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  • Wen, J; Wen, J; Gao, X; Gao, X; Yuan, Y; Yuan, Y; Tao, D; Tao, D; Li, J; Li, J (Elsevier Science BvElsevier Science Bv, 2010-01)
    Most existing color-based tracking algorithms utilize the statistical color information of the object as the tracking clues, without maintaining the spatial structure within a single chromatic image. Recently, the researches ...
  • Paisitkriangkrai, S; Shen, C; Zhang, J (2010-05-22)
    The ability to efficiently and accurately detect objects plays a very crucial role for many computer vision tasks. Recently, offline object detectors have shown a tremendous success. However, one major drawback of offline ...
  • Cao, L (Elsevier Inc., 2010-01)
    The in-depth analysis of human behavior has been increasingly recognized as a crucial means for disclosing interior driving forces, causes and impact on businesses in handling many challenging issues such as behavior ...
  • Yan, X; Zhang, C; Zhang, S; Qin, Z (Idea Group Publishing, 2003-01)
    Prevailing information retrieval methods are based on either term similarity or latent semantics. Terms are considered independently. This paper presents a new strategy for information retrieval, i.e., indexing by conditional ...
  • Brady, FR; Dyson, LE; Asela, T (Scoool of Information Technology, Murdoch University, 2008-01)
    Indigenous people around the world are becoming more and more interested in ICT. The aural and graphical characteristics of mobile technology and multimedia, in particular, speak to strengths in Indigenous oral and graphical ...
  • Nakata, NM; Nakata, VS; Gardiner, G; Byrne, A; McKeough, J; Gibson, J (Australian Library and Information Association Ltd, 2008-01)
    Research findings of study into the first generation issues with Indigenous digital collections in libraries
  • Nakata, NM (Upplysing. The Icelandic Library and Information Science Association, 2006-01)
    The popular use of the term Indigenous Knowledge to denote an information set has emerged internationally over the last fifteen years. To illustrate how globally and electronically networked Indigenous Knowledge activity ...
  • Nakata, NM (Post Pressed, 2004-01)
  • Dyson, LE (Wiley-Blackwell, 2011-01)
  • Pal, Y.; Vaidyanathasamy, L.; Zowghi, D.; Damian, D. E (The Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers Inc (IEEE), 2002)
    This paper describes an industrial experience in process improvement at one of the Unisys development labs in Australia. Following a Capability Maturity Model (CMM) mini-assessment, the organization is undertaking ...
  • Mehboob, Z; Zowghi, D (IEEE, 2009-01)
    Change impact analysis (CIA) approaches are mostly developed based on the understanding of both system development process and system architecture. It is thus reasonable to assume that if the development process or system ...
  • Perrott, B (Palgrave, 2007-01)
    Some researchers contend that it is only through a deep understanding of the possibilities and nature of routine coordinated activity that whole industries can be properly framed and understood. This paper sets out to ...
  • Cheema, MA; Lin, X; Zhang, W; Zhang, Y (IEEE, 2011-01)
    Given a set of objects and a query q, a point p is called the reverse k nearest neighbor (RkNN) of q if q is one of the k closest objects of p. In this paper, we introduce the concept of influence zone which is the area ...
  • Chowdhury, GG; Foo, S (Facet Publishing, 2012-01)
    A review of research in information access in digital libraries
  • Debenham, JK; Sierra, C (AAAI Press, 2007-01)
    Successful negotiators look beyond a purely utilitarian view. We propose a new agent architecture that integrates the utilitarian, information, and semantic views allowing the definition of strategies that take these three ...
  • Sierra, C; Debenham, J (IJCAI-INT JOINT CONF ARTIF INTELL, 2007-01-01)
  • Debenham, John (Springer, 2005)
    An agent architecture is described with high-level process management applications in mind. The agent is information-based in that it is designed to operate with real-time information streams. The information that it ...
  • Sierra, C; Debenham, JK (Springer, 2009-01)
    Information-based argumentation aims to model the partnerâs reasoning apparatus to the extent that an agent can work with it to achieve outcomes that are mutually satisfactory and lay the foundation for continued interaction ...
  • Sierra, C; Debenham, JK (INESC, 2008-01)
    Information-based agency is founded on two observations: everything in an agent's world model is uncertain, and everything that an agent communicates gives away valuable information. The agent's deliberative mechanism ...