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Dissertation - Department of Computer Science and Engineering

Dissertation - Department of Computer Science and Engineering

 

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  • Afsana Ahmed Munia (Department of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE), 2017-03)
    A round-robin tournament (or all-play-all tournament) is a competition “in which each con- testant plays all other contestants in turn”. The problem of ranking players in a round-robin tournament with a win or a loss outcome ...
  • Rakib Ahmed Saleh (Department of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE), 2017-04)
    Biological networks representation and analysis have become an everyday tool for many biologists, as these interaction graphs makes it easier to analyze and understand interactions between individuals, disease transmission, ...
  • Abdus Salam Azad (Department of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE), 2017-01)
    The Vehicle Routing Problem (VRP) is a widely studied combinatorial optimization problem. We introduce a variant of the Multi-Depot and Periodic Vehicle Routing Problem (MDPVRP) and propose a heuristic initialized ...
  • Ali Nayeem, Muhammad (Department of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE), 2016-11)
    Nowadays, the increasing private vehicles have caused severe tra c congestion, environmental pollution and road accidents in many cities around the world. As such, public transport has been widely recognized as an e ...
  • Sadia Shamma (Department of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE), 2016-09)
    This thesis proposes a patient's health data acquisition system for community health care through mHealth. In this system, patients gather in a community clinic where an attend• ing health worker records patient ...
  • Roksana Jahan (Department of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE), 2017-01)
    Planning user trips in an e ective and e cient manner has become an important topic in recent years. In this thesis, we introduce Group Trip Scheduling (GTS) queries, a novel query type in spatial databases. Family members ...
  • Toufique Ahmed (Department of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE), 2016-12)
    The sentiment (i.e., general positive or negative attitude) towards another person, entity or event significantly influences a person’s decision-making process. It is one of the most important factors that influences ...
  • Aashikur Rahman Azim, Md. (Department of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE), 2016-12)
    String matching and sequence alignment problems are classical problems in Computer Science with extensive applications in di erent branches of science and engineering. These problems are interesting as fundamental computer ...
  • AlMahmud, Mohammad (Department of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE), 2016-02)
    Art gallery problem is a well known visibility problem where objective is to cover the whole gallery by the minimum number of cameras. In computa- tional geometry galleries are represented by two dimensional ...
  • Jannatul Maowa (Department of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE), 2016-07)
    A tree is a connected acyclic graph on n vertices and n􀀀1 edges. Graceful labeling of a tree is a labeling of its vertices with the numbers from 0 to n􀀀1, so that no two vertices share a label, labels of edges, being ...
  • Fahim Hasan Khan (Department of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE), 2015-12)
    With the increasing use of mobile devices, now it is possible to collect different data about the day-to-day activities of personal life of the user. Call Detail Record (CDR) is the available mobile phone usage dataset ...
  • Nafeez Abrar (Department of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE), 2016-06)
    Participatory sensing technology is designed to facilitate community people collect, analyze, and share information for their mutual bene t in a cost-e ective way using smart-phones, camera or other ad-hoc sensing devices. ...
  • Moin Mostakim (Department of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE), 2016-08)
    In this thesis, we design and develop a content replication technique for replicating contents in disaster response networks. Disaster response networks evolve after a disaster when usual communication (e.g., the Internet) ...
  • Mobasshir Arshed Naved, Md. (Department of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE), 2016-09)
    Physical activity is an important factor that is considered for the prevention of diseases like diabetes or hypertension and for rehabilitation. Besides the advancement of technology and availability of smart-phones ...
  • Abu Reyan Ahmed (Department of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE), 2016-07)
    Consider an online facility assignment problem where a set of facilities F of equal capacity l is situated on a metric space and customers arrive one by one in an online manner on that space. We assign a customer ci to ...
  • Bepery, Chinmay (Department of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE), 2016-04)
    The longest common subsequence problem is a classical string problem that concerns of finding the common subsequence which is the longest of every member of a given set of strings, where input strings are assumed to be ...
  • Khaledur Rahman, Md. (Department of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE), 2016-04)
    The problem of sorting by a genome rearrangement event asks for the minimum number of that event required to sort the elements of a given permutation. In this thesis, we study some variants of the rearrangement event called ...
  • Ashraful Hakim, Mohammad (Department of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE), 2016-02)
    Reducing the road tra c congestion has become an important challenge in recent years; the researchers have focused on identifying causes and remedies for the tra c congestion. However, the impact of the locations and ...
  • Nazmun Naher (Department of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE), 2016-02)
    Location-based applications like nearby information services (e.g., nding the nearest bus station or a hospital), tra c monitoring, urban planning and transport management facilitate the development of smart cities and ...
  • Mittra, Tanni (Department of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE), 2015-09)
    Recent advances in information and communication technology make huge amount of heterogeneous information available for us. But semantically integration of information and provide machine understandable meaning to ...

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