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  • Quantifying Relationships Between Two Time Series Data Sets 

    Roy, Arighna; Roy, Arighna (North Dakota State University, 2016)
    One of the popular methods for quantifying the relationship between two time series data sets is canonical correlations; however, it is linear and cannot accommodate more complex scenarios, such as time series data for ...
  • Classifying Gene Coexpression Networks Using Discrimination Pattern Mining 

    Qormosh, Bassam M M; Qormosh, Bassam M M (North Dakota State University, 2016)
    Several algorithms for graph classi cation have been proposed. Algorithms that map graphs into feature vectors encoding the presence/absence of speci c subgraphs, have shown excellent performance. Most of the existing ...
  • Analyzing Access Logs Data using Stream Based Architecture 

    Gautam, Nitendra; Gautam, Nitendra (North Dakota State University, 2018)
    Within the past decades, the enterprise-level IT infrastructure in many businesses have grown from a few to thousands of servers, increasing the digital footprints they produce. These digital footprints include access logs ...
  • A General Framework for Developing Multi-Surface Environments 

    Huang, Zheng; Huang, Zheng (North Dakota State University, 2016)
    Since multi-touch technique has been used widely for personal device, such as smartphone, personal computer and tabletop, many forms of interaction are developed and served for user’s daily usage. But forms of interaction ...
  • An Automated Approach for Discovering Functional Risk-Inducing Flaws in Software Designs 

    Hassan, Amro Salem Salem; Hassan, Amro Salem Salem (North Dakota State University, 2015)
    For safety critical applications, it is necessary to ensure that risk-inducing flaws do not exist in the final product. To date, many risk-based testing techniques were proposed. The majority of these techniques address ...
  • Sliding Window Based Technique to Obtain Correlation Between Field Variables 

    Chavan, Harshada Chandrakant; Chavan, Harshada Chandrakant (North Dakota State University, 2015)
    In agriculture, finding correlation between field variables such as yield, NDVI, etc. is a classic problem. The most popular solution for finding correlation is to use regression analysis over complete field. In a field, ...
  • Increasing Usability and Accessibility of GIS Technology Through Extension of Existing Software Tools 

    Noel, Elizabeth Joan; Noel, Elizabeth Joan (North Dakota State University, 2015)
    As the popularity of Geographic Information System (GIS) technology increases and its use extends from specialized users to the general public, tools available to users must adapt to take these changes into account. Virtual ...
  • A Data Mining Approach for Identifying Pavement Distress Signatures 

    Bouret, Megan Sue; Bouret, Megan Sue (North Dakota State University, 2015)
    This work introduces signature-based data mining of pavement distress data. The goal is to understand the factors that influence pavement distress. The presented approach maintains multiple types of flexible pavement ...
  • Immune Network Optimization of Composite SaaS for Cloud Computing 

    Bauer, Kevin Kaatz; Bauer, Kevin Kaatz (North Dakota State University, 2015)
    Serving the needs efficiently for a wide gamut of cloud users is a challenge. One way to address this challenge is to decompose SaaS (Software as a Service) into application components and then consider them as loosely ...
  • Domain Ontology Based Detection Approach to Identify Effect Types of Security Requirements upon Functional Requirements 

    Al-Ahmad, Bilal Ibrahim; Al-Ahmad, Bilal Ibrahim (North Dakota State University, 2015)
    Requirements engineering is a subfield of software engineering that is concerned with analyzing software requirements specifications. An important process of requirement engineering is tracing requirements to investigate ...
  • The Fusion of Ultrasonic and Spatially Aware System in Mobile - Interaction Device 

    Wang, Di; Wang, Di (North Dakota State University, 2016)
    Over the past four decades, the prophecy from computer pundits and prognosticators pointed that looming arrival of the paperless office era was coming. However, forty years later, physical paper documents are still playing ...
  • Multi-Variate Attribute Selection for Agricultural Data 

    Xu, Xing John; Xu, Xing John (North Dakota State University, 2015)
    Farmers always have been concerned about the quantity of crops (yield) as well as the quality of crops (sugar content of the sugar beets). The quality and quantity of crops are affected by various attributes, some are ...
  • Particle Swarm Optimization and Particle Filter Applied to Object Tracking 

    Xia, Gongyi; Xia, Gongyi (North Dakota State University, 2016)
    The particle filter is usually used as a tracking algorithm in non-linear under the Bayesian tracking framework. However, the problems of degeneracy and impoverishment degrade its performance. The particle filter is ...
  • A Restful Architecture for Multiuser Virtual Environments and Simulations 

    Kariluoma, Matti; Kariluoma, Matti (North Dakota State University, 2014)
    JavaMOO is an architecture for creating multiuser virtual environments using the MUD (Multi-User Dungeon) and MOO (MUD Object Oriented) design patterns (rooms and objects in the rooms, including \exit" objects that lead ...
  • A Linguistic Model for Improving Sentiment Analysis Systems 

    Hall, Jared Coleman; Hall, Jared Coleman (North Dakota State University, 2014)
    The value of automated sentiment analysis systems is increasing with the vast amount of consumer-generated content, allowing researchers to analyze the information readily available on the World Wide Web. Much research has ...
  • Towards Improving P300-based Brain-Computer Interfaces: From Desktop to Mobile 

    Obeidat, Qasem Turki; Obeidat, Qasem Turki (North Dakota State University, 2014)
    A brain-computer interface (BCI) enables a paralyzed user to interact with an external device through brain signals. A BCI measures identi es patterns within these measured signals, translating such patterns into commands. ...
  • Training Set Selection to Improve Crop Classification 

    Christeson, Eric John; Christeson, Eric John (North Dakota State University, 2015)
    In some classification problems, acquiring class label information is much more expensive than collecting attribute data. One such problem is crop classification from satellite imagery. While random sampling is one option, ...
  • A Data Mining Approach to Radiation Hybrid Mapping 

    Seetan, Raed; Seetan, Raed (North Dakota State University, 2014)
    The task of mapping markers from Radiation Hybrid (RH) mapping experiments is typically viewed as equivalent to the traveling-salesman problem, which has combinatorial complexity. As an additional problem, experiments ...
  • Adapting Web Page Tables on Mobile Web Browsers: Results from Two Controlled Empirical Studies 

    Annadi, Ramakanth Reddy; 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 ...
  • A New Coupling Metric: Combining Structural and Semantic Relationships 

    Alenezi, Mamdouh Khalaf; Alenezi, Mamdouh Khalaf (North Dakota State University, 2014)
    Maintaining object-oriented software is problematic and expensive. Earlier research has revealed that complex relationships among object-oriented software entities are key reasons that make maintenance costly. Therefore, ...

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