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Winky Dink and you: determining patterns of narrative for interactive television.

Conference Proceeding
Smith, I., Stewart, F., & Turner, P. (2003)
Winky Dink and you: determining patterns of narrative for interactive television. In Second European Conference on Interactive Television
We report on the identification, creation and use of narrative patterns to create an interactive cartoon. We have undertaken an analysis of an American 1950-60’s interactive t...

A Hyper-Heuristic classifier for one dimensional bin packing problems: Improving classification accuracy by attribute evolution.

Conference Proceeding
Sim, K., Hart, E., & Paechter, B. (2012)
A Hyper-Heuristic classifier for one dimensional bin packing problems: Improving classification accuracy by attribute evolution. In Parallel Problem Solving from Nature: PPSN XII, (348-357). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-32964-7_35
A hyper-heuristic for the one dimensional bin packing problem is presented that uses an Evolutionary Algorithm (EA) to evolve a set of attributes that characterise a problem i...

A Loosely-coupled Semantic Model for Efficient Cloud Service Search and Retrieval.

Conference Proceeding
Fang, D., Liu, X., & Romdhani, I. (2015)
A Loosely-coupled Semantic Model for Efficient Cloud Service Search and Retrieval. In W. Zimmerman, Y. W. Lee, & C. Reich (Eds.), Cloud Computing 2014: the Fifth International Conference on Cloud Computing, Grids and Virtualization, 6-11
As cloud services propagate along with the rapid development of cloud computing, issues raised in service selection and retrieval processes become increasingly critical. While...

A universal character model and ontology of defined terms for taxonomic description.

Conference Proceeding
Paterson, T., Kennedy, J., Pullan, M. R., Cannon, A., Armstrong, K. E., Watson, M. F., …Russell, G. (2004)
A universal character model and ontology of defined terms for taxonomic description. In E. Rahm (Ed.), Proceedings of Data Integration in the Life Sciences (DILS), 63-78
Taxonomists classify biological specimens into groups (taxa) on the basis of similarities between their observed features (characters). The description of these characters is ...

A tabu search evolutionary algorithm for solving constraint satisfaction problems.

Conference Proceeding
Craenen, B. G. W., & Paechter, B. (2006)
A tabu search evolutionary algorithm for solving constraint satisfaction problems. In Parallel Problem Solving from Nature - PPSN IX. , (152-161). https://doi.org/10.1007/11844297_16
The paper introduces a hybrid Tabu Search-Evolutionary Algorithm for solving the constraint satisfaction problem, called STLEA. Extensive experimental fine-tuning of parameter...

Coordinated parallel views for the exploratory analysis of microarray time-course data.

Conference Proceeding
Craig, P., Kennedy, J., & Cumming, A. (2005)
Coordinated parallel views for the exploratory analysis of microarray time-course data. https://doi.org/10.1109/CMV.2005.5
Microarray time-course data relate to the recorded activity of thousands of genes, in parallel, over multiple discrete points in time during a biological process. Existing tec...

Controlling a simulated Khepera with an XCS classifier system with memory.

Conference Proceeding
Webb, A., Hart, E., Ross, P. & Lawson, A. (2003)
Controlling a simulated Khepera with an XCS classifier system with memory. ISBN 9783540200574
Autonomous agents commonly suffer from perceptual aliasing in which differing situations are perceived as identical by the robots sensors, yet require different courses of act...

Efficient Rasterization for Edge-based 3D Object Tracking on Mobile Devices

Conference Proceeding
Kissling, E., Mitchell, K., Oskam, T., & Gross, M. (2012)
Efficient Rasterization for Edge-based 3D Object Tracking on Mobile Devices. In SIGGRAPH Asia 2012 Technical Briefs, (12:1-12:4). https://doi.org/10.1145/2407746.2407758
Augmented reality applications on hand-held devices suffer from the limited available processing power. While methods to detect the location of artificially textured markers w...

Groups, adaptation, coordination, translation (GACT): digital genres and the organisational genome

Conference Proceeding
Davenport, E. (1999)
Groups, adaptation, coordination, translation (GACT): digital genres and the organisational genome. In System Sciences, 1999. HICSS-32. Proceedings of the 32nd Annual Hawaii International Conference, 1-12. https://doi.org/10.1109/HICSS.1999.772682
Research agendas in different disciplines have addressed ways in which groups adapt to their environments, coordinate interactions and translate such activities into practices...

An ethnographical orientated study of designers in a collaborative design project.

Conference Proceeding
Joel, S., Smyth, M., & Rodgers, P. (2004)
An ethnographical orientated study of designers in a collaborative design project. In Studying Designers '05, 307-322
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