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Current research areas include bioinformatics, computer architecture, computer vision, distributed systems, graphics and human-computer interaction, logic and semantics, machine learning, natural language processing, networking and wireless communication, operating systems and virtualization, programming, security, and sustainable computing

The Computer Laboratory undertakes research in a broad range of subjects within the disciplines of Computer Science, Engineering, Technology, and Mathematics. Current research areas include bioinformatics, computer architecture, computer vision, distributed systems, graphics and human-computer interaction, logic and semantics, machine learning, natural language processing, networking and wireless communication, operating systems and virtualization, programming, security, and sustainable computing.

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  • Wireless Communication in Vehicles 

    Herbert, Steven (2015-05-16)
    There is an increasing interest in the deployment of wireless communication systems in vehicles. The motivation for this work is to provide a fundamental characterisation of the in-vehicle Electromagnetic (EM) wave propagation ...
  • A microprogrammed operating system kernel 

    Herbert, Andrew Jame (1979-03-19)
    The subject of the thesis is the design and implementation of an operating system kernel for the Cambridge Capability Computer (CAP). The kernel of an operating syst em is its most primitive level of facilities and forms ...
  • Control of Energy Storage with Market Impact: Lagrangian Approach and Horizons 

    Gibbens, Richard John; Cruise, James; Flatley, Lisa; Zachary, Stan
    We study the control of large scale energy storage operating in a market. Re-optimization of deterministic models is a common pragmatic approach when prices are stochastic. We apply Lagrangian theory to develop such a model ...
  • Operating system support for warehouse-scale computing 

    Schwarzkopf, Malte (2018-11-24)
    Modern applications are increasingly backed by large-scale data centres. Systems software in these data centre environments, however, faces substantial challenges: the lack of uniform resource abstractions makes sharing ...

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