicles