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Welcome to Edinburgh Napier Research Repository

The ‘Research Repository’ is the open access institutional repository of Edinburgh Napier University. It contains examples of research outputs produced by staff and research students, as well as related information about the university's funded projects and staff research interests.

Whenever possible, refereed documents accepted for publication, or finished artistic compositions presented in public, will be made available here in full digital format, and hyperlinks to standard published versions will be provided. Any questions about submissions to the repository or problems with access to any of its content should be sent to the Repository Team at repository@napier.ac.uk



Latest Additions

A Qualitative Study of 11 World-Class Team-Sport Athletes’ Experiences Answering Subjective Questionnaires: A Key Ingredient for ‘Visible’ Health and Performance Monitoring? (2023)
Journal Article
McCall, A., Wolfberg, A., Ivarsson, A., Dupont, G., Larocque, A., & Bilsborough, J. (in press). A Qualitative Study of 11 World-Class Team-Sport Athletes’ Experiences Answering Subjective Questionnaires: A Key Ingredient for ‘Visible’ Health and Performance Monitoring?. Sports Medicine, https://doi.org/10.1007/s40279-023-01814-3

Electronic trading and stock market participation in Africa: Does technology induce participation? (2023)
Journal Article
Adamolekun, G., Sakariyahu, R., Lawal, R., & Ahmed, A. (2023). Electronic trading and stock market participation in Africa: Does technology induce participation?. Economics Letters, 224, Article 110991. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.econlet.2023.110991

This study examines the effect of migrating to electronic trading platforms on stock market participation among African stock exchanges. Using Bayesian estimations, we demonstrate that transitioning from a physical to an electronic stock exchange dec... Read More about Electronic trading and stock market participation in Africa: Does technology induce participation?.

The Human Activity Radar Challenge: benchmarking based on the ‘Radar signatures of human activities’ dataset from Glasgow University (2023)
Journal Article
Yang, S., Kernec, J. L., Romain, O., Fioranelli, F., Cadart, P., Fix, J., …Jin, T. (in press). The Human Activity Radar Challenge: benchmarking based on the ‘Radar signatures of human activities’ dataset from Glasgow University. IEEE Journal of Biomedical and Health Informatics, https://doi.org/10.1109/jbhi.2023.3240895

Radar is an extremely valuable sensing technology for detecting moving targets and measuring their range, velocity, and angular positions. When people are monitored at home, radar is more likely to be accepted by end-users, as they already use WiFi,... Read More about The Human Activity Radar Challenge: benchmarking based on the ‘Radar signatures of human activities’ dataset from Glasgow University.

The Development and Future of the Cataloguing Code of Ethics (2022)
Journal Article
Chan, M., Daniels, J., Furger, S., Rasmussen, D., Shoemaker, E., & Snow, K. (2022). The Development and Future of the Cataloguing Code of Ethics. Cataloging and Classification Quarterly, 60(8), 786-806. https://doi.org/10.1080/01639374.2022.2134247

The Cataloguing Code of Ethics, released in January 2021, was the product of a multi-national, multi-year endeavor by the Cataloging Ethics Steering Committee to create a useful framework for the discussion of cataloging ethics. The six Cataloging Et... Read More about The Development and Future of the Cataloguing Code of Ethics.