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Computing and mathematics are important for changing the world as well as dealing with a changing world. Many of the major problems currently facing the planet, such as energy conservation, climate control, finding new drugs for disease, preventing identity theft and the criminal activity on the Internet, all rely on new ways to use computing and of finding new mathematical solutions to global problems.

The School of Computer and Mathematical Sciences has strong research interests in Applied Mathematics and Computer Science, especially Astronomy and Cosmology, Computational and Mathematical Finance, Distributed and Ad-hoc Networks, Mobile Systems, Computer Graphics and Game Programming.

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    Sinha, R; Dowdeswell, B; Vyatkin, V (IEEE, 2015)
    The IEC 61499 Function Block standard describes an architecture to support the development and reuse of software components for distributed and embedded industrial control and automation systems. Often distributed over ...
  • Air pollution and fog detection through vehicular sensors 

    Sallis, P; Dannheim, C (IEEE Xplore, 2015)
    We describe a method for the automatic recognition of air pollution and fog from a vehicle. Our system consists of sensors to acquire main data from cameras as well as from Light Detection and Recognition (LIDAR) instruments. ...
  • A smartphone-based post-disaster management mechanism using WiFi tethering 

    Ray, SK; Sinha, R; Ray, SK (IEEE, 2015)
    Natural disasters often cause the breakdown of the power grid in the affected areas hampering telecommunication services. In the absence of electrical power undamaged cellular base stations switch to battel") backup to ...
  • Comparison-based system-level fault diagnosis protocols for mobile ad-hoc networks: a survey 

    Jarrah, H; Sarkar, NI; Gutierrez, J (Elsevier, 2016)
    Fault diagnosis is crucial for the successful deployment and operation of mobile ad-hoc networks (MANETs). Comparison-based fault diagnosis is a practical approach to identify the status of nodes based on tasks they execute. ...
  • Model prior distribution for variable selection in linear regression models 

    Lee, J; Villa, C. (Cornell University Library, 2016)
    In this work we discuss a novel model prior probability for variable selection in linear regression. The idea is to determine the prior mass in an objective sense, by considering the worth of each of the possible regression ...
  • Non-informative reparameterisations for location-scale mixtures 

    Lee, J; Kamary, K; Robert, CP (Cornell University Library, 2016)
    While mixtures of Gaussian distributions have been studied for more than a century (Pearson, 1894), the construction of a reference Bayesian analysis of those models still remains unsolved, with a general prohibition of ...
  • Use of ensembles of Fourier spectra in capturing recurrent concepts in data streams 

    Sripirikas, S; Pears, RL (IEEE, 2015)
    In this research, we apply ensembles of Fourier encoded spectra to capture and mine recurring concepts in a data stream environment. Previous research showed that compact versions of Decision Trees can be obtained by ...
  • Measuring cascade effects in interdependent networks by using effective graph resistance 

    Tauch, S; Liu, W; Pears, R (IEEE, 2015)
    Understanding the correlation between the underlie network structure and overlay cascade effects in the interdependent networks is one of major challenges in complex network studies. There are some existing metrics that ...
  • Sentiment lexicon construction using SentiWordNet 3.0 

    Whalley, J; Medagoda, N (ICNC'15-FSKD'15, School of Information Science and Engineering, Hunan University, China, 2015)
    Opinion mining and sentiment analysis have become popular in linguistic resource rich languages. Opinions for such analysis are drawn from many forms of freely available online/electronic sources, such as websites, blogs, ...
  • How (not) to write an introductory programming exam 

    SImon; Sheard, J; D'Souza, D; Lopez, M; Luxton-Reilly, A; Putro, IH; Robbins, P; Teague, D; Whalley, JL (Australian Computer Society, Inc., 2015)
    The computing education literature shows some recent interest in assessment in introductory programming, with papers analysing final examinations and other papers proposing small sets of examination questions that might ...
  • Localisation in water wave and thin plate problems 

    Rupprecht, S; Peter, M; Bennetts, L; Chung, H (The International Workshop on Water Waves and Floating Bodies (IWWWFB), 2015)
    Simulations obtained for water waves over rough seabed and waves in rough in vacuo plate. Attenuation rates of effective and individual wave fields extracted, compared and found to differ.
  • Interaction history based answer formulation for question answering 

    Perera, R; Nand, P (Springer, 2014)
    With the rapid growth in information access methodologies, question answering has drawn considerable attention among others. Though question answering has emerged as an interesting new research domain, still it is vastly ...
  • RealText-cs - Corpus based domain independent Content Selection model 

    Perera, R; Nand, P (IEEE, 2014)
    Content selection is a highly domain dependent task responsible for retrieving relevant information from a knowledge source using a given communicative goal. This paper presents a domain independent content selection model ...
  • A multi-strategy approach for location mining in Tweets: AUT NLP Group entry for ALTA-2014 shared task 

    Nand, P; Perera, R; Lingmin, H (Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL), 2014)
    This paper describes the strategy and the results of a location mining system used for the ALTA-2014 shared task competition. The task required the participants to identify the location mentions in 1003 Twitter test messages ...
  • Disaster e-Health: a new paradigm for collaborative healthcare in disasters 

    Parry, D; Norris, A; Madanian, S; Martinez,, S; Labaka, L; Gonzalez, JJ (Centre for Integrated Emergency Management, the University of Agder, 2015)
    Disaster management and disaster medicine are well-established disciplines for responding to disasters and providing care for individuals whose health and wellbeing has been affected. However, these disciplines have ...
  • Vibration reduction in lightweight floor/ceiling systems with a sand-sawdust damping layer 

    Chung, H; Emms, G (The Australian Acoustical Society, 2014)
    This paper shows how to use a mathematical model to predict the vibration of lightweight timber-framed floor/ceiling systems (LTFSs) caused by mechanical excitation. The LTFS considered here is made up of an upper floor ...
  • Provocative mathematics questions: drawing attention to a lack of attention 

    Klymchuk, S (Oxford University Press, 2015)
    The article investigates the role of attention in the reflective thinking of school mathematics teachers. It analyses teachers’ ability to pay attention to detail and use their mathematical knowledge. The vast majority ...
  • Effective versus individual waves for water wave and thin plate problems 

    Chung, H; Rupperecht, S; Peter, M; Bennetts, L (Department of Mathematics at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), 2015)
    Numerical results are presented to show that, for small-amplitude roughness, individual wave elevations attenuate at a far slower rate than the corresponding e ective wave elevation for both ocean waves travelling over a ...
  • Importance sampling schemes for evidence approximation in mixture models 

    Lee, J (International Society for Bayesian Analysis, 2015)
    The marginal likelihood is a central tool for drawing Bayesian inference about the number of components in mixture models. It is often approximated since the exact form is unavailable. A bias in the approximation may be ...
  • Self-organising roles in agile globally distributed teams 

    Licorish, SA; MacDonell, SG (RMIT University, 2013)
    The ability to self-organise is posited to be a fundamental requirement for successful agile teams. In particular, self-organising teams are said to be crucial in agile globally distributed software development (AGSD) ...

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