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  • Abid, Saad bin (2010)
    Features implementing the functionality in a software product line (SPL) often interact and depend on each other. It is hard to maintain the consistency between feature dependencies on the model level and in the actual ...
  • Arshak, Khalil; Adepoju, Francis (IEEE Computer Society, 2008)
    In this paper, we present a series of experimental results of tracking an embedded sensor object similar in physical characteristics to telemetry capsules in the gastro-intestinal (GI) tract using radio frequency ...
  • Murphy, Finbarr; Sheehan, Barry; Mullins, Martin; Bouwmeester, Hans; Marvin, Hans J.P.; Bouzembrak, Yamine; Costa, Anna L.; Das, Rasel; Stone, Vicki; Tofail, Syed A.M. (SpringerOpen, 2016)
    While control banding has been identified as a suitable framework for the evaluation and the determination of potential human health risks associated with exposure to nanomaterials (NMs), the approach currently lacks any ...
  • Trifonov, Hristo Georgiev (2017)
    Traffic-Aware Adaptive Polling Mechanism for High Performance Packet Processing Hristo Trifonov The work described in thesis concerns the topical subject area of SDN (software defined networking), in particular the Data ...
  • Dangel, Ulrich; McDonagh, Patrick; Murphy, Liam (2013)
    In this paper, we introduce some Dublin-specific public traffic data sets and analyse traffic data by linking it with other, non-traffic related datasets. We explain irregularities in observed journey times with weather ...
  • Ghaith, Shadi; Wang, Miao; Perry, Philip; Murphy, John (Springer, 2014)
    The software and hardware systems required to deliver modern Web based services are becoming increasingly complex. Management and evolution of the systems requires periodic analysis of performance and capacity to maintain ...
  • Taylor, Adam; Duparic, Ivana; Galván-López, Edgar; Clarke, Siobhán; Cahill, Vinny (2013)
    Transfer Learning(TL) has been shown to significantly accelerate the convergence of a reinforcement learning process. TL is the process of reusing learned information across tasks. Information is shared between a ...
  • Monahan, Darren (School of Architecture, University of Limerick, 2013)
    This thesis studies the transformation of matter through a kinetic force. Matter and energy are critical in this discourse, as a means of empirical evidence, where the acquisition of knowledge is gained through experimentation ...
  • Fitzgerald, Brian (Management Information Systems Research Center, University of Minnesota, 2006)
    A frequent characterization of open source software is the somewhat outdated, mythical one of a collective of supremely talented software hackers freely volunteering their services to produce uniformly high-quality software. ...
  • Webb, Rosemarie; Avram, Gabriela; Buron, Javier; Joyce, Aisling (Springer, 2018)
    The Adaptive Governance Lab at the School of Architecture at University of Limerick has been working collaboratively with local government officials and community activists on action research projects co-designing with ...
  • MacMahon, Silvana Togneri; Mc Caffery, Fergal; Keenan, Frank (Euro SPI, 2013)
    Efficiencies in patient care can be achieved through interoperability of medical devices. Patient safety is the key concern during the design and manufacture of medical devices with medical devices being subject to stringent ...
  • Ceveron, Gonzalez Maria T. (University of Limerick, 2011)
    The kidney is one of the most important organs in the body, responsible for regulating the volume and composition of the extracellular fluid; excreting metabolic waste (as urine) and foreign substances; and also producing ...
  • Anwar, Nargis; Vagin, Mikhail; Laffir, Fathima R.; Armstrong, Gordon; Dickinson, Calum; McCormac, Timothy (Royal Society of Chemistry, 2012)
    A conducting polymer was used for the immobilization of various transition metal ion-substituted Dawson-type polyoxometalates (POMs) onto glassy carbon electrodes. Voltammetric responses of films of different thicknesses ...
  • Gleeson, James P. (2009)
    The motion of overdamped particles in a one-dimensional spatially-periodic potential is considered. The potential is also randomly-fluctuating in time, due to multiplicative colored noise terms, and has a deterministic ...
  • Casey, Katherine; Lichrou, Maria; Fitzpatrick, Colin (Elsevier, 2019)
    Small Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (sWEEE) is a particularly problematic category of electronic waste. A growing body of research indicates that sWEEE tends to be either stockpiled or disposed of improperly ...
  • Treescape 
    McLaughlin, Michael (School of Architecture, University of Limerick, 2012)
    By the beginning of the twentieth century, 1% of forested landscape was left in Ireland. It consisted of ‘native’ and ‘naturalised’ species. Since then there has been an effort to bring forest cover back. (currently at ...
  • Walsh, M; Hanrahan, J.P.; O'Malley, L; Moles, Richard (De Gruyter Open, 2016)
    The frequency of individual plant species at ground level and the species composition of the unimproved vegetation on a western hill farm, stocked with Scottish Blackface sheep, were monitored from 1995 to 2008. Performance ...
  • Cellai, Davide; Lawlor, Aonghus; Dawson, Kenneth A; Gleeson, James P. (American Physical Society, 2011)
    k-core percolation is an extension of the concept of classical percolation and is particularly relevant to understand the resilience of complex networks under random damage. A new analytical formalism has been recently ...
  • Corrigan, Michele A.; Johnson, Gillian P.; Stavenschi, Elena; Riffault, Mathieu; Labour, Marie-Noëlle; Hoey, David A. (Nature Publishing Group, 2018)
    Skeletal homeostasis requires the continued replenishment of the bone forming osteoblast from a mesenchymal stem cell (MSC) population, a process that has been shown to be mechanically regulated. However, the mechanisms ...
  • Allen, John (School of Architecture, University of Limerick, 2012)
    Societies in Ireland are at a turning point. The fast and furious economically driven building trade of the past 20 odd years has eventually calmed down. Now we (by ‘we’ I mean people, not just architects) can now move ...

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