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Collections In Scala, Raffi T. Khatchadourian 2020 CUNY Hunter College

Collections In Scala, Raffi T. Khatchadourian

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Espade: An Efficient And Semantically Secure Shortest Path Discovery For Outsourced Location-Based Services, Bharath K. Samanthula, Divyadharshini Karthikeyan, Boxiang Dong, K. Anitha Kumari 2020 Montclair State University

Espade: An Efficient And Semantically Secure Shortest Path Discovery For Outsourced Location-Based Services, Bharath K. Samanthula, Divyadharshini Karthikeyan, Boxiang Dong, K. Anitha Kumari

Department of Computer Science Faculty Scholarship and Creative Works

With the rapid growth of smart devices and technological advancements in tracking geospatial data, the demand for Location-Based Services (LBS) is facing a constant rise in several domains, including military, healthcare and transportation. It is a natural step to migrate LBS to a cloud environment to achieve on-demand scalability and increased resiliency. Nonetheless, outsourcing sensitive location data to a third-party cloud provider raises a host of privacy concerns as the data owners have reduced visibility and control over the outsourced data. In this paper, we consider outsourced LBS where users want to retrieve map directions without disclosing their location information. …


Csci 49380/79526: Fundamentals Of Reactive Programming - Assignment 4, Raffi T. Khatchadourian 2020 CUNY Hunter College

Csci 49380/79526: Fundamentals Of Reactive Programming - Assignment 4, Raffi T. Khatchadourian

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Csci 49380/79526: Fundamentals Of Reactive Programming - Assignment 3, Raffi T. Khatchadourian 2020 CUNY Hunter College

Csci 49380/79526: Fundamentals Of Reactive Programming - Assignment 3, Raffi T. Khatchadourian

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Csci 49380/79526: Fundamentals Of Reactive Programming- Syllabus, Raffi T. Khatchadourian 2020 CUNY Hunter College

Csci 49380/79526: Fundamentals Of Reactive Programming- Syllabus, Raffi T. Khatchadourian

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Csci 49380/79526: Fundamentals Of Reactive Programming- Assignment 1, Raffi T. Khatchadourian 2020 CUNY Hunter College

Csci 49380/79526: Fundamentals Of Reactive Programming- Assignment 1, Raffi T. Khatchadourian

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Csci 49380/79526: Fundamentals Of Reactive Programming - Assignment 2, Raffi T. Khatchadourian 2020 CUNY Hunter College

Csci 49380/79526: Fundamentals Of Reactive Programming - Assignment 2, Raffi T. Khatchadourian

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Inheritance Details In Scala, Raffi T. Khatchadourian 2020 CUNY Hunter College

Inheritance Details In Scala, Raffi T. Khatchadourian

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Evaluating Performance Of Openmp Tasks In A Seismic Stencil Application, Eric Raut, Jie Meng, Mauricio Araya-Polo, Barbara Chapman 2020 Stony Brook University

Evaluating Performance Of Openmp Tasks In A Seismic Stencil Application, Eric Raut, Jie Meng, Mauricio Araya-Polo, Barbara Chapman

Department of Applied Mathematics & Statistics Faculty Publications

Simulations based on stencil computations (widely used in geosciences) have been dominated by the MPI+OpenMP programming model paradigm. Little effort has been devoted to experimenting with task-based parallelism in this context. We address this by introducing OpenMP task parallelism into the kernel of an industrial seismic modeling code, Minimod. We observe that even for these highly regular stencil computations, taskified kernels are competitive with traditional OpenMP-augmented loops, and in some experiments tasks even outperform loop parallelism.

This promising result sets the stage for more complex computational patterns. Simulations involve more than just the stencil calculation: a collection of kernels is …


A Fortran-Keras Deep Learning Bridge For Scientific Computing, Jordan Ott, Mike Pritchard, Natalie Best, Erik Linstead, Milan Curcic, Pierre Baldi 2020 University of California, Irvine

A Fortran-Keras Deep Learning Bridge For Scientific Computing, Jordan Ott, Mike Pritchard, Natalie Best, Erik Linstead, Milan Curcic, Pierre Baldi

Engineering Faculty Articles and Research

Implementing artificial neural networks is commonly achieved via high-level programming languages such as Python and easy-to-use deep learning libraries such as Keras. These software libraries come preloaded with a variety of network architectures, provide autodifferentiation, and support GPUs for fast and efficient computation. As a result, a deep learning practitioner will favor training a neural network model in Python, where these tools are readily available. However, many large-scale scientific computation projects are written in Fortran, making it difficult to integrate with modern deep learning methods. To alleviate this problem, we introduce a software library, the Fortran-Keras Bridge (FKB). This two-way …


Visualocv: Refined Dataflow Programming Interface For Opencv, John Boggess 2020 Southern Adventist University

Visualocv: Refined Dataflow Programming Interface For Opencv, John Boggess

MS in Computer Science Project Reports

OpenCV is a popular tool for developing computer vision algorithms; however, prototyping OpenCV-based algorithms is a time consuming and iterative process. VisualOCV is an open source tool to help users better understand and create computer vision algorithms. A user can see how data is processed at each step in their algorithm, and the results of any changes to the algorithm will be displayed to the user immediately. This can allow the user to easily experiment with various computer vision methods and their parameters. EyeCalc 1.0 uses the Microsoft Foundation Class Library, an old GUI framework by Microsoft, and contains various …


Modified Surrogate Cutting Plane Algorithm (Mscpa) For Integer Linear Programming Problems, Israa Hasan 2020 University of Technology, Iraq

Modified Surrogate Cutting Plane Algorithm (Mscpa) For Integer Linear Programming Problems, Israa Hasan

Emirates Journal for Engineering Research

This work concerned with introducing a new algorithm for solving integer linear programming problems. The improved algorithm can help by decreasing a calculation the complexity of these problems, an advantages of the proposed method are to reduce the solution time and to decrease algorithmic complexity. Some specific numerical examples are discussed to demonstrate the validity and applicability of the proposed method. The numerical results are compared with the solution of integer linear programming problems by using cutting plane method (Gomory method).


Snow-Albedo Feedback In Northern Alaska: How Vegetation Influences Snowmelt, Lucas C. Reckhaus 2020 CUNY Hunter College

Snow-Albedo Feedback In Northern Alaska: How Vegetation Influences Snowmelt, Lucas C. Reckhaus

Theses and Dissertations

This paper investigates how the snow-albedo feedback mechanism of the arctic is changing in response to rising climate temperatures. Specifically, the interplay of vegetation and snowmelt, and how these two variables can be correlated. This has the potential to refine climate modelling of the spring transition season. Research was conducted at the ecoregion scale in northern Alaska from 2000 to 2020. Each ecoregion is defined by distinct topographic and ecological conditions, allowing for meaningful contrast between the patterns of spring albedo transition across surface conditions and vegetation types. The five most northerly ecoregions of Alaska are chosen as they encompass …


Using Applications To Guide Data Management For Emerging Memory Technologies, Timothy C. Effler 2020 University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Using Applications To Guide Data Management For Emerging Memory Technologies, Timothy C. Effler

Doctoral Dissertations

A number of promising new memory technologies, such as non-volatile, storage-class memories and high-bandwidth, on-chip RAMs, are emerging. Since each of these new technologies present tradeoffs distinct from conventional DRAMs, many high performance and scientific computing systems have begun to include multiple tiers of memory storage, each with their own type of devices. To efficiently utilize the available hardware, such systems will need to alter their data management strategies to consider the performance and capabilities provided by each tier. This work aims to understand and increase the effectiveness of application data management for emerging complex memory systems. A key realization …


Novel Deep Learning Methods Combined With Static Analysis For Source Code Processing, Duy Quoc Nghi BUI 2020 Singapore Management University

Novel Deep Learning Methods Combined With Static Analysis For Source Code Processing, Duy Quoc Nghi Bui

Dissertations and Theses Collection (Open Access)

It is desirable to combine machine learning and program analysis so that one can leverage the best of both to increase the performance of software analytics. On one side, machine learning can analyze the source code of thousands of well-written software projects that can uncover patterns that partially characterize software that is reliable, easy to read, and easy to maintain. On the other side, the program analysis can be used to define rigorous and unique rules that are only available in programming languages, which enrich the representation of source code and help the machine learning to capture the patterns better. …


Specialization: Do Your Job Well Helping Students Who Are Considering A Career In Programming Know How To Invest Their Time., Scott Pulley 2020 Brigham Young University, Provo

Specialization: Do Your Job Well Helping Students Who Are Considering A Career In Programming Know How To Invest Their Time., Scott Pulley

Marriott Student Review

The article examines the effects of specialization on the hiring process for undergraduates studying programming whether in information systems or computer science.


Law, Technology, And Pedagogy: Teaching Coding To Build A “Future-Proof” Lawyer, Alfredo Contreras, Joe McGrath 2020 University of Minnesota Law School

Law, Technology, And Pedagogy: Teaching Coding To Build A “Future-Proof” Lawyer, Alfredo Contreras, Joe Mcgrath

Minnesota Journal of Law, Science & Technology

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Functional Programming For Systems Software: Implementing Baremetal Programs In Habit, Donovan Ellison 2020 Portland State University

Functional Programming For Systems Software: Implementing Baremetal Programs In Habit, Donovan Ellison

University Honors Theses

Programming in a baremetal environment, directly on top of hardware with very little to help manage memory or ensure safety, can be dangerous even for experienced programmers. Programming languages can ease the burden on developers and sometimes take care of entire sets of errors. This is not the case for a language like C that will do almost anything you want, for better or worse. To operate in a baremetal environment often requires direct control over memory, but it would be nice to have that capability without sacrificing safety guarantees. Rust is a new language that aims to fit this …


Automated Synthesis Of Local Time Requirement For Service Composition, Étienne ANDRÉ, Tian Huat TAN, Manman CHEN, Shuang LIU, Jun SUN, Yang LIU, Jin Song DONG 2020 Singapore Management University

Automated Synthesis Of Local Time Requirement For Service Composition, Étienne André, Tian Huat Tan, Manman Chen, Shuang Liu, Jun Sun, Yang Liu, Jin Song Dong

Research Collection School Of Computing and Information Systems

Service composition aims at achieving a business goal by composing existing service-based applications or components. The response time of a service is crucial, especially in time-critical business environments, which is often stated as a clause in service-level agreements between service providers and service users. To meet the guaranteed response time requirement of a composite service, it is important to select a feasible set of component services such that their response time will collectively satisfy the response time requirement of the composite service. In this work, we use the BPEL modeling language that aims at specifying Web services. We extend it …


What Was Written Vs. Who Read It: News Media Profiling Using Text Analysis And Social Media Context, Ramy BALY, Georgi KARADZHOV, Jisun AN, Haewoon KWAK, Yoan DINKOV, Ahmed ALI, James GLASS, Preslav. NAKOV 2020 Singapore Management University

What Was Written Vs. Who Read It: News Media Profiling Using Text Analysis And Social Media Context, Ramy Baly, Georgi Karadzhov, Jisun An, Haewoon Kwak, Yoan Dinkov, Ahmed Ali, James Glass, Preslav. Nakov

Research Collection School Of Computing and Information Systems

Predicting the political bias and the factuality of reporting of entire news outlets are critical elements of media profiling, which is an understudied but an increasingly important research direction. The present level of proliferation of fake, biased, and propagandistic content online has made it impossible to fact-check every single suspicious claim, either manually or automatically. Thus, it has been proposed to profile entire news outlets and to look for those that are likely to publish fake or biased content. This makes it possible to detect likely “fake news” the moment they are published, by simply checking the reliability of their …


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