Insight Centre for Data Analytics - Conference Items

Insight Centre for Data Analytics - Conference Items

 

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  • de Givry, S.; Schiex, T.; Schutt, A.; Simonis, Helmut (2020-09)
    In this paper we describe different constraints and models for the conference paper assignment problem. While the core problem is a simple flow problem, additional constraints often arise to tailor a solution to specific ...
  • Khokhlova, Liudmila; Belcastro, Marco; Torchia, Pasqualino; O'Flynn, Brendan; Tedesco, Salvatore (Springer, 2021-05-05)
    Lower-limbs kinematics and muscle electrical activity are typically adopted as feedback during rehabilitation sessions or athletes training to provide patients’ progress evaluation or athletic performance information. ...
  • Huang, Hong; Climent, Laura; O'Sullivan, Barry (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, IEEE, 2017-11)
    Many real-life problems can be formulated as boolean satisfiability (SAT). In addition, in many of these problems, there are some hard clauses that must be satisfied but also some other soft clauses that can remain unsatisfied ...
  • Prestwich, Steven D.; Fajemisin, Adejuyigbe O.; Climent, Laura; O'Sullivan, Barry (Springer, 2015-09)
    We are working with a company on a hard industrial optimisation problem: a version of the well-known Cutting Stock Problem in which a paper mill must cut rolls of paper following certain cutting patterns to meet customer ...
  • Pagalyte, Elinga; Mancini, Maurizio; Climent, Laura (Association for Computing Machinery, ACM, 2020-10)
    Game flow represents a state where the player is neither frustrated nor bored. In turn-based battle video games it can be achieved by Dynamic Difficulty Adjustment (DDA), whose research has begun rising over the last decade. ...

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