Cardiff Metropolitan Research Repository (DSpace)
Cardiff Metropolitan's Research Repository provides access to all of the University’s research and other scholarly output. We facilitate open access to research by providing a place for everyone to discover and access knowledge.
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(Springer, 2017-01-25)Yn y bennod hon, rydym yn ymchwilio i amrywio seinegol a ffonolegol yn lleferydd siaradwyr dwyieithog Cymraeg-Saesneg rhwng 16 a 18 mlwydd oed. Rydym yn gofyn a yw cefndir ieithyddol yn dylanwadu ar amrywio yn y ddwy iaith ...
Design Fictions: A Tool for Debating Societal, Legal and Ethical Aspects of Personal and Pervasive Health Systems (Springer, 2016-12-01)The potential benefits offered by health-related technologies are counterpoised by the societal, legal and ethical challenges concomitant with the pervasive monitoring of people necessitated by such technological interventions. ...
(EmeraldCardiff School of Management, 2017)Purpose: Disclosure and transparency are major pillars of corporate governance which need to be greatly promoted in Egypt. This research aims to understand how different kinds of institutional investors affect levels of ...
(Inderscience, 2017-07-12)With increasing demands for autonomous agents to work alongside humans in emergency management response (EMR), considerations of translations of human to machine language (and the converse) are timely. We present a prototype ...
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