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  • Li, Sanjiang; Nebel, Bernhard (Oxford University Press, 2007)
    The ability to reason in space is crucial for agents in order to make informed decisions. Current high-level qualitative approaches to spatial reasoning have serious deficiencies in not reflecting the hierarchical nature ...
  • Ying, Mingsheng (Elsevier Science Bv, 2010)
    The main purpose of this paper is to examine some (potential) applications of quantum computation in AI and to review the interplay between quantum theory and AI. For the readers who are not familiar with quantum computation, ...
  • Ying, Mingsheng; Feng, Yuan (Springer-Verlag, 2010)
    Loop is a powerful program construct in classical computation, but its power is still not exploited fully in quantum computation. The exploitation of such power definitely requires a deep understanding of the mechanism of ...
  • Andrews, Ian (IEEE, 2008)
    Ian Andrews is a leading Australian media artist who has been experimenting with audio online since the mid 1990s. Initially working with Flash for delivery of his audio works in a bandwidth-restricted environment, he began ...
  • Zhang, Huaifeng; Jia, Wenjing; He, Xiangjian; Wu, Qiang (Springer, 2006)
    This paper proposes an algorithm for real-time license plate detection. In this algorithm, the relatively easy car plate features are adopted including the simple statistical feature and Harr-like feature. The simplicity ...
  • Chaczko, Zenon; Resconi, G. (Versita, 2011)
    The immune system of the vertebrates possess the capabilities of 'intelligent' information processing, which include memory, the ability to learn, to recognize, and to make decisions with respect to unknown situations. The ...
  • Baker, E.; Avery, G. C (Elsevier Science, 2002)
    “Reframing”, a managerial tool for understanding organizational complexity (Bolman and Deal, 1997), is applied to Australian households that possess a large amount of information and communication technology (ICT). Applying ...
  • Jia, Wenjing; Zhang, Huaifeng; He, Xiangjian (Academic Press Ltd Elsevier Science Ltd, 2007)
    Automatic license plate recognition (ALPR) is one of the most important aspects of applying computer techniques towards intelligent transportation systems. In order to recognize a license plate efficiently, however, the ...
  • Anderson, Theresa (Univ Sheffield Dept Information Studies, 2005)
    Introduction. This paper discusses how exploring the research process in-depth and over time contributes to a fuller understanding of interactions with various representations of information. Method. A longitudinal ...
  • Lally, Elaine (MCBUP Ltd, 2001)
    New information and communications technologies are transforming scholarly communication. Presents a humanities and social sciences researcher's perspective on these changes. Argues that researchers and research intermediaries ...
  • Cao, Yongzhi; Ying, Mingsheng; Chen, Guihai (IEEE-Inst Electrical Electronics Engineers Inc, 2007)
    Fuzzy automata, whose input alphabet is a set of numbers or symbols, are a formal model of computing with values. Motivated by Zadeh's paradigm of computing with words rather than numbers, Ying proposed a kind of fuzzy ...
  • Anderson, Theresa; Orsatti, Joanne (University of Sheffield, 2008)
    The paper reports on findings from a project merging exploring the professional practice of academics, research students and practitioners within the ISIC community, drawn from fieldwork at the 2006 Information Seeking in ...
  • Nataatmadja, Indrawati; Dyson, Laurel (International Association of Online Engineering, 2008)
    Podcasts have been employed extensively in some countries and are now being trialed at a number of universities in Australia. They allow ubiquitous learning whereby students can access a variety of educational material ...
  • Chiu, Christopher; Chaczko, Zenon; Moses, Perez (Polish Academy of Sciences (PAN), Committe of Electronics and Telecommunications, 2010)
    This paper discusses the results of utilizing advanced EKM modeling techniques to manage Sensor-Actor networks (SANETs) based upon the Holonic Architectural Framework. EKMs allow a quantitative analysis of an algorithmic ...
  • Kong, Xiaoying; Liu, Li; Lowe, David (Journal of Digital Information, 2004)
    Architecture frameworks have been extensively developed and described within the literature. These frameworks typically support and guide organisations during system planning, design, building, deployment and maintenance. ...
  • Feuerlicht, Jiri (C R L Publishing Ltd, 2006)
    Service granularity is a key determinant of the reusability and maintainability of services. It is evident that mapping existing components directly to Web Services leads to suboptimal design with large number of message ...
  • Anderson, Theresa (University of Sheffield, 2007)
    This paper presents a theoretical framework for examining information practices in socio-material contexts that draws on research in the library and information science and human computer interaction (human computer ...
  • Weakley, Alastair; Edmonds, Ernest (University of Wollongong - AAIS, 2004)
  • Anderson, Theresa (Department of Information Studies, University of Sheffield, 2001)
  • Zhang, Zixin; Braun, Michael (Pergamon-Elsevier Science Ltd, 2003)