Publications in 2005

An evaluation of a multidimensional visual interface for geographic information retrieval

  1. Hobona G
  2. James P
  3. Fairbairn D

2005International Conference on Information and Knowledge Management, Proceedings

Attitudes and perceptions towards healthier eating of older adults residing in sheltered housing

  1. Hindmarsh PN
  2. Wood CE
  3. Seal CJ
  4. Adamson AJ
  5. Mathers JC
  6. Moynihan PJ

2005Proceedings of the Nutrition Society

Blossom, a hand-worn, interactive digital-jewellery concept piece

  1. Wallace SJ

2005‘Our Cyborg Future’; ‘Interrogating Fashion’ an experimental fashion event; ‘Wearable Futures’

Comparison of methods to estimate non-milk extrinsic sugars and their application to sugars in the diet of young adolescents

  1. Kelly SAM
  2. Summerbell C
  3. Rugg-Gunn AJ
  4. Adamson A
  5. Fletcher E
  6. Moynihan PJ

2005British Journal of Nutrition

Gender and socio-demographic factors influencing dietary change from adolescence to adulthood: The ASH30 study

  1. Lake AA
  2. Mathers JC
  3. Rugg-Gunn AJ
  4. Adamson AJ

2005South African Journal of Clinical Nutrition

Intelligent Virtual Agents: 5th International Working Conference (IVA). Kos, Greece. 12-14 September 2005

  1. Panayiotopoulos T
  2. Gratch J
  3. Aylett R
  4. Ballin D
  5. Olivier P
  6. Rist T

2005Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence

Packaged food intake by children aged 0 to 16 years (g/kg body weight)

  1. Foster E
  2. Matthews JNS
  3. Mathers JC
  4. Moynihan PJ
  5. Adamson AJ

2005Proceedings of the Nutrition Society

Smart Graphics: 5th International Symposium. Frauenwörth Cloister, Germany. 22-24 August 2005

  1. Butz A
  2. Fischer B
  3. Krüger A
  4. Olivier P

2005Lecture Notes in Computer Science

T?Align, a web?based tool for comparison of multiple terminal restriction fragment length polymorphism profiles

  1. Smith CJ
  2. Danilowicz BS
  3. Clear AK
  4. Costello FJ
  5. Wilson B
  6. Meijer WG

2005FEMS Microbiology Ecology

The impact of a school-based nutrition education intervention on dietary intake and cognitive and attitudinal variables relating to fruits and vegetables

  1. Anderson AS
  2. Porteous LEG
  3. Foster E
  4. Higgins C
  5. Stead M
  6. Hetherington M
  7. Ha M-A
  8. Adamson AJ

2005Public Health Nutrition

Virtual Camera Planning

  1. Christie M
  2. Machap R
  3. Normand J-M
  4. Olivier P
  5. Pickering J

2005Smart Graphics: 5th International Symposium (SG)

Virtual camera planning: A survey

  1. Christie M
  2. Machap R
  3. Normand JM
  4. Olivier P
  5. Pickering J

2005Smart Graphics: 5th International Symposium (SG)