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Visual Analysis of Relatedness and Dynamics in Complex, Enterprise-Scale Repositories

Dissertation Vedran Sabol 2012

Large data repositories, such as those used in enterprises, typically store many millions of unstructured, human-readable documents, which contain complex, high-dimensional, multi-faceted information. Such repositories exhibit a highly dynamic behavior characterized by continuous adding, removing and modification of the data set elements. This work deals with the development and application…

Webbasierte Überwachung und Visualisierung von Anlagedaten

Master's thesis Thomas Gebhard 2010

The 21st century is characterized by a tremendous waste of energy and non-renewable resources. The effects of this behavior can be noticed throughout the world. Our society has already started to some extent to change their way of consumption towards a more sustainable utilization of available resources. The increasing importance…

Evaluating the Domain Model of Adaptive Work-Integrated Learning Systems

Dissertation Barbara Kump 2010

Adaptive learning systems have been suggested as highly promising means to support work-integrated learning. Adaptivity in a learning system is the result of a complex interaction between a domain model, a learner model and an instructional model. Existing approaches for evaluating adaptive learning systems take into account the learner model…

User Interaction Context - Studying and Enhancing Automatic User Task Detection on the ComputerDesktop via an Ontology-based User Interaction Context Model

Dissertation Andreas S. Rath 2010

User context detection has recently gained momentum, thanks to the interest shown by several established research areas, such as information retrieval, personal information management, technology enhanced learning as well as task and process management. In the information retrieval area user context is exploited for personalizing search, in personal information management…

Configurable User Profiling Service and Simulation's of User Behaivior in APOSDLE

Master's thesis Daniel Resanovic 2010

In a dynamical world of IT, adaptivity became one of the most important features. To enable adaptivity features of a system there has to be an appropriate infrastructure. Each component should be able to support and contribute to the adaptivity of such systems to a certain extent. How to design…

Tracing and Understanding Discussions on the Web

Thesis (old curriculum) Selver Softic 2009

This work investigates methods to trace and understand discussions in on-line communities primarily in discussion forums carried out on the Web. The scope of this work focuses on opinion mining possibilities regarding Web-based discussion forums. A prototype was developed and evaluated as proof of concept, regarding a given domain, for…

Erfassung semantischer Informationen aus enzyklopädischen Daten

Master's thesis Andreas Augustin 2008

In the last years the amount of data has been massivly growing and keeps on growing, hence it became necessary to develop new methods to overcome this large amount of data. Besides the search capability improvements, one of the main forces in current research on data mining is the need…

Konzeption und Entwicklung eines generischen Wissenserschliessungsframeworks

Dissertation Michael Granitzer 2006

Steadily increasing information amounts require new ways and techniques for making knowledge efficiently and goal oriented utilisable. The lack of structure in information, the incomplete allocation of metadata, and the vagueness of human language make things even more difficult. For making information utilisable for different user groups, various techniques from…

AD-HOC - Eine Methodik zur Entwicklung von virtuellen Lern-Arbeitsumgebungen

Dissertation Johannes Farmer 2006

Organizations rely heavily on their knowledge workers to learn efficiently and to apply knowledge effectively within their work processes. Hence virtual work-and-learning environments are needed that support newcomers and experienced workers in equal measure and provide task-specific learning support ad hoc. However, by now contextualized learning support is costly, because…

Technology-Enhanced Workplace Learning: Modelling Competence and Performance for the Case of Requirements Engineering

Thesis (old curriculum) Barbara Kump 2006

From a psychological point of view, two models are required for the construction of an adaptive learning environment for informal, self-directed work-integrated learning (e.g., APOSDLE): the Knowledge Base, a model of the structured expert knowledge of a domain, and the S tudent Model, a model of the competencies of the…

Augmenting Knowledge-Based Systems with Dynamic Personalisation Concepts

Dissertation Dolly Kandpal 2003

In the knowledge-intensive society of today, the emphasis is on delivering the right kind and quantity of just-in-time knowledge to the knowledge workers. Personalization, i.e. the adaptation of a system according to a user's needs, is gaining increasing relevance as an enabler for delivering such relevant knowledge. Personalization can be…

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