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  • Mining user models for effective adaptation of context-aware applications 

    CLARKE, SIOBHAN (IEEE, 2007)
    Current context-aware adaptation techniques are limited in their support for user personalisation. Complex codebases, a reliance on developer modification and an inability to automatically learn from user interactions ...
  • A model curriculum for aspect-oriented software development 

    CLARKE, SIOBHAN (IEEE, 2006)
    As new software engineering techniques emerge, there's a cognitive shift in how developers approach a problem's analysis and how they design and implement its software-based solution. Future software engineers must be ...
  • Probabilistic Discovery of Semantically Diverse Content in MANETs 

    CLARKE, SIOBHAN; SINGH, KULPREET (IEEE, 2009)
    Mobile ad hoc networks rely on the opportunistic interaction of autonomous nodes to form networks without the use of infrastructure. Given the radically decentralized nature of such networks, their potential for autonomous ...
  • Proximity groups for mobile Ad Hoc networks 

    CAHILL, VINNY; CLARKE, SIOBHAN (2002)
    With the developments in the field of wireless ad-hoc networks combined with low-cost communication and computational devices, pervasive environments are closer to reality than ever. As such environments become more ...
  • Proximity-Based Service Discovery in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks 

    CLARKE, SIOBHAN; CAHILL, VINNY; MEIER, RENE (Springer-Verlag, 2005)
    Existing approaches to service discovery have been developed primarily for environments with a fixed network backbone and typically rely on centralized components being accessible to potential service clients at any ...
  • Route Generation for Adaptable Trails-Based Applications 

    CLARKE, SIOBHAN; LINEHAN, EAMONN (2005)
  • Separation of distributed real-time embedded concerns with theme/UML 

    CLARKE, SIOBHAN; CAHILL, VINNY (IEEE, 2008)
    Model-driven engineering (MDE) addresses platform complexity issues by abstracting platformindependent models for subsequent transformation to platform-specific models. This facilitates the design of a single system model ...
  • Supporting Context-Awareness: A Taxonomic Review 

    CLARKE, SIOBHAN; LINEHAN, EAMONN (2008)
    Context-aware applications realise the vision of ubiquitous computing by utilising information gathered from their environment to automatically adapt behaviour. To support the development of such applications, researchers ...
  • Theme: an approach for aspect-oriented analysis and design 

    CLARKE, SIOBHAN (IEEE, 2004)
    Aspects are behaviours that are tangled and scattered across a system. In requirements documentation, aspects manifest themselves as descriptions of behaviours that are intertwined, and woven throughout. Some aspects may ...
  • Towards self-organising global supply chains in the internet of things 

    CLARKE, SIOBHAN; CUNNINGHAM, RAYMOND; SENART, ALINE; CAHILL, VINNY (IEEE, 2007)
    Current supply chain management software architectures, although distributed, typically put decision making and con- trol at the centre of the network. Such architectures do not scale well with increasing complexity, ...
  • Using Specification Models for RunTime Adaptations 

    CLARKE, SIOBHAN (2009)
    For a myriad of reasons, modern applications face constant change to their requirements and working environment, requiring them to adapt accordingly. Increasingly, such adaptation is even required dur- ing runtime. In ...