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  • Janota, Mikolas; Lynce, Inês; Manquinho, Vasco; Marques-Silva, Joao (IOS Press, 2012)
    This paper presents PackUp1. (PACKage UPgradability with Boolean formulations) a framework for solving the the software package upgradability problem. Earlier versions of the framework (cudf2msu, cudf2pbo) participated ...
  • Cfarku, Denada; Taher, Yehia; Haque, Rafiqul; Van den Heuvel, Willem-Jan; Papazoglou, Michael P (Springer, 2012)
    The increasing complexity of the business transaction results in a higher potential risk in terms of SLA violation. The fulfillment of the QoS constraints specified in global SLA can be threatened at any time by ...
  • Wang, Xiaofeng; Ó Conchúir, Eoin; Vidgen, Richard (2008)
    An ongoing debate on agile methods focuses on the contradictions in software development, especially responding to change vs. following a plan, and people vs. processes. Unlike the ‘either-or’ perspective adopted in the ...
  • Atachiants, Roman; Doherty, Gavan; Gregg, David (IEEE Computer Society, 2016)
    The shift towards multicore processing has led to a much wider population of developers being faced with the challenge of exploiting parallel cores to improve software performance. Debugging and optimizing parallel ...
  • Kreutzer, Cornelia; Walker, Jacqueline; O'Neill, Michael (International Conference on Audio, Language and Image Processing (ICALIP), 2008)
    We introduce a reduced parameter synthesis model for the spectral synthesis of musical sounds, which preserves the timbre and the naturalness of the musical sound. It also provides large flexibility for the user and reduces ...
  • Rivero, Andres E.; Weaver, Paul M.; Cooper, Jonathan E.; Woods, Benjamin KS. (SAGE, 2018)
    Camber morphing aerofoils have the potential to significantly improve the efficiency of fixed and rotary wing aircraft by providing significant lift control authority to a wing, at a lower drag penalty than traditional ...
  • Moriarty, Briain (School of Architecture, University of Limerick, 2012)
    This essay initially examines how the body experiences place, and whether through an analysis of this, a new way of adding value to spaces of supermodernity can occur. Spaces of supermodernity include airports, motorways, ...
  • Cogoni, Giuseppi; de Souza, Brian P.; Frawley, Patrick J. (Elsevier, 2015)
    Plug Flow Crystallizers (PFCs) are one of the most widely employed forms of continuous crystallizers. PFCs are usually selected for processes with fast kinetics and short residence times. One key limitation of PFCs is that ...
  • Cogoni, Giuseppi; Frawley, Patrick J. (American Chemical Society, 2015)
    An artificial neural network (ANN) approach to reconstruct the particle size distribution (PSD) is proposed in this paper. This novel technique has been applied for acetaminophen crystallization in ethanol. Several ...
  • Hutton, Kieran W; Mitchell, Niall A; Frawley, Patrick J. (Elsevier, 2012)
    Numerical simulation of typical chemical engineering processes, such as crystallisation, liquid-liquid extraction, milling and other multi-phase operations in which exist discrete and continuous phases are highly computationally ...
  • Brosnan, Stephanie (University of Limerick, 2011)
    Total soil respiration (RTOT) has two components; heterotrophic (RH) and autotrophic (RA) respiration. We aim to partition the components of RTOT in a beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) forest using a trenching experiment. The ...
  • Ramsey, David (Elsevier, 2012)
    A model of partnership formation based on two traits, called beauty and character, is presented. There are two classes of individual and partners must be of di erent classes. Individuals prefer prospective partners with ...
  • Alpern, S.; Katrantzi, I.; Ramsey, David (Elsevier, 2013)
    We analyze a model of partnership formation in which players’ preferences are based on the age of a prospective partner. There are two classes of individuals, called for convenience here male and female. Males and females ...
  • Wijaya, Christian (University of Limerick, 2014)
    Aortic tissue exhibits highly nonlinear elastic and anisotropic mechanical behaviour. Those characteristics are provided by its constituents such as collagen and elastin. Yet the mechanisms of deformation of this material ...
  • Adley, Catherine C. (MDPI, 2014)
    Microbial contamination management is a crucial task in the food industry. Undesirable microbial spoilage in a modern food processing plant poses a risk to consumers’ health, causing severe economic losses to the manufacturers ...
  • Ahmad, Aakash; Pahl, Claus (European Research Consortium for Informatics and Mathematics, 2012)
    Although architecture-centric maintenance and evolution is useful for adjusting software structure and behaviour at higher abstractions, this approach lacks the potential for systematic change reuse. The Pat-Evol project ...
  • Sullivan, Daniel K. (University of Limerick, 2010)
    This thesis examines how software professionals, working on a real software product, are aided by their work practices, on a daily basis, in dealing with the practical and local consequences of global distribution. We ...
  • Tuite, H.; Horgan, Mary; Mallon, P.W.G.; McConkey, S.J.; Mooka, B.; Mulcahy, F.; Walsh, Cathal Dominic; O'Hora, A.; O'Flanagan, D.; Bergin, C.; Fleming, C. (Irish Medical Organisation, 2015)
    This study describes the demographics and treatment status of HIV-infected adults accessing ambulatory care in the Republic of Ireland and estimates diagnosed HIV prevalence rates. 3254 HIV-infected adults attended 1 of ...
  • Ahmad, Aakash; Jamshidi, Pooyan; Pahl, Claus; Khaliq, Fawad (2013)
    Modern software systems are prone to a continuous evolution under frequently varying requirements. Architecture-centric software evolution enables change in system structure and behavior while maintaining a global view of ...
  • Gacitua-Decar, Veronica; Pahl, Claus (2008)
    Service architectures are an increasingly adopted architectural approach for solving the Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) problem originated by business process automation requirements. In previous work, we developed ...

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