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#1Asif FaisalH-Index: 1
#2Tan YigitcanlarH-Index: 33
Last. Graham CurrieH-Index: 32
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Advancement in automated driving technology has created opportunities for smart urban mobility. Automated vehicles are now a popular topic with the rise of the smart city agenda. However, legislators, urban administrators, policymakers, and planners are unprepared to deal with the possible disruption of autonomous vehicles, which potentially could replace conventional transport. There is a lack of knowledge on how the new capabilities will disrupt, and which policy strategies are needed to addre...
The days of EEG machines with dozens, if not 50 or more wires hanging from a subject’s head are gone. Doctors are still using EEG to diagnose stroke, epilepsy and a variety of sleep disorders, but the EEG has made its leap into mainstream life - as a wearable device for truckers, construction workers, or anyone who wants to stay alert. Gamers, pilots, and even companies who want to track the responses of consumers are turning to EEG for more insight, and control over their brains. This ebook is ...
#2Andrea GoncherH-Index: 4
Last. Wageeh BolesH-Index: 23
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Being able to provide fast and useful feedback to students is an essential part of the learning process. Multiple-choice questionnaires are tool often used, due to the ease of marking, and therefore rapid feedback to students. Since these however lack detail and confidence when checking understanding, an added textual component can help to verify students’ understanding. In this paper we discuss a methodology for evaluating and categorizing students multiple-choice and text justification. This i...
As employers demand for work ready graduates has increase, so has the emphasis on providing work relevant learning and experience in the higher education sector, With mutually beneficial outcomes for industry, universities, and students alike, Work Integrated Learning (WIL) programs have the potential to equip students with both transferable and discipline specific skills necessary for employability in a changing world. In STEM disciplines in particular, WIL is one of the key ways in increase st...
#2Dirk FahlandH-Index: 25
Last. W.M.P. van der AalstH-Index: 69
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Considerable amounts of data, including process events, are collected and stored by organisations nowadays. Discovering a process model from such event data and verification of the quality of discovered models are important steps in process mining. Many discovery techniques have been proposed, but none of them combines scalability with strong quality guarantees. We would like such techniques to handle billions of events or thousands of activities, to produce sound models (without deadlocks and o...
#1Madhawa Weerasekara (QUT: Queensland University of Technology)H-Index: 1
#2D. Mahinda Vilathgamuwa (QUT: Queensland University of Technology)H-Index: 41
Last. Yateendra Mishra (QUT: Queensland University of Technology)H-Index: 15
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Use of Mathematical Morphology (MM) based filters to detect faults in power systems have been discussed in recent literature. These studies have been predominantly focused on AC systems and associated arc faults. However, fault detection applications based on MM filtering in DC systems have not been adequately discussed. This paper presents how MM based filtering techniques and its composite operations could be used to successfully detect arc faults in a PV system. Throughout the analysis, serie...
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#1Tan YigitcanlarH-Index: 33
#2KamruzzamanH-Index: 15
Last. JinHyo Joseph YunH-Index: 12
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The convergence of technology and the city is commonly referred to as the ‘smart city’. It is seen as a possible remedy for the challenges that urbanisation creates in the age of global climate change, and as an enabler of a sustainable and liveable urban future. A review of the abundant but fragmented literature on smart city theories and practices, nevertheless, reveals that there is a limited effort to capture a comprehensive understanding on how the complex and multidimensional nature of the...
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The changing and challenging conditions of the 21st century have been significantly impacting our economy, society and built and natural environments (Carrillo et al., 2014). Today generation of knowledge-mostly in the form of technology and innovation-is seen as a panacea for the adaptation to changes and management of challenges (Yigitcanlar, 2010a). Making space and place that concentrate on knowledge generation, thus, has become a priority for many nations and the concepts like knowledge reg...
#1Katrina RaynorH-Index: 2
#2Severine MayereH-Index: 3
Last. Tony MatthewsH-Index: 6
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Cities all over the world have activated policy support for urban consolidation in recent decades. Rationales for urban consolidation focus on its perceived ability to achieve sustainability goals, including decreased automobile dependence, increased social cohesion and greater walkability. Despite this, there are few international examples of urban consolidation policy implementation that has achieved its stated aims. This paper explores the nature and character of perceptions of urban consolid...
Cybersecurity studies at undergraduate/postgraduate level are offered at numerous universities in Australia. The level offered varies from a specifically named undergraduate/postgraduate coursework degree to usual IT or relevant degrees offering cybersecurity as a minor or major theme. A minority of universities do not offer any specific cybersecurity specific course while others offer such courses in association with industry organisations. Based upon an extensive analysis of published course/p...
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