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An Adaptive Mechanism for Web Browser Cache Management
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We use the WebAgent simulator to model the dynamics of document selection and modification and propose a mechanism for adaptive caching. Expand
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Intelligent web caching using document life histories: A comparison with existing cache management techniques
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We propose the use of an intelligent, adaptive cache management technique to overcome the coherence problem by using document life h stories to optimise cache performance. Expand
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Interactions Between Dissolved Organic Matter and Mercury
Effective management strategies for mitigating mercury (Hg) contamination of game fish in South Florida require understanding of the factors and processes resulting in the transport and controllingExpand
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The Self Regulated Community of Learning within 3D Virtual Learning Environments
This paper investigates Self Regulated Learning (SRL) in 3D Virtual Learning Environments (3D VLEs). The theory of the Self Regulated Community of Learning (SRCL) proposed in this paper is within theExpand
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Exp1: A Comparison Between a Simple Adaptive Caching Agent Using Document Life Histories and Existing Cache Techniques
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We propose the use of an intelligent, adaptive cache management technique to overcome the coherence problem by using document life histories to optimise cache performance. Expand
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Understanding student engagement in 3D virtual learning environments
With the growing movement to deliver learning at a distance, one particular technology, 3D virtual learning environments (VLEs) is being investigated as a means to supplement campus-based learning.Expand
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Ensuring student engagement in 3 D virtual learning environments
Internet and Web 2.0 technologies have contributed significantly to distance learning and completely changed how people interact online, and in turn, the role of the tutor as facilitator is given aExpand
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Editorial: games, Ghandi and wrecked trains
  • M. Reddy
  • Computer Science
  • The Computer Games Journal
  • 1 March 2013
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By the time you read this, one of the best computer games degrees in the UK (at the University of Wales Newport) will be no more, owing more to the achievements and commitment of students, than those of the teaching staff. Expand