Let’S Try Something New: Service Learning In Boise State's Computer Science Department, 2017 Boise State University
Let’S Try Something New: Service Learning In Boise State's Computer Science Department, Daniel Kondratyuk
International Journal of Undergraduate Community Engagement
In this article I explain how a group of Computer Science students at Boise State University participated in a new service learning project. I provide a few testimonials on the students’ experiences and describe the rewarding aspects of service learning in the greater Computer Science community.
Health Portal Functionality And The Use Of Patient-Centered Technology, 2017 Walden University
Health Portal Functionality And The Use Of Patient-Centered Technology, Anita Joyce Simmons
Walden Dissertations and Doctoral Studies
Health portals are dedicated web pages for medical practices to provide patients access to their electronic health records. The problem identified in this quality improvement project was that the health portal in the urgent care setting had not been available to staff nor patients. To provide leadership with information related to opening the portal, the first purpose of the project was to assess staff and patients' perceived use, ease of use, attitude toward using, and intention to use the portal. The second purpose was to evaluate the portal education materials for the top 5 urgent care diagnoses: diabetes, hypertension, asthma ...
Deep Data Analysis On The Web, 2016 San Jose State University
Deep Data Analysis On The Web, Xuanyu Liu
Search engines are well known to people all over the world. People prefer to use keywords searching to open websites or retrieve information rather than type typical URLs. Therefore, collecting finite sequences of keywords that represent important concepts within a set of authors is important, in other words, we need knowledge mining. We use a simplicial concept method to speed up concept mining. Previous CS 298 project has studied this approach under Dr. Lin. This method is very fast, for example, to mine the concept, FP-growth takes 876 seconds from a database with 1257 columns 65k rows, simplicial complex only ...
Handling Relationships In A Wiki System, 2016 San Jose State University
Handling Relationships In A Wiki System, Yashi Kamboj
Wiki software enables users to manage content on the web, and create or edit web pages freely. Most wiki systems support the creation of hyperlinks on pages and have a simple text syntax for page formatting. A common, more advanced feature is to allow pages to be grouped together as categories. Currently, wiki systems support categorization of pages in a very traditional way by specifying whether a wiki page belongs to a category or not. Categorization represents unary relationship and is not sufficient to represent n-ary relationships, those involving links between multiple wiki pages.
In this project, we extend Yioop ...
Predicting User's Future Requests Using Frequent Patterns, 2016 San Jose State University
Predicting User's Future Requests Using Frequent Patterns, Marc Nipuna Dominic Savio
In this research, we predict User's Future Request using Data Mining Algorithm. Usage of the World Wide Web has resulted in a huge amount of data and handling of this data is getting hard day by day. All this data is stored as Web Logs and each web log is stored in a different format with different Field names like search string, URL with its corresponding timestamp, User ID’s that helps for session identification, Status code, etc. Whenever a user requests for a URL there is a delay in getting the page requested and sometimes the request is ...
Web-Based Integrated Development Environment, 2016 San Jose State University
Web-Based Integrated Development Environment, Hien T. Vu
As tablets become more powerful and more economical, students are attracted to them and are moving away from desktops and laptops. Their compact size and easy to use Graphical User Interface (GUI) reduce the learning and adoption barriers for new users. This also changes the environment in which undergraduate Computer Science students learn how to program. Popular Integrated Development Environments (IDE) such as Eclipse and NetBeans require disk space for local installations as well as an external compiler. These requirements cannot be met by current tablets and thus drive the need for a web-based IDE. There are also many other ...
Faculty Speakers: Strategic Search….To Google And Beyond!, 2016 San Jose State University
Faculty Speakers: Strategic Search….To Google And Beyond!, Virginia Tucker
On March 2nd, 2016, SJSU ASIS&T Student Chapter welcomed Dr. Virginia Tucker. Dr. Tucker discussed advanced search strategies, and how even highly accomplished students who are proficient searchers can find themselves frustrated or disappointed when needing to locate relevant scholarly articles for a research paper. Dr. Tucker addressed field restrictions, cited reference connections, and other search tips for using Google for academic research, as well as strategic methods to get the most out of resources available through most university library subscription databases.
Preliminary Investigation Of Walking Motion Using A Combination Of Image And Signal Processing, 2016 Wright State University - Main Campus
Preliminary Investigation Of Walking Motion Using A Combination Of Image And Signal Processing, Bradley Schneider, Tanvi Banerjee
We present the results of analyzing gait motion in first-person video taken from a commercially available wearable camera embedded in a pair of glasses. The video is analyzed with three different computer vision methods to extract motion vectors from different gait sequences from four individuals for comparison against a manually annotated ground truth dataset. Using a combination of signal processing and computer vision techniques, gait features are extracted to identify the walking pace of the individual wearing the camera as well as validated using the ground truth dataset. Our preliminary results indicate that the extraction of activity from the video ...
Implementation And Testing Of A Book Lookup System For The Robert E. Kennedy Library, 2016 California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
Implementation And Testing Of A Book Lookup System For The Robert E. Kennedy Library, Casey C. Sheehan
Applying Ahp And Clustering Approaches For Public Transportation Decisionmaking: A Case Study Of Isfahan City, 2016 Isfahan Dept. of Transportation and Traffic
Applying Ahp And Clustering Approaches For Public Transportation Decisionmaking: A Case Study Of Isfahan City, Alireza Salavati, Hossein Haghshenas, Bahador Ghadirifaraz, Jamshid Laghaei, Ghodrat Eftekhari
Journal of Public Transportation
The main purpose of this paper is to define appropriate criteria for the systematic approach to evaluate and prioritize multiple candidate corridors for public transport investment simultaneously to serve travel demand, regarding supply of current public transportation system and road network conditions of Isfahan, Iran. To optimize resource allocation, policymakers need to identify proper corridors to implement a public transportation system. In fact, the main question is to adopt the best public transportation system for each main corridor of Isfahan. In this regard, 137 questionnaires were completed by experts, directors, and policymakers of Isfahan to identify goals and objectives in ...
Towards Building A Review Recommendation System That Trains Novices By Leveraging The Actions Of Experts, 2016 University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Towards Building A Review Recommendation System That Trains Novices By Leveraging The Actions Of Experts, Shilpa Khanal
Computer Science and Engineering: Theses, Dissertations, and Student Research
Online reviews increase consumer visits, increase the time spent on the website, and create a sense of community among the frequent shoppers. Because of the importance of online reviews, online retailers such as Amazon.com and eOpinions provide detailed guidelines for writing reviews. However, though these guidelines provide instructions on how to write reviews, reviewers are not provided instructions for writing product-specific reviews. As a result, poorly-written reviews are abound and a customer may need to scroll through a large number of reviews, which could be up to 6000 pixels down from the top of the page, in order to ...
An Interview With The Scorpion: Walter O’Brien, 2016 Scorpion Computer Services
An Interview With The Scorpion: Walter O’Brien, Walter O'Brien
The STEAM Journal
An interview with Walter O'Brien (hacker handle: "Scorpion"), known as a businessman, information technologist, executive producer, and media personality who is the founder and CEO of Scorpion Computer Services, Inc. O'Brien is also the inspiration for and executive producer of the CBS television series, Scorpion.
Who's In And Who's Out?: What's Important In The Cyber World?, 2016 La Salle University
Who's In And Who's Out?: What's Important In The Cyber World?, Tony M. Kelly
The aim of this paper is to offer an introduction to the exploding field of cybersecurity by asking what are the most important concepts or topics that a new member of the field of cybersecurity should know. This paper explores this question from three perspectives: from the realm of business and how the cyber world is intertwined with modern commerce, including common weaknesses and recommendations, from the academic arena examining how cybersecurity is taught and how it should be taught in a classroom or laboratory environment, and lastly, from the author’s personal experience with the cyber world. Included information ...
Market Power And Efficiency In A Computational Electricity Market With Discriminatory Double-Auction Pricing, 2016 Iowa State University
Market Power And Efficiency In A Computational Electricity Market With Discriminatory Double-Auction Pricing, James Nicolaisen, Valentin Petrov, Leigh Tesfatsion
This study reports experimental market power and efficiency outcomes for a computational wholesale electricity market operating In the short run under systematically varied concentration and capacity conditions. The pricing of electricity is determined by means of a clearinghouse double auction with discriminator}- midpoint pricing. Buyers and sellers use a modified Roth-Erev individual reinforcement learning algorithm to determine their price and quantity offers in each auction round. It is shown that high market efficiency is generally attained, and that market microstructure is strongly predictive for the relative market power of buyers and sellers independently of the values set for the reinforcement ...
Gale-Shapley Matching In An Evolutionary Trade Network Game, 2016 Iowa State University
Gale-Shapley Matching In An Evolutionary Trade Network Game, Leigh Tesfatsion
This study investigates the performance of Gale-Shapley matching in an evolutionary market context. Computational experimental findings are reported for an evolutionary match-and-play trade network game in which resource-constrained traders repeatedly choose and refuse trade partners in accordance with GaleShapley matching, participate in risky trades modeled two-person prisoner's dilemma games, and evolve their trade behavior over time. Particular attention is focused on correlations between ex ante market structure and the formation of trade networks, and between trade network formation and the types of trade behavior and social welfare outcomes that these trade networks support.
A Computational Laboratory For Evolutionary Trade Network, 2016 Iowa State University
A Computational Laboratory For Evolutionary Trade Network, David Mcfadzean, Deron Stewart, Leigh Tesfatsion
This study presents, motivates, and Illustrates the use of a computational laboratory for the Investigation of evolutionary trade network formation among strategically Interacting buyers, sellers, and dealers. The computational laboratory, referred to as the Trade Network Game Laboratory (TNG Lab), Is targeted for the Microsoft Windows desktop. The TNG Lab is both modular and extensible, and has a clear, easily operated graphical user interface. It permits visualization of the formation and evolution of trade networks by means of real-time animations. Data tables and charts reporting descriptive performance statistics are also provided In real time. The capabilities of the TNG Lab ...
On-Line Banking Systems: Are They Sustainable?, 2016 University of Nebraska at Omaha
On-Line Banking Systems: Are They Sustainable?, Sachin Pawaskar, Abhishek Tripathi, Lotfollah Najjar
Although the trend for on-line banking has increased in recent years, the customers have not shown enthusiastic participation in the past and in present. Since the sustainability of a bank supporting on-line-banking service depends on what capacity it can attract new customers, retain already existing customers and how well can it extend its services to the current and future customer base. This investigation is focused on examining if there is any significant difference among the factors namely the transactional security, information design, navigational design, visual design, web site trust, web site satisfaction and e-loyalty over sustainability of on-line banking for ...
Why Consumers Disclose Their Tourism Experiences On Tourism Social Networking Sites: Multiple Theoretical Perspectives, 2016 University of South Florida
Why Consumers Disclose Their Tourism Experiences On Tourism Social Networking Sites: Multiple Theoretical Perspectives, Junshu Zhang
Graduate Theses and Dissertations
Tourism social networking sites (SNSs) are websites that provide users with templates for describing their travel experiences and an infrastructure to share such travel posts with a network of like-minded individuals. Tourism SNSs represent an important advertising channel for the tourism industry, as they may assist travelers in selecting destinations and planning vacations on the basis of other travelers’ experiences, which may further stimulate travel and generate income for the tourism industry (Yazdanifard & Yee, 2014). User-generated content (UGC) in the form of travel posts is the core offering and key success factor of tourism SNSs. Travel posts constitute a valuable ...
Re-Envisioning With The Aspen Institute: Oregon Libraries Answer The Challenge (Full Issue), 2016 Pacific University
Re-Envisioning With The Aspen Institute: Oregon Libraries Answer The Challenge (Full Issue)
Challenge. We, in public libraries, are familiar with that word. Books and policies are frequently “challenged”, and we continue to face the challenge of offering more with less. The Aspen Institute’s “Dialogue on Public Libraries” was created to help advance the work that public libraries are doing to address community challenges and to support the transformation of public libraries in the digital age. This groundbreaking initiative seeks to change the public’s perception of libraries and concludes that the longterm health of libraries is essential to the long-term health of the communities they serve. Four strategic opportunities for action ...
Github: An Introduction, 2016 University of Dayton
Github: An Introduction, Craig A. Boman
Roesch Library Staff Presentations
Tech startups have been using version control software to maximize their collaborative technology projects since their inception, but what more can librarians do to leverage this suite of tools? In this presentation, we will briefly describe how version control apps like Github may drastically improve technology collaborations in your library, specifically ILS web refreshes. After the Github introduction, those who participated in the pre-conference "hackathon" session will discuss their projects and talk about the successes and challenges they encountered.