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  • Feng, Yuan; Zhang, Shengyu; Duan, Runyao; Ying, Mingsheng (American Physical Soc, 2002)
    We derive a lower bound on the inconclusive probability of unambiguous discrimination among n linearly independent quantum states by using the constraint of no signaling. It improves the bound presented in the. paper of ...
  • Anandagopu, P; Rashid, S; Li, Jinyan (Biomedical Informatics Publishing Group, 2010)
    Thymine is the only nucleotide base which is changed to uracil upon transcription, leaving mRNA less hydrophobic compared to its DNA counterpart. All the 16 codons that contain uracil (or thymine in gene) as the second ...
  • Whalley, J; Clear, Tony; Lister, Raymond (National Advisory Committee on Computing Qualifications, 2007)
    This paper provides a retrospective snapshot of the first two years of a multi-institutional multi-national study (MIMN) in Computer Science Education called the BRACElet Project. This study has been inquiring into how ...
  • Cao, Longbing; Ou, Yuming (Graz University of Technology, 2008)
    Market Surveillance plays important mechanism roles in constructing market models. From data analysis perspective, we view it valuable for smart trading in designing legal and profitable trading strategies and smart ...
  • Dorrell, David (Inderscience Publishers, 2009)
    Modern analysis techniques for electrical machines are either analytical or use finite element analysis. Both methods are implemented using computational techniques to solve the magnetic circuit and produce performance ...
  • Li, Jinyan; Liu, Gm; Li, Hq; Wong, L (IEEE Computer Soc, 2007)
    Maximal biclique (also known as complete bipartite) subgraphs can model many applications in Web mining, business, and bioinformatics. Enumerating maximal biclique subgraphs from a graph is a computationally challenging ...
  • Olsson, Michael (Univ Sheffield Dept Information Studies, 2005)
    Introduction. The study explores the social processes that influence the construction by academic ( information behaviour) researchers of the meaning(s) and significance of an author and her work prominent in the literature ...
  • Mcbride, Tom (Elsevier Inc, 2008)
    The changing environments of software development such as component-based, distributed and outsourced software development require matching changes by project managers to monitor, control and coordinate their projects. ...
  • Hawryszkiewycz, Igor (Int Assoc Computer Info System, 2005)
    Computers are now being increasingly used to support collaborative knowledge intensive processes. These are collaborative processes where intense interaction takes place between team members working towards a common goal. ...
  • Zhang, Shichao; Liu, Li (Dept of Informatics, University of Szeged, Hungary, 2003)
    A dynamic database is a set of transactions, in which the content and the size can change over time. There is an essential difference between dynamic database mining and traditional database mining. This is because recently ...
  • Lo, D; Li, Jinyan; Wong, Ls; Khoo, Sc (IEEE Computer Soc, 2011)
    Billions of dollars are spent annually on software-related cost. It is estimated that up to 45 percent of software cost is due to the difficulty in understanding existing systems when performing maintenance tasks (i.e., ...
  • Bachfischer, Agnieszka; Lawrence, Elaine (WSEAS Press, 2006)
  • Mcbride, Tom (Australian Computer Society Inc, 2008)
    A software accident is an unforseen outcome that arises from a failure of a software project or software product. Death, severe injury or severe financial loss, could arise from such a failure. This paper asserts that there ...
  • Zhang, Shichao; Zhang, Chengqi; Qin, Zhenxing (Grace Publications, 2003)
    Recently, many temporal query languages, such as TCAL and TQuel have been proposed for temporal databases. However, there are still some limitations such as the inadequacy on operating data with temporal elements and ...
  • Kennedy, Paul; Osborn, Tom (Complex Systems Publications Inc., 2001)
    Gene expression and regulation may be viewed as a parallel parsing algorithm---translation from a genomic language to a phenotype. We describe a model of gene expression and regulation based on the operon model of Jacob ...
  • Zhang, Guangquan; Lu, Jie; Montero, Javier; Zeng, Yiling (Elsevier Science Inc, 2010)
    Trilevel programming refers to hierarchical optimization problems in which the top-level, middle-level, and bottom-level decision entities all attempt to optimize their individual objectives, but are impacted by the actions ...
  • Culjak, Gordana; Nicholls, Peter; Leveaux, Rene; Kowelenko, Nick (Universidad de Talca - Chile, 2007)
    The aim of this research study is to evaluate the availability and classification of the types of currently available Internet self-help websites for depression. Its aim is to develop an understanding of what is available ...
  • Zhang, Debbie; Simoff, Simeon; Aciar, Silvana; Debenham, John (Inderscience, 2008)
    Consumer reviews, opinions and shared experiences in the use of a product form a powerful source of information about consumer preferences that can be used for making recommendations. A novel approach, which utilises this ...
  • Ruan, Da; Lu, Jie; Laes, Erik; Zhang, Guangquan; Ma, Jun; Meskens, Gaston (Graz Univ Technolgoy, Inst Information Systems Computer Media-Iicm, 2010)
    Real world decisions often made in the presence of multiple, conflicting, and incommensurate criteria. Decision making requires multiple perspectives of different individuals as more decisions are made now in groups than ...
  • Lister, Raymond; Adams, Elizabeth; Fitzgerald, Sue; Fone, William; Hamer, John; Lindholm, Morten; Mccartney, Robert; Mostrom, Jan Erik; Sanders, Kate; Seppala, Otto; Simon, Beth; Thomas, Lynda (Association of Computing Machinery, 2004)