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Biological control processes and their application to manufacturing planning.
(ICMR07 Conference Proceedings, De Montfort University, UK, 2007)
Exploring the application of new data collection tools and techniques in the development of cost models.
(The Institution of Engineering and Technology, 2007)
Two aspects of the cost model development process have been neglected by the costing research community, i.e. the need to develop a coherent model development methodology and the problem of data identification and collection. ...
Rheological Properties of HA Slurry for the Production of Bone Scaffolds by Layer Manufacturing
In recent years, innovative methods have been developed for the repair and regeneration of damaged and diseased bone tissue. Ceramic bio-scaffolds provide advantageous features as compared to other materials. The potential ...
Allosteric control model of bone remodelling containing periodical modes.
To help to understand the modelling process that occurs when a scaffold is implanted it is vital to understand the rather complex bone remodelling process prevalent in native bone. We have formulated a mathematical model ...
Evaluating infinite range oscillatory integrals using generalised quadrature methods
(Applied Numerical Mathematics, 2007-01-01)
Managing the effects of variability in drum-buffer-rope systems.
(Inderscience Publishers, 2007)
High-performance scalable bidirectional mixed radix-2n serial-serial multipliers
Two new high-performance bidirectional mixed radix-2n serial-serial multipliers are presented. The new designs have improved the area-time performance by ~31% when compared with existing radix-2n serial-serial multipliers. ...
Link stability and mobility in ad hoc networks
(Institute of Engineering and Technology, 2007-04-01)
The fact that ad hoc networks are required to support mobility of individual network nodes results in problems arising when routing data. These problems include route loss, poor longevity of established routes and asymmetric ...