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update: Selection of 2012 Computing publications

A selection of 2012 publications involving staff from the Department of Computing and Immersive Technologies, University of Northampton

  • Turner, S (2012) Case Studies in Web Sustainability Ariadne No 70 ISSN: 1361-3200
  • Maunder, R., Turner, S.Sneddon, S. and Crouch, A. (2012) Editorial. Enhancing the Learner Experience in Higher Education. 4(1), pp. 1-2. 2041-3122.
  • ihsan lami, Ali Al-Sherbaz (2013) W2BC: A Proposal for a Converged Baseband Implementation of WiMax and WiFi Transceivers International Journal of Information and Network Security (IJINS) Vol.2, No.1, February 2013, pp. 426 - 437 ISSN: 2089-329
  • Kariyawasam K., A., Turner S., Hill G. (2012) "Is it Visual? The importance of a Problem Solving Module within a Computing course", Computer Education, Volume 10, Issue 166, May 2012, pp. 5-7, ISSN: 1672-5913.
  • Hill G., Turner S. (2012) "Referencing within Code in Software Engineering Education!", Computer Education, Volume 10, Issue 166, May 2012, pp. 1-4, ISSN: 1672-5913.
  • J.W.J.Xue and A. Yahya. (2012) “Critical Analysis of ECM Applications in the Clouds: a case study”, International Journal of Computer Science and Information Technology (IJCSIT) Vol.4 No. 3, June 2012. ISBN:0795-4660.
  • Padillia I, Zhang Y (2012)Developing a haptic interface to manipulate and section high polygon models from x-ray data,  International Conference on Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS201)
  • Dravid R and Al-Sherbaz, A (2012) Optimization of Routing Protocols for Wireless Mesh Networks (WMNs) to Achieve Higher Quality of Service for Real-Time Applications 3rd Annual Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing, Bangalore, India, December 12-14 2012
  • Turner, S. and Al-Sherbaz, A. (2012) What's the problem with problem-solving? Seminar Presentation presented to: Insights into the future of learning and teaching at Northampton, University of Northampton, 3rd December 2012
  • Bouyerbou, H. Oukid, S. Benblidiya N. and  Bechkoum, K. (2012). “Hybrid Image Representation Methods for Automatic Image Annotation: A Survey”. Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Signals and Electronic Systems, ICSCS 2012, 18-21 September 2012, Wroclaw, Poland.
  • Al-Sherbaz Ali, Dravid Rashmi, Svennevik Espen and Picton Phil  (2012)" iSurvival: A Collaborative Mobile Network System for Disaster Management" PRO-VE’12 -13th Working Conference on Virtual Enterprises : Collaborative Networks in the Internet of Services, University of Bournemouth, 1-3 October 2012
  • Al-Sherbaz A, Dravid R (2012) "Ultilising Mobile Mesh Networks for Disaster Management" M4D2012, 27-29 February 2012, New Delhi, India

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