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Bossley, K. M. (1996) Regularisation theory applied to neurofuzzy modelling. Technical Report , UNSPECIFIED, University of Southampton.

Bullock, S. and Cliff, D. (1996) Modelling biases and biasing models: The role of 'hidden preferences' in the artificial co-evolution of symmetrical signals. Technical Report (Cognitive Science Research Paper) 414, School of Cognitive & Computing Sciences, University of Sussex, UK.

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Dale, J. (1996) Achieving User Interface Heterogeneity in a Distributed Environment. Technical Report , UNSPECIFIED, University of Southampton.

Dale, J. (1996) A Mobile Agent Architecture to Support Distributed Resource Information Management. Masters thesis, UNSPECIFIED.

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Lander, R. J. P., Emeleus, C. J., Parker, E. H. C., Whall, T. E., Kennedy, G. P., Sidek, R. and Evans, A. G. R. (1996) A sutdy of Hall and field effect mobilities in a Si/Si0.8Ge0.2 p channel MOS heterostructure.

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Sivess, V. J. D. (1996) Non-functional Requirements in the Software Development Process. Software Quality J., 5 (4). pp. 285-294. ISSN ISSN 0963-9314

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Transistors, A. o. S. O. S. E. t. t. F. o. F. S. A. S. B. (1996) UNSPECIFIED

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Visavadia, K. and Brown, M. (1996) An Analysis of the Capabilities of Fuzzy PID Controllers. In: Fuzzy Logic Controllers in Practice. pp. 1-6.

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