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  • Leaney, J. R; O'Neill, T.; Denford, M. (The Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers Inc (IEEE), 2002)
    Architecture is a central concept in the engineering of computer based systems. Given a standard architectural representation, the architecture of systems can be discussed, drawn, reasoned about and classified. Complex ...
  • Lowe, David; Mujkanovic, Amir; Guetl, Christian; Kostulski, Thorsten (International Association of Online Engineering, 2011)
    Group/Team formation has been a well studied field in numerous contexts, (i.e. business teams, project teams, educational teams etc.) but have barely been considered within the scope of remote laboratories. Formation of ...
  • Gluga, Richard; Kay, Judy; Lister, Raymond; Lever, Tim (Global Science & Technology Forum (GSTF), 2011)
    A typical Computer Science degree is three to five years long, consists of four to six subjects per semester, and two semesters per year. A student enrolled in such a degree is expected to learn both discipline-specific ...
  • Steele, Robert; Tao, Wei (Springer, 2005)
    Security issues are one of the major deterrents to Web Services adoption in mission critical applications and to the realization of the dynamic e- Business vision of Service Oriented Computing. Role Based Access Control ...
  • Wegdam, Maarten; Van Bemmel, Jeroen; Lagerberg, Ko; Leijdekkers, Peter (Springer-Verlag Berlin, 2004)
  • Hawryszkiewycz, Igor (Springer, 2013)
    Design methods for managing a system of systems go beyond optimizing one system but must provide ways to sustain relationships between systems in com-plex environments. Design methods must provide holistic solutions by ...
  • Purba, Julwan Hendry; Lu, Jie; Zhang, Guangquan; Ruan, Da (Imperial College Press, 2012)
    Reliability data is essential for a nuclear power plant probabilistic safety assessment by fault tree analysis to assess the performance of the safety-related systems. The limitation of conventional reliability data arises ...
  • Partridge, Chris; Gonzalez-Perez, Cesar; Henderson-Sellers, Brian (Springer, 2013)
    The conceptual modelling community not only has no clear, general agreement on what its models model, it also has no clear picture of what the available options and their implications are. One common claim is that models ...
  • Bremner, Michael; Mora, Caterina; Winter, Andreas (American Physical Society, 2009)
    We show the following: a randomly chosen pure state as a resource for measurement-based quantum computation is?with overwhelming probability?of no greater help to a polynomially bounded classical control computer, than ...
  • Debenham, John (Springer, 2009)
    An approach to argumentation attempts to model the partner's evaluative criteria, and by attempting to work with it rather than against it. To this end, the utterances generated aim to influence the partner to believe what ...
  • Debenham, John; Sierra, Carles (Springer-Verlag, 2011)
    This paper is concerned with rhetorical argumentation that aims to alter the beliefs of the listener, and so to influence his future actions, as opposed to classical argumentation that is concerned with the generation of ...
  • Yan, Xiaowei; Zhang, Chengqi; Zhang, Shichao (Taylor & Francis Inc, 2005)
    Priori-like algorithms for association rules mining have relied on two user-specified thresholds: minimum support and minimum confidence. There are two significant challenges to applying these algorithms to real-world ...
  • Gay, Valerie; Leijdekkers, Peter (IOS Press, 2006)
  • Shukran, Mohd; Chung, Yuk; Yeh, Wei-Chang; Wahid, Noorhaniza; Zaidi, Ahmad (Canadian Center of Science and Education, 2011)
    Artificial Bee Colony (ABC) algorithm is considered new and widely used in searching for optimum solutions. This is due to its uniqueness in problem-solving method where the solution for a problem emerges from intelligent ...
  • Chaczko, Zenon; Aslanzadeh, Shahrzad; Kuleff2, Jonathan (Polish Academy of Sciences (PAN), Committe of Electronics and Telecommunications, 2012)
    Biologically inspired computing that looks to nature and biology for inspiration is a revolutionary change to our thinking about solving complex computational problems. It looks into nature and biology for inspiration ...
  • Wu, Jia; Zhu, Xingquan; Zheng, Sanyou; Cai, Zhihua (IEEE, 2013)
    Naive Bayes (NB) is a popularly used classification method. One potential weakness of NB is the strong conditional independence assumption between attributes, which may deteriorate the classification accuracy. In this ...
  • Edmonds, Ernest (IEEE, 2011)
    This paper reviews the development of frameworks for thinking and talking about interactive art in the context of my personal practice over the last forty years. It traces a number of paths taken, from an early simple ...
  • Edmonds, Ernest (Routledge, 2010)
    Interactive art has become much more common as a result of the many ways in which the computer and the Internet have facilitated it. Issues relating to human?computer interaction (HCI) are as important to interactive ...
  • Edmonds, Ernest (IOS Press, 2007)
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  • Hussain, Omar; Chang, Elizabeth; Dillon, Tharam; Hussain, Farookh (IEEE Computer Soc, 2008)
    By analyzing the level of perceived risk in the domain of e-business, the interaction initiating agent can determine beforehand whether or not it will achieve its desired outcomes and the associated consequences to it in ...