Maram Assi

Maram Assi
Queen's University | QueensU · School of Computing

Ph.D. in Computer Science


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Maram Assi currently works at the School of Computing, Queen's University. Maram does research in Software Engineering and Machine Learning. She is part of The Software Evolution and Analytics Lab and she is working under the supervision of Prof. Ying Zou.


Publications (4)
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Given the competitive mobile app market, developers must be fully aware of users’ needs, satisfy users’ requirements, combat apps of similar functionalities (i.e., competing apps), and thus stay ahead of the competition. While it is easy to track the overall user ratings of competing apps, such information fails to provide actionable insights for d...
Conference Paper
The Knapsack Problem (KP) is one of the most studied combinatorial problems. There are many variations of the problem along with many real life applications. KP seeks to select some of the available items with the maximal total weight in a way that does not exceed a given maximum limit L. Knapsack problems have been used to tackle real life problem...
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The Timetable Problem is one of the complex problems faced in any university in the world. It is a highly- constrainedcombinatorial problem that seeks to find a possible scheduling for the university course offerings. There are manyalgorithms and approaches adopted to solve this problem, but one of the effective approaches to solve it is the use of...


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