Christopher W. Nell

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Sophisticated empirical methods based upon automated experimental analysis techniques drive the<lb>development of high-performance solvers for an increasing range of problems from industry and<lb>academia. However, tools implementing these methods are often difficult to develop and to use.<lb>This thesis describes work towards addressing this issue. First,(More)
With the increasing popularity of online collaborative tagging services, the study of user tagging behavior is of significant interest. A model of vocabulary evolution is described from the literature, re-interpreted using game theoretic concepts, and tested via simulation. Refinements are motivated in view of the nature of collaborative tagging and in(More)
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