Category Archives: prototype

Context-Sensitive Call Control using Constraints and Rules


Telecommunications services like instant messaging or internet telephony bring increased flexibility to communicate at home, in the office or on the move. Their pervasiveness is also a source of disruptions and intrusions. Service providers are therefore looking for personalisation solutions … Continue reading

Posted in 2008, 2010, 61 Telecommunications, 61.2 Wireless Telecommunications, Choco, CP Conference, ECAI, J Information and Communications, JAIR, Network, prototype | Leave a comment

Short Article on CPTV


The work on CPTV (Constrained-Based Personalized TV Schedules) was sponsored by the Commercialization Fund of Enterprise Ireland, one of our national funding agencies, with support from the European Regional Development Fund. In the July/August issue of EI’s magazine, Technology Ireland, … Continue reading

Posted in 2009, 59 Motion pictures video and TV, 59.1 Motion pictures video and TV programmes, ECLiPSe, J Information and Communications, prototype, Scheduling, Uncategorized | Leave a comment

More on Stand Allocation


Last week I talked about airport stand allocation, the parking problem for airplanes at an airport. Over the weekend I dug out the original publication for this problem, a joint paper with Mehmet Dincbas on the APACHE Demonstrator for Air … Continue reading

Posted in 1991, 51 Air Transport, 51.1 Passenger Air Transport, Assignment, ASTAIR, CHIP, H Transportation and Storage, prototype | Leave a comment

Personalized TV Schedules


Whether you receive TV programmes through DVB-T, cable or satellite, you may be able to receive hundreds of channels with a wide variety of programs. Traditional program guides, whether printed in magazine form or on-line as a grid based program … Continue reading

Posted in 2010, 59 Motion pictures video and TV, 59.1 Motion pictures video and TV programmes, ECLiPSe, J Information and Communications, prototype, Scheduling | 1 Comment