Gleb Beliakov, Marek Gagolewski, Simon James Journal of Information Sciences https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ins.2019.11.024 Abstract The Sugeno integral is an expressive aggregation function with potential applications across a range of decision contexts. Its calculation requires only the lattice minimum and maximum operations, making it particularly suited to ordinal data and robust to scale transformations. However, for practical use […]
Funded by DSTG ALGORA Vicky Mak-Hau and Sergey Polyakovskiy This project aims to develop a highly intelligent planning tool that integrates simulation, optimisation and data analysis for the daily scheduling of training lessons while, at the same time, allocate limited resources under complex resource restrictions.
ARC Linkage Projects; Industry partner: Flag Explore Yong Xiang, Wanlei Zhou, Gleb Beliakov and Longxiang Gao With the rapid growth of communication networks and the use of advanced multimedia technology, digital multimedia data can be easily copied, manipulated and distributed. This has led to strong demand for new techniques to prevent illegal use of copyrighted […]
ARC Discovery grant Julien Ugon, Marco Lopez-Cerdá, Nadeza Sukhorukova, Vera Roshchina, Jean-Pierre Crouzeix and Nira Dyn This project aims to solve open problems in multivariate and piecewise polynomial approximation – two directions that correspond to fundamental obstacles to extending classical approximation results. Through an innovative combination of optimisation and algebraic technique, this project intends to […]
14 November 2019 – Simon James will present the paper: D.L. Reinholz, Improving calculus explanations through peer review, The Journal of Mathematical Behavior, 44 (2016), 34 – 49.
Maths Seminar Series: Graham Farr, Monash University – Powerful Sets: A Generalisation of Binary Linear Spaces
Thursday 7 November 2019 – 2.00pm – 3.00pm The Mathematics Research Lab welcomes Graham Farr from Monash University to present his research. Abstract A set S of binary vectors, with positions indexed by E, is said to be a powerful code if, for all subsets X of E, the number of vectors in S that […]
30 October 2019 – Kerri Morgan will discuss the use of incorrect sample solutions for providing opportunities for learning in mathematics subjects.
Maths Seminar Series: Nadia Sukhorukova, Swinburne University of Technology – Optimisation in Real-Life Applications: Sleep and Disaster Management
Thursday 24 October, 2019 The Mathematics Research Lab welcomes Nadia Sukhorukova to present her research. Abstract In this presentation, Dr. Sukhorukova will talk about two large research projects. The irst project is application of optimisation to biomedical signal processing and classiication (done together with Dr. Zahra Roshan Zamir, graduated in December 2016). In this project […]
16 October 2019 – Julien Ugon will talk about: Barnett, J. H., Lodder, J., & Pengelley, D. (2014). The Pedagogy of Primary Historical Sources in Mathematics: Classroom Practice Meets Theoretical Frameworks.
Maths Seminar Series: Hoa Bui Tui, Federation University – On Fréchet Subdifferential Calculus with Applications to Nonsmooth and Nonconvex Optimization
Thursday 12 September 2019, 2.00pm – 3.00pm The Maths Research Lab welcomes Hoa Bui Tui to present her research. Abstract Most of optimization problems and many fundamental objects frequently appearing in the framework of variational analysis are non-smooth and non-convex. When dealing with non-smoothness, generalized subdifferential calculus becomes inevitably crucial. In this talk, we briely […]