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(University of St Andrews, 2019-06-26) - ThesisThis thesis considers information leakage in cloud virtually isolated networks. Virtual Network (VN) Isolation is a core element of cloud security yet research literature shows that no experimental work, to date, has been ...
(University of St Andrews, 2019-06-26) - ThesisFull Coverage Displays (FCDs), which cover the interior surface of a room with display pixels, can create novel user interfaces taking advantage of natural aspects of human perception and memory which we make use of in our ...
Automatically improving constraint models in Savile Row through associative-commutative common subexpression elimination (Springer, 2014-09-08) - Conference itemWhen solving a problem using constraint programming, constraint modelling is widely acknowledged as an important and difficult task. Even a constraint modelling expert may explore many models and spend considerable time ...
(2014-04) - Journal articleQualitative modelling is a technique integrating the fields of theoretical computer science, artificial intelligence and the physical and biological sciences. The aim is to be able to model the behaviour of systems without ...
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