Browse Dept. of Computer Science by Title

  • Jindal, Tanvi (2015-04-27)
    Local experts are people who have special expertise in an area, but that expertise is limited to a geographical region. It makes sense to say that someone is a global expert on quantum physics, but it is hard to find someone ...

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  • Beckman-Davies, Carol Sue (1989)
    Programmers look at differences between versions of a program to gain information about the program and changes to it. Despite the wide application of syntactic and semantic analysis to other areas, similar analysis has ...

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  • Agarwal, Arpit (2014-01-16)
    Video conferencing is a popular application to connect people who are geographically distant from each other. People in different parts of the world use video conferencing, however many of them suffer from low bandwidth ...

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  • Vydiswaran, V.G.Vinod; Ganesan, Kavita; Lv,Yuanhua; He, Jing; Zhai, ChengXiang (Text Retrieval Conference (TREC), 2009)

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  • Vydiswaran, V.G.Vinod; Ganesan, Kavita; Lv,Yuanhua; He, Jing; Zhai, ChengXiang (Text Retrieval Conference (TREC), 2009)
    Our goal in participating in the TREC 2009 Entity Track was to study whether relation extraction techniques can help in improving accuracy of the entity finding task. Finding related entities is informational in nature ...

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  • Song, Deyang (1994)
    Dataflow computing model is a simple yet powerful mechanism for constructing distributed visualization applications that transform numerical data into images. However, current dataflow visualization systems have serious ...

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  • Huang, Jing (2018-04-24)
    In this thesis, we apply deep convolutional neural networks to ne-grained artwork classification on the large-scale painting collection, WikiArt. We propose a new architecture that aggregates features from different ...

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  • Kedia, Manav (2017-12-07)
    A lot of progress has been made in the domain of image classification in the deep learning era, however, not so much for paintings. Even though paintings are images they are very different from photographs and classification ...

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  • Fesehaye, Debessay (2013-01-18)
    The transmission control protocol (TCP) is the major trans- port protocol in the Internet. TCP and its variants have the drawback of not accurately knowing rate share of flows at bottleneck links. Some protocols proposed ...

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  • Hameed Chaudhry, Jehanzeb (2011-07-18)
    In this thesis, we develop finite element methods (FEMs) for implicit solvent models. Implicit models treat the solvent in biomolecular systems as bulk continuum and are thus computationally efficient. The Poisson-Boltzmann ...

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  • Hameed Chaudhry, Jehanzeb (2011-08-26)
    In this thesis, we develop finite element methods (FEMs) for implicit solvent models. Implicit models treat the solvent in biomolecular systems as bulk continuum and are thus computationally efficient. The Poisson-Boltzmann ...

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  • Bradley, David K. (1988-09-16)
    This thesis contains a detailed comparison of the computation and communication perfor­mance of two commercially-available hypercube multiprocessors, the Intel iPSC and Intel iPSC/2. In a previous performance study [7], ...

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  • Braz, Rodrigo de Salvo; Roth, Dan; Amir, Eyal (2004-06)
    Following ideas in Poole~\poole, which we correct, formalize and extend, this paper presents the first provable algorithm for reasoning with probabilistic first-order representations at the {\em lifted} level. Specifically, ...

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  • Rocha, Camilo; Meseguer, José (2007-02)
    We present four equational theories that are isomorphic to the traditional Boolean theory and show that each one of them gives rise to a canonical rewrite system modulo associativity, thus providing four decision procedures ...

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  • Sun, Jun (1997)
    As an application of the framework, the thesis proposes an end-to-end scheduling based approach to the resource contention problem in distributed real-time systems. Simulation results show that the end-to-end scheduling ...

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  • Jang, Myeong-Wuk; Ahmed, Amr M.E.; Agha, Gul A. (2004-04)
    An important problem for agents in open multiagent systems is how to find agents that match certain criteria. A number of middle agent services, such as matchmaking and brokering services, have been proposed to address ...

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  • Shifteh Far, Saeidreza (2015-10-29)
    Mobile devices have become ubiquitous and provide ever richer content and functionality. At the same time, applications are also becoming more complex and require ever increasing amount of computational power and energy. ...

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  • Reese, Thomas J (2015-07-22)
    Changing habits to incorporate dedicated learning time into daily life is difficult. This thesis details passive learning through a system that takes advantage of microtasks that occur within the content users are already ...

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  • Hsu, Yu-Chin (1987)
    In this thesis, a systematic approach has been taken to generating either a slicing or non-slicing structure floorplan. For non-slicing structure layout, the system is divided into initial placement, initial floorplan ...

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  • Li, Ning; Hou, Jennifer C. (2004-04)
    The development of wireless communication in recent years has posed new challenges in system design and analysis of wireless networks, among which energy efficiency and network capacity are perhaps the most important issues. ...

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