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Rawat, Aditi (author)
Community Question-Answer(CQA) services are online portals with a community of people that share similar interests, and post question-answers for solving the difficulties they have. These services have huge social impact and have become a place where knowledge is created and distributed. Despite the advances in Question Routing and...
master thesis 2017
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Zegers, Jan (author)
Knowledge discovery and data mining (KDD) is the process that extracts new knowledge from data. Data scientists program their solutions of their KDD challenges in data mining programming scripts. Data mining programming scripts contain multiple or all steps of the KDD process. In other words, these scripts start with data and end with knowledge....
master thesis 2017
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Yan, Yuzhu (author)
Analyzing large cryptographic protocol implementations can be challenging since their implementations do not perfectly match the standard [6]. The popular, highly configurable remote login method, Secure Shell (SSH) is such an example. In this thesis, we researched the fuzzing methodologies for SSH implementations. Three tools (Backfuzz,...
master thesis 2017
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Choiri, Hendra Hadhil (author)
Analysing attractiveness of places in a region is beneficial to support urban planning and policy making. However, the attractiveness of a place is a subjective and high-level concept which is difficult to quantify. The existing methods rely on traditional surveys which may require high cost and have low scalability. This thesis attempts to...
master thesis 2017
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Arkka Dhiratara, Arkka (author)
Understanding energy consumption behavior provide an insightful knowledge to improve energy efficiency, promote energy conservation, and importantly sustain the human life. However, currently energy consumption data are being gathered by (smart) energy meters at the household level or through surveys. While gathering data using smart meter is...
master thesis 2017
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Praharaj, Sambit (author)
Attention span of students in a classroom is very short. To overcome this, different active learning methodologies have been used in the past. Active learning keeps the students busy and engaged throughout the lecture. It breaks the lecture into certain time intervals by intermixing breaks, demonstrations and questions after each interval. For...
master thesis 2017
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Bapat, Rucha (author)
Chatbots are the text based conversational agents with which users interact in natural language. They are becoming more and more popular with the immense growth in messaging apps and tools to develop text based conversational agents. Despite of advances in Artificial Intelligence and Natural Language Processing, chatbots still struggle in...
master thesis 2017
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Yang, Tong (author)
Along with the continuous development of Internet technology, Online Social Networks (OSNs) have gradually become the most popular platforms for content creation, information sharing and communications between users on the Internet. Understanding and prediction of user behavior in OSNs are essentially valuable. In the past few decades, machine...
master thesis 2017
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Afentoulidis, Gregory (author)
In an era where innovative machine learning and artificial intelligence applications are gaining popularity, enterprises steer their interest to enterprise crowdsourcing, to capitalize on their available human resources to achieve inclusion of in-house human generated data. In this setting, gamification techniques are appealing in order to align...
master thesis 2017
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Castelein, Jeroen (author)
Software testing is an important, well-researched field.
With the majority of modern-day applications using relational databases to manipulate their data, it is crucial that database interactions are tested as well.
This is a complex task to perform manually, and thus researchers have been attempting to tackle this problem by means of...
master thesis 2017
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Alderliesten, David (author), Tilro, Jesse (author), Doolaard, Floris (author), Warnars, Niels (author)
The following report outlines the research, development, and delivery phases of the BEPSys 2.0 application. The application aims to provide central project registration and management for courses at the TU Delft. The request for the development stemmed from Otto Visser, who was the acting coordinator for the Computer Science Final Project Course...
bachelor thesis 2017
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Glans, Rebecca (author), Hendrikse, Mila (author), Koole, Martin (author)
Political content reaches civilians via social media more and more nowadays. This content is often biased and filtered depending on the user’s connections on social media. However, almost nobody watches actual debates or reads reports from the actual Dutch House of Representatives (DHoR), where the most influential decisions are made. With our...
bachelor thesis 2017
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Fragkeskos, Kyriakos (author)
With the growing number of scientific publications, the concept
of navigating effectively and searching for domain specific information
is rather significant and highly important for the scientific
community [2]. For instance, to search by topics, research methods,
used datasets, or scientific objectives. Such deep meta-data...
master thesis 2017
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Kouvelas, N. (author)
The advances of the information and communication technology (ICT) brought changes in the energy distribution domain, introducing the Smart Grid (SG). In SG, generators, distributors, and consumers communicate in a bidirectional way. SGs are envisaged to include micro-grids (MG) consisting of distributed control networks of consumers, prosumers,...
master thesis 2017
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Kazil, K. (author)
This project examines the current state of the art of using public participation in urban planning, resulting in a proposal for a new online participatory tool. Amongst other advantages, involving citizens in urban planning projects reduces the cost, time & risk of implementation, while the incorporation of ‘local knowledge’ in the decision...
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Van der Valk, C.P. (author)
master thesis 2017
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Rogalla, M.J. (author)
Modern software is becoming more and more complex and manual testing cannot keep up with the need for high-quality reliable software: often due to the complexity of event-driven software, manual testing is done. This comes with many disadvantages in comparison with automated testing. The increased importance of having a secure, reliable online...
master thesis 2017
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John, L.H. (author)
Smartphones, or more general handhelds, which are commonly used for indoor localization purposes, are not a viable option in places where people do not carry them all the time, e.g., home and office. Alternatively using wearable devices brings along limitations in regards to power supply, processing capability and availability of sensors, which...
master thesis 2016
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Albeda, J. (author)
Affect-adaptive systems are dependent on their ability to automatically recognize a user’s affective state. This study aims to contribute to the creation of an affect-adaptive system that can recognize negative moods of elderly in care homes from a video feed, and improve it by adapting the lighting in the room. An affective database of videos...
master thesis 2016
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Versluis, L.F.D. (author)
Performance is a make-or-break quality for software. When making changes it is essential to ensure no performance regression has occurred i.e. the program performs more slowly or consumes more resources than previous versions. Tribler is the result of ten years scientific research in complex distributed systems. Over the course of years Tribler...
master thesis 2016
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