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  • LARGE SCALE AGENT-BASED MODELING: SIMULATING TWITTER USERS 

    Ariyaratne, Arjuna (2016)
    This thesis details an attempt to conduct a large-scale Agent-based modeling simulation where simulating Twitter users are used as an example. In this thesis, Computational Mechanics is used for developing rules that ...
  • Combinatorial Algorithms for the Active Time and Busy Time Problems 

    Kumar, Saurabh (2016)
    In this thesis, we consider the problem of scheduling jobs in such a way that we minimize the energy consumption of the machines they are scheduled on. Job scheduling itself has a long and rich history in computer science ...
  • Temporal Tracking Urban Areas using Google Street View 

    Najafizadeh, Ladan (2016)
    Tracking the evolution of built environments is a challenging problem in computer vision due to the intrinsic complexity of urban scenes, as well as the dearth of temporal visual information from urban areas. Emerging ...
  • Assignment problems and their application in economics 

    Abolhassani, Melika (2016)
    Four assignment problems are introduced in this thesis, and they are approached based on the context they are presented in. The underlying graphs of the assignment problems in this thesis are in most cases bipartite ...
  • ROBUST REPRESENTATIONS FOR UNCONSTRAINED FACE RECOGNITION AND ITS APPLICATIONS 

    Chen, Jun-Cheng (2016)
    Face identification and verification are important problems in computer vision and have been actively researched for over two decades. There are several applications including mobile authentication, visual surveillance, ...

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