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  • Torre, Giuseppe; Andersen, Kristina; Baldé, Frank (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2016)
    Michel Waisvisz's The Hands is one of the most famous and long-lasting research projects in the literature of digital music instruments. Consisting of a pair of data gloves and exhibited for the first time in 1984, The ...
  • Fernström, Mikael; Brazil, Eoin; Bannon, Liam J. (IEEE Computer Society, 2005)
    We examine the use of auditory display for ubiquitous computing to extend the boundaries of human-computer interaction (HCI). Our design process is based on listening tests, gathering free-text identification responses ...
  • O'Shea, Kim (University of Limerick, 2020)
    This thesis explores collaborative housing in an Irish context through an ethnographic study with a Limerick-based collaborative housing action and research group. It investigates the current models of housing provision ...
  • Hagan, Kerry L (Electroacoustic Music Studies Network, 2014)
    This paper is predicated on the argument that real-time computer-generated music exists on a spectrum of liveness . First, a brief discussion of liveness situates the question of liveness in real-time computer music. Then, ...
  • Wang, Xianfan; Farrell, Gerald; Lewis, Elfed; Tian, Ke; Yuan, Libo; Wang, Pengfei (IEEE Computer Society, 2017)
    A novel relative humidity sensor based on a singlemode-side polished multimode-singlemode (SSPMS) fibre structure coated with gelatin material is reported. The sensing principle and fabrication method of the proposed sensor ...
  • Fitzgerald, Jeannie; Ryan, Conor (2013)
    In Machine Learning classification tasks, the class imbalance problem is an important one which has received a lot of attention in the last few years. In binary classification, class imbalance occurs when there ...
  • Zhang, Haiyang; Ganchev, Ivan; Nikolov, Nikola S.; Ji, Zhanlin; Ó'Droma, Máirtín (Hindawi Publishing Corporation: Wiley Hindawi Partnership, 2017)
    With the development of ubiquitous computing, recommendation systems have become essential tools in assisting users in discovering services they would find interesting. This process is highly dynamic with an increasing ...
  • O'Sullivan, Patrick; Connolly, Anne; Carroll, Noel; Richardson, Ita (Association for Computing Machinery, 2016)
    In this paper, we discuss how IBM is working with Lero – the Irish Software Research Centre and the Ireland Smart Aging Exchange. The proposed project will observe, analyse and coordinate Smarter Care models as they ...
  • Lynch, Raymond; Patten, James Vincent; Hennessy, Jennifer (Taylor and Francis, 2013)
    Background: This article considers the impact of differential task difficulty on student engagement and progression within an Irish primary school context. Gaining and maintaining student engagement during learning tasks ...
  • Griffin, Joe; Grodzinsky, Frances; Jefferies, Pat (ETHICOMP, 2002)
    Concerns about the increased use and abuse of information technology have evolved into more formalized evaluations of computer ethics in many organizations. This trend extends to most of the universities where they provide ...
  • Donnellan, Brian; Fitzgerald, Brian; Lake, Brian; Sturdy, John (IEEE Computer Society, 2005)
    The concept of knowledge bases originated in artificial intelligence as one side of expert systems-namely, the fundamental body of knowledge available to a domain. KBs are particularly appropriate in knowledge-intensive ...
  • Elgenaidi, Walid; Newe, Thomas; O'Connell, Eoin; Fraifer, Muftah; Mathur, Avijit; Toal, Daniel; Dooly, Gerard (INTECH, 2017)
    There has been a significant increase in the implementation of wireless sensor networks (WSNs) in different disciplines, including the monitoring of maritime environments, healthcare systems and industrial sectors. WSNs ...
  • Torre, Giuseppe; Cappelli, Marco (2012)
    Impromptus#1 Marco Cappelli: Guitar and EFX Giuseppe Torre: Live Electronics Duo free-form impro for the video work: HEAVEN and EARTH MAGIC by Harry Smith. For this live performance I had the honour to play with ...
  • Griffin, Joe (Univeristy of LImerick, 2009)
    This research examines the use of ICT to support a group-based pedagogy in Professional Issues in Software Engineering (PISE). The research was conducted over eight cycles of teaching and uses an action research methodology ...
  • Dantas, Rafael; Exton, Chris; Le Gear, Andrew (2017)
    Maintaining consistent VoIP quality is a challenging task, especially where it is carried using a mobile internet connection. With greater than 50% of the world’s mobile user population using older GSM incarnations, ...
  • Parnas, David Lorge (2003)
    This paper provides an introduction to the Software Quality Research Laboratory at the University of Limerick.
  • O'Shea, Kim; Avram, Gabriela; O'Murchú, Nora (2019)
    Collaborative housing constitutes a premise for groups of individuals to self-manage and self-build their own housing according to their own needs. It creates opportunities for social innovation and embracing other sharing ...
  • Fitzgerald, Brian (Informing Science Institute, 2003)
    As an applied discipline, the gap between IS theory and practice is a potentially worrying one. This special series focuses on this gap, and the papers published consider the problems in some detail and how they might ...
  • Exton, Chris; Storey, Margaret-Anne; Desmond, Michael; IRCSET (University of Limerick, Department of Computer Science & Information Systems, 2010)
    When exploring source code in modern integrated development environments (IDEs), programmers are prone to disorientation, a state of ‘mental lostness’ which disrupts concentration and task focus. Disorientation can result ...
  • Neville, Karen; Fitzgerald, Brian (Informing Science Institute, 2002)
    The significance of information technology (IT) for modern business and, indeed, research in general cannot be questioned, as its sheer pervasiveness adequately attests. However, simplistic views of technological utopianism ...

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