Computer & Information Science Department Theses and Dissertations

Computer & Information Science Department Theses and Dissertations

 

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Recent Submissions

  • Upp, Brandon E. (2019-08)
    This thesis investigates techniques for improving real-time software instrumentation techniques of software systems. In particular, this thesis investigates two aspects of this real-time software instrumentation. First, ...
  • Patil, Anushka H. (2019-08)
    The advancement in technology has revolutionized the role of software in recent years. Software usage is practically found in all areas of the industry and has become a prime factor in the overall working of the companies. ...
  • Gorrila, Anusha (2019-08)
    This thesis explores a data driven machine learning based solution for Facial reconstruction from three dimensional (3D) skull shape for recognizing or identifying unknown subjects during forensic investigation. With over ...
  • Alikhashashneh, Enas A. (2019-08)
    This dissertation proposes an approach to reduce the cost of manual inspections for as large a number of false positive warnings that are being reported by Static Code Analysis (SCA) tools as much as possible using Machine ...
  • Li, Huang (2019-08)
    This study mainly focuses on applying visualization techniques on human brain data for data exploration, quality control, and hypothesis discovery. It mainly consists of two parts: multi-modal data visualization and ...
  • Pandey, Saurabh Pramod (2019-08)
    Social harm involves incidents resulting in physical, financial, and emotional hardships such as crime, drug overdoses and abuses, traffic accidents, and suicides. These incidents require various law-enforcement and emergency ...
  • Hui, Jingyi (2019-08)
    Benefited from the booming social network, reading posts from other users over the internet is becoming one of commonest ways for people to intake information. One may also have noticed that sometimes we tend to focus on ...
  • Pawar, Rohit S. (2019-05)
    Since the use of social media has evolved, the ability of its users to bully others has increased. One of the prevalent forms of bullying is Cyberbullying, which occurs on the social media sites such as Facebook©, WhatsApp©, ...
  • Peng, Bo (2019-05)
    With increases in the quantity and quality of healthcare related data, data mining tools have the potential to improve people’s standard of living through personalized and predictive medicine. In this thesis we improve the ...
  • Zhang, Ping (2019-05)
    The Internet has substantially embraced mobility since last decade. Cellular data network carries majority of Internet mobile access traffic and become the de facto solution of accessing Internet in mobile fashion, while ...
  • Choi, In Kwon (2019-05)
    For individuals in the tourism industry and other businesses, the department of tourism in the government, or the individuals who are planning a travel, the data of tourist population movement can be a valuable resource ...
  • Alfantoukh, Lina Abdulaziz (2019-05)
    This thesis combines human and machine intelligence for consensus decision-making, and it contains four interrelated research areas. Before presenting the four research areas, this thesis presents a literature review on ...
  • Rajendran, Catherine Jenifer Rajam (2018-12)
    Symmetry plays a significant role in protein structural assembly and function. This is especially true for large homo-oligomeric protein complexes due to stability and finite control of function. But, symmetry in proteins ...
  • Karakus, Murat (2018-12)
    This thesis firstly surveys and summarizes the state-of-the-art studies from two research areas in Software De fined Networking (SDN) architecture: (i) control plane scalability and (ii) Quality of Service (QoS)-related ...
  • Zhang, Chenfeng (2018-12)
    Brain connectome network visualization could help the neurologists inspect the brain structure easily and quickly. In the thesis, the model of the brain connectome network is visualized in both three dimensions (3D) ...
  • Nguyen, Thanh Minh (2018-05)
    The main contributions in this thesis include the selectively decentralized method in solving multi-agent reinforcement learning problems and the discretized Markov-decision-process (MDP) algorithm to compute the sub-optimal ...
  • Mandal, Aritra (2018-04-20)
    Structural analysis and mining of large and complex graphs for describing the characteristics of a vertex or an edge in the graph have widespread use in graph clustering, classification, and modeling. There are various ...
  • Sethunath, Deepak (2018-04-26)
    This thesis explores a minimally invasive approach of diagnosing Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver disease (NAFLD) on mice and humans which can be useful for pathologists while performing their diagnosis. NAFLD is a spectrum of ...
  • Fan, Ziwei (2018-04-20)
    As the amount of information grows, the desire to efficiently filter out unnecessary information and retain relevant or interested information for people is increasing. To extract the information that will be of interest ...

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