WWW-based Ubiquitous Environment for e-Learning and High-Performance Computing


Graduation Theses and Reports

  • Kensaku Hayashi. Graduation Thesis: Service-oriented Tsunami Wave Propagation Modeling Tools, School of Computer Science and Engineering, March 2012. Thesis Adviser: A. Vazhenin
  • Hidenori Yatsu. Graduation Thesis: Task Preparation Tools in eLearning arena, School of Computer Science and Engineering, March 2011. Thesis Adviser: A. Vazhenin
  • Sho Morimoto. Graduation Thesis: Movie-based Representation of LU decomposition, School of Computer Science and Engineering, March 2011. Thesis Adviser: A. Vazhenin
  • Takumi Yaginuma. Graduation Thesis: Verification Engine in Elearning Environment, School of Computer Science and Engineering, March 2011. Thesis Adviser: A. Vazhenin
  • Ryo Odagiri. Graduation Thesis: Problem Editor Environment in eLC2, School of Computer Science and Engineering, March 2011. Thesis Adviser: A. Vazhenin
  • Keisuke Yabuki. Graduation Thesis: e-Learning Student Workplace, School of Computer Science and Engineering, March 2011. Thesis Adviser: A. Vazhenin
  • Yoshinori Morita. Graduation Thesis: Movie-based Image Filtration Algorithms, School of Computer Science and Engineering, March 2011. Thesis Adviser: A. Vazhenin
  • Kasumi Takeshige. Graduation Thesis: A Language of Embedded Clarity Support, School of Computer Science and Engineering, March 2011. Thesis Adviser: Nikolay Mirenkov
  • Yuka Takahashi. Graduation Thesis: Platform-Independent Browsers for Programming in Pictures, School of Computer Science and Engineering, 2011. Thesis Adviser: Yutaka Watanobe
  • Tomoya Numakura. Graduation Thesis: Towards Error-Free Programming in Algorithmic CyberFilm Language, School of Computer Science and Engineering, 2011. Thesis Adviser: Yutaka Watanobe
  • Yuya Watanabe. Graduation Thesis: Filmification of Methods : PushRelabel Maximum Flow Algorithms in Algorithmic CyberFilm Language, University of Aizu, 2011. Thesis Adviser: Yutaka Watanobe
  • Kazumi Nemoto. Graduation Thesis: An Advanced Search System for Learning Objects, School of Computer Science and Engineering, 2011. Thesis Adviser: Yutaka Watanobe
  • Tatsuya Ito. Graduation Thesis: Filmification of Methods: Programming in Pictures for Multi-Agent Simulation, School of Computer Science and Engineering, 2011. Thesis Adviser: Yutaka Watanobe
  • Takuya Watanabe. Graduation Thesis: An Application Server for an Algorithm Library in Visual Programming Languages, University of Aizu, 2010. Thesis Advisor: Y. Watanobe
                       Designed by Dmitry Vazhenin              
                      
Active Knowledge Engineering Laboratory
                       2009-2011