# Browse Dissertations and Theses - Computer Science by Title

• (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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• (2006)
We propose an image editing system that decouples feature position from pixel color generation to achieve a morph that preserves texture detail and orientation near the dragged silhouette, synthesized using the original ...

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• (2013-05-24)
Cyber-physical systems (CPS) use networked control software to interact with and manipulate the physical world. Examples of cyber-physical systems include smart buildings, power distribution networks, and fleets of autonomous ...

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• (2011-01-14)
With the advent of multicores, parallel programming has gained a lot of importance. For parallel programming to be viable for the predicted hundreds of cores per chip, shared memory programming languages and environments ...

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• (2008)
Finally, we present incremental state space exploration (ISSE), a technique that aims to provide a speedup in the state space exploration time of evolving simulation models; i.e., simulation models whose code changes from ...

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• (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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• (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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• (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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• (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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• (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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• (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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• (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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• (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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• (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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• (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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• (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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• (2014-05-30)
Nowadays mobile platform is becoming more and more influential due to the increasing smartphone usage in people’s daily life. Conflicting ideas always exist when making a group decision because everyone has his/her own ...

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• (2015-01-21)
Graphs are powerful vehicles to represent data objects that are interconnecting or interacting with each other. We explore random walks on various kinds of graph to address different searching and mining scenarios. This ...

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