Browse Dept. of Computer Science by Title

  • Chen, Zhongbo (2014-09-16)
    Computer Networks are complex and prone to bugs. Most existing tools designed to fix these problems run offline and can only fix the problems after they occur. Those tools often run at the timescale of seconds to hours. ...

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  • Kanevsky, Arkady (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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  • Zilouchian Moghaddam, Roshanak (2009)
    Multiple Display Environments (MDEs) facilitate collaborative activities that involve the use of electronic task artifacts. Supporting interactions and infrastructures have matured in recent years, allowing researchers ...

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  • Yu, Yizhou; Wu, Qing (2004-05)
    Metamorphosis is generally known as the continuous evolution of a source into a target. There is frame-to-frame camera or object motion most of the time when either the source or the target is an image sequence. It would ...

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  • Lee, Kihwal (2006)
    We examined the performance of VEER by comparing the existing real-time embedded systems and the migrated and reorganized version of the same systems. The performance overhead of RT-VMM is about 1.7% if self-contained, or ...

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  • Lee, Kihwal (2006-12)
    Increasing demand for more features and bigger roles of software makes software more and more complex. Unfortunately, increase in the logical and organizational complexity of software generally leads to more bugs. Real-time ...

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  • Lee, Adam J.; Winslett, Marianne (2006-02)
    The lack of available identity information in attribute-based trust management systems complicates the design of the audit and incident response systems, anomaly detection algorithms, collusion detection/prevention mechanisms, ...

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  • Erickson, Lawrence (2014-05-30)
    This thesis introduces and examines the chromatic art gallery problem. The chromatic art gallery problem asks for the minimum number of landmark classes required to ensure that every point in an input polygon sees at least ...

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  • Xia, Pengye; Nahrstedt, Klara (2012-08-20)
    3D Tele-Immersion (3DTI) system brings 3D data of people from geographically distributed locations into the same virtual space to enable interaction in 3D space. One main obstacle of designing 3DTI system is to overcome ...

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  • Ahmad, Subutai (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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  • Tan, Kar-Han (2003)
    The availability of affordable computational power and graphics rendering capabilities is enabling the creation of realistic imagery that are widely used today in special effects and animation. New forms of visual media ...

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  • Hils, Daniel David (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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  • Rogers, Gregory Scott (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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  • Gulganjalli Narasimhan, Medhini (2019-04-25)
    Accurately answering a question about a given image requires combining observations with general knowledge. While this is effortless for humans, reasoning with general knowledge remains an algorithmic challenge. To advance ...

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  • Jain, Unnat (2018-07-16)
    Curious questioning or the ability to inquire about surrounding environment or additional context, is an important step towards building agents which go beyond learning from a static knowledge base. The ability to request ...

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  • Lee, Hyun Bin (2017-07-14)
    Privacy-preserving statistical databases are designed to provide information about a population while preventing end-users from learning about an individual. Meanwhile, scholars have shown that a sophisticated adversary ...

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  • Moran, Patrick Joseph (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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  • Jia, Yuntao; Hoberock, Jared; Garland, Michael; Hart, John C. (2008-04)
    This paper proposes novel methods for visualizing specifically the large power-law graphs that arise in sociology and the sciences. In such cases a large portion of edges can be shown to be less important and removed while ...

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  • Krishnan, Manoj (2013-05-24)
    Groups are becoming increasingly geographically distributed and consequently, computer mediated group conversations are also becoming increasingly distributed. There has been much research that has focused on visualizations ...

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  • Jain, Pooja (2013-08-22)
    Communication disorders occur across all age groups of people and often show first signs of appearing in children. These can range from problems in comprehension of speech to expression of speech to the point that it ...

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