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  • Audience manipulation? Subverting the fourth wall in Pina Bausch’s Kontakthof (1978) and Nelken (1982) 

    Weir, Lucy (The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, 2014-06-13) - Journal article
    Pina Bausch’s Tanztheater breaks everyday behaviour into its most elemental fragments, and fundamental aspects of stage etiquette are constantly challenged, not least the barrier between performer and spectator known as ...
  • Audience research and social media data : Opportunities and challenges 

    Procter, Rob; Voss, Alexander; Lvov, Ilia (2015-05) - Journal article
    The widespread adoption of social media platforms and other information and communication technology innovations not only pose new challenges for audience researchers but also provide exciting opportunities to re-invigorate ...
  • Auditory same/different concept learning and generalization in black-capped chickadees (Poecile atricapillus) 

    Hoeschele, Marisa; Cook, Robert; Guillette, Lauren; Hahn, Allison; Sturdy, Christopher (2012-10-15) - Journal article
    Abstract concept learning was thought to be uniquely human, but has since been observed in many other species. Discriminating same from different is one abstract relation that has been studied frequently. In the current ...
  • Audrey Kurth Cronin. How terrorism ends: understanding the decline and demise of terrorist campaigns. Princeton University Press: New Jersey, 2009 

    Graham, Cheryl M. (Centre for the Study of Terrorism and Political Violence, University of St Andrews, 2010-10-29) - Book review
    pp. 330. $29.95 ISBN: 978-1-4008-3114-2., Reviewed by Cheryl M. Graham,University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, UK
  • Augmented learning roads for internet routing 

    McCaffery, John Philip; Miller, Alan Henry David; Oliver, Iain Angus; Allison, Colin (IEEE, 2014-10) - Conference item
    As the Internet continues to establish itself as a utility, like power, transport or water, it becomes increasingly important to provide an engaging educational experience about its operation for students in related STEM ...
  • Augmenting visual perception with gaze-contingent displays 

    Mauderer, Michael (University of St Andrews, 2017-06-21) - Thesis
    Cheap and easy to use eye tracking can be used to turn a common display into a gaze-contingent display: a system that can react to the user’s gaze and adjust its content based on where an observer is looking. This can ...
  • Augustine's use of medical imagery in his polemical theology 

    Beddoe, Paul Victor (University of St Andrews, 1998) - Thesis
    In his three major polemical campaigns, that is, against the Manichees, Donatists and Pelagians, Augustine used imagery derived from medicine and was, in tum influenced by the language he used. While much of the language ...
  • Austen's literary alembic : Sanditon, medicine, and the science of the novel 

    Tate, Gregory Paul (2016-04-01) - Journal article
    This essay examines the representation of science in Jane Austen’s unfinished novel Sanditon. It argues that this text, written in the months before Austen’s death in 1817, points to a development in her understanding of ...
  • Australia : a land of missed opportunities? 

    Greasley, David; McLaughlin, Eoin; Hanley, Nick; Oxley, Les (2017-05-02) - Journal article
    Comprehensive Investment (CI) may provide an indicator of future changes in a country’s per capita consumption. We explore the utility of the CI indicator for Australia by constructing CI data since 1861 and by estimating ...
  • Authentication and characterisation of a new oesophageal adenocarcinoma cell line : MFD-1 

    Garcia, Edwin; Hayden, Annette; Birts, Charles; Britton, Edward; Cowie, Andrew; Pickard, Karen; Mellone, Massimiliano; Choh, Clarisa; Derouet, Mathieu; Duriez, Patrick; Noble, Fergus; White, Michael J.; Primrose, John N.; Strefford, Jonathan C.; Rose-Zerilli, Matthew; Thomas, Gareth J.; Ang, Yeng; Sharrocks, Andrew D.; Fitzgerald, Rebecca C.; Underwood, Timothy J.; Lynch, Andy G. (2016-09-07) - Journal article
    New biological tools are required to understand the functional significance of genetic events revealed by whole genome sequencing (WGS) studies in oesophageal adenocarcinoma (OAC). The MFD-1 cell line was isolated from a ...
  • Authority and discipline in Aberdeen, 1650-1700 

    DesBrisay, Gordon Russell (University of St Andrews, 1989) - Thesis
    This study is concerned with aspects of urban society in the Scottish city of Aberdeen in the second half of the seventeenth century. The principal aim is to examine the multi-faceted nature and workings of civic ...
  • Authors and characters in search of the truth : a comparative study of Pirandello's 'Right you are (if you think so!)' and Pinter's 'The collection' 

    Nardiello, Irene (University of St Andrews, 1996) - Thesis
    According to some distinguished scholars, Pinter’s ‘The Collection’ and Pirandello’s ‘Right You Are (If You Think So!)’ display some similarities in the themes treated, mainly regarding the topic of the unverifiability of ...
  • The authors of Middle Earth : Tolkien and the mystery of literary creation 

    Pezzini, Giuseppe (2018-04) - Journal article
    Who wrote The Lord of the Rings? And The Hobbit? And The Silmarillion? And in general, who is the author of the large corpus of texts, published or unpublished, which give life to Middle Earth’s imaginarium? To answer ...
  • Autistic Hierarchy of Needs : a guide for working therapeutically with autistic adults 

    Evans-Williams, Claire; Williams, Damien John (2017-08-11) - Conference poster
  • Autobiographical memory specificity in response to verbal and pictorial cues in clinical depression 

    Ridout, Nathan; Dritschel, Barbara; Matthews, Keith; O'Carroll, Ronan (2016-06-01) - Journal article
    Background Depressed individuals have been consistently shown to exhibit problems in accessing specific memories of events from their past and instead tend to retrieve categorical summaries of events. The majority of studies ...
  • Automated chemical crystallography 

    Fuller, Amy; Scott-Hayward, Lindesay Alexandra Sarah; Li, Yang; Buehl, Michael; Slawin, Alexandra Martha Zoya; Woollins, J Derek (2010-04-28) - Journal article
    The first fully automated small-molecule robotic X-ray diffractometer is described. After demonstrating the utility of the instrument using multiple samples of ammonium bitartrate, we investigated the conformational chirality ...
  • Automated data gathering and training tool for personalized "Itchy Nose" 

    lee, Juyoung; Yeo, Hui Shyong; Starner, Thad; Quigley, Aaron John; Kunze, Kai; Woo, Woontack (ACM, 2018-02-07) - Conference item
    In "Itchy Nose" we proposed a sensing technique for detecting finger movements on the nose for supporting subtle and discreet interaction. It uses the electrooculography sensors embedded in the frame of a pair of eyeglasses ...
  • Automated face detection for occurrence and occupancy estimation in chimpanzees 

    Crunchant, Anne-Sophie; Egerer, Monika; Loos, Alexander; Burghardt, Tilo; Zuberbühler, Klaus; Corogenes, Katherine; Leinert, Vera; Kulik, Lars; Kühl, Hjalmar S. (2017-03) - Journal article
    Surveying endangered species is necessary to evaluate conservation effectiveness. Camera trapping and biometric computer vision are recent technological advances. They have impacted on the methods applicable to field surveys ...
  • Automated production of high rep rate foam targets 

    Hall, F.; Spindloe, C.; Haddock, D.; Tolley, M.; Nazarov, W. (2016-05-24) - Journal article
    Manufacturing low density targets in the numbers needed for high rep rate experiments is highly challenging. This report summarises advances from manual production to semiautomated and the improvements that follow both in ...
  • Automated static symmetry breaking in constraint satisfaction problems 

    Grayland, Andrews (University of St Andrews, 2011) - Thesis
    Variable symmetries in constraint satisfaction problems can be broken by adding lexicographic ordering constraints. Existing general methods of generating such sets of ordering constraints can produce a huge number of ...