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    • Calibrating animal-borne proximity loggers 

      Rutz, Christian; Morrissey, Michael Blair; Burns, Zackory; Burt, John; Otis, Brian; St Clair, James; James, Richard (2015-06) - Journal article
      1. Growing interest in the structure and dynamics of animal social networks has stimulated efforts to develop automated tracking technologies that can reliably record encounters in free-ranging subjects. A particularly ...
    • A component-based model and language for wireless sensor network applications 

      Dearle, Alan; Balasubramaniam, Dharini; Lewis, Jonathan Peter; Morrison, Ronald (IEEE Computer Society, 2008-07) - Conference item
      Wireless sensor networks are often used by experts in many different fields to gather data pertinent to their work. Although their expertise may not include software engineering, these users are expected to produce low-level ...
    • Fault detection for binary sensors in smart home environments 

      Ye, Juan; Stevenson, Graeme; Dobson, Simon (IEEE Computer Society, 2015-03-23) - Conference item
      Experiments in assisted living confirm that such systems can provide context-aware services that enable occupants to remain active and independent. They also demonstrate that abnormal sensor events hamper the correct ...
    • Processing and visualising association data from animal-borne proximity loggers 

      Bettaney, Elaine; James, Richard; St Clair, James; Rutz, Christian (2015-08-29) - Journal article
      Background With increasing interest in animal social networks, field biologists have started exploring the use of advanced tracking technologies for mapping social encounters in free-ranging subjects. Proximity logging, ...