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  • Design of a graphical framework for simple prototyping of pluvial flooding cellular automata algorithms 

    Guidolin, Michele; Duncan, Andrew; Keedwell, Edward; Chen, Albert S.; Djordjevic, Slobodan; Savic, Dragan (Centre for Water Systems, University of Exeter, 2011)
    Cellular automata (CA) algorithms can be used for quickly describing models of complex systems using simple rules. CADDIES is a new EPSRC and industry-sponsored project that aims to use the computational speed of CA ...
  • Enabling dominance resistance in visualisable distance-based many-objective problems 

    Fieldsend, Jonathan E. (Association for Computing Machinery Special Interest Group on Genetic and Evolutionary Computation (SIGEVO), 2016-07)
    The results when optimising most multi- and many-objective problems are difficult to visualise, often requiring sophisticated approaches for compressing information into planar or 3D representations, which can be difficult ...
  • How clumpy is my image? Evaluating crowdsourced annotation tasks 

    Hutt, H; Everson, R; Grant, M; Love, J; Littlejohn, G (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2013)
    The use of citizen science to obtain annotations from multiple annotators has been shown to be an effective method for annotating datasets in which computational methods alone are not feasible. The way in which the annotations ...
  • Impact of different cloud deployments on real-time video applications for mobile cloud users 

    Khan, A; Wang, Q; Luo, C; Wang, X; Grecos, C (Society of Photo-optical Instrumentation Engineers (SPIE), 2015-02-27)
    The latest trend to access mobile cloud services through wireless network connectivity has amplified globally among both entrepreneurs and home end users. Although existing public cloud service vendors such as Google, ...
  • The Ontology of States, Processes, and Events 

    Galton, AP (Keio University Open Research Centre for Logic and Formal Ontology, 2012)
    This paper presents a new view of the relationship between states, processes and events. Instead of trying to treat them as entities all on a similar footing, as most previous authors have done, we regard processes as ...
  • Performance evaluation of information-centric networking for multimedia services 

    Wang, H; Min, G; Hu, J; Miao, W; Georgalas, N (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2016-05-18)
    The rapid development in multimedia services has shifted the major function of the current Internet from host-centric communication to service-oriented content dissemination. Motivated by this significant change, ...
  • A scalable genome representation for neural-symbolic networks 

    Townsend, J; Galton, A; Keedwell, E (The Society for the Study of Artificial Intelligence and Simulation of Behaviour (AISB), 2012-12-01)
    Neural networks that are capable of representing symbolic information such as logic programs are said to be neural-symbolic. Because the human mind is composed of interconnected neurons and is capable of storing and ...
  • Sign Spotting using Hierarchical Sequential Patterns with Temporal Intervals 

    Ong, EJ; Koller, O; Pugeault, N; Bowden, R (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2014-06)
    This paper tackles the problem of spotting a set of signs occuring in videos with sequences of signs. To achieve this, we propose to model the spatio-temporal signatures of a sign using an extension of sequential patterns ...
  • States, Processes and Events, and the Ontology of Causal Relations 

    Galton, AP (IOS Press, 2012)
    The subject of causality is large, and fraught with difficulties. In this paper, we concentrate on two aspects which are of importance when we seek to handle causality from an ontological point of view, The first concerns ...