Simon M. Lambert

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NATSEM aims to enhance social and economic policy debate and analysis by developing high quality models, applying them in relevant research and supplying consultancy services. NATSEM's key area of expertise lies in developing and using microdata and microsimulation models for a range of purposes, including analysing the distributional impact of social and(More)
We consider the scalar-tensor theories of gravity extended by the pseudoscalar couplings to matter and gauge fields and derive constraints on the CP-odd combinations of scalar and pseudoscalar couplings from laboratory spin precession experiments and from the evolution of photon polarization over cosmological distances. We show the complimentary character(More)
The National Centre for Social and Economic Modelling was established on 1 January 1993, following a contract between the University of Canberra and the then Federal Department of Health, Housing, and Community Services (now Human Services and Health). NATSEM has been established to develop microsimulation models, for use by government departments and the(More)
  • Brian Matthews, Alvaro Arenas, Michael Wilson, Damian Mac Randal, Adomas Svirskas, Julian Gallop +2 others
  • 2005
CCLRC is a UK civil research laboratory which provides large scale facilities to the international scientific community – mainly university based, although also used by industry. Current and planned CCLRC facilities include particle accelerators/synchrotrons that produce neutrons, muons, x-rays and visible light for non-destructive materials testing using a(More)
WasteWater Treatment Plants (WWTPs) are complex dynamic systems that are difficult to manage and that require long-term expertise and constant monitoring for efficient operation. In addition, in the case of vinasses treatment, producers are often small and medium entreprises (SMEs) that cannot afford the cost of a human expert available on a daily basis(More)
  • Richard Percival, Simon Fischer, Ann Harding, Senior Research Fellow, Debra Wheare, Francis Regan +4 others
  • 1998
NATSEM aims to enhance social and economic policy debate and analysis by developing high quality models, applying them in relevant research and supplying consultancy services. NATSEM's key area of expertise lies in developing and using microdata and microsimulation models for a range of purposes, including analysing the distributional impact of social and(More)
Guanine nucleotides regulate binding of opiate agonists to membrane receptors by increasing agonist dissociation rates. The current study demonstrates that the ability of guanosine 5'-triphosphate (GTP) and its nonhydrolyzable analogue guanylyl-5'-imidodiphosphate (Gpp(NH)p) to inhibit opiate agonist binding to rat brain membranes can be altered by two(More)
The Pellucid project is developing a customisable platform for experience management in public organisations. This paper introduces the Pellu-cid model of experience management, relates it to the design of the platform, and discusses how Semantic Web technologies have been applied in the project. The principal idea is the active hint as a transmitter of(More)
The Pellucid project is developing an adaptable and customisable platform for enabling experience management in public organisations. Starting with a study of the three pilot applications, a uniform framework has been developed for experience management, based on the generation of 'active hints' that are presented to the user according to working context.(More)
NATSEM aims to enhance social and economic policy debate and analysis by developing high quality models, applying them in relevant research and supplying consultancy services. NATSEM's key area of expertise lies in developing and using microdata and microsimulation models for a range of purposes, including analysing the distributional impact of social and(More)