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  • Debenham, John; Prodan, Ante (Springer, 2010)
    The self-organisation of telecommunications networks has to confront the two challenges of the scalability and the stability of the solution. This paper describes a distributed, co-operative multiagent system in which ...
  • Debenham, John; Prodan, Ante (Springer Verlag, 2008)
    A lightweight multiagent system is deployed at each node in a communications network with the aim of self-organising the network as usage alters. The distributed, light-weight, co-operative multiagent system guarantees ...
  • Fang, Meng; Zhu, Xingquan; Li, Bin; Ding, Wei; Wu, Xindong (IEEE Computer Society, 2012)
    The emergence of social tagging and crowdsourcing systems provides a unique platform where multiple weak labelers can form a crowd to fulfill a labeling task. Yet crowd labelers are often noisy, inaccurate, and have limited ...
  • Yang, Kai; Steele, Robert (IEEE, 2011)
    With the tremendous growth of the Web, a broad spectrum of accommodation information is available on the Internet. In order to adequately support online information users in collecting and sharing accommodation related ...
  • Niu, Zhenxing; Gao, Xinbo; Tao, Dacheng; Li, Xuelong (IEEE Computer Soc, 2008)
    With the fast development of video semantic analysis, there has been increasing attention to the typical issue of the semantic analysis of soccer program. Based on the color feature analysis, this paper focuses on the video ...
  • Sanati, Farzad; Lu, Jie (IEEE, 2008)
    Repeatability is one of the most fundamental components of any methodology or framework in any engineering discipline. Many research projects attempting to formulate some modelling strategies as the new technologies and ...
  • Valls Miro, Jaime; Black, Ross; De Bruijn, Freek; Dissanayake, Gamini (IEEE, 2011)
    This paper describes a stand-alone sensor package and algorithms for aiding the assessment by an occupational therapist whether a person has the capacity to safely and effectively operate a powered mobility device such ...
  • Fookes, Clinton; Denman, Simon; Lakemond, Ruan; Ryan, David; Sridharan, Sridha; Piccardi, Massimo (IEEE, 2010)
    This paper proposes a semi-supervised intelligent visual surveillance system to exploit the information from multi-camera networks for the monitoring of people and vehicles. Modules are proposed to perform critical ...
  • Liu, Xiao; Song, Mingli; Tao, Dacheng; Liu, Zicheng; Zhang, Luming; Chen, Chun; Bu, Jiajun (IEEE, 2013)
    Node splitting is an important issue in Random Forest but robust splitting requires a large number of training samples. Existing solutions fail to properly partition the feature space if there are insufficient training ...
  • Liu, Wei; Ma, Shiqian; Tao, Dacheng; Liu, Jianzhuang; Liu, Peng (Association for Computing Machinery, Inc. (ACM), 2010)
    In plenty of scenarios, data can be represented as vectors and then mathematically abstracted as points in a Euclidean space. Because a great number of machine learning and data mining applications need proximity measures ...
  • Chen, Ling; Zhang, Chengqi (SIAM / Omnipress, 2011)
    Semi-supervised learning, which uses a small amount of labeled data in conjunction with a large amount of unlabeled data for training, has recently attracted huge research attention due to the considerable improvement in ...
  • Olsson, Michael; Lakshminarayanan, Bhuva Narayan (Association for Information Science & Technology, 2013)
    This paper presents the results from a study of information behaviors, with specific focus on information organisation-related behaviours conducted as part of a larger daily diary study with 34 participants. The findings ...
  • Prior, Julia (ACM, 2013)
    This paper emphasises the importance to the Human-Computer Interaction community of understanding the landscape in which Agile software developers practice. A longitudinal ethnographic study of professional Agile software ...
  • Kennard, Richard; Edmonds, Ernest; Leaney, John (IEEE Xplore, 2009)
    The evolution of user interface (UI) tools has generally regarded the UI as separable from the underlying application it represents. This viewpoint leaves the UI having to restate invariants already specified in other ...
  • Garcia Marin, Jaime; Felix Navarro, Karla; Lawrence, Elaine (IARIA, 2011)
    this paper aims to provide a snapshot of the current status in the field of serious games for improving the physical health of the elderly. This work covers recent research projects for stroke rehabilitation and for ...
  • Edmonds, Ernest; Amitani, Shigeki (Digital Live Art Conference, 2008)
  • Edmonds, Ernest; Amitani, Shigeki (IOS Press, 2008)
  • Zhou, Tianyi; Tao, Dacheng (AAAI, 2013)
    In low-rank & sparse matrix decomposition, the entries of the sparse part are often assumed to be i.i.d. sampled from a random distribution. But the structure of sparse part, as the central interest of many problems, has ...
  • Xu Min; He Xiangjian; Hasan Muhammad; Chen L. (Springer Heidelberg Dordrecht London NewYork, 2012)
    Among many video types, movie content indexing and retrieval is a significantly challenging task because of the wide variety of shooting techniques and the broad range of genres. A movie consists of a series of video shots. ...
  • Xiao, Yanshan; Liu, Bo; Yin, Jie; Cao, Longbing; Zhang, Chengqi; Hao, Zhifeng (AAAI Press, 2011)
    Positive and unlabelled learning (PU learning) has been investigated to deal with the situation where only the positive examples and the unlabelled examples are available. Most of the previous works focus on identifying ...