PhD and MSc Theses

PhD and MSc Theses, since 1988

Advisor PROF. Eliezer Kantorowitz (Deceased)
No of theses 22
Department Computer Science
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Student's Name Graduation Year Degree Abstracts Research Name
Hazan Yorm 1999 PhD A Comparison Between the Facilitative Effects of a General- Purpose and a Domain-Oriented Presentation User Computer Interface on the Ease of Learning of Computer…
Drabkina Regina 1998 MSc Controlling the Shape of Bspline Curves and Surfaces
Porat Mordechai 2013 MSc Abstracts A Semantic Approach to User Interface Design
Lyakas Alexander 2006 MSc Abstracts Specification-Oriented Construction of Web Information Systems
Harel Assaf 2005 MSc Abstracts Estimating the Number of Faults Remaining in Software Code Document Inspected with Iterative Code Reviews
Veytsal Boris 2003 MSc Abstracts Model Driven Help Systems Generation
Tadmor Sally 2002 MSc Abstracts A Framework for Interactive Information Systems
Arzi Lior 1999 MSc Probabilistic Model for Predicting the Efficiency of a Fault Detection Process in a Software Requirement Document
Gertelman Michael 1999 MSc Automatic User Interface Generation from a Given Domain Model
Holtz Karen 1995 MSc Semrel – a Semantic Relationship Model for Object Oriented Databases
Zavalkovsky Artur 1995 MSc Mys – An Object Oriented Database Management System in the Mach Operating System Environment
Nativ Isaac 1992 MSc Consistent Database with Non-Serialized Queries
Sananes Moises 1989 MSc Dros a Distributed Replicated Data Systam
Hausman Ehud 1989 MSc Erd Raseb Natural Qvery Langvage
Blass Doron 1996 MSc A Graphical Debugger for Object – Oriented Languages With Definable Region of Interest.
Wechsler Sofia 1995 MSc A Survey on Development Methods for Real Time Systems
Ozeri Rotstain Aya 1991 MSc Parallel Processing and Optimization of Datalog Programs
Schechner Yoram 1991 MSc Shape Preservation of Curues and Surfaces
Raginsky Alexander 2010 MSc Abstracts Estimation of the Number of Faults in Inspected Software Code Documents
Sholokhman Dmitry 2004 MSc Abstracts A Comparison of Methods for Evaluation of Quality of Code Inspection
Simon Kalman 2002 MSc A Comparison between Methods of Evaluating Inspection Quality in Software Documents