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  • Pang, Shaoning; Zhu, Lei; Chen, Gang; Sarrafzadeh, Hossein; Ban, Tao; Inoue, Daisuke (Neural Networks, 2013)
    Linear Proximal Support Vector Machines (LPSVMs), like decision trees, classic SVM, etc. are originally not equipped to handle drifting data streams that exhibit high and varying degrees of class imbalance. For online ...
  • Basheri, Mohammed; Munro, Malcolm; Burd, Liz; Baghaei, Nilufar (International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications, 2013)
    The use of multi-touch interfaces for collaborative learning has received significant attention. Their ability to synchronously accommodate multiple users is an advantage in co-located collaborative design tasks. This paper ...
  • Komosny, Dan; Simek, Milan; Kathiravelu, Ganeshan (Przegl ˛ad Elektrotechniczny, 2013)
    The paper deals with IP geolocation based on communication latency measurement. The aim of IP geolocation is to estimate the geographical location of an IP-enabled node. Latency-based IP geolocation methods measure latency ...
  • Fong, Bernard; Hong, Guan Yue (Journal of Advances in Information Technology, 2010)
    IEEE 802.16e fixed WiMAX provides a low cost solution for integrated multimedia access networks with a wide bandwidth making it particularly suitable for telemedicine applications. While a wide variety of modulation schemes ...
  • Sarrafzadeh, Hossein; Chen, Gang (ACM Transactions on Autonomous and Adaptive Systems, 2010)
    P2P-like applications are quickly gaining popularity in the Internet. Such applications are commonly modeled as graphs with nodes and edges. Usually nodes represent running processes that exchange information with each ...
  • Dadgostar, F; Sarrafzadeh, Hossein (Australian Journal of Intelligent Information Processing Systems., 2009)
    "This paper presents research leading to the development of a vision-based gesture recognition system. The system comprises of three abstracts layers each with their own specific type and requirements of data ..."
  • Sarrafzadeh, Hossein; Alexander, S; Hill, S (International Journal of Intelligent Systems Technologies and Applications, 2008)
    The developing field of Affective Tutoring Systems (ATSs) has created a need to understand how such tutoring systems should adapt to the emotional state of students. To this end, an observational study of human tutors was ...
  • Sarrafzadeh, Hossein (Computers in Human Behavior, 2007)
    Many software systems would significantly improve performance if they could adapt to the emotional state of the user, for example if Intelligent Tutoring Systems (ITSs), ATM’s, ticketing machines could recognise when users ...