Browsing by Faculty "Faculty of Information Technology"

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  • Wijayaweera, WJLN [Thesis-Abstract]
    The field of Genetic Programming in Artificial Intelligence strives to get a computer to solve a problem without explicitly coding a solution by a programmer. Genetic Programming is a relatively new technology, which comes ...
  • Andradi, DMAMDSL [Thesis-Abstract]
    The incorporation of real human behaviour for non-player characters (NPCs) in games is a significant research challenge. The nature of events and actions within a game scenario is associated with temporal and spatial ...
  • Athukorala, PAPR [Thesis-Abstract]
    Depth perceiving computer vision algorithms which are based on multiple view geometry are computationally expensive. As such, it is not practical to implement such systems in low end computing devices such as mobile phones. ...
  • Rajakaruna, GM [Thesis-Abstract]
    Modern information systems extensively use ontologies to model domain knowledge. Nowadays, with the large amount of already available ontologies, there is a high demand for sharing and reusing the knowledge in existing ...
  • Chathurangi, WJ [Thesis-Abstract]
    Transportation has been a crucial aspect of human life for decades. Road traffic congestion is a critical socio-economic issue as it causes high fuel consumption, waste of time, increased environmental pollution, frustration ...
  • Rathnayake, KN [Thesis-Abstract]
    Humans make lot of decisions in their day-to-day life. In order to make right decisions they need more information. The WWW contains enormous amount of information. It is a huge complex system. Finding correct up-to-date ...
  • Tennakoon, EH [Thesis-Abstract]
    Increasing uses of portable devices and the development of wireless systems require a further special attention on performance of the access points. The performances of these access points are mainly determined by various ...
  • Thilakarathne, DJ [Thesis-Abstract]
    As a natural quandary it is a question that who are humans? It is possible to justify those humans, who are taxonomically known as Homo-sapiens; are nothing but analogy making species. Analogy making is the fundamental ...
  • Srimal, MDW [Thesis-Abstract]
    Most of the real world problems can be solved using more than one method which may return slightly different solutions. For instance, a number of methods including statistical methods, artificial neural networks, fuzzy ...
  • Perera, HDH [Thesis-Abstract]
    The aim of this project is to develop an on-line vehicle yard controlling system that provides customers with the facility to check there vehicle arrivals, vehicle parking vehicle delivery and vehicle status online through ...