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  • Tao, Dacheng; Li, Xuelong; Wu, Xindong; Maybank, Stephen (IEEE Computer Soc, 2009)
    Subspace selection approaches are powerful tools in pattern classification and data visualization. One of the most important subspace approaches is the linear dimensionality reduction step in the Fisher's linear discriminant ...
  • Resconi, Germano; Braun, Robin; Chaczko, Zenon (Springer, 2013)
    Given a set of sensors or cluster of sensors S located at different points or nodes in the ordinary space. Any sensor measures one or more values, such as Temperature. We assume that the information from all sensors at ...
  • Resconi, Germano; Braun, Robin; Chaczko, Zenon (Springer, 2013)
    Given a set of sensors or cluster of sensors S located at different points or nodes in the ordinary space. Any sensor measures one or more values, such as Temperature. We assume that the information from all sensors at ...
  • Danylak, R. (IOS Press, 2003)
    Intuition is the instantaneous knowledge that we possess of what is present in a perceived environment which includes the possible intentions of others. In human to human interaction, we intuitively respond to each other's ...
  • Handal, Boris; Herrington, Tony (Australian Association of Mathematics Teachers, 2005)
  • Song, Julong; Lin, Zhenxian; He, Sean (IEEE Computer Society, 2007)
    Making use of Apollonius Fill, an algorithm is presented, which is for finding solutions of global optimization problems nonlinearly constrained by a circular region in the plane. Using this algorithm, global optimum can ...
  • Wu, Zongda; Xu, Guandong; Zhang, Yanchun; Cao, Zhongsheng; Li, Guiling; Hu, Zhiwen (Elsevier, 2012)
    The rapid increase of multimedia data makes multimedia query more and more important. To better satisfy users? query requirements, developing a functional multimedia query language is becoming a promising and interesting ...
  • Lepmets, Marion; Mcbride, Tom; Ras, Eric (Elsevier, 2012)
    Process improvement should improve an organisation's ability to achieve its business goals. While mapping an organisation's strategic goals through various layers of management is common, such mapping does not seem to ...
  • Nassis, Vicky; Dillon, Tharam; Rahayu, Wenny; Rajagopalapillai, Rajugan (IGI Global, 2006)
    eXtensible Markup Language (XML) has emerged as the dominant standard in describing and exchanging data amongst heterogeneous data sources. The increasing presence of large volumes of data appearing creates the need to ...
  • Zhou, Tianyi; Tao, Dacheng (Omnipress, 2011)
    Low-rank and sparse structures have been profoundly studied in matrix completion and compressed sensing. In this paper, we develop 'Go Decomposition' (GoDec) to efficiently and robustly estimate the low-rank part L and ...
  • Sheard, Judithe; Carbone, Angela; Lister, Raymond; Simon, Beth; Thompson, Errol; Whalley, J (Association of Computing Machinery, 2008)
    ABSTRACT: This paper explores the programming knowledge of novices using Biggs' SOLO taxonomy. It builds on previous work of Lister et al. (2006) and addresses some of the criticisms of that work. The research was conducted ...
  • UTS ePRESS (2013-10-23)
    Panel discussion at UTS Library, Open Access Week 2013.
  • Gay, Valerie; Leijdekkers, Peter (IEEE Computing Society, 2011)
    Mobile devices are blending into our lives and change the way we manage our social life but also how we look after our health. Hundreds of health apps are available for mobile devices and many use social network ...
  • El-Kiki, Tarek; Lawrence, Elaine (IEEE, 2006)
    Mobile communication technologies include wireless broadband 3G cellular networks, Near Field Communications whilst mobile devices such as 3G phones and Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs) now have the computing power ...
  • Shambour, Qusai; Lu, Jie (Springer, 2011)
    The information overload problem results in the under-use of some existing e-Government services. Recommender systems have proven to be an effective solution to the information overload problem by providing users with ...
  • Wu, Qiang; Hintz, Thomas; Jia, Wenjing; He, Sean (Institute of Business Administration, 2008)
    Gradient-based edge detection is a straightforward method to identify the edge points in the original grey-level image. It is intuitive that in the human vision system the edge points always appear where the grey-level ...
  • Berlage, Mark (2011-02-21)
    Mark Berlage, Executive Manager, Research Development, discusses research funding at UTS and how researchers can improve their ability to successfully apply for grants and funding.
  • Saberi, Morteza; Mirtalaie, Ms; Hussain, Farookh; Azadeh, A; Hussain, Omar; Ashjari, Behzad (Elsevier Science Bv, 2013)
    The credit card industry has been growing rapidly and thus huge numbers of consumers' credit data are collected by the credit department of the banks. The credit scoring managers often evaluate the consumer's credit with ...
  • Henderson-Sellers, Brian; Gonzalez Perez, Cesar (Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, 2010)
    The granularity of conceptual models depends at least in part on the granularity of their underpinning metamodel. Here we investigate the theory of granularity as it can be applied to conceptual modelling and, especially, ...