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Cyber-physical systems (CPS) are increasingly relied on to provide functionality and value to products, systems, and infrastructure in sectors including transportation (aviation, automotive, rail, and marine), health care, manufacturing, and electrical power generation and distribution. [1] In this paper, we describe the critical importance of systems(More)
Setting up corpora is a laborious process, requiring time and resources. One problem we may find is that once a corpus has been created, in a very short time its static nature may not reflect the way language is currently used. This raises the question of how to make corpusbuilding a dynamic process, which may be exploited in a number of ways, including(More)
  • John Wade
  • Journal of healthcare information management…
  • 2002
Healthcare is essentially an information industry that is seeking to automate its processes and use Internet technology to support its consumers. The healthcare industry understands that, without computerization, it would be nearly impossible to reduce medical errors, analyze the delivery of care, and provide real-time clinical decision support to(More)
Following the success of the inaugural Australian Peptide Symposium in 1994 at Daydream Island and the equally successful second and third symposia at Fraser Island (1996) and Laguna Quays (1998), the 4th International Australian Peptide Conference was held at Club Med, Lindeman Island, Queensland, from 7–12 October, 2001. This outstanding venue, which is(More)