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Welcome to the University of Salford repository (USIR), an Open Access showcase for the published research output of the university. Our collection contains a wide range of research across multiple formats and subject areas.

Whenever possible, outputs will be made openly available here in full digital format for download, with many under a Creative Commons license. See our Policies for further information https://salford-repository.worktribe.com/policies.



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Automated Motion Analysis of Bony Joint Structures from Dynamic Computer Tomography Images: A Multi-Atlas Approach (2021)
Journal Article
Keelson, B., Buzzatti, L., Ceranka, J., Gutiérrez, A., Battista, S., Scheerlinck, T., …Vandemeulebroucke, J. (in press). Automated Motion Analysis of Bony Joint Structures from Dynamic Computer Tomography Images: A Multi-Atlas Approach. Diagnostics, 11(11), 2062. https://doi.org/10.3390/diagnostics11112062

Dynamic computer tomography (CT) is an emerging modality to analyze in-vivo joint kinematics at the bone level, but it requires manual bone segmentation and, in some instances, landmark identification. The objective of this study is to present an aut... Read More about Automated Motion Analysis of Bony Joint Structures from Dynamic Computer Tomography Images: A Multi-Atlas Approach.

Progressive collapse: past, present, future and beyond (2024)
Journal Article
Elkady, N., Augusthus Nelson, L., Weekes, L., Makoond, N., & Buitrago, M. (in press). Progressive collapse: past, present, future and beyond. Structures,

The world has seen a surge in rigorous study efforts on the progressive collapse of structures in the past few decades. These events have led to new standards and provisions in building codes of practice, many of which are still being developed and u... Read More about Progressive collapse: past, present, future and beyond.

A New Approach for Classification of Spices to make Special Herbal Tea using Caralluma Fimbriata (2024)
Journal Article
Kumar, P. P., Palaiahnakote, S., & Patil, R. (in press). A New Approach for Classification of Spices to make Special Herbal Tea using Caralluma Fimbriata. International Journal of Pattern Recognition and Artificial Intelligence,

Classification of multiple types of spice images is automatically challenging due to conflict between the texture patterns of spice images. This work aims to develop an automatic system for classifying different types of spice images so that the syst... Read More about A New Approach for Classification of Spices to make Special Herbal Tea using Caralluma Fimbriata.

People with Long Covid and ME/CFS Exhibit Similarly Impaired Dexterity and Bimanual Coordination: A Case-Case-Control Study (2024)
Journal Article
Sanal-Hayes, N. E., Hayes, L. D., Mclaughlin, M., Berry, E. C., & Sculthorpe, N. F. (in press). People with Long Covid and ME/CFS Exhibit Similarly Impaired Dexterity and Bimanual Coordination: A Case-Case-Control Study. American Journal of Medicine, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.amjmed.2024.02.003

Purpose Dexterity and bimanual coordination had not previously been compared between people with long COVID and people with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS). Therefore, this study determined dexterity and bimanual coordina... Read More about People with Long Covid and ME/CFS Exhibit Similarly Impaired Dexterity and Bimanual Coordination: A Case-Case-Control Study.

Built Environment Professionals’ Perspective on Digital Technology Skills (2024)
Journal Article
Balogun, T. (in press). Built Environment Professionals’ Perspective on Digital Technology Skills. Journal of Education and Training,

This study aims to explore the opinions of Built Environment Professionals (BEP) on the usage of fourth-generation digital technologies in the construction industry. This study adopts a qualitative research approach and conducts semi-structured in... Read More about Built Environment Professionals’ Perspective on Digital Technology Skills.