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    • 3-D Printing: A New Approach to Water Filtration 

      Giesler, Steven (North Dakota State University, 2015)
      People often find themselves in situations where clean drinking water is not readily available. One solution to this problem is the use of portable water filters. However, some water filters are too expensive or bulky to ...
    • An Active Power Supply Filter with Ultra Wide Bandwidth 

      Booth, Brian (North Dakota State University, 2016)
      An active transformerless common mode filter is designed for use with switching mode power supplies with a switching frequency greater than 1MHz. The filter utilizes an amplifier in a voltage sensing current adjusting ...
    • Adapting Web Page Tables on Mobile Web Browsers: Results from Two Controlled Empirical Studies 

      Annadi, Ramakanth Reddy (North Dakota State University, 2014)
      Displaying web page content in mobile screens is a challenging task and users often face difficulty retrieving the relevant data. It can force them to adopt a time-consuming hunt-and-peck strategy. Application of design ...
    • Adaptive Beamforming for Antennas on General Wedge- and Cylindrical-Shaped Surfaces 

      Irfanullah, Irfanullah (North Dakota State University, 2014)
      Adaptive beamforming antennas capable of accommodating the growing number of wireless subscribers throughout the world has become an essential part of modern wireless systems. In this work, the beamforming of a conformal ...
    • Adaptive Differential Evolution and its Application to Machine Vision 

      Dawar, Deepak (North Dakota State University, 2016)
      Over recent years, Evolutionary Algorithms (EA) have emerged as a practical approach for solving hard optimization problems ubiquitously presented in real life. The inherent advantage of EA over other types of numerical ...
    • Adaptive Mesh Refinment Applications for Adviction-Diffusion Problems Using Amrex 

      Kanumuru, Venkata (North Dakota State University, 2020-06)
      In this paper we implemented an adaptive mesh refinement in high performance computing environment to study a wide range of problems in engineering. They are nonlinear Fisher-Kolmogorov equation, heat equation, advection ...
    • Adaptive Regression Testing Strategies for Cost-Effective Regression Testing 

      Schwartz, Amanda Jo (North Dakota State University, 2013)
      Regression testing is an important but expensive part of the software development life-cycle. Many different techniques have been proposed for reducing the cost of regression testing. To date, much research has been performed ...
    • Adaptive Regression Testing Strategy: An Empirical Study 

      Arafeen, Md. Junaid (North Dakota State University, 2012)
      When software systems evolve, different amounts of code modifications can be involved in different versions. These factors can affect the costs and benefits of regression testing techniques, and thus, there may be no single ...
    • Additive Manufacturing of Short-Fiber Composites via Stereolithography 

      Simpson, Patrick Glenn (North Dakota State University, 2018)
      The effectiveness of using a dual curing system, consisting of a photo and thermal initiator, for the additive manufacturing of carbon fiber short-fiber composites via stereolithography was investigated. The necessary ...
    • Addressing Off-Nominal Behaviors in Requirements for Embedded Systems 

      Aceituna, Daniel (North Dakota State University, 2015)
      System requirements are typically specified on the assumption that the system's operating environment will behave in what is considered to be an expected and nominal manner. When gathering requirements, one concern is ...
    • Advanced Measurements and Analyses of Flow Past Three-Cylinder Rotating System 

      Ullah, Al Habib (North Dakota State University, 2020)
      Interaction of flow structures from a three-cylinder system is complex and important for fundamental and engineering applications. In this study, experiments using hotwire, 2D PIV, and Tomography are to be conducted to ...
    • ADYTrack: A Model for Structural Analysis of Railroad Trackbed Using Random Finite Element Method 

      Arshid, Asif (North Dakota State University, 2019)
      Railroads are playing pivotal role to the economic growth of United States and trackbeds ensure their safe and smooth operations. However, reliable trackbed performance prediction has always been challenging due to many ...
    • Aerosol-Based Ultrafine Material Deposition for Microelectronics 

      Hoey, Justin Michael (North Dakota State University, 2012)
      Aerosol-based direct-write refers to the additive process of printing CAD/CAM features from an apparatus which creates a liquid or solid aerosol beam. Direct-write technologies are poised to become useful tools in the ...
    • Agent Based Modeling for Simulation of Microbial Community 

      Tekeste, Noah Daniel (North Dakota State University, 2018)
      Agent based modeling uses interacting agents and a governing rule to understand a complex phenomenon. It is an important mode of inquiry in the field of life sciences. For this paper a Haploid Evolutionary Constructor (HEC) ...
    • Agent Communication and Negotiation in a Supply Chain 

      Upadhyay, Rajat (North Dakota State University, 2013)
      Supply Chain Management is an essential management paradigm for almost every organization. Effective implementation of Supply Chain Management (SCM) can significantly increase an organization’s profit. In this paper, a ...
    • Agent-Based Modeling to Simulate the Movement of a Flock of Birds 

      Byrisetty, Naga Chaitanya (North Dakota State University, 2013)
      The most beautiful, mysterious movements of bird flocks have always amused the human and led his thinking towards what makes these complex movements possible. This paper discusses the simulation of such bird behavior based ...
    • Alexa for Health Practitioners 

      Bhatt, Vidisha Nareshkumar (North Dakota State University, 2020)
      Many industries, including healthcare, are trying to take advantage of voice assistant systems by incorporating their technology into the industries’ environment. However, not many companies or researchers have successfully ...
    • Alginate Encapsulated Nanoparticle-Microorganism System for Trichloroethylene Remediation 

      Shanbhogue, Sai Sharanya (North Dakota State University, 2012)
      Nanoscale zero-valent iron (NZVI) particles were encapsulated in calcium alginate capsules for application in environmental remediation. TCE degradation rates for encapsulated and bare NZVI were similar indicating no adverse ...
    • Algorithms for Coverage Improvement in a Sensor Network 

      Maddi, Sunil Reddy (North Dakota State University, 2011)
      Sensors are devices which have the ability to receive and respond to a signal. These sensors, when used as a group, form a sensor network. Sensors in a sensor network can communicate and transmit data. In the early stages ...
    • Analyses of People’s Perceptions Toward Risks in Genetically Modified Organisms 

      Dass, Pranav (North Dakota State University, 2016)
      This research aims to analyze people’s perceptions about the potential risks associated with the presence of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in food products. We formulated research questions and hypotheses based on ...