People

Dr Martin Colley

Visiting Fellow
School of Computer Science and Electronic Engineering
Dr Martin Colley

Publications

Journal articles (5)

Al-Mulla, MR., Sepulveda, F. and Colley, M., (2011). Evolved pseudo-wavelet function to optimally decompose sEMG for automated classification of localized muscle fatigue. Medical Engineering and Physics. 33 (4), 411-417

Al-Mejibli, ISJ. and Colley, MJ., (2011). Maximum Production Of Transmission Messages Rate For Service Discovery Protocols. International Journal of Computer Networks & Communications. 3 (6), 19-38

Al-Mejibli, ISJ., Colley, MJ. and Al-Majeed, S., (2011). Networks Utilization Improvements For Service Discovery Performance. International Journal on Cloud Computing: Services and Architecture. 1 (3), 71-87

Al-Mulla, MR., Sepulveda, F. and Colley, MJ., (2011). A Review of Non-Invasive Techniques to Detect and Predict Localised Muscle Fatigue. Sensors. 2011 (11), 3545-3594

Al-Mulla, MR., Sepulveda, F. and Colley, M., (2011). An autonomous wearable system for predicting and detecting localised muscle fatigue. Sensors. 11 (2), 1542-1557

Book chapters (7)

Al-Mejibli, I., Colley, MJ. and Al-Majeed, S., (2012). Improve Service Discovery Performance over Different Networks Utilization and Sizes. In: Advances in Computer Science and Information Technology. Networks and Communications. Editors: Meghanathan, N., Chaki, N. and Nagamalai, D., . Springer. 181- 192. 978-3-642-27298-1

Al-Mejibli, I. and Colley, MJ., (2011). Predicting queue size to avoid message lose in service discovery protocols. In: 2011 Seventh International Conference on Intelligent Environments. Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). 314- 317. 9780769544526

Al-Mulla, MR., Sepulveda, F. and Colley, MJ., (2011). sEMG based Techniques to Detect and Predict Localised Muscle Fatigue. InTech

Al-Meljibli, I. and Colley, MJ., (2010). Evaluating Transmission Time of Service Discovery Protocols by using NS2 Simulator. In: 2010 6th Conference on Wireless Advanced (WiAD). Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). 9781424470693

Al-Mejibli, I. and Colley, MJ., (2010). Evaluating UPnP Service Discovery Protocols by using NS2 Simulator. In: Computer Science and Electronic Engineering Conference (CEEC), 2010. Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). 1- 5. 9781424490295

Colley, MJ. and Stacey, RP., (2008). Agent Centric Sensor Network Association using Similarity Measures. In: Pervasive Computing and Applications, 2008. ICPCA 2008. Third International Conference. Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). 128- 133. 9781424420209

Colley, MJ. and Hunter, J., (2008). An enhanced behaviour recognition system for remote supervision of vulnerable individuals. In: IET Conference Publications, volume 2008, issue CP541. Institution of Engineering and Technology. 9780863418945

Conferences (4)

Dooley, J., Davies, M., Ball, M., Callaghan, V., Hagras, H., Colley, MJ. and Gardner, M., (2010). Decloaking Big Brother: Demonstrating Intelligent Environments

Al-Mulla, MR., Sepulveda, F., Colley, MJ. and Kattan, A., (2009). Classification of localized muscle fatigue with Genetic Programming on sEMG during isometric contraction

Al-Mulla, MR., Sepulveda, F., Colley, MJ. and Al-Mulla, F., (2009). Statistical Class Separation Using sEMG Features Towards Automated Muscle Fatigue Detection and Prediction

Colley, MJ. and Stacey, RP., (2008). Agent association group negotiation within intelligent environments

Grants and funding

2015

67% - To develop and launch the next generation of colorimetry technology and embed the capability to support and enhance it in

Technology STrategy Board

33% - To develop and launch the next generation of colorimetry technology and embed the capability to support and enhance it in

Cerium Visual Technologies Ltd

2014

67% - To develop dedicated firmware, software and electronics to control an automated viscometer platform suitable for determining kinematic viscosity and solution viscosity of polymers

Technology STrategy Board

33% - To develop dedicated firmware, software and electronics to control an automated viscometer platform suitable for determining kinematic viscosity and solution viscosity of polymers

Poulten, Selfe & Lee Ltd

Contact

martin@essex.ac.uk

Location:

Colchester Campus