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  • O'Neill, T; Denford, M; Leaney, J; Dunsire, K (IGI Global, 2007)
    Enterprise architecture (EA) is the recognised place where the engineering practice of systems architecture meets real-world enterprise needs. The enterprise computer-based systems employed by organisations today can be ...
  • Lin, K; Debenham, JK; Simoff, SJ (Springer, 2010-01)
    A major project is investigating methods for conserving power in wireless networks. A component of this project addresses methods for predicting whether the user demand load in each zone of a network is increasing, decreasing ...
  • Dyson, LE (Information Science Reference, 2008-01)
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  • Resconi, G; Chaczko, ZC (Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2012, 2012-01)
    Mechatronics plays an important role in surgical, automotive, food and industrial applications. To become smarter and more robust, mechatronic systems have to rely on numerous objects and controls that operate in a diverse ...
  • Leggett, MG (Libri Publishing, 2011-01)
    In the computer-based digital domain, interaction with video is becoming an everyday occurrence. Breaking away from our traditional regard for moving images organised along the linear principles of the filmic tradition, ...
  • Gonzalez-Perez, C; Giorgini, P; Henderson-Sellers, B (SPRINGER, 2009-01-01)
  • Ubaudi, FA; Kennedy, PJ; Catchpoole, DR; Guo, D; Simoff, SJ (Springer, 2009-01)
    Gene expression datasets used in biomedical data mining frequently have two characteristics: they have many thousand attributes but only relatively few sample points and the measurements are noisy. In other words, individual ...
  • Amailef, K; Lu, J (Springer, 2012-01)
    This chapter describes an algorithm within a Mobile-based Emergency Response System (MERS) to automatically extract information from Short Message Service (SMS). The algorithm is based on an ontology concept, and a maximum ...
  • 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 ...
  • Henderson-Sellers, B; Gonzalez-Perez, C (Springer, 2013-01)
    A domain-specific modelling language can be considered as a situationally focussed conceptual modelling language. A modelling language is typically underpinned by a meta-model that defines its abstract syntax, utilizes a ...
  • Coulin, CR; Zowghi, D; Sahraoui, A (Information Science Reference, 2010-01)
    In this chapter they present a collaborative and situational tool called MUSTER, that has been specifically designed and developed for requirements elicitation workshops, and which utilizes, extends, and demonstrates a ...
  • Khushaba, RN; Al-Jumaily, A (IGI Global, 2008-01)
    rapid increase in popularity in the past few years. The electromyography (EMG) signal, also referred to as the Myoelectric signal (MES), recorded at the surface of the skin, is one of the biosignals generated by the human ...
  • Homayounfard, H; Kennedy, PJ; Braun, RM (Springer, 2013)
  • Buckingham Shum, S (Springer, 1998-01)
    This chapter describes an approach to capturing organisational memory, which serves to ground an analysis of human issues that knowledge management (KM) technologies raise. In the approach presented, teams construct graphical ...
  • Buckingham Shum, S; Sumner, T (Kogan, 1998-01)
    This chapter describes how we are seeking to exploit the potential of interactive Web media through user-centred analysis of a mode of working that defines academic lifecritical, structured debate about documents. We are ...
  • Xu, G; Gu, Y; Yi, X (IGI Global, 2013-01)
    With the recent information explosion, social websites have become popular in many Web 2.0 applications where social annotation services allow users to annotate various resources with freely chosen words, i.e., tags, which ...
  • Gervasi, V; Zowghi, D (SPRINGER-VERLAG BERLIN, 2010-01-01)
  • Buckingham Shum, S; Domingue, J; Motta, E (Springer-Verlag, 2001-01)
    Our approach to knowledge management, called Ontology-Driven Document Enrichment, aims to support knowledge creation and sharing by enriching documents through formal models. These reflect a particular viewpoint over a set ...
  • Wouters, Carlo; Rajagopalapillai, Rajugan; Dillon, Tharam; Rahayu, Wenny (Idea Group Publishing, 2006)
    The emergence of Semantic Web (SW) and the related technologies promise to make the Web a meaningful experience. Conversely, success of SW and its applications depends largely on utilization and interoperability of ...