Theses

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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…

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…

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…

Entwicklung einer Toolbar zur kollaborativen Qualitätsbewertung und Qualitätssteigerung in MediaWiki

Bachelor's thesis Wilhelm Jobstmann 2011

A MediaWiki is a Social Web application which supports a group or users to collaboratively create, maintain and share content. The main functionalities of a MediaWiki are creating, editing and linking articles to supply navigation between them and to add articles to categories ([Barrett, 2009]). In some cases it is…

Evaluating a User Model with Implicit Knowledge Diagnosis for an Adaptive Work-Integrated Learning System: A Field Study

Thesis (old curriculum) Christine Pabst 2010

A main challenge for adaptive learning systems, especially in a working context, is a continuously updated knowledge diagnosis. Implicit knowledge diagnosis is a possible solution to assess work-integrated knowledge through naturally occurring behavior actions from a worker. The present study focuses on the validity of an implicit knowledge diagnosis (Knowledge…

Suche und Klassifikation von informationstechnologischen Spezifikationen

Master's thesis Matthias Hilpold 2010

In our days the amount of digital data increases every day. A part of this data is available through the Internet for everyone and at any time. Different search engines support the user to find the desired information on the Internet. Even on an Intranet of a large company the…

Semiautomatische Erstellung von Wissenslandkarten mittels Knowledge Mining Techniken

Thesis (old curriculum) Thomas Neidhart 2005

By the abundance of existing information the need after a suitable structuring of this data flood arises to facilitate a respective user/system in extracting knowledge or to make it possible at all. The first step to structure given data-sets consists in finding and defining suitable concepts which are used to…

Online Community Plattformen zur Unterstützung des Wissensaustauschs zwischen Konferenzteilnehmern. Eine Anforderungsanalyse am Beispiel der I-KNOW

Thesis (old curriculum) Birgit Marie Hofmann 2005

Online community platforms allow and facilitate the interaction of groups of people, who are linked by shared interests or tasks. In this thesis, such virtual meeting places are investigated in the special context of annual conferences. A closer look is taken at the exchange of relevant information and knowledge between…

Visualisation Islands: Interactive Visualisation and Clustering of Search Result Sets

Thesis (old curriculum) Vedran Sabol 2001

The amount of knowledge available electronically is increasing exponentially. Huge amounts of information are available over the Internet and searching for a specific topic often results in a large number of matches. A significant portion of hits is often not at all of interest and the retrieved information contains no…

Knowledge Management Technologies in Context

Dissertation Herwig Rollett 2001

Most of the knowledge management literature to date is written either from a business perspective, tending to ignore important technological considerations, or from a technology perspective, tending to ignore the larger organizational context. By contrast, this thesis focuses on the role of technologies in knowledge management without losing sight of…

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