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  • other research product . 2020
    Open Access Danish
    Authors:
    Rasmussen, Emma; Hinnerskov, Joakim Hey; Sejsbo, Ask Harup; Kinch, Gustav Weber;

    This paper revolves around the development of an LSTM multiclass classifier, constructed using Keras as framework and CRISP-DM as project process, with the purpose of classifying natural language into varying degrees of toxicity. The model takes a starting point in an e...

  • other research product . 2020
    Open Access Danish
    Authors:
    Pedersen, Signe; Kampman, Anders Engelund; Jensen, Alexander Thorbjørn Væver; Sommer, Ida Eivor Aamot;
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    In 1719 Robinson Crusoe was published by Daniel Defoe and has since been interpreted in numerous ways. In this project we seek to investigate certain group specific cultural aspects in England in the period 1651-1719 through the novel of Defoe. Through our methodologica...

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  • other research product . 2016
    Open Access Danish
    Authors:
    Petersen, Katherina; Thomsen, Anna; Lindhardtsen, Jesper; Frøkjær-Rubbås, Malthe;

    The subject of this research project is to perform a comparative analysis of a section of the Danish media coverage in three different newspapers of the Israel/Palestine conflict, aiming to highlight an evolution or change, in the discourses used in these papers. The co...

  • other research product . 2015
    Open Access Danish
    Authors:
    Manniche, Rasmus Mathias; Madsen, Rasmus Helmgaard; Buhl, Frederik; Mortensen, Josefine Liv Rye Hovmand;

    This study examines how learning games can be used to increase motivation in history classes, and convey historical knowledge about different time periods of Denmark, and their transitions, for 5th grade students. Based on game theories and empirical data gathered from ...

  • other research product . 2014
    Open Access Danish
    Authors:
    Jepsen, Louise Nygård;

    This project aims to examine the historical source that mappa mundi is. The project is based on a literature study of primarily four carefully chosen writers. The writers are respectively historian of cartography David Woodward, Professor of Renaissance Jerry Brotton, P...

  • other research product . 2014
    Open Access Danish
    Authors:
    Gormsen, Maties Loehr; Larsen, Anna Sofie Lamm; Johansen, Jasmin Alexandra; Hilt, Marcus Christian; Jørgensen, Rasmus Buhl; Glenstrup, Frederik;

    This paper investigates the study of Neuromarketing, it includes how methods within this study are developed and used, and if these can be used in an unethical way. To illustrate how neuromarketing got approved as a study, the history of neuroscience through a psycholog...

  • other research product . 2014
    Open Access Danish
    Authors:
    Skov, Cecilie; Andersen, Simone Maja; Mortensen, Annagrethe Heuser; Haugaard, Oscar; Lindhardtsen, Jesper Krogh; Torndal, Stefanie; Hallas, Kenneth; Glemø, Nikolaj Hattens;

    The project seeks to answer a number of questions, concerning the Danish Viking re-enactment community. The members of the Danish Viking re-enactment community seek to re-enact, interpret and experience the Viking age. The re-enactors use the insight they acquire throug...

  • other research product . 2012
    Open Access Danish
    Authors:
    Wiendel Rasmussen, Andreas; Meyer-Juhlin, Andreas; Ryttergaard, Emil;

    In this project we have sought to explore how the National Museum's special exhibition Europe meets the World produces and disseminates the history of Europe and how the exhibition contributes to the discussion of a common European identity. As a basis for our theoretic...

  • other research product . 2012
    Open Access Danish
    Authors:
    Andersen, Mette Specht; Berthelsen, Jonas Juul; Philipsen, Emil; Præstegaard, Mads Christian;

    This projects subject is the development of the secular rule through the secular clergy in the high middle ages with a focus on England. Our interest is what part the educated secular clergy played in the change from a vassal rule to a bureaucratic rule. To this we use ...

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