# Browse by Subject "Computer Science"

• (1995)
In multiprocessor and distributed real-time systems, scheduling jobs dynamically on processors is likely to achieve better performance. However, analytical and efficient validation methods for determining whether all the ...

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• (2009-03)
For narrowing with a set of rules \Delta modulo a set of axioms B almost nothing is known about terminating narrowing strategies, and basic narrowing is known to be incomplete for B=AC. In this work we ask and answer the ...

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• (1994)
This thesis addresses two major issues in the processing and analysis of the velocity fields of fluid obtained either from experiment or from computational fluid dynamics. The first issue is recovering the velocity field ...

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• (2008-08)
Verifiation and Validation (V&V) is a critically important phase in the development life cycle of a simulation model. In the context of network simulation, traditional network simulators perform well in using a simulation ...

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• (1988)
This thesis concerns several problems concerning vertex connectivity of undirected graphs and presents new bounds and algorithms for these problems.

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• (1994)
A practical method was developed to calibrate the interior geometry of CCD cameras. The method employs a flat brick wall as a control field. A brick wall is an excellent control field, because it provides a large number ...

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• (2014-05)
My passion lies in computer vision, a field of study which makes computer see and understand what people can. Since humans heavily rely on visual information, building a computer system which has the same visual sense has ...

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• (1991)
One of the challenges for models of cognitive phenomena is the development of efficient and flexible interfaces between low level sensory information and high level processes. For visual processing, researchers have long ...

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• (1988)
Nine female and 6 male visually impaired junior and senior high school students with a mean age of 14.75 years were individually tested using a microcomputer with a color monitor. The research questions were: (a) What is ...

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• (1992)
Today scientists are confronted with the problem of understanding and analyzing large masses of numeric scientific data. One solution to this problem is scientific visualization: converting the numeric data into pictures ...

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• (1990)
Visual programming techniques have proven successful within limited domains. However, little progress has been made in using graphics to support "real-world" programming. The GRClass system provides a solution by combining ...

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• (1996)
We present scientific visualization techniques where our goal is to strike a better balance between the qualitative information provided by images and the quantitative measures often sought by scientists. Our particular ...

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• (1993)
The hexagonal grid consists of vertical columns, and positive and negative diagonal tracks with slopes +30$\sp\circ$ and $-$30$\sp\circ$, respectively. The goal of this thesis research has been to investigate the potential ...

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• (2009-12)
In face-to-face group situations, social pressure and organizational hierarchy relegate the less outspoken into silence, often resulting in fewer voices, fewer ideas, and group-think. However, in mediated interaction, such ...

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• (1990)
The traditional approach for solving large dynamical systems is time consuming. Waveform method, an iterative technique for solving systems of differential equations, can be used to reduce the processing time. Waveform ...

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• (1994)
Currents flowing in the power and ground (P&G) buses of CMOS digital circuits affect both circuit reliability and performance by causing excessive voltage drops. Excessive voltage drops manifest themselves as glitches on ...

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