34 Works

Political Agreements in Internal Conflicts (PAIC) Dataset and Codebook

Giuditta Fontana, Argyro Kartsonaki, Natascha Neudorfer, Dawn Walsh, Stefan Wolff & Crystalla Yakinthou

Hyperspectral Imaging for the Detection of Microbial Spoilage of Mushrooms

Edurne Gaston, Jesus Maria Frias, Patrick Cullen, Colm O’Donnell & Aoife Gowen, University College Dublin Aoife Gowen, University College Dublin

Storage, Manipulation, and Visualization of LiDAR Data

Bianca Schoen-Phelan, M. Bertolotto, D. F. Laefer & Sean Corish

High diversity of mites (Acari: Oribatida, Mesostig-mata) supports the high conservation value of a broadleaf forest in Eastern Norway

Anna Seniczak, Stanisław Seniczak, Josef Starý, Sławomir Kaczmarek, Bjarte Jordal, Jarosław Kowalski, Steffen Roth, Per Djursvoll & Thomas Bolger
Broadleaf forests are critical habitats for biodiversity and this biodiversity is in turn essential for their proper functioning. Mites (Acari) are a numerous and functionally essential component of these forests. We report the diversity of two important groups, Oribatida and Mesostigmata, in a broadleaf forest in Eastern Norway which is considered to be a biodiversity hotspot. Eighteen samples, each 500 cm3, were collected from diverse microhabitats (moss on ground, lichens on tree twigs lying on...

Identification and evaluation of serum protein biomarkers which differentiate psoriatic from rheumatoid arthritis

Angela Mc Ardle
Objectives To identify serum protein biomarkers which might separate early inflammatory arthritis (EIA) patients with psoriatic arthritis (PsA) from those with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) and may be used to support appropriate early intervention. Methods The serum proteome of patients with PsA and RA was interrogated using liquid chromatography mass spectrometry (LC-MS/MS) (n=64 patients), a multiplexed antibody assay (Luminex) for 48 proteins (n=64 patients) and an aptamer-based assay (SOMAscan) targeting 1,129 proteins (n=36 patients). Multiple reaction...

Data from: The transcriptomics of crushing jaw convergence in cichlid fishes: comparative gene expression in recent sympatric versus older allopatric trophic adaptations

Nidal Karagic, Sarah Weis, Paolo Franchini, Axel Meyer & C. Darrin Hulsey
How gene expression diverges during adaptation might be strongly influenced by the geographic setting and timeframe over which species evolve. To contrast transcriptomic patterns of replicate trophic adaptations that evolved convergently during both allopatric and sympatric contexts, we conducted RNA-seq on the trophically important lower pharyngeal jaws of two sympatrically and four allopatrically diverged species pairs of cichlid fishes. We first show that all of these species pairs have convergently diverged along a crushing trophic...

Microplastics in Eurasian otter (Lutra lutra) spraints and their potential as a biomonitoring tool in freshwater systems

James D. O'Connor, Heather T. Lally, Anne-Marie Mahon, Ian O'Connor, Róisín Nash, John J. O'Sullivan, Michael Bruen, Linda Heerey, Albert A. Koelmans, Ferdia Marnell & Sinéad Murphy
The ubiquitous nature of microplastics in aquatic ecosystems may have serious implications for aquatic biota. While microplastic research in freshwater ecosystems is increasing, very few studies have assessed the physical presence of microplastics among top predators. The Eurasian otter (Lutra lutra), a top predator of aquatic ecosystems, is one of the most widely distributed otter species and has a broad habitat niche. The opportunistic collection of otter spraints (i.e. feces) presents a valuable opportunity to...

QoS-Aware IPTV Routing Algorithms

Patrick McDonagh, Philip Perry & Liam Murphy

The Nonlinear Amplification of Magnetic Fields by Cosmic Rays at Supernova Remnant Shocks

Brian Reville, Peter Duffy & Stephen O'Sullivan

The AMPHERE Algorithm: Area Masking with the PERformance Equation

Bianca Schoen-Phelan, Gregory O'Hare, Brian Duffy, Alan Martin & John Bradley

La création du moi chez Gracián : entre être et paraître

Alix Stéphan

Machine annotation of sets of traditional Irish dance tunes

Bryan Duggan, Brendan O'Shea, Mikel Gainza & Padraig Cunningham

Gathering Datasets for Activity Identification

Lorcan Coyle, Juan Ye, Susan McKeever, Stephen Knox, Mathew Staelber, Simon Dobson & Paddy Nixon

ECUE: a spam filter that uses machine learning to track concept drift

Sarah Jane Delany, Padraig Cunningham & Barry Smyth

Virtual Personal Assistants in a Pervasive Computing World

John Bradley, Brian R. Duffy, Gregory O'Hare, Alan Martin & Bianca Schoen-Phelan

Empowering Agents within Virtual Environments

Alan Martin, Brian Duffy, Gregory O'Hare, Bianca Schoen-Phelan & John Bradley

Integrative genomics of the mammalian alveolar macrophage response to intracellular mycobacteria: RNA-seq statistics and results

David MacHugh, Thomas Hall, Michael Mullen, Gillian McHugo, Kate Killick, Donagh Berry, Siobhán Ring, Carolina Correia, John Browne & Stephen Gordon
Background: Bovine TB (bTB), caused by infection with Mycobacterium bovis, is a major endemic disease affecting global cattle production. The key innate immune cell that first encounters the pathogen is the alveolar macrophage, previously shown to be substantially reprogrammed during intracellular infection by the pathogen. Here we use differential expression, and correlation- and interaction-based network approaches to analyse the host response to infection with M. bovis at the transcriptome level to identify core infection response...

Appendices interview formats

Una Cunningham, Aoife De Brún, Willgerodt Mayumi, Erin Blakeney & Eilish McAuliffe
Background: Literature on multi-disciplinary healthcare team interventions to improve quality and safety of care in acute hospital contexts tends to focus on evaluating the success of the intervention by assessing patient outcomes. In contrast, there is little focus on the team who delivered the intervention, how the team worked to deliver the intervention or the context in which it was delivered. In practice, there is a poor understanding of why some interventions work and are...

Degree Centrality and the Probability of an Infectious Disease Outbreak in Towns within a Region

Elizabeth Hunter, Brian Mac Namee & John Kelleher

A Move to Higher Module Credit Weighting to Enhance Student Engagement

Geraldine Mary O'Neill, Paul Rouse & Suzanne Guerin

Compensating for expressiveness in queries to a content based music information retrieval system

Bryan Duggan, Brendan O'Shea, Mikel Gainza & Padraig Cunningham

A Multilayered Uncertainty Model for Context Aware Systems

Susan McKeever, Juan Ye, Lorcan Coyle & Simon Dobson

Intentional Embodied Agents

Alan Martin, Gregory M.P. O'Hare, Brian R. Duffy, John F. Bradley & Bianca Schoen-Phelan

U-Pb isotope ratios and trace element concentrations of carbonate-fluorapatite from phosphate nodules in Carboniferous sedimentary rocks in northern Co. Clare, Ireland

Gary J O'Sullivan, J Stephen Daly, John Murray, Aodhán Ó'Gogáin, David M Chew, Foteini Drakou, Paul C Guyett & Eszter Badenszki
These data are trace element concentrations and U-Pb isotope ratios from phosphate nodules in Carboniferous-age carbonates, shales and phosphorites in Co. Clare, western Ireland. Sampling locations (both in degrees and as UTM coordinates) are also included. Mineralogically, the analysed material is apatite (species: carbonate-fluorapatite). These data are being used to support a paper which is currently under review. Data were collected by LA-Q-ICPMS in the National Centre for Isotope Geochemistry in University College Dublin, and...

Model-Free and Model-Based Active Learning for Regression

Jack O'Neill, Technological University Dublin Jack O'Neill, Technological University Dublin, Sarah Jane Delany & Brian MacNamee

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