Now showing items 1-10 of 25
Co-evolutionary analysis: a policy exploration method for system dynamics models
(System Dynamics Society / Wiley, 2012-10-22)
In system dynamics (SD), complex nonlinear systems can generate a wide range of possible behaviours that frequently require search and optimization algorithms in order to explore optimal policies. Within the SD literature, ...
System dynamics modelling to support policy analysis for sustainable health care
System dynamics (SD) is an established simulation methodology used to explore the behaviour of social systems over time. The field has addressed challenging sustainability problems in fisheries, urban planning and environmental ...
Polarity assessment of thermoresponsive poly(NIPAM-co-NtBA) copolymer films using fluorescence methods.
The in-situ, non-contact, and non-destructive measurement of the physicochemical properties such as the polarity of thin, hydrophilic polymer films is desirable in many areas of polymer science. Polarity is a complex factor ...
On the Classification Performance of TAN and General Bayesian Networks
Over a decade ago, Friedman et al. introduced the Tree Augmented Naïve Bayes (TAN) classifier, with experiments indicating that it significantly outperformed Naïve Bayes (NB) in terms of classification accuracy, ...
Revealing the Origin and Nature of Drug Resistance of Dynamic Tumour Systems
In this paper, the authors identify the strategies that resistant subpopulations of cancer cells undertake to overcome the effect of the anticancer drug Topotecan. For the analyses of cell lineage data encoded from timelapse ...
Analysis of the Effects of Unexpected Outliers in the Classification of Spectroscopy Data
Multi-class classification algorithms are very widely used, but we argue that they are not always ideal from a theoretical perspective, because they assume all classes are characterised by the data, whereas in many ...
Economic analysis of short-rotation forests for energy in Ireland
(North-Holland Pubs., Amsterdam, 1986)
Digital elevation modelling of individual monuments from aerial photographs
(John Wiley & Sons, 1999)
Digital elevation models (DEM) are crucial data products for a variety of geographic applications, and their generation directly from digitized stereopairs of vertical aerial photographs has recently been accomplished. ...