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  • Are we being served? Consumer versus retailers perceptions of customer service expectations within selected menswear stores. 

    Bremner, Pauline Ann Mary; Freathy, Paul (EAERCD, 2001-06-27)
    BREMNER, P.A.M. and FREATHY, P. 2001. Are we being served? Consumer versus retailers perceptions of customer service expectations within selected menswear stores. Presented at the 11th international European association for education and research in commercial distribution conference (EAERCD), 27-29 June 2001, Tilburg, Netherlands.
    This paper examines the mismatch between consumer and retailer perceptions of customer service and its potential impact on customer satisfaction. Having examined the main influences and themes from primary research this ...
  • Armchair auditing and the great town hall transparency swindle. 

    Morrison, James (Peter Lang http://dx.doi.org/10.3726/978-3-0353-0563-0, 2014-05-05)
    MORRISON, J. 2014. Armchair auditing and the great town hall transparency swindle. In Charles, A. The end of journalism 2.0. Oxford: Peter Lang [online], pages 153-170 . Available from: http://dx.doi.org/10.3726/978-3-0353-0563-0
    Britain's coalition government has preached an awful lot about local trans- parency. Within weeks of the Conservatives entering their uneasy alliance with the Liberal Democrats in May 2010, the new administration's Pooterish ...
  • Art as a narrative of alterity. Part 1: Prolegomenon, appendices, and bibliography. Part 2: Books. 

    Grassom, Brian James (The Robert Gordon University Gray's School of Art, 2006-11)
    There is a close relationship between art and philosophy. From time to time, philosophy attempts to make art its theme. Invariably it has to acknowledge the very qualities of art that it seeks to explain - art’s elusiveness ...
  • The articulation of social capital in entrepreneurial networks: a glue or a lubricant? 

    Anderson, Alistair R.; Jack, Sarah L. (Taylor & Francis. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/08985620110112079, 2002)
    ANDERSON, A. R. and JACK, S. L., 2002. The articulation of social capital in entrepreneurial networks: a glue or a lubricant? Entrepreneurship & Regional Development, 14 (3), pp. 193-210.
    Whilst social capital has been applied in a variety of contexts the nature, role and application of social capital in an entrepreneurial context have not been extensively explored. The nature of social capital presents a ...
  • Artificial biochemical networks. 

    Capanni, Niccolo Francesco; Macleod, Christopher; Maxwell, Grant M.; Clayton, William (IEEE, 2005)
    CAPANNI, N., MACLEOD, C., MAXWELL, G. and CLAYTON, W. 2005. Artificial biochemical networks. In: International Conference on Computational Intelligence for Modelling, Control and Automation, 2005 and International Conference on Intelligent Agents , Web Technologies and Internet Commerce, Volume 2. 28-30 November 2005. Vienna, Austria. Pp. 98-102.
    Connectionist approaches to Artificial Intelligence are almost always based on Artificial Neural Networks. However, there is another route towards Parallel Distributed Processing, taking as its inspiration the intelligence ...
  • Artificial biochemical networks: a different connectionist paradigm. 

    Macleod, Christopher; Capanni, Niccolo Francesco (Springer. The original publication is available at http://www.springerlink.com http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10462-009-9149-y, 2010-02)
    MACLEOD, C. and CAPANNI, N. F., 2010. Artificial biochemical networks: a different connectionist paradigm. Artificial Intelligence Review , 33 (1/2), pp. 123-134.
    Connectionist models are usually based on Artificial Neural Networks. However, there is another route towards Parallel Distributed Processing. This is by considering the origins of the intelligence displayed by the single ...
  • Artificial chemistry approach to exploring search spaces using Artificial Reaction Network agents. 

    Gerrard, Claire E.; McCall, John; Macleod, Christopher; Coghill, George M. (IEEE http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/CEC.2013.6557702, 2013)
    GERRARD, C. E., MCCALL, J., MACLEOD, C. and COGHILL, G. M., 2013. Artificial chemistry approach to exploring search spaces using Artificial Reaction Network agents. In: IEEE Congress on Evolutionary Computation (CEC) 2013 : Proceedings. 20 – 23 June 2013. IEEE. pp. 1201-1208.
    The Artificial Reaction Network (ARN) is a cell signaling network inspired representation belonging to the branch of A-Life known as Artificial Chemistry. It has properties in common with both AI and Systems Biology ...
  • Artificial neural network application for partial discharge recognition: survey and future directions. 

    Mas'ud, Abdullahi Abubakar; Albarracin, Ricardo; Ardila-Rey, Jorge Alfredo; Muhammad-Sukki, Firdaus; Illias, Hazlee Azil; Bani, Nurul Aini; Munir, Abu Bakar (MDPI http://dx.doi.org/10.3390/en9080574, 2016-07-25)
    MASUD, A.A., ALBARRACIN, R., ARDILA-REY, J.A., MUHAMMAD-SUKKI, F., ILLIAS, H.A., BANI, N.A. and MUNIR, A.B. 2016. Artificial neural network application for partial discharge recognition: survey and future directions. Energies [online], 9(8), article number 574. Available from: http://dx.doi.org/10.3390/en9080574
    In order to investigate how artificial neural networks (ANNs) have been applied for partial discharge (PD) pattern recognition, this paper reviews recent progress made on ANN development for PD classification by a literature ...
  • Artificial Reaction Networks. 

    Gerrard, Claire E.; McCall, John; Coghill, George M.; Macleod, Christopher (2011-09-20)
    In this paper we present a novel method of simulating cellular intelligence, the Artificial Reaction Network (ARN). The ARN can be described as a modular S-System, with some properties in common with other Systems Biology ...
  • An artificially-intelligent biomeasurement system for total hip arthroplasty patient rehabilitation. 

    Law, Ewan James (Robert Gordon University School of Health Sciences, 2012-11)
    This study concerned the development and validation of a hardware and software biomeasurement system, which was designed to be used by physiotherapists, general practitioners and other healthcare professionals. The ...
  • Artist as leader (2007-09). 

    On the Edge Research (On the Edge Research https://ontheedgeresearch.org/artist-as-leader-2007-09/, 2013-11-26)
    ON THE EDGE RESEARCH. 2009. Artist as leader (2007-09) [online]. Available from: https://ontheedgeresearch.org/artist-as-leader-2007-09/
    Artist as Leader posed the questions What does leadership mean to artists? Can artists be leaders? The research formed a partnership between Performing Arts Labs, London, Cultural Enterprise Office, Glasgow and the Cultural ...
  • Artist as leader. [Film] 

    Davie, Emma (Edinburgh College of Art, 2008-01-31)
    DAVIE, E. [2008]. Artist as leader. [Film]. Edinburgh: Edinburgh College of Art.
    Artist as Leader posed the questions: "what does leadership mean to artists," and "can artists be leaders?" The research formed a partnership between Performing Arts Labs, London, Cultural Enterprise Office, Glasgow and ...
  • The artist as leader: constructing a national network to support research into the creative competencies of the artist as cultural leader. 

    Douglas, Anne (Arts and Humanities Research Council http://www.ahrc.ac.uk/documents/project-reports-and-reviews/ahrc-annual-report-accounts/2006-07, 2007-07-12)
    DOUGLAS, A. 2007. The artist as leader: constructing a national network to support research into the creative competencies of the artist as cultural leader. In Arts and Humanities Research Council, Annual report and accounts, 2006-07. London: TSO [online], page 14. Available from: http://www.ahrc.ac.uk/documents/project-reports-and-reviews/ahrc-annual-report-accounts/2006-07
    This case study describes how the author is constructing a national network to support research to encourage and enable artists as future leaders.
  • The artist as leader: research report. 

    Douglas, Anne; Fremantle, Chris; Performing Arts Labs; Cultural Enterprise Office; Scottish Leadership Foundation (Robert Gordon University http://www2.rgu.ac.uk/subj/ats/ontheedge2/artistasleader/ArtistAsLeader.pdf, 2009)
    DOUGLAS, A. and FREMANTLE, C.; with Performing Arts Labs, Cultural Enterprise Office, Scottish Leadership Foundation, 2009. The artist as leader: research report. Aberdeen: Robert Gordon University.
  • Artist as navigator: understanding how the social qualities of art influence organizational change; a methodology for art as a social practice. 

    Smith, Helen (Robert Gordon University Gray's School of Art, 2015-07)
    SMITH, H. 2015. Artist as navigator: understanding how the social qualities of art influence organizational change; a methodology for art as a social practice. Robert Gordon University, PhD thesis.
    • What insights can art reveal in the context of organizational change? • How do artistic practices influence the way communities address change? • In what ways can an individual artistic practice concerned with the role ...
  • The artistic turn: a manifesto. 

    Coessens, Kathleen; Crispin, Darla; Douglas, Anne (Leuven University Press. http://upers.kuleuven.be/en/book/9789490389000, 2009-09)
    COESSENS, K., CRISPIN, D. and DOUGLAS, A., 2009. The artistic turn: a manifesto. Leuven: Leuven University Press.
    Despite innovative developments in research in-and-through the arts in the past decade, the emergent field of artistic research remains controversial, and is accepted with varying degrees of enthusiasm in academic institutions. ...
  • The arts as a means of cultural integration: a Chilean case study 

    Rodriguez-Remedi, Alejandra (The Robert Gordon University Gray's School of Art, 2007-11)
    How might the arts help to unveil and integrate realities so as to facilitate shared meanings and understandings between peoples and thus generate the conditions for the participatory, creative cultural diversity which ...
  • Askesis and organizational culture. 

    Halsall, Robert; Brown, Mary (SAGE http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/1350508412443580, 2013-03)
    HALSALL, R. and BROWN, M., 2013. Askesis and organizational culture. Organization, 20 (2), pp. 233-255.
    This article makes the case for the contribution of the cultural theory of Sloterdijk and the tradition of philosophical anthropology on which it is based to an understanding of the processes of culture formation in ...
  • 'Asking the right question': a comparison of two approaches to gathering data on 'Herbals' use in survey based studies. 

    McLay, James S.; Abdul Rouf, Pallivalappila; Shetty, Ashalatha; Pande, Binita; Al Hail, Moza; Stewart, Derek C. (Public Library of Science https://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0150140, 2016-02-25)
    MCLAY, J.S., ABDUL ROUF, P., SHETTY, A., PANDE, B., AL HAIL, M. and STEWART, D., 2016. 'Asking the right question’. A comparison of two approaches to gathering data on 'herbals' use in survey based studies. PLoS ONE Vol 11 (2), e0150140.
    Background Over the last decade academic interest in the prevalence and nature of herbal medicines use by pregnant women has increased significantly. Such data are usually collected by means of an administered questionnaire ...
  • Asking the right questions about Europe. 

    Marcella, Rita (Press and journal, 2016-04-18)
    MARCELLA, R. 2016. Asking the right questions about Europe. Press and journal. The business (supplement) [online], 18 April, page 16. Available from: https://www.pressandjournal.co.uk/fp/business/business-opinion/887189/rita-marcella/
    The European Debate - do we know the right questions to ask?