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  • On scalability of particular optimisation

    Presented at the IEEE Congress on Evolutionary Computation 2008 (CEC 2008), part of the IEEE World Congress on Computational Intellegence (WICCI), 1-6 June 2008, Hong Kong, China. non-peer-reviewed

    Discovering anthroposophical music therapy : an investigation of its origins and applications

    peer-reviewed This thesis explores anthroposophical music therapy (AnMt), an approach based on the philosophy of Rudolf Steiner. AnMt is well established in some countries, such as Germany, Switzerland or the Netherlands and is practiced in a wide variety of clinical and rehabilitation contexts. This thesis explores the basic tenets of AnMt including its foundations in anthroposophy, its location in the wider community of mainstream music therapy approaches and the applicability of its met...

    Laminations: defining the role of architecture in the context of narrative, tectonic and time

    non-peer-reviewed This thesis paper calls for an architecture that returns to the realm of the human, the phenomenological. Through explorations of perception and the role of narrative in building and genesis of architectural thought, it aims to develop a mode of understanding architecture that places the human experience at its centre.

    Estimation of force during vertical jumps using body fixed accelerometers

    peer-reviewed A method of estimating force using an accelerometer is presented. This model is based on estimating the resultant acceleration of a body at its centre of mass using a triaxial accelerometer. A data set of ground reaction forces are gathered using a force platform, which is used as the control for this experiment. Signal processing techniques for resampling the accelerometer signals, along with a method of cross correlation to align the force platform and accelerometer traces ...
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