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  • Eissa, MM; Chaczko, ZC; Rahali, E (IEEE, 2007-01)
    An increase in complexity of relays and power systems makes the relay settings and the process of coordination quite difficult. The changes of operating conditions in power systems also adversely affect the installed relays. ...
  • Smith, G; Johnston, AJ (Australasian Computer Music Association, 2008-01)
    In this paper we present software designed to help address problems encountered by beginning guItarists, using interactive software to find effective solutions to enhance the learning process. Software can be utilised to ...
  • Unknown author (2009-01-19)
    The proceedings of the International Conference on Adaptive Science and Technology, held in Ghana 10-12 December 2007
  • Chandran, D; Kang, K; Leveaux, RR (N/A, 2001-01)
  • Koreshoff, TL; Robertson, T; Leong, TW (Association for Computing Machinery, 2013)
    This paper offers an HCI perspective on the emergent agenda of the Internet of Things (IoT). The purpose is to provide insights and resources for how HCI could engage productively with the IoT agenda while it is still ...
  • Kang, DJ; Dyson, LE (Univeristy of Southern Queensland, 2007-01)
  • Qureshi, M (Springer Berlin / Heidelberg, 2012-01)
    Several metamodels have been proposed in the software engineering literature recently. For practical usage, it is important to ensure that these metamodels can be used in an interoperable fashion. In this paper we present ...
  • Perfilieva, I; Dubois, D; Prade, H; Esteva, F; Godo, L; Hoďáková, P (2012-04-01)
    We propose a general framework for the interpolation problem. Our framework stems from the classical elaboration of the problem. We introduce the notion of an interpolating fuzzy function and show how this function can be ...
  • Williams, M-A; Abidi, S; Gärdenfors, P; Wang, X; Kuipers, B; Johnston, B (2013)
    The ability to draw other agents' attention to objects and events is an important skill on the critical path to effective human-robot collaboration. People use the act of pointing to draw other people's attention to objects ...
  • Djouadi, Y; Prade, H (2010)
    Fuzzy formal concept analysis is concernedwith formal contexts expressing scalar-valued fuzzy relationships between objects and their properties. Existing fuzzy approaches assume that the relationship between a given object ...
  • Baer, Linda (2012-10-08)
  • Serour, MK; Henderson-Sellers, B (IEEE Computer Society Press, 2004-01)
    Contemporary software development organizations have a need for flexible processes and methodologies. They eschew formal, heavyweight methods for the use of more agile methodologies. Creating such an agile methodology is ...
  • Chua, B; Bernardo, DV (IEEE, 2010-01)
    Education needs to be sustainable and one way to achieve educational sustainability is through developing studentsâ interest in scholarly articles. Introducing scholarly articles in the classroom is often compellingly ...
  • Cao, L (Springer US, 2009)
    In recent years, more and more researchers have been involved in research on both agent technology and data mining. A clear disciplinary effort has been activated toward removing the boundary between them, that is the ...
  • Cao, L; Yu, P; Zhang, C; Zhang, H (Springer, 2009-01)
    Data Mining for Business Applications presents state-of-the-art data mining research and development related to methodologies, techniques, approaches and successful applications. The contributions of this book mark a ...
  • Brungs, Attila; Byrne, Alex (2011-02-21)
    Welcome by the University Librarian, Dr Alex Byrne and Opening Address by Professor Attila Brungs, DVC (Research)
  • Simon, S; Sheard, J; Carbone, A; Chinn, D; Laakso, M; Clear, T; de Raadt, M; D'Souza, D; Lister, RF; Philpott, A; Skene, J; Warburton, G (Australian Computer Society Inc, 2012-01)
    Abstract: This paper describes a classification scheme that can be used to investigate the characteristics of introductory programming examinations. The scheme itself is described and its categories explained. We describe ...
  • Jamdagni, A; Tan, Z; Nanda, P; He, X; Liu, R (2009)
    We propose a statistical model, namely Geometrical Structure Anomaly Detection (GSAD) to detect intrusion using the packet payload in the network. GSAD takes into account the correlations among the packet payload features ...
  • Deng, C; Gao, X; Li, X; Tao, D (IEEE Computer Soc, 2008-01)
    In this paper, a robust image watermarking approach is presented based on image local invariant features. The affine invariant point detector is used to extract feature regions of the given host image. Image normalization ...
  • Loke, L; Robertson, T (2008)
    This paper reports on a study that explored ways of inventing and devising movement for use in the design of movement-based interaction with video-based, motion-sensing technologies. Methods that dancers, trained in movement ...