Classified Data in UK Law

  • A comparison of two structured professional judgment tools for violent extremism and their relevance in the French context
    • Nbr. 10-1, April 2018
    • European Journal of Probation
    France has repeatedly been hit by terrorist attacks making the use of a structured professional judgement tool essential. Two such tools currently are used in Europe: VERA (Canada) and ERG 22+ (Eng...
    ...... is simpler and contains less items requiring access to classified data, a crucial factor in a jurisdiction with little interagency ......
  • Instruction and help services in the academic library websites and web pages in Sri Lanka. A content analysis
    • Nbr. 30-3, June 2012
    • The Electronic Library
    • 377-389
    Purpose: The present study was carried out with the intention of examining what type of instruction applications and help tools have been used to serve clientele via academic library websites and w...
    ...... prepared separately for instruction and help to includeclassified data, and then the frequency counted from each category by browsing the sample ......
  • Executive Redundancy: The Situation in Early 1976
    • Nbr. 6-1, January 1977
    • Personnel Review
    • 50-53
    In two previous papers, published in Personnel Review, Summer 1975 and Spring 1976, the histories of students attending courses to assist redundant executives held at the University of Manchester h...
    ...... describes the situation up to February 1976 and intro-duces new data about unemployed people who are not clas-sified as executives. In the year ... forms of training have been devised to assist those who are not classified as executives. For the present survey we wrote to all 213 people who ......
  • EARNINGS IN BRITISH REGIONS IN 1948
    • Nbr. 1-3, October 1954
    • Scottish Journal of Political Economy
    Until a few years ago, information on regional variation in earnings within Great Britain was almost entirely lacking, but this important deficiency in British statistics is now on the point of bei...
    ...... Some of the recent Inland Revenue Reports give data on Schedule D and E income classified by region. and ......
  • Comparing carer wellbeing: implications for eating disorders
    • Nbr. 20-2, June 2015
    • Mental Health Review Journal
    • 105-118
    Purpose: – Around 50 per cent of carers of people with eating disorders (EDs) experience mental health difficulties. The purpose of this paper is to investigate well-being of carers of people with ...
    ......’s ED (0-2, 2-6, W6 years), with the W6 years category classified asSEED. Data were compared with existing carer well-being studies of other ......
  • Using data mining technology to solve classification problems. A case study of campus digital library
    • Nbr. 24-3, May 2006
    • The Electronic Library
    • 307-321
    Purpose: Traditional library catalogs have become inefficient and inconvenient in assisting library users. Readers may spend a lot of time searching library materials via printed catalogs. Readers ...
  • GALTONIAN REGRESSION ACROSS COUNTRIES AND THE CONVERGENCE OF PRODUCTIVITY†
    • Nbr. 57-3, August 1995
    • Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics
    ABSTRACTS A Galton model, in logarithmic form is used to explain the convergence of countries' productivities over time, including β and σ convergence. The ‘regression fallacy’ does not arise. When...
    ......For example suppose we have population data on the annual incomes of the same people for different years and the OLS ... 291 But the key point to note is that the data on growth are classified by initial values only. In terms of the Galton model this is correct and ......
  • Myths about hunter-gatherers redux: nomadic forager war and peace
    • Nbr. 6-4, October 2014
    • Journal of Aggression, Conflict and Peace Research
    • 255-266
    Purpose: – The purpose of this paper is to critique several studies that claim to show that nomadic foragers engage in high levels of inter-group aggression. This is done through exploring four myt...
    ...... a high rate of war mortality in the Pleistocene; the nomadic forager data support the“chimpanzee model”of lethal raiding psychology; and contact ...Only the highest quality ethnographic data, thoseclassified as Primary Authority Sources, are used, which results in data on 148 cases ......
  • Binary k‐nearest neighbor for text categorization
    • Nbr. 29-4, August 2005
    • Online Information Review
    • 391-399
    Purpose: With the ever‐increasing volume of text data via the internet, it is important that documents are classified as manageable and easy to understand categories. This paper proposes the use of...
    ...... of ChinaAbstractPurpose – With the ever-increasing volume of text data via the internet, it is important thatdocuments are classified as ......
  • Definitional constructs of cyber‐bullying and cyber‐aggression from a triangulatory overview: a preliminary study into elements of cyber‐bullying
    • Nbr. 4-4, September 2012
    • Journal of Aggression, Conflict and Peace Research
    • 202-215
    Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to explore the acts that constitute cyber‐bullying and to see how from a lay concept these acts are classified. Design/methodology/approach: Data were gathere...
    ...... concept these acts are classified.Design/methodology/approach – Data were gathered using two groups of participants (two Australianparticipants ......
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