Theses

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Focused Crawling in the Context of Digital Libraries

Thesis (old curriculum) Andreas Juffinger 2011

Automated document development within digital libraries and also the World Wide Web is gathering increasing momentum. Focused Crawling aims to retrieve relevant documents and has been primarily used in combination with search engines to build topic specific indexes. Automated crawling can also assist people to find data on the World…

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…

Classification of Hierarchical Document Spaces Using Machine Learning Technologies

Thesis (old curriculum) Michael Granitzer 2003

Due to the permantently growing amount of textual data, automatic methods for organizing the data are required. Automatic text classification is one of these methods. Based on the textual content of the document, it automatically assigns documents to a predefined set of classes. Normally, the set of classes is hierarchically…

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