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  • Similarities and differences: Comment on Chan et al. 

    Jones, Peter M; Mitchell, Chris; Wills, Andy; Spicer, Stuart Gordon (University of Plymouth, 2021)
    Spicer et al. (2020) reported a series of causal learning experiments in which participants appeared to learn most readily about cues when they were not certain of their causal status, and proposed that their results were ...
  • Situational Awareness: Examining Factors that Affect Cyber-Risks in the Maritime Sector 

    Tam, Kimberly; Jones, Kevin (University of Plymouth, 2019-09-21)
    Standard risk assessments are used to define and prioritize threats within a sector. However, the rising number of cybersecurity risks in maritime are often temperamental to a range of environmental, technical, and social ...
  • Thermal performance exploration of 3D printed cob 

    Gomaa, Mohamed; Carfrae, Jim; Goodhew, Steve; Jabi, Wassim; Veliz Reyes, Alejandro (University of Plymouth, 2019-04-17)
    This paper investigates the thermal properties of 3D printed Cob, a monolithic earth construction technique based on robotically extruded subsoil and locally available organic fibres. The relevance of 3D printed earthen ...
  • The use of cyber ranges in the maritime context: Assessing maritime-cyber risks, raising awareness, and providing training 

    Tam, Kimberly; Moara-Nkwe, Kemedi; Jones, Kevin (University of Plymouth, 2020-07-21)
    A good defensive strategy against evolving cyber threats and cybercrimes is to raise awareness and use that awareness to prepare technical mitigation and human defense strategies. A prime way to do this is through training. ...
  • What Can You See? Identifying Cues on Internal States from the Movements of Natural Social Interactions 

    Bartlett, Madeleine; Belpaeme, Tony; Thill, Serge; Lemaignan, Severin; Edmunds, Charlotte (University of Plymouth, 2019-06-26)
    In recent years, the field of Human-Robot Interaction (HRI) has seen an increasing demand for technologies that can recognize and adapt to human behaviors and internal states (e.g., emotions and intentions). Psychological ...

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