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Development of a Data Ecosystem Model for the Context of Procurement

April 20th, 2022 | by

Algorithmic Approaches to Overlapping Community Detection – Local Optimization Algorithm based on Cliques

April 13th, 2022 | by

Algorithmic Approaches to Overlapping Community Detection – Clustering Graphs into Subgraphs

April 11th, 2022 | by

Overlapping Community Detection for Botnet analysis on Twitter

April 8th, 2022 | by

The study of (social) structures in real-world networks is known as (social) network analysis. Nodes and linkages make up networks. Communities are subnetworks in which nodes have more connections to nodes within the subnetwork than to nodes outside the subnetwork. The difficulty of detecting nodes in networks that belong to more than one sub-network is known as overlapping community detection. The goal of this work is to extend our existing bot detection framework to include community detection functionality.

Time-series based Academic Trend and Downtrend Detection

April 8th, 2022 | by

Analysis of literature in scientific conferences and journals to identify and describe the evolution of trends is valuable for supporting the dissemination and distribution of knowledge in a large-scale decentralized research community. A trend is an increase in popularity, while a downtrend describes a decrease in popularity of a certain topic. The goal of this work is to extend our existing citation recommendation bot to provide temporal context information to the recommendations by time-series based trend analysis.

Defense against Data Poisoning Attacks in Federated Learning

April 5th, 2022 | by

Web Frontend for the Gamification of Habit Forming in Distance Education

March 31st, 2022 | by

The implementation of game-design features and gaming concepts in non-game environments is known as gamification, whereas habit development is the process through which a behavior becomes automatic or habitual via repeated repetition. The goal of this thesis is to use the open-source Gamification Framework developed at our chair in the context of seminar papers and theses. This work is intended to extend our motivation solution and build a Web frontend to provide long-term support to the learners in their academic endeavors.

Algorithmic Approaches to Overlapping Community Detection – Community Overlap PRopagation Algorithm (COPRA)

March 24th, 2022 | by

Enhancing the Community Application Editor with Automated Tests & DevOpsUse Bots

March 23rd, 2022 | by

Research interest in DevOps bots has increased in recent years, but only a few bots currently support end-user participation in the DevOps approach. Using wireframes and model-driven software development approaches allows end-users to take part in the development process.

Validating the Reference Architecture Model of International Data Spaces Regarding Vocabulary Sharing Requirements From Life-Science Industry in the Context of Persistent Identifier Systems

March 22nd, 2022 | by