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  • Comparing long-term placements for young children in care: Does type of placement really matter?

    McSherry, Dominic; Fargas Malet, Montserrat; Weatherall, Kerrylee (2016)
    This paper presents findings from the third phase of a longitudinal study, entitled Care Pathways and Outcomes, which has been tracking the placements and measuring outcomes for a population of children (n = 374) who were under the age of five and in care in Northern Ireland on the 31st March 2000. It explores how a sub-sample of these children at age nine to 14 years old were getting on in the placements provided for them, in comparative terms across five placement types: adoption; foster ca...

    A Bayesian network based learning system for modelling faults in large-scale manufacturing

    Carbery, Caoimhe M.; Woods, Roger; Marshall, Adele H. (2018)
    Manufacturing companies can benefit from the early prediction and detection of failures to improve their product yield and reduce system faults through advanced data analytics. Whilst an abundance of data on their processing systems exist, they face difficulties in using it to gain insights to improve their systems. Bayesian networks (BNs) are considered here for diagnosing and predicting faults in a large manufacturing dataset from Bosch. Whilst BN structure learning has been performed tradi...

    Responsibility and Well-being: Resource Integration under Responsibilization in Expert Services

    Anderson, Laurel; Spanjol, Jelena; Jeffries, Josephine Go; Ostrom, Amy L.; Baker, Courtney Nations; Bone, Sterling A.; Downey, Hilary; Mende, Martin (2016)
    Responsibilization, or the shift in functions and risks from providers and producers to the consumer, has become an increasingly common policy in service systems and marketplaces (e.g., financial, health, governmental). Responsibilization is often presented as synonymous with consumer agency and well-being. We take a transformative service research perspective and utilize the resource integration framework to investigate whether responsibilization is truly associated with well-being. We focus...

    Diagnostics on an atmospheric pressure plasma jet

    Niemi, Kari; St, Reuter; Schaper, L.; Knake, N.; Schulz-von Der Gathen, V.; Gans, Timo (2007)
    The atmospheric pressure plasma jet (APPJ) is a homogeneous non-equilibrium discharge at ambient pressure. It operates with a noble base gas and a percentage-volume admixture of a molecular gas. Applications of the discharge are mainly based on reactive species in the effluent. The effluent region of a discharge operated in helium with an oxygen admixture has been investigated. The optical emission from atomic oxygen decreases with distance from the discharge but can still be observed several...

    The application of geographic information system (GIS) in forensics geoscience

    McKinley, Jennifer (2017)
    Advances in technological developments in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) has enabled the application of GIS in landscape mapping, environmental management, natural hazard risk and disaster management. As geographi- cal information becomes more widely available through satel- lite and aerial imagery, the cost of software decreases and GIS expertise expands, it is most likely that the use of GIS will increase. The methodology has practical applications for police, crime scene investigator...
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