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Qualitative and semi quantitative systems approaches to complex systems modelling – Intuitive and flexible models of biological systems
(Lincoln University, 2018)
Biological systems such as cell cycle are complex systems consisting of an enormous number of elements. These elements interact in ways that produce nonlinear and complex systems behaviour such as oscillations. A number ...
Investigating interactive visualisation in a Cloud computing environment
(Lincoln University, 2010)
Scientists working with large datasets without a desktop with advanced capacity may not be able to visualise the simulation output efficiently. This is because visualisation of large datasets is computationally intensive ...
Malay named entity recognition based on rule-based approach
(IACSIT Press, 2014-06)
A Named-Entity Recognition (NER) is part of the process in Text Mining and it is a very useful process for information extraction. This NER tool can be used to assist user in identifying and detecting entities such as ...
Reflection on teaching IT for non-computing students
This paper reflects on the first semester of teaching an introductory computing courses using a non-traditional approach. For several years’ the institution offered two computing courses, introduction to computing and ...
Document recommender agent based on hybrid approach
(IACSIT Press, 2014-04)
As Internet continues to grow, user tends to rely heavily on search engines. However, these search engines tend to generate a huge number of search results and potentially making it difficult for users to find the most ...
A content validity approach to creating an end-user computer skill assessment tool
(Computing and Information Technology Research and Education, New Zealand (CITRENZ), 2015)
Practical assessment instruments are commonly used in the workplace and educational environments to assess a person's level of digital literacy and end-user computer skill. However, it is often difficult to find statistical ...