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Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 20 of 63
Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2015Using social media as a basis for marketing initiativesSteer, Kelly (2015)
2014Exam time-table schedulingZerafa, Bernice (2014)
2013Improving airlines' real-time, online reservation systemsZahra, Rebecca (2013)
2013Decision tree learning algorithms in a cloud computing environment, utilizing the map reduce programming frameworkVella, Luke (2013)
2015Comparing Erlang-based web technologies with emerging MEAN stack for scalable web applicationsTabone, Jamie (2015)
2015Spam detection using machine learning techniquesSciberras, Kyle (2015)
2010Hardware implementation of a JPEG encoderSchembri, Lara (2010)
2012A smart parking advisor using mobile technologyScerri, Stefan (2012)
2013A socio-recruitment system using multi-criteria decision analysis for candidate rankingVella, Zachary (2013)
2011Automated sunspot classification using machine learning techniquesCauchi, Daniela (2011)
2015CirrusPGA : a framework enabling automated cloud-based parallel genetic algorithmsBorg, Jeremy Anthony (2015)
2015The characteristics and consequent limitations of distributed data designMintoff, Charlene (2015)
2015Emotion-based music playerPortelli, Christopher (2015)
2013Spatial database and routing : a design and implementation for better journey managementGalea, Ryan (2013)
2012Web-based profile builderGalea, Christabelle (2012)
2013Investigating technological challenges involved when adopting smart mobile technology for gesture communicationFarrugia, Matthew (2013)
2013Web-based software tools for handling missing data in medical questionnairesFarrugia, Dylan (2013)
2013Audio fingerprintingDarmanin, Glenn (2013)
2015Designing a user interface for a Maltese electoral system voting machineDepares, Matteo (2015)
2013Text to design (TTOD)Debattista, Aaron (2013)
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