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  • Najaftorkaman, M; Ghapanchi, AH; Talaei-Khoei, A; Ray, P (Atlantis Press, 2013-01)
    This study undertook a literature survey to provide a taxonomy that represents research areas of Electronic Medical Record (EMR). We identified the following areas of research and classified them into eight main categories: ...
  • Damian, DE; Zowghi, D (Springer, 2003-01)
  • Agbinya, JI; Lee, V; Aboura, K; Chaczko, ZC (BroadBandCom '09, 2009-01)
    Radio frequency spectrum mapping allows determining the radio frequency signatures prevalent within an environment. We address the primary frequency bands used for cellular, wireless LAN, UMTS and ultra wideband communications. ...
  • Silvana, A; Zhang, DD; Simoff, SJ; Debenham, JK (IEEE, 2006-01)
    Consumer reviews, opinions and shared experiences in the use of a product is a powerful source of information about consumer preferences that can be used in recommender systems. Despite the importance and value of such ...
  • Lu, J; Shambour, Q; Zhang, G (2009)
    One of the new directions in current e-government development is to provide personalized online services to citizens and businesses. Recommendation techniques can bring a possible solution for this issue. This study proposes ...
  • Li, L; Xiao, H; Xu, G (IGI Global, 2013)
    Computing similarity between short microblogs is an important step in microblog recommendation. In this chapter, the authors utilize three kinds of approaches-traditional term-based approach, WordNetbased semantic approach, ...
  • Guo, X; Lu, J (2005)
    Recommender systems have gained successfully applications for the past ten years, particular in E-commerce domain. However, existing recommendation approaches can not effectively deal with recommendation issue of one-and-only ...
  • Talevski, A; Chang, E; Dillon, TS (IEEE, 2005-01)
    Transportation and warehousing logistics are activities that require strong information systems and computer support. This requirement has grown with the advent of e-commerce. Companies such as FedEx and UPS now allow their ...
  • Sarosa, S; Zowghi, D (Information Institute, 2005-01)
    to meet their original aims and objectives. In these circumstances, the project sponsors are forced to decide whether they should abandon the system they have paid for or improvise by finding a way around the problem. This ...
  • Ying, M; Wirsing, M (Elsevier Science Bv, 2001-01)
    Regarding behaviour equivalence in higher-order process calculi, Sangiorgi (Inform. and Comput. 131 (1996) 141) and Thomsen (Inform. and Comput. 116 (1995) 38) introduced context and higher-order bisimulations, respectively. ...
  • Tao, D; Li, X; Lu, W; Gao, X (2009-12)
    The human visual system (HVS) provides a suitable cue for image quality assessment (IQA). In this paper, we develop a novel reduced-reference (RR) IQA scheme by incorporating the merits from the contourlet transform, ...
  • Dyson, LE; Litchfield, AJ; Raban, R; Tyler, JV (The University of Auckland, Auckland University of Technology, and Australasian Society for Computer, 2009-01)
    This paper seeks to address a major deficit in understandings of mobile learning, that is, its lack of a solid theoretical foundation. An overview of existing theoretical concepts of mobile learning is presented, followed ...
  • Ariffin, Shamsul (Australian and New Zealand Mobile Learning Group, 2012)
    This paper presents the researcher?s reflections on the study of local culture and makes recommendations for creating awareness in the light of qualitative research conducted in Malaysia. The recommendations address ...
  • Edmonds, Ernest (Creativity & Cognition Studios Press, 2006)
    The paper discusses aspects of digital art from the point of view of the notion of observable human - computer interaction. The use of the word interaction is reviewed and alternative approaches to describing the concept ...
  • Avery, GC; Baker, E (Elsevier Science, 2002-01)
  • Jia, W; Zhang, H; He, X (2007-11)
    Automatic license plate recognition (ALPR) is one of the most important aspects of applying computer techniques towards intelligent transportation systems. In order to recognize a license plate efficiently, however, the ...
  • Li, S; Ying, M (Elsevier B.V, 2003-01)
    Originating in Allen's analysis of temporal relations, the notion of composition table has become a key technique in providing an efficient inference mechanism for a wide class of theories in the field artificial intelligence. ...
  • Zhang, Y; Zhang, P; Shi, Y (Elsevier, 2009-01)
    Although Regularized Multiple Criteria Linear Programming (RMCLP) model has shown its effectiveness in classification problems, its inherent drawback of linear formulation limits itself into only solving linear classification ...
  • Zhao, L; Luo, S; Zhao, Y; Liao, L; Wang, Z (Springer-Verlag Berlin, 2006-01)
    Semi-supervised learning gets estimated marginal distribution P-X with a large number of unlabeled examples and then constrains the conditional probability p(y vertical bar x) with a few labeled examples. In this paper, ...
  • Cen, Yonghua; Gan, Liren; Bai, Chen (University of Sheffield, 2013)
    Introduction. The study seeks to answer two questions: How do university students learn to use correct strategies to conduct scholarly information searches without instructions? and, What are the differences in learning ...