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School of Engineering and Computing Sciences (ECS)

Research news

Recent publications

  • Foster, T.M., Mohamed, M.S., Trevelyan, J., Coates, G., Spence, S.H. & Walker, S.K. (2015). Interactive three-dimensional boundary element stress analysis of components in aircraft structures. Engineering Analysis with Boundary Elements 56: 190-200.
  • Mouton, A. & Breckon, T.P. (2015). Materials-based 3D segmentation of unknown objects from dual-energy computed tomography imagery in baggage security screening. Pattern recognition 48(6): 1961-1978.
  • Johnson, M., Paulusma, D. & van Leeuwen, E.J. (2015). Algorithms for diversity and clustering in social networks through dot product graphs. Social Networks 41: 48-55.
  • Martin, B. & Paulusma, D. (2015). The computational complexity of disconnected cut and 2K2-partition. Journal of Combinatorial Theory, Series B 111: 17-37.
  • Giani, Stefano (2015). hp-Adaptive composite discontinuous Galerkin methods for elliptic eigenvalue problems on complicated domains. Applied mathematics and computation In Press.
  • Peake, M.J., Trevelyan, J. & Coates, G. (2015). Extended isogeometric boundary element method (XIBEM) for three-dimensional medium-wave acoustic scattering problems. Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 284: 762-780.
  • Couturier, J., Golovach, P.A., Kratsch, D. & Paulusma, D. (2015). List Coloring in the Absence of a Linear Forest. Algorithmica 71(1): 21-35.
  • Mertzios, G.B., Shalom, M., Voloshin, A., Wong, P.W.H. & Zaks, S. (2015). Optimizing busy time on parallel machines. Theoretical Computer Science 562: 524-541.
  • Diwan, G.C., Mohamed, M.S., Seaid, M., Trevelyan, J. & Laghrouche, O. (2015). Mixed enrichment for the finite element method in heterogeneous media. International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 101(1): 54-78.
  • Dai, S., Augarde, C.E., Du, C. & Chen, D. (2015). A fully automatic polygon scaled boundary finite element method for modelling crack propagation. Engineering Fracture Mechanics 133: 163-178.

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).