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  • Santosa, Henry; Milton, John; Kennedy, Paul (Association for Computing Machinery, 2011)
    This paper applies a recent information?theoretic approach to controlling Genetic Algorithms (GAs) called HMXT to tree?based Genetic Programming (GP). HMXT, in a GA domain, requires the setting of selection thresholds ...
  • Rahali, Essam; Chong, Wei; Chaczko, Zenon; Braun, Robin (IEEE Xplore, 2011)
    This paper discusses experiences of applying a Holonic approach for Modelling the Business Process Management (BPM) in the telecommunication domain. Topics presented in this paper include shared experiences as well as ...
  • Baker, Ellen; Avery, Gayle; Crawford, John (Idea Group Publishing, 2006)
    While technology enables home-based telecommuting (HBT), it also has been blamed for its slow growth. Thus, technology may both facilitate and hinder HBT. In order to clarify the role that technology currently plays when ...
  • Debenham, John; Simoff, Simeon (Springer Verlag, 2010)
    Relationships are fundamental to all but the most impersonal forms of interaction in business. Human agents who are unsure of themselves seek honourable trading relationships. The establishment and growth of interpersonal ...
  • Strang, Kenneth (Emerald, 2011)
    Purpose: A quasi-experiment compared two instructional approaches for an existing MBA online business strategy course at an accredited university to answer the question: how can discussion questions become more effective ...
  • Wang, Huaqing; Hintz, Thomas; Wu, Qiang; He, Sean (Macquarie Scientific Publishing, 2004)
  • Bader, Refad Rofael Issa; Kang, Kyeong (IBIMA Publishing, 2012)
    The focus of this paper is on proposing a methodology for investigating if and how cultural differences affect communications broadcasted by people who were on the ground during emergency events. This paper addresses issues ...
  • Chowdhury, Gobinda (Emerald Group Publishing, 2012)
    Purpose ? The study aims to determine the environmental impact of printed content in libraries and thus to find out how a digital information service can help libraries and institutions play a key role in helping the ...
  • Peterson, G; Aslani, P; Williams, Kylie (Journal Medical Internet Research, 2003)
    Background Many consumers use the Internet to find information about their medicines. It is widely acknowledged that health information on the Internet is of variable quality and therefore the search and appraisal skills ...
  • He, Dan; Zhu, Xingquan; Stott Parker, D (IEEE, 2011)
    Recent years have witnessed a great deal of attention in tracking news memes over the web, modeling shifts in the ebb and flow of their popularity. One of the most important features of news memes is that they seldom occur ...
  • Huang, Shoudong; Lai, Yingwu; Frese, Udo; Dissanayake, Gamini (IEEE, 2010)
    Most people believe SLAM is a complex nonlinear stimation/optimization problem. However, recent research shows that some simple iterative methods based on linearization can sometimes provide surprisingly good solutions to ...
  • Larssen, Astrid Twenebowa; Robertson, Toni; Edwards, Jenny (CHISIG, 2006)
    This paper presents thoughts to extend our understanding of bodily aspects of technology interactions. The aim of the paper is to offer a way of looking at the role our kinaesthetic sense plays in human-computer interaction. ...
  • Wang, Huaqing; Hintz, Thomas; Wu, Qiang; He, Sean (CSREA Press, 2004)
  • Jin, Jianxun; Zheng, Luhai; Wen, Ju; Guo, Youguang; Chen, Jiaxin; Zhu, Jianguo (IEEE, 2007)
    The special reaction phenomenon of a high temperature superconductor (HTS) to magnetic fields provides an alternative technical solution for design of a levitated mobilization system, in which a linear motion drive with ...
  • Chen, Yan; Wu, Qiang; He, Sean (Springer-Verlag Berlin / Heidelberg, 2011)
    A new feature description is used for human action representation and recognition. Features are extracted from the Radon transforms of silhouette images. Using the features, key postures are selected. Key postures are ...
  • Chen, Yan; Wu, Qiang; He, Sean (IEEE, 2008)
    A new feature description is used for human behaviour representation and recognition. The feature is based on Radon transforms of extracted silhouettes. Key postures are selected based on the Radon transform. Key postures ...
  • Moghaddam, Zia; Piccardi, Massimo (ACM (Association for Computing Machinery), 2010)
    Modern video surveillance requires addressing high-level concepts such as humans' actions and activities. In addition, surveillance applications need to be portable over a variety of platforms, from servers to mobile ...
  • Tao, Dacheng; Li, Xuelong; Wu, Xindong; Maybank, Stephen (IEEE Computer Society, 2006)
    A persona??s gait changes when he or she is carrying an object such as a bag, suitcase or rucksack. As a result, human identification and tracking are made more difficult because the averaged gait image is too simple ...
  • Dong, H; Hussain, Farookh; Chang, Elizabeth (Springer, 2010)
    Digital Ecosystems (DEST) have emerged with the purpose of enhancing communications among small and medium enterprises (SMEs) within the worldwide Business Ecosystem. However, because of the diversity and heterogeneity of ...
  • Cao, Longbing; Dai, Ruwei (China Science Press, 2003)
    The Hall for Workshop of Metasynthetie Engineering(HWME) is an engeering technology proposed for coping with open complex giant systems. In this paper we describe the implementation of a human-computer-cooperated intelligent ...