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Research Publications 1995

  • Amor, R., Augenbroe, G., Hosking, J., Rombouts, W. and Grundy, J. (1995) “Directions in modelling environments.” Automation in Construction 4, 173-187.
  • Apperley, M. and Masoodian, M. (1995) “An experimental evaluation of video support for shared work-space interaction.” Proc CHI'95 Conference Companion, Denver, Colorado, 306-307. ACM Press, New York.
  • Barbour, R. H. and O'Brien, R. (1995) “A low cost PC based technique for exploring changing water levels.” Proc Seventh Spatial Information Research Centre Colloquium, Dunedin, New Zealand, 337-347.
  • Bell, T. C., Moffat, A., Witten, I. H. and Zobel, J. (1995) “The MG retrieval system: compressing for space and speed.” Communications of the ACM 38(4), 41-42.
  • Cleary, J. G. (1995) “Constructive negation of arithmetic constraints.” Proc Interval Constraints Workshop, Portland, Oregon, 1-12.
  • Cleary, J. G. (1995) “A deductive solution to mutable mtate and I/O.” Proc Visions for the Future of Logic Programming Workshop, Portland, Oregon, 71-82.
  • Cleary, J. G., Irvine, S. and Rinsma-Melchert, I. (1995) “On the insecurity of arithmetic coding.” Computers and Security 14(2), 167-180.
  • Cleary, J. G., Pearson, M. and Kinawi, H. (1995) “The architecture of an optimistic CPU: the warp engine.” Mudge, T. and Shriver, B. D. (eds), Proc Twenty-eighth Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, vol 1, Hawaii, 163-172.
  • Cleary, J. G. and Teahan, W. J. (1995) “Experiments on the zero frequency problem.” Storer, J. A. and Cohn, M. (eds), Proc Data Compression Conference, Snowbird, Utah, 480-480. IEEE Computer Society Press, Los Alamitos, California.
  • Cleary, J. G., Teahan, W. J. and Witten, I. H. (1995) “Unbounded context lengths for PPM.” Storer, J. A. and Cohn, M. (eds), Proc Data Compression Conference, Snowbird, Utah, 52-61. IEEE Computer Society Press, Los Alamitos, California.
  • Cleary, J. G. and Trigg, L. (1995) “K*: an instance-based learner using an entropic distance measure.” Proc Machine Learning '95, Lake Tahoe, USA, 108-114.
  • Conklin, D. and Witten, I. H. (1995) “Multiple viewpoint systems for music prediction.” Journal of Music Research 24, 51-73.
  • Cunningham, S. J. (1995) “Textual data mining.” Proc Fifth International Artificial Intelligence and Statistics '94 Conference, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 168-174.
  • Cunningham, S. J. and Bocock, D. (1995) “Obsolescence of computing literature.” Scientometrics 34(2), 255-262.
  • Cunningham, S. J., Empson, N. and Kamau, R. (1995) “Bibliomania: what can we learn from the research literature?” New Zealand Journal of Computing 6(1A), 189-198.
  • Cunningham, S. J. and Summers, B. (1995) “Applying machine learning to subject classification and subject description for information retrieval.” Kasabov, N. K. and Coghill, G. (eds), Proc Second New Zealand International Two-Stream Artificial Neural Networks and Expert Systems Conference, Dunedin, New Zealand, 243-246.
  • de Wit, A. A. (1995) A preliminary investigation into modelling the scalable coherent interface using time warp. MSc Thesis, The University of Waikato.
  • Garner, S., Cunningham, S. J., Holmes, G., Nevill-Manning, C. and Witten, I. H. (1995) “Applying a machine learning workbench: experience with agricultural databases.” Proc Machine Learning in Practice Workshop of the Twelfth International Machine Learning Conference, Tahoe City, 14-21.
  • Gillgren, D. (1995) An investigation into the structure of crime data and it's integration with a geographical information system. MSocSci Thesis, The University of Waikato.
  • Gomes, F., Cleary, J., Covington, A., Franks, S., Unger, B. and Xiao, Z. (1995) “SimKit: a high performance logical process simulation class library in C++.” Proc Winter Simulation Conference, Washington, DC, 706-713.
  • Greenberg, S., Darragh, J. J., Maulsby, D. and Witten, I. H. (1995) “Predictive interfaces: what will they think of next?” Edwards, A. D. N. (ed), In Extra-ordinary human-computer interaction: interfaces for users with disabilities, 103-140. Cambridge University Press, York.
  • Grundy, J., Hosking, J., Fenwick, S. and Mugridge, W. (1995) “Connecting the pieces.” Burnett, M., Goldberg, A. and Lewis, T. (eds), In Visual object-oriented programming, 229-252. Greenwich CT, Manning/Prentice-Hall.
  • Grundy, J., Mugridge, W. B., Hosking, J. G. and Apperley, M. D. (1995) “Coordinating, capturing and presenting work contexts in CSCW systems.” Hasan, H. and Nicastri, C. (eds), Proc OZCHI'95 Conference, Wollongong, Australia, 146-151.
  • Grundy, J. C. and Hosking, J. G. (1995) “Software environment support for integrated formal program specification and development.” Proc 1995 Asia-Pacific Software Engineering Conference, Brisbane, Australia, 264-273. IEEE Computer Society Press, Los Alamitos, California.
  • Grundy, J. C. and Hosking, J. G. (1995) “ViTABaL: a visual language supporting design by tool abstraction.” Proc IEEE Visual Languages Symposium, Darmstadt, 53-60. IEEE Computer Society Press, Los Alamitos, California.
  • Grundy, J. C., Hosking, J. G., Mugridge, W. and Amor, R. (1995) “Keeping things consistent.” Proc Fourteenth NZCS Conference, Journal of Computing 6(1), Wellington, New Zealand, 353-362.
  • Grundy, J. C., Mugridge, W. B., Hosking, J. G. and Amor, R. W. (1995) “Support for collaborative, integrated software development.” Proc Seventh Software Engineering Environments Conference, The Netherlands, 84-94. IEEE Computer Society Press, Los Alamitos, California.
  • Grundy, J. C. and Venable, J. R. (1995) “Developing CASE tools which support integrated development notations.” Proc Sixth Next Generation of CASE Tools Workshop, Finland, 109-116.
  • Grundy, J. C. and Venable, J. R. (1995) “Providing integrated support for multiple development notations.” Iivari, J., Lyytinen, K. and Rossi, M. (eds), Proc Seventh International Conference on Advanced Information Systems Engineering (CAiSE'95), LNCS 932,Jyväskylä, Finland, 255-268. Springer-Verlag.
  • Hall, M. A. (1995) “Selection of attributes for modeling Bach Chorales by a genetic algorithm.” Kasabov, N. K. and Coghill, G. (eds), Proc Second New Zealand International Two-Stream Artificial Neural Networks and Expert Systems Conference, Dunedin, New Zealand, 182-185.
  • Hosking, J., Mugridge, W., Amor, R. and Grundy, J. (1995) “Keeping things consistent.” Proc Fourteenth NZCS, New Zealand Journal of Computing 6(1B), 353-362.
  • Hosking, J. G., Mugridge, W. B., Fenwick, S. and Grundy, J. C. (1995) “Cover your self with skin.” Hasan, H. and Nicastri, C. (eds), Proc OZCHI'95 Conference, Wollongong, Australia, 101-106.
  • Inglis, S. and Witten, I. H. (1995) “Eyeing up the Magic Eye.” New Zealand Science Monthly 6(4), 6-7.
  • Littin, R. H. (1995) Mathematical expression recognition: parsing pen/tablet input in real-time using LR techniques. MCMS Thesis, The University of Waikato.
  • Leung, Y. K., Spence, R. and Apperley, M. D. (1995) “Applying bifocal displays to topological maps.” International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction 7(1), 79-98.
  • Martin, B. (1995) Instance-based learning: nearest neighbour with generalisation. MSc Thesis, The University of Waikato.
  • Masoodian, M. and Apperley, M. (1995) “User perceptions of human-to-human communication modes in CSCW environments.” Maurer, H. (ed), Proc Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia Conference (ED-MEDIA '95), Austria, 430-435. AACE, Charlottesville, VA.
  • Masoodian, M., Apperley, M. and Frederickson, L. (1995) “Video support for shared work-space interaction: an empirical study.” Interacting with Computers 7(3), 237-253.
  • Maulsby, D. and Witten, I. H. (1995) “Learning to describe data in actions.” Friedrich, H. (ed), Proc Twelfth International Conference on Machine Learning Workshop: Learning from Examples vs Programming by Demonstration. Is Interaction the Key to (Better) Applications?, Lake Tahoe, 65-73.
  • McGregor, T. (1995) “ASN. 1.” Internet Australasia 1(9), 40-43.
  • McGregor, T. (1995) “ATM: big risks, big rewards.” Internet Australasia 1(2), 11-14.
  • McGregor, T. (1995) “Beginner's guide to Web page construction.” Internet Australasia 1(10), 68-71.
  • McGregor, T. (1995) “IPv6: the new generation.” Internet Australasia 1(12), 52-55.
  • McGregor, T. (1995) “Secure socket layer.” Internet Australasia 1(8), 34-37.
  • McGregor, T. (1995) “Taking the buzz out of the buzzwords.” Internet Australasia 1(6), 51-53.
  • Mehandjiska, D., Apperley, M. D., Phillips, C. H. E., Page, D. and Clark, P. (1995) “A methodology independent object oriented CASE tool.” New Zealand Journal of Computing 6(1A), 95-105.
  • Moffat, A., Neal, R. and Witten, I. H. (1995) “Arithmetic coding revisited.” Storer, J. A. and Cohn, M. (eds), Proc Data Compression Conference, Snowbird, Utah, 202-211. IEEE Computer Society Press, Los Alamitos, California.
  • Moody, D., Simsion, G., Shanks, G., Olson, N. and Venable, J. (1995) “Stakeholder perspectives in conceptual modelling.” Pervan, G. and Newby, M. (eds), Proc ACIA'95 Conference, Perth, Australia, 187-205.
  • Nevill-Manning, C. G., Holmes, G. and Witten, I. H. (1995) “The development of Holte's 1R Classifier.” Kasabov, N. K. and Coghill, G. (eds), Proc Second New Zealand International Two-Stream Conference on Artificial Neural Networks and Expert Systems,Dunedin, New Zealand, 239-242.
  • Nevill-Manning, C. G. and Witten, I. H. (1995) “Detecting sequential structure.” Friedrich, H. (ed), Proc Twelfth International Conference on Machine Learning Workshop: Learning from Examples vs Programming by Demonstration. Is Interaction the Key to (Better) Applications?, Lake Tahoe, 49-56.
  • Noble, J. and Grundy, J. (1995) “Explicit relationships in object oriented development.” Mingins, C., Duke, R. and Meyer, B. (eds), Proc TOOLS 18: Technology of Object-Oriented Languages and Systems Conference, 211-225. Prentice Hall.
  • Noble, J. and Grundy, J. (1995) “Explicit relationships inn object oriented development.” Mingins, C., Duke, R. and Meyer, B. (eds), Proc TOOLS Pacific '95: Technology of Object Oriented Languages and Systems (TOOLS 18), Melbourne, Australia, 211-225. Prentice Hall.
  • Pearson, M. (1995) “CAD for top down digital design - a tutorial.” Proc Second Electronics New Zealand Conference, Auckland, New Zealand, 101-106.
  • Reeves, S. (1995) “Better software in the future?” New Zealand Journal of Computing 6(1A), 53-58.
  • Reeves, S. (1995) “Computer support for students' work in a formal system: MacPICT.” International Journal of Mathematical Education in Science and Technology 26(2), 159-175.
  • Reeves, S. and Cranefield, S. (eds), (1995) Second New Zealand Computer Science Research Students' Conference Proceedings. Hamilton, New Zealand, 292 pages.
  • Smith, D. A. (1995) “A challenge for logic programming.” Smith, D. A., Ridoux, O. and Roy, P. V. (eds), Proc Visions for the Future of Logic Programming Workshop: Laying the Foundations for a Modern Successor to Prolog, Portland, Oregon, 1-11.
  • Smith, D. A., Ridoux, O. and Roy, P. V. (eds), (1995) Visions for the Future of Logic Programming: Laying the Foundations for a Modern Successor to Prolog. Portland, Oregon, 121 pages.
  • Smith, T. (1995) “Modeles de generation de poesie.” Lenoble, M. and Vuillemin, A. (eds), In Littératuree et informatique: la littérature générée par ordinateur, 203-217. Artois Presses Université, Arras.
  • Smith, T. C. (1995) “A genetic algorithm for the induction of natural language grammars.” Proc IJCAI-95 Workshop on New Approaches to Learning for Natural Language Processing, Montreal, Canada, 17-24.
  • Smith, T. C. and Holmes, G. (1995) “Subset selection using rough numberic dependency.” Proc Symposium on Intelligent Data Analysis (IDA-95), Baden-Baden, Germany, 191-195.
  • Smith, T. C. and Witten, I. H. (1995) “Probability-driven lexical classification: a corpus-based approach.” Proc Second Pacific Association for Computational Linguistics Conference (PACLING-95), Brisbane, Australia, 271-283.
  • Tian, Y. Q. (1995) Reliable distributed computing in parallel processing systems. PhD Thesis, The University of Waikato.
  • van Walraven, M. (1995) An ultra-small micro-kernel with address spaces decoupled from processes. MSc Thesis, The University of Waikato.
  • Venable, J. R. and Grundy, J. C. (1995) “Integrating and supporting entity relationship and object role models.” Papazoglou, M. P. (ed), Proc Fourteenth International Object-Oriented and Entity-Relationship Modeling Conference (OOER'95), LNCS 1021, Gold Coast, Australia, 318-328. Springer-Verlag.
  • West, D., Mellon, L., Cleary, J., Ramsey, J. and Hofman, J. (1995) “Infrastructure for rapid execution of strike-planning systems.” Proc Winter Simulation Conference, Washington, DC, 1207-1214.
  • Witten, I. H. (1995) “PBD systems: when will they ever learn?” Friedrich, H. (ed), Proc Twelfth International Conference on Machine Learning Workshop: Learning from Examples vs Programming by Demonstration. Is Interaction the Key to (Better) Applications?,Lake Tahoe, 1-9.
  • Witten, I. H., Cunningham, S. J., Vallabh, M. and Bell, T. C. (1995) “A New Zealand digital library for computer science research.” Proc Digital Libraries Conference (DL'95), Austin, Texas, 25-30.
  • Witten, I. H., Moffat, A. and Bell, T. C. (1995) “Compression and full-text indexing for digital libraries.” Adam, N. R., Bhargava, B. K. and Yesha, Y. (eds), Proc Digital Libraries Workshop (DL'94), Current Issues, Selected Papers, LNCS 916, Newark, New Jersey, 181-201. Springer-Verlag.
  • Wood, J. (1995) “Student-centred school timetabling.” Proc Thirty-first Annual Operational Research Society of New Zealand Conference, Wellington, New Zealand, 285-290.
  • Xiao, Z., Cleary, J., Gomes, F. and Unger, B. (1995) “A fast asynchronous GVT algorithm for shared memory multiprocessor architectures.” Proc Nineth Parallel and Distributed Simulation Workshop, Lake Placid, NY, 203-208.