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[1] S. An, W. Q. Liu, and S. Venkatesh. Fast cross-validation algorithms for least square support vector machine and kern el ridge regression. Pattern Recognition, 2007. To appear.
[2] Sebastian Lühr, Geoff West, and Svetha Venkatesh. Recognition of emergent human behaviour in a smart home: A data mining approach. Pervasive and Mobile Computing, 3(2):95-116, March 2007.
[3] S. Moncrieff and S. Venkatesh. Film audio pace. International Journal of Intelligent Systems Technologies and Applications (IJISTA), Special issue on Large Scale Pattern Recognition and Distributed Intelligent Systems, 3(3/4):296-308, 2007.
[4] S. Moncrieff, S. Venkatesh, and G. West. On-line audio background determination for complex audio environments. ACM Transactions on Multimedia Computing, Communications and Applications (TOMCCAP), 3(2):1-30, May 2007.
[5] S. Moncrieff, S. Venkatesh, G. West, and S. Greenhill. Multi-modal emotive computing in a smart house environment. Pervasive and Mobile Computing, Special issue on Design and Use of Smart Environments, 3(2):74-94, March 2007.
[6] D.E. Riedel, S. Venkatesh, and W. Liu. Recognising spatial activities using a bioinformatics inspired sequence alignment approach. Pattern Recognition, 2007. Submitted to.
[7] D.E. Riedel, S. Venkatesh, and W. Liu. Threshold dynamic time warping for spatial activity recognition. The International Journal of Information and Systems Sciences, 3(3):392-405, 2007.
[8] Ba Tu Truong and Svetha Venkatesh. Video abstraction: A systematic review and classification. ACM Transactions on Multimedia Computing, Communications and Applications (ACM TOMCCAP), 3(1), Jan 2007.

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