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Technical Publications List

Author

N. Puzey







Date
January 2004

BAE SYSTEMS Reports have a number starting with “G”, “BT”, or “JS”.

Note this is not a complete list, only the more significant publications related to actual projects
that were worked o
n are included. Items 3


75 relate to my employment at BAE SYSTEMS.

1.

Form Vision in Insects and Humans, J. Scot. Assoc. of Opticians, Dec. 1974, 10
--
17.

2.

Spatial and Temporal Frequency Response in the Locust Eye, M.Phil Thesis (CNAA)
Glasgow College of Tech
nology, September 1977.

3.

Extensions to the application of current models of visual perception

Part1
--

Orientation
-
specific receptive fields of striate cortex units, Ref: 821/G313, August 1978.

4.

Lynx visual detectability study, BT 10702, July 1980.

5.

Multiple
target experiment, M.O.D. Contract No. MGW 11B/897, BT 10772, August
1980.

6.

The use of VISIVE to predict visual performance using image intensifiers, M.O.D.
Contract No. ML31B/234, BT 10792, August 1980.

7.

Detection of horizontal bars etc.

Possible applicatio
ns to helicopter acquisition, BT
11288, December 1980.

8.

The application of signal detection theory to recognition experiments, Inf. Note, March
1981.

9.

The current state of the VISIVE computer model, BT 13648, October 1982.

10.

Optical flow modelling proposals, B
T 13906, November 1982.

11.

Modifications to VISIVE for multiple glimpse processing etc., BT 14952, June 1983.

12.

Multiple glimpse processing of objects through VISIVE with a simulation of optical
flow, BT 15000, July 1983.

13.

An evaluation of the Buxton model for c
omputing depth from optical flow, Working
Note 821/HFNP1, September 1983.

14.

A Correspondence Method of Solution for Optical Flow using VISIVE, JS 10019,
February 1984.

15.

Methods of Computing the Sensor Motion Parameters and the Focus of Expansion of
Essentiall
y 2
--
D Flow Fields, Tech. Memo. 215, March 1986. This work was presented at
the Alvey Computer Vision and Image Interpretation Meeting held at Sussex University
15
th

--

18
th

September 1985.

16.

Combined Profile Finding and Feature Labelling from Image Data, JS
10824, April 1987.

17.

A Review of Model

Based Vision, JS10840, August 1987.

18.

An Evaluation of the GEC ISOR Software for 3
--
D Model Matching, Technical Memo.
No. 001, May 1988.

19.

The VISIVE Collection of Computer Vision and Image Processing Programs, JS10848,
May

1988.

20.

The GEC ISOR Software Evaluation Trials with Synthetic Data, JS11071, September
1988.

21.

Advanced Information Processing for Advanced Cockpit Research,
---

In Strict
Confidence
---

, JS11133, December 1988.

22.

Is Evolutionary Theory Relevant to Human Engi
neering Design?, Technical Memo. No.
004, July 1989.

23.

Data preparation for Automatic Scene Labelling, JS 11328, October 1989.

24.

Genetic Algorithm Research Tool, Applied Research Project Proposal, November 1989.

25.

Use of Physiological Indicators for Automatic R
ecognition of Human Mental States,
Technical Memo. TM AIP011, January 1990.

26.

A Review of Neural Network Architectures and their Applications, JS 11375, February
1990.

27.

An evaluation of the HIPS image classification software, JS 11433, September 1990.

28.

User Mo
dels and their possible application to AIP research projects, JS 11584, December
1990

29.

Ideas for Genetic Algorithm Research, JS 11710, May 1991.

30.

Stochastic methods in a factory environment, JS 11841, October 1991.

31.

Genetic Algorithms to solve the Travelling

Salesman Problem, JS 11875, February 1992.

32.

A Route Planning Genetic Algorithm, Technical Memo. No. 046, February 1992.

33.

MLT Algorithms applied to Design for Manufacture, ESPRIT Project report No.
BAE/P2154/mlt226/1, (co
-
author with T.J. Parsons), British A
erospace, April 1992.

34.

Satellite Power System Modelling with MOBAL, ESPRIT Project report No.
BAE/P2154/254/1, British Aerospace, October 1992.

35.

Satellite Power Subsystem Modelling with MOBAL

The First Domain Model, JS
12275, October 1992.

36.

Satellite Power S
ystem Domain Models using MOBAL

FINAL, ESPRIT Project report
No. BAE/P2154/254/1, British Aerospace, January 1993.

37.

MLT Algorithms applied to Design for Assembly, ESPRIT Project report No.
BAE/P2154/mlt226/1, (co
-
author with T.J. Parsons), British Aerospace
, January 1993.

38.

The Use of a Machine Learning Tool box on Industrial Applications, authors: N.J. Puzey,
T.J. Parsons, P.F. Sims, M. Green, and T. Brookes, Proceedings of the 5
th

IEEE
International Conference on Tools with Artificial Intelligence, BOSTON, p
p 145
--

149,
November 8
--

11, 1993.

39.

Industrial Applications: The Machine Learning Tool box Perspective. JS12611,
November 1993, authors: A.G. Murton, T.J. Parsons, P.F. Sims and N.J. Puzey.

40.

An Expert System for Fuselage Panel Re
-
design using Design for A
ssembly, Proceedings
of the Expert Systems 93 Conference

Applications and Innovations in Expert Systems,
St John’s College, Cambridge, organized by: BHR Group Ltd and the British Computer
Society, pp 253
--

265, 13
--

15 December, 1993.

41.

Automating Re
-
desig
n using MOBAL, JS12604, February 1994.

42.

Design For Assembly

Applications for Further Study, Data Capture and Analysis
Requirements, JS12866, June 1994.

43.

Design for Assembly
-

Generic Requirements for Automation and Results of a Specific
Study using AutoCAD,
JS13107, April 1995.

44.

Notes on Time Compression Working Note, Ref. 145121/WN/SRC/NP950221, February
1995.

45.

Notes on the Taguchi Method Working Note, Ref. 145121/WN/SRC/NP950309, March
1995.

46.

Outline Requirements for Feature
-
Based Design using CAD Working Note
, Ref.
145121/WN/SRC/NP950404, latest revision

August 1995.

47.

Proposals for SRC work on FEAST Working Note, Ref. 145121/WN/SRC/NP950831,
August 1995.

48.

A Simple Scheme to Combine Automated DFA with Suggestions for Re
-
design, CEEDA
Conference Proceedings, 18
-
-
19 January1996, pp 73
--
78.

49.

New DFMA Methodologies for Aerospace Work Programme, JS13451, June 1996.

50.

New DFMA Methodologies for Aerospace

Results of 1996 Study, JS13681, April
1997.

51.

A rev
iew of current DFMA software products and the SRC DFA tool, Technical Memo,
October 1997.

52.

Proceedings of the SRC Workshop on Cost Estimation and CAE Tools. Organized and
chaired by N. Puzey at Sowerby Research Centre on 24
th

February 1998.

53.

Retaining indivi
dual’s knowledge, Technical Memo, Ref.
148121/COMMS/SRC/NP980326, March 1998.

54.

Report on the 1998 Practical Application of Knowledge Management Conference,
JS13943, April 1998.

55.

Web
-
based Knowledge Servers, IEE Colloquium visit report, Technical Memo, Ref.
1
48121/COMMS/SRC/NP980630, June 1998.

56.

AgentWare Evaluation Plan, Technical Memo, Ref. 148121/COMMS/SRC/NP980713,
July 1998.

57.

Knowledge Management for Concorde, Technical Memo, Ref.
148121/COMMS/SRC/NP980729, (DRAFT) July 1998.

58.

A Proposal for a System of Syst
ems Knowledge Base, Memo, Ref. SOSKB981111,
November 1998.

59.

Concorde Servicing Knowledge Base, DRAFT Joint Project Proposal with Airbus, Ref.
149121/COMMS/SRC/NP990219, March 1999.

60.

Knowledge Management Event
--

Olympia 24
th

March 99, Ref.
149121/COMMS/SRC/N
P990325, March 1999.

61.

Knowledge Management in Support of Research

First annual review, JS14097, April
1999.

62.

Notes on a demo of Polydoc document management solutions, Ref.
149121/MEMO/990519, May 1999.

63.

Proposal for a standard contents list for CASDAM website
s, Ref. 149121/MEMO/90625,
August 1999.

64.

Investigation into Methods for Communication between an MS Access Database and the
Internet, JS 14264, August 1999.

65.

An overview of current research at Cambridge University Engineering Design Centre for
the University

Technology Partnership for Design, JS 14265, September 1999.

66.

An evaluation of Software Tools to support Corporate Knowledge Management
Strategies: InQuery and Portal
-
in
-
a
-
Box, JS 14347, February 2000.

67.

A Knowledge Management Demonstrator for Engineering, J
S 14604, April 2001.

Various unclassified reports supporting the Human Factors
Virtual Maintainability

Project were completed in Jan


Feb 2001, including:



Task 2.5: Review Current Capabilities for the Designer's Assistant



Task 7.1 Engineer's Assistant Req
uirements



Task 8.2 Report, Review Industry Standards

68.

Investigation of Problem Solving Databases, JS 14707, December 2001.

69.

Animal Navigation Models for Robot Control (with J. Cullingford), Quick Look BBT
report, Contract No. 10254, December 2001.

70.

Wrote sign
ificant sections of the
Agents State of the Art
review document for the IAS SO,
covering: Agents in Design and Manufacture, Agents in Practice (Ch3), Machine
Learning work at SRC, Ontologies, and Emergent Behaviour, December 2001.

71.

Problem Solving Database
,
JS 14347, July 2001

72.

Developing a Knowledge Management Portal for the ATC, JS 14729, June 2002.

73.

Chapters 5 and 6 of the ATC Battlespace Information & Knowledge (BIK) Strategic
Option, Project Number: 103732, State
-
Of
-
The
-
Art Review Of Information &
Knowl
edge Technologies (Deliverable D5.1) on
Information Management Tools

and
Expert Systems
. Sept 2002.

74.

A Knowledge Management Portal for Engineering, in Procs. CE2002 Conf. Advances in
Concurrent Engineering, pp 529


534, 2002.

75.

Interoperable Knowledge Pilot
Study (for EU Cordis FW6 Project). Technical Report,
November 2002.