AUT - Master of Computer and Information Sciences (MCIS) and Bachelor of Computer and Information Sciences Honours (BCIS Hons): Past and Current Theses and Dissertations

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Master of Computer and Information Sciences (MCIS) and Bachelor of Computer and Information Sciences Honours (BCIS Hons): Past and Current Theses and Dissertations

MCIS Programme Leader Contact: Shoba Tegginmath
Phone: +64 9 921-9999 x. 5829
Email:  shoba.tegginmath@aut.ac.nz

Suggested Areas of Thesis and Dissertation Research

Master of Computer and Information Sciences
Theses and Dissertations (Current)

2012

  • Implementing a mobile robot to perform cognitive mapping using vision
  • Developing an application for an android tablet to help parents keep their children motivated for learning
  • A novel system for improving energy efficiency in mobile computing
  • Computerized Tanker Cargo Operation
  • Applicability of SEIM technology in network and IT security operations
  • Integrating knowledge based features for document categorization
  • MataNui - A Grid Data Infrastructure
  • RFID usage for monitoring drug dispensing in healthcare
  • Agent-based modelling for understanding software process activities, actions and interactions
  • Comparisons of the online buying behaviour in Saudi Arabia and New Zealand: A comparative Case Study
  • Trust-based Geographical Routing For Green SmartGrid
  • Contemporary Computational Methods and Systems for personalised modelling applied in Bioinformatics
  • Examining the expectations of user involvement in software development
  • Design and Evaluation of a Joint Energy Efficiency and QoS aware Routing Protocol for MANETs
  • Spiking Neural Network for Image Recognition
  • Enhancing Energy efficiency in Smart Building with RFID technology
  • Supporting participation and learning with mobile technologies
  • A study if the effect of people movement on Wi-Fi link throughput using propagation measurements and simulation
  • Development of an android application for event management and timing using near field communication technology
  • Optimisation of learning kernels in Spike Pattern Association Neurons

 Past Thesis and Dissertation Research

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