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Measuring the Impact of Digital Resources: The Balanced Value Impact Model
Citing this paper Please note that where the full-text provided on King's Research Portal is the Author Accepted Manuscript or Post-Print version this may differ from the final Published version. IfExpand
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Dissolved cerium contributes to uptake of Ce in the presence of differently sized CeO2-nanoparticles by three crop plants.
We investigated the uptake of cerium (Ce) dioxide nanoparticles (NPs) by hydroponically grown wheat, pumpkin and sunflower plants. The presence of plant roots in nutrient solution led to aExpand
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Reproduction charging models & rights policy for digital images in American art museums
  • S. Tanner
  • Engineering, Political Science
  • 19 November 2004
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Digitising the Dead Sea Scrolls
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Conversion of Primary Sources
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The Urban Last Mile Problem: Autonomous Drone Delivery to Your Balcony
Drone delivery has been a hot topic in the industry in the past few years. However, existing approaches either focus on rural areas or rely on centralized drop-off locations from where the last mileExpand
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Measuring the impact of digitized resources: The Balanced Value Model
  • S. Tanner, M. Deegan
  • Sociology, Computer Science
  • Digital Heritage International Congress…
  • 1 November 2013
This paper introduces an innovative new model for measuring the impact of digital heritage resources - the Balanced Value Impact Model. The Balanced Value Impact Model (BVI Model) brings togetherExpand
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