University of Central Lancashire

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  • White Papers // Oct 2011

    Witness Interviews: Does Recall of Relational Information Improve Identifiability of a Facial Composite?

    Facial composites are used by Police to generate lines of enquiry; unfortunately composites made by traditional 'Feature' systems are not often accurately named. One reason could be that these systems tend to rely on descriptions of the criminal's facial features, when it has been shown that relationships and distances between...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2011

    Design and Analysis of OFDM System for Powerline Based Communication

    Research on digital communication systems has been greatly developed in the past few years and offers a high quality of transmission in both wired and wireless communication environments. Coupled with advances in new modulation techniques, Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM) is a well-known digital multicarrier communication technique and one of...

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  • White Papers // May 2009

    Sport In A Credit Crunched Consumer Culture

    This paper suggests a few ways in which modern competitive sport and large-scale sport events have developed in line with the logic of (late) capitalist modernity. It considers the impact of the credit crunch for recent trends in sport and suggests that the sociological study of sport faces the same...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Information Security Management Objectives and Practices: A Parsimonious Framework

    Through an empirical study, the authors examined the dimensions of information security objectives and practices. Specifically, they explored the inter-relationships between information security objectives and practices and developed a parsimonious framework for ISM. Practitioners should use the proposed framework as a starting point to develop particular information security objectives, which...

    Provided By University of Central Lancashire

  • White Papers // May 2009

    Sport In A Credit Crunched Consumer Culture

    This paper suggests a few ways in which modern competitive sport and large-scale sport events have developed in line with the logic of (late) capitalist modernity. It considers the impact of the credit crunch for recent trends in sport and suggests that the sociological study of sport faces the same...

    Provided By University of Central Lancashire

  • White Papers // Sep 2011

    Design and Analysis of OFDM System for Powerline Based Communication

    Research on digital communication systems has been greatly developed in the past few years and offers a high quality of transmission in both wired and wireless communication environments. Coupled with advances in new modulation techniques, Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM) is a well-known digital multicarrier communication technique and one of...

    Provided By University of Central Lancashire

  • White Papers // Oct 2011

    Witness Interviews: Does Recall of Relational Information Improve Identifiability of a Facial Composite?

    Facial composites are used by Police to generate lines of enquiry; unfortunately composites made by traditional 'Feature' systems are not often accurately named. One reason could be that these systems tend to rely on descriptions of the criminal's facial features, when it has been shown that relationships and distances between...

    Provided By University of Central Lancashire

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Information Security Management Objectives and Practices: A Parsimonious Framework

    Through an empirical study, the authors examined the dimensions of information security objectives and practices. Specifically, they explored the inter-relationships between information security objectives and practices and developed a parsimonious framework for ISM. Practitioners should use the proposed framework as a starting point to develop particular information security objectives, which...

    Provided By University of Central Lancashire