Thesis final v7

Comparative Analysis of Louvain and K-Means Methods for Community Detection By Firstname LastnameUniversity Name Abstract Community detection in the graphs of complex real network systems is a significant area of data science research. A community or a cluster is one that has many edges joining the vertices included within the cluster while fewer edges joining with the vertices not included. The criteria for inclusion in a community is based on the data of the vertices and edges. A system’s data helps form communities of a system. These communities help the data analysts in getting a high-level view of the system’s constituents. Such a view is crucial for executing behavioral analysis,...

Highway Decision Making Re

Highway Overtaking Decision-Making by (name) Course Tutor University City, State where it is located The Date Abstract The highway decision-making process requires someone who is calculative and creative in various circumstances. The logic of the model works on the principles of neural networks and the artificial intelligence. The neural network uses complicated electronic networks to monitor and control the steps of the game. The neural network works to resemble the actual process of overtaking needs fast decision maker to over speed and overtake the vehicle ahead. The decision relies on several factors such as the condition of the highway, the speed of the vehicle being overtaken, and...

DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF FINGERPRINT BASED ATTENDANCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FOR TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS

Chapter 3 & 4 Chapter 3 & 4 3.1 Brief Introduction This work is based on the development and implementation of fingerprint-based attendance management for tertiary institutes. The system is intended to identify and monitor the check-in and check-out of both lecturers and students during class sessions. The system requires that all administrators, lecturers, and students enroll their fingerprints to allow for identification and verification of their identity. The primary idea behind developing this system was to avoid fake records of student’s attendance. 3.2 Methodology The developer adopted a top-down approach in designing the proposed system. A top-down approach involves the...

Computer Systems Architecture

Student’s Name Professor’s Name Course Title Date WinTop Inc. Customer Registration System Purpose The report provides an architectural system overview within WinTop, Inc. using various architectural perspectives to illustrate various features of their customer registration system. The report captures and conveys the fundamental decisions that one makes interacting with the system. WinTop, Inc. intends to come up with a system that enables customers to set and operate accounts with minimal assistance. Scope The Software Architecture Documentation avails the overview of the customer registration architecture. The customer registration system would get deployed within WinTop, Inc.’s...