Browsing by Author "Bell, Timothy C."

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  • Compression and full-text indexing for Digital Libraries

    Witten, Ian H.; Moffat, Alistair; Bell, Timothy C. (Springer, 1995)
    This chapter has demonstrated the feasibility of full-text indexing of large information bases. The use of modern compression techniques means that there is no space penalty: large document databases can be compressed and ...
  • Explaining cryptographic systems

    Bell, Timothy C.; Thimbleby, Harold W.; Fellows, Mike; Witten, Ian H.; Koblitz, Neil; Powell, Matthew (Elsevier, 2003)
    Modern cryptography can achieve levels of security and authentication that non-specialists find literally incredible. Techniques including information-hiding protocols, zero-knowledge proofs and public key cryptosystems ...
  • Getting research students started: a tale of two courses

    Witten, Ian H.; Bell, Timothy C. (Department of Computer Science, University of Waikato, 1992)
    As graduate programs in Computer Science grow and mature and undergraduate populations stabilize, an increasing proportion of our resources is being devoted to the training of researchers in the field. Many inefficiencies ...
  • He ara hou ka tū mai: New Zealand institutions of higher learning unpacking demands and facilitating change

    Hearns, Merle; Diener, Scott; Honey, Michelle; Cockeram, Judy; Parsons, David; Champion, Erik; Schott, Gareth R.; Falloon, Garry; Thompson, David; Bell, Timothy C.; Grimley, Mick; Green, Richard; Cochrane, Todd; Davis, Niki; Morrow, Donna; Corder, Deborah; Mackey, Alice U.; Clear, Tony; Philpott, Anne; Davies, Roy; Loke, Swee Kin; Atkins, Clare; Gregory, Sue (Leishman Associates, 2011)
    The Virtual Worlds Working Group began with the DEHub research consortium in November 2009. In December 2010, New Zealand joined the VWWG. This paper highlights the current work of the NZ based members of the group and ...
  • Identifying music documents in a collection of images

    Bainbridge, David; Bell, Timothy C. (University of Victoria, 2006)
    Digital libraries and search engines are now well-equipped to find images of documents based on queries. Many images of music scores are now available, often mixed up with textual documents and images. For example, using ...