Paterson, T., Cannon, A., Raguenaud, C., Russell, G., Armstrong, K. E., MacDonald, S. M., …Kennedy, J. (2003). A methodology for composing well-defined character descriptions
Taxonomy has been described as “the science of documenting biodiversity”, which involves collecting, naming, describing, identifying and classifying specimens of organisms (Ke...
Russell, G., Barclay, P. J., & Kennedy, J. (1998). Odmg C++ api: an implementation viewpoint
Cumming, A., & Russell, G. (2007). SQL Hacks. Tips and tools for digging into your data. O'Reilly
...SQL Hacks reveals the secrets that database experts use to dig through their data and get the answers they need. It includes 100 hacks for sorting, sifting, shuffling, and ...
Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council
Taxonomy has been described as “the science of documenting biodiversity”, which involves collecting, naming, describing, identifying and classifying specimens of organisms. Descriptions are the fundam...
Russell, G. & Cockshott, W. P. (1992). Architectures for persistence. Microprocessors and Microsystems. 17, 117-130. doi:10.1016/0141-9331(93)90042-6. ISSN 0141-9331
Persistent object oriented architectures have been researched for many years, deriving initially from the Manchester University Atlas machine. In reality, however, few actual ...
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 ...
MacDonald, S. M., Raguenaud, C., Pullan, M. R., Kennedy, J., Russell, G., & Watson, M. F. The Prometheus II Description Model: an objective approach to representing taxonomic descriptions
A model for improving the storage and communication of plant descriptions is presented. The model is flexible and yet reduces the ambiguity often present in text descriptions....
Kalganova, T., Russell, G., & Cumming, A. (1999). Multiple traffic signal control using a genetic algorithm. In A. Dobnikar, N. C. Steele, D. W. Pearson, & R. F. Albrecht (Eds.), Artificial Neural Nets and Genetic Algorithms, 220-228. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-7091-6384-9_38
Optimising traffic signal timings for a multiple-junction road network is a difficult but important problem. The essential difficulty of this problem is that the traffic signa...
Bate, M., Cowie, A., Milne, G., & Russell, G. (1994). Process algebras and the rapid simulation of highly concurrent systems. In Proceedings of the 18th Australasian Computer Science Conference, 21-31
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Russell, G. (1992). Lightweight threads for portable software. In Proceedings of the UKUUG/SUKUG