Campus HagenbergInformatik, Kommunikation, Medien

Studienprojekte

Projekte sind ein essenzieller Bestandteil des Curriculums von Mobile Computing. Die Studierenden bekommen die Möglichkeit, das im Zuge ihres Studiums erworbene theoretische Wissen selbst praktisch umzusetzen. Ein sowohl für StudentInnen als auch für Lehrende immer wieder spannendes Unterrichtskonzept, in dem schon erfolgreiche Startups wie z.B. runtastic und Butleroy ihre Anfänge gefunden haben.

Debugging-Isolating failure causes and cause-effect chains

Techniques to be analyzed/implemented: Delta Debugging, Fuzz Testing, Statistical Testing.
Mar 2017 - Jul 2017    mehr

A Metamorphic Code Engine on ARM

The goal for the whole master thesis project is to build a state of the art metamorphic code engine which supports at least the ARM architecture, but preferably has an easy to adopt open design. In this first project we take a look at existing projects and technologies and how they solved this problem. In order to be able to compare different approaches we look into some methods of how to compare multiple generations of a metamorphic code engine like the ngram or opcode graph similarity.
Mar 2017 - Jul 2017    mehr

User Interaction Based Recommender System for Travel Offers on Mobile Devices

The main goal was, to implement a Recommender System for the Travel-Deals App Fareeo.
Mar 2017 - Jul 2017    mehr

Traffic Flow Analysis based on Web-Map Applications

The project consists of two components: REST-API and Java-Client. The Client allows to request and/or record the traffic situation at a certain location using the implemented REST-API. The results are based on Bing-Incidents-API and Here-Incidents-API.
Mar 2017 - Jul 2017    mehr

Iris Recognition

An Android application which is capable of taking images of an iris and use a tool chain to segment this picture, extract its features and store the according iris code. The stored iris code then can be used to compare against other already stored iris codes and present the matching results to the user.
Oct 2016 - Feb 2017    mehr

Motion Capture with Smart Textiles

A compressive arm sleeve is being equipped with a stretch sensor and a LilyPad Simblee. The stretch sensor is knitted out of conductive yarn and is able to sense the current position of the user's arm. The LilyPad Simblee is used to send the data wireless via BLE to an iOS device, where the result is being visualised.
Oct 2016 - Feb 2017    mehr

Monitoring Arm Carriage with a Smartwatch

An existing approach to monitor arm carriage in running should be investigated and a comparable solution for a smartwatch shall be designed and implemented.
Oct 2016 - Feb 2017    mehr

Intelligent Carpooling System

Every day thousands of commuters are on the roads. Often the way to work of them is very similar or intersects, which enables a big opportunity for carpooling. The problem is that many people don’t know with whom to form a carpool. The aim of the project is to provide an easy to use and high quality matching system to connect commuters and let the form carpools.
Oct 2016 - Feb 2017    mehr

Platooning Extension for TraffSim

In this project the TraffSim traffic simulator of the Nemo Research Group will be extended by a platooning model. Platooning is a cooperative driving model where one leader vehicle controlled by an human is followed by some automatically controlled vehicles. This will improve the road capacity and decrease fuel consumption.
Oct 2016 - Feb 2017    mehr

Development and Evaluation of 3D interaction techniques using Google’s Project Tango

The project is designed to evaluate interaction techniques in a three dimensional, augmented reality space. The different techniques shall be evaluated in terms of time and error related performance as well as the resulting memorability of performed actions.
Oct 2016 - Feb 2017    mehr
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