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  • Tan, C (Springer, 2013-01)
    Much hype has been centered on MOOCs, or Massive Online Open Courses, in higher education recently. They possess the noble aim of bringing top quality education to the masses, often for free, but suffer from several drawbacks ...
  • Culjak, G; Nicholls, P; Leveaux, RR; Kowelenko, N (Universidad de Talca - Chile, 2007-01)
    The aim of this research study is to evaluate the availability and classification of the types of currently available Internet self-help websites for depression. Its aim is to develop an understanding of what is available ...
  • Resconi, G; Chaczko, ZC (Springer Verlag, 2013-01)
    The article provides an overview of computational apparatus of Morphotronics theory in context of its applicability for Bond Graphs representation
  • Chaczko, ZC; Rasconi, G (Springer, 2009-01)
    This paper discusses a newly proposed Morphotronic System paradigm that can be used as a general computation model for construction of software. The Morphotronic System allows for a definition of very flexible software ...
  • Resconi, G; Chaczko, ZC (Springer, 2009-01)
    The Morphotronic approach postulates a significant improvement to traditional system design thinking based on the Turing Machine model. The paper presents a range of important concepts and definitions supporting this ...
  • Hendriks, M; Dyson, LE (Idea Group Publishing, 2005-01)
  • Chen, Y; Wu, Q; He, S (IEEE Computer Society, 2008-01)
    This paper proposed a method for discriminating pedestrians from rigid objects in a video. The method is a motion-based recognition of moving objects. This method is motivated by the assumptions that human beings are ...
  • Chen, X; Yang, J; Wu, Q; Zhao, J (IEEE Computer Society, 2010-01)
    Motion blur detection and the relevant blurring parameter estimation are important for many computer vision tasks. The contribution of this paper is in two folds. First, we propose a closed-form solution for motion direction ...
  • Liu, DK; Wu, X; Kulatunga, AK; Dissanayake, G (IEEE Computer Society, 2006)
    With the increasing applications of fully autonomous vehicles, efficient motion coordination of multiautonomous vehicles becomes a very important problem as it significantly affects the productivity. This problem is even ...
  • Loke, L; Robertson, TJ (Assoc Computing Machinery, 2013-01)
    There is growing interest in designing for movement-based interactions with technology, now that various sensing technologies are available enabling a range of movement possibilities from gestural to whole-body interactions. ...
  • Loke, L; Robertson, TJ; Mansfield, T (Computer-Human Interaction Special Interest Group (CHISIG) of Australia, 2005-01)
    This paper describes the development of movement-oriented personas and scenarios for representing multiple users of an interactive, immersive environment, designed as an artistic work for a public space. Personas and ...
  • Van Den Hoven, E; Van De Garde-Perik, E; Offermans, S; Van Boerdonk, K; Lenssen, K-MH (2013)
    Understanding tangible interaction's foundational concepts can lead to systems with direct, integrated, and meaningful data control and representation. © 1970-2012 IEEE.
  • Xie, B; Mu, Y; Tao, D (Springer, 2010-01)
    In many real world applications, different features (or multiview data) can be obtained and how to duly utilize them in dimension reduction is a challenge. Simply concatenating them into a long vector is not appropriate ...
  • Xie, B; Mu, Y; Tao, D; Huang, K (2011-02)
    Dimension reduction has been widely used in real-world applications such as image retrieval and document classification. In many scenarios, different features (or multiview data) can be obtained, and how to duly utilize ...
  • Frawley, JK (UTS, 2012-01)
    Innovations in information and communication technologies (ICT) have emphasized new `non-text forms of literacy that include still and moving image. To date such new literacy practices have been researched largely within ...
  • Al-Jaafreh, M; Al-Jumaily, A (IEEE, 2005-01)
    Many cardiovascular diseases can be avoided by continuous monitoring cardiovascular parameters. Heart rate, electrocardiogram, blood pressure and pulse wave velocity are the most important and popular cardiovascular ...
  • Al-Ani, A; Talaat, AS; Atiya, AF; Mokhtar, SA; Fayek, M (Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2012-01)
    Penalized likelihood is a general approach whereby an objective function is defined, consisting of the log likelihood of the data minus some term penalizing non-smooth solutions. Subsequently, this objective function is ...
  • Ruan, D; Lu, J; Laes, E; Zhang, G; Ma, J; Meskens, G (2010)
    Real world decisions often made in the presence of multiple, conflicting, and incommensurate criteria. Decision making requires multiple perspectives of different individuals as more decisions are made now in groups than ...