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  • The design of a residual gas analyser based on a time-of-flight mass spectrometer

    A residual gas analyser is an instrument which, by ionising the ambient gas under low pressure (

    Attitudes towards minority languages: an investigation of young people's attitudes towards Irish and Galician

    This study compares young people’s (aged 17-25) attitudes towards two of Europe’s lesser-used or minority languages. The first is Irish, spoken in the Republic of Ireland and the second is Galician, spoken in the Autonomous Community of Galicia in the north-western part of Spain. Quantitative data on attitudes towards these two languages were collected through a sociolinguistic questionnaire. This questionnaire was completed by a sample of 817 Irish and 725 Galician university students in Dub...

    Turnout under semi-presidentialism: first- and second-order elections to national-level institutions

    We test the effect of the importance of elections by focusing on turnout at presidential and legislative elections in countries with semi-presidential constitutions. These countries have two potentially first-order elections, but they vary considerably in the powers that are granted to their presidents and prime ministers. We hypothesise that turnout at legislative elections will vary inversely with presidential power and that above a certain degree of presidential power turnout at presidenti...

    Example-based machine translation using the marker hypothesis

    The development of large-scale rules and grammars for a Rule-Based Machine Translation (RBMT) system is labour-intensive, error-prone and expensive. Current research in Machine Translation (MT) tends to focus on the development of corpus-based systems which can overcome the problem of knowledge acquisition. Corpus-Based Machine Translation (CBMT) can take the form of Statistical Machine Translation (SMT) or Example-Based Machine Translation (EBMT). Despite the benefits of EBMT, SMT is cur...

    Model-based human upper body tracking using interest points in real-time video

    Vision-based human motion analysis has received huge attention from researchers because of the number of applications, such as automated surveillance, video indexing, human machine interaction, traffic monitoring, and vehicle navigation. However, it contains several open problems. To date, despite very promising proposed approaches, no explicit solution has been found to solve these open problems efficiently. In this regard, this thesis presents a model-based human upper body pose estimation ...
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