Energetic Behavior Of Resistive Random-Access Memory Cells, 2016 Macalester College
Energetic Behavior Of Resistive Random-Access Memory Cells, Christopher M. Bisbee
Macalester Journal of Physics and Astronomy
In order to investigate the switching characteristics of Resistive Random Access Memory cells (ReRAM) in terms of their thermodynamic free energy properties, we need to build a number of models that replicate the system. This report contains the models used to investigate filament growth patterns based on different boundary conditions applied to the electrode-filament system. Using Comsol Multiphysics software, we determined that when a fixed voltage is applied to each electrode in the electrode-filament system, we should expect filament dissolution that resets our cells into the High Resistance State (HRS). If we instead fix a set amount of charge on ...
Using A Knowledge Management Approach To Support Effective Succession Planning In The Civil Service, 2016 Dublin Institute of Technology
Using A Knowledge Management Approach To Support Effective Succession Planning In The Civil Service, Mary O’Donohue
The modern workforce is highly mobile. The challenge facing organisations is how to safeguard key expertise and knowledge in the face of staff mobility and turnover. The Irish Civil Service is still recovering from the impacts of significant loss of staff, and their knowledge and expertise, as a result of cutbacks over recent years. This project will establish the potential of using a Knowledge Management approach to support effective succession planning in the Civil Service. The literature review charts the evolution of Knowledge Management from when the phrase was first coined in 1986 through to what is considered to be ...
An Exploration Of The Relationship Between The Partisan-Business Cycle And Economic Inequality Within Developed Economies, 2016 Dublin Institute of Technology
An Exploration Of The Relationship Between The Partisan-Business Cycle And Economic Inequality Within Developed Economies, Richard O'Doherty
Recent contributions to the study of inequality have provided strong evidence towards the presence of an established trend, over several decades, of growing economic inequality (with a particular focus on distribution within their tails; i.e. top 10%, 1%) across countries with developed economies and indications of similar trends across developing economies. While the causality and influencing factors to these trends has widely been discussed, and has range from declining domestic growth rates as economies move towards high mass consumption states to globalisation, political decision making and policy application been referred to as both contributory or an instrument for dampening ...
The Engineering Admissions Partnership Program: A Navigation Strategy For Community College Students Seeking A Pathway Into Engineering, Marcia R. Laugerman, Mack C. Shelley, Steven K. Mickelson, Diane T. Rover
Steven K. Mickelson
This paper presents the evaluation of a program designed to improve transfer outcomes for community college students pursuing an engineering degree. The program, the Engineering Admissions Partnership Program (E-APP), was designed to improve the navigational success of community college transfer students through connections to the university. These connections include coordinated academic advising, peer-mentoring, campus visits, and online social and professional networks. The objective of the study is to determine the efficacy of the E-APP and its interventions, which will be measured by increased participation rates and increased university retention rates for E-APP participants. Outcome data for the students are analyzed ...
3-D Shape Recovery From A Single Camera Image, 2016 Purdue University
3-D Shape Recovery From A Single Camera Image, Vijai Jayadevan, Aaron Michaux, Edward Delp, Zygmunt Pizlo
3-D shape recovery is an ill-posed inverse problem which must be solved by using a priori constraints. We use symmetry and planarity constraints to recover 3-D shapes from a single image. Once we assume that the object to be reconstructed is symmetric, all that is left to do is to estimate the plane of symmetry and establish the symmetry correspondence between the various parts of the object. The edge map of the image of an object serves as a good representation of its 2-D shape and establishing symmetry correspondence means identifying pairs of symmetric curves in the edge map. The ...
Comparative Study Of Dimension Reduction Approaches With Respect To Visualization In 3-Dimensional Space, 2016 Kennesaw State University
Comparative Study Of Dimension Reduction Approaches With Respect To Visualization In 3-Dimensional Space, Pooja Chenna
Master of Science in Computer Science Theses
In the present big data era, there is a need to process large amounts of unlabeled data and find some patterns in the data to use it further. If data has many dimensions, it is very hard to get any insight of it. It is possible to convert high-dimensional data to low-dimensional data using different techniques, this dimension reduction is important and makes tasks such as classification, visualization, communication and storage much easier. The loss of information should be less while mapping data from high-dimensional space to low-dimensional space. Dimension reduction has been a significant problem in many fields as ...
Dynamic 3d Zverse Models On The Web, 2016 University of South Carolina - Columbia
Dynamic 3d Zverse Models On The Web, Alexa Ann Breeland, Ming Wong
Theses and Dissertations
ZVerse is a 3D printing company that is responsible for converting 2D objects into 3D objects. This company specializes in generating 3D collegiate products. Whenever a customer orders a 3D model, such as an alumni brick, it is often helpful to allow customers to see what the object looks like before the purchase. Unfortunately, previewing the brick at runtime is quite a challenging task. The purpose of our project is to create a shopping website that models the existing ZVerse company website and incorporates dynamic 3D rendering of the brick model with the userinput text. The project can be ...
User-Composable Electronic Health Record Improves Efficiency Of Clinician Data Viewing For Patient Case Appraisal: A Mixed-Methods Study, 2016 SUNY Downstate Medical Center
User-Composable Electronic Health Record Improves Efficiency Of Clinician Data Viewing For Patient Case Appraisal: A Mixed-Methods Study, Yalini Senathirajah, David R. Kaufman, Suzanne R. Bakken
eGEMs (Generating Evidence & Methods to improve patient outcomes)
Background: Challenges in the design of electronic health records (EHRs) include designing usable systems that must meet the complex, rapidly changing, and high-stakes information needs of clinicians. The ability to move and assemble elements together on the same page has significant human-computer interaction (HCI) and efficiency advantages, and can mitigate the problems of negotiating multiple fixed screens and the associated cognitive burdens.
Objective: We compare MedWISE—a novel EHR that supports user-composable displays—with a conventional EHR in terms of the number of repeat views of data elements for patient case appraisal.
Design and Methods: The study used mixed-methods for ...
A Cyber-Physical System, 2016 Liberty University
A Cyber-Physical System, Andrew Davis, Dustin Bowe, Josiah Nagel
Montview Liberty University Journal of Undergraduate Research
The team was tasked with the creation of an autonomous cyber-physical system that could be continually developed as a post-capstone class by future STEM students and as a means to teach future engineering students. The strict definition of a cyber-physical system is a computation machine that networks with an embedded computer that performs a physical function. The autonomous aspect was achieved through two sonic sensors to monitor object distances in order to avoid walls and obstacles. The integrated system was based on the Intel Edison computation module. A primary goal for future addition is automation capabilities and machine learning applications.
Joint Resource Provisioning In Optical Cloud Networks, 2016 University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Joint Resource Provisioning In Optical Cloud Networks, Pan Yi
Computer Science and Engineering: Theses, Dissertations, and Student Research
Resource allocation is an evolving part of many Cloud computing and data center management problems. For infrastructure as a service (IaaS) in the Cloud, the Cloud service provider allocates virtual machines (VMs) to the customers with required CPU, memory and disk configurations. In addition to the computing infrastructures, the bandwidth resources would also be allocated to customers for data transmission between reserved VMs. In the near future, users may also want to reserve multiple virtual data centers (VDCs) to construct their own virtual Cloud, which could be called data center as a service (DCaaS). For these two types of services ...
Adaptive Kalman Filtering Methods For Low-Cost Gps/Ins Localization For Autonomous Vehicles, 2016 Carnegie Mellon University
Adaptive Kalman Filtering Methods For Low-Cost Gps/Ins Localization For Autonomous Vehicles, Adam Werries, John M. Dolan
For autonomous vehicles, navigation systems must be accurate enough to provide lane-level localization. Highaccuracy sensors are available but not cost-effective for production use. Although prone to significant error in poor circumstances, even low-cost GPS systems are able to correct Inertial Navigation Systems (INS) to limit the effects of dead reckoning error over short periods between sufficiently accurate GPS updates. Kalman filters (KF) are a standard approach for GPS/INS integration, but require careful tuning in order to achieve quality results. This creates a motivation for a KF which is able to adapt to different sensors and circumstances on its own ...
Robot Detection Using Gradient And Color Signatures, 2016 Bowdoin College
Robot Detection Using Gradient And Color Signatures, Megan Marie Maher
Tasks which are simple for a human can be some of the most challenging for a robot. Finding and classifying objects in an image is a complex computer vision problem that computer scientists are constantly working to solve. In the context of the RoboCup Standard Platform League (SPL) Competition, in which humanoid robots are programmed to autonomously play soccer, identifying other robots on the field is an example of this difficult computer vision problem. Without obstacle detection in RoboCup, the robotic soccer players are unable to smoothly move around the field and can be penalized for walking into another robot ...
Location-Aware Forwarding And Caching In Ccn-Based Mobile Ad Hoc Networks, 2016 Hongik University
Location-Aware Forwarding And Caching In Ccn-Based Mobile Ad Hoc Networks, Rana Asif Rehman, Byung-Seo Kim
Rana Asif Rehman
Memristor Panic—A Survey Of Different Device Models In Crossbar Architectures, 2016 Portland State University
Memristor Panic—A Survey Of Different Device Models In Crossbar Architectures, Walt Woods, Mohammad Mahmoud A. Taha, Dat Tran, Jens Burger, Christof Teuscher
The popularity of memristors has led to a wide range of models being proposed for both physically realized devices and their concepts in general. These models have been fit to specific devices, but the resulting device models are not often discussed in relation to specific applications. A common tool in neuromorphic algorithms, crossbar architectures rely exclusively on the electrical properties of the device connecting rows to columns. Using memristors for these connections, we investigate the viability of 14 device models found in literature for this application. We look at these device models in a crossbar architecture, with supporting circuitry clocked ...
Successful Female Students In Undergraduate Computer Science And Computer Engineering: Motivation, Self-Regulation, And Qualitative Characteristics, 2016 University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Successful Female Students In Undergraduate Computer Science And Computer Engineering: Motivation, Self-Regulation, And Qualitative Characteristics, Melissa Patterson Hazley
Public Access Theses and Dissertations from the College of Education and Human Sciences
Computer Science (CS) and Computer Engineering (CE) fields typically have not been successful at recruiting or retaining women students. Research indicates several reasons for this shortage but mainly from three perspectives: social issues, exposure/prior knowledge and curriculum issues in K-12 settings. This mixed-methods research addresses a gap in the literature by investigating the motivation and self-regulation behaviors of successful female students who are studying computer science and computer engineering. The findings in phase one of this study indicated that learning and performance approach goals predicted adaptive strategic self-regulation behaviors including strategy use, knowledge building and engagement. Learning avoidance goals ...
Ac Power Monitoring System Provides Individual Circuit Energy Consumption Data, 2016 Cedarville University
Ac Power Monitoring System Provides Individual Circuit Energy Consumption Data, Jared L. Newman, Grayson H. Dearing, Luke M. Tomlinson, Frederick G. Harmon
The Research and Scholarship Symposium
Motivated by high energy costs, people and organizations want to cut back on their energy consumption. However, the only feedback consumers typically receive is a monthly bill listing their total electricity usage (in kWh). Some companies have begun developing systems that allow households and organizations to monitor their energy usage for individual circuits. Available systems are expensive so a CU engineering senior design team has designed, fabricated, and tested a system for use at Cedarville University. The AC power monitoring system has the ability to measure energy consumption for each individual circuit in the breaker panel, store the data, and ...
Interactive Debriefing Application (Ida), 2016 University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Interactive Debriefing Application (Ida), Quentin Eastridge, Erik Vass
EURēCA: Exhibition of Undergraduate Research and Creative Achievement
Health Information Technology & Simulation Lab (HITS Lab) is an interprofessional effort aimed at enhancing consumer and professional health education through the advancement of health information technology. The HITS Lab brings together expertise from multiple disciplines to promote active simulated learning and the development and testing of new health technology. The lab’s latest development is the Interactive Debriefing Application (IDA). This tablet application will engage students as they observe medical simulations. The IDA will transform students from passive to active observers as they engage with what they are seeing in the simulation. The application will also enhance the face-to-face debriefing ...
Role Of Diffusive, Photovoltaic, And Thermal Effects In Beam Fanning In Linbo3, 2016 University of Alabama, Huntsville
Role Of Diffusive, Photovoltaic, And Thermal Effects In Beam Fanning In Linbo3, Jaw-Jueh Liu, Partha P. Banerjee, Q. W. Song
We analyze the steady-state (Gaussian) beam fanning in LiNbO3 from the nonlinearly coupled Kukhtarev equations by including both diffusive and photovoltaic effects and by adding the thermal effect in the calculation. There is good agreement between theory and experiment. The results show a symmetric beam-fanning pattern whose size depends on the beam waist and the power. Possible applications of our results in nondestructive testing of material parameters and optical limiting are discussed.
Self‐Refraction Of Nonlinear Capillary‐Gravity Waves, 2016 University of Dayton
Self‐Refraction Of Nonlinear Capillary‐Gravity Waves, Partha P. Banerjee, Adrianus Korpel, Karl E. Lonngren
Self‐refraction effects have been observed during the propagation of deep‐water capillary‐gravity waves. The observations are shown to be in qualitative agreement with the theory of self‐focusing and defocusing in a cubically nonlinear medium in the presence of diffraction.
Single-Beam Holographic Tomography Creates Images In Three Dimensions, 2016 The Catholic University of America
Single-Beam Holographic Tomography Creates Images In Three Dimensions, George Nehmetallah, Partha P. Banerjee, Nickolai Kukhtarev
In digital holography (DH), the interference between light scattered from an object and a reference wave is recorded using a CCD camera. DH has various advantages over analog holography: no film processing is needed, reconstruction is performed using numerical methods, and no further experimental setup is necessary. However, one of the disadvantages of DH is that current CCDs have a resolution of approximately 1,000 lines/mm, which is less than that of photographic film.