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Mustaza, Seri M., Saaj, Chakravarthini M., Comin, Francisco J., Albukhanajer, Wissam A., Mahdi, Duale and Lekakou, Constantina (2018) Stiffness Control for Soft Surgical Manipulators International Journal of Humanoid Robotics, 15 (5), 1850021.

Albukhanajer, Wissam, Jin, Yaochu and Briffa, JA (2017) Classifer Ensembles for Image Identifcation Using Multi-objective Pareto Features Neurocomputing, 238. pp. 316-327.

Albukhanajer, WA, Briffa, JA and Jin, YAOCHU (2014) Evolutionary Multiobjective Image Feature Extraction in the Presence of Noise IEEE Transactions on Cybernetics, 45 (9). pp. 1757-1768.

Conference or Workshop Item

Mustaza, S, Mahdi, D, Saaj, CM, Albukhanajer, W, Lekakou, C, Elsayed, Y and Fras, J (2015) Tuneable Stiffness Design of Soft Continuum Manipulator In: 8th International Conference on Intelligent Robotics and Applications, 2015-08-24 - 2015-08-27, Portsmouth, UK.

Albukhanajer, WA, Jin, Y and Briffa, JA (2015) Trade-off between computational complexity and accuracy in evolutionary image feature extraction.

Albukhanajer, WA, Jin, Y, Briffa, JA and Williams, G (2012) Evolutionary Multi-Objective Optimization of Trace Transform for Invariant Feature Extraction In: 2012 IEEE congres on Evolutionary Computation (CEC), 2012-06-10 - 2012-06-15, Brisbane, Australia.

Albukhanajer, W, Jin, Y, Briffa, JA and Williams, G A Comparative Study of Multi-Objective Evolutionary Trace Transform Methods for Robust Feature Extraction

Thesis

Albukhanajer, Wissam A. (2015) Multi-objective feature extraction and ensembles of classifiers for invariant image identification. Doctoral thesis, University of Surrey.

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