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Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) research requires a multi-disciplinary approach. The core concept harnesses brain wave activity to enable a user to interact with devices without the need for physical activity. There are many possible benefactors of such technology, including rehabilitation, supporting disabled people in everyday activities and the gaming(More)
Modern business methods apply micro management techniques to all aspects of systems development. We investigate the use of product measures during the intra-release cycles of an application as a means of assessing release readiness. The measures include those derived from the Chidamber and Kemerer metric suite and some coupling measures of our own. Our(More)
This paper describes a study to assess the reliability of a CMMI<sup>reg</sup> ARC 1.1 Class C process appraisal method called Express Process Appraisal (EPA). The EPA was developed by the Centre for Software Process Technologies to address the process improvement appraisal needs of small to medium sized software development organisations in Northern(More)
Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCI) are seen as a potential solution in overcoming some of the restraints that individuals with highly restricted movement face in their daily life; for instance the ability to operate appliances independently, to communicate, and to access forms of entertainment. Recently in the laboratory many successes have been reported and(More)