Theses

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Modelling and Acquiring Knowledge about Human Goals

Dissertation Mark Kröll 2012

Realizing the vision of machines behaving intelligently requires theacquisition of real-world knowledge including, but not limited to, knowledgeabout human goals. Understanding human goals can help (i) to answer "why"questions about user behavior and user interactions, (ii) to reason aboutpeople's goals or (iii) to generate action sequences that implement goals (plangeneration).…

Efficent Data Structures for Knowledge Relationship Discovery

Dissertation Roman Kern 2012

SPARQL-Query Wizard

Master's thesis Karl Kappaun 2012

The Internet evolves from a simple collection of linked documents and a user which is only a consumer of the offered information, to an more interactive space, where the concept of „meaning“ gains more and more importance. The Semantic Web is born and comes with an evolution of interlinked, machine…

Detecting Commercial Intent in Twitter

Bachelor's thesis Bernd Hollerit 2012

Aufzeichnung von mobilen Sensordaten

Master's thesis Stefan Edler 2012

  Mobile phone sensing has started as an area of research and development when mobile phones became smartphones due to the different technological improvements. Research in this area, referring to the amount of publications, is growing very fast and it is not restricted to a large research group. Mobile phone…

Kognitionspsychologische Aspekte von Collaborative Tagging

Dissertation Paul Seitlinger 2012

Generating Learning Object Metadata (LOM) from UGC

Master's thesis Philip Kohler 2012

Extraction and Evaluation of Facts from Tweets

Bachelor's thesis Michael R. Kralowetz 2012

The goal of this thesis is to extract, evaluate and store information from tweets, thereby creating a gateway between the Semantic Web and the World Wide Web. Using a generated dataset from the social networking- and microblogging service Twitter, so called, from us defined, facts are filtered by using regular…

A general, web-based Information Extraction System using GATE and the Stanford Parser

Bachelor's thesis Paul Laufer 2012

This work presents the design and scientific background of a web-based information extraction system using the open-source GATE-library 1 (General Architecture for text engineering) [Ham12]. The application provides an extendable architecture for server-based high-level information extraction. Textual resources are annotated using a set of tools according to both, their semantic…

On the Navigability of Social Tagging Systems

Dissertation Christoph Trattner 2012

Creating, Interrelating and Consuming Linked Data on the Web

Dissertation Wolfgang Halb 2012

Visual Approach of Utilizing Mobile Sensor Data

Master's thesis Georg Bachmann 2012

When looking at the development of mobile devices in the past few years, it is obvious that smartphones and tablet computers are gaining more and more relevance. In Austria alone, smartphones constitute around one third of all mobile phones in use. Not only do smartphones get faster processors, more efficient…

Usage-based Calculation of Knowledge Maturing Indicators for Digital Resources in a Personal and Organizational Learning and Maturing Environment

Master's thesis Dieter Theiler 2012

Research in the field of ‘Knowledge Maturing’ focuses on improving knowledge construction processes within organizations. As guidance of knowledge workers plays an important role when it comes to developing knowledge, tools are sought to foster ‘Knowledge Maturing’-related activities. In this master thesis, ‘Knowledge Maturing Indicators’ get calculated upon traces of…

Visualisierung heterogener Datensätze in strukturierten Informationsressourcen

Master's thesis Belgin Mutlu 2012

The concept of the semantic web provides a pragmatic way for the structured informa- tion retrieval based on relationships within a content of the linked data. This retrieval is realized by applying the specific queries, i.e. SPARQL queries, on well-constructed data models. Besides the filter and navigation functions, a result…

Internale und Externale Assimilation und Akkommodation bei der kollaborativen Wissenskonstruktion mit Wikis: Ein Feldexperiment (im Hochschulkontext)

Thesis (old curriculum) Sebastian Maximilian Dennerlein 2012

Collaborative knowledge building takes place, when learning groups create artefacts such as wiki articles in common. Cress and Kimmerle (2008) introduce a coevolution model, which states that the social system (wiki) and the cognitive system (knowledge of a single member) affect each other reciprocally. These systems interact by the four…

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