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Published DateTitleAuthor(s)
21-Sep-2016Time Series Clustering of Moodle Activity DataMłynarska, EwaGreene, DerekCunningham, Pádraig
23-Sep-2016Topy: Real-time Story Tracking via Social TagsPoghosyan, GevorgQureshi, M. AtifIfrim, Georgiana
12-Jun-2014Toward a new cloud-based approach to preserve the privacy for detecting suspicious cases of money laundering in an investment bankLe-Khac, Nhien-AnKechadi, Tahar
30-Jul-2015Towards middleware security framework for next generation data centers connectivityTalpur, Samar RazaAbdalla, SamehKechadi, Tahar
25-Jun-2016Tweeting Europe: A text-analytic approach to unveiling the content of political actors' Twitter activities in the European ParliamentCross, James P.Greene, DerekBelford, Mark
23-Sep-2016TwitterCracy: Exploratory Monitoring of Twitter Streams for the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election CycleQureshi, M. AtifArjumand, YounusGreene, Derek
Mar-2010The use of predictive likelihood to estimate the distribution of extreme bridge traffic load effectCaprani, Colin C.O'Brien, Eugene J.
2017Using Emotional Attachment as a Lens to Improve Users E-reading ExperienceGirard, AdamCowan, Benjamin R.Shankar, KalpanaCoyle, David
10-Jun-2016Using Icicle Trees to Encode the Hierarchical Structure of Source CodeBacher, IvanMacNamee, BrianKelleher, John
24-Mar-2014Virtual Machine Forensics by means of Introspection and Kernel Code InjectionTobin, PatrickKechadi, Tahar
Dec-2014Visualization of trends in subscriber attributes of communities on mobile telecommunications networksArchambault, DanielHurley, Neil J.
20-Jun-2017Weak Supervision for Semi-Supervised Topic Modeling via Word EmbeddingsConheady, GeraldGreene, Derek
7-Sep-2017What Can I Help You With?: Infrequent Users Experiences of Intelligent Personal AssistantsCowan, Benjamin R.Pantidi, NadiaCoyle, DavidMorrissey, KellieClarke, P. (Peter)Al-Shehri, SaraEarley, DavidBandeira, Natasha
Sep-2015Why some surprises are more surprising than others: Surprise as a metacognitive sense of explanatory difficultyKeane, Mark T.Foster, Meadhbh I.