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  • Feuerlicht, George (Springer, 2013)
    As the size and complexity of service oriented applications increases ensuring the quality of design of services that constitute these applications is becoming critical. Poor design of services results in unnecessarily ...
  • Nakata, Nicholas; Nakata, Victoria; Anderson, Jane; Hart, Victor; Hunter, Jane; Smallacombe, Sonia; Richmond, Cate; Lloyd, Brian; Maynard, Gibby (Northern Territory Library, 2006)
    Evaluation of the Northern Territory Library's model for Libraries and Knowledge Centres in Indigenous communities.
  • Lowe, David; Stumpers, Benjamin; Newcombe, Peter (Springer, 2013)
    Laboratory experimentation is generally considered central to science-based education. Allowing students to 'experience' science through various forms of carefully designed practical work, including experimentation, is ...
  • Mohania, Mukesh; Swamini, Dhruv; Gupta, Shyam; Bhowmick, Sourav; Dillon, Tharam (Springer-Verlag Berlin, 2005)
    There has been a rising need to handle and process streaming kind of data. It is continuous, unpredictable, time-varying in nature and could arrive in multiple rapid streams. Sensor data, web clickstreams, etc. are the ...
  • Vidal Calleja, Teresa; Berger, C; Lacroix, S (IEEE, 2009)
    A large-scale mapping approach is combined with multiple robots events to achieve cooperative mapping. The mapping approach used is based on hierarchical SLAM global level and local maps, which is generalized for the ...
  • Zhang, Guoli; Zhang, Guangquan; Gao, Ya; Lu, Jie (Atlantis Press, 2010)
    This chapter introduces basic concepts relating to a day-ahead market in a power system. A load dispatch model considers a ramp rate and valve-point-loading effects. An environment/economic load dispatch model is presented ...
  • Kwok, Ngai; Liu, Dikai; Dissanayake, Gamini (Elsevier, 2006)
    Evolutionary computing techniques, including genetic algorithms (GA), particle swarm optimization (PSO) and ants system (AS) are applied to the localization problem of a mobile robot. Salient features of robot localization ...
  • Si, Si; Tao, Dacheng; Chan, Kwok-Ping (IEEE-Inst Electrical Electronics Engineers Inc, 2010)
    Is it possible to train a learning model to separate tigers from elks when we have 1) labeled samples of leopard and zebra and 2) unlabelled samples of tiger and elk at hand? Cross-domain learning algorithms can be used ...
  • Araujo, Joao; Zowghi, Didar; Moreira, Ana (ACM, 2007)
    The achievement of building evolvable systems depends on how efficiently the changeable requirements are elicited and structured by software engineers. In current requirements approaches changing requirements are not dealt ...
  • Kwok, Ngai; Gu, Fang; Zhou, Weizhen (The Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers Inc, 2005)
    The sample impoverishment problem in particle filters is investigated from the perspective of genetic algorithms and remedies are suggested in this research. Studies are conducted for the number of particles required and ...
  • Karol, Alankar; Williams, Mary-Anne; Elliot, Steve (Springer, 2006)
    This paper contributes to the discipline of Information Systems (IS) by illustrating the continuing evolution of IS applications to a single, core business function. Historical developments in IS and the major global ...
  • Cao, Longbing; Zhang, Chengqi (World Scientific Publishing Company, 2007)
    Traditionally, data mining is an autonomous data-driven trial-and-error process. Its typical task is to let data tell a story disclosing hidden information, in which domain intelligence may not be necessary in targeting ...
  • Anufriev, Mikhail; Hommes, Cars (Cambridge University Press, 2012)
    The time evolution of aggregate economic variables, such as stock prices, is affected by market expectations of individual investors. Neoclassical economic theory assumes that individuals form expectations rationally, thus ...
  • Mcbride, Tom (TUCS General Publication, 2009)
    The environment of a university subject provides an opportunity to make process changes and check their effects. To prepare students for an industry placement year, groups of students developed a small but challenging ...
  • Concha, Oscar; Garcia, Jesus; Berlanga, Antonio; Molina, Jose (Springer, 2005)
    This paper presents an automated method based on Evolution Strategies (ES) for optimizing the parameters regulating video-based tracking systems. It does not make assumptions about the type of tracking system used. The ...
  • Chang, Lijun; Yu, Jeffrey; Qin, Lu; Cheng, Hong; Qiao, Miao (Springer Verlag, 2012)
    Shortest distance queries are essential not only in graph analysis and graph mining tasks but also in database applications, when a large graph needs to be dealt with. Such shortest distance queries are frequently issued ...
  • Harbers, Maaike; Verbrugge, Rineke; Sierra, Carles; Debenham, John (Springer, 2008)
    This article presents the results of experiments performed with agents based on an operalization of an information-theoretic model for trust. Experiments have been performed with the ART test-bed, a test domain for trust ...
  • Sinnappan, Sukunesan; Carlson, Jamie (Springer, 2004)
    Numerous studies have endeavored to create and develop Website quality instruments in both the information systems and marketing domains. This study contributes to further theory development and refinement of measuring ...
  • Chua, Bee Bee; Verner, June (Academy & Industry Research Collaboration Center, 2010)
    Although software managers are generally good at new project estimation, their experience of scheduling rework tends to be poor. Inconsistent or incorrect effort estimation can increase the risk that the completion time ...