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Alexander Tobias Neumann, M.Sc. - Theses


Bachelor
Chatbot-assisted Community Analysis - Open
The goal of this thesis is a chatbot that can be used by a community to query usage data and visualizations from an existing system.
Bachelor, Master
Text Mining Techniques for Student Assessments - Open
The goal of this thesis is to integrate the open-source framework ReaderBench into the Kubernetes cluster of the tech4comp project. The thesis should investigate related work in the domain of text mining, natural language processing and educational data mining. The developed extension should integrate into the existing project's infrastructure and provide mentees and their mentors/tutors with advanced feedback on the mentee's reading comprehension.
Bachelor, Master
Utilize Mentoring Bots in Learning Management Systems - Open
Social Bots (software robots) are computer algorithms that automatically produce content and interact with humans on social media. This thesis will utilize bots in learning management systems (LMSs) and aims to assist students during their course.
Bachelor
Web-based Cluster Deployment for a Large-Scale Distributed Infrastructure - Open
Nowadays, agile development processes use cloud container orchestration platforms for continuous integration, deployment and delivery. Technologies like Docker and Kubernetes are used here as the state-of-the-art cloud-native infrastructures the software is deployed on. However, deployment of heterogeneous service environments, developed by multiple teams with different technical proficiency levels, is not a trivial task. The thesis should investigate possibilities of automatic Web-based deployment of microservices in a Kubernetes cluster.
Bachelor
Chat Assessments with Social Bots - Running
Social Bots (software robots) are computer algorithms that automatically produce content and interact with humans on social media. This thesis will utilize chat interfaces, a social bot framework and learning management systems to conduct assessments for learning content of a lecture with the help of a social bot.
Master
Utilize Chat Interfaces for Social Bot Creation - Running
Social Bots (software robots) are computer algorithms that automatically produce content and interact with humans on social media. This thesis will utilize chat interfaces and a social bot framework to create social bots. It will also extend the framework to support various social bot types (e.g. chatbots, crawlers, transactional bots or informational bots).
Bachelor, Master
Versioning and Access Management in Web-Based Collaborative Model-Driven Web Engineering - Running
Modern collaborative development practices use agile principles to structure and organize the development process. The tool support for this includes source code management, with the large majority of development teams using Git. While collaboration patterns and access management of cooperation on source code is studied quite well, for MDWE (Model-Driven Web Engineering) processes, where collaboration happens on models instead of (only) source code, this is not yet the case. The thesis should investigate possibilities of versioning and access management for an existing MDWE platform.
Bachelor
A Multimodal Mentoring Cockpit for Tutor Support - Finished
Completed by Philipp Roytburg in 2019; Supervised by PD Dr. Ralf Klamma, AOR, Prof. Dr. Matthias Jarke; Advisor(s): Peter de Lange, M.Sc., Alexander Tobias Neumann, M.Sc.
Learning analytics aim at providing an insight into the student’s learning process such that individual performance can be measured and thus provide the basis for individual student support. This thesis will utilize and evaluate existing mentoring solutions and aggregate them in a state-of-the-art progressive Web application. The outcome of this thesis will be a newly developed mentoring cockpit that meets the requirements of a holistic mentoring support experience.
Bachelor
Chat Interfaces for Social Bots in a Peer-to-Peer Environment - Finished
Completed by Niels Wießner in 2019; Supervised by PD Dr. Ralf Klamma, AOR, Prof. Dr. Matthias Jarke; Advisor(s): Peter de Lange, M.Sc., Alexander Tobias Neumann, M.Sc.
Social Bots (software robots) are computer algorithms that automatically produce content and interact with humans on social media. This thesis will utilize and evaluate a social bot framework with different community applications. It will also extend the framework to support two-way chat interfaces with the system via common chat applications (e.g. Slack).