Recent Submissions

  • Intelligent robotic navigation 

    Nurhaqim Mohammad (2019)
    One interesting Speaker, Mr. Gonzalo Ferrer – SKOLTECH [5] mentioned that robot barely perceive the world, which is formidably complex and process this limited data to plan their motions. And one can also argue that ...
  • Vultron : towards secure smart contracts -- a runtime monitoring approach 

    Yang, Xuan (2019)
    Ethereum smart contracts are paving their way into the future of commerce and high stakes are placed upon the correct implementation of their specifications. However, in the history of Ethereum, several vulnerabilities ...
  • Classification of major depressive disorder using functional connectome data 

    Tan, Jia Jun (2019)
    The brain consists of billions of neurons, communicating with each other to give humans cognitive, sensing and reasoning abilities. Major Depressive Disorder (MDD) has affects around 4% of the world population. MDD has ...
  • Effectiveness of multiplayer in brain training games 

    Poh, Ban Hoe (2019-11-11)
    The brain is able to perform cognitive functions in order to learn and adapt. Through neuroplasticity, the brain can improve cognitive functions to better suit to tasks, and this concept is applied in the IT space through ...
  • Mobile application for music synthesis using tangible blocks 

    Ong, You Ping (2019)
    This project explores the possibility of creating or recreating musical rhythms in real-time using tangible objects, which would be detected via the rear camera of a mobile device. As such, an application with tangible ...
  • Remote driven robotic vehicle system 

    Chen, Wei Jian (2019)
    This project studies and investigates the design and application of a remote driven robotic vehicle system. With the advancements in Communications Technology and Augmented Reality, robotic systems are expanding into ...
  • Simple human counting system with LoRa integration 

    Koh, Ji Sheng (2019)
    The Internet of Things (IoT) is a smart network of devices, ranging from small household electrical appliances to larger objects such as cars and buses. These “Smart” objects are built containing special hardware and ...
  • Browser-based demonstration of blockchain distributed ledger 

    Chu, Zhen Ting (2019)
    Blockchain applications have expanded its influence beyond the field of cryptocurrencies into many other different areas of focus. Many industries have incorporated Blockchain technology into their business model to ...
  • An interactive web demo for various cipher mode operations 

    Muhammad Hanif Abd Latif (2019)
    The objective of this project is to build an interactive web-based application to cater for various block ciphers. The focus is also to study the algorithms, modes and to provide a learning tool or application for ...
  • Raspberry Pi - based Alexa System 

    Nurul Khairiah Abdul Kadir (2019)
    Spurred by the advancement of artificial intelligence and natural language processing, virtual assistants such as Google Assistant and Alexa are becoming widely available. Despite the popularity of virtual assistants, ...
  • Survey of cyber insurance products 

    Ng, Wan Qing (2019)
    This project proposed a cyber insurance recommender system leveraging on content-based filtering technique. User’s preference was used to calculate a score for all cyber insurance products stored in the database. Ranking ...
  • Person-centred care for dementia patients (front end Android app) 

    Yeo, Yai Wen (2019)
    Dementia is an ailment that impairs the reasoning, memory, and daily social interaction of an individual. The issue of dementia is paramount worldwide especially for an ageing population such as Singapore. Caregivers often ...
  • Deep learning approach for detection of melanoma from skin lesion images 

    Ku, Hui Sien (2019)
    Melanoma is a skin cancer type that results in the highest mortality and is increasingly aggressive to affect human health. Early diagnosis and detection of melanoma is crucial to lower its fatality. Since 1990s, many ...
  • Interactive gesture-based music on a mobile phone 

    Ng, Joseph Heng Qi (2019)
    This project is concerned with using hand gestures to produce musical sounds, using a mobile phone and its camera functionality. As such, the end goal involves the user being able to, with the aid of additional props, ...
  • Robot exploration using computer vision 

    Manese, Mark Lorenze Tulio (2019)
    The marrying of robotics, automation and computer vision have become a major advancement in technology for the many robots that we see today and the future to come. Such as the well-known Curiosity Rover designed by NASA ...
  • A survey of cybersecurity laws and a web-based visualization system of survey results 

    Lim, Cedric (2019)
    This Final Year Report analyses and reviews the current state of cybersecurity laws and which laws are important to the maintenance of a strong cybersecurity environment. To achieve this, we have identified important ...
  • A web-based mathematical question crowd-sourcing platform 

    Wu, Zhenghao (2019)
    To improve the mathematical capabilities of the university students, several math document retrieval systems are in place to allow users to search for math questions. Some of them are even able to generate practice papers ...
  • Deep learning of human brain activation 

    Chan, Yi Hao (2019)
    It has been shown that deep neural networks can be trained to perform classification tasks on neuroimaging data. However, past studies typically use the entire set of features to train without knowing whether they are ...
  • Bridging the gaps between jobs and skill courses 

    Zheng, Johnathan Jiequn (2019)
    The project focuses on bulk collecting the advertised job and skill course data online and finding ways to convert and store these raw data in structured data sets. Devising an algorithm to establish relevance between the ...
  • Make computational thinking course full of fun 

    Tan, Jin Ting (2019)
    In recent years, the popularity of Computing course has increased, and more students from different backgrounds are trying to learn the subject. As programming is usually very technical and complex, it might be difficult ...

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