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    • Time domain wave separation using multiple microphones 

      Kemp, Jonathan A; van Walstijn, Maarten; Campbell, Murray; Chick, John; Smith, Richard (2010-07) - Journal article
      Methods of measuring the acoustic behavior of tubular systems can be broadly characterized as steady state measurements, where the measured signals are analyzed in terms of infinite duration sinusoids, and reflectometry ...
    • Modeling pulse-like lip vibrations in brass instruments 

      Kemp, Jonathan A; Smith, Richard (Acoustical Society of America, 2013-06-02) - Conference item
      During the starting transient of a note on a brass instrument it can take several cycles of lip vibration before acoustics reflections from the end of the instrument can influence the lip frequency. Under certain conditions ...
    • The soft-source impedance of the lip-reed : experimental measurements with an artificial mouth 

      Harrison, Reginald; Kemp, Jonathan A; Newton, Michael (Acoustical Society of America, 2013-06-02) - Conference item
      Most theoretical descriptions of the brass instrument lip-reed consider the acoustical condition at the lips to be a closed, rigid termination, corresponding to a unitary reflectance. This assumption is carried through to ...
    • Wave separation in the trumpet under playing conditions and comparison with time domain finite difference simulation 

      Kemp, Jonathan A; Bilbao, Stefan; McMaster, James; Smith, Richard (2013-08) - Journal article
      Wave separation within a trumpet is presented using three high pressure microphones to measure pressure waves within the curved, constant cross-section tuning slide of the instrument while the instrument was being played ...
    • Debating irony and the ironic as a social phenomenon and a human capacity 

      Rapport, Nigel Julian; Stade, Ronald (2014-11) - Journal article
      What follows is a set of paired articles, followed by a statement by both authors where they debate their distinct positions. Both articles treat irony, but while Rapport looks to it as a possible liberal virtue, a means ...
    • Modality and paradox 

      Uzquiano, Gabriel (2015-04-06) - Journal article
      Philosophers often explain what could be the case in terms of what is, in fact, the case at one possible world or another. They may differ in what they take possible worlds to be or in their gloss of what is for something ...
    • A neglected resolution of Russell's paradox of propositions 

      Uzquiano, Gabriel (2015-06) - Journal article
      Bertrand Russell offered an influential paradox of propositions in Appendix B of "The Principles of Mathematics", but there is little agreement as to what to conclude from it. We suggest that Russell’s paradox is best ...
    • Chariots of Fire rerun : locating film’s cultural capital on a contemporary stage 

      Rice, Tom; Yumibe, Joshua (2015-07) - Journal article
      The title sequence of Chariots of Fire – filmed on the West Sands beach of St Andrews, Scotland – has become one of the most reworked and reinterpreted moments of British cinema, transposed across a variety of places, ...
    • Recombination and paradox 

      Uzquiano, Gabriel (2015-08) - Journal article
    • Reply to Blackson 

      Weatherson, Brian James (2016) - Journal article
      Thomas Blackson argues that interest-relative epistemologies cannot explain the irrationality of certain choices when the agent has three possible options. I argue that his examples only refute a subclass of interest-relative ...
    • "Are you proud to be British?" Mobile film shows, local voices and the demise of the British Empire in Africa 

      Rice, Tom (2016) - Journal article
      The Colonial Film Unit (CFU) (1939–1955) produced over 200 films, which were exhibited non-theatrically to African audiences through its fleet of mobile cinema vans. While the CFU closely monitored, and theorised on, its ...
    • Memory, belief and time 

      Weatherson, Brian James (2016-01-08) - Journal article
      I argue that what evidence an agent has does not supervene on how she currently is. Agents do not always have to infer what the past was like from how things currently seem; sometimes the facts about the past are retained ...
    • Games, beliefs and credences 

      Weatherson, Brian James (2016-03) - Journal article
    • Contextualism about evidential support 

      Brown, Jessica Anne (2016-03) - Journal article
      In this paper, I examine a contextualist thesis that has been little discussed in comparison with contextualism about knowledge, namely contextualism about evidential support. This seems surprising since, prima facie, ...
    • Reply to Eaton and Pickavance 

      Weatherson, Brian James (2016-03-11) - Journal item
      David Eaton and Timothy Pickavance argued that interest-relative invariantism has a surprising and interesting consequence. They take this consequence to be so implausible that it refutes interest-relative invariantism. ...
    • Schellenberg on the epistemic force of experience 

      McGrath, Matthew (2016-04) - Journal article
      According to Schellenberg, our perceptual experiences have the epistemic force they do because they are exercises of certain sorts of capacity, namely capacities to discriminate particulars—objects, property-instances and ...
    • Perceptual reasons 

      Comesana, Juan; McGrath, Matthew (2016-04) - Journal article
      The two main theories of perceptual reasons in contemporary epistemology can be called Phenomenalism and Factualism. According to Phenomenalism, perceptual reasons are facts about experiences conceived of as phenomenal ...
    • How khipus indicated labour contributions in an Andean village: an explanation of colour banding, seriation and ethnocategories 

      Hyland, Sabine (2016-12) - Journal article
      New archival and ethnographic evidence reveals that Inka style khipus were used in the Andean community of Santiago de Anchucaya to record contributions to communal labour obligations until the 1940s. Archival testimony ...
    • Writing with twisted cords : the inscriptive capacity of Andean khipu texts 

      Hyland, Sabine Patricia (2017) - Journal article
      Two newly discovered khipu (Andean twisted cord) epistles are presented as evidence that khipus could constitute an intelligible writing system, accessible to decipherment. Recent scholars have asserted that khipus were ...