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We have 7 University of East Anglia, School of Computing Sciences PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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New approaches for building evolutionary networks

Many organisms such as plants, viruses and microbes swap genes. This can this can give them important advantages (e.g. antibiotic resistance in microbes or pest resistance for plants). Read more

Anomaly Detection in Time Series

Time series classification (TSC) involves building predictive models for problems where the attributes are ordered. So, for example, we may want to predict whether a patient is healthy or not based on their heartbeat. Read more

Guided Colour Image Fusion

Most prior art image fusion algorithms are based on two assumptions. First, N-channel input images (e.g. the N4 channel R, G, B and near-infrared) are fused into a single channel equivalent fused image [1]. Read more

Detection of interval cancers of Upper GI Tract using advanced text mining methods

According to various studies [1,2,3], upper gastrointestinal (UGI) cancers are frequently missed at endoscopy. Also the percentage of early diagnosis of such cancers is relatively low around 12% and has remained unchanged for an number of years. Read more

Guess Who: Developing a Behavioural Fingerprint for Insider Threat Detection

Insider threats pose a growing risk to businesses, institutions, and governmental organisations. A recent survey suggests the global cost of insider threats rose by 31% to $11.45M between 2018 and 2020, a 47% increase in frequency [i]. Read more
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