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Ceg 429/629-01: Internet Security, Prabhaker Mateti 2010 Wright State University - Main Campus

Ceg 429/629-01: Internet Security, Prabhaker Mateti

Computer Science & Engineering Syllabi

Introduction to security issues arising primarily from computer networks. Topics include node and service authentication, address spoofing, hijacking, SYN floods, smurfing, sniffing, routing tricks, and privacy of data en route. Buffer overruns and other exploitation of software development errors. Hardening of operating systems. Intrusion detection. Firewalls. Ethics. Prerequisites: CEG 433


Network Neutrality Or Internet Innovation?, Christopher S. Yoo 2010 University of Pennsylvania Law School

Network Neutrality Or Internet Innovation?, Christopher S. Yoo

Faculty Scholarship at Penn Law

Over the past two decades, the Internet has undergone an extensive re-ordering of its topology that has resulted in increased variation in the price and quality of its services. Innovations such as private peering, multihoming, secondary peering, server farms, and content delivery networks have caused the Internet’s traditionally hierarchical architecture to be replaced by one that is more heterogeneous. Relatedly, network providers have begun to employ an increasingly varied array of business arrangements and pricing. This variation has been interpreted by some as network providers attempting to promote their self interest at the expense of the public. In fact ...


Cs 141: Computer Programming - I, Michael Ondrasek 2010 Wright State University - Main Campus

Cs 141: Computer Programming - I, Michael Ondrasek

Computer Science & Engineering Syllabi

This course provides a general introduction to the fundamentals of computer programming. Examples from and applications to a broad range of problems are given. No prior knowledge of programming is assumed. The concepts covered will be applied to the Java programming language. Students must register for both lecture and one laboratory section. 4 credit hours. Prerequisite: MTH 127 (College Algebra) or equivalent.


Cs 271/Bio 371: Introduction To Bioinformatics, Michael L. Raymer, Dan E. Krane 2010 Wright State University - Main Campus

Cs 271/Bio 371: Introduction To Bioinformatics, Michael L. Raymer, Dan E. Krane

Computer Science & Engineering Syllabi

The course web page will be the primary method for distributing important announcements, course material, class notes, etc. Please check the page often. Login to the campus WebCT system using your cats username and password. The URL is: http://wisdom.wright.edu


Cs 242: Computer Programming Iii, Mateen M. Rizki 2010 Wright State University - Main Campus

Cs 242: Computer Programming Iii, Mateen M. Rizki

Computer Science & Engineering Syllabi

No abstract provided.


Cs 712: Advanced Topics In Artificial Intelligence: Inference Graphical Models, Shaojun Wang 2010 Wright State University - Main Campus

Cs 712: Advanced Topics In Artificial Intelligence: Inference Graphical Models, Shaojun Wang

Computer Science & Engineering Syllabi

This course will cover the fundamentals of graphical probability models, focusing on the key representations, algorithms and theories that have facilitated much recent progress in artificial intelligence research.


Ceg 220-01: Introduction To C Programming For Engineers, Jay DeJongh 2010 Wright State University - Main Campus

Ceg 220-01: Introduction To C Programming For Engineers, Jay Dejongh

Computer Science & Engineering Syllabi

This course provides a general introduction to computers as a problem-solving tool using the C programming language. Emphasis is on algorithms and techniques useful to engineers. Topics include data representation, debugging, and program verification. 4 credit hours. Prerequisite: MTH 229 (Calculus I) or EGR 101 (Engineering Mathematics). The course includes a scheduled laboratory section for which you must register.


Ceg 403/603-01: Personal Area Networks, Yong Pei 2010 Wright State University - Main Campus

Ceg 403/603-01: Personal Area Networks, Yong Pei

Computer Science & Engineering Syllabi

No abstract provided.


Ceg 498-01: Design Experience, Thomas C. Hartrum 2010 Wright State University - Main Campus

Ceg 498-01: Design Experience, Thomas C. Hartrum

Computer Science & Engineering Syllabi

CEG 498 (Design Experience) is a summative computer engineering design project course that builds upon previous engineering, science, mathematics and communications course work. CEG 498 projects are a minimum of two quarters in length and must be completed in groups of at least three students. Projects are selected under the guidance of the course instructor and are tailored to both student interest and formal classroom preparation. Students are evaluated both on their individual contributions as recorded in a graded engineering journal and on the quality of their collective efforts as reflected in group generated products.


Ceg 702-01: Advanced Communication Networks, Bin Wang 2010 Wright State University - Main Campus

Ceg 702-01: Advanced Communication Networks, Bin Wang

Computer Science & Engineering Syllabi

Section 01 of CEG 702: Advanced Communication Networks.


Ceg 726-01: Pattern Recognition, Arthur A. Goshtasby 2010 Wright State University - Main Campus

Ceg 726-01: Pattern Recognition, Arthur A. Goshtasby

Computer Science & Engineering Syllabi

This course will discuss fundamentals of Pattern Recognition, including supervised learning and clustering.


Ceg 479/679-01: Computer Animation, Thomas Wischgoll 2010 Wright State University - Main Campus

Ceg 479/679-01: Computer Animation, Thomas Wischgoll

Computer Science & Engineering Syllabi

No abstract provided.


Ceg 770-01: Computer Engineering Mathematics, Jack Jean 2010 Wright State University - Main Campus

Ceg 770-01: Computer Engineering Mathematics, Jack Jean

Computer Science & Engineering Syllabi

No abstract provided.


Ceg 730-01: Distributed Computing Principles, Soon M. Chung 2010 Wright State University - Main Campus

Ceg 730-01: Distributed Computing Principles, Soon M. Chung

Computer Science & Engineering Syllabi

No abstract provided.


Ceg 260-01: Digital Computing Hardware/Switching Circuits, Meilin Liu 2010 Wright State University - Main Campus

Ceg 260-01: Digital Computing Hardware/Switching Circuits, Meilin Liu

Computer Science & Engineering Syllabi

We will discuss and cover basic digital, combinational and sequential logic systems. Labs will be used to gain valuable practical experience in implementing elementary circuits and logic designs.


Ceg 416-01: Matrix Computations, Ronald F. Taylor 2010 Wright State University - Main Campus

Ceg 416-01: Matrix Computations, Ronald F. Taylor

Computer Science & Engineering Syllabi

This course is a survey of numerical methods in linear algebra for application to problems in engineering and the sciences. Emphasis is on using modern software tools on high performance computing systems. This course covers the mathematics of linear equations, eigenvalue problems, singular value decomposition, and least squares. Material covered will be relevant to applications areas such as structural analysis, heat transfer, neural networks, mechanical vibrations, and image processing in biomedical engineering. A familiarity with MATLAB is useful, and the ability to program in languages such as CIC++ or Fortran is very important. A basic knowledge of matrix algebra is ...


Ceg 211-01: Pc Networking Ii, Karen Meyer 2010 Wright State University - Main Campus

Ceg 211-01: Pc Networking Ii, Karen Meyer

Computer Science & Engineering Syllabi

Focuses on server installation, administration, multiple protocol integration, systems maintenance, and trouble-shooting. Includes hands-on class and laboratory assignments.


Providing Location Security In Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks, Gongjun Yan 2010 Old Dominion University

Providing Location Security In Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks, Gongjun Yan

Computer Science Theses & Dissertations

Location is fundamental information in Vehicular Ad-hoc Networks (VANETs). Almost all VANET applications rely on location information. Therefore it is of importance to ensure location information integrity, meaning that location information is original (from the generator), correct (not bogus or fabricated) and unmodified (value not changed). We present validation mechanisms to provide location integrity for VANETs. In the initial mechanism, we assume that all vehicles are equipped with a radar, a GPS receiver, and a transceiver. Since radar has a limited radar range and transceiver has a limited transmission range, we build network cells as a security unit as well ...


Managing Media Rich Geo-Spatial Annotations For A Map-Based Mobile Application Using Clustering, Khasfariyati RAZIKIN, Dion Hoe-Lian GOH, Ee Peng LIM, Aixin SUN, Yin-Leng THENG, Thi Nhu Quynh KIM, Kalyani CHATTERJEA, Chew-Hung CHANG 2010 Nanyang Technological University

Managing Media Rich Geo-Spatial Annotations For A Map-Based Mobile Application Using Clustering, Khasfariyati Razikin, Dion Hoe-Lian Goh, Ee Peng Lim, Aixin Sun, Yin-Leng Theng, Thi Nhu Quynh Kim, Kalyani Chatterjea, Chew-Hung Chang

Research Collection School Of Information Systems

With the prevalence of mobile devices that are equipped with wireless Internet capabilities and Global Positioning System (GPS) functionality, the creation and access of user-generated content are extended to users on the go. Such content are tied to real world objects, in the form of geospatial annotations, and it is only natural that these annotations are visualized using a map-based approach. However, viewing maps that are filled with annotations could hinder the serendipitous discovery of data, especially on the small screens of mobile devices. This calls for a need to manage the annotations. In this paper, we introduce a mobile ...


Embedded Virtual Machines For Robust Wireless Control And Actuation, Miroslav Pajic, Rahul Mangharam 2010 University of Pennsylvania

Embedded Virtual Machines For Robust Wireless Control And Actuation, Miroslav Pajic, Rahul Mangharam

Departmental Papers (ESE)

Embedded wireless networks have largely focused on open-loop sensing and monitoring. To address actuation in closed-loop wireless control systems there is a strong need to re-think the communication architectures and protocols for reliability, coordination and control. As the links, nodes and topology of wireless systems are inherently unreliable, such time-critical and safety-critical applications require programming abstractions and runtime systems where the tasks are assigned to the sensors, actuators and controllers as a single component rather than statically mapping a set of tasks to a specific physical node at design time. To this end, we introduce the Embedded Virtual Machine (EVM ...


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