Recent Submissions

  • The Insurance Manager - Mobile Application 

    Sharma, Aditi (North Dakota State University, 2017)
    People buy several expensive products with the insurance whether it is a Camera, Phone, Television etc. Insurance usually comes with an end date and other important information like: Product Name, Vendor Name, Price of the ...
  • Implementation of Multilevel Thresholding Based Ant Colony Optimization Algorithm for Edge Detection of Images 

    Kanajal Chandrakanth, Spoorthy (North Dakota State University, 2017)
    Edges in an image characterize object boundaries in an image, which is helpful in image processing and feature extraction in a particular scene. One of the methods used to detect edges in an image is image thresholding, ...
  • Big Body: A Collaborative Platform for Bodybuilding and Nutrition 

    Arora, Amit (North Dakota State University, 2017)
    Health and a supple body has been seen as a prized possession by almost every culture. Witnessing our body grow and come alive with health after months of hard work is an unparalleled feeling. Bodybuilding tends to improve ...
  • Cognitive Heuristics in Software Engineering: Evaluating Confirmation Bias during Software Testing 

    Hegde, Shishir (North Dakota State University, 2017)
    Software engineering is a human centric activity and the thought processes of software engineers have influence on the quality of software products. Cognitive scientists have identified human errors known as cognitive ...
  • Teaching Software Testing Concepts Using Learning Objects 

    Simley, Judi Lynn (North Dakota State University, 2017)
    The ubiquitous nature of software, it is very important to prepare students for jobs in the software industry. There is a profound deficiency in testing skills in graduating students when beginning jobs in Information ...
  • Online Defect Tracking System 

    Soni, Gaurav (North Dakota State University, 2017)
    For Improving Software Reliability, Defect Tracking System (DTS) gives the facility to define the tasks and allow the managers to track the Defects and time spent by each employee for that particular task. This tool can ...
  • Automatic Conceptual Feedback on Software Tests 

    Kumar, Pranay (North Dakota State University, 2017)
    Students in introductory programming courses face many challenges. While the educators try their best to assist students with these challenges by adopting different approaches, majority of them end up overlooking the ...
  • Mining Quasi-Frequent Subnetworks in Graph Networks Using Edge-Edge Summary Graph 

    Dawar, Priyanka (North Dakota State University, 2017)
    In today’s computing world, graphs have become increasingly important in modeling sophisticated structures, entities and their interactions, with broad applications including Bioinformatics, Computer Vision, Web analysis ...
  • Consumer Sentiment Analysis Using Twitter 

    Rashid, Rumana (North Dakota State University, 2017)
    Sentiment analysis is the task of finding people’s opinions about specific objects/matters. Ordinary people’s opinions affect the decision-making process. Today, there is a massive explosion of “sentiments” available on ...
  • Efficient Mobile Information Sharing Through Finger Swipe 

    Hu, Ping (North Dakota State University, 2017)
    Smartphones have been pervasive in our daily life, and are now the dominant driver of social media. People post and access information on the social media through smartphones. In addition, users are likely to share information ...
  • Semantics-Based Calorie Calculator 

    Narra, Sravan Raghu Kumar (North Dakota State University, 2017)
    In recent years, people are considering healthy diet habits and many of them are trying to track and maintain their daily diet and consumption. To assist them, there are many applications available online and those ...
  • GPU Enabled Particle Swarm Optimization 

    Killada, Bala Venkata Rama Kishore (North Dakota State University, 2017)
    GPUs are massively parallelized devices. They were designed to handle billions of pixels per second. It is does this by embracing an incredible level of parallelism. GPUs in fact can leverage any other parallel algorithms ...
  • Prediction of Rental Demand for a Bike-Share Program 

    Nekkanti, Om prakash (North Dakota State University, 2017)
    In recent years, bike-sharing programs have become more prevalent. Bicycle usage can be affected by different factors, such as nearby events, road closures, and on-campus traffic policies. The research presented here ...
  • Evaluating Fitness of Patch-Based Terrains in the Use of Video Games 

    Bhurale, Lohit (North Dakota State University, 2017)
    This paper deals with current an existing evolutionary algorithm used in procedural terrain generation content for video games which is gaining interest to lessen the development costs and meet desired user requirements ...
  • Dynamic Light Trail Construction in Wavelength Division Multiplexing (WDM) Optical Networks 

    Amuge, Betty Elizabeth (North Dakota State University, 2017)
    This paper addresses dynamic light trail construction issues in a WDM optical network. This construction was done with an objective to consume a minimum number of resources, such as, the number of free wavelengths, while ...
  • Signature Extraction from E-Mails 

    Muttineni, Divya (North Dakota State University, 2016)
    Detecting user identity information from the email is one of the predominant exploring topics in data mining. One approach is to extract signature from the body of emails. Those names are usually suitable for representing ...
  • Design and Evaluation of Two Hybrid Genome Assembly Approaches Using Illumina, Roche 454, and PacBio Datasets 

    Sun, Liren (North Dakota State University, 2016)
    The assembly of next-generation sequencing reads is one of the most challenging and important tasks in bioinformatics. There are many different types of assembly algorithms and programs that have been developed to assemble ...
  • Forecasting Point Spread for Women’s Volleyball 

    Zhang, Deling (North Dakota State University, 2016)
    Volleyball has become a well-known and competitive sport with physical and technical performances over the years. The game results are determined by some important factors such as players, and the team’s skills to succeed ...
  • Computing the Yield per Acre for a Given Field Using GIS Capabilities 

    Badu, Sadhana (North Dakota State University, 2016)
    Software tools and technologies, such as geographic information systems (GIS), are playing an important role in the field of agriculture. The capabilities of the open source GIS system GRASS are used to process LandSat ...
  • Disease Similarity Using Biological Module Dysregulation Profile 

    Zaman, Eshita (North Dakota State University, 2016)
    Diseases can be grouped according to phenotypic and genotypic similarities. Gene expression and micro-RNA data paved the way to look inside the genetic coding and classify diseases accurately. Modern system biology seeks ...

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