Elsevier Journal Paper "Highly Downloaded"8th October 2013
Today we were notified that our paper 'The impact of agricultural activities on water quality: A case for collaborative catchment-scale management using integrated wireless sensor networks' is the 12th most downloaded article in the Elsevier Journal on Computers and Electronics in Agriculture over the previous 90 days.
Computers and Electronics in Agriculture
Edit: as of October 2013, the paper has received 482 views.
Edit: as of December 2013, the paper has received 791 views, and is the 16th most downloaded article in the Elsevier Journal on Computers and Electronics in Agriculture over the previous 90 days.
A copy can also be downloaded from our institutional ePrints repository, using the link below.
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D4 2011 (HG WELLS): Back to the Future27th May 2011
Second-year Electronics students were presented with a testing and unusual 'time-travel' challenge in this year's Systems Design Exercise. Known to generations of students as 'D4', the project was sponsored for the second time by Detica, with components provided by TI.
Working in teams of four to six students for just 11 days, the students were asked to use state-of-the-art components to build a handheld video game system that could be taken back in time and marketed competitively in 1985. Ju... [more]
PRiME featured on Cover of New Electronics14th October 2014
We were recently interviewed by the New Electronics magazine, who was interested in our research on the PRiME (Power and Reliability in Many-core Embedded systems) project. As a result, it was featured as a cover-story in the 14 October 2014 issue.
Specifically to me, the article comments:
A future challenge for many core systems is that application developers will face architectures that are changing all the time and it is unrealistic to expect them to alter their code constantly to deal ... [more]