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Private Cloud Computing Architectures

Daniel Olabanji, PhD A comprehensive review of Cloud computing architecture research shows that the architecture is mainly referring to public Cloud computing architecture in which terms such as on-premises and off-premises are used to differentiate between the two deployment model … Continue reading

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Framework for Minimizing Cloud Data Centre Energy Usage

Ogechukwu Okonor Cloud computing has emerged as an unbeatable technology in IT world. It is a model that enables commodious, ubiquitous use of search engine and on-demand access to a shared network pool of many computing resources through the internet … Continue reading

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Online Human In-Hand Manipulation Skill Recognition and Learning

Disi Chen This work intends to contribute to the development of recognition technologies in human in-hand manipulation skills. This work proposed a probabilistic framework for both human skill representation and high efficient recognition. Gaussian Mixture Model (GMM) as a probabilistic … Continue reading

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Complexity of Colourful Components Problems on k-caterpillars

Clement Dallard A connected component of a vertex-coloured graph is said to be colourful if all its vertices have different colours, and a graph is colourful if all its connected components are colourful. Given a vertex-coloured graph, the Colourful Components … Continue reading

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Minimising Cost of Inert Node Searching is Monotonous

Mani Ghahremani Graph searching can be regarded as the problem of defining a strategy to sweep/search a graph using a set of searchers with the aim of capturing a fugitive (equally a robber or intruder) while minimising various resources known … Continue reading

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Investigating the Challenges of Change Management and Knowledge Sharing in Organisations

Ojukwu Ijeoma The central focus of this research is to investigate the challenges of Change Management and Knowledge Sharing in organisations from an Information System (IS) perspective. Employees’ ways of work are constantly changing due to frequent innovation, evolving environment … Continue reading

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Short Term Intention and Context Aware Recommender System

Ramazan Esmeli Many e-commerce website shoppers can have very specific intentions when they visit the websites, many recommender system models are only depending on users’ historical data and use pre-trained models. However, these models may have drawbacks to adopt users’ … Continue reading

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Ensuring cyber physical security in the digital built environment

Emma Boakes, PhD Cyberspace and physical space are increasingly enmeshed, and the need to secure the digital-built environment and its assets has given rise to the concept of cyber-physical security. Cyber-physical security concerns vulnerabilities in cybersecurity that can be exploited … Continue reading

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A Data Mining Framework to Detect Issues of Assessment in Higher Education

Zainab Mutlaq Ibrahim, PhD A Data Mining Framework to Detect Issues of Assessment in Higher Education

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Fixed Parameter Tractable Algorithm for the Minimum Fill-In Problem with a Non-Trivial Parameter

Mani Ghahremani,  PhD student A chordless graph is described as a graph such that there exists at least a single induced cycle of size 4 or more vertices, where for any pair of vertices of this cycle, the only connection … Continue reading

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