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Yu, Yu-Ning and Doctor, Faiyaz and Fan, Shou-Zen and Shieh, Jiann-Shing (2018) 'An Adaptive Monitoring Scheme for Automatic Control of Anaesthesia in dynamic surgical environments based on Bispectral Index and Blood Pressure.' Journal of Medical Systems, 42 (5). ISSN 0148-5598

Iqbal, Rahat and Grzywaczewski, Adam and Halloran, John and Doctor, Faiyaz and Iqbal, Kashif (2017) 'Design implications for task-specific search utilities for retrieval and re-engineering of code.' Enterprise Information Systems, 11 (5). 738 - 757. ISSN 1751-7575

Mahmud, Shahid and Iqbal, Rahat and Doctor, Faiyaz (2016) 'Cloud enabled data analytics and visualization framework for health-shocks prediction.' Future Generation Computer Systems, 65. 169 - 181. ISSN 0167-739X

Akuma, Stephen and Iqbal, Rahat and Jayne, Chrisina and Doctor, Faiyaz (2016) 'Comparative analysis of relevance feedback methods based on two user studies.' Computers in Human Behavior, 60. 138 - 146. ISSN 0747-5632

Book Section

Meza-Higuera, Jesus A and Zamudio-Rodriguez, Victor M and Doctor, Faiyaz and Lino-Ramirez, Carlos and Baltazar-Flores, Rosario and Rojas-Dominguez, Alfonso (2018) 'Modeling Independence and Security in Alzheimer's Patients Using Fuzzy Logic.' In: Wister, M and Pancardo, P and Acosta, F and Hern√°ndez, JA, (eds.) Intelligent Data-Centric Systems. Academic Press, 243 - 256. ISBN 978-0-12-812130-6

Conference or Workshop Item

Salinas, Jose Antonio Pacheco and Rodriguez, Victor Manuel Zamudio and Araiza, Miguel Angel Casillas and Flores, Maria Del Rosario Baltazar and Ramirez, Carlos Lino and Callaghan, Victor and Doctor, Faiyaz (2014) Towards the Minimization of Cyclic Instability Using Embedded Algorithms. In: 2014 International Conference on Intelligent Environments (IE), June 30 2014-July 4 2014, Shanghai.

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