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  • 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 ...
  • Perceptually Optimized Color Maps for Visualizing Large Numbers of Features 

    Dingliana, John (IEEE, 2019)
    We propose an approach, called the Equilibrium Distribution Model (EDM), for automatically selecting colors with optimum perceptual contrast for scientific visualization. Given any number of features that need to be ...
  • Queryable Provenance Metadata For GDPR Compliance 

    O'Sullivan, Declan; PANDIT, HARSHVARDHAN JITENDRA; Lewis, David (2018)
    Information associated with regulatory compliance is often siloed as legal documentation that is not suitable for querying or reuse. Utilising open standards and technologies to represent and query this information can ...
  • Automatic generation of relational to ontology mapping correspondences 

    MATHUR, SAHIL NAKUL (Trinity College Dublin. School of Computer Science & Statistics. Discipline of Computer Science, 2019)
    This thesis presents Milan, an automatic relational-to-ontology system. Milan automatically generates mapping correspondences from a source relational database (RDB) and a target ontology. It addresses the relational-to-ontology ...

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