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  • Debenham, JK (World Scientific, 2008-01)
  • Chiu, CC; Chaczko, ZC (Springer, 2014-01)
    This chapter elaborates an approach of guiding land-yachts according to a predefined maneuvering strategy. The simulation of the path as well as the controller scheme is simulated for a sailing strategy (tacking), where ...
  • Chowdhury, GG (Facet Publishing, 2005-01)
    Scholarly communications can take place through a number of documentary forms including seminar and 'conference papers, technical reports, theses and dissertations, journal articles and review papers, monographs, edited ...
  • Khushaba, RN; Al-Ani, A; Alsukker, AS; Al-Jumaily, A (Springer, 2008-01)
    Feature selection is an important step in many pattern recognition systems that aims to overcome the so-called curse of dimensionality problem. Although Ant Colony Optimization (ACO) proved to be a powerful technique in ...
  • Zhang, Y; Candy, L (Springer, 2007-01)
    This paper presents an approach to investigating interdisciplinary collaboration between an artist and a technologist based on case study methods. The aim of the research is to understand how artists and technologists ...
  • Gao, X; Xiao, B; Tao, D; Li, X (Springer, 2009-01)
    Graph edit distance (GED) is widely applied to similarity measurement of graphs in inexact graph matching. Due to the difficulty of defining cost functions reasonably, we do research oil two GED algorithms without cost ...
  • Cao, L (IGI Global, 2009-01)
    Actionable knowledge discovery is selected as one of the greatest challenges (Ankerst, 2002; Fayyad, Shapiro, & Uthurusamy, 2003) of next-generation knowledge discovery in database (KDD) studies (Han & Kamber, 2006). In ...
  • Hawryszkiewycz, IT (Springer, 2010-01)
    Distributed systems are growing increasingly complex in the sense that they need to reorganize on a regular basis to respond to external opportunities. At the same time research has shown that performance is improved where ...
  • Ma, J; Zhang, G; Lu, J (2011)
    Decider is a Fuzzy Hierarchical Multiple Criteria Group Decision Support System (FHMC-GDSS) designed for dealing with subjective, in particular linguistic, information and objective information simultaneously to support ...
  • Moemeng, C; Gorodetsky, V; Zuo, Z; Yang, Y; Zhang, C (Springer, 2009-01)
    Distributed data mining is originated from the need of mining over decentralised data sources. Data mining techniques involving in such complex environment must encounter great dynamics due to changes in the system can ...
  • Smith, ST; Talaei-Khoei, A; Ray, M; Ray, PK (Springer, 2011-01)
    In recent years, there has been an increasing trend towards using video games for health applications. In particular interactive video games, where an individual interacts with the game by moving their limbs or whole body, ...
  • Debenham, JK; Sierra, C (Springer, 2009-01)
    An agent aims to secure his projected needs by attempting to build a set of (business) relationships with other agents. A relationship is built by exchanging private infomlation, and is characterised by its intimacy - ...
  • Henderson-Sellers, B (M.E. Sharpe, 2009-01)
    Agent-oriented (AO) methodologies vary in style and, particularly, in heritage and often with a specific focus (either in terms of domain, application style, or life-cycle coverage). For industry adoption it is essential ...
  • Debenham, John (Idea Group Reference, 2007)
    This chapter describes a generic multi-issue negotiation agent that is designed for a dynamic information-rich environment. The agent strives to make informed decisions by observing signals in the marketplace and by observing ...
  • Tran, Q; Henderson-Sellers, B; Hawryszkiewycz, IT (IGI Global, 2009-01)
    Method fragments for work units and workflows are identified for the support of agile methodologies. Using one such situational method engineering approach, the OPEN Process Framework, we show how the full set of these ...
  • Naderpour, M; Lu, J (Atlantis Press, 2013-01)
    In many complex technological systems, accidents have primarily been attributed to human error. In the majority of these accidents the human operators were striving against significant challenges. They have to face data ...
  • Purba, JH; Lu, J; Ruan, D; Zhang, G (2010)
    Conventional fault tree analysis in safety analysis of complex engineering systems calculates the occurrence probability of the top undesired event using probabilistic failure rates. However, it is often very difficult to ...
  • Johnston, AJ (Libri Publishing, 2011-01)
    Primarily I see myself as a musician. Certainly Im a researcher too, but my research is with and for musicians and is inextricably bound up in the practice of performing. Research questions arise through the execution of, ...
  • Debenham, JK; Prodan, A (Springer, 2009-01)
    The self-organisation of telecommunications networks has to confront the two challenges of the scalability and the stability of the solution. This paper describes a distributed, co-operative multiagent system in which ...
  • Yang, Y; Luo, D; Zhang, C (Springer, 2010-01)
    With the exponential growth of the world wide web, web services have becoming more and more popular. However, performance monitoring is a key issue in the booming service-orient architecture regime. Under such loosely ...