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  • Tabloidization versus Credibility: Short Term Gain for Long Term Pain 

    Spillane, Brendan; Wade, Vincent; Brady, Michael; Hoe, Isla; Wade, Vincent; Lawless, Séamus (ACM, 2020)
    Print news agencies have been under pressure from falling sales and advertising revenue and increased competition. As the Internet became the dominant medium, news agencies invested heavily in their websites and apps, ...
  • Taboo Semantics 

    VOGEL, CARL (IEEE, 2014)
  • Taking Offence 

    Vogel, Carl (2020)
    Between speakers and addressees, the perception of offensiveness in natural language may diverge distinctly to the potential for divergence of understanding of lexical content. Historically, the perception of offensiveness ...
  • TATUS A Ubiquitous Computing Simulator 

    O'Neill, Eleanor (Trinity College Dublin. Department of Computer Science, 2004-09)
    ?... we are trying to conceive a new way of thinking about computers in the world, one that takes into account the natural human environment and allows the computers themselves to vanish into the background? - Mark Weiser, ...
  • A Taxonomy of Collaborative Context-Aware Systems 

    CAHILL, VINNY; SALKHAM, AS'AD (2006)
    Context awareness is a vital element in pervasive and ubiquitous systems. While most existing research has focused on designing context-aware systems to integrate into the environment, less attention has been placed on ...
  • Taxonomy of Distributed Event-Based Programming Systems 

    MEIER, RENE; CAHILL, VINNY (IEEE Computer Society, 2002)
    This paper presents a survey of existing event systems structured as a taxonomy of distributed event-based programming systems. Our taxonomy identifies a set of fundamental properties of event-based programming systems ...
  • A taxonomy of pervasive healthcare systems 

    CAHILL, VINNY; STOKES, EMMA KATHERINE; MURAS, JOANNA ALICJA (2006)
    Pervasive computing is a developing area. Due to significant technological developments, assistive devices that were impossible to make or that were not even considered for manufacture are now available. The creation of ...
  • TCD-DCU at LogCLEF 2009: An Analysis of Queries, Actions, and Interface Languages 

    ZHOU, DONG; GHORAB, MOHAMMED RAMI ELHUSSEIN (2009)
    This paper describes the collaborative participation of Trinity College Dublin and Dublin City University in the Log Analysis for Digital Societies (LADS) task of LogCLEF 2009 track. An analysis of multilingual search ...
  • Teaching within the CoderDojo Movement: An Exploration of Mentors' Teaching Practices 

    Huggard, Meriel; Strong, Glenn (IEEE, 2020)
    This work in progress reports on the initial findings of a significant study that aims to explore the evolution of programming teaching practice in non-formal, volunteer-led clubs where young people are ...
  • Techniques for Dynamic Adaptation of Mobile Services 

    CAHILL, VINNY; HAAHR, MADS; KEENEY, JOHN (Auerbach Publications, 2006)
    This chapter discusses the dynamic adaptation of software for mobile computing. The primary focus of the chapter is to discuss a number of techniques for adapting software as it runs, and managing the application of those ...
  • Techniques for handling scale and distribution in virtual worlds. 

    CAHILL, VINNY; TANGNEY, BRENDAN; HARRIS, NEVILLE (ACM SIGOPS, 1996)
    Lack of bandwidth and network latency are known to be major impediments to achieving realism in distributed virtual world (vw) applications with a large number of, potentially geographically dispersed, entities. This paper ...
  • Techno-economic comparison of GPONs and long-reach PONs 

    PAYNE, DAVID; RUFFINI, MARCO (2011)
  • Techno-economics of Optical Access Network Sharing 

    AFRAZ, NIMA (Trinity College Dublin. School of Computer Science & Statistics. Discipline of Computer Science, 2020)
    Several parallel trends, including the growing number of Internet reliant devices/services, increasing Internet penetration rates, and the continuing popularity of bandwidth-hungry multimedia content contribute to the ...
  • Technology Enhanced Learning: Students' Views 

    O'DONNELL, EILEEN; SHARP, MARY (2011)
    User feedback is very important in all areas of computer science especially in the development of computer applications. Hence, student feedback on the use of technology enhanced learning in higher education in Ireland ...
  • Technology Enhanced Learning: Towards Providing Supports for PhD Students and Researchers in Higher Education 

    O'DONNELL, EILEEN (Information Science Reference (an imprint of IGI Global), 2014)
  • Technology-Mediated Realistic Mathematics Education and the Bridge21 Model: A teaching experiment 

    Oldham, Elizabeth; Tangney, Brendan; Bray, Aibhín (Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Education and ERME, 2015)
    Many recent curriculum reforms aim to address shortfalls with regard to student engagement with mathematics by harnessing the affordances of technology, social constructivist pedagogies, contextual scenarios, and/ or ...
  • Temporal Coherence Predictor for Time Varying Volume Data Based on Perceptual Functions 

    DINGLIANA, JOHN (2015)
    This paper introduces an empirical, perceptually-based method which exploits the temporal coherence in consec- utive frames to reduce the CPU-GPU traffic size during real-time visualization of time-varying volume data. In ...
  • Temporal Dependence in Legal Documents 

    FERNANDO, RAFAEL TIMOTHY; VOGEL, CARL; AHMAD, KHURSHID (Springer, 2013)
    Tasks and difficulties inherent in the largely open problem of temporal information extraction from legal text are outlined. We demonstrate the efficacy of tools and concepts available ?off-the-shelf? and suggest refinements ...
  • Temporal Factors to evaluate trustworthiness of virtual identities 

    DONDIO, PIERPAOLO (IEEE, 2007)
    In this paper we investigate how temporal factors (i.e. factors computed by considering only the time-distribution of interactions) can be used as an evidence of an entity?s trustworthiness. While reputation and direct ...