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  • Clock Synchronization for Multi-hop Ad hoc Networks 

    O'Connor, Neil (Trinity College Dublin. Department of Computer Science, 2003-09)
    Clock syncronization is one of the basic requirements of a distributed real-time systems. The greater the precision achievable by the clock synchronization algorithm used, the harder the real-time guarantees that can be ...
  • Code Generation with ?Visual Modeller? 

    Fillatre, Patrick (Trinity College Dublin, Department of Computer Science, 1997)
    ?Visual Modeller? is a CASE tool that permits end-users to model business processes, using the associated method ?Visual Modelling?. It is also able to generate the database and a ?front-end? application from this model. ...
  • The Cognitive Processes Underlying Complex Analogies: Theoretical and Empirical Advances 

    Keane, Mark T. (Trinity College Dublin, Department of Computer Science, 1993-10)
    The psychological investigation of complex analogies (like the solar system / atom analogy) began in the late 1970s and in the intervening period has grown into a prototypical, area of Cognitive Science research. During ...
  • Collaborative Ad-hoc Applications 

    O'Connell, Paul (Trinity College Dublin. Department of Computer Science, 2000-09)
    The proliferation of mobile hand-held devises and the development of ad-hoc networking technologies has opened the possibility for users of these devises to partake in collaborative applications with other mobile users. ...
  • A Comparison of Ensemble and Case-Base Maintenance Techniques for Handling Concept Drift in Spam Filtering 

    Delany, Sarah Jane; Cunningham, Padraig; Tsymbal, Alexey (Trinity College Dublin, Department of Computer Science, 2005)
    The problem of concept drift has recently received considerable attention in machine learning research. One important practical problem where concept drift needs to be addressed is spam filtering. The literature on ...
  • A Comparison of Incremental Case-Based Reasoning and Inductive Learning 

    Smyth, Barry; Cunningham, Padraig (Trinity College Dublin, Department of Computer Science, 1994-11)
    This paper focuses on problems where the reuse of old solutions seems appropriate but the conventional CBR methodology is not adequate because a complete description of the new problem is not available to trigger ...
  • A Comparison of Model-Based and Incremental Case-Based Approaches to Electronic Fault Diagnosis 

    Cunningham, Padraig; Smyth, Barry (Trinity College Dublin, Department of Computer Science, 1994-12)
    CBR seems well suited to fault diagnosis because diagnostic episodes naturally form cases and much of expert competence seems to be based on reuse of old solutions. However, in many diagnosis problems it is difficult ...
  • Complexity of Adaptation in Real-World Case-Based Reasoning Systems 

    Smyth, Barry; Cunningham, Padraig (Trinity College Dublin, Department of Computer Science, 1993-09)
    The essence of Case-Based Reasoning (CBR) as a problem solving paradigm is that solutions are generated by adapting the solutions of similar problems rather than solving the problem from first principles. In this paper ...
  • Concept Discovery in Collaborative Recommender Systems 

    Clerkin, Patrick; Cunningham, Padraig; Hayes, Conor (Trinity College Dublin, Department of Computer Science, 2003-09-06)
    There are two main types of recommender systems for e-commerce applications: content-based systems and automated collaborative filtering systems. We are interested in combining the best features of both approaches. In ...
  • Conceptual Scoffolding: A Spatially-founded Meaning Representation for Metaphor Comprehension 

    Veale, Tony; Keane, Mark T. (Trinity College Dublin, Department of Computer Science, 1992-04)
    Once viewed as a rhetorical and superficial language phenomenon, metaphor is now recognized to serve a fundamental role in our conceptual structuring and language comprehension processes. In particular, it is argued that ...
  • Consistency Maintenance Framework For Collaborative Software Modeling Tools 

    Lozano, Marta (Trinity College Dublin. Department of Computer Science, 2003-09)
    The globalization of companies and business, and the improvements in communication and computing have lead to the need of new models of collaborative work. Real-time collaborative editing systems are included in the field ...
  • Constraints on Analogical Mapping: A Comparison of Three Models 

    Keane, Mark T. (Trinity College Dublin, Department of Computer Science, 1993-10)
    Three theories of analogy have been proposed which are supported by computational models and data from experiments on human analogical abilities. In this paper, we show how these theories can be unified within a common ...
  • Context Awareness in Mobile Phone Based Applications Using Bluetooth 

    Munnelly, Jennifer (Trinity College Dublin. Department of Computer Science, 2005-09)
    Mobile phones have become the communication medium of choice. They have evolved into a multifaceted device capable of data services and multimedia applications in addition to their voice capabilities. Mobile phone ...
  • Context Boosting Collaborative Recommendations 

    Hayes, Conor; Cunningham, Padraig (Trinity College Dublin, Department of Computer Science, 2003-06-13)
    This paper describes the operation of and research behind a networked application for the delivery of personalised streams of music at Trinity College Dublin. Smart Radio is a web based client-server application that uses ...
  • Context-Aware Aspects 

    Bergel, Alexandre (Trinity College Dublin, Department of Computer Science, 2006)
    Context-aware applications behave differently depending on the context in which they are running. Since context-specific behaviour tends to crosscut base programs, it can advantageously be implemented as aspects. This ...
  • CORBA based Middleware for Cooperating Mobile Robots 

    Ryan, Colin (Trinity College Dublin. Department of Computer Science, 2000-09)
    An embedded system is an autonomous information processing system that determines or controls to a large extent the behaviour of a larger system. The proliferation of embedded systems applications is increasing daily, ...
  • Corba Middleware for a Palm Operating System 

    Connolly, Mary (Trinity College Dublin. Department of Computer Science, 2001-09)
    Typically, Computer Networks are heterogeneous and therefore require special middleware applications in order to enable communication across their diverse platforms. Middleware applications make the task of writing ...
  • Cryptographic Access Control for a Network File System 

    Harrington, Anthony (2001-09)
    The rapid growth of mobile computing and the deployment of large distributed systems which span multiple administrative domains has created new challenges for security systems. Changing usage patterns and the physical ...
  • CryptosFS: Fast Cryptographic Secure NFS 

    O'Shanahan, Declan (Trinity College Dublin. Department of Computer Science, 2000-09)
    The issue of security in file-systems is as relevant today as when the first file system was developed. Current file system implementations rely heavily on centralised security mechanisms such as access control lists. ...