Master of Science in Artificial Intelligence

 

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  • Adhikari, AMTB [Thesis-Abstract]
    Writing abstracts in a comprehensive and meaningful manner is a challenge for any researcher. However an abstract includes limited set of verbs and standard phrases and other good practices of structuring the contents. A ...
  • Asanka, PPGD [Thesis-Abstract]
    Body of knowledge in legal domain is complex, unstructured, interconnected in many ways and constantly being updated. This has resulted in hindering general public to access the legal domain, and creating gap between society ...
  • Wijerathna, L [Thesis-Abstract]
    This thesis addresses the issue of modeling the agent navigation in a benign environment by using reinforcement learning. With the use of reinforcement learning the learning agent is created who does not have any idea about ...
  • Sirisena, P.K.H.A. [Thesis-Abstract]
    This thesis describes the research done to implement a ridesharing solution in Sri Lanka using a multi-agent system based approach. Particularly this research focuses on implementing a carpooling/ridesharing solution using ...
  • Nandasena, G.E.C [Thesis-Abstract]
    With the growth of e-commerce, the size of available data has grown to an incalculable level. It has been an excellent opportunity for companies to leverage those data to derive intelligent information. However, limiting ...
  • Kalpanie, M.K.M [Thesis-Abstract]
    Tour recommendation and planning has become a complex and challenging task in the modern world. Even though there is wide-variety of existing sources that provide tour recommendations for tourists based on their preferences, ...
  • Chandrapala, H. M. [Thesis-Abstract]
    All human beings wish to lead a healthy life irrespectively of their race, religion, age or social status. Accordingly they temp to seek medical advice or treatment for immediate relief when they feel or sense that they ...
  • K.P.P.S., Pathirana, [Thesis-Abstract]
    Vision based decision making and obstacle avoidance of a mobile robot are the most attracted areas of the domains of Computer Vision and Robotics respectively. The link between them is, Computer Vision, more specifically ...
  • Dehideniya, D.M.M.B. [Thesis-Abstract]
    Most of the well established clustering algorithms assume that the underlying clustering structure of data set does not change over time. Hence, those algorithms fail to identify underlying cluster structures in currently ...
  • Weerasinghe, V.W.A.R.K. [Thesis-Abstract]
    Navigation is becoming rapidly popular in the society with technological enhancement of the world. In many mobile phones, tab pcs, vehicles and so many devices include navigation systems as a default feature. Further, ...
  • Dayarathne, M.B.H.M.V. [Thesis-Abstract]
    Research in interfacing silicon computers (typical computers) with carbon computers (human and animals) has recorded an exponential growth in the modern world. At present, these research ranges from implanting of micro ...
  • Dharmakeerthi, P.S.M. [Thesis-Abstract]
    Artificial neural networks are highly used in the areas of pattern recognition, feature extraction, function approximation, scientific classification, control systems, noise reduction and prediction. Feed-forward and ...
  • Wijayaweera, W.J.L.N. [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 ...
  • Srimal, M.D.W [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 ...
  • Rajakaruna, G.M. [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 ...
  • Athukorala, P.A.P.R. [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. ...
  • Tennakoon, E.H. [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 ...
  • Perera, B.W.S. [Thesis-Abstract]
    Crowd simulation is listed under many practical applications in computer industry; such as safety modelling, pre-planning building architectures, urban modeling and entertainment software. Most of these current simulations ...
  • Thilakarathne, D.J. [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 ...
  • Bambarasinghe, BANM [Thesis-Abstract]
    Automatic searching, knowledge acquisition and question answering are crying needs among the contemporary World Wide Web users. However conventional web is the major barriers for realizing above applications. This is because ...

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