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Malware detection at runtime for resource-constrained mobile devices : data-driven approach

Milošević, Jelena ; Malek, Miroslaw (Dir.)

Thèse de doctorat : Università della Svizzera italiana, 2017 ; 2017INFO012.

The number of smart and connected mobile devices is increasing, bringing enormous possibilities to users in various domains and transforming everything that we get in touch with into smart. Thus, we have smart watches, smart phones, smart homes, and finally even smart cities. Increased smartness of mobile devices means that they contain more valuable information about their users, more decision...

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Online disturbance prediction for enhanced availability in smart grids

Kaitovic, Igor ; Malek, Miroslaw (Dir.)

Thèse de doctorat : Università della Svizzera italiana, 2017 ; 2017INFO011.

A gradual move in the electric power industry towards Smart Grids brings new challenges to the system's efficiency and dependability. With a growing complexity and massive introduction of renewable generation, particularly at the distribution level, the number of faults and, consequently, disturbances (errors and failures) is expected to increase significantly. This threatens to compromise...

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Geometric deep learning for shape analysis : extending deep learning techniques to non-Euclidean manifolds

Boscaini, Davide ; Bronstein, Michael (Dir.) ; Masci, Jonathan (Codir.)

Thèse de doctorat : Università della Svizzera italiana, 2017 ; 2017INFO009.

The past decade in computer vision research has witnessed the re-emergence of artificial neural networks (ANN), and in particular convolutional neural network (CNN) techniques, allowing to learn powerful feature representations from large collections of data. Nowadays these techniques are better known under the umbrella term deep learning and have achieved a breakthrough in performance in a...

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Cell mechanics in flow : algorithms and applications

Lykov, Kirill ; Pivkin, Igor V. (Dir.)

Thèse de doctorat : Università della Svizzera italiana, 2017 ; 2017INFO008.

The computer simulations are pervasively used to improve the knowledge about biophysical phenomena and to quantify effects which are difficult to study experimentally. Generally, the numerical methods and models are desired to be as accurate as possible on the chosen length and time scales, but, at the same time, affordable in terms of computations. Until recently, the cell mechanics and blood...

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Theory and applications of bijective barycentric mappings

Schneider, Teseo ; Hormann, Kai (Dir.)

Thèse de doctorat : Università della Svizzera italiana, 2017 ; 2017INFO007.

Barycentric coordinates provide a convenient way to represent a point inside a triangle as a convex combination of the triangle's vertices, and to linearly interpolate data given at these vertices. Due to their favourable properties, they are commonly applied in geometric modelling, finite element methods, computer graphics, and many other fields. In some of these applications it is desirable...

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Geometry–aware finite element framework for multi–physics simulations : an algorithmic and software-centric perspective

Zulian, Patrick ; Krause, Rolf (Dir.)

Thèse de doctorat : Università della Svizzera italiana, 2017 ; 2017INFO006.

In finite element simulations, the handling of geometrical objects and their discrete representation is a critical aspect in both serial and parallel scientific software environments. The development of codes targeting such envinronments is subject to great development effort and man-hours invested. In this thesis we approach these issues from three fronts. First, stable and efficient ...

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Analysis and new constructions of generalized barycentric coordinates in 2D

Anisimov, Dmitry ; Hormann, Kai (Dir.)

Thèse de doctorat : Università della Svizzera italiana, 2017 ; 2017INFO004.

Different coordinate systems allow to uniquely determine the position of a geometric element in space. In this dissertation, we consider a coordinate system that lets us determine the position of a two-dimensional point in the plane with respect to an arbitrary simple polygon. Coordinates of this system are called generalized barycentric coordinates in 2D and are widely used in computer...

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Holistic recommender systems for software engineering

Ponzanelli, Luca ; Lanza, Michele (Dir.) ; Mocci, Andrea (Codir.)

Thèse de doctorat : Università della Svizzera italiana, 2017 ; 2017INFO005.

The knowledge possessed by developers is often not sufficient to overcome a programming problem. Short of talking to teammates, when available, developers often gather additional knowledge from development artifacts (e.g., project documentation), as well as online resources. The web has become an essential component in the modern developer’s daily life, providing a plethora of information ...

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Observable dynamic compilation

Zheng, Yudi ; Binder, Walter (Dir.)

Thèse de doctorat : Università della Svizzera italiana, 2017 ; 2017INFO003.

Managed language platforms such as the Java Virtual Machine rely on a dynamic compiler to achieve high performance. Despite the benefits that dynamic compilation provides, it also introduces some challenges to program profiling. Firstly, profilers based on bytecode instrumentation may yield wrong results in the presence of an optimizing dynamic compiler, either due to not being aware of...

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Causal loops : logically consistent correlations, time travel, and computation

Ämin, Baumeler ; Wolf, Stefan (Dir.)

Thèse de doctorat : Università della Svizzera italiana, 2017 ; 2017INFO002.

Causal loops are loops in cause-effect chains: An effect can be the cause of that effect's cause. We show that causal loops can be unproblematic, and explore them from different points of view. This thesis is motivated by quantum theory, general relativity, and quantum gravity. By accepting all of quantum theory one can ask whether the possibility to take superpositions extends to causal...