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  • Bernardo, DV; Chua, B; Hoang, DB (Research Publishing Services, 2009-01)
    This paper introduces a novel approach to a more practical Quantitative SRA. The approach formalized in this paper is based on the methods described in various risk assessment frameworks that were described by existing ...
  • Ying, M (Elsevier Science Bv, 2010-01)
    The main purpose of this paper is to examine some (potential) applications of quantum computation in AI and to review the interplay between quantum theory and AI. For the readers who are not familiar with quantum computation, ...
  • Ying, M; Feng, Y; Yu, N (2013-01-29)
    Quantum cryptography has been extensively studied in the last twenty years, but information-flow security of quantum computing and communication systems has been almost untouched in the previous research. Duo to the essential ...
  • Sun, Zhiwei; Du, Rg; Long, Dong-Yang (World Scientific Publ Co Pte Ltd, 2013)
    Recently, quantum key distribution (QKD) with classical Bob has been suggested and proven completely robust by Boyer et al. [Phys. Rev. Lett.99 (2007) 140501] in which quantum Alice has a fully-fledged quantum power, while ...
  • Ying, M (Elsevier, 2007-01)
    An axiomatization of a mathematical theory consists of a system of basic notions as well as a set of axioms about these notions. The mathematical theory is then the set of theorems which can be derived from the axioms. ...
  • Ying, M; Feng, Y (2006-05-26)
    Loop is a powerful program construct in classical computation, but its power is still not exploited fully in quantum computation. The exploitation of such power definitely requires a deep understanding of the mechanism of ...
  • Ying, M; Feng, Y; Duan, R; Li, Y; Yu, N (Science Press, 2012-01)
    This paper surveys the new field of programming methodology and techniques for future quantum computers, including design of sequential and concurrent quantum programming languages, their semantics and implementations. ...
  • Wilde, MM; Datta, N; Hsieh, MH; Winter, A (2012-12-21)
    We extend quantum rate distortion theory by considering auxiliary resources that might be available to a sender and receiver performing lossy quantum data compression. The first setting we consider is that of quantum rate ...
  • Datta, N; Hsieh, MH; Wilde, MM (2011-08-25)
    We derive quantum counterparts of two key theorems of classical information theory, namely, the rate distortion theorem and the source-channel separation theorem. The rate-distortion theorem gives the ultimate limits on ...
  • Liu, X; Li, J; Wang, L (Springer, 2008-01)
    Protein-protein interactions (PPIs) are one of the most important mechanisms in cellular processes. To model protein interaction sites, recent studies have suggested to find interacting protein group pairs from large PPI ...
  • Shen, J; Tao, D; Li, X (IEEE-Inst Electrical Electronics Engineers Inc, 2009-01)
    In this paper, we introduce a novel indexing scheme-QUery Context tree (QUC-tree) to facilitate efficient query sensitive music search under different query contexts. Distinguished from the previous approaches, QUC-tree ...
  • Li, Y; Geng, B; Yang, L; Xu, C; Bian, W (Elsevier Science Bv, 2012-01)
    Query difficulty estimation predicts the performance of the search result of the given query. It is a powerful tool for multimedia retrieval and receives increasing attention. It can guide the pseudo relevance feedback to ...
  • Yang, C; Liu, C; Zhang, X; Nepal, S; Chen, J (2013)
    Nowadays, we enter a new era of data explosion which introduces the new problems for big data processing. Current methods for querying streaming XML big data are mostly based on events filtering techniques. It is well known ...
  • Serour, MK; Winder, D (Polytechnic University of Valencia, Spain, 2007-01)
    While there has been significant discussion of the techniques of method engineering, the current literature gives little attention to the adoption and diffusion process, firstly, how the organizations get ready for the ...
  • Agbinya, JI; Chaczko, ZC; Aboura, K (BroadBandCom '09, 2009-01)
    Electromagnetic Fields radiation has raised concerns within several segments of the population in the past three decades. Many studies proved inconclusive mainly due to the scarcity of the data. We propose an architecture ...
  • Xie, B; Song, M; Mu, Y; Tao, D (Springer, 2010-01)
    Image retrieval on large-scale datasets is challenging. Current indexing schemes, such as k-d tree, suffer from the âcurse of dimensionalityâ . In addition, there is no principled approach to integrate various features ...
  • Tao, D; Tang, X (IEEE Computer Soc, 2004-01)
    Relevance feedback (RF) schemes based on support vector machine (SVM) have been widely used in content-based image retrieval. However, the performance of SVM based RF is often poor when the number of labeled positive ...
  • Andrews, IS (IEEE, 2008-01)
    Ian Andrews is a leading Australian media artist who has been experimenting with audio online since the mid 1990s. Initially working with Flash for delivery of his audio works in a bandwidth-restricted environment, he began ...
  • Henderson-Sellers, B (SPRINGER-VERLAG BERLIN, 2011-01-01)
  • Li, L; Xu, G; Zhang, Y; Kitsuregawa, M (Elsevier, 2011-01)
    In Web search, with the aid of related query recommendation, Web users can revise their initial queries in several serial rounds in pursuit of finding needed Web pages. In this paper, we address the Web search problem on ...