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Wearable technology for activity tracking has been widely adopted to support users in improving or maintaining their physical activity rates. However, while some users derive value from their trackers for a long time, others find barriers to incorporating this technology into their routines. Using an... READ MORE
Data-driven inference is widely encountered in various scientific domains to convert the observed measurements into information that cannot be directly observed about a system. Despite the quickly-developing sensor and imaging technologies, in many domains, data collection remains an expensive endeavor due to financial and... READ MORE
Internet and mobile connectivity has grown tremendously in the last few decades, creating an ever increasing demand for Internet Protocol (IP) addresses. The pool of Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4) addresses, once assumed to be more than sufficient for every person on this planet, has... READ MORE
Sentiment Analysis is growing exponentially due to the importance of the automation in mining, extracting and processing information in order to determine the general opinion of a person. The problem that this thesis proposes to address is to determine what methods are more suitable to... READ MORE
As the world continues to embrace a completely digital society in all aspects of life, the ever present threat of a security flaw in a software system looms. Especially with a stream of high profile security flaws and breaches, the public is more aware... READ MORE
In the Android ecosystem today, code is often reused by developers in the form of software libraries. This practice not only saves time, but also reduces the complexity of software development. However, like all other software, software libraries are prone to bugs, design flaws,... READ MORE