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UCL Eprints collects the work of UCL researchers and makes it freely available over the web, helping the worldwide scholarly community to discover UCL research. Institutional repositories like UCL Eprints complement the traditional academic publishing and scholarly communications processes. They raise the visibility of research and help to maximise its impact. UCL researchers are encouraged to deposit a copy of each journal article, conference paper, working paper, and any other research output, in the UCL Eprints at the earliest opportunity, ensuring that their research reaches as wide an audience as possible.

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  1. Protein Polyphosphorylation of Lysine Residues by Inorganic Polyphosphate

    Azevedo, C; Livermore, T; Saiardi, A

  2. Constructive interference based Constant Envelope Precoding

    Amadori, PV; Masouros, C
    © 2016 IEEE.We present a new multiple-input-multiple-output (MIMO) transmission scheme for generic phase-shift-keying (PSK) modulations in the multi-user (MU) downlink channel, where Constant Envelope Precoding (CEP) is combined with concepts of interference exploitation. In the proposed approach, multi-user-interference (MUI) is treated as a resource for increasing the signal-to-interference-and-noise-ratio (SINR) at the receiver side, in contrast with conventional precoding schemes from the literature which aim to minimize MUI. Two different CEP schemes are presented: a first technique, based on the application of the cross-entropy solver, and a two-step approach, based on an initial relaxation of the power constraints and a subsequent...

  3. Romano-British round houses to medieval parish: Excavations at 10 Gresham Street, City of London, 1999-2002’ by Casson, Drummond-Murray and Francis (2014)

    Perring, D

  4. Centre for Applied Archaeology (CAA)

    Perring, D

  5. Roman London and the Walbrook Stream Crossing: Excavations at 1 Poultry and Vicinity, City of London. By J. Hill and P. Rowsome. Museum of London Archaeology Monograph 37. MOLA, London, 2011. 2 vols: pp. xxxii + 597, illus (+CD-ROM). Price: £57.00. isbn 978 1 907586 04 0.Roman Archaeology in the Upper Reaches of the Walbrook Valley: Excavations at 6–8 Tokenhouse Yard, London EC2. By J. Leary and J. Butler. Pre-Construct Archaeology Monograph 14. Pre-Construct Archaeology Ltd, London, 2012. Pp. xiv + 128, illus. Price: £15.00. isbn 978 0 9563054 5 9.

    Perring, D

  6. review of ‘Romano-British round houses to medieval parish: Excavations at 10 Gresham Street, City of London, 1999-2002’ by Casson, Drummond-Murray and Francis (2014)

    Perring, D

  7. The National Planning Policy Framework and Archaeology: A Discussion

    Flatman, J; Perring, D

  8. review of ‘Archaeological Survey and the City’ by Johnson and Millett (Oxbow, 2013)

    Perring, D

  9. review of ‘The Discovery of the Roman Fort at Cripplegate, City of London. Excavations by W F Grimes 1947-68’ by Shepherd (Museum of London 2012)

    Perring, D

  10. The Centre for Applied Archaeology (CAA)'

    Perring, D

  11. The Centre for Applied Archaeology (CAA)

    Perring, D

  12. The Centre for Applied Archaeology (CAA)

    Perring, D

  13. review of Howell I. with Blackmore L, Phillpotts C and Thorp A, 2013 Roman and medieval development south of Cheapside: Excavations at Bow Bells House, City of London, 2005-6, MoLA Studies Series 26

    Perring, D

  14. review of ‘Houses and Society in the Later Roman Empire’ by Kim Bowes

    Perring, D

  15. ‘Three rescue excavations by the Museum of London’

    Perring, D

  16. review of ‘Londinium and beyond: essays on Roman London and its hinterland for Harvey Sheldon’ by Clark (ed) and others, and ‘From temples to Thames Street – 2000 years of riverside development; Archaeological excavations at the Salvation Army International Headquarters’ by Bradley and Butler.

    Perring, D

  17. Domestic architecture: Roman

    Perring, D

  18. Crystal structure of the neuropilin-1 MAM domain: completing the neuropilin-1 ectodomain picture

    Yelland, T; Djordjevic, S

  19. Animal models in neuro ophthalmology

    Normando, EM; Brodie, JT; Francesca Cordeiro, M
    © Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2016.Neuro-ophthalmology is the branch of ophthalmology dedicated to the study of neurological conditions which affect the visual system. An adequate understanding of the aetiology and pathophysiology of neuro-ophthalmic conditions is fundamental for establishing successful therapeutic strategies. Animal models are therefore considered crucial for understanding and investigating pathological events. Several animal models have been developed for studying neuro-ophthalmic disorders. However, their validity is closely related to the level of similarity with the human pathology. Rodent models are extensively used due to their accessibility and cost efficiency. In particular, mouse models are recognised as among the best...

  20. Risk calculators in glaucoma

    Ameen, S; Javaid, F; Cordeiro, MF
    © 2016 Taylor & Francis.Currently, there are few risk calculators available for glaucoma patients. Despite being in mainstream use for a number of years, their impact on clinical practice has been varied. In this paper, we review these glaucoma risk calculators and their history and attempt to predict the future of their use with suggested and potential improvements.

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