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  • Nguyen, Thi Thanh Sang (ACM, 2009)
    The tremendous growth in volume of web usage data results in the boost of web mining research with focus on discovering potentially useful knowledge from web usage data. This paper presents a new web usage mining process ...
  • Liang, Guohua; Zhang, Chengqi (ACM, 2012)
    Imbalanced time series classification (TSC) involving many real-world applications has increasingly captured attention of researchers. Previous work has proposed an intelligent structure preserving over-sampling method ...
  • Simon, Simply; Sheard, Judithe; Carbone, Angela; De Raadt, Michael; Hamilton, Margaret; Lister, Raymond; Thompson, Errol (National Advisory Committee on Computing Qualifications, 2008)
    Abstract: The 157 computing education papers from the past eight NACCQ conferences are categorised and summarised by a group of researchers from multiple institutions, with steps taken to measure and improve the consistency ...
  • Khoury, G. R; Simoff, S. J (Australian Computer Society, 2004)
    Metaphors are generally accepted as essential to the design of effective human computer interfaces. However, “The generally assumed theoretical benefits of user interface metaphor are supported by surprisingly little ...
  • Chowdhury, Gobinda; Chowdhury, Sudatta (HE Academy, 2006)
    In this paper, we describe the findings of the initial phase of the eLLIS project funded by the HEA SUbject Network Development fund that aims to study the current practices and support for elearning available in the ...
  • Johnston, Andrew; Humberstone, James (Massey University, College of Creative Arts, Institute of Communication Design, 2010)
    This paper presents findings from a trial of the interactive music software Jam2Jam in a classroom music setting. Jam2Jam is software which allows musical novices to control generative music in real time. It has an ...
  • Olivares, Ricardo; Al-Jumaily, Adel Ali (The Association for Computing Machinery, 2009)
    The users of current prosthetic and rehabilitation devices are facing problems to adapt to their new hosts or not receiving any bio-feedback despite rehabilitation process and retraining, particularly when working with ...
  • Debenham, John; Simoff, Simeon (ACM Press, 2006)
    Fully automated trading, such as e-procurement, using the Internet is virtually unheard of today. Three core technologies are needed to fully automate the trading process: data mining, intelligent trading agents and virtual ...
  • Wang, Ying; Gao, Xinbo; Li, Xuelong; Tao, Dacheng; Wang, Bing (Springer-Verlag Berlin, 2009)
    Mass boundary segmentation plays an important role in computer aided diagnosis (CAD) system. Since the shape and boundary are crucial discriminant features in CAD, the active contour methods are more competitive in mass ...
  • Dyson, Laurel; Raban, Ryszard; Litchfield, Andrew; Lawrence, Elaine (IMCL, 2008)
  • Sabir, Kenneth; Lowe, David (IEEE, 2010)
    Abstract-Stream processing has been shown to be a computing paradigm that is well suited to the distributed processing of massive amounts of continuous real-time data. In stream processing, tasks are distributed across ...
  • Seevinck, Jennifer; Edmonds, Ernest; Candy, Linda (ACM, 2012)
    Emergence has the potential to effect complex, creative or open-ended interactions and novel game-play. We report on research into an emergent interactive system. This investigates emergent user behaviors and experience ...
  • Aberer, K.; Catarci, T.; Cudre-Mauroux, P.; Dillon, T. S; Grimm, S.; Hacid, M.; Illarramendi, A.; Jarrar, M.; Kashyap, V.; Mecella, M.; Mena, E.; Neuhold, E. J; Ouksel, A. M; Risse, T.; Scannapieco, M.; Saltor, F.; de Santis, L.; Spaccapietra, S.; Staab, S.; Studer, R.; De Troyer, O. (Springer-Verlag, 2004)
    With new standards like RDF or OWL paving the way for the much anticipated Semantic Web, a new breed of very large scale semantic systems is about to appear. Traditional semantic reconciliation techniques, dependent ...
  • Hagan, Penny; Robertson, Toni; Kan, Melanie; Sadler, Kirsten (CHISIG, 2005)
  • Mu, Yang; Ding, Wei; Morabito, Melissa; Tao, Dacheng (Springer, 2011)
    Police agencies have been collecting an increasing amount of information to better understand patterns in criminal activity. Recently there is a new trend in using the data collected to predict where and when crime will ...
  • Gill, Asif; Henderson-Sellers, Brian (IEEE Computer Society Press, 2010)
    While many organisations are interested in adopting agile methods suitable to their local circumstances, there is little guidance available on how to do so. To address this important issue, we have developed an agile ...
  • Liang, Guohua; Zhang, Chengqi (Springer-Verlag Berlin / Heidelberg, 2011)
    This study investigates the effectiveness of bagging with respect to different learning algorithms on Imbalanced data-sets. The purpose of this research is to investigate the performance of bagging based on two unique ...
  • Liang, Guohua; Zhu, Xingquan; Zhang, Chengqi (AAAI Press, 2011)
    Bagging is a simple yet effective design which combines multiple single learners to form an ensemble for prediction. Despite its popular usage in many real-world applications, existing research is mainly concerned with ...
  • Liang, Guohua; Zhu, Xingquan; Zhang, Chengqi (Springer-Verlag Berlin / Heidelberg, 2011)
    Research into learning from imbalanced data has increasingly captured the attention of both academia and industry, especially when the class distribution is highly skewed. This paper compares the Area Under the Receiver ...