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At Insight we undertake high impact research in data analytics that has significant impact on industry and society by enabling better decision making.

Insight brings together leading Irish academics from 5 of Ireland's leading research centres (DERI, CLARITY, CLIQUE, 4C, TRIL), previously established by Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) and the Irish Industrial Development Authority (IDA), in key areas of priority research including:

  • The Semantic Web
  • Sensors and the Sensor Web
  • Social network analysis
  • Decision Support and Optimization
  • Connected Health

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Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 20 of 356
Published DateTitleAuthor(s)
20-Mar-2019Visualising Module Dependencies in Academic RecommendationsHagemann, NinaO'Mahony, Michael P.Smyth, Barry
29-Jul-2018Analysis of EHR Free-text Data with Supervised Deep Neural NetworksWallace, DuncanKechadi, Tahar
15-Apr-2019Explainable Text-Driven Neural Network for Stock PredictionYang, LinyiZhang, ZhengXiong, SuWei, LiruiNg, JamesXu, LinaDong, Ruihai
21-May-2019Interpretable Time Series Classification using Linear Models and Multi-resolution Multi-domain Symbolic RepresentationsNguyen, Thach LeGsponer, SeverinIlue, IuliaO'Reilly, MartinIfrim, Georgiana
30-Apr-2019Factors Influencing the Adoption of Smart Health Technologies for People With Dementia and Their Informal Caregivers: Scoping Review and Design FrameworkGuisado Fernndez, EstefanaGiunti, GuidoMackey, LauraBlake, CatherineCaulfield, Brian
8-Feb-2019Personalised and progressive neuromuscular electrical stimulation (NMES) in patients with cancera clinical case seriesO'Connor, DominicMora Fernandez, MatildeSignorelli, GabrielCaulfield, BrianValero, Pedro
12-Jan-2018Longitudinal assessment of falls in patients with Parkinson’s disease using inertial sensors and the Timed Up and Go testGreene, Barry R.Caulfield, BrianLamichhane, Dronacharyaet al.
22-Mar-2019Reliability, validity and utility of inertial sensor systems for postural control assessment in sport science and medicine applications: A systematic reviewJohnston, WilliamArgent, RobO'Reilly, MartinCaulfield, Brian
4-Apr-2019Combining biomarker and self-reported dietary intake data: a review of the state of the art and an exposition of conceptsGormley, Isobel ClaireBai, YuxinBrennan, Lorraine
21-Jan-2019Generalized Random Dot Product graphNg, Tin Lok JamesMurphy, Thomas Brendan
20-Dec-2018Dynamic balance performance varies by position but not by age group in elite Rugby Union players a normative studyJohnston, WilliamDuignan, CiaraCoughlan, Garrett F.Caulfield, Brian
12-Dec-2018Temporal Alignment of Reddit Network EmbeddingsGrayson, SiobhánGreene, Derek
Feb-2019Increased EMG intermuscular coherence and reduced signal complexity in Parkinson's diseaseFlood, Matthew W.Jensen, Bente RonaMalling, Anne-SofieLowery, Madeleine M.
7-Dec-2018MeetupNet Dublin: Discovering Communities in Dublin's Meetup NetworkPakrashi, ArjunAlghamdi, ElhamMacNamee, BrianGreene, Derek
3-Dec-2018Association of dynamic balance with sports related concussion: a prospective cohort studyJohnston, WilliamO'Reilly, MartinDuignan, CiaraCaulfield, Brianet al.
5-Nov-2018Multiresolution network modelsFosdick, Bailey K.McCormick, Tyler H.Murphy, Thomas BrendanNg, Tin Lok JamesWestling, Ted
31-Oct-2017Optimal Bayesian estimators for latent variable cluster modelsRastelli, RiccardoFriel, Nial
25-Oct-2018Clinician perceptions of a prototype wearable exercise biofeedback system for orthopaedic rehabilitation: a qualitative explorationArgent, RobSlevin, PatrickBevilacqua, AntonioCaulfield, Brianet al.
20-Oct-2018Using an industry-ready AR HMD on a real maintenance task: AR benefits performance on certain task steps more than othersPringle, AndrewCampbell, Abraham G.Hutka, StefanieKeane, Mark T.
29-Oct-2018The Role of Surprise in Learning: Different Surprising Outcomes Affect Memorability DifferentiallyFoster, Meadhbh I.Keane, Mark T.
Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 20 of 356