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The Department of Computer Science is recognized throughout the world as a leader in education and research. The department and its graduates have long been at the forefront of modern computing beginning with the ILLIAC in 1952, and continuing with the creation of Mosaic, the first graphic web browser, through the most recent Internet era.

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  • Zhang, Aston (2015-07-22)
    Anonymized user datasets are often released for research or industry applications. As an example, t.qq.com released its anonymized users’ profile, social interaction, and recommendation log data in KDD Cup 2012 to call for ...

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  • Le Xu (2016-09-01)
    Recent published work has shown that Quality of Experience (QoE) has become one of the major concerns in the area of large scale multimedia Internet services. Due to the significant increase of video traffic and continuously ...

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  • Sasidharan, Aparna; Snir, Marc (2016-08-18)
    This report describes the detailed implementation of MiniAMR - a software for octree-based adaptive mesh refinement (AMR) that can be used to study the communication costs in a typical AMR simulation. We have designed new ...

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  • Nguyen, Phuong; Konstanty, Steven; Nicholson, Todd; O'brien, Thomas; Schwartz-Duval, Aaron; Spila, Timothy; Nahrstedt, Klara; Campbell, Roy H.; Gupta, Indranil; Chan, Michael; McHenry, Kenton; Paquin, Normand (2016-06)
    In this paper, we propose a data acquisition and analysis framework for materials-to-devices processes, named 4CeeD, that focuses on the immense potential of capturing, accurately curating, correlating, and coordinating ...

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  • Yang, Fan; Escobar, Santiago; Meadows, Catherine; Meseguer, Jose; Santiago, Sonia (2016-07)
    Roles in cryptographic protocols do not always have a linear execution, but may include choice points causing the protocol to continue along different paths. In this paper we address the problem of representing choice in ...

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