PhD and MSc Theses

PhD and MSc Theses, since 1988

Advisor Professor Shie Mannor
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No of theses 20
Department Electrical Engineering
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Student’s Name Graduation Year Degree Abstracts Research Name
Richman Oran 2019 PhD Abstracts Uncertainty Management in Learning Problems
Meirom Eli 2018 PhD Abstracts Structure, Dynamics and Learning on Networks
Dalal Gal 2018 PhD Abstracts Decision Making under Uncertainty: Power System Applications and Finite-Time Analyses
Mankowitz Jaymin 2018 PhD Abstracts Learning Options in Hierarchical Reinforcement Learning
Gal-on Maayan 2016 PhD Abstracts On Detection and Adaptation to Changes in a Learning Problem
Hallak Assaf 2018 PhD Abstracts Off-Policy Evaluation in a Reinforcement Learning Setting
Zahavy Tom Ben Zion 2019 PhD Abstracts Reinforcement Learning and Deep Representations
Avner Orly 2016 PhD Abstracts Machine Learning Inspired by Multi-User Communication Networks
Dyagilev Kirill 2014 PhD Abstracts Modeling, Prediction and Design of Dynamic Behavior in Networks
Tamar Aviv 2015 PhD Abstracts Risk-Sensitive and Efficient Reinforcement Learning Algorithms
Vainsencher Daniel 2015 PhD Abstracts Generalization and Unruly Data
Cohen Snir 2018 MSc Abstracts Restricted Optimism
Haimovitch Yoav 2013 MSc Abstracts Large-Scale Semi-Supervised Sentiment Analysis
Tennenholtz Guy 2018 MSc Abstracts Sequential Vaccination of Epidemics in Networks
Cassel Asaf Benjamin 2018 MSc Abstracts A General Approach to Multi-Armed Bandits Under Risk Criteria
Levine Nir 2017 MSc Abstracts Rotting Bandits
Maoz Nadav 2016 MSc Abstracts The Coctail Party Effect for prior Knowledge Free, Event Discovery in Concurrent, Heterogeneous, Time Series Data
Baransi Akram 2015 MSc Abstracts Best Empirical Sampled Average – BESA – an Algorithm for the Multi-Armed Bandits
Almog Barak 2014 MSc Abstracts A Least Squares Temporal Difference Cross Entropy Approach to Intelligent Air Combat
Mebel Ofir 2012 MSc Abstracts Markov Decision Processes with Correlated Uncertainty