Insight - Centre for Data Analytics - Journal Articles

Insight - Centre for Data Analytics - Journal Articles

 

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  • Montazery, Mojtaba; Wilson, Nic (Elsevier, 2020-10-19)
    One natural way to express preferences over items is to represent them in the form of pairwise comparisons, from which a model is learned in order to predict further preferences. In this setting, if an item a is preferred ...
  • Wilson, Nic; George, Anne-Marie; O'Sullivan, Barry (College Publications, 2017)
    Preference Inference involves inferring additional user preferences from elicited or observed preferences, based on assumptions regarding the form of the user’s preference relation. In this paper we consider a situation ...
  • Wilson, Nic; Marinescu, Radu (Elsevier B.V., 2020-07-08)
    This paper presents an axiomatic framework for influence diagram computation, which allows reasoning with partially ordered values of utility. We show how an algorithm based on sequential variable elimination can be used ...
  • Antunes, Mark; Armant, Vincent; Brown, Kenneth N.; Desmond, Daniel; Escamocher, Guillaume; George, Anne-Marie; Grimes, Diarmuid; O'Keeffe, Mike; Lin, Yiqing; O'Sullivan, Barry; Ozturk, Cemalettin; Quesada, Luis; Siala, Mohamed; Simonis, Helmut; Wilson, Nic (World Scientific Publishing Company, 2020-06-18)
    This paper describes a maintenance scheduling application, which was developed together with an industrial partner. This is a highly combinatorial decision process, to plan and schedule the work of a group of travelling ...
  • Tedesco, Salvatore; Crowe, Colum; Ryan, Andrew; Sica, Marco; Scheurer, Sebastian; Clifford, Amanda M.; Brown, Kenneth N.; O’Flynn, Brendan (MDPI, 2020-05-27)
    Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries are common among athletes. Despite a successful return to sport (RTS) for most of the injured athletes, a significant proportion do not return to competitive levels, and thus RTS ...

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