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  • Counsell, Mike; Barnes, David Preston (2003)
    Teleoperations in hazardous environments are often hampered by the lack of available information regarding the state of the remote robotic device. Typically, ideal camera placements are not possible, and an operator is ...
  • Counsell, Mike; Barnes, David Preston (2003)
    Teleoperations in hazardous environments are often hampered by the lack of available information regarding the state of the remote robotic device. Typically, ideal camera placements are not possible, and an operator is ...
  • Neal, Mark (IEEE, 2006-04)
    A design for a sailing robot capable of holding station in a variety of wind and sea conditions is described. Results from experiments with an autonomously controlled small-scale prototype on a lake are also presented. The ...
  • Neal, Mark (2006-04)
    A design for a sailing robot capable of holding station in a variety of wind and sea conditions is described. Results from experiments with an autonomously controlled small-scale prototype on a lake are also presented. The ...
  • Eckerdal, Anna; Zander, Carol; Thomas, Lynda (2011-07-15)
    Transformational biographies are used to shed light on situations when students have experienced 'surprise.' These biographies are examined in light of a philosophical position that surprise is useful in engendering learning, ...
  • Eckerdal, Anna; Zander, Carol; Thomas, Lynda (2011-07-15)
    Transformational biographies are used to shed light on situations when students have experienced 'surprise.' These biographies are examined in light of a philosophical position that surprise is useful in engendering learning, ...
  • Snooke, Neal; Price, Chris (1998-11-23)
    This paper discusses the use of hierarchies of function in reasoning about automotive electrical systems. Such hierarchies enable more powerful reasoning for applications such as diagnosis, failure mode and effects analysis, ...
  • Snooke, Neal; Price, Chris (1998-11-23)
    This paper discusses the use of hierarchies of function in reasoning about automotive electrical systems. Such hierarchies enable more powerful reasoning for applications such as diagnosis, failure mode and effects analysis, ...
  • Clare, Amanda; Džeroski, Sašo; Struyf, Jan; Blockeel, Hendrik (2005)
    This paper investigates how predictive clustering trees can be used to predict gene function in the genome of the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae. We consider the MIPS FunCat classification scheme, in which each gene is ...
  • Chen, Chengyuan (Aberystwyth University, 2015)
    Fuzzy inference is an effective means for representing and handling vagueness and imprecision. As a particular type of fuzzy inference, fuzzy rule interpolation enhances the performance of the inference when a given ...
  • Karwath, Andreas; King, Ross Donald (2002-04-23)
    Background: The inference of homology between proteins is a key problem in molecular biology The current best approaches only identify ~50% of homologies (with a false positive rate set at 1/ 1000). Results: We present ...
  • Dee, Hannah Mary; Velastin, Sergio A. (2008-10-01)
    The problem of automated visual surveillance has spawned a lively research area, with 2005 seeing three conferences or workshops and special issues of two major journals devoted to the topic. These alone are responsible ...
  • Dee, Hannah Mary; Velastin, Sergio A. (2008-10-01)
    The problem of automated visual surveillance has spawned a lively research area, with 2005 seeing three conferences or workshops and special issues of two major journals devoted to the topic. These alone are responsible ...
  • Garrett, Simon Martin (2005)
    The field of Artificial Immune Systems (AIS) concerns the study and development of computationally interesting abstractions of the immune system. This survey tracks the development of AIS since its inception, and then ...
  • Garrett, Simon Martin (2005)
    The field of Artificial Immune Systems (AIS) concerns the study and development of computationally interesting abstractions of the immune system. This survey tracks the development of AIS since its inception, and then ...
  • Walker, Joanne Heather; Wilson, Myra Scott (MIT Press, 2002)
    This paper investigates a system that uses a genetic algorithm to train a robot for a generalised test environment, then an evolutionary strategy to investigate the effect of continuing the evolution as the robot progresses ...
  • Walker, Joanne Heather; Wilson, Myra Scott (MIT Press, 2002)
    This paper investigates a system that uses a genetic algorithm to train a robot for a generalised test environment, then an evolutionary strategy to investigate the effect of continuing the evolution as the robot progresses ...
  • Clare, Amanda; King, Ross Donald (2002)
    We wished to quantify the state-of-the-art of our understanding of clusters in microarray data. To do this we systematically compared the clusters produced on sets of microarray data using a representative set of clustering ...
  • Clare, Amanda; King, Ross Donald (2002)
    We wished to quantify the state-of-the-art of our understanding of clusters in microarray data. To do this we systematically compared the clusters produced on sets of microarray data using a representative set of clustering ...
  • Powers, Simon; He, Jun (2008-08-01)
    Network intrusion detection is the problem of detecting unauthorised use of, or access to, computer systems over a network. Two broad approaches exist to tackle this problem: anomaly detection and misuse detection. An ...

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