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Fifty Years of Candidate Pulsar Selection - What next?

R. J. Lyon
2017 Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union  
Yet in recent years technological advances have permitted the proliferation of pulsar-like candidates, straining our candidate selection capabilities, and ultimately reducing selection accuracy.  ...  Whilst these have achieved success, candidate volumes continue to increase, and our methods have to evolve to keep pace with the change. This talk considers how to meet this challenge as a community.  ...  To † Readers interested in a full review of the history of candidate selection, should refer to Lyon (2016) and Lyon et al. (2016) . Years of Candidate Pulsar Selection -What next?  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1743921317007682 fatcat:73m6pitcsrf55dyo2c22b6tw3m

Next generation knowledge management

J. Davies, R. Studer, Y. Sure, P. W. Warren
2005 BT technology journal  
Meta-data and associated ontologies then allows more intelligent software systems to be written, automating the analysis and exploitation of Web-based information.  ...  The next generation of the Web, dubbed the 'Semantic Web', will extend the Web's capability through the increased availability machine-processable information.  ...  The authors would like to acknowledge the input of their colleagues in the project.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10550-005-0040-3 fatcat:f2tkex6hlfeerjpcs3y734i3ee

Towards Next Generation Rubrics: An Automated Assignment Feedback System

Nilupulee Nathawitharana, Qing Huang, Kok-Leong Ong, Peter Vitartas, Madhura Jayaratne, Damminda Alahakoon, Sarah Midford, Aleks Michalewicz, Gillian Sullivan Mort, Tanvir Ahmed
2017 Australasian Journal of Information Systems  
The tool was designed to provide students with timely feedback on their initial assignment drafts, for revision and further improvement.  ...  The paper provides details on the methodology used for development of the software, and presents the results obtained from the analysis of text-based assignments submitted in two subjects.  ...  They would also like to acknowledge the assistance of James Heath in research assistance associated with this work.  ... 
doi:10.3127/ajis.v21i0.1553 fatcat:zfrhgo5qvbfsrf47yk5urpicg4

Towards the next generation of exergames: Flexible and personalised assessment-based identification of tennis swings [article]

Boris Bačić
2018 arXiv   pre-print
The presented solution is able to learn from a small dataset and capture two subjective swing-technique assessment criteria from a coach.  ...  Current exergaming sensors and inertial systems attached to sports equipment or the human body can provide quantitative information about the movement or impact e.g. with the ball.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The author wishes to thank Prof. Ian Nabney and Dr. Christopher Bishop for sharing and updating their source code for Netlab and RBF for the past two decades.  ... 
arXiv:1804.06948v2 fatcat:7sd3lijxnzbetkb5gn4dkqcxsa

Next generation IEEE 802.11 Wireless Local Area Networks: Current status, future directions and open challenges

Boris Bellalta, Luciano Bononi, Raffaele Bruno, Andreas Kassler
2016 Computer Communications  
In contrast to other IEEE 802.11 surveys, this is a use case oriented study. Specifically, we first describe the three key scenarios in which next-generation WLANs will have to operate.  ...  Finally, we review emerging trends that can influence the design of future WLANs, with special focus on software-defined MACs and the internet-working with cellular systems.  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to thank the anonymous reviewers for their insightful comments on the paper, as these comments led us to an improvement of the work.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.comcom.2015.10.007 fatcat:fqyw73iqbbfmvcpyawnkfkakt4

Towards the Next Generation of Risk-Based Asset Management Tools [chapter]

Paul B. Sayers, Mike J. Wallis, Jonathan D. Simm, Greg Baxter, Tony Andryszewski
2010 Flood Risk Science and Management  
act in concert to manage flood risk, allowing the advantages of one action to compensate for disadvantages of another).  ...  This paper explores the state-of-the-art in assessing the performance of individual assets and asset systems. It provides a discussion of reliability analysis and system-based risk analysis tools.  ...  Sixth Framework Programme through the grant to the budget of the Integrated Project FLOODsite, Contract GOCE-CT-2004-505420 and the Flood Risk Management Research consortium funded by the UK Engineering  ... 
doi:10.1002/9781444324846.ch15 fatcat:dzvjcsxtsvbf7dv3r4dhfgtmou

NGSeasy: a next generation sequencing pipeline in Docker containers

Amos A Folarin, Richard JB Dobson, Stephen J Newhouse
2015 F1000Research  
Our aim is to define a new paradigm and best practices for developing, distributing and running pipelines encapsulated in Docker containers (lightweight virtualization), with a focus on next generation  ...  We present a basic "proof of concept" evaluation of a next generation sequencing pipeline in Docker containers, capable of producing meaningful results, that are comparable with public and "best practice  ...  More work is needed to speed up and improve library preparation, sequencing machine run times and solutions for variant annotation, prioritisation and clinical reporting.  ... 
doi:10.12688/f1000research.7104.1 fatcat:r4uiuwfi5vgolbzqvmwe3easpi

A study of the bi-objective next release problem

Juan J. Durillo, Yuanyuan Zhang, Enrique Alba, Mark Harman, Antonio J. Nebro
2010 Empirical Software Engineering  
One important issue addressed by software companies is to determine which features should be included in the next release of their products, in such a way that the highest possible number of customers  ...  In this work, we apply three state-of-the-art multi-objective metaheuristics (two genetic algorithms, NSGA-II and MOCell, and one evolutionary strategy, PAES) for solving NRP.  ...  Mark Harman is partly supported by EPSRC grants EP/G060525 (CREST: Centre for Research on Evolution, Search and Testing, Platform Grant), and EP/D050863 (SEBASE: Software Engineering By Automated SEarch  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10664-010-9147-3 fatcat:lp7fge4dkzgfvii3zhugqrciui

Leadership and Effectiveness of Incubation of Start-Ups: Research Scheme for Next Generation Stage Gate

Joanna Holub-Iwan, Teresa Kupczyk, Grzegorz Debita, Piotr Rupa
The aim of the article is also to show how start-up activities should be modified at all stages of the process and what role system gates could play in order to incubate start-ups more effectively, but  ...  Purpose: The aim of the article is to develop and propose a modernised Agile Development tool of the Stage Gate Model, i.e., the NaxGen Stage Gate System model, for use in start-up projects.  ...  The effects cover a wide range of benefits, which are: • Better concentration and prioritisation. • Increased team morale. • Better process and method matching. • Increased productivity. • Improved communication  ... 
doi:10.35808/ersj/2628 fatcat:3zrtpzsobrgopcrgr3zum5f2ia

Accessibility 2.0: Next Steps for Web Accessibility

Brian Kelly, David Sloan, Stephen Brown, Jane Seale, Patrick Lauke, Simon Ball, Stuart Smith
2009 Journal of Access Services  
processes and which includes all stakeholders in the process of maximising accessibility.  ...  The paper describes work which has informed the ideas in this paper and plans for further work, including an approach to advocacy and education which coins the "Accessibility 2.0" term to describe a renewed  ...  environment and Smith selected three: 1.  ... 
doi:10.1080/15367960802301028 fatcat:yxzkwz55bvh4joxrr5bvcsw3bi

You say you want a revolution: the next stage of public sector reform in New Zealand

Peter Hughes, James Smart
2012 Policy Quarterly  
That process made New Zealand a world leader in public management. Despite this, it remains difficult to gain traction on some of the most complex problems in society.  ...  In order to continue the positive trend of the previous decades, the system must evolve to appreciate the importance of outcomes and effectiveness.  ...  The Next Stage of Public Sector Reform in New Zealand However, patronage tended to be limited to lower levels of the New Zealand public service, such as in the Post Office and Railways, and was not  ... 
doi:10.26686/pq.v8i1.4408 fatcat:g7yj66mtnndzrjcu6x2j2pcra4

Bricolage and Growth Hacking: Two Smart Concepts of Creating a Business Lacking Resources [chapter]

Thomas Baaken, Liguang Liu, Lea Lapornik
2021 Next Generation Entrepreneurship [Working Title]  
Thus, the two concepts are complementing each other by dedication to two different stages of a start-up process.  ...  Bricolage for creating the start-up and Growth Hacking for getting it successfully to the market and make it grow sustainably.  ...  13 Bricolage and Growth Hacking: Two Smart Concepts of Creating a Business Lacking Resources DOI:  ... 
doi:10.5772/intechopen.99391 fatcat:sv7y26gm5zhijjrh5bzq4dlpf4

Regulating next generation broadband

Ross Kelso
2008 Telecommunications Journal of Australia  
From the research problem comes the selection of the case or cases to study -but how many cases should there be and on what criteria should they be selected?  ...  Above all, case selection must be done so as to maximise what can be learned, in the period of time available for the study.  ... 
doi:10.2104/tja08007 fatcat:lrzba6vfdfdhjfkqdrry4quhoa

Robust Building Data: A Driver for Policy Development [chapter]

Sophie Shnapp
2014 World Sustainable Energy Days Next 2014  
We would like to thank the following experts who played a part in helping us understand the situation of his or her respective region:  ...  The information and data gathered was sourced directly from experts and modellers from the four GBPN regions.  ...  What can GBPN do to improve data collection?  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-658-04355-1_1 fatcat:vstaanjfjrcy5fyrbfjrllk634

Converged Wireless Networking and Optimization for Next Generation Services

J Rodriguez, V Monteiro, A Gomes, Marco Di Renzo, Jesús Alonso-Zárate, Christos Verikoukis, Ainara Gonzalez, Oscar Lázaro, Ahmet Akan, Julian Pérez Vila, George Kormentzas, David Boixade (+1 others)
2010 EURASIP Journal on Wireless Communications and Networking  
This paper provides an overview of the LOOP project and the key achievements that have been tunneled into first prototypes for showcasing next generation services for operators and process manufacturers  ...  The LOOP project, a EUREKA-CELTIC driven initiative, is one piece in the jigsaw by helping European industry to sustain a leading role in telecommunications and manufacturing of high-value products and  ...  ) and also partially funded by the FP7 ICT-WHERE with contract no. 217033.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2010/924720 fatcat:2snej3zufjccfdwwswi7ubfn7e
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