nb. next round of REF2013 will NOT be using data from eprints.ecs, but the central university REF interface.
Items from Current ECS Groups > Communications, Signal Processing and Control in 1984
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Burgess, N. and Damper, R. I. (1984) The inadequacy of the stuck-at model for testing MOS LSI circuits. Software and Microsystems, 3 . pp. 30-36.
Damper, R. I. (1984) Text composition by the physically disabled: A rate prediction model for scanning input. Applied Ergonomics, 15 . pp. 289-296.
Damper, R. I. (1984) Voice-input aids for the physically disabled. International Journal of Man-Machine Studies, 21 . pp. 541-553.
Damper, R. I. and MacDonald, S. L. (1984) Statistical clustering procedures applied to low-cost speech recognition. Journal of Biomedical Engineering, 6 . pp. 265-271.
Damper, R. I. and MacDonald, S. L. (1984) Template adaptation in speech recognition. Proceedings of the Institute of Acoustics, 64 (4). pp. 293-299.
Dabbagh, H. H. and Damper, R. I. (1984) Average selection length and time as predictors of communication rate. In: Proceedings of 8th Annual Conference on Rehabilitation Technology. pp. 404-406.
Damper, R. I. (1984) Current research in the UK into speech synthesis and recognition to aid the disabled. In: Evaluation of Assistive Devices for Paralyzed Persons. pp. 175-177.
Damper, R. I. (1984) Speech as a medium for interfacing disabled people to aids. In: Proceedings of Second International Conference on Rehabilitation Engineering. pp. 450-451.
Damper, R. I. (1984) Speech technology and the disabled. In: Proceedings of First International Conference on Speech Technology. pp. 135-143.
Damper, R. I., Baker, R. G., Lambourne, A. D., Downton, A. C., King, R. W. and Newell, A. F. (1984) Educational subtitling for deaf children. In: Proceedings of Second International Conference on Rehabilitation Engineering. pp. 304-305.
Downton, A. C., Baker, R. G., Dudley, R. P., King, R. W., Damper, R. I. and Lambourne, A. D. (1984) Televison subtitling for impaired linguistic skills. In: Proceedings of 10th International Broadcasting Convention. pp. 170-174.