SY 2018-2019

Graduate Theses

A Comparative Analysis of Centralized and Distributed Load Balancing in a Software-Defined Networking Environment.
Atienza, Patrick Von Angelo V. 
Dr. William Emmanuel S. Yu

Developing a Framework for Horizontally Scalable Network Flow Analytics on the Hadoop Ecosystem.
Saavedra, Miguel Zenon 
Dr. William Emmanuel S. Yu

Neural Networks for Neutrality Classification of Filipino Call Center Agents' English Pronunciation
Baquirin, Rey Benjamin M.
Dr. Proceso L. Fernandez Jr. 

A Mobile Augmented Reality with User-Defined Virtual Elements: An Alternative Way of Art Gallery Interaction
Borbon, Melquizedek G.
Dr. Ma. Mercedes T. Rodrigo

Recognizing Wheel-Spinning in a Novice Programming Context Within a Meaningful Gamification System
Flores, Rejeenald M.
Dr. Ma. Mercedes T. Rodrigo

Readmu.Txt: A Case Study on the Effectiveness of Mobile Learning in Improving Reading Comprehension Among Students
Uy-On, Anna Lorraine U.
Dr. Ma. Mercedes T. Rodrigo

Learning Computational Thinking through a Collaborative Mobile Serious Game 
Tañedo, Victor Patrick G.
Mr. Jose Alfredo A. de Vera III

An Investigative of the Impact of Gamification on Novice Programmers' Achievement and Learning Experience
Agapito, Jenilyn L.
Dr. Ma. Mercedes T. Rodrigo

Modeling the Incubation Effect among Students Playing an Educational Game for Physics
Talandron, May Marie P.
Dr. Ma. Mercedes T. Rodrigo

Characterizing Collaboration in a Pair Program Tracing and Debugging Eye Tracking Experiment
Villamor, Maureen M.
Dr. Ma. Mercedes T. Rodrigo