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Roadmap for delivering the information management framework for the built environment

Mark Enzer, Alexandra Bolton, Charles Boulton, Dan Byles, Alastair Cook, Leigh Dobbs, Peter A El Hajj, Emily Keaney, Anne Kemp, Chara Makri, Seema Mistry, Richard Mortier, Sarah Rock, Jennifer Schooling, Simon Scott, Miranda Sharp, Matthew West & May Winfield

Exploiting traffic data to improve asset management and citizen quality of life

Adrià Salvador Palau, Jon Roozenbeek & Ajith Parlikad
The main goal of this project was to demonstrate how large data sources such as Google Maps can be used to inform transportation-related asset management decisions. Specifically, we investigated how the interdependence between infrastructures and assets can be studied using transportation data and heat maps. This involves linking the effect of disruptions in lower-order assets to travel accessibility to private and public infrastructure. In order to demonstrate the viability of our approach, we conducted 5...

Toward a Digitally Enabled Estate: Project Capella

Thayla Zomer
This report details the transition of University of Cambridge Estate Management to a digitally enabled estate in line with the Government Construction Strategy. To support the implementation of Building Information Modelling (BIM) Level 2 and the use of digital technologies in the delivery and operation of assets, the University’s Estate Management (EM) has developed a comprehensive information management strategy, including a range of processes and documentation. This report describes the uses of BIM technologies and...

Challenges of Digitalisation in the Aerospace and Aviation Sectors

Kirsten Lamb
This report describes digital transformation in aerospace and aviation, and identifies some challenges that are likely to have parallels with the architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) sector.

2019_Tazzari_Patients_Figures

Filippo Piccinini
COLLECTION TITLE: 2019_Tazzari_Patients_Figures
ARTICLE (when using these files, please, cite the following article):Jenny Bulgarelli, Marcella Tazzari*, Anna Maria Granato, Laura Ridolfi, Serena Maiocchi, Francesco De Rosa, Massimiliano Petrini, Elena Pancisi, Giorgia Gentili, Barbara Vergani, Filippo Piccinini, Antonella Carbonaro, Biagio Eugenio Leone, Giovanni Foschi, Valentina Ancarani, Massimo Framarini, Massimo Guidoboni, "Dendritic cell vaccination in metastatic melanoma turns “non-T cell inflamed” into “T-cell inflamed” tumors". 2019.
DESCRIPTION OF THE FILES IN THE COLLECTION:SVS files used in the above mentioned...

2019_Tazzari_Patients_Figures

Filippo Piccinini
COLLECTION TITLE: 2019_Tazzari_Patients_Figures
ARTICLE (when using these files, please, cite the following article):Jenny Bulgarelli, Marcella Tazzari*, Anna Maria Granato, Laura Ridolfi, Serena Maiocchi, Francesco De Rosa, Massimiliano Petrini, Elena Pancisi, Giorgia Gentili, Barbara Vergani, Filippo Piccinini, Antonella Carbonaro, Biagio Eugenio Leone, Giovanni Foschi, Valentina Ancarani, Massimo Framarini, Massimo Guidoboni, "Dendritic cell vaccination in metastatic melanoma turns “non-T cell inflamed” into “T-cell inflamed” tumors". 2019.
DESCRIPTION OF THE FILES IN THE COLLECTION:SVS files used in the above mentioned...

Supplementary material from "The innovation of the final moult and the origin of insect metamorphosis"

Xavier Belles
The three modes of insect postembryonic development are ametaboly, hemimetaboly and holometaboly, the latter being considered the only significant metamorphosis mode. However, the emergence of hemimetaboly, with the genuine innovation of the final moult, represents the origin of insect metamorphosis and a necessary step in the evolution of holometaboly. Hemimetaboly derives from ametaboly and might have appeared as a consequence of wing emergence in Pterygota, in the early Devonian. In extant insects, the final moult...

Supplementary material from "The innovation of the final moult and the origin of insect metamorphosis"

Xavier Belles
The three modes of insect postembryonic development are ametaboly, hemimetaboly and holometaboly, the latter being considered the only significant metamorphosis mode. However, the emergence of hemimetaboly, with the genuine innovation of the final moult, represents the origin of insect metamorphosis and a necessary step in the evolution of holometaboly. Hemimetaboly derives from ametaboly and might have appeared as a consequence of wing emergence in Pterygota, in the early Devonian. In extant insects, the final moult...

Supplementary material from "The innovation of the final moult and the origin of insect metamorphosis"

Xavier Belles
The three modes of insect postembryonic development are ametaboly, hemimetaboly and holometaboly, the latter being considered the only significant metamorphosis mode. However, the emergence of hemimetaboly, with the genuine innovation of the final moult, represents the origin of insect metamorphosis and a necessary step in the evolution of holometaboly. Hemimetaboly derives from ametaboly and might have appeared as a consequence of wing emergence in Pterygota, in the early Devonian. In extant insects, the final moult...

Flow prediction meets flow learning : combining different learning strategies for computing the optical flow

Haining Yang
Optical flow estimation is an important topic in computer vision. The goal is to computethe inter-frame displacement field between two consecutive frames of an image sequence. In practice, optical flow estimation plays a significant role in multiple application domains including autonomous driving and medical imaging. Different categories of methods exist for solving the optical flow problem. The most common technique is based on a variational framework, where an energy functional is designed and minimized in...

Supplementary material from "Male black widows parasitize mate-searching effort of rivals to find females faster"

Catherine E. Scott, Sean McCann & Maydianne C. B. Andrade
Mate-searching success is a critical precursor to mating, but there is a dearth of research on traits and tactics that confer a competitive advantage in finding potential mates. Theory and available empirical evidence suggest that males locate mates using mate-attraction signals produced by receptive females (personal information) and avoid inadvertently produced cues from rival males (social information) that indicate a female has probably already mated. Here, we show that western black widow males use both...

Supplementary material from "Male black widows parasitize mate-searching effort of rivals to find females faster"

Catherine E. Scott, Sean McCann & Maydianne C. B. Andrade
Mate-searching success is a critical precursor to mating, but there is a dearth of research on traits and tactics that confer a competitive advantage in finding potential mates. Theory and available empirical evidence suggest that males locate mates using mate-attraction signals produced by receptive females (personal information) and avoid inadvertently produced cues from rival males (social information) that indicate a female has likely already mated. Here, we show that western black widow males use both...

Supplementary material from "Male black widows parasitize mate-searching effort of rivals to find females faster"

Catherine E. Scott, Sean McCann & Maydianne C. B. Andrade
Mate-searching success is a critical precursor to mating, but there is a dearth of research on traits and tactics that confer a competitive advantage in finding potential mates. Theory and available empirical evidence suggest that males locate mates using mate-attraction signals produced by receptive females (personal information) and avoid inadvertently produced cues from rival males (social information) that indicate a female has probably already mated. Here, we show that western black widow males use both...

Supplementary material from "Possible adverse impact of contaminants on Atlantic cod population dynamics in coastal ecosystems"

Kotaro Ono, Halvor Knutsen, Esben M. Olsen, Anders Ruus, Dag Ø. Hjermann & Nils Chr. Stenseth
While many in-laboratory ecotoxicological studies have shown the adverse impact of pollutants to the fitness of an individual, direct evidence from the field on the population dynamics of wildlife animals has been lacking. Here, we provide empirical support for a negative effect of pollution on Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) population dynamics in coastal waters of Norway by combining unique time series of juvenile cod abundance, body size, environmental concentration of toxic contaminants and a spatially...

Supplementary material from "Possible adverse impact of contaminants on Atlantic cod population dynamics in coastal ecosystems"

Kotaro Ono, Halvor Knutsen, Esben M. Olsen, Anders Ruus, Dag Ø. Hjermann & Nils Chr. Stenseth
While many in-laboratory ecotoxicological studies have shown the adverse impact of pollutants to the fitness of an individual, direct evidence from the field on the population dynamics of wildlife animals has been lacking. Here, we provide empirical support for a negative effect of pollution on Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) population dynamics in coastal waters of Norway by combining unique time series of juvenile cod abundance, body size, environmental concentration of toxic contaminants and a spatially...

Supplementary material from "Possible adverse impact of contaminants on Atlantic cod population dynamics in coastal ecosystems"

Kotaro Ono, Halvor Knutsen, Esben M. Olsen, Anders Ruus, Dag Ø. Hjermann & Nils Chr. Stenseth
While many in-laboratory ecotoxicological studies have shown the adverse impact of pollutants to the fitness of an individual, direct evidence from the field on the population dynamics of wildlife animals has been lacking. Here, we provide empirical support for a negative effect of pollution on Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) population dynamics in coastal waters of Norway by combining unique time series of juvenile cod abundance, body size, environmental concentration of toxic contaminants and a spatially...

Supplementary material from "A new hurdiid radiodont from the Burgess Shale evinces the exploitation of Cambrian infaunal food sources"

J. Moysiuk & J.-B. Caron
Radiodonts, a clade of Cambro-Devonian stem group euarthropods, have classically been regarded as nektonic apex predators. However, many aspects of radiodont morphology and ecology have remained unclear because of the typically fragmentary nature of fossil material. Here, we describe a new hurdiid radiodont based on abundant and exceptionally well-preserved fossils from the Burgess Shale (Marble Canyon area, British Columbia, Canada). Cambroraster falcatus gen. et sp. nov. is characterized by an extra-large horseshoe-shaped head carapace, bearing...

Supplementary material from "A new hurdiid radiodont from the Burgess Shale evinces the exploitation of Cambrian infaunal food sources"

J. Moysiuk & J.-B. Caron
Radiodonts, a clade of Cambro-Devonian stem group euarthropods, have classically been regarded as nektonic apex predators. However, many aspects of radiodont morphology and ecology have remained unclear because of the typically fragmentary nature of fossil material. Here, we describe a new hurdiid radiodont based on abundant and exceptionally well-preserved fossils from the Burgess Shale (Marble Canyon area, British Columbia, Canada). Cambroraster falcatus gen. et sp. nov. is characterized by an extra-large horseshoe-shaped head carapace, bearing...

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