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School of Engineering and Computing Sciences (ECS)

Research news

Recent publications

  • Liu, Ke, Gong, Dunwei, Meng, Fanlin, Chen, Huanhuan & Wang, Gai-Ge (2017). Gesture segmentation based on a two-phase estimation of distribution algorithm. Information Sciences 394-395: 88-105.
  • Dabrowski, Konrad K., Golovach, Petr A., van 't Hof, Pim, Paulusma, Daniël & Thilikos, Dimitrios M. (2017). Editing to a Planar Graph of Given Degrees. Journal of Computer and System Sciences 85: 168-182.
  • Drolia, M., Mohamed, M.S., Laghrouche, O., Seaid, M. & Trevelyan, J. (2017). Enriched finite elements for initial-value problem of transverse electromagnetic waves in time domain. Computers and Structures 182: 354-367.
  • Stewart, I.A. (2017). Sufficient conditions for Hamiltonicity in multiswapped networks. Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing 101: 17-26.
  • Zhang, W., Zhao, Y., Breckon, T.P. & L. Chen (2017). Noise Robust Image Edge Detection based upon the Automatic Anisotropic Gaussian Kernels. Pattern Recognition 63(8): 193-205.
  • Coombs, W. M. (2017). Continuously unique anisotropic Critical State hyperplasticity. International Journal for Numerical and Analytical Methods in Geomechanics 41(4): 578-601.
  • Hen-Jones, R. M., Hughes, P. N., Stirling, R. A., Glendinning, S., Chambers, J. E., Gunn, D. A. & Cui, Y.J. (2017). Seasonal effects on geophysical-geotechnical relationships and their implications for Electrical Resistivity Tomography monitoring of slopes. Acta Geotechnica
  • Golovach, P.A. & Mertzios, G.B. (2017). Graph editing to a given degree sequence. Theoretical Computer Science 665: 1-12.
  • Xu, S. J., Zhang, W. G., Gan, L., Li, M. G. & Zhou, Y. (2017). Experimental study of ow around polygonal cylinders. Journal of Fluid Mechanics 812: 251-278.
  • Groves, C (2017). Simulating charge transport in organic semiconductors and devices: a review. Reports on Progress in Physics 80(2): 026502.

Top cited article 2005-2010

Dr Magnus Bordewich, and his co-author Dr Charles Semple (Canterbury University, New Zealand), have received the 'Discrete Applied Mathematics top cited article 2005-2010' award from Elsevier for their paper entitled:

Computing the minimum number of hybridisation events for a consistent evolutionary history, Discrete Applied Mathematics, 155(8):914-928 (2007).