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  • Robertson, Toni; Gravina, David; Hagen, Penny (ACM, 2007)
    Interactive systems such as community blogs and online campaign sites that require, expect or anticipate user contributions, can be conceptualised as containers, or spaces for interaction. Digital Eskimo is a design agency ...
  • Henderson-Sellers, Brian (Springer-Verlag, 2008)
    Method engineering provides an excellent base for constructing situation-specific software engineering methodologies for both object (OO) and agent (AO) software development. Both the OPEN Process Framework (OPF) and the ...
  • Cao, Longbing; Zhang, Chengqi; Zhou, Mengchu (IEEE-Inst Electrical Electronics Engineers Inc, 2008)
    Open complex agent systems (OCAS) are becoming increasingly important in constructing problem-solving systems for enterprise applications. are challenging because they present very high system complexities involving human ...
  • Rajagopalapillai, Rajugan; Chang, Elizabeth; Dillon, Tharam; Feng, Ling (IEEE CS Press, 2005)
    In industrial informatics, engineering data intensive Enterprise Information Systems (EIS) is a challenging task without abstraction and partitioning. Further, the introduction of semi-structured data (namely XML) and its ...
  • Xiao, Xian; Xu, Changsheng; Wang, Jinqiao; Xu, Min (IEEE-inst Electrical Electronics Engineers Inc, 2012)
    Landmark image classification is a challenging task due to the various circumstances, e. g., illumination, viewpoint, zoom in/out and occlusion under which landmark images are taken. Most existing approaches utilize features ...
  • Steele, Robert; Tao, Will (Research Publishing Services, 2006)
  • Huang, Yz; Huang, Kaiqi; Wang, Ls; Tao, Dacheng; Tan, Tieniu; Li, Xuelong (IEEE, 2008)
    It has been demonstrated by Serre et al. that the biologically inspired model (BIM) is effective for object recognition. It outperforms many state-of-the-art methods in challenging databases. However, BIM has the following ...
  • Huang, Yz; Huang, Kaiqi; Tao, Dacheng; Tan, Tieniu; Li, X L (IEEE-inst Electrical Electronics Engineers Inc, 2011)
    The biologically inspired model (BIM) proposed by Serre et al. presents a promising solution to object categorization. It emulates the process of object recognition in primates' visual cortex by constructing a set of scale- ...
  • Feng, Jy; Wang, Mei; Wang, Can; Cao, Longbing (IEEE, 2010)
    Distance metrics for categorical data play an important role in unsupervised learning such as clustering. They also dramatically affect learning accuracy and computational complexities. Recently, two co-occurrence methods, ...
  • Alsukker, Akram; Khushaba, Rami; Al-Ani, Ahmed; Al-Jumaily, Adel Ali (IASTED, 2008)
    Feature selection is an indispensable pre-processing step when mining huge datasets that can significantly improve the overall system performance. This paper presents a novel feature selection method that utilizes both the ...
  • Memon, Tasneem; Lu, Jie; Hussain, Farookh (Springer, 2013)
    The causal mental model representation has been used extensively in decision support. Due to limited information requirements of this representation, that is concepts and relationships, the users are required to articulate ...
  • Alsukker, Akram; Al-Ani, Ahmed (IEEE Xplore, 2011)
    Improving the diversity of Neural Network Ensembles (NNE) plays an important role in creating robust classification systems in many fields. Several methods have been proposed in the literature to create such diversity using ...
  • Chaczko, Zenon; Chiu, Christopher (Polish Academy of Sciences (PAN), Committe of Electronics and Telecommunications, 2013)
    The enhancement of surgical simulation tools is an important research study, to assist in the assessment and feedback of medical training practice. In this research, the Spring Tensor Model (STEM) has been used for ...
  • Sheridan-Smith, Nigel; O'Neill, Tim; Leaney, John; Hunter, Mark (Springer Berlin/Heidelberg, 2005)
    Our previous work proposed a simple algorithm for the distribution and coordination of network management policies across a number of autonomous management nodes by partitioning an Abstract Syntax Tree into different ...
  • Chua, Bee Bee; Brennan, Jane (Academic Conferences International, 2004)
  • Zhao, Yanchang; Zhang, Chengqi; Zhang, Shichao (Springer, 2006)
    In many applications, old data in time series become less important as time elapses, which is a big challenge to traditional techniques for dimension reduction. To improve Discrete Wavelet Transform (DWT) for effective ...
  • Zhao, Yanchang; Cao, Jie; Zhang, Chengqi; Zhang, Shichao (Elsevier Inc., 2011)
    We propose an enhanced grid-density based approach for clustering high dimensional data. Our technique takes objects (or points) as atomic units in which the size requirement to cells is waived without losing clustering ...
  • Jan, Mian; Nanda, Priyadarsi; Liu, Ren Ping; He, Sean (CPS, 2013)
    Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) performs energyextensive tasks and it is essential to rotate sensor nodes frequently so that Cluster Head selections can be made efficiently. In this paper, we aim to improve the lifetime ...
  • Khankan, Khaled; Steele, Robert (IEEE Computer Society, 2007)
    Given the proliferation of mobile devices and the significant advancements in mobile technologies over the past few years, an important goal in mobile business is improving the productivity of field employees and executives ...
  • Ijaz, Kiran; Bogdanovych, Anton; Simoff, Simeon (Australian Computer Society, 2011)
    Research on embodied conversational agents' reasoning and actions has mostly ignored the external environment. This papers argues that believability of such agents is tightly connected with their ability to relate to ...