Recent Submissions

  • Preface of the 2011 IAENG International Conference on Electrical Engineering Special Session: Design, analysis and tools for integrated circuits and systems 

    Tillo T; Wu Y; Huang W; Sasaki M; Lim E; Lee K; Mahanti P; Wan K; Voeten J; Lei C; English T; Planas M; Sahula V; Boolchandani D; Wang Z; Shandilya S; Khandekar P; Mady A; Bharti V; Pandey H; Harte S; Chung C; Giancardi L; Yin A; Lu C; Wang Y; Man K; Hahanov V; Prinetto P; Mercaldi M; Ma J; Choi J; Li W; Poncino M; Macii A; Al-Khalili D; Dong J; Popovici E; Schellekens M; Narasimha D; Anjum M; Zinchenko L; Navabi Z; Jaisankar N; Sathish Kumar A; Wang J; Hughes D; Klein F; Mohammadi S; Hollands S; Mansoor A (IAENG, 2011)
  • Imitation Learning of Human Grasping Skills from Motion and Force Data 

    Schmidt AM; Lee D; Peer A (IEEE, 2011)
    Imitation learning, also known as Programming by Demonstration, allows a non-expert user to teach complex skills to a robot. While so far researchers focused on abstracting kinematic relations, only little attention has ...
  • Adaptive active learning in recommender systems 

    Elahi M (Springer, 2011)
    Recommender Systems (RSs) generate personalized suggestions to users for items that may be interesting for them. Many RSs use the Collaborative Filtering (CF) technique, where the system gathers some information about the ...
  • 2D to cylindrical inverse projection of the wireless capsule endoscopy images 

    Liu Y; Tillo T; Xiao J; Lim E; Wang Z (IEEE, 2011)
    In this paper, a two-dimensional to three-dimensional mapping of the wireless capsule endoscopy (WCE) images is proposed as well as the alignment of the consecutive images. The aim of this project is to reduce the diagnosis ...
  • Inverse projection of the wireless capsule endoscopy images 

    Tillo T; Lim E; Wang Z; Hang J; Qian R (IEEE, 2010)
    In this paper an innovative two-dimensional to three-dimensional mapping of the Wireless Capsule Endoscopy (WCE) images is proposed. This mapping allows to drastically reduce the time required by doctor to analyze the ...
  • Commit 2.0 

    D'Ambros M; Lanza M; Robbes R (ACM, 2010)
    Commit comments written by developers when they submit their changes to a versioning system are useful for a number of tasks: Developers write commit comments to document changes and as a means to communicate with the rest ...
  • Context-aware intelligent recommender system 

    Elahi M (ACM, 2010)
    This demo paper presents a context-aware recommendation system. The system mines data from user's web searches and other sources to improve the presentation of content on visited web pages. While user is browsing the ...
  • An extensive comparison of bug prediction approaches 

    D'Ambros M; Lanza M; Robbes R (IEEE Computer Society, 2010)
    Reliably predicting software defects is one of software engineering's holy grails. Researchers have devised and implemented a plethora of bug prediction approaches varying in terms of accuracy, complexity and the input ...
  • Replaying IDE interactions to evaluate and improve change prediction approaches 

    Robbes R; Pollet D; Lanza M (IEEE Computer Society, 2010)
    Change prediction helps developers by recommending program entities that will have to be changed alongside the entities currently being changed. To evaluate their accuracy, current change prediction approaches use data ...
  • Evaluation of a Coordinating Controller for Improved Task Performance in Multi-User Teleoperation 

    Schauss T; Groten R; Peer A; Buss M (Springer, 2010)
    In virtual reality as well as teleoperation the interaction between multiple users is impaired by the mediated signal exchange between partners. To answer challenges of such scenarios assistance functions taking the ...
  • Recovering inter-project dependencies in software ecosystems 

    Lungu M; Robbes R; Lanza M (ACM, 2010)
    In large software systems, knowing the dependencies between modules or components is critical to assess the impact of changes. To recover the dependencies, fact extractors analyze the system as a whole and build the ...
  • Two-Player Game Structures for Generalized Planning and Agent Composition 

    De Giacomo G; Felli P; Patrizi F; Sardina S (AAAI Press, 2010)
    In this paper, we review a series of agent behavior synthesis problems under full observability and nondeter-minism (partial controllability), ranging from conditional planning, to recently introduced agent planning programs, ...
  • Node selection query languages for trees 

    Calvanese D; De Giacomo G; Lenzerini M; Vardi M (AAAI Publications, 2010)
    The study of node-selection query languages for (finite) trees has been a major topic in the recent research on query lan- guages for Web documents. On one hand, there has been an extensive study of XPath and its various ...
  • Online Intention Recognition in Computer-Assisted Teleoperation Systems 

    Stefanov N; Peer A; Buss M (Springer, 2010)
    Limitations of state-of-the-art teleoperation systems can be compensated by using shared-control teleoperation architectures that provide haptic assistance to the human operator. This paper presents a new approach for ...
  • Visualizing dynamic metrics with profiling blueprints 

    Bergel A.; Robbes R.; Binder W. (Springer, 2010)
    While traditional approaches to code profiling help locate performance bottlenecks, they offer only limited support for removing these bottlenecks. The main reason is the lack of visual and detailed runtime information to ...
  • In vitro evaluation of terpene ‘s effects on aspects of animal physiology: cytotoxicity and rumen degradation 

    Poulopoulou I; Pitulis N; Mountzouris KC; Hadjigeorgiou I; Xylouri E (Wageningen Academic Publishers, 2010)
  • Influence of Vision and Haptics on Plausibility of Social Interaction in Virtual Reality Scenarios 

    Wang Z; Lu J; Peer A; Buss M (Springer, 2010)
    This paper focuses on the effects of visual and haptic feedback on the experienced plausibility of social interaction in a virtual reality scenario, where participants were asked to perform handshakes with a virtual, ...
  • Automating assessment of exercises as means to decrease MOOC teachers’ efforts 

    Del Fatto V; Dodero G; Gennari R; Gruber B; Helmer S; Raimato G (Springer Science and Business Media Deutschland GmbH, 2018)
    To increase digital fluency in adult population, efforts have included offering e-learning initiatives and MOOCs, and more efforts should be undertaken in order to facilitate MOOC implementation and to widen MOOC participation. ...
  • Uni-directional Hybrid Distributed Video Coding With Macroblock Classification 

    Tillo T; Lee H; Jeon B (IEEK, 2010)
    Distributed Video Coding (DVC) is a new coding paradigm suitable for extremely low complexity video encoders. This makes it suitable for limited resources applications such as sensor network. Wyner-Ziv video coding, the ...
  • Online Intention Recognition for Computer-Assisted Teleoperation 

    Stefanov N; Peer A; Buss M (IEEE, 2010)
    An online intention recognition algorithm for computer-assisted teleoperation is introduced. The algorithm is able to distinguish between phases of a typical object manipulation task. It adopts a new advanced feature ...

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