Recent PhD theses

  • Bo QU: Dynamic Processes on Complex Networks, ISBN 978-94-6186-837-4, September 2017
  • Xinchao LI: Large Scale Image Retrieval for Location Estimation, ISBN 978-94-92516-11-4, October 2016
  • Jeroen VUURENS: Proximity of Terms, Texts and Semantic Vectors in Information retrieval, ISBN 978-94-6186-803-9, 2016
  • Cynthia LIEM: Multifaceted Approaches to Music Information Retrieval, ISBN 978-94-6299-238-2, November 2015
  • Christoph KOFLER: User Intent in Online Video Search, ISBN 978-94-6233-102-0, November 2015
  • Carsten EICKHOFF: Contextual Multidimensional Relevance Models, ISBN 978-0-692-30796-0, October 2014
  • Samur ARAUJO: Data Integration over Distributed and Heterogeneous Data Endpoints, ISBN 978-90-6464-752-9, February 2014
  • Linjun YANG: Advanced Retrieval Models for Web Image Search, ISBN 978-94-618617-2-6, July 2013
  • Yue SHI: Ranking and Context-Awareness in Recommender Systems, ISBN 978-94-618616-6-5, June 2013
  • Stevan RUDINAC: Advancing the Relevance Criteria for Video Search and Visual Summarization, ISBN 978-94-618614-7-4, May 2013
  • Maarten CLEMENTS: Personalised Access to Social Media, ISBN 978-90-902582-4-9, December 2010
  • Hasan CELIK: Dominant object detection for autonomous vision-based surveillance, ISBN 978-90-813811-8-5, February 2010
  • Umut NACI: Multimedia content analysis, indexing and summarization: A perspective on real-life use cases, ISBN: 978-90-813811-7-8, January 2010
  • Lie LU: Content discovery from composite audio: An unsupervised approach, ISBN 978-90-813811-4-7, December 2009
  • Jun WANG: Relevance models for collaborative filtering, ISBN 978-90-902293-2-4, April 2008
  • Richard DEN HOLLANDER: Random sampling methods for two-view geometry estimation, ISBN 978-90-9021839-7, May 2007