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Terminology and Knowledge Engineering Conference 2010 - Proceedings
By: Fionnuala De Barra-Cusack , Una Bhreathnach
01 Aug 2010 - Fiontar DCU
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CIICT 2009: Proceedings of the China-Ireland Information and Communications Technologies Conference
By: Adam Christopher Winstanley
30 Sep 2009 - National University of Ireland, Maynooth, Faculty of Philosophy
PPPJ '02 2002: Principles and Practice of Programming in Java 2002
By: James F. Power , John T. Waldron
13 Jun 2002 - National University of Ireland, Maynooth, Faculty of Philosophy
Proceedings of the Twelfth Irish Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science: AICS-
By: Diarmid O'Donoghue
01 Sep 2001 - National University of Ireland, Maynooth, Faculty of Philosophy
05 Sep 2001 - National University of Ireland, Maynooth, Faculty of Philosophy
TLAD: Teaching Learning and Assessment of Databases
By: Una O'Reilly , Richard Cooper
05 Jul 2005 - Higher Education Academy Subject Network for Information and Computer Sciences
The Nerds Survival Guide: Chronicles of Journeys to Madness and Back
By: D, J Barrow
21 Feb 2006 - Aria Software Ireland Ltd
Proceedings of In-Use, In-Situ: Extending Field Research Methods Workshop
By: Amaldi Paola , Gill Satinder , Bob Fields , B.L. William Wong
27 Oct 2005 - Higher Education Academy Subject Network for Information and Computer Sciences
Proceedings of AIS Sigsand European Symposium on Systems Analysis and Design, Galway, Ireland, June
By: Michael Lang , Briony J. Dates , Keng Siau
01 Jun 2006 - Centre for Innovation & Structural Change (CISC)
IMVIP 2006: Proceedings of the Irish Machine Image Processing Conference
By: Derek Molloy , Ovidiu Ghita , Robert Sadleir
01 Aug 2006 - Vision Systems Group
IST-Africa 2006 Conference Proceedings
By: Paul Cunningham , Miriam Cunningham
03 May 2006 - IIMC International Information Management Corporation Ltd
Computers in Ireland
By: F.G. Foster
01 Dec 1977 - Economic & Social Research Institute
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