Browse Dept. of Computer Science by Title

  • Weninger, Timothy (2013-08-22)
    Graphs are all around us. They can be made to model countless real-world phenomena ranging from the social to the scientific including information, media, biology, chemistry, medical systems, and e-commerce systems. These ...

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  • Hauguel, Samson A. (2010-05-19)
    Discovery Driven Analysis (DDA) is a common feature of OLAP technology to analyze structured data. In essence, DDA helps analysts to discover anomalous data by highlighting 'unexpected' values in the OLAP ...

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  • Jensen, David Wayne (1993)
    There exists an increasing disparity between the performance of high-performance computers and disk I/O systems. This divergence in performance signifies that the I/O system will become an increasing bottleneck in future ...

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  • Uddin, Md Yusuf (2013-02-03)
    This thesis investigates, and contributes thereto, the promise of networking technologies and data processing techniques for efficient and effective information dissemination in the context of disasters. Disasters hinder ...

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  • AlTurki, Musab; Meseguer, José (2010-04)
    Orc is a theory of orchestration of services that allows structured programming of distributed and timed computations. Several formal semantics have been proposed for Orc, including a rewriting logic semantics developed ...

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  • Lu, Shunong (1991)
    Attaining high performance of transaction processing and preserving consistency of database are two essential goals of a concurrency control protocol in distributed database systems. However, it is trade-off to accomplish ...

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  • Adams, Richard Arthur (1986)
    In a distributed system where processes communicate directly, deadlock among a set P of processes occurs when all processes in P are idle waiting for messages from other processes in P in order to start execution, but there ...

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  • Tsai, Wang-Chuan (1982)
    Deadlock detection in distributed database systems is very complicated and difficult to handle because of the distributed nature of the system and the communication delay of the network. Many detection algorithms have been ...

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  • Kapadia, Apu C.; Naldurg, Prasad G.; Campbell, Roy H. (2006-02)
    This paper presents an access control model that preserves the unlinkability of audit-logs in a distributed environment. The model restricts entities from accessing and correlating two or more audit-records belonging to ...

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  • Lim, Hyuk; Hou, Jennifer C. (2005-08)
    In this paper, we address the issue of localization in anisotropic sensor networks. Anisotropic networks are differentiated from isotropic networks in that they possess properties that vary according to the direction of ...

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  • Zhang, Lynn Y. (2005-05)
    Traditional approaches to real-time schedulability analysis tend to require detailed timing attributes and resource usages of all applications that may run concurrently in the system. Reconfiguring such a system is expensive ...

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  • Yang, Yaling; Wang, Jun; Kravets, Robin H. (2004-04)
    This paper presents a distributed contention window control control algorithm, GCA (General Contention window Adaptation), that achieves various bandwidth allocation policies and at same time efficient channel utilization. ...

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  • Kolstad, Robert Bruce (1982)
    This thesis introduces Distributed Path Pascal, a language which provides mechanisms to develop programs that utilize distributed systems and their resources. It has abstractions and new language constructs for programming ...

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  • Yang, Yaling; Kravets, Robin H. (2004-06)
    In this paper, we propose a new cross-layer framework, named QPART ( QoS br>rotocol for Adhoc Realtime Traffic), which provides QoS guarantees to real-time multimedia applications for wireless ad hoc networks. By adapting ...

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  • Yang, Yaling (2006-08)
    Due to the limited bandwidth in wireless networks, careful resource allocation schemes must be used to allocate bandwidth to applications. There are two typical types of applications in wireless networks that require ...

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  • Jindal, Prateek; Hockenmaier, Julia; Kale, Laxmikant V. (2013-12-04)
    Topic modeling algorithms (like Latent Dirichlet Allocation) tend to be very slow when run over large document collections. In this presentation, we discuss distributed strategies for topic modeling. We use Charm++ as our ...

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  • Chen, Wei-Peng; Hou, Jennifer C.; Sha, Lui; Caccamo, Marco (2004-07)
    Distinct from wireless ad hoc networks, wireless sensor networks are data-centric, application-oriented, collaborative, and energy-constrained in nature. In this paper, we formulate the problem of data transport in sensor ...

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  • Jiang, Jing (2008-07)
    With the fast growth of the amount of digitalized texts in recent years, text information management becomes increasingly important in people's daily life. Natural language processing provides the foundation of many modern ...

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  • Jiang, Jing (2008-07)
    With the fast growth of the amount of digitalized texts in recent years, text information management becomes increasingly important in people's daily life. Natural language processing provides the foundation of many modern ...

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