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    • Development of a crawler to collect online game playing traces 

      Lee, Jia Hao (2018-11-21)
      Over the years, the rise of multiplayer online games has seen games evolve from having to be played in the same room to being able to play with people across the world through an internet connection. Coupled with the upsurge ...
    • Google voice AIY based chatbot 

      Chua, Josephine Xi Hui (2018-11-21)
      With the advancement in technology, virtual assistants such as Siri, Google Assistant and Alexa are on the rise and are widely used in the market now. The AIY Voice Kit is part of the AIY projects from Google which aims ...
    • Mini robot companion for elderly care / monitoring 

      Hsin, Jia Jing (2018-11-21)
      The increase in ageing population caused an increase in the number of elderly individuals living alone. Living alone has been found to increase feeling of loneliness, affects social well-being, and is a significant predictor ...
    • BreachAI : an artificial intelligence approach to enhance automated security testing of web applications 

      Soong, Jie Ming (2018-11-21)
      Web application vulnerabilities are uncovered by using a method known as fuzzing, which consists of automatically generating and sending malicious inputs to a chosen web application. Modern day security scanners have helped ...
    • Mobile app to play team building games 

      Phua, Wen Yao (2018-11-21)
      As we advance into the digital age, physical team bonding games need to be updated to function well if not better as a digital media, lest they become left behind and forgotten. This project seeks to create an application ...
    • FYP examiner allocation system improvement 

      Guo, Sha (2018-11-21)
      Every student in the School of Computer Science and Engineering, Nanyang Technological University is required to do a final year project as part of the requirement of the bachelor’s degree program. The FYP is then assessed ...
    • Game design and control using EEG signals : a brain-computer interface game to improve the ADHD patient's attention 

      Wu, Eugene Weijie (2018-11-21)
      With the rise of technology, the sophistication of video games is rising. Not only restricted to the computer games or mobile games, but recent advancements have also allowed Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) to be implemented ...
    • Security analysis of mobile banking 

      Tok, Jonus Jun Ming (2018-11-21)
      This report provides a comprehensive theoretical study on security analysis of mobile banking. As mobile banking gets more and more efficient and convenient in recent years, security is as important as ever. It will be ...
    • Music visualization 

      Chng, Cassandra Chi Ern (2018-11-21)
      The differences in place of origin and instruments between Western and Chinese music are merely skin-deep. Differences in tuning and therefore scales posits a far deeper contrary in the harmony each music holds. Perceptually, ...
    • A hybrid approach for real-time sentiment analysis & visualization of tweets in Singlish 

      Lim, Michelle Shi Hui (2018-11-21)
      In the Social Age today, the number of people turning to social media sites to voice their opinions is increasing at a staggering rate. Since there lies such a great amount of sentiment-filled text on Twitter, this arises ...
    • Gaze estimation using residual neural network 

      Wong, En Teng (2018-11-21)
      The eye is a vital source of visual information for emotion, focus and cognitive processes. Tracking the eyes has proved to be an important tool for researches in multiple fields. However, the appearance of the eye is ...
    • Person-centred care for dementia patients (front end Android app) 

      Tan, Ashley Zhi Ruong (2018-11-21)
      Singapore has one the fastest ageing population in the Asia-Pacific region and the amount of people living with dementia is expected to double by 2030. Although dementia is commonly known to affect the older population, ...
    • Assisted child-minding based on visual activity monitoring in a home camera surveillance system 

      Chua, Jarrett Zong Xuan (2018-11-21)
      Monitoring a child can be demanding these days. This is especially so in our current society where both parents are busy with work both inside and outside of the house. Children might get injured when the parents are not ...
    • Designing a web platform for academic research on premodern world maps and chronicles 

      Ker, Min Jie (2018-11-21)
      Materials like premodern world maps and chronicles are important to scholars, mainly historians, who is doing their academic research. Engineering Historical Memory has a WordPress website with a plugin that allows scholars ...
    • Automated testing of web 2.0 applications to detect bugs 

      Ukhrawiah Suratman (2018-11-21)
      In today’s world, web application plays a vital role in every aspect of human life. If there is any defects or faults discovered in a web application, organisations around the world will suffer serious consequences. ...
    • Investigating EEG correlates of limb motor activity II 

      Tan, Chester Wei Jie (2018-11-21)
      This aim of this project was to study the correlation between brain activity and limb motion. This was done by developing a BCI system for collecting mocap data and EEG data simultaneously from users through a game. A Unity ...
    • Development of air traffic simulation model 

      Chong, Kee Foong (2018-11-21)
      In recent years, demands for air travel have been increasing. Countries are upgrading or building their airports to meet these growing demands. As the volume of air traffic increases, the work load of the air traffic ...
    • Improving user's safety on pedestrian paths 

      Tok, Xin Yi (2018-11-21)
      Walking is one of the most commonly used transport methods. Research has shown that there is an increasing number of people who are focused on their mobile devices while walking. As such, the number of injuries and fatal ...
    • Deep learning of human brain activations 

      Lim, Marcus (2018-11-21)
      Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) is one of the leading methods for analyzing brain functions as it is non-invasive and has a high spatial resolution of the brain. FMRI recognizes activations in the brain through ...
    • Real-time emotion detection 

      Koh, Melvyn Nguan Theng (2018-11-20)
      Deep learning dominates the field of computer vision in recent years and in every few weeks a new deep learning technology takes over the other. Herein, convolutional neural network (CNN) is applied in this project. Detecting ...