Recent Submissions

  • The Relo-KT Process for Cross-Disciplinary Knowledge Transfer 

    CLARKE, EMMA LOUISE (Trinity College Dublin. School of Computer Science & Statistics. Discipline of Computer Science, 2019)
    Digital humanities research, by its nature, is collaborative and interdisciplinary. A key aim when undertaking cross-disciplinary research is to integrate insights from two or more distinct disciplines using both formal ...
  • Computational Shedding in Stream Computing 

    GUERIN, DAVID (Trinity College Dublin. School of Computer Science & Statistics. Discipline of Computer Science, 2019)
    Stream Computing, a generic on-line data processing paradigm has emerged as the preferred approach in the processing of continuous data streams. Data streams suffer from a bursty characteristic where the data rate of the ...
  • Exploring use of the Bridge21 model as a 21st Century method of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) in Computer Science (CS) for Teachers in Ireland 

    FISHER, LORRAINE (Trinity College Dublin. School of Computer Science & Statistics. Discipline of Computer Science, 2019)
    Across Europe there is strong push to teach Computer Science (CS) in post-primary schools (Forbes & Messina, 2002). Sentance and Csizmadia (2017a) advise that CS is perceived as a difficult subject, and call for Continuing ...
  • Unrepresentable: Technological Futures, Art and The Ontological Singularity 

    O'DEA, TOM (Trinity College Dublin. School of Computer Science & Statistics. Discipline of Computer Science, 2019)
    This thesis examines the implications of the increasing prevalence of computation in contemporary society. In doing so the thesis develops a definition of computation that is based on the manipulation and communication of ...
  • Brexit has us all on Edge 

    FLYNN, DANIEL ROGER (Trinity College Dublin. School of Computer Science & Statistics. Discipline of Computer Science, 2019)
    In this piece of research, we examine the evolution of sentiment proxies, commonly used to account for investor behaviour in the financial economics literature. Advancements in computing techniques, such as sentiment ...

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