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From sheep to cities - Research in computing @ Northampton up to mid August 2016


Taken from the University of Northampton Research Repository http://nectar.northampton.ac.uk/ providing an interesting and diverse range of areas from sheep to cities.

2016

  1. Abbas, R.Al-Sherbaz, A.Bennecer, A. and Picton, P. (2016) Development of scheduling process for the M2M communications system in smart cites. Panel Presentation presented to: School of Science and Technology Annual Research Conference, Newton Building, The University of Northampton, 02 March 2016.
  2. Ajit, S. and Dodds, J. (2016) Student perceptions of automated marking and feedback system in computing. Poster presented to:Higher Education Academy Annual STEM Conference 2016: Inspire to Succeed: Transforming Teaching and Learning in STEM, East Midlands Conference Centre, Nottingham, 28-29 January 2016.
  3. Al Barrak, A.Al-Sherbaz, A.Kanakis, T. and Crockett, R. G. M. (2016) Utilisation of multipath phenomenon to improve the performance of BCH and RS codes. In: 8th Computer Science & Electronic Engineering Conference. New York: IEEE. (Accepted)
  4. Al-Dabbagh, M.Al-Sherbaz, A. and Turner, S. J. (2016) Development [of] a real-time ITS using VANETs: a case study for Northampton Town. In: SAI Intelligent Systems Conference 2016. IEEE. (Accepted)
  5. Al-Rubaye, Z. (2016) Lameness detection in sheep through behavioural sensor data analysis. Poster presented to: Graduate School 11th Annual Poster Competition, The University of Northampton, 18 May 2016.
  6. Al-Rubaye, Z.Al-Sherbaz, A.McCormick, W. D. and Turner, S. J. (2016) Lameness detection in sheep through the analysis of the wireless sensor data. Workshop presented to: The University of Northampton Graduate School Postgraduate Researcher (PGR) Conference 2016, Northampton, 14 June 2016.
  7. Al-Rubaye, Z.Al-Sherbaz, A.McCormick, W. D. and Turner, S. J. (2016) The use of multivariable wireless sensor data to early detect lameness in sheep. Workshop presented to: School of Science and Technology Annual Research Conference, Newton Building, The University of Northampton, 02 March 2016.
  8. Al-Sadi, A.Al-Sherbaz, A.Turner, S. J. and Xue, J. (2016) The management of distributed software defined networks in smart cities. Workshop presented to: School of Science and Technology Annual Research Conference, Newton Building, The University of Northampton, 02 March 2016.
  9. Al-Sadi, A.Al-Sherbaz, A.Xue, J. and Turner, S. J. (2016) Routing algorithm optimization for Software Defined Network WAN.In: Al-Sadeq International Conference on Multidisciplinary in IT and Communication Science and Applications (AIC-MITCSA) - IRAQ (9-10) May. Baghdad, Iraq: IEEE. (Accepted)
  10. Cui, M. H.Knox, D.Opoku Agyeman, M. and MacDonald, R. (2016) Role of music in clinical acupuncture: a cross cultural investigation. In: International Conference on New Music Concepts (ICNMC 2017). Milan, Italy: ABEditore. (Accepted)
  11. Cui, M. H.Michael, O. A.MacDonald, R. and Knox, D. (2016) A cross-cultural exploration of music in history: language, health and art implications. In: International Conference on New Music Concepts (ICNMC 2017). Milan, Italy: ABEditore. (Accepted)
  12. Cui, M. H.Opoku Agyeman, M. and Knox, D. (2016) A cross-cultural study of music in history. International Journal of Culture and History. 2(2) 2382-6177. (Accepted)
  13. Edan, N. M.Turner, S. J.Al-Sherbaz, A. and Ajit, S. (2016) Performance evaluation of QoS using SIP & IAX2 VVoIP protocols with CODECS. In: SAI Computing Conference 2016. London: IEEE. 9781467384605. (Accepted)
  14. Hendrix, M.Al-Sherbaz, A. and Victoria, B. (2016) Game based cyber security training: are serious games suitable for cyber security training? International Journal of Serious Games. 3(1), pp. 53-61. 2384-8766.
  15. Hill, G. (2016) Review of a problems-first approach to first year undergraduate programming. In: Wu, B. and Kassel, S. (eds.)Software Engineering Education Going Agile: 11th China-Europe International Symposium on Software Engineering Education (CEISEE 2015). Switzerland: Springer International Publishing. 9783319291659. pp. 73-80.
  16. Maghdi, H.Al-Sherbaz, A.Aljawad, N. and Lami, I. A. (2016) UNILS: Unconstrained Indoors Localization Scheme based on cooperative smartphones networking with onboard inertial, Bluetooth and GNSS devices. In: Proceedings of IEEE/ION PLANS 2016. Savannah, Georgia, USA: IEEE. 9781509020423. pp. 129-136.
  17. Mu, M.Broadbent, M.Farshad, A.Hart, N.Hutchison, D.Ni, Q. and Race, N. (2016) A scalable user fairness model for adaptive video streaming over SDN-assisted future networks. IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications. 0733-8716.
  18. Mu, M.Simpson, S.Stokking, H. and Race, N. (2016) QoE-aware inter-stream synchronization in open N-screens cloud. In:Consumer Communications and Networking (CCNC), 2016 13th Annual IEEE. Las Vegas: IEEE. 2331-9860. (In Press)
  19. Niamut, O.Mu, M.Denazis, S. and Race, N. (2016) Social telemedia: the relationship between social information and networked media. IEEE Computer Magazine. 49(5), pp. 92-97. 0018-9162.
  20. Oakes, J.Johnson, M.Xue, J. and Turner, S. J. (2016) Simplified deployment of virtual machines using an intelligent design engine. In: Proceedings of Science and Information (SAI) Conference 2016. London: IEEE. 9781467384605. (Accepted)
  21. Olajubu, O.Ajit, S.Johnson, M.Turner, S. J.Thomson, S. and Edwards, M. (2016) A textual language for requirement modelling. Workshop presented to: School of Science and Technology Annual Research Conference, Newton Building, The University of Northampton, 02 March 2016.
  22. Opoku Agyeman, M.Tong, K. and Mak, T. (2016) An improved wireless communication fabric for performance aware network-on-chip architectures. International Journal of Computing and Digital Systems. 5(2), pp. 161-171. 2210-142X.
  23. Opoku Agyeman, M.Vien, Q.-T.Ahmadinia, A.Yakovlev, A.Tong, K.-F. and Mak, T. (2016) A resilient 2-D waveguide communication fabric for hybrid wired-wireless NoC design. IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems. 1045-9219. (Accepted)
  24. Opoku Agyeman, M.Vien, Q.-T. and Mak, T. (2016) An analytical channel model for emerging wireless Networks-on-Chip. In:IEEE/IFIP International Conference on Embedded and Ubiquitous Computing (EUC 2016). France: IEEE Computer Society. (Accepted)
  25. Rose, T. J. and Bakaoukas, A. G. (2016) Algorithms and approaches for procedural terrain generation. In: Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Virtual Worlds and Games for Serious Applications. Barcelona, Spain: Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers. (Accepted)
  26. Sani, Y.Mu, M.Mauthe, A. and Edwards, C. (2016) A Bio-inspired HTTP-based adaptive streaming player. In: 2016 IEEE International Conference on Multimedia and Expo (ICME 2016). Seattle, USA: IEEE. (Accepted)
  27. Turner, S. J. (2016) Enhancing computing student employability skills through partnership working in STEM outreach. In: Wu, B.and Kassel, S. (eds.) Software Engineering Education Going Agile: 11th China-Europe International Symposium on Software Engineering Education (CEISEE 2015). Cham: Springer International Publishing. 9783319291659. pp. 67-71.
  28. Zong, W.Wang, L.Xu, Q. and Opoku Agyeman, M. (2016) SlideAcross: a low-latency adaptive router for chip multi-processor.In: Proceedings of Euromicro DSD/SEAA 2016. Cyprus: IEEE. (Accepted)


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