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This conference seeks to draw together contemporary research and practice to inform current approaches to understanding violence and aggression in our society.
CTEHR involved in innovative project launched by BBC Learning and the Wellcome Trust, designed to get young children excited about science.
In the digital community category, Coventry University's 'Petals' app, created to help protect young girls and women from female genital mutilation, beats stiff competition.
For the 6th edition of the Digital Echoes Symposium, C-DaRE are looking to unearth more uses and distribution of digital dance data.
Co-lead of the Centre for Trust, Peace & Social Relations Professor Mike Hardy explains how we are trapped in our identities in a recent TEDx Talk.
We are continuing to make a substantial contribution to some of today’s most challenging issues – that’s why we’re putting ground-breaking research at the heart of everything we do. You can discover our research in a number of ways; take a look at our people, projects, news or events by browsing through the research directories, explore our different areas of research or read some of our spotlight features to discover our latest cutting edge thinking. Read more...
The main Objective for this research is that the development of ambient information systems based on computational intelligence approaches can provide a methodology to model collaborative activities; cognition, information distribution and exchange among staff involved in dementia care tasks. These intelligent systems can then be used to automatically identify and mitigate issues related to poor information transference, interpretation (human to human and system to human), process management and cognitive capacity and patient related needs.
This project aims at exploring innovative techniques for Deep Realistic Reinforcement Learning applications that can take DRL to the next level. The project will establish dynamic learning techniques for interaction between two robots to teach each and learn from each other.
The motivation for this proposal is to combine intelligent approaches such as neural and fuzzy logic to recognise the affective state of the participants and from this feedback to the participants in the distant interaction to aid the communication.
The proposed research aims to monitor and model of user level sentiment influencing their behaviours through the use of personal and pervasive computing artefacts and novel computational intelligence techniques. Generate more effective recommendation delivery based on identifying users current needs, activity and usage patterns of ubiquitous computing artefacts.
The main objectives of this research are: to develop recommender systems for retrieval and reengineering of code based on implicit feedback; to develop the knowledge base for the recommendation systems through user studies during software development tasks; to analyse correlation between the retrieved source code, user query and user profile and to test and evaluate the approach using traditional IR metrics.