Computing and Information Systems - Theses
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Machine learning methods for biomedical relation extraction
Automated text mining has emerged as an important method for effective comprehension of the fast growing body of biomedical publications. Within this topic, relation extraction refers to the goal of automated extraction ...
On dynamic tensor decompositions
Tensors are multi-way arrays that can be used to represent multi-dimensional data such as video clips, time-evolving graphs/networks, and spatio-temporal data like fMRI. In recent years, CANDECOMP/PARAFAC (CP) decomposition, ...
Accurate and efficient human activity recognition
Human Activity Recognition (HAR) is a promising technology which enables artificial intelligence systems to identify user's physical activities such as walking, running, and cycling. Recently, the demand for HAR is ...
The psychological contract and its impact on interpersonal relationship quality in IT outsourcing
Relationship Quality (ReQ) levels established between project members is now considered to be a key indicator of IT Outsourcing (ITO) success. To enhance the current understanding of how ReQ is established between individual ...
Understanding role of provenance in bioinformatics workflows and enabling interoperable computational analysis sharing
The automation of computational analyses in data-intensive domains such as genomics through scientific workflows is a widely adopted practice in many fields of research nowadays. Computationally driven data-intensive ...
High-quality lossless web page template and data separation
Web page separation is an important task that aims to separate a web page into template code and data records populated into the template. Web page separation needs to work in a lossless manner where the web page can be ...
Designing a tangible user interface for the learning of motor skills in spinal mobilisation
Current techniques in the learning of psychomotor skills in physiotherapy, especially in spinal mobilisation, follow the traditional classroom approach: an expert performs a demonstration and students try to emulate the ...
Down the superhighway in a single tome: understanding information browsing and how to support it online
The term browsing can refer to a number of different activities, particularly when it comes to information behaviour. It has been used to refer to web browsing; the act of moving from one information source to another ...
Brownout-oriented and energy efficient management of cloud data centers
Cloud computing paradigm supports dynamic provisioning of resources for delivering computing for applications as utility services as a pay-as-you-go basis. However, the energy consumption of cloud data centers has become ...
A framework of dynamic cybersecurity incident response to improve incident response agility
The modern enterprise uses risk-driven and control-centered security management systems to protect information resources and sustain competitive advantage. Such systems have proven to be quite effective in the prevention ...