• Cake Defense game for the android operative system 

      Berg, Øyvind; Øien, Knut; Jotun, Henrik (Bachelor thesis, 2012)
      ENGELSK: Cake Defense is a game project based on the game genre tower defense (TD). With a few disputes in the implementation of this genre we have come up with an interactive TD, resulting in a unique game for the android ...
    • CA-NEAT: Evolved Compositional Pattern Producing Networks for Cellular Automata Morphogenesis and Replication 

      Nichele, Stefano; Ose, Mathias Berild; Risi, Sebastian; Tufte, Gunnar (Journal article, 2017)
      Cellular Automata (CA) are a remarkable example of morphogenetic system, where cells grow and self-organise through local interactions. CA have been used as abstractions of biological development and artificial life. Such ...
    • Can Genome Information be used to Guide Evolutionary Search? 

      Wold, Håkon Hjelde (Master thesis, 2013)
      Uniform cellular automata have been evolved as phenotypes from zygotes using an extensive rule table as the genotype. This is used to simulate complex systems which could impact future hardware development and programming. ...
    • Can no-reference image quality metrics assess visible wavelength iris sample quality? 

      Liu, Xinwei; Pedersen, Marius; Charrier, Christophe; Bours, Patrick (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      The overall performance of iris recognition systems is affected by the quality of acquired iris sample images. Due to the development of imaging technologies, visible wavelength iris recognition gained a lot of attention ...
    • Capability Assessment of Indoor Positioning Systems 

      Landmark, Andreas Dypvik (Master thesis, 2009)
      Location systems are seen as a promising technology for tracking people and objects to improve efficiency and quality in the healthcare domain. To increase the chances of success when introducing this new technology there ...
    • CAPTCHA Solution with Support for Universal Design 

      Kristianslund, André Hennie (Master thesis, 2009)
      CAPTCHAs are widely used to tell humans and computers apart on the Internet, but user experience shows that many of these are inaccessible to users with disabilities. The Norwegian Government has proposed a Plan of Action ...
    • Card management system Enterprise Java Beans 

      Brun, Guy Steffe; Høeg, Lars Arne; Kaspersen, Oddgeir; Steinbekken, Øyvind (Bachelor thesis, 2001)
      Det skal utvikles en testapplikasjon for å håndtere klargjøringen av smartkort. Det fungerende systemet skal effektiviseres ved at løsningen utvikles i Enterprise Java Beans. Applikasjonen skal kommunisere mot en ...
    • Care episode retrieval: Distributional semantic models for information retrieval in the clinical domain 

      Moen, Hans; Ginter, Filip; Marsi, Erwin; Murtola, Laura-Maria; Salakoski, Tapio; Salanterä, Sanna (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2015)
      Patients' health related information is stored in electronic health records (EHRs) by health service providers. These records include sequential documentation of care episodes in the form of clinical notes. EHRs are used ...
    • Case Based Reasoning and Adaptation for Warmachine 

      Fusdahl, Tor Egil (Master thesis, 2017)
      The project explores a case-based reasoning system for the miniature war game Warmachines. Case based reasoning is a powerful method for computer reasoning that mimics human problem solving. Adaptation is the main focus ...
    • Case-Based Reasoning and Computational Creativity in a Recipe Recommender System 

      Skjold, Kari; Øynes, Marthe Sofie (Master thesis, 2017)
      A domain where humans have unfolded their creativity for thousands of years is cooking. However, can a human's creativity within cooking be transferred to a computer program? The case-based reasoning (CBR) methodology ...
    • Case-Based Reasoning for Adaptive Strategies in Texas Hold'em Poker 

      Ommedal, Jan Berge; Solbakken, Eivind R (Master thesis, 2012)
      Most of the existing poker agents using case-based reasoning (CBR) are based on imitation of other poker agents and have weak capabilities of adapting their own strategies to different opponents or playing styles. We address ...
    • Case-Based Reasoning in identifying causes of fish death in industrial fish farming 

      Garaas, Marte; Hiåsen Stevning, Geir Ole (Master thesis, 2011)
      Fish farming is a million dollar business world wide, and fish is in fact the third mostimportant export product after oil/gas and metal in Norway. There are a lot of different aquaculture sites which produce fish along ...
    • Case-based reasoning in medical image diagnosis 

      Skjermo, Jo (Master thesis, 2001)
      In the last several years, there has been an increased focus on connecting image processing and artificial intelligence. Especially in the field of medical image diagnostics the benefits for such integration is apparent. ...
    • Case-based Reasoning in Text Document Classification 

      Stenerud, Ida Sofie Gebhardt (Master thesis, 2007)
      This work investigates document classification in Case-Based Reasoning (CBR). The investigation is exemplified by the design and implementation of a system that uses the knowledge-intensive CBR framework Creek to categorize ...
    • Case-based Reasoning in Text Document Classification 

      Stenerud, Ida Sofie Gebhardt (Master thesis, 2007)
      This work investigates document classification in Case-Based Reasoning (CBR). The investigation is exemplified by the design and implementation of a system that uses the knowledge-intensive CBR framework Creek to categorize ...
    • Case Based Surveillance System 

      Aasen, Thomas Aron (Master thesis, 2006)
      Many problems in the field of automatic video surveillance exists today. Some have yet to be overcome. One of these problems is how a computer system automatically can determine if a situation should cause an alarm or not. ...
    • Case Based Surveillance System 

      Aasen, Thomas Aron (Master thesis, 2006)
      Many problems in the field of automatic video surveillance exists today. Some have yet to be overcome. One of these problems is how a computer system automatically can determine if a situation should cause an alarm or not. ...
    • Case-Based Tutoring with Concept Maps 

      Sørmo, Frode (Doktoravhandlinger ved NTNU, 1503-8181; 2008:21, Doctoral thesis, 2007)
      The goal of this thesis is to investigate methods for computerized tutoring support that is adapted to the individual student. In particular, we are concerned with providing such assistance to students solving exercises ...
    • Case-studie av organisatorisk kunnskapsforvaltning i et mellomstort IT-konsulentselskap 

      Bulling, Lise (Master thesis, 2013)
      Å dele erfaringer og kunnskap med hverandre er en viktig del av vår personlige utviklingsprosess, og kunnskapsforvalting innad i organisasjoner kan være til stor verdi om de ansattes ferdigheter brukes til intern ...
    • Case study av HTML5 som verktøy for læring 

      Ben Karroum, Amin (Master thesis, 2013)
      I en verden der alt går fremover med tiden, henger fremdeles E-læringsverktøyene etter. Denne oppgaven undersøker om det er behov for et E-læringsverktøy der alle brukerne har lik rolle. Med dette verktøyet skal det være ...