Recent Submissions

  • Visual object tracking: The initialisation problem 

    De Ath, G; Everson, R (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 13 December 2018)
    Model initialisation is an important component of object tracking. Tracking algorithms are generally provided with the first frame of a sequence and a bounding box (BB) indicating the location of the object. This BB may ...
  • Development and verification of cooperative adaptive cruise control via LTE-V 

    Wang, P; Chen, Y; Wang, C; et al. (Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET), 10 April 2019)
    In this paper, we present a testbed platform for realizing cooperative adaptive cruise control (CACC) enabled by LTE-V (LTE-vehicle). The platform is developed on a platoon of vehicles, each of which is equipped with a ...
  • Discontinuous Reception for Multiple-Beam Communication 

    Liu, D; Wang, C; Rasmussen, LK (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 9 April 2019)
    Discontinuous reception (DRX) techniques have successfully been proposed for energy savings in 4G radio access systems, which are deployed on legacy 2GHz spectrum bands with signal features of omni-directional propagation. ...
  • Analysing heuristic subsequences for offline hyper-heuristic learning 

    Yates, W; Keedwell, EC (GECCO, 13 July 2019)
    The paper explores the impact of sequences of search operationson the performance of an optimiser through the use of log returnsand a database of sequences. The study demonstrates that althoughthe performance of individual ...
  • Privacy-preserving data search with fine-grained dynamic search right management in fog-assisted Internet of Things 

    Zhou, R; Zhang, X; Wang, X; et al. (Elsevier, 2 April 2019)
    Fog computing, as an assisted method for cloud computing, collects Internet of Things (IoT) data to multiple fog nodes on the edge of IoT and outsources them to the cloud for data search, and it reduces the computation ...

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