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  • Sporadic absorption tomography using a conical shell X-ray beam

    Elarnaut, F; Evans, JPO; Downes, D; Dicken, AJ; Godber, SX; Rogers, KD (2017)
    We demonstrate tomography by measuring a sporadic sequence of ring shaped projections collected during a translational scan. We show that projections using 10% sampling may be used to construct optical sections with peak signal-to-noise ratio (PSNR) and structural similarity index (SSIM) of the order of 40 dB and 0.9, respectively. This relatively small degradation in image fidelity was achieved for a 90% potential reduction in X-ray dose coupled with a reduction in scan time. Our approach is...

    Politicking the personal: examining academic literature and British National Party beliefs and wishes about intimate interracial relationships and mixed heritage

    Sutton, M; Perry, B (2009)
    Drawing heavily on our earlier work in this area (Perry and Sutton 2006; forthcoming), this article discusses the issue of intimate interracial relationships (IIRs) within the context of the UK Government's current concerns with social cohesion and provides an overview of the literature on hate and prejudice against those in IIRs in the UK and USA. Following an examination of the official statistics and the numbers of mixed race people in England and Wales, we move on to provide a brief but d...

    The taxation of UK oil and gas production: why the windfalls got away

    Abdo, H (2010)
    Starting with evidence that United Kingdom Continental Shelf oil and gas companies have benefitted very disproportionately from the recent period of extraordinarily high oil prices, this paper traces the history of this weakness in the UK's petroleum fiscal regime. Evidence is provided that the progressive relaxations in the UK's petroleum fiscal regime in 1983, 1987–1988 and 1993 were: largely unnecessary to stimulate the development of new, smaller, 'marginal' fields; misguided in their ass...
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