Sentiment Analysis

From Wikipedia “Sentiment analysis or opinion mining refers to the application of natural language processing, computational linguistics, and text analytics to identify and extract subjective information in source materials.” Sentiment analysis is used in the framework to connect a Twitter user’s timeline to an ODISS deployment – that is, meta data describing the content on the display. If you tweet “I Love Beer” and a beer advert exists on the display, this personalises the display.

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Home Made GoKart with Steering Wheel

Here is my first attempt at a vertical steering wheel go kart. Axel purchased from Bunnings. Body sits on a flat piece of chip board. Fairly heavy duty. This was the challenging part. I used a long bolt for the upright. Notice the wheels are lowered to avoid hitting the bottom of the cart. The steering wheel uses a lock nut. On version 3, I will remove the washer and chisel grooves for the nut to sit in the wood.

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My first IEEE paper

You can read more about it here: Traditional public display systems have yet to reach their full potential when providing content to a variety of users from a diverse backgrounds, most notably, those able to understand a language other than that of the public display system in front of them. In this paper we propose a framework for content translation on public display systems. This system allows users to request for an application using their mobile device, and subsequently

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