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Timur Osadchiy
Ivan Poliakov
Professor Patrick Olivier
Maisie Rowland
Emma Foster
et al.
Progressive 24-Hour Recall: Usability Study of Short Retention Intervals in Web-Based Dietary Assessment Surveys2020
Timur Osadchiy
Ivan Poliakov
Maisie Rowland
Corrigendum to “Recommender system based on pairwise association rules” [Expert Systems With Applications 115 (2018) 535–542]2019
Timur Osadchiy
Ivan Poliakov
Professor Patrick Olivier
Maisie Rowland
Dr Emma Foster
et al.
Recommender system based on pairwise association rules2019
Emma Foster
Ivan Poliakov
Maisie Rowland
Timur Osadchiy
Jennifer Bradley
et al.
Validity and reliability of an online self-report 24-hour dietary recall method (Intake24): A doubly-labelled water study and repeated measures analysis2019
Maisie Rowland
Professor Ashley Adamson
Ivan Poliakov
Jennifer Bradley
Emma Simpson
et al.
Field Testing of the Use of Intake24 - An Online 24-Hour Dietary Recall System2018
Emma Simpson
Jennifer Bradley
Ivan Poliakov
Dan Jackson
Professor Patrick Olivier
et al.
Iterative Development of an Online Dietary Recall Tool: INTAKE242017
Dr John Vines
Roisin McNaney
Amey Holden
Ivan Poliakov
Emeritus Professor Pete Wright
et al.
Our Year with the Glass: Expectations, Letdowns and Ethical Dilemmas of Technology Trials with Vulnerable People2017
Jennifer Bradley
Emma Simpson
Ivan Poliakov
Professor John Matthews
Professor Patrick Olivier
et al.
Comparison of INTAKE24 (an Online 24-h Dietary Recall Tool) with Interviewer-Led 24-h Recall in 11–24 Year-Old2016
Jennifer Bradley
Emma Simpson
Professor Ashley Adamson
Ivan Poliakov
Professor Patrick Olivier
et al.
Comparison of INTAKE24 (an online 24hr dietary recall tool) with an interviewer-led 24hr recall method in 11-16 year olds2015
Emma Simpson
Jennifer Bradley
Ivan Poliakov
Dr Emma Foster
Dan Jackson
et al.
Iterative development of an online dietary recall tool, INTAKE242015
Roisin McNaney
Ivan Poliakov
Dr John Vines
Dr Madeline Balaam
Pengfei Zhang
et al.
LApp: A Speech Loudness Application for People with Parkinson's on Google Glass2015
Roisin McNaney
Ivan Poliakov
Dr John Vines
Dr Madeline Balaam
Pengfei Zhang
et al.
LApp: A Speech Loudness Application for People with Parkinson's on Google Glass2015
Leonie Mauerhoefer
Pia Kawelke
Ivan Poliakov
Professor Patrick Olivier
Dr Emma Foster
et al.
An exploration of the feasibility of using Google Glass for dietary assessment2014
Roisin McNaney
Dr John Vines
Dr Daniel Roggen
Dr Madeline Balaam
Pengfei Zhang
et al.
Exploring the Acceptability of Google Glass as an Everyday Assistive Device for People with Parkinson's2014
Leonie Mauerhoefer
Pia Kawelke
Ivan Poliakov
Professor Patrick Olivier
Dr Emma Foster
et al.
Testing the feasibility of Intake24 as an portion size estimation aid2014
Arseniy Alekseyev
Ivan Poliakov
Dr Victor Khomenko
Professor Alex Yakovlev
Optimisation of Balsa control path using STG resynthesis2009
Ivan Poliakov
Dr Victor Khomenko
Professor Alex Yakovlev
WORKCRAFT - A Framework for Interpreted Graph Models2009
Dr Danil Sokolov
Ivan Poliakov
Professor Alex Yakovlev
Analysis of Static Data Flow Structures2008
Ivan Poliakov
Dr Andrey Mokhov
Ashur Rafiev
Dr Danil Sokolov
Professor Alex Yakovlev
et al.
Automated Verification of Asynchronous Circuits Using Circuit Petri Nets2008
Professor Alex Yakovlev
Dr Danil Sokolov
Ivan Poliakov
Self-timed Circuit Design: Stepping from Control to Data Path2008
Dr Danil Sokolov
Ivan Poliakov
Professor Alex Yakovlev
Asynchronous Data Path Models2007
Ivan Poliakov
Dr Danil Sokolov
Dr Andrey Mokhov
Workcraft: A static data flow structure editing, visualisation and analysis tool2007