One of our Bsc students in Computer Science, Rebecca Tickle, has published a journal paper from her dissertation supervised by Isaac Triguero. Her work has been accepted for publication in the Cognitive Computation journal, indexed in SCI and Scopus:
R. Tickle, I. Triguero, G. P. Figueredo, M. Mesgarpour, and R. I. John, "PAS3-HSID: A Dynamic Bio-Inspired Approach for Real-time Hot Spot Identification in Data Streams", Cognitive Computation, in press 2019.
In this paper, Rebecca presented a dynamic bio-inspired approach to detect hot spots in big data streams. The proposed approach has been applied to a real-world problem presented by the Fleet Management company Microlise, and they have adopted this solution on their systems.
This is a big achievement, considering that Cognitive computation is one of the high impact refereed international journals (Impact Factor 3.479) of Springer and attracts a large number of high quality submissions in the field of bio-inspired computation.
Posted on Wednesday 27th February 2019