Monthly Archives: March 2019

Framework for Minimizing Cloud Data Centre Energy Usage

Ogechukwu Okonor Cloud computing has emerged as an unbeatable technology in IT world. It is a model that enables commodious, ubiquitous use of search engine and on-demand access to a shared network pool of many computing resources through the internet … Continue reading

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General reminiscence aid for people with dementia

Andrew Tootell Application to provide a range of media based n preferences to aid with reminiscence therapy.

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SimpleCharts

Juan Paolo Del Rosario A re-engineering of an open source iOS graphing library called “Charts”. The goal of this project is to simplify and improve the implementation of the original library and add in extra features that were not present … Continue reading

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An Augmented Reality Education Tool

Spencer Murray, MEng/ MRes / MSc An Augmented Reality Object system that can be used for creating and experiencing the Augmented World.

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Investigating network based attacks using Splunk Eventgen

Roan Moonoosamy The Splunk Event Generator is a utility which allows [you to] build real-time event generators. Can we generate network attacks with it?

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Enhancing Nursing Education With Simulation Software

Harry Fitzgerald There exist numerous simulations for nursing education, however, these are mostly in the form of a mannequin. This project aims to implement a piece of software to simulate electronic EHR management in practise.

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Online Human In-Hand Manipulation Skill Recognition and Learning

Disi Chen This work intends to contribute to the development of recognition technologies in human in-hand manipulation skills. This work proposed a probabilistic framework for both human skill representation and high efficient recognition. Gaussian Mixture Model (GMM) as a probabilistic … Continue reading

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Complexity of Colourful Components Problems on k-caterpillars

Clement Dallard A connected component of a vertex-coloured graph is said to be colourful if all its vertices have different colours, and a graph is colourful if all its connected components are colourful. Given a vertex-coloured graph, the Colourful Components … Continue reading

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Accelerating Computational Fluid Dynamics Simulations using GPUs

James Madgwick To implement a simple fluid dynamics simulator that can accelerate the Lattice Boltzmann Method of fluid simulation. The aim is to be able to run the simulation algorithm on a GPU and to achieve better performance compared to … Continue reading

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Minimising Cost of Inert Node Searching is Monotonous

Mani Ghahremani Graph searching can be regarded as the problem of defining a strategy to sweep/search a graph using a set of searchers with the aim of capturing a fugitive (equally a robber or intruder) while minimising various resources known … Continue reading

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