• Tight upper bound on the number of optimal paths in weighted coloured-edge graphs

      Ensor, A; Lillo, F (Association of European Operational Research Societies, 2010)
      A weighted coloured-edge is a graph for which each edge is assigned both a positive weight and a discrete colour, and can be used to model transportation and computer networks in which there are multiple transportation ...
    • A Tile-based Color Picture With Hidden QR Code for Augmented Reality and Beyond

      Tran, H; Le, H; Nguyen, M; Yan, W-Q (Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), 2017)
      Most existing Augmented Reality (AR) applications use either template (picture) markers or bar-code markers to overlay computergenerated graphics on the real world surfaces. e use of template markers is computationally ...
    • Time and frequency transfer using the telecommunication satellites for the long baseline interferometry

      Takiguchi, H; Amagai, J; Gotoh, T; Aida, M; Ichikawa, R; Kondo, T (Geodetic Society of Japan, 2010)
      No abstract.
    • Tool for identifying critical control points in embedded purchasing activities within SMEs

      Hagelaar, G; Staal, A; Holman; Walhof, G (IPSERA, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, Amsterdam University, 2015)
      This paper discusses risk and uncertainty aspects and proposes an assessment tool leading to identification of critical control points (CCPs) within purchasing-oriented activities of small and medium enterprises (SMEs). ...
    • Topics and treatments in global software engineering research - a systematic snapshot

      Raza, B; MacDonell, SG; Clear, Tony (Science and Technology Publications (SCITEPRESS), 2013)
      This study presents an analysis of the most recent literature addressing global software engineering (GSE). The primary purpose is to understand what issues are being addressed and how research is being carried out in GSE ...
    • Topologic, geometric, or graph-theoretic properties of skeletal curves

      Klette, G (AUT University, 2007)
      Medical imaging is still mainly focusing on visualization and data communication. However, applications of digital image analysis methods in biomedical research are also increasing, due to demands and developments in ...
    • Towards a discourse coherent structure

      Nand, P; Yeap, WK (INSTICC publications, 2010)
      In this paper we argue that coherence relations between discourse units are ultimately based on mentioned discourse entities embedded in the units participating in the relation. Coherence relations as discussed in most ...
    • Towards a new framework for product development

      Robotham, A; McAloone, TC (Department of Control and Engineering Design, Technical University of Denmark, 2000)
      In the mid-1980s, Andreasen and Hein first described their model of Integrated Product Development. Many Danish companies quickly embraced the principles of integrated product development and adapted the model to their ...
    • Towards combining dense linear order with random graphs

      Liu, J; Zhang, T (4th International Joint Conference on Automated Reasoning (IJCAR 2008), 2008)
      In this paper we present our work in progress towards obtaining a Nelson-Oppen style combination for combining quantified theories, where each individual component theory admits quantifier elimination. We introduces the ...
    • Towards Musicologist-driven Mining of Handwritten

      Niitsuma, M; Yan, W-Q; Tomita, Y; Bell, D (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 2017)
      Historical musicologists have been seeking for objective and powerful techniques to collect, analyse and verify their findings for many decades. The aim of this study was to show the importance of such domain-specific ...
    • Towards online facilitator competencies in collaborative higher learning programmes

      Thorpe, SJ (BrownWalker Press, 2013)
      Collaborative programmes typically involve a combination of face-to-face and online collaborative engagement between organisations. Individuals and groups within those organisations need to effectively work together across ...
    • Towards standards in digital forensics education

      Kaskenpalo, M-P; Cooper, P; Finley, GT (Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), 2010)
      Digital Forensics is an emerging discipline within the computing sciences that exhibits both commonalities and uniquenesses with other computing disciplines. This paper seeks to delineate the domain space of Digital Forensics ...
    • Towards synergy of VLBI and GNSS geodetic techniques in geologically dynamic New Zealand

      Takiguchi, H; Gulyaev, S; Natusch, T; Weston, S; Woodburn, L (Asia Oceania Geosciences Society (AOGS), 2011)
      Though the New Zealand Geodetic Datum 2000 (NZGD2000) is based on and closely matches the International Terrestrial Reference System (ITRS) through the International Terrestrial Reference Frame (ITRF), it is not a dynamic ...
    • TQM, TPM, TOC, Lean and Six Sigma - evolution of manufacturing methodologies under the paradigm shift from Taylorism/Fordism to Toyotism

      Stamm, ML; Neitzert, T; Singh, DPK (AUT University, 2009)
      The evolution of manufacturing methodologies is explored based on a historic analysis of the automobile industry. The objective of this paper is to contribute to a clearer understanding of the evolution of these manufacturing ...
    • Training Spiking Neural Networks to Associate Spatio-temporal Input-output Spike Patterns

      Mohemmed, A; Schliebs, S; Matsuda, S; Kasabov, N (Elsevier, 2013)
      In a previous work (Mohemmed et al., Method for training a spiking neuron to associate input–output spike trains) we have proposed a supervised learning algorithm based on temporal coding to train a spiking neuron to ...
    • Transition conditions at the interface between floating plates

      Chung, H; Fox, C (The International Workshop on Water Waves and Floating Bodies (IWWWFB), 2005)
      This paper presents studies of wave propagation across a crack in an ice sheet. We consider a crack between two ice sheets that are infinitely stretching to either side. The theoretical model of the ice sheet assumes that ...
    • Tree-automatic well-founded trees

      Liu, J; Kartzow, A; Lohrey, M; Huschenbett, M (International Federation of Computational Logic, 2013)
      We investigate tree-automatic well-founded trees. Using Delhomme's decomposition technique for tree-automatic structures, we show that the (ordinal) rank of a tree-automatic well-founded tree is strictly below omega^omega. ...
    • Trust-based Adaptive Routing for Smart Grid Systems

      Xiang, M; Bai, Q; Liu, W (2014)
      Smart Grid is the trend of next generation electrical power system which makes the power grid intelligent and energy efficient. It requires high level of network reliability to support the two-way communication among ...
    • Tuned X-HYBRIDJOIN for Near-real-time Data Warehousing

      Naeem, MA (Springer, 2013)
      Near-real-time data warehousing defines how updates from data sources are combined and transformed for storage in a data warehouse as soon as the updates occur. Since these updates are not in warehouse format, they need ...
    • UDP-IPv6 performance in peer-to-peer gigabit ethernet using modern Windows and Linux systems

      Soorty, B; Sarkar, NI (International Journal of Computer and Information Technology (IJCIT), 2014)
      In this paper the performance of IPv6 is investigated using Windows and Linux operating systems over a Gigabit Ethernet link. IPv6 is set to take over IPv4 and is built into most new Windows and Linux client/server operating ...