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1. Evaluating credal set theory as a belief framework in high-level information fusion for automated decision-making
Sammanfattning : High-level information fusion is a research field in which methods for achieving an overall understanding of the current situation in an environment of interest are studied. The ultimate goal of these methods is to provide effective decision-support for human or automated decision-making. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : Machine learning algorithms are very successful in solving classification and regression problems, however the immense amount of data created by digitalization slows down the training and predicting processes, if solvable at all. High-Performance Computing(HPC) and particularly parallel computing are promising tools for improving the performance of machine learning algorithms in terms of time. LÄS MER
3. Integrating domain knowledge into deep learning : Increasing model performance through human expertise
Sammanfattning : The research in this thesis is focused on how deep learning models can be designed and implemented to better emulate and integrate the heuristic reasoning process of human experts. Several case studies, within the domains of steel making and drug discovery, are conducted in order to evaluate the performance of these models, in comparison to models that do not consider human expert knowledge from the targeted domain. LÄS MER
4. Metaproteogenomics-guided enzyme discovery : Targeted identification of novel proteases in microbial communities
Sammanfattning : Industrial biotechnology is a large and growing industry as it is part of establishing a “greener” and more sustainable bioeconomy-based society. Using enzymes as biocatalysts is a viable alternative to chemicals and energy intense industrial processes and is en route to a more sustainable industry. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : This thesis focuses on literacy in children aged 11-12. The overriding purpose is to describe the specific competencies that children employ in their daily use of writing. LÄS MER