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  • Galea, Michelle; Shen, Qiang (Springer, 2006)
    An approach based on Ant Colony Optimisation for the induction of fuzzy rules is presented. Several Ant Colony Optimisation algorithms are run simultaneously, with each focusing on finding descriptive rules for a specific ...
  • Wilson, M. G. F.; Zwiggelaar, Reyer (1994)
    Changes in the degree of polarisation are described by a single Mueller matrix. Both the monochromatic and quasimonochromatic cases are discussed. The authors show how the propagating degree of polarisation depends on the ...
  • Barnes, David Preston; Hardy, Nigel; Lee, Mark; Orgill, C.; Sharpe, K. (1988)
  • Trianni, Vito; Tuci, Elio; Passino, Kevin M. (2011-03-01)
  • Zwiggelaar, Reyer; Wilson, M. G. F. (1993-10-01)
    Spectral changes in inhomogeneous media depending on the spatial coherence of the source can be described by a quasi-optical approach. Assuming a Gaussian-Schell model source the spectral changes are described by using a ...
  • Daly, Ronan; Aitken, Stuart; Shen, Qiang (2006)
    For some time, learning Bayesian networks has been both feasible and useful in many problems domains. Recently research has been done on learning equivalence classes of Bayesian networks, i.e. structures that capture all ...
  • Theile, Madeleine; Jansen, Thomas (2010-05)
    The modeling and analysis of large networks of autonomous agents is an important topic with applications in many different disciplines. One way of modeling the development of such networks is by means of an evolutionary ...
  • Lee, Mark; Meng, Qinggang; Chao, Fei (2007)
    Developmental psychology has long recognized the presence of stages in human cognitive development, although the underlying causes and processes are still an open question and subject to much debate. This article draws ...
  • Lee, Mark; Meng, Qinggang (IEEE, 2005)
    We describe an approach to sensory-motor learning and coordination that draws from psychology rather than neuroscience. The growth of the motor coordination is controlled through sequential lifting of constraints, which ...
  • King, Ross Donald; Toivonen, H.; Srinivasan, A.; Kramer, S.; Helma, C. (2003)
    Motivation: The development of in silico models to predict chemical carcinogenesis from molecular structure would help greatly to prevent environmentally caused cancers. The Predictive Toxicology Challenge (PTC) competition ...
  • Simon, B.; Thomas, Lynda; Fitzgerald, Sue (2005-10)
    How do beginning students approach problems which require them to read and understand code? We report on a Grounded Theory-based analysis of student transcripts from 12 institutions where students were asked to 'think ...
  • King, Ross Donald; Enot, David (2003)
  • Eckerdal, Anna; Sanders, Kate; Boustedt, Jonas; Thomas, Lynda; McCartney, Robert (2011-11-23)
    Research has shown that most learning in the workplace takes place outside of formal training and, given the swiftly changing nature of the field, computer science graduates more than most workers, need to be able to learn ...
  • Thomas, Lynda; Zander, Carol; Boustedt, Jonas; Mostrom, Jan Eric; Sanders, Kate; McCartney, Robert (2009-08)
    We examine the changes in the ways computing students view their field as they learn, as reported by the students themselves in short written biographies. In many ways, these changes result in students thinking and acting ...
  • Moström, J.; Thomas, Lynda; McCartney, R.; Boustedt, Jonas; Sanders, K.; Eckerdal, Anna (2008-03-15)
    In this paper, we present the results of an experiment in which we sought to elicit students' understanding of object-oriented (OO) concepts using concept maps. Our analysis confirmed earlier research indicating that ...
  • Rasmani, Khairul; Shen, Qiang (2004)
    Reasoning with fuzzy rule-based models has been widely applied to perform various real world classification tasks. The main advantage of this approach is that it supports inferences in the way people think and make judgements. ...
  • Rasmani, Khairul; Shen, Qiang (2005)
    The focus of this paper is the use of fuzzy approaches to classify student academic performance, which so far has not been performed satisfactorily by existing fuzzy techniques. Instead of using methods that solely rely ...
  • Lindon, John C.; Nicholson, Jeremy; Holmes, Elaine; Keun, Hector; Craig, Andrew; Pearce, Jake; Bruce, Stephen; Hardy, Nigel; Sansone, Susanna-Assunta; Antti, Henrick; Jonsson, Par; Daykin, Clare; Navarange, Mahendra; Beger, Richard; Verheij, Elwin R.; Amberg, Alexander; Baunsgaard, Dorrit; Cantor, Glenn; Lehman-McKeeman, Lois; Earll, Mark; Wold, Svante; Johansson, Erik; Haselden, John; Kramer, Kerstin; Thomas, Craig; Lindberg, Johann; Schuppe-Koistinen, Ina; Wilson, Ian; Reily, Michael; Robertson, Donald G.; Senn, Hans; Krotzky, Arno; Kochhar, Sunil; Powell, Jonathan; van der Ouderaa, Frans; Plumb, Robert; Schaefer, Hartmut; Spraul, Manfred (2005)
    The Standard Metabolic Reporting Structures (SMRS) working group outlines its vision for an open,community-driven specification for the standardization and reporting of metabolic studies.
  • Hardy, Nigel William; Nicholls, Howard; Rowland, Jeremy John (Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1993)
    This paper concerns a flexible assembly cell that uses transputers and high performance robotics. We describe our own contribution — the design and implementation of two major software components: the supervisor, which ...
  • Hardy, Nigel William; Rowland, Jeremy John; Nicholls, Howard (World Scientific, 1995-11-30)

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