William Andrew

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The objective of this paper is the fully automated visual identification of individual Holstein Friesian cattle from dorsal RGB-D imagery taken in real-world farm environments. Autonomous and non-intrusive cattle identification could provide an essential tool for economically-viable machinised farming analytics, social monitoring, cattle traceability, food(More)
  • W F Andrew
  • 1991
The FCS/APaCS system is a viable option for small-to medium-size hospitals (up to 400 beds). The table-driven system takes full advantage of IBM AS/400 computer architecture. A comprehensive application set, provided in an integrated database environment, is adaptable to multi-facility environments. Price/performance appears to be competitive. Commitment to(More)
The CIS selection process is a multi-million dollar project which has much in common with a hospital construction project. Both require careful planning to assure the hospital of the best system to meet its present and future needs. One way to do this is to organize a hospital's human resources to facilitate participatory management in the CIS selection(More)