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A middleware approach to building content-centric applications Download (pdf, 2.28 MB)
A practical semantic representation for natural language parsing Download (pdf, 1.47 MB)
A theory of mediating connectors to achieve interoperability (1 download) Download (pdf, 6.45 MB)
A user-assisted approach to multiple instrument music transcription (2 downloads) Download (pdf, 2.69 MB)
Advanced computational methods for massive biological sequence analysis Download (pdf, 4.92 MB)
Analysing film content: A text-based approach Download (pdf, 2.88 MB)
Analysis and synthesis of communication-intensive heterogeneous real-time systems Download (pdf, 5.03 MB)
Architectures for congestion-sensitive pricing of network services Download (pdf, 2.14 MB)
Automated parameter selection for segmentation of tube-like biological structures using optimization algorithm and MDL Download (pdf, 7.85 MB)
Automatic chord transcription from audio using computational models of musical context Download (pdf, 8.03 MB)
Automatic transcription of polyphonic music exploiting temporal evolution Download (pdf, 2.20 MB)
Building blocks for multi-hop and mobile ad hoc networks with free space optics Download (pdf, 1.57 MB)
CERES in higher-order logic Download (pdf, 843 KB)
Coalgebraic tools for bisimilarity and decorated trace semantics Download (pdf, 1.09 MB)
Combining static and dynamic typing in Ruby Download (pdf, 763 KB)