Internet Infrastructures For Large Scale Emulation With Efficient Hw/Sw Co-Design, 2021 University of Massachusetts Amherst
Internet Infrastructures For Large Scale Emulation With Efficient Hw/Sw Co-Design, Aiden K. Gula
Connected systems are becoming more ingrained in our daily lives with the advent of cloud computing, the Internet of Things (IoT), and artificial intelligence. As technology progresses, we expect the number of networked systems to rise along with their complexity. As these systems become abstruse, it becomes paramount to understand their interactions and nuances. In particular, Mobile Ad hoc Networks (MANET) and swarm communication systems exhibit added complexity due to a multitude of environmental and physical conditions. Testing these types of systems is challenging and incurs high engineering and deployment costs. In this work, we propose a scalable MANET emulation ...
Enterprise Environment Modeling For Penetration Testing On The Openstack Virtualization Platform, 2021 Comenius University
Enterprise Environment Modeling For Penetration Testing On The Openstack Virtualization Platform, Vincent Karovic Jr., Jakub Bartalos, Vincent Karovic, Michal Gregus
Journal of Global Business Insights
The article presents the design of a model environment for penetration testing of an organization using virtualization. The need for this model was based on the constantly increasing requirements for the security of information systems, both in legal terms and in accordance with international security standards. The model was created based on a specific team from the unnamed company. The virtual working environment offered the same functions as the physical environment. The virtual working environment was created in OpenStack and tested with a Linux distribution Kali Linux. We demonstrated that the virtual environment is functional and its security testable. Virtualizing ...
Distributed Parallel Processing, 2021 Western University
Distributed Parallel Processing, Adrian Wu
Undergraduate Student Research Internships Conference
This report summarizes the development of testing new microcontrollers in performing image processing and parallel processing to solve the problem of testing and deploying expensive computer hardware technology in space. The project determined that the I2C communication protocol should be converted to an alternative protocol to maximize data transfer in parallel processing. This report also analyzes the software components and hardware components of the Distributed Parallel Processing project.
This project was to research the alternative protocols for the recently developed project Distributed Parallel Processing with CubeSats. There project was to develop a suitable microcontroller to perform image processing techniques with ...
Forest Park Trail Monitoring, 2021 Portland State University
Forest Park Trail Monitoring, Adan Robles, Colton S. Maybee, Erin Dougherty
REU Final Reports
Forest Park, one of the largest public parks in the United States with over 40 trails to pick from when planning a hiking trip. One of the main problems this park has is that there are too many trails, and a lot of the trails extend over 3 miles. Due to these circumstances’ trails are not checked frequently and hikers are forced to hike trails in the area with no warnings of potential hazards they can encounter. In this paper I researched how Forest Park currently monitors its trails and then set up a goal to solve the problem. We ...
Digitally Reporting Trail Obstructions In Forest Park, 2021 Portland State University
Digitally Reporting Trail Obstructions In Forest Park, Colton S. Maybee
REU Final Reports
The inclusion of technology on the trail can lead to better experiences for everyone involved in the hobby. Hikers can play a more prominent role in the maintenance of the trails by being able to provide better reports of obstructions while directly on the trail. This paper goes into the project of revamping the obstruction report system applied at Forest Park in Portland, Oregon. Most of my contributions to the project focus on mobile app development with some research into path planning algorithms related to the continuations of this project.
Multi-Agent Radiation Localization, 2021 Portland State University
Multi-Agent Radiation Localization, Teresa Nguyen
REU Final Reports
Advancement of radiation detection technology is an ongoing process, and adjustments are made based on pre-existing conditions of radiation presence--both natural and man made. Tools that are currently used for safely detecting radiation in urban environments exist in several forms: drones, robots, or handheld radiation detection devices. This is a harm reductive way to explore radiation-infected environments while preserving human health as best as possible. In order for these autonomous platforms to successfully detect radiation sources, an algorithm needs to be created that is capable of gathering crucial data on its own with little to no human interference. Machine learning ...
Toward Reliable And Efficient Message Passing Software For Hpc Systems: Fault Tolerance And Vector Extension, 2021 University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Toward Reliable And Efficient Message Passing Software For Hpc Systems: Fault Tolerance And Vector Extension, Dong Zhong
As the scale of High-performance Computing (HPC) systems continues to grow, researchers are devoted themselves to achieve the best performance of running long computing jobs on these systems. My research focus on reliability and efficiency study for HPC software.
First, as systems become larger, mean-time-to-failure (MTTF) of these HPC systems is negatively impacted and tends to decrease. Handling system failures becomes a prime challenge. My research aims to present a general design and implementation of an efficient runtime-level failure detection and propagation strategy targeting large-scale, dynamic systems that is able to detect both node and process failures. Using multiple overlapping ...
A Black-Box Approach For Containerized Microservice Monitoring In Fog Computing, 2021 The University of Western Ontario
A Black-Box Approach For Containerized Microservice Monitoring In Fog Computing, Shi Chang
Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Repository
The goal of the Internet of Things (IoT) is to convert the physical world into a smart space in which physical objects, called things, are equipped with computing and communication capabilities. Those things can connect with anything, anyone at any time, any space via any network or service. The predominant Internet of Things (IoT) system model today is cloud centric. This model introduces latencies into the application execution, as data travels first upstream for processing and secondly the results, i.e., control commands, travel downstream to the devices. In contrast with the cloud-model, the cloud-fog-based model pushes computing capability to ...
Eye Tracking In Virtual Reality For Educational Technology Research, 2021 Fundación Universitaria Konrad Lorenz
Eye Tracking In Virtual Reality For Educational Technology Research, Jorge Bacca-Acosta, Julian Tejada
No abstract provided.
Review Of Data Mining Techniques For Detecting Churners In The Telecommunication Industry, 2021 October 6 University
Review Of Data Mining Techniques For Detecting Churners In The Telecommunication Industry, Mahmoud Ewieda, Mohamed Ismail Roushdy, Essam Shaaban
Future Computing and Informatics Journal
The telecommunication sector has been developed rapidly and with large amounts of data obtained as a result of increasing in the number of subscribers, modern techniques, data-based applications, and services. As well as better awareness of customer requirements and excellent quality that meets their satisfaction. This satisfaction raises rivalry between firms to maintain the quality of their services and upgrade them. These data can be helpfully extracted for analysis and used for predicting churners. Researchers around the world have conducted important research to understand the uses of Data mining (DM) that can be used to predict customers' churn. This paper ...
Bayesian Adaptive Path Allocation Techniques For Intra-Datacenter Workloads, 2021 Technological University Dublin
Bayesian Adaptive Path Allocation Techniques For Intra-Datacenter Workloads, Ali Malik, Ruairí De Fréin, Chih-Heng Ke, Hasanen Alyasiri, Obinna Izima
Data center networks (DCNs) are the backbone of many cloud and Internet services. They are vulnerable to link failures, that occur on a daily basis, with a high frequency. Service disruption due to link failure may incur financial losses, compliance breaches and reputation damage. Performance metrics such as packet loss and routing flaps are negatively affected by these failure events. We propose a new Bayesian learning approach towards adaptive path allocation that aims to improve DCN performance by reducing both packet loss and routing flaps ratios. The proposed approach incorporates historical information about link failure and usage probabilities into its ...
Website Based Library Service Development For Elementary School Library Services (Case Study: A Private Elementary School Library In Surabaya), 2021 Universitas Airlangga, Indonesia
Website Based Library Service Development For Elementary School Library Services (Case Study: A Private Elementary School Library In Surabaya), Nasa Zata Dina, Iva Nur Annisya, Nyoman Juniarta
Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)
This study was conducted to develop library services at a private elementary school by developing a system using the waterfall method and PHP framework. It is developed to provide website based library. Many users, especially librarian, experience restlessness in cataloging, processing and lending services because all the services had been processed manually. Librarian’s workload increased because there is limited number of people work in the library. The purpose of this research is to make librarian easier to provide library services which are packaged in a website based library services. This study uses the waterfall method to develop library services ...
Fasten: An Iot Platform For Supply Chain Management In A Covid-19 Pandemic Scenario, Fernando Lemos, Thays Do Nascimento, Gustavo Dalmarco
Markets, Globalization & Development Review
This paper points out the major disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. It proposes an automated Internet-of-Things (IoT) based manufacturing and supply chain system, termed FASTEN, that can deal with such severe disruptions.
Six Sigma, Sustainability, And It Management: A Research Review And Discussion Of Future Directions, Manal Alduraibi, Timothy Winders, Chad Laux
International Conference on Lean Six Sigma
Purpose- Six Sigma is based upon quality improvement by finding the root cause and refining processes to the precision of process outcomes. The purpose of this research was to conduct a systematic literature review (SLR) to explore the Six Sigma techniques and information technology (IT) management concepts to identify the IT management principle's impact on the sustainability of Six Sigma project efforts and identify the gaps that are essential to be addressed through further research. This research also discusses the principles of IT management upon the influence on Six Sigma projects, and subsequent contribution to organizational economic sustainability ...
The Revenue Operations (Revops) Framework: A Qualitative Study Of Industry Practitioners., 2021 Harrisburg University of Science and Technology
The Revenue Operations (Revops) Framework: A Qualitative Study Of Industry Practitioners., Oliviero Mottola
Dissertations and Theses
In recent years Revenue Operations or RevOps has emerged in professional circles as a new approach to manage Sales, Marketing and Customer Success teams in the context of b2b sales. In practitioner circles, RevOps definitions range from the increased collaboration of the three job functions to an all-out creation of job function within organizations. While the subject of interdepartmental alignment has been covered extensively in academia (albeit not exhaustively), RevOps as a term and set of practices has received no attention and industry practitioners struggle to find a unified set of best practices that isn’t coming from organizations trying ...
Windows Kernel Hijacking Is Not An Option: Memoryranger Comes To The Rescue Again, 2021 Independent Researcher
Windows Kernel Hijacking Is Not An Option: Memoryranger Comes To The Rescue Again, Igor Korkin
Journal of Digital Forensics, Security and Law
The security of a computer system depends on OS kernel protection. It is crucial to reveal and inspect new attacks on kernel data, as these are used by hackers. The purpose of this paper is to continue research into attacks on dynamically allocated data in the Windows OS kernel and demonstrate the capacity of MemoryRanger to prevent these attacks. This paper discusses three new hijacking attacks on kernel data, which are based on bypassing OS security mechanisms. The first two hijacking attacks result in illegal access to files open in exclusive access. The third attack escalates process privileges, without applying ...
Inventory Locating With Quuppa: The Design And Development Of A Real-Time Process Monitoring Web Application Solution, 2021 California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
Inventory Locating With Quuppa: The Design And Development Of A Real-Time Process Monitoring Web Application Solution, Dylan C. Moreland, Trevor J. Howell, John W. Takiff, Patrick S. Dillon, Theo E. Fritz, William K. Mcintyre
Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering
Viasat, Inc. requires precise inventory tracking at their production facility in San Diego, CA. Viasat has installed the Quuppa indoor real-time locating system (RTLS), which it uses to track the real-time position of high-value work-in-process items. In its current state, the system only displays in-the-moment location information, with no available functionality for storing historical data for review, analysis, or visualization. In addition, the data displayed is noisy and prone to significant random error. This paper provides an overview of RTLS methods and technologies, assesses alternative solutions to Viasat’s issue, demonstrates our RTLS integrated web app solution, analyzes its impact ...
The State Of Artificial Intelligence In Medical Imaging, 2021 Clark University
The State Of Artificial Intelligence In Medical Imaging, Catalin Cristian Veghes
School of Professional Studies
This study explores the current state of Artificial Intelligence in medical imaging and provides an accessible assessment of how radiologists perceive the emerging technologies. Throughout the research, we analyze different aspects such as the adoption rate of Artificial Intelligence or the performance of state-of-the-art models, and we identify some of the significant barriers that prevent a wider adoption, such as the lack of collaboration between radiologists and computer scientists. Additionally, we provide a brief theoretical background that explains how deep learning works and how it can be helpful in medical imaging. We describe the architecture of a binary classifier in ...
The Effects Of Artificial Intelligence On Competitive Sports, 2021 Clark University
The Effects Of Artificial Intelligence On Competitive Sports, Qiyu Pu
School of Professional Studies
This Research thesis is to explore the application and impact of artificial intelligence in the field of competitive sports, discover the risks and problems in it, and discuss solutions. Nowadays, artificial intelligence has been applied to all walks of life, and the field of competitive sports is no exception, such as VR video technology, artificial intelligence for competition and player data analysis, artificial intelligence equipment to help players train, artificial intelligence to develop tactics, etc. But artificial intelligence has also brought about problems such as disrupting game viewing, making intellectual competitive sports meaningless, and threatening the status of industry practitioners ...
A Bibliometric Analysis Of Plant Disease Classification With Artificial Intelligence Using Convolutional Neural Network, 2021 Symbiosis International University
A Bibliometric Analysis Of Plant Disease Classification With Artificial Intelligence Using Convolutional Neural Network, Sumit Kumar, Rutuja Rajendra Patil, Vasu Kumawat, Yashovardhan Rai, Navaneeth Krishnan, Shubham Kumar Singh
Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)
In 2021 and the modern future which everyone is going to be a part of, Artificial intelligence is going to be the biggest part of our livelihood. In the future there is going to be a huge expansion of population especially at the rate right now which we are moving but the biggest problem which everyone should be concerned about is the food supply as many of the nations would not be able to feed and make survive their population as even now, there is scarcity of it. Currently in the world the people revolving around the artificial intelligence are ...