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Interpretive accounts and fairy tales: a critical polemic against the empiricist bias in interpretive IS research
(Palgrave Macmillan, 2014)
In 1995, Geoff Walsham wrote one of the most important and most widely cited papers on interpretivism in information systems (IS). Walsham’s paper, along with his further work, represents a cornerstone of the discourse ...
A social network analysis trust-consensus based approach to group decision-making problems with interval-valued fuzzy reciprocal preference relations
A social network analysis (SNA) trust-consensus based group decision making model with intervalvalued fuzzy reciprocal preference relation (IFRPR) is investigated. The main novelty of this model is that it determines the ...
History of cluster analysis
On the contribution of defense innovation to China’s economic growth
(Taylor and Francis, 2014)
Daily discharge estimation at ungauged river sites using remote sensing
(John Wiley & Sons, 2014-12-17)
A methodology is developed to estimate daily river discharge at an ungauged site using remote sensing data. Use is made of ERS-2 and ENVISAT satellite altimetry to provide a time series of river channel stage levels and ...
Head tracked auto-stereoscopic displays.
(Information Science Reference/IGI Global, 2014)
Optimized Artificial Neural Network Using Differential Evolution for Prediction of RF Power in VHF/UHF TV and GSM 900 Bands for Cognitive Radio Networks
(14th UK Workshop on Computational Intelligence UKCI2014, 2014-09)
Cognitive radio (CR) technology has emerged as a promising solution to many wireless communication problems including spectrum scarcity and underutilization. The knowledge of Radio Frequency (RF) power (primary signals ...
A new gaze points agglomerative clustering algorithm and its application in regions of interest extraction
In computer vision applications it is necessary to extract the regions of interest in order to reduce the search space and to improve image contents identification. Human-Oriented Regions of Interest can be extracted by ...
Differential Evolution Schemes for Speech Segmentation: A Comparative Study
(IEEE Press, 2014)
This paper presents a signal processing technique for segmenting short speech utterances into unvoiced and voiced sections and identifying points where the spectrum becomes steady. The segmentation process is part of a ...