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Does anyone want to talk to me? : Reflections on the use of assistance and companion robots in care homes
(The Society for the Study of Artificial Intelligence and the Simulation of Behaviour (AISB), 2015-04)
The Long March or Bold Strokes : Comparing Strategies for Adopting EVS Learning Technology at a UK University
(ACPI (Academic Conference Publishing International), 2014-10)
In recent years there has been much encouragement to investigate the use of classroom technologies to enhance the student learning experience especially in the STEM subjects but now extending across other subject areas as ...
Companion robots for elderly people : Using theatre to investigate potential users' views
A theatre production of a play illustrating the functionality, social and ethical aspects of robots helping with aspects of elderly care was presented at a residential care home. The audience consisted of mainly elderly ...
In memory of Manny Lehman, 'Father of Software Evolution'
The importance and pervasiveness of software systems makes software engineering a driver of the progress of humanity. Prof. Manny Lehman, with his constant, competent and passionate work, laid the foundation for an ...
The impact of a realistic cache structure on a high performance Superscalar architecture
(University of Hertfordshire, 1998)
Despite the widely held belief that the most limiting factor in processor performance is the memory hierarchy, much of the recent research into multiple instruction issue techniques assumes a perfect cache structure with ...