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  • Thi, T; Cheng, L; Zhang, J; Wang, L; Satoh, S (IEEE, 2010-01)
    In this paper, we present a robust framework for action recognition in video, that is able to perform competitively against the state-of-the-art methods, yet does not rely on sophisticated background subtraction preprocess ...
  • Hong, S; Feuerlicht, G (IEEE Computer Society, 2008-01)
    The success of projects using web service will, to a large extent depend on effective interface design and development methodologies used in the construction of web applications. As service interface constitutes the basic ...
  • Al-Sharawneh, J; Williams, M-A; Goldbaum, D (2010)
    In the Service Web, customers' feedback constitutes a substantial component of Web Service reputation and trustworthiness, which in turn impacts the service uptake by consumers in the future. This paper presents an approach ...
  • Amgoud, L; Confalonieri, R; De Jonge, D; D'Inverno, M; Hazelden, K; Osman, N; Prade, H; Sierra, C; Yee-King, M (2012)
    WeCurate is a shared image browser for collaboratively curating a virtual exhibition from a cultural image archive. This paper is concerned with the evaluation and iteration of a prototype UI (User In- Terface) design to ...
  • Vo, D; Vo, N; Challa, S (Springer Berlin / Heidelberg, 2008-01)
  • Fitzgerald, S; Hanks, B; Lister, RF; McCauley, R; Murphy, L (ACM, 2013-01)
    Abstract: This paper reports on a mixed methods study which examines how four experienced instructors approached the grading of a programming problem. Two instructors used a detailed, analytic approach and two instructors ...
  • Coulin, CR; Zowghi, D (Deakin University, 2005-01)
  • Fidge, CF; Hogan, J; Lister, RF (Australian Computer Society Inc, 2013-01)
    Abstract: The well-known difficulties students exhibit when learning to program are often characterised as either difficulties in understanding the problem to be solved or difficulties in devising and coding a computational ...
  • Correa, W; Prade, H; Richard, G (2012)
    The paper investigates a general approach that allows us to solve IQ tests based on Raven's progressive matrices automatically. The 3 × 3 Raven matrices exhibit 8 geometric pictures displayed in 8 cells of the matrix, which ...
  • Correa, W; Prade, H; Richard, G (2012)
    The paper investigates a general approach that allows us to solve IQ tests based on Raven's progressive matrices automatically. The 3 × 3 Raven matrices exhibit 8 geometric pictures displayed in 8 cells of the matrix, which ...
  • Scifleet, S; Henninger, M; Albright, KH (University of Sheffield, 2013-01)
    Introduction. This study investigates the challenges that arise when social media are acquired as an information resource to be maintained, studied, re-purposed and re-used. The aim of the research is to understand how the ...
  • Debenham, JK; Sierra, C (Springer-Verlag, 2011-01)
    The degree of trust that an agent has for another is the strength of the agentâs belief that the other will enact its commitments without variation. A strong sense of trust may be sufficient justification for one agent to ...
  • Goodman, J (RMIT publications, 2004-01)
  • Furqan, F; Hoang, DB (IEEE, 2013-01-01)
  • Li, J; Tao, D (2011)
    This paper addresses the problem of learning based single image super-resolution. Previous research on this problem employs human user to provide a set of images that are similar to the target image as a reference. Then ...
  • Wang, M; Chen, J; Zhu, L (2012)
    The performance and reliability of workflow execution are highly dependent on the scheduling algorithm. However, existing approaches usually confines the scheduling on the predefined workflow structure, neglecting the ...
  • Gisch, AL; Robertson, TJ (ACM, 2013-01)
    This paper presents findings from a scoping study conducted with 12 participants who use cloud productivity tools in a range of small business contexts and work arrangements. There are two key areas discussed in this paper; ...
  • Bogg, P; Low, GC; Henderson-Sellers, B; Ghassan, B (SciTePress, 2010-01)
    A work product is a tangible artifact used during a software development project; for example, a requirements specifications or class model diagram. Towards a general approach for evaluating and potentially improving the ...
  • Hawryszkiewycz, IT (IEEE, 2009-01)
    Business processes are becoming increasingly collaborative and dynamic in nature. Correspondingly computer systems must provide the systems to support both the collaboration and changing work practices. This paper describes ...
  • Singh, G; Zinder, Y (Australian Society for Operations Research, 2000-01)
    The critical path method remains one of the most popular approaches in practical scheduling. Being developed for the makespan problem this method can also be generalized to the maximum lateness problem. For the unit execution ...