Effective Methods And Tools For Mining App Store Reviews, 2018 Louisiana State University
Effective Methods And Tools For Mining App Store Reviews, Nishant Jha
LSU Doctoral Dissertations
Research on mining user reviews in mobile application (app) stores has noticeably advanced in the past few years. The main objective is to extract useful information that app developers can use to build more sustainable apps. In general, existing research on app store mining can be classified into three genres: classification of user feedback into different types of software maintenance requests (e.g., bug reports and feature requests), building practical tools that are readily available for developers to use, and proposing visions for enhanced mobile app stores that integrate multiple sources of user feedback to ensure app survivability. Despite these ...
Introducing Competencies In Organizations, 2018 HU University of Applied Science
Introducing Competencies In Organizations, Henk Plessius, Anand Sheombar, Pascal Ravesteyn
Communications of the IIMA
In the fast-changing world of IT, relevant competencies are getting more important as these determine how successful you can function in practice. As a consequence, organizations are introducing competency frameworks like the European e-Competence Framework (e-CF, 2014) in their IT departments. However, for many organizations it is unclear what good practices and pitfalls are when introducing such a framework. In this paper this topic is studied by analysing 13 interviews with IT- and HR-managers who are (or recently have been) involved in a transition towards the use of competencies with their IT-staff.
Julia Language Ephemeris And Physical Constants Reader For Solar System Bodies, 2018 Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Julia Language Ephemeris And Physical Constants Reader For Solar System Bodies, Julia Mihaylov, Renee Spear
Undergraduate Research Symposium - Prescott
This presentation was the forerunner a second paper by the authors for the AAS/AIAA conference in January 2019, and is not available for download. For a description of the first presentation, see the authors' Discovery Day 2018 - Presentation.
Publicly released in 2012, the Julia language is a relatively new, open source dynamic language. One major benefit of Julia is its combined capabilities of both dynamic and static coding languages. It nearly matches the computational efficiency of static languages, such as FORTRAN or C, and exceeds that of dynamic languages, such as MATLAB or Python. Additionally, unlike Python, Julia was ...
Developing High Performance Grid Computing Systems On A Budget, 2018 Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Developing High Performance Grid Computing Systems On A Budget, Forrest Mobley
Undergraduate Research Symposium - Prescott
High performance grid computing systems are essential for today’s engineering and research projects, as they make certain impossibilities possible, and save time and money as well. However, these supercomputers can cost upwards of a hundred million dollars and require large amounts of space and energy to keep, making them all but inaccessible to small engineering firms and universities. As most of these institutions do not require the massive level of computing power offered by these large grid computers, small scale versions are often built, with various setups. The purpose of this project was to set up a new small ...
Project Janus, 2018 Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Project Janus, Theodore J. Lilyeblade, Jacqueline Worley, Garrison Bybee
Undergraduate Research Symposium - Prescott
The development goal of Project Janus is to design, fabricate, and program two robotic heads that can serve as animatronic chatbots. Each robotic head will be equipped with two USB webcams, a mono speaker within the robot’s mouth, and a pair of microphones. Additionally, each robotic head will feature a three degree of freedom neck, a one degree-of-freedom jaw, and a two degree-of-freedom gimbal for the eyes upon which the cameras will be mounted. The robotic heads will be interfaced to separate internet connected personal computers. Through these computers, they will make use of online speech recognition tools, online ...
Minutes & Seconds: The Scientists, 2018 Long Island University - C W Post Campus
Minutes & Seconds: The Scientists, Patrick Aievoli
Minutes & Seconds, is a captivating intelligible read for those who strive to understand where the “what if” moment has gone. Succeeding his other captivating books, Aievoli’s deep introspective lens dials his readers in to awaken the proverbial sleeping giant inside of our consciousness. He designs an insightful exciting romp through the surreal landscape of our society and illustrates how various pioneers have lead us to a crossroads. I’m truly impressed with Aievoli’s perspicacious comprehension of where digital has taken us through the hands of these select individuals. --Sequoyah Wharton
In creating Minutes & Seconds, Aievoli has assembled an ...
Recurrent Neural Network Architectures Toward Intrusion Detection, 2018 The University of Western Ontario
Recurrent Neural Network Architectures Toward Intrusion Detection, Wafaa Anani
Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Repository
Recurrent Neural Networks (RNN) show a remarkable result in sequence learning, particularly in architectures with gated unit structures such as Long Short-term Memory (LSTM). In recent years, several permutations of LSTM architecture have been proposed mainly to overcome the computational complexity of LSTM. In this dissertation, a novel study is presented that will empirically investigate and evaluate LSTM architecture variants such as Gated Recurrent Unit (GRU), Bi-Directional LSTM, and Dynamic-RNN for LSTM and GRU specifically on detecting network intrusions. The investigation is designed to identify the learning time required for each architecture algorithm and to measure the intrusion prediction accuracy ...
Aviation Cybersecurity: An Overview, 2018 Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Aviation Cybersecurity: An Overview, Gary C. Kessler, J. Philip Craiger
National Training Aircraft Symposium (NTAS)
Information security—aka cybersecurity—is the most rapidly growing threat to critical infrastructures, including the aviation industry. Due to the plethora of digital devices, ubiquity of the Internet and other networks, and the rapid growth in the adoption of technology, everyone is an information system security manager. Every professional in the aviation and aeronautics industry use computers, mobile devices, tablets, GPS devices, and/or other hardware on a daily basis, as well as go online for a variety of reasons.
Attacks on information have been ongoing since the inception of the industry a hundred years ago, in such forms as ...
Investigating Dataset Distinctiveness, 2018 Purdue University
Investigating Dataset Distinctiveness, Andrew Ulmer, Kent W. Gauen, Yung-Hsiang Lu, Zohar R. Kapach, Daniel P. Merrick
The Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) Symposium
Just as a human might struggle to interpret another human’s handwriting, a computer vision program might fail when asked to perform one task in two different domains. To be more specific, visualize a self-driving car as a human driver who had only ever driven on clear, sunny days, during daylight hours. This driver – the self-driving car – would inevitably face a significant challenge when asked to drive when it is violently raining or foggy during the night, putting the safety of its passengers in danger. An extensive understanding of the data we use to teach computer vision models – such as ...
Spam Elimination And Bias Correction : Ensuring Label Quality In Crowdsourced Tasks., 2018 University of Louisville
Spam Elimination And Bias Correction : Ensuring Label Quality In Crowdsourced Tasks., Lingyu Lyu
Electronic Theses and Dissertations
Crowdsourcing is proposed as a powerful mechanism for accomplishing large scale tasks via anonymous workers online. It has been demonstrated as an effective and important approach for collecting labeled data in application domains which require human intelligence, such as image labeling, video annotation, natural language processing, etc. Despite the promises, one big challenge still exists in crowdsourcing systems: the difficulty of controlling the quality of crowds. The workers usually have diverse education levels, personal preferences, and motivations, leading to unknown work performance while completing a crowdsourced task. Among them, some are reliable, and some might provide noisy feedback. It is ...
How Much Privacy Do We Have Today? A Study Of The Life Of Marc Mezvinsky, 2018 Southern Methodist University
How Much Privacy Do We Have Today? A Study Of The Life Of Marc Mezvinsky, Miguel Mares, Salomon Gilles, Brian D. Gobran, Dan Engels
SMU Data Science Review
In this paper, we present a case study evaluating the level of information available about an individual through public, Internet-accessible sources. Privacy is a basic tenet of democratic society, but technological advances have made access to information and the identification of individuals much easier through Internet-accessible databases and information stores. To determine the potential level of privacy available to an individual in today’s interconnected world, we sought to develop a detailed history of Marc Mezvinsky, a semi-public figure, husband of Chelsea Clinton, and son of two former members of the United States House of Representatives. By utilizing only publicly ...
Retrieval Of Infotainment System Artifacts From Vehicles Using Ive, 2018 Marshall University
Retrieval Of Infotainment System Artifacts From Vehicles Using Ive, Celia J. Whelan, John Sammons, Brian Mcmanus, Terry W. Fenger
Journal of Applied Digital Evidence
The analysis of mobile devices and hard drives has been the focus of the digital forensics world for years, but there is another source of potential evidence not often considered: vehicles. Many of today’s “connected cars” have systems that function like computers, storing information they process including user data from devices synced to the system. There has been little to no research done regarding what types of user artifacts can be found on the system, how long these artifacts remain, whether or not the user can remove those artifacts, and whether certain systems provide more information than others. For ...
Intelligent Computational Transportation, 2018 University of New Mexico
Intelligent Computational Transportation, Yuming Zhang
Electrical and Computer Engineering ETDs
Transportation is commonplace around our world. Numerous researchers dedicate great efforts to vast transportation research topics. The purpose of this dissertation is to investigate and address a couple of transportation problems with respect to geographic discretization, pavement surface automatic examination, and traffic ow simulation, using advanced computational technologies. Many applications require a discretized 2D geographic map such that local information can be accessed efficiently. For example, map matching, which aligns a sequence of observed positions to a real-world road network, needs to find all the nearby road segments to the individual positions. To this end, the map is discretized by ...
Investigating On Through Glass Via Based Rf Passives For 3-D Integration, 2018 Ningbo University
Investigating On Through Glass Via Based Rf Passives For 3-D Integration, Libo Qian, Jifei Sang, Yinshui Xia, Jian Wang, Peiyi Zhao
Mathematics, Physics, and Computer Science Faculty Articles and Research
Due to low dielectric loss and low cost, glass is developed as a promising material for advanced interposers in 2.5-D and 3-D integration. In this paper, through glass vias (TGVs) are used to implement inductors for minimal footprint and large quality factor. Based on the proposed physical structure, the impact of various process and design parameters on the electrical characteristics of TGV inductors is investigated with 3-D electromagnetic simulator HFSS. It is observed that TGV inductors have identical inductance and larger quality factor in comparison with their through silicon via counterparts. Using TGV inductors and parallel plate capacitors, a ...
Forumsphere.Com, 2018 California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
Forumsphere.Com, Nicholas Scott Gatehouse, Sam Robert Rastovich
We live in the Age of Information & Technology where social media has become an integral part of our society. Social media platforms such as Facebook help bring people and ideas together in one place. However, currently there is no centralized hub on the internet that is geared towards individual college campuses. Our goal is to create an environment that promotes structured and productive discussion between students, alumni, and staff. A platform like ours is needed to bring a campus closer if the community is willing and able to help one another.
There are other platforms that focus on social media ...
Dynamic Video Streaming For Nano Quadcopters, 2018 California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
Dynamic Video Streaming For Nano Quadcopters, Shane Daniel Kent, Ryan Weideman, Nicholas Kimball
The objective of this project was to develop a system that streams real-time video from a Crazyflie 2.0 nano quadcopter. We discuss the motivation behind the project including applications to swarm robotics and computer vision research. We highlight the initial research and design goals that guided the development of the system such as hardware selection and system specifications. We detail the software and hardware subsystems that we implemented including the video-streaming board, firmware, and video-streaming user application. We examine the performance of the final system and discuss the limitations imposed by the hardware. We conclude by describing future work ...
Tracking Eye Movements Over Source Code, 2018 California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
Tracking Eye Movements Over Source Code, Faith Chan
No abstract provided.
Otd 360 Corsa Plate And Pcb Recreation, 2018 California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
Otd 360 Corsa Plate And Pcb Recreation, Patrick Ryan Malapira
No abstract provided.
Home Weather Station, 2018 California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
Home Weather Station, Jarrett William Corr
This senior project implements a mobile weather station that can relay weather data to an indoor module with an LCD display. The outdoor module utilizes a temperature, humidity, and pressure sensor to collect atmospheric weather data and a radio transceiver to transmit the data to a display station via radio frequency communications. The indoor station displays the temperature, humidity and time with an LCD display. The indoor station has a settings menu which allows the user to configure the unit of measurement for the temperature and time where the device is located.
Collision Avoidance Smartphone, 2018 California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
Collision Avoidance Smartphone, Aaron Parisi, Luis Wong, Joey Schnecker, Matt Columbres
There are many instances in day-to-day life where people cannot or would rather not pay full attention to their surroundings. Walking while preoccupied with a smartphone or walking while blind are excellent examples where technology could be used to make the task of avoiding 2collisions reactive, instead of proactive. A device which monitors a user’s surroundings and notifies the user when a potential collision is detected (and, additionally, notifying them as to where the obstacle is with respect to them) could be used to make walking distracted less of a hazard for the user and those around the user ...