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  • Wickramatilake, Rajapaksha Mudiyanselage Tharaka Theekshana (AIT, 2018-07)
    This thesis will try to address the issue of requiring full size computers for applications whose compute requirements lead to a need for graphics processing unit (GPU) intensive processing needs. GPUs are powerful devices ...
  • Wijayarathna, Peruma Hewa Sharm Sriman (AIT, 2017-09)
    The growth of the information and the decision-making systems are currently in vogue in the global environment. The emerging areas such as Big Data and Cloud computing are playing a major technological role in handling ...
  • Xanthavanij, Suwanna (AIT, 2014-12)
    Nowadays, medical and treatment costs dramatically increase. People have to pay an enormous amount of money on their needed medication. Although, Thailand has provided people medical supports such as Medical Welfare ...
  • K.C., Dharma Raj (AIT, 2017-04-26)
    Today, road accidents are one of the major causes of human deaths. Among the different type of road accidents, motorcycle accidents are common in Asia and cause severe injuries. The helmet is the main protection device ...
  • Chawisa, Phumdontree (AIT, 2018-08)
    Due to the current technological advancement of the denominated Artificial Intelligent (AI) and Machine Learning trends along with the undeniable of the big data and FinTech influencers, the novel SentiFine framework was ...
  • Nonthakarn, Chariya (AIT, 2019-05)
    All countries realize the significance of academic development and provide large budgets for academic management. But there are many important issues, such as how to get maximum return on budget used, how to satisfy the ...
  • Kotipalli, Shiva Kumar (AIT, 2018-08-04)
    Modern innovations in imaging technologies and image processing has lead to various inter- esting applications in diverse fields such as medicine,s cience and engineering, agriculture, the live telecasts on a television. ...
  • Chaivivatrakul, Supawadee (AIT, 2014-05)
    Ever since the dawn of human crop cultivation, agricultural processes have primarily used human labor to perform tasks. Humans are still the major contributor to farm maintenance, especially in primarily agricultural ...
  • Khan, Salih (AIT, 2014-05)
    Prediction of the stock trend by using mining techniques is one of the utmost important issues to be inspected. Nowadays, especially in text and data mining society, predicting the stock prices movement based on the news ...
  • Basit, Abdul (AIT, 2014-07)
    Small unmanned ground vehicles (SUGVs) and Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) are useful for gathering information about environments where access by human beings is either impossible or dangerous. They are portable, light ...
  • Pooksook, Jiraporn (2020-07)
    An attempt to commit a crime, regardless of the outcome of the attempt, is itself a criminal offence, particularly in the case of serious crimes. An open issue in the study of Artificial intelligence and Law is whether ...
  • Mohsin, Mazhar (AIT, 2016-07)
    In recent years there has been an increasing number of terrorist attacks and bomb blasts in many public places. Video surveillance systems used in these places currently require monitoring by human operators constantly. ...
  • Rasmeehirun, Vilasinee (AIT, 2018)
    This thesis is an implementation of real-time VIORB SLAM on board for multirotors. The system includes two main parts which are the web application as a ground station application and onboard application as an autonomous ...
  • Yang, Jiawei (AIT, 2016-07)
    Collaborative filtering algorithms are among the most widely used in recommender systems. Since CF algorithms follow a common assumption, that similar users will give similar rating to similar items, I explore four techniques ...
  • Kolkorn, Maturos (AIT, 2016-05)
    The law is complex and difficult to understand. It can lead to the different interpretation in the same situation. In addition, the law often relates to other laws. Thus, the formalization of the law into a logical rule ...
  • Wongsuwan, Kandith (AIT, 2020-05)
    We present a SLAM system, including a post-processing pipeline intended for tree maturity monitoring applications that uses stereo cameras, an IMU, and object information as pipeline inputs. The proposed SLAM methods based ...
  • Mandhati, Sriram Reddy (AIT, 2020-05)
    Rice is a crop feeding more than 3 billion people across the world. Continuous improvements in farming techniques are helpful to farmers looking for high yields. This thesis reports on the development of a system to help ...
  • Panta, Subigya Jyoti (AIT, 2018-05)
    In this thesis, I use video analytics to obtain age and gender of a person and use this information to help bootstrap a recommendation system to overcome the well-known cold start problem. I perform a comparative study of ...
  • Gurung, Anubinda (2020-08)
    The elderly population is increasing year by year and it won’t be long until they represent a majority of the population in many countries. This trend has been further bolstered by decreasing birth rates across the world. ...
  • Jearanaiwongkul, Watanee (AIT, 2014-07)
    As a technology grows up fast, especially the emergence of HTML5. Its abilities were widely increased and allow a 3D element to easily display on every modern web browser. Additionally, a cartography has recently ...

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