Publications 2011


Year 2011

  • Coopmans, C. (2011). Face Value: Revelation and concealment in imaging software demos. Social Studies of Science , 41 (2), 155-176.

    Feng, C.-C., Wang, Y.-C., Sithithaworn , P., Feng, Y., & Petney, T. (2011). How Do Snails Meet Fish? Landscape Perspective Needed to Study Parasite Prevalence. EcoHealth , 8 (3), 258-260.

    Feng, C.-C., & Wang, Y.-C. (2011). Application Challenges for Geographic Information Science: Implications for Emergency Management in Southeast Asia. Natural Hazards , 59 (1), 597-616.

    Feng, C.-C., & Wang, Y.-C. (2011). Patterns and Trends in Land Use Land Cover Change Research Explored Using Self-Organizing Map. International Journal of Remote Sensing , 32 (13), 3765-3790.

    Feng, C.-C., & Yu, L. (2011). A generic attribute-improved RBAC model by using context-aware reasoning. WorldComp 2011.

    Gelfert, A. (2011). Model-Based Representation in Scientific Practice: New Perspectives. (A. Gelfert, Ed.) Studies in History and Philosophy of Science , 42 (2), 251-252.

    Gelfert, A. (Ed.). (2011). Studies in History and Philosophy of Science (Vol. 42).

    Gelfert, A. (2011). Scientific Models, Simulation, and the Experimenter's Regress. In P. Humphreys , & C. Imbert (Eds.), Representation, Models and Simulations (pp. 145-167). London: Routledge.

    Gelfert, A. (2011). Who is an Epistemic Peer? Logos & Episteme: An International Journal of Epistemology , 2 (4), 507-514.

    Gelfert, A. (2011). Expertise, Argumentation, and the End of Inquiry. Argumentation , 25 (3), 297-312.

    Gelfert, A. (2011). Mathematical Formalisms in Scientific Practice: From Denotation to Model-Based Representation. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science , 42 (2), 272-286.

    Gelfert, A. (2011). Steps to an Ecology of Knowledge: Continuity and Change in the Genealogy of Knowledge. Episteme: A Journal of Social Epistemology , 8 (1), 67-82.

    Ho, C., Bouësseau, M.-C., & Reis, A. (2011). Global Summit of National Ethics Committees: an essential tool for international dialogue and consensus-building. Indian Journal of Medical Ethics VIII, 3, 154-157.

    Ho, C. (2011). Governance Framework for Biomedical Research in Singapore: A Risk-Based Account. Asia-Pacific Biotech News Journal , 15 (5), 13-17.

    Ho, K., & Yun, G. (2011). Education and Human Capital Management in a World City: the Case of Singapore. Asia Pacific Journal of Education , 31 (3), 263-276.

    Ho, K. C. (2011). Arrested Agglomeration: the spilling out of Singapore’s economy into the surrounding sub-region. Seoul Journal of Economics , 24 (2), 151-170.

    Ho, K., Daniels, P., & Hutton, T. (Eds.). (2011). New Economic Spaces in Asian Cities. Routledge.

    Hoofd, I. M. (2011). Questioning (as) Violence: Teaching Ethics in a Global Knowledge Enterprise. Ethics and Education , 6 (1).

    Hoofd, I. M. (2011). The Advancement of Student Empowerment through E-learning in Higher Education: Some Larger Concerns. In L. Dee , & C. Hoon (Eds.), Technology in Higher Education: the State of the Art. Singapore: Grenadier Press.

    Kerr, E., Allo, P., Beavers, A., Baumgaertner, B., D'Alfonso, S., Driscoll, P., et al. (2011). The Philosophy of Information: a Simple Introduction. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

    Kwek, I. (2011). How far to the global? Producing television at the margins as lived experiences. In R. Chopra, & R. Gajjala (Eds.), Global media, culture, and identity. New York, NY: Routledge.

    Kwek, I. (2011). Malayness as mindset: when television producers imagine their audiences as Malay. In M. Mohamad , & S. M. Aljunied (Eds.), Melayu: politics, poetics, and paradoxes of ethnicity. Singapore, SG: NUS Press.

    Kera, D. (2011). Grassroots R&D, Prototype Cultures and DIY Innovation: Global Flows of Data, Kits and Protocols. (A. Ferscha, Ed.) Pervasive Adaptation: The Next Generation Pervasive Computing Research Agenda .

    Kera, D., & Tuters, M. (2011). Social Stomach: Performative Food Prototypes. Creative Science - Science Fiction Prototyping for Technology Innovation. 10, pp. 279-289. IOS Press.

    Kera, D. (2011). Bionetworking over DNA & Food: Critical design probe for nutrigenomics. Critical Issues in Science and Technology Studies.

    Phillips, J. W. (2011). Secrecy and Transparency An Interview with Samuel Weber. Theory, Culture and Society , 28 (7-8), 158-172.

    Teh, D. (2011). The Video Agenda in Southeast Asia, or, Digital, So Not Digital. In G. Lovink, & R. S. Miles (Eds.), Video Vortex Reader II (pp. 162-171). Amsterdam: Institute of Network Cultures.

    Teh, D. (2011). Itinerant Cinema: the Social Surrealism of Apichatpong Weerasethakul. Third Text , 25 (5), 595-609.

    Teh, D. (2011). A moving image that can remember its past lives…. Public.

    Teh, D. (2011). Lae laew kwam kleaun wai mai prakot. Aan Journal , 3 (2), 142-161.

    Wang, Y.-C., & Feng , C.-C. (2011). GIScience research challenges for emergency management in Southeast Asia. Natural Hazards , 59 (1), 597-616.

    Wang, Y.-C., & Feng, C.-C. (2011). Patterns and trends in land use land cover change research explored using self-organizing map. International Journal of Remote Sensing , 32 (13), 3765-3790.

    Wang , Y.-C., & Zhou, X. (2011). Dynamics of land surface temperature in response to land use/cover change. Geographical Research , 49 (1), 23-36.

    Wang, Y.-C., Feng, C.-C., Sithithaworn, P., Feng, Y., & Petney, T. (2011). The influence of the “mixed pixel” problem on the detection of analogous forest communities between presettlement and present in western New York. EcoHealth , 8, 258-260.

    Zhang, W. (2011). Multitasking with new media in large classrooms: Findings from online survey and focus groups. In echnology in Higher Education: The State of the Art. Singapore: Center for Development of Teaching and Learning, NUS.


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