This is a video submission to ACEMS for Women in Maths day, 2020 with a poem written by Kerri Morgan and Elicia Lanham. Footage from the video was incorporated into a video by Tim Macuga prepared for ACEMS.
Wednesday 13 May 2020 – 11:00am – 12:00pm The Mathematics Research Lab welcomes Joanne Hall from RMIT to present some of her recent research on graduate skills. Abstract Technical cyber-defence is often insufficient to protect a system as most cyber security incidences involve a human who takes an erroneous action or regrettable decision. To address […]
Wednesday 6 May 2020 – 11:00am – 12:00pm The Mathematics Research Lab welcomes Daniel Horsley from the School of Mathematics at Monash University to share his research. Abstract Covering arrays are combinatorial objects used for designing testing procedures to determine whether faults are present in complex systems. In particular, they are used extensively in software […]
Maths Seminar Series: Radko Mesiar, STU in Bratislava – Aggregation functions: recent results and trends, links to fuzzy set theory
Friday 14 February 2020 – 11:00am – 12:00pm The Mathematics Research Lab welcomes Radko Mesiar from STU in Bratislava to present his research (part of a double seminar). Abstract We bring an overview of some recent new concepts, results and trends in the aggregation theory. In particular, we focus on monotonicity issues in aggregation, including […]
Maths Seminar Series: Andreas Stathopoulos, College of William and Mary – State-of-the-art SVD for Big Data
Friday 14 February 2020 – 10:00am – 11:00am The Mathematics Research welcomes Andreas Stathopoulos from College of William and Mary to present his research (part of a double session). Abstract The singular value decomposition (SVD) is one of the core computations of today’s scien- tiic applications and data analysis tools. The main goal is to […]
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.