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    • A Decision Model for Emergency Response 

      Chelaiah Rothimaswa, Ashok Kumar Vellaswamy (North Dakota State University, 2013)
      In the real world, emergencies occur at different places. The emergencies fall into three categories: a fire emergency, a medical emergency, and a police emergency. Different emergencies occur at different places at different ...
    • Demonstrating Bid Rigging with a Shopping Agent Application Using JADE 

      Sivanandam, Dinesh (North Dakota State University, 2011)
      This paper presents the implementation of a shopping-cart agent that demonstrated collusion in online bidding. Collusion is an agreement between two or more persons, sometimes illegal and therefore secretive, to limit open ...
    • Design and Development of Naive Bayes Classifier 

      Garg, Bandana (North Dakota State University, 2013)
      The naïve Bayes classifier is a simple form of Bayesian classifiers which assumes all the features are independent of each other. Despite this assumption, the naïve Bayes classifier’s accuracy is comparable to other ...
    • 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 ...
    • Design of a Game for Cybersecurity Awareness 

      Bhardwaj, Jagjot (North Dakota State University, 2019)
      The primary objective of this paper is to use the Bloom’s Revised Taxonomy educational objectives in creating a game called Cyber Air-Strike for learning basic concepts of cybersecurity. Bloom’s Revised Taxonomy is used ...
    • Desktop Interactive Activity Diagram Tutorial 

      Sathiaseelan, AnuEvelyn (North Dakota State University, 2015)
      Activity diagram plays a vital role in Business Process Modeling as well as System modeling. In this paper, I have proposed a desktop interactive activity diagram tutorial that has been designed for educational purposes ...
    • Deterministic Greedy Algorithms for Optimal Sensor Placement 

      Chintamaneni, Venkata Santosh (North Dakota State University, 2012)
      A sensor is a device which can be sensitive to any physical stimulus, such as light, heat, or a particular motion, and responds with a respective impulse. A graph is an abstract representation for a set of objects of any ...
    • Developing a Software Tool to Enhance the Creativity during Software Development Using the Results from the Literature Review 

      Hegde, Reshma (North Dakota State University, 2013)
      Success during software development depends on the creativity of software engineers. Knowledge plays a very important role in enhancing the creativity of software developers. Knowledge is available in different forms like ...
    • Development of Learning Objects For Teaching Software Testing Using a Cyber Learning Environment 

      Singh, Ashish Kumar (North Dakota State University, 2016)
      This paper is an attempt to extend the database of learning objects on WReSTT (Web Repository of Software Testing Tools) that students enrolled in programming courses can use to improve their understanding of testing ...
    • Diabetes Social Networking App for American Indians 

      Gurram, Rachana (North Dakota State University, 2019)
      Chronic disease effects health and quality of living largely. Social networking can initiate the onset of pathology and serve as direct cause for several chronic and non-communicable diseases. Technology has the potential ...
    • Discovering Complex Relationships between Drugs and Diseases 

      Sharma, Ranjana (North Dakota State University, 2011)
      Finding the complex semantic relations between existing drugs and new diseases will help in the drug development in a new way. Most of the drugs which have found new uses have been discovered due to serendipity. Hence, the ...
    • 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 ...
    • Dissertation Calculator Tool for Tracking and Managing Dissertation Progress for Graduate Students 

      Bat-Otgon, Bat-Od (North Dakota State University, 2019)
      Dissertation Calculator is a tool for graduate students who are working towards their graduate degree at North Dakota State University to manage and track their dissertation progress. It is also a communication and feedback ...
    • Document Management System 

      Sharma, Aman (North Dakota State University, 2012)
      The debate of using paper documents over computer documents has been a long topic of interest, there has been a lot of research done on the topic. Also, experiments have been done to evaluate the performance of users working ...
    • Does Domain Knowledge Increase Creativity During Requirements Development: An Empirical Investigation 

      Sharm, Sonu (North Dakota State University, 2014)
      To design and build a system/software, we need to understand the business of the organization, so understanding the business is very important for requirement analysis of such system. This requires an effective and efficient ...
    • DOM Structure Based Web Pattern Mining 

      Pillarikuppam, Naresh (North Dakota State University, 2011)
      A rapid expansion in the Web has motivated several studies to understand and recognize the implementation structure underlying the interface. Though the presentation of the Web pages looks different, those Web pages may ...
    • 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 ...
    • Effectiveness of Human Error Abstraction Assist Tool at Improving the Quality of Software Requirements 

      Deosi, Navneet (North Dakota State University, 2020)
      The successful completion of any given software project is dependent on error-free Software Requirement Specification (SRS) documents. SRS documents are prone to human errors and faults because their creation involves a ...
    • 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 ...
    • Electricity Demand Prediction Using Artificial Neural Network Framework 

      Param, Sowjanya (North Dakota State University, 2015)
      As the economy is growing, electricity usage has been growing and to meet the needs of energy market in providing the electricity without power outages, utility companies, distributors and investors need a powerful tool ...