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Grashoff, Kilian (author)
Collaborative search, where the activities of multiple users are combined to satisfy their information need, is an effective tool to to handle complex search tasks. People search collaboratively in groups of varying sizes. Various collaborative search systems have been studied in previous work, but they only investigate a fixed group size....
master thesis 2019
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Abcouwer, F.C.A. (author)
Human computation platforms offer requesters the possibility to outsource human intelligence tasks or HITs to large amounts of workers around the world. Researching the various aspects of HIT design has the potential to improve the human computation experience for both requesters and workers. This thesis researches the relationship between...
master thesis 2015
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Reza, A.Y. (author)
In this thesis we report on our investigation of requirements engineering (RE) practices and challenges in global software engineering (GSE) settings. We conducted a literature survey and a series of interviews/surveys to reach our goal. The subject of the research is the banking industry in the Netherlands actively involved in GSE. More...
master thesis 2015
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Brenkman, C.F. (author)
Anomaly (or outlier) detection techniques can be used to find occurrences in data that are surprising or unusual, arousing the suspicion of being generated by an aberrant mechanism. A collective anomaly is a collection of data instances of which the individual data instances may not be anomalies by themselves, but their occurrence together is...
master thesis 2015
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Van der Voort, H. (author)
Paying at an online shop is easy for a shopper but the process behind it can become rather complex. The actual transaction travels through the systems of multiple different stakeholders like processors, banks and payment schemes. Multiple available stakeholders allow for optimizations. This work focuses on optimization of transaction routing...
master thesis 2015
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Sarabchi, F. (author)
Predicting the popularity of contents in social networks is quite important for several applications such as viral marketing, news propagation and personalization. In this work, we developed an statistical learning approach to predict the popularity of tweets in the twitter social network. We extracted several user-based, tweet-based and network...
master thesis 2015
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Lopez Barbosa, P.I. (author)
For mobile messaging service providers to endure in a competitive and dynamic market, it is vital to be flexible, which involves keeping up to date to technological developments, and to be cost effective. In order for service providers to provide highly available service, the use of Cloud computing technology is a well-suited solution. Cloud...
master thesis 2015
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Prasetyo, N.D. (author)
Twitter is a microblogging service that has more than 500 million messages on a daily basis. Scholars has been utilizing Twitter to monitor people reactions in political activities, such as debates and campaigns. By doing so, some of them claim that a forecast or prediction to an election can be made. Using the data from 2014 Indonesia...
master thesis 2014
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Guijt, D.J. (author)
One of the standard features of today’s major Web search engines are query suggestions, which aid the user in the formulation of their search queries. Over the years, a number of different approaches have been proposed that have com- monly been evaluated in the standard Web search setting. In this thesis, we build a query suggestion pipeline...
master thesis 2014
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Lidiansa, M. (author)
This thesis goal is to identify, collect, analyze, and evaluate the quality metrics for a product master data; to allow quantifying and improve their value. In order to meet the main objective, this study needs to address these three questions: (1) What is the type of methodology that should be used to develop business-oriented data quality...
master thesis 2014
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Duan, S. (author)
This thesis describes our approach to microblog search personalization. The approach uti-lizes implicit information about the user’s interests to personalize original search results. We first present how do we model users’ preferences on Twitter. Subsequently, we investi-gate different ways to represent search results so that they can be...
master thesis 2014
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Tijhuis, L.J. (author)
In this thesis we did research on context-based spellchecking approaches for the Dutch language. Context-based approaches enable the detection of real-word spelling errors by using the context in which the errors occur. We also assessed if we could improve the ranking of replacement candidates by using the context. To be able to measure the...
master thesis 2014
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Parnia, A. (author)
Open data can become available by open data infrastructures. In recent years, different governmental and private organizations have published their data through open data platforms to accelerate knowledge and information sharing. They are open data platforms, which are not particularly developed by any public or private organization. These...
master thesis 2014
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Van Dam, M.C. (author)
We create a new multi-language corpus for author verification based on Wikipedia talkpages, and evaluate the influence that differences in topic and time have on character n-gram author profiles. Topic alignment between two texts is found to increase author verification precision, and an authors writing style is found to change over time, but...
master thesis 2014
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Bijl, B. (author)
In this thesis a closed RDF data production platform is presented that is highly configurable. The use of Named Graphs supports a modularized ontology and a detailed provenance of the multi-user knowledge data. It is designed and configured for the Systems Engineering context of ship building industry partnership Integraal Samenwerken. The...
master thesis 2014
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Van Sambeek, S.P. (author)
Digitised Cultural Heritage Objects like pictures, video and audio are hard to retrieve without metadata like annotations describing what is depicted or the events which take place. Unfortunately the creation of this metadata is quite a slow and lengthy process, especially when this needs to be done in a qualitative manner. So the question...
master thesis 2013
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Zandvliet, M.R. (author)
Large software corporations like SAP AG started offering their services in the cloud. Most companies using a SAP system run these systems on-premise. The step of SAP AG to bring services to the cloud caused companies to think about their systems. At the moment cloud computing is very popular because of the low costs and the flexibility. For...
master thesis 2013
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Van der Beek, M.J.G. (author)
Much research has been done on the advantages of Master Data Management (MDM) and the problems that poor MDM may cause. Much is also known about the importance of data quality. However little is known about quantifying and structuring the costs related to MDM. In this thesis the question ”How can the possible reduction of costs for organizations...
master thesis 2013
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Matroos, R.E. (author)
The ageing electricity grid cannot sustain the growth in electricity demand for much longer without renewing the current way of working. This thesis proposes a new way by introducing smart-grid and complex event processing for the management of the smart grid.
master thesis 2013
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Krijgsman, M.R. (author)
The term Social Web is often used to describe a wide range of websites. So much so, that the term has become meaningless to many. This research shows what makes a website social and which functionalities these websites can be expected to offer to users. This is achieved by formulating a definition of the Social Web, a categorization of the...
master thesis 2013
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