Items where Mentor is "Bratko, prof. dr. Ivan"
Igor Avbelj (2015) Real-time updating of a recommender for personalized TV program. MSc thesis.
Simon Mihevc (2014) Multiagent path-finding in strategic games. EngD thesis.
Jakob Uršič (2014) The planning of order picking in a warehouse by heuristic algorithms. EngD thesis.
Primož Črnigoj (2014) A system for managing forklifts in a warehouse. EngD thesis.
Tadej Janež (2013) Discovering clusters of related learning tasks for improving prediction models of individual tasks. PhD thesis.
Aljaž Košmerlj (2013) Avtonomno modeliranje robotskih akcij z odkrivanjem abstraktnih konceptov. PhD thesis.
Luka Stopar (2013) Controlling a Robot Using a Smartphone. EngD thesis.
Matjaž Hegedič (2013) Visualization of the execution of search algorithms in Artificial Intelligence. EngD thesis.
Matevž Poberžnik (2013) Remote robot control through mimicing operator’s movement. EngD thesis.
Polona Tomašič (2013) An experimental comparison of planning algorithms POP and GRAPHPLAN. EngD thesis.
Nejc Škofič (2012) Information system for operation planning in a warehouse. EngD thesis.
Andraž Kohne (2012) Monte-Carlo Tree Search in chess endgames. EngD thesis.
Urša Krevs (2012) Computer analysis of human errors in chess playing. EngD thesis.
Igor Avbelj (2012) Hybridisation of recommendation systems based on collaborative filtering. EngD thesis.
Gregor Kališnik (2012) Mapping between subtitle units in movie subtitles: Design of an efficient method by using search algorithms and semantic analysis. EngD thesis.
Janez Brank (2012) Machine learning on large class hierarchies by transformation into multiple binary problems. PhD thesis.
Matic Horvat (2012) An Approach to Order Picking Optimization in Warehouses. EngD thesis.
Jure Medvešek (2012) Optimization of space-saving graph search with approximate heuristic values. EngD thesis.
Mitja Lapajne (2011) A program for playing Tarok using Monte-Carlo tree search. EngD thesis.
Simon Kozina (2010) Development of a system for monitoring changes in human gait. EngD thesis.
Jure Žabkar (2010) Learning qualitative dependencies. PhD thesis.
Vida Groznik (2010) Acquisition and processing of sensory data for learning to recognize dance steps. EngD thesis.
Matej Guid (2010) Search and Knowledge for Human and Machine Problem Solving. PhD thesis.
Miha Troha (2010) Robot learning and planning for pushing objects. EngD thesis.
Marko Žerjal (2009) Predicting the amount of rainfall with propositional machine learning. EngD thesis.
Martin Možina (2009) Argument Based Machine Learning. PhD thesis.
Sašo Moškon (2009) Nomogram-based search for subspaces of independent attributes. EngD thesis.
Aleš Tavčar (2009) Pathology in minimin search. EngD thesis.
Andrej Oblak (2009) Combining HYPER and Alchemy systems for learning from noisy data. EngD thesis.
Blaž Strle (2008) Gesture recognition using accelerometers and machine learning. EngD thesis.
Aljaž Košmerlj (2008) Constructing survival curves from censored data with machine learning methods. EngD thesis.
Boštjan Kaluža (2008) ANALYSIS OF PATHOLOGICAL MODELS OF MINIMAX AND PEARL'S GAME. EngD thesis.
Tadej Janež (2008) Active learning with planning of experiments. EngD thesis.
Blaž Novak (2008) TOPIC DETECTION AND TRACKING IN A STREAM OF DOCUMENTS. EngD thesis.
Andraž Bežek (2007) Automatic Modeling of Multiagent. PhD thesis.
Jure Ferlež (2007) Methods for analysis of research related data in the IST-World application. MSc thesis.
Mitja Luštrek (2007) Pathology in heuristic search algorithms. PhD thesis.
Tea Tušar (2007) Design of an algorithm for multiobjective optimization with differential evolution. MSc thesis.
Bernard Ženko (2007) Learning predictive clustering rules. PhD thesis.
Gregor Leban (2007) Data visualization using machine learning. PhD thesis.
Aleksander Sadikov (2005) Propagation of heuristic evaluation errors in game graphs. PhD thesis.
Simona Korenjak-Černe (2003) Clustering large dataset of mixed units. PhD thesis.
Ljupčo Todorovski (2003) Using domain knowledge for automated modelling of dynamic systems with equation discovery. PhD thesis.