Browsing by Author "Taube-Schock, Craig"

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  • Can we avoid high coupling?

    Taube-Schock, Craig; Walker, Robert J.; Witten, Ian H. (Springer-Verlag, 2011)
    It is considered good software design practice to organize source code into modules and to favour within-module connections (cohesion) over between-module connections (coupling), leading to the oft-repeated maxim "low ...
  • Improving access to large-scale digital libraries through semantic-enhanced search and disambiguation

    Hinze, Annika; Taube-Schock, Craig; Bainbridge, David; Matamua, Rangi; Downie, J. Stephen (ACM, 2015)
    With 13,000,000 volumes comprising 4.5 billion pages of text, it is currently very difficult for scholars to locate relevant sets of documents that are useful in their research from the HathiTrust Digital Libary (HTDL) ...
  • Patterns of Change: Can modifiable software have high coupling?

    Taube-Schock, Craig (University of Waikato, 2012)
    There are few aspects of modern life that remain unaffected by software, and as our day-to-day challenges change, so too must our software. Software systems are complex, and as they grow larger and more interconnected, ...
  • Seeding strategies for semantic disambiguation

    Hinze, Annika; Bainbridge, David; Wilkins, Rebekah; Taube-Schock, Craig; Downie, J. Stephen (ACM, 2018)
    Semantic disambiguation determines the meaning of words and phrases in a text, for which we use an automatically-generated Concept-in-Context (CiC) network. Words and phrases rarely belong to a single concept; disambiguation ...