Computing and Information Systems - Research Publications
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From repose to restless in the digital cemetery
(Praeger Publishers, 2014)
An argumentative knowledge-based model construction approach for Bayesian networks
In this paper, an argumentative knowledge-based model construction (KBMC) technique for Bayesian networks is presented. This approach allows an agent to collect and instantiate the most accepted subset of an imperfect ...
An argumentation-based interpreter for Golog programs
This paper presents an argumentation-based interpreter for Golog programs. Traditional Golog interpreters are not designed to find the most preferred executions of a program from the perspective of an agent. Existing ...
Relaxing regression for a heuristic GOLOG
(IOS Press, 2010)
GOLOG is an agent programming language designed to represent complex actions and procedures in the situation calculus. In this paper we apply relaxation-based heuristics – often used in classical planning – to find (near) ...
Optimising the interpretation of Golog programs with argumentation
This paper presents some preliminary work toward the development of an argumentative interpreter for Golog programs. Traditional Golog interpreters are not designed to find the most preferred executions of a program from ...
Assessing and controlling risks associated with Denial of Service (DoS) attacks on organizational networks
and control of information security risks have emerged as a primary mean by which organizations secure information infrastructure. Key assets are identified and protected as a part of risk management strategy. In this ...
Implications of social media networks on information security risks
The user base of Social Media Networks (SMN) has grown dramatically over the last 10 years, with the Facebook platform alone commanding 18% of the world’s population as active users. Thus SMN provide a mechanism to disseminate ...
Information security culture as an enabler: addressing the gap between organisational knowledge sharing and information security
Knowledge sharing is a vital business strategy that creates value for an organisation. It also leads to accidental or deliberate loss of information and knowledge. With an ideal culture, the knowledge sharing barrier can ...