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  • L2 and Linfinity Stability Analysis of Heterogeneous Traffic With Application to Parameter Optimization for the Control of Automated Vehicles 

    Bouroche, Melanie; Monteil, Julien; Leith, Douglas J. (2018)
    The presence of (partially) automated vehicles on the roads presents an opportunity to compensate the unstable behaviour of conventional vehicles. Vehicles subject to perturbations should (i) recover their equilibrium ...
  • L2 based Colour Correction for Light Field Arrays 

    Smolic, Aljosa; Grogan, Mairéad (2019)
    In recent years, there has been an increase in the popularity of Light Field (LF) imaging technology with the increase in availability of LF camera devices such as the Lytro, as well as an increase in the use of LF ...
  • Language and friendships: A co-evolution model of social and linguistic conventions 

    BACHWERK, MARTIN; VOGEL, CARL (World Scientific, 2012)
    Human social networks are dynamic, yet the majority of computational models of language evolution operate with either fixed or random interaction patterns between agents. This paper presents a model of lexicon formation ...
  • Language Model Co-occurrence Linking for Interleaved Activity Discovery 

    Kelleher, John (2020)
    As ubiquitous computer and sensor systems become abundant, the potential for automatic identification and tracking of human behaviours becomes all the more evident. Annotating complex human behaviour datasets to achieve ...
  • Language-independent aspect-oriented programming 

    CAHILL, VINNY (2003)
    The term aspect-oriented programming (AOP) has come to describe the set of programming mechanisms developed specifically to express crosscutting concerns. Since crosscutting concerns cannot be properly modularized within ...
  • A Late Fusion Approach to Cross-Lingual Document Re-ranking 

    ZHOU, DONG; WADE, VINCENT PATRICK; LAWLESS, SEAMUS (ACM, 2010)
    The field of information retrieval still strives to develop models which allow semantic information to be integrated in the ranking process to improve performance in comparison to standard bag- of-words based models. ...
  • Latent Ambiguity in Latent Semantic Analysis? 

    EMMS, MARTIN; MALDONADO GUERRA, ALFREDO (ScitePress, 2013)
  • LATTE: Location And Time Triggered Email 

    CLARKE, SIOBHAN; CAHILL, VINNY (2004)
    Computer users, especially mobile ones, have developed a significant dependency on electronic communication. Enhancing the capabilities of such communication by adding an awareness of context such as location and ...
  • Laughter and Topic Changes: Temporal Distribution and Information Flow 

    VOGEL, CARL; CAMPBELL, NICK (IEEE, 2012)
    Laughter is an important component of social interaction that has attracted interest within conversational analysis. However, it is not universally accepted that laughs have a function in discourse structure. In this study ...
  • Laughter and Topic Transition in Multiparty Conversation 

    Vogel, Carl; Campbell, Nick (Association for Computational Linguistics, 2013)
    This study explores laughter distribution around topic changes in multiparty conversations. The distribution of shared and solo laughter around topic changes was examined in corpora containing two types of spoken interaction; ...
  • A lazy log-keeping mechanism for comprehensive global garbage detection on Amadeus. 

    CAHILL, VINNY (Springer-Verlag, 1995)
    Global Garbage Detection (GGD) in object-oriented distributed systems requires that each application process maintains some information in support of GGD. Maintaining this information is known as log-keeping. In this paper ...
  • Leaky or Guessable Session Identifiers 

    FARRELL, STEPHEN (IEEE, 2011)
    Many Internet and Web applications use session identifiers. Too often, developers of those applications make the bad assumption that all is well because session identifiers are only known to authorized users. However, in ...
  • Learning Binary Search Trees through Serious Games 

    Haahr, Mads; Rojas-Salazar, Alberto; Ramírez-Alfaro, Paula (ACM, 2020)
    Data structures and algorithms are core topics in Computer Science, but they are difficult topics to grasp. Data structures and algorithmic concepts are abstract and difficult to relate to previous knowledge. To facilitate ...
  • Lessness:Randomness, Consciousness and Meaning 

    HAAHR, MADS (Curtin University of Technology, 2002)
    Lessness is a prose piece by Samuel Beckett in which he used random permutation to order sentences. Like interactive artworks, the piece is experienced as a process that depends upon the participant?s attempts to ...
  • Let me tell you something about (y)our culture? 

    MAC an AIRCHINNIGH, MICHEAL (Hacetteppe University Department of Information Management, 2010)
    Each person is born into a culture that is mediated by the mother tongue. Further development of the person is often associated with schooling and education. At an early age some persons will come into contact with other ...
  • Levels of detail for crowds and groups 

    CASSELL, JUSTINE; VILHJALMSSON, HANNES; DINGLIANA, JOHN; MACNAMEE, BRIAN; PETERS, CHRISTOPHER; GIANG, THANH; DOBBYN, SIMON; O'SULLIVAN, CAROL ANN (Blackwell, 2002)
    Work on levels of detail for human simulation has occurred mainly on a geometrical level, either by reducing the numbers of polygons representing a virtual human, or replacing them with a two-dimensional imposter. ...
  • Leveraging Domain Expertise to Support Complex, Personalized and Semantically Meaningful Queries Across Separate Data Sources 

    HAMPSON, CORMAC; CONLAN, OWEN; HAMPSON, CORMAC (IEEE, 2010)
    Abstract?Almost all information domains have witnessed an exponential increase in the amount of structured data available. However, there is still a lack of support for ordinary users to create complex queries spanning ...
  • Leveraging Sub-class Partition Information in Binary Classification and Its Application 

    VOGEL, CARL (Springer, 2009)
    Sub-class partition information within positive and negative classes is often ignored by a binary classifier, even when these detailed background information is available at hand. It is expected that this kind of ...
  • LibViz: Data Visualisation of the Old Library 

    Ruhland, Kerstin; Sedlmair, Michael; BIOLETTI, SUSAN; O'SULLIVAN, CAROL ANN (2009)
    The Old Library of Trinity College Dublin, built in 1732, is an internationally renowned research library. In recent decades it has also become a major tourist attraction in Dublin, with the display of the Book of Kells ...