MSc Computer Science Dissertation pool titles

MSc Dissertation Titles

 

Titles in this document are given by members of staff who are actively involved in their respective areas of research and their current interests. Most of the titles are therefore ‘cutting edge’ research, and are targeted in the first instance at MSc students. Some topics may be expressed closely or differently to what you expect but in many cases versions of the topic can be mutually agreed between students and supervisors, which will be within your capabilities.

Procedure

A formal meeting is usually arranged in the first instance with all MSc students to discuss all the topics and questions addressed at this meeting. Students are then given some time to choose the topics and then approach prospective supervisors.

  • Real-time simulation of the human auditory system.
  • IMS Learning Design interoperability
  • Automatic individualization of a learning design 
  • On the role of Effective Computing in future human centric system design
  • Fun with Funges
  • Application of SVM for Extracting Text from Images: A Case Study
  • Fractal Genomics Modelling: a Theoretical Consideration and Analysis
  • Applications of Petri Nets in Web Services: A Case Study 
  • The artificial glial cell (with David Reid)
  • Prototyping Advanced User Interfaces for e-Health
  • Identification of Open Source GIS Data sources and tools for geographically based narrative visualisation
  • Extending the timemap database to include multimedia items

                          • Identify and the most appropriate method for storing and retrieving multimedia
                          • Create a prototype demo

  • Geneological migrations modelled with time maps

                       • Identify appropriate data sources
                       • Develop tools to import the data sources into time map formats
                       • Specify an appropriate interface based on time map principles to display the migrations

  •  Adding layers of information to time map visualisations

                              • Identify appropriate methods of displaying additional information from external sources to time maps

  • Visualising timemap objects using augmented reality

                                • Identify and the most appropriate method for storing and retrieving multimedia
                                • Create a prototype demo

  • Visualising timemap objects using mobile augmented reality 

                                 • Identify and the most appropriate method for storing and retrieving multimedia
                                 • Create a prototype demo

  • Integrating timemaps with virtual reality

                                  • Identify and the most appropriate methods for integrating time maps with virtual reality
                                 • Create a prototype demo

  • Timemap user interaction in a 3D environment

                                    • Identify and the most promising appropriate methods for interacting with temporal data in time maps
                                    • Create a prototype demo

  • Parallel Implementations and Architectures of GAs
  • Quantum Computing 
  • Petri Nets and Novels applications

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