DSpace Repository

Browsing by Title

Browsing by Title

Sort by: Order: Results:

  • CARLUCCI Lorenzo; CASE John; JAIN Sanjay; STEPHAN Frank (2004-11-24)
    U-shaped learning behaviour in cognitive development involves learning, unlearning and relearning. It occurs, for example, in learning irregular verbs. The prior cognitive science literature is occupied with how humans do ...
  • JAIN, Sanjay; LUO, Qinglong; SEMUKHIN, Pavel; STEPHAN, Frank (2009-02-02)
    In this paper we consider uncountable classes recognizable by omega-automata and investigate suitable learning paradigms for them. In particular, the counterparts of explanatory, vacillatory and behaviourally correct ...
  • ZHU, Ping; KHOO, Siau-Cheng (2005-01-26)
    The emphasis on code re-usability in component-based software development has resulted in degradation of system performance. Component specialization techniques have been proposed to overcome this problem. They mainly ...
  • TAY, Y. C.; DAI, Bingtian; WANG, Tao; SUN, Yang; LIN, Yong; LIN, Yuting (2010-12-17)
    This paper presents UpSizeR, a software that takes as input an empirical relational dataset D and a scale factor s, and generates a synthetic dataset e D' that is similar to D but s times its size. Such a tool can be useful ...
  • Chee Leong Chong; Cheng Hian Goh (1997-05-01)
    Abstract not available.
  • Bing Liu; Joxan JAFFER (1996-04-01)
    Rule-based systems have long been widely used for building expert systems to perform practical knowledge intensive tasks. One important issue that has not been addressed satisfactorily is the disjunction, and this significantly ...
  • Kia-Fock Loe; Loo-Nin Teow (1996-12-01)
    Abstract not available.
  • Henry Novianus PALIT (2001-08-01)
    A model of web caching is built in this paper. Web caching on the Internet can be broken down into some elements like various servers and terminal. Further, cach element can be divided into some components. The paper ...
  • Hui Wu; Wei-Ngan Chin (1997-08-01)
    Abstract not available.
  • Hui WU; Wei-Ngan CHIN (1996-08-01)
    Abstract not available.
  • CARLUCCI, Lorenzo; JAIN, Sanjay; KINBER, Efim; STEPHAN, Frank (2005-08-02)
    The paper deals with the following problem: is returning to wrong conjectures necessary to achieve full power of learning? Returning to wrong conjectures complements the paradigm of U-shaped learning when a learner returns ...
  • MILEA, Narcisa Andreea; JIANG, Lingxiao; KHOO, Siau-Cheng (2014-03-28)
    Automated techniques have been proposed to either identify refactoring opportunities (i.e., code fragments that can, but have not yet been restructured in a program), or reconstruct historical refactoring (i.e., code ...
  • Ling T W; Lee M L (1992-02-01)
    Abstract not available.
  • CAI, Ruichu; TUNG, Anthony K. H.; ZHANG, Zhenjie; HAO, Zhifeng (2009-06-01)
    In previous studies, association rules have been proven to be useful in classification problems over high dimensional gene expression data. However, due to the nature of such datasets, it is often the case that millions ...
  • TANG, Ruiming; SHAO, Dongxu; BRESSAN, Stephane; VALDURIEZ, Patrick (2013-04-16)
    In most data markets, prices are prescribed and accuracy is determined by the data. Instead, we consider a model in which accuracy can be traded for discounted prices: \what you pay for is what you get". The data market ...
  • BALIGA, Ganesh; CASE, John; MERKLE, Wolfgang; STEPHAN, Frank; WIEHAGEN, Rolf (2006-05-04)
    Overregularization seen in child language learning, for example, verb tense constructs, involves abandoning correct behaviours for incorrect ones and later reverting to correct behaviours. Quite a number of other child ...
  • Kenny Zhuo Ming LU; Martin SULZMANN (2004-09-01)
    We introduce an extension of Haskell baptized XHaskell with regular expression types, regular expression pattern matching and semantic subtyping in style of XDuce. The basic idea behind our approach is to make use of ...
  • Stephane BRESSAN; Gillian DOBBIE; Zoe LACROIX; Mong Li LEE; Ying Guang LI; Ullas NAMBIAR; Bimlesh WADHWA (2001-06-01)
    If XML is to play the critical role of the lingua franca for Internet data interchange that many predict, it is necessary to start designing and adopting benchmarks allowing the comparative performance analysis of the tools ...
  • Zhuo CHEN; Tok Wang LING; Mengchi LIU; Gillian DOBBIE (2005-01-11)
    XML is becoming prevalent in data presentation and data exchange on the internet. One important issue in the XML research community is how to query XML documents to extract and restructure information. Currently, XQuery ...
  • J. SUN; J. S. DONG; J. LIU; H. WANG (2001-01-01)
    Recent effort and success in formal methods have been concentrated on building 'heavy' tools support, such as theorem provers and model checkers. Although those tools are essential and important for applications of formal ...

Search DSpace

Browse

My Account