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Hengst, Pauline (author)
This paper explores the application of landmark-based planning algorithms, specifically focusing on AND/OR landmark extraction methods. Drawing from classical planning principles and recent advancements, we investigate the effectiveness of landmark extraction in guiding the search for solutions to planning problems. Our research questions center...
bachelor thesis 2024
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van Maris, Bart (author)
Algorithmic planners occasionally waste effort and thus computing time trying to solve certain tasks, as they often lack the human ability to recognize essential paths. These essential paths, termed landmarks, are vital for optimizing planning processes. This study revisits landmark-based planning methods introduced by Richter, Helmert, and...
bachelor thesis 2024
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Tjoen, Noah (author)
Landmarks are propositions or actions that must be true at some point in every valid solution plan [16]. Using landmarks, planners can develop solutions more efficiently. Different algorithms exist to extract landmarks from a planning problem. The one used in this study is FULL [13], a landmark extraction algorithm by Marzal et al. from 2011.<br...
bachelor thesis 2024
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Tervoort, Paul (author)
A lot of research has been conducted to make the task of plan generation more efficient. One idea to do so is the use of landmarks, which are sub-goals that must be true in every solution to the problem. The approximation of landmarks has a lower complexity than solving the task itself, and they can be used to guide the planner in the right...
bachelor thesis 2024
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Yang, Ka Fui (author)
The Fast Downward planning system is currently mainly used for solving classical problems. Another alternative to Fast Downward is SymbolicPlanners, which sacrifices speed for generality and extensibility. SymbolicPlanners is missing landmark based planners and landmark extraction algorithms. The research question we are trying to answer in this...
bachelor thesis 2024
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Göbbels, Joost (author)
Through the expansion of large-scale service systems and the exponential growth of data generated by complex IT infrastructure components, gaining a comprehensive overview of the different levels of service within an IT system has become increasingly challenging. In particular, this brought to the fore the question from a large commercial bank...
master thesis 2023
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Kalisvaart, Raoul (author)
We all know the possible consequences of global warming, rising temperatures, flooded cities and destroyed ecosystems. One of the causes is the emission of gases, predominantly CO2, which is increased by the growing E-commerce market. E-commerce companies rely on recommender systems to stimulate users to purchase products. We are convinced that...
master thesis 2022
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WANG, Siwei (author)
master thesis 2022
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Petrescu, Stefan (author)
Modern systems generate a tremendous amount of data, making manual investigations infeasible, hence requiring automating the process of analysis. However, running automated log analysis pipelines is far from straightforward, due to the changing nature of software ecosystems caused by the constant need to adapt to user requirements. In practice,...
master thesis 2022
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Hoogeveen, Harm (author)
Commonsense knowledge plays a key role in human intelligence. It is knowledge possessed by most humans that helps them in everyday situations. One possible way is to store the knowledge in four types. Each piece is either positive or negative, and generative or discriminative. For efficient retrieval and storage, a uniform model is needed....
bachelor thesis 2022
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Mokráňová, Silvia (author)
Common sense is knowledge that most humans have, but machines do not. Generally, computer knowledge bases make use of positive (known) knowledge. However, in addition to positive common sense knowledge, there is also negative. Negative knowledge represent facts that are known to be untrue, like "a cat does not have fins". This knowledge is...
bachelor thesis 2022
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Huang, Xiaoao (author)
Commonsense knowledge is a type of knowledge consisting of facts that humans use every day. Humans make queries in search engines with different user intents, and some of them can be answered by knowledge tuples. Different types of knowledge are stored differently in the knowledge bases. Being aware of the types of commonsense knowledge required...
bachelor thesis 2022
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van Woensel, Martijn (author)
Commonsense knowledge based question answer- ing is a recent topic that has seen a surge in inter- est. Yet most models obtain general data, this pa- per looks at obtaining query-specific similar con- cepts using first and second-order proximity to- gether with BERT-based retrieval. Using these query-specific concepts new commonsense knowl- edge...
bachelor thesis 2022
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Diaconu, Jasmine (author)
Search engines operate as an oracle between user queries and information access: the user types the input and receives back the information requested. To accomplish the task, search engines need to interpret human language and, most importantly, comprehend the underlying user intents of a query. With this process, they can retrieve the most...
bachelor thesis 2022
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Ziengs, Bart (author)
Interpretability of ML models and image recognition models specifaclly, is a increasing problem. In this thesis, the design and implementation of Brickroutine: a system that used a trained model, is presented. Using human annotations, semantic interpretations are given to image classification problems. By giving an iterative approach in terms of...
master thesis 2022
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