Browsing Computer & Information Science Department Theses and Dissertations by Submit Date

Browsing Computer & Information Science Department Theses and Dissertations by Submit Date

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  • Cai, Hongyuan (Elsevier, 2009-08)
    Image is a dominant medium among video, 3D model, and other media for visualizing environment and creating virtual access on the Internet. The location of image capture is, however, subjective and has relied on the ...
  • Payli, Birhan (2011-03-09)
    Retrieving data from a patient in real-time is a challenging operation, especially when requiring information from the network to support the patient’s health. A real-time healthcare system process is conducted with a ...
  • Raghuram, Sandeep Mudabail (2011-03-09)
    After the initial network is constructed using expert’s knowledge of the domain, Bayesian networks need to be updated as and when new data is observed. Literature mining is a very important source of this new data. In ...
  • Yu, Qun (2011-03-09)
    Today, Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) are forming an exciting new area to have dramatic impacts on science and engineering innovations. New WSN-based technologies, such as body sensor networks in medical and health care ...
  • Hoblitzell, Andrew P. (http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/1851476.1851552, 2011-05-15)
    The biological literature is a huge and constantly increasing source of information which the biologist may consult for information about their field, but the vast amount of data can sometimes become overwhelming. Medline, ...
  • Pradhan, Ketaki A. (2011-08-16)
    Component-Based Software Development (CSBD) has gained widespread importance in recent times, due to its wide-scale applicability in software development. System developers can now pick and choose from the pre-existing ...
  • Abdulkarim, Sijin Cherupilly (2011-08-16)
    Subnetwork or path mining is an emerging data mining problem in many areas including scientific and commercial applications. Graph modeling is one of the effective ways in representing real world networks. Many natural and ...
  • Tirupattur, Naveen (2011-08-16)
    Text Mining is process of extracting high-quality knowledge from analysis of textual data. Rapidly growing interest and focus on research in many fields is resulting in an overwhelming amount of research literature. This ...
  • Rybarczyk, Ryan Thomas (2012-03-20)
    A key component in tracking is identifying relevant data and combining the data in an effort to provide an accurate estimate of both the location and the orientation of an object marker as it moves through an environment. ...
  • You, Qian (2012-03-20)
    You, Qian. Ph.D., Purdue University, December, 2010. Iterative Visual Analytics and its Applications in Bioinformatics. Major Professors: Shiaofen Fang and Luo Si. Visual Analytics is a new and developing field that ...
  • Peng, Wei (2012-08-07)
    Digital traces left by a user of an on-line social networking service can be abused by a malicious party to compromise the person’s privacy. This is exacerbated by the increasing overlap in user-bases among various ...
  • Sirisha, Peyyeti (2012-08-07)
    The literature corresponding to disordered proteins has been on a rise. As the number of publications increase, the time and effort needed to manually identify the relevant publications and protein information to add to ...
  • Bharadwaj, Venkatesh (2013-03-06)
    Recent technological applications have made the life of people too much dependent on Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) and its applications. Understanding basic level science is a must in order to ...
  • Erratt, Newlyn S. (2013-03-06)
    One of the most common goals of a wireless sensor network is to collect sensor data. The goal of this thesis is to provide an easy to use and energy-e fficient system for deploying data collection sensor networks. There ...
  • Farhand, Sepehr (2013-07-12)
    A crucial task in computer vision and biomedical image applications is to represent images in a numerically compact form for understanding, evaluating and/or mining their content. The fundamental step of this task is the ...
  • Gong, Xiaojing (2013-07-12)
    Query segmentation module is an integral part of Natural Language Processing which analyzes users' query and divides them into separate phrases. Published works on the query segmentation focus on the web search using Google ...
  • Irvine, Allison W. (2013-07-12)
    The objective of this thesis is to compare automated methods for performing analysis of flow cytometry data. Flow cytometry is an important and efficient tool for analyzing the characteristics of cells. It is used in several ...
  • Iyer, Neeraj (2013-07-12)
    Recently there has been a lot of effort in developing systems for sampling and automatically classifying plankton from the oceans. Existing methods assume the specimens have already been precisely segmented, or aim at ...
  • Joshi, Abhishek Shriram (2013-08-14)
    In the last few decades, forensic science has played a significant role in bringing criminals to justice. Shoe and tire track impressions found at the crime scene are important pieces of evidence since the marks and cracks ...
  • Krishnan, Anand (2013-08-14)
    Literature pertaining to geriatric care contains rich information regarding the best practices related to geriatric health care issues. The publication domain of geriatric care is small as compared to other health related ...

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