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  • Navigating cognitive innovation 

    Kristensen, MS; Loesche, F; Maranan, DS (2017-01-01)
    © 2017, Centre for Philosophical Research. This paper revisits the concept of Cognitive Innovation with the aim of helping newcomers appreciate its (intended) demarcating purpose and relevance to the wider literature on ...
  • Negotiated matter: a robotic exploration of craft-driven innovation 

    Veliz Reyes, A; Jabi, W; Chatzivasileiadi, A; Gomaa, M; Ahmad, L; Wardhana, NM
    This paper introduces a novel approach to craft-driven robotic innovation in architectural research. Here craft is not portrayed as a source of ornamental or historical inspiration, but instead as an open-ended process ...
  • New Belgrade after 1999: Spatial Violence as De-socialisation, De-Romanisation and De-historisation 

    Bobic, N (Taylor & Francis; RoutledgeAustralia, 2015-06-03)
    New Belgrade after 1999 is associated with the transition from a socialist and single-party state to a consumer capitalist and multi-party system, with the latter perceived as an indicator of democracy. This paper asks ...
  • A New Methodology for the Selective Measurement of building Performance and Safety 

    Littlewood, JR; Alam, M; Goodhew, S (2017-03-01)
    © 2017 The Authors. This paper evaluates the present evidence of smoke spread due to problems in compartmentation and also reviews different test methods which can be employed to identify these problems during construction ...
  • Not Just for Fun 

    Cox, GF; McLean, A (Bloomsbury Publishing USA, 2014-08-28)
    Fun and Software offers the untold story of fun as constitutive of the culture and aesthetics of computing. Fun in computing is a mode of thinking, making and experiencing.
  • Not Playing Ball: Steven Paige’s Let’s Go Bowling 

    Parker, K (Plymouth Arts CentrePlymouth, 2016-04-05)
    A response to the exhibition of Steven Paige's film 'Let's Go Bowling', which launched the Gallery in the Cinema exhibition programme at Plymouth Arts Centre. Essay published in exhibition catalogue broadsheet designed ...
  • (Not so) dangerous liaisons: A framework for evaluating collaborative research projects 

    Oztop, P; Loesche, F; Maranan, DS; Francis, KB; Tyagi, V; Torre, I (2017-11-21)
    © 2017, Centre for Philosophical Research. With advances in research environments and the accompanying increase in the complexity of research projects, the range of skills required to carry out research calls for an ...
  • Occupant Heating Practices in Dwellings: A Methodology for Identifying Scheduled Heating Periods and Manual Override Events 

    Bruce-Konuah, NA; Jones, RV; Fuertes, A; De Wilde, P (Emmanuel College, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, 2018)
  • On Location 

    Parker, K (Digital Cultures Research Centre at the University of the West of England, Bristol, 2017-12-11)
    Kayla Parker’s film On Location poses questions of radicalism both in terms of audio visual aesthetics and of filmmaking methodology in addition to more overtly political issues of environmental degradation, human and ...
  • On Location: landscape cinema and digital memory 

    Parker, K; Moore, S (Edições Cine-Club de AvancaAvanca, 2017-07-26)
    This paper critically reflects on the registers and affects of memory in relation to place, cinematic space, and the materiality of digital film-making technologies, using our recent moving image artwork, On Location ...
  • On the distinction between distinction and division 

    Straeubig, MEG (Intellect, 2015-12-01)
    In this article I discuss the use of distinctions as a method for reasoning. First I trace the role of distinctions in three different theories: the formal calculus of George Spencer Brown, the constructivist biology of ...
  • One Minute volume 8 

    Parker, K
    Collection of artists' moving image, curated by Kerry Baldry, which includes Night Sounding, the 16mm film made by Kayla Parker. An aural and visual sounding from the shoreline of an industrial, fishing and military port, ...
  • Open State 

    Emmett, MH (2015-01-19)
    Research conducted on computer-mediated composition to uncover opportunities for digital applications to improve soundscape-choreographic connectedness across transnational dance networks. Questions sought to extend ...
  • Open State: Event Spaces of Infinite Perspective 

    Emmett, MH; benjamin, A (2017)
    This chapter presents the findings from a collaboration of dance, sound, space and digital technology, itself a prime-mover as a developing agent to new sensibilities. At the heart of this collaboration is the performance ...
  • Opening the Capacity for the Other to Express... in group exhibition title: Layers of Visibility 

    Baker, C
    Opening the Capacity for the Other to Express... , a body of work consisting of 12 large framed photographic Images and 4 text pieces in the gallery, plus QR codes to online blog posts, iPhone photographs and landscape ...
  • Optimum Encoding Approaches on Video Resolution Changes: A Comparative Study 

    Asan, A; Mkwawa, I-H; Sun, L; Robitza, W; Begen, AC (IEEE, 2018-10)
  • Our gift to all of Us: GA(Y)AM: Preface 

    Loesche, F; Łucznik, K; Denham, SL; Drayson, H; Francis, KB; Maranan, DS; Punt, M (2017-01-01)
  • A Peer-Reviewed Journal about Datafied Research 

    Charlton, J; Howe, DC; Olsen, LM; Ridgway, R; Rossiter, N; Samson, A; Soon, W; Stoyanova, M; Zehle, S (Aarhus University & transmediale, 2015-02-02)
    This issue of APRJA examines the implications of datafication for research. Following a research workshop at the School of Creative Media, City University of Hong Kong in October 2014, it addresses the thematic framework ...
  • A Peer-Reviewed Journal about Excessive Research 

    Sützl, W; Sollfrank, C; Doran, A; Jones, N; Søndergaard, MLJ; Zetel, T; Sivanesan, S; González, PRV; Schiølin, K (Aarhus University & transmediale, 2016-02-01)

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