Essays about: "Classification"

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  1. 1. Innovation Adoption for Eco Materials in the Construction Industry in Sweden: How Three Players Can Actively Foster the Adoption Process - A Case Study on the Material Hempcrete with the Company House of Hemp

    University essay from Göteborgs universitet/Graduate School

    Author : Anna Marija Jefimova; Sophia Tafertshofer; [2021-07-06]
    Keywords : Swedish construction industry; innovation adoption; hempcrete; eco material;

    Abstract : The construction industry is currently experiencing environmental problems associated withgreenhouse gas emissions, in particular due to the extensive use of unsustainable materials. Inthis regard, the industry is in need of alternative solutions, one of which is the introduction ofinnovative green materials. READ MORE

  2. 2. Driver Behavior Classification in Electric Vehicles

    University essay from Göteborgs universitet/Institutionen för data- och informationsteknik

    Author : FEDERICA COMUNI; CHRISTOPHER MÉSZÁROS; [2021-07-06]
    Keywords : Aggressive driver behavior; Driver behavior classification; Self-attention; Recurrence plots; active learning; Active deep dropout; Gradual pseudo labeling;

    Abstract : Studies have shown that driving style affects the energy consumption of electric vehicles, with aggressive driving consuming up to 30% more energy than moderate driving. Therefore, modeling of aggressive driving can provide a more precise estimation of the energy consumption and the remaining range of a vehicle. READ MORE

  3. 3. Classification of role stereotypes for classes in UML class diagrams using machine learning

    University essay from Göteborgs universitet/Institutionen för data- och informationsteknik

    Author : Jobaer Ahmed; Maoyi Huang; [2021-03-03]
    Keywords : role-stereotypes; machine learning algorithm; classification; data analysis; data mining; UML class diagram; software design; software engineering;

    Abstract : Software development process is becoming inherently complex in recent decades.To reduce the complexity in the development process developers, software practitioners are constantly looking for newer approach. One approach can be understanding the software design for instance, the UML models earlier in the softwaredevelopment process. READ MORE

  4. 4. Carta ex Machina: Testing object-based machine learning and unsupervised classification in land use change detection mapping in the semi-arid governorate of Sidi Bouzid, Tunisia

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Institutionen för naturgeografi och ekosystemvetenskap

    Author : Kristian Emil Havnsgaard Paludan; [2021]
    Keywords : Change detection; Land use mapping; LANDSAT MSS; LANDSAT TM; GEOBIA; Random Forest classification; ISODATA cluster classification; Object-based classification; Semi-arid agriculture; Irrigation mapping; Earth and Environmental Sciences;

    Abstract : Sidi Bouzid, Tunisia is an inland governorate in Tunisia that has undergone a rapid agricultural and urban development since the Tunisian independence in 1952 from being a rural and largely nomadic region into a hub of irrigated agriculture. In 2010 Mohamed Bouazizi sparked the Tunisian revolution by lighting himself on fire int he city of Sidi Bouzid, with some blaming the inequality and water scarcity created by this rapid expansion in the irrigation farming as an important cause (Bayat, 2017; Malka, 2018). READ MORE

  5. 5. Comparison of Logistic Regression and an Explained Random Forest in the Domain of Creditworthiness Assessment

    University essay from KTH/Skolan för elektroteknik och datavetenskap (EECS)

    Author : Marcus Ankaräng; Jakob Kristiansson; [2021]
    Keywords : Classification; Creditworthiness; Explainable Artificial Intelligence; Logistic Regression; Machine Learning; Random Forest; SHAP; XAI;

    Abstract : As the use of AI in society is developing, the requirement of explainable algorithms has increased. A challenge with many modern machine learning algorithms is that they, due to their often complex structures, lack the ability to produce human-interpretable explanations. READ MORE