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Dependencyvis: Helping Developers Visualize Software Dependency Information, Nathan Lui 2021 California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo

Dependencyvis: Helping Developers Visualize Software Dependency Information, Nathan Lui

Master's Theses

The use of dependencies have been increasing in popularity over the past decade, especially as package managers such as JavaScript's npm has made getting these packages a simple command to run. However, while incidents such as the left-pad incident has increased awareness of how vulnerable relying on these packages are, there is still some work to be done when it comes to getting developers to take the extra research step to determine if a package is up to standards. Finding metrics of different packages and comparing them is always a difficult and time consuming task, especially since potential vulnerabilities ...


Artificial Intelligence And The Ethics Behind It, Isaac Johnston 2021 Liberty University

Artificial Intelligence And The Ethics Behind It, Isaac Johnston

Senior Honors Theses

Artificial intelligence (AI) has been a widely used buzzword for the past couple of years. If there is a technology that works without human interaction, it is labeled as AI. But what is AI, and should individuals be concerned? The following research aims to define what artificial intelligence is, specifically machine learning (ML) and neural networks. It is important to understand how AI is used today in cars, image recognition, ad marketing, and other areas. Although AI has many benefits, there are areas of ethical concerns such as autonomous cars, military applications, social media marketing, and others. This paper helps ...


Wearables And Wearable Data In Tele-Health Applications, Jack Mazza 2021 University of Mississippi

Wearables And Wearable Data In Tele-Health Applications, Jack Mazza

Honors Theses

With the sudden emergence of Covid-19, Tele-Health has been forced into the forefront of healthcare. With no human contact, regular in-person doctor or clinic visits could not be made. Unfortunately, there is a gap in patient data for healthcare professionals when making diagnoses remotely. Fortunately, many users are constantly collecting some primary health data through wearables that have become commonplace in users' homes. Tapping into this unused data could provide healthcare professionals with a better picture of patients' health remotely. In this thesis, I will determine whether this wearable data can be a viable addition to Tele-Health applications, providing additional ...


Synthesizer Parameter Approximation By Deep Learning, Daniel Faronbi, Alisa Gilmore 2021 University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Synthesizer Parameter Approximation By Deep Learning, Daniel Faronbi, Alisa Gilmore

Theses/Capstones/Creative Projects

Synthesizers have been an essential tool for composers of any style of music including computer generated sound. They allow for an expansion in timbral variety to the orchestration of a piece of music or sound scape. Sound designers are trained to be able to recreate a timbre in their head using a synthesizer. This works well for simple sounds but becomes more difficult as the number of parameters required to produce a specific timbre increase. The goal of this research project is to formulate a method for synthesizers to approximate a timbre given an input audio sample using deep learning ...


Mapping Renewal: How An Unexpected Interdisciplinary Collaboration Transformed A Digital Humanities Project, Elise Tanner, Geoffrey Joseph 2021 UA Little Rock Center for Arkansas History and Culture

Mapping Renewal: How An Unexpected Interdisciplinary Collaboration Transformed A Digital Humanities Project, Elise Tanner, Geoffrey Joseph

Digital Initiatives Symposium

Funded by a National Endowment for Humanities (NEH) Humanities Collections and Reference Resources Foundations Grant, the UA Little Rock Center for Arkansas History and Culture’s “Mapping Renewal” pilot project focused on creating access to and providing spatial context to archival materials related to racial segregation and urban renewal in the city of Little Rock, Arkansas, from 1954-1989. An unplanned interdisciplinary collaboration with the UA Little Rock Arkansas Economic Development Institute (AEDI) has proven to be an invaluable partnership. One team member from each department will demonstrate the Mapping Renewal website and discuss how the collaborative process has changed and ...


A Brief Bibliometric Survey Of Explainable Ai In Medical Field, Nilkanth Mukund Deshpande, Shilpa Shailesh Gite 2021 Department of Electronics and Telecommunication, Symbiosis Institute of Technology, Symbiosis International( Deemed University), Lavale, Pune-412115 and Dr. Vithalrao Vikhe Patil College of Engingeering, Ahmednagar

A Brief Bibliometric Survey Of Explainable Ai In Medical Field, Nilkanth Mukund Deshpande, Shilpa Shailesh Gite

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

Background: This study aims to analyze the work done in the field of explainability related to artificial intelligence, especially in the medical field from 2004 onwards using the bibliometric methods.

Methods: different articles based on the topic leukemia detection were retrieved using one of the most popular database- Scopus. The articles are considered from 2004 onwards. Scopus analyzer is used for different types of analysis including documents by year, source, county and so on. There are other different analysis tools such as VOSviewer Version 1.6.15. This is used for the analysis of different units such as co-authorship, co-occurrences ...


Owsnet: Towards Real-Time Offensive Words Spotting Network For Consumer Iot Devices, Bharath Sudharsan, Sweta Malik, Peter Corcoran, Pankesh Patel, John G. Breslin, Muhammad Intizar Ali 2021 Confirm SFI Centre for Smart Manufacturing, Data Science Institute, NUI Galway, Ireland

Owsnet: Towards Real-Time Offensive Words Spotting Network For Consumer Iot Devices, Bharath Sudharsan, Sweta Malik, Peter Corcoran, Pankesh Patel, John G. Breslin, Muhammad Intizar Ali

Publications

Every modern household owns at least a dozen of IoT devices like smart speakers, video doorbells, smartwatches, where most of them are equipped with a Keyword spotting(KWS) system-based digital voice assistant like Alexa. The state-of-the-art KWS systems require a large number of operations, higher computation, memory resources to show top performance. In this paper, in contrast to existing resource-demanding KWS systems, we propose a light-weight temporal convolution based KWS system named OWSNet, that can comfortably execute on a variety of IoT devices around us and can accurately spot multiple keywords in real-time without disturbing the device's routine functionalities ...


Cognitive Digital Twins For Smart Manufacturing, Muhammad Intizar Ali, Pankesh Patel, John G. Breslin, Ramy Harik, Amit Sheth 2021 Dublin City University

Cognitive Digital Twins For Smart Manufacturing, Muhammad Intizar Ali, Pankesh Patel, John G. Breslin, Ramy Harik, Amit Sheth

Publications

Smart manufacturing or Industry 4.0, a trend initiated a decade ago, aims to revolutionize traditional manufacturing using technology-driven approaches. Modern digital technologies such as the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), Big Data Analytics, Augmented/Virtual Reality, and Artificial Intelligence (AI) are the key enablers of new smart manufacturing approaches. The digital twin is an emerging concept whereby a digital replica can be built of any physical object. Digital twins are becoming mainstream; many organizations have started to rely on digital twins to monitor, analyze, and simulate physical assets and processes. The current use of digital twins for smart manufacturing ...


Human-Machine Communication: Complete Volume. Volume 2, 2021 University of Central Florida

Human-Machine Communication: Complete Volume. Volume 2

Human-Machine Communication

This is the complete volume of HMC Volume 2.


Non-Linear Dimensionality Reduction Using Auto-Encoder For Optimized Malaria Infected Blood Cell Classifier, Aayush Dhakal 2021 University of Mississippi

Non-Linear Dimensionality Reduction Using Auto-Encoder For Optimized Malaria Infected Blood Cell Classifier, Aayush Dhakal

Honors Theses

Neural Networks have been widely used in the problem of Medical Image Analysis. However, when dealing with large images, deep networks easily exhaust computer resources, which in turn hinders training. This paper shows the efficacy of using Auto-Encoders as a dimensionality reduction tool to increase the efficiency of a Malaria Infected Blood Cell Image classifier. We show that using an autoencoder, we can reduce the dimensionality of large blood cell images effectively such that the features in the new space retain all the essential information from the original input. Then we show that the new features obtained from the autoencoder ...


Machine Learning Meets Internet Of Things: From Theory To Practice, Bharath Sudharsan, Pankesh Patel 2021 Confirm SFI Research Centre for Smart Manufacturing, Data Science Institute, NUI Galway, Ireland

Machine Learning Meets Internet Of Things: From Theory To Practice, Bharath Sudharsan, Pankesh Patel

Publications

Standalone execution of problem-solving Artificial Intelligence (AI) on IoT devices produces a higher level of autonomy and privacy. This is because the sensitive user data collected by the devices need not be transmitted to the cloud for inference. The chipsets used to design IoT devices are resource-constrained due to their limited memory footprint, fewer computation cores, and low clock speeds. These limitations constrain one from deploying and executing complex problem-solving AI (usually an ML model) on IoT devices. Since there is a high potential for building intelligent IoT devices, in this tutorial, we teach researchers and developers; (i) How to ...


Coding Club, Nicole Livingston, Madalyn Meyer 2021 University of Nebraska - Lincoln

Coding Club, Nicole Livingston, Madalyn Meyer

Honors Expanded Learning Clubs

Lesson plans for an about 12-week club designed to introduce middle schoolers to coding using Scratch. By the end of the club, every student will have made a game they can share with the class and have learned basic coding and game creation tools. Students can also miss classes or join late and still be able to join and enjoy the club with a different focus lesson every week.


On-Device Deep Learning Inference For System-On-Chip (Soc) Architectures, Tom Springer, Elia Eiroa-Lledo, Elizabeth Stevens, Erik Linstead 2021 Chapman University

On-Device Deep Learning Inference For System-On-Chip (Soc) Architectures, Tom Springer, Elia Eiroa-Lledo, Elizabeth Stevens, Erik Linstead

Engineering Faculty Articles and Research

As machine learning becomes ubiquitous, the need to deploy models on real-time, embedded systems will become increasingly critical. This is especially true for deep learning solutions, whose large models pose interesting challenges for target architectures at the “edge” that are resource-constrained. The realization of machine learning, and deep learning, is being driven by the availability of specialized hardware, such as system-on-chip solutions, which provide some alleviation of constraints. Equally important, however, are the operating systems that run on this hardware, and specifically the ability to leverage commercial real-time operating systems which, unlike general purpose operating systems such as Linux, can ...


Analysis Of Recent Trends In Malware Attacks On Android Phone: A Survey Using Scopus Database, Sonali Kothari Tidke, Vijayshri Khedkar 2021 Symbiosis Institute of Technology

Analysis Of Recent Trends In Malware Attacks On Android Phone: A Survey Using Scopus Database, Sonali Kothari Tidke, Vijayshri Khedkar

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

In past few years, smartphone use has shifted from professional access to personal need. Smartphone has now become an essential requirement to perform day to day activities. This has made smartphones unsecured and vulnerable to cyber threats and malware attacks. This study is also focused on finding intersection between malware attacks and Android OS considering Android as the most widely used mobile OS. A comprehensive search is conducted on Scopus Database for peer-reviewed articles. The study is carried out on bibliometric data of the considered articles to generate a highly useful concept map.


Review And Analysis Of Failure Detection And Prevention Techniques In It Infrastructure Monitoring, Deepali Arun Bhanage, Ambika Vishal Pawar, K Kotecha 2021 Symbiosis Institute of Technology, Symbiosis International University, Pune, Maharashtra, India

Review And Analysis Of Failure Detection And Prevention Techniques In It Infrastructure Monitoring, Deepali Arun Bhanage, Ambika Vishal Pawar, K Kotecha

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

Maintaining the health of IT infrastructure components for improved reliability and availability is a research and innovation topic for many years. Identification and handling of failures are crucial and challenging due to the complexity of IT infrastructure. System logs are the primary source of information to diagnose and fix failures.

In this work, we address three essential research dimensions about failures, such as the need for failure handling in IT infrastructure, understanding the contribution of system-generated log in failure detection and reactive & proactive approaches used to deal with failure situations.

This study performs a comprehensive analysis of existing literature by ...


Towards A Blockchain Assisted Patient Owned System For Electronic Health Records, Tomilayo Fatokun, Avishek Nag, Sachin Sharma 2021 National College of Ireland

Towards A Blockchain Assisted Patient Owned System For Electronic Health Records, Tomilayo Fatokun, Avishek Nag, Sachin Sharma

Articles

Security and privacy of patients’ data is a major concern in the healthcare industry. In this paper, we propose a system that activates robust security and privacy of patients’ medical records as well as enables interoperability and data exchange between the different healthcare providers. The work proposes the shift from patient’s electronic health records being managed and controlled by the healthcare industry to a patient-centric application where patients are in control of their data. The aim of this research is to build an Electronic Healthcare Record (EHR) system that is layered on the Ethereum blockchain platform and smart contract ...


Pomegranate: Procedural 3d Tree Creation Via User-Defined L-Systems, Jeremy Berchtold 2021 California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo

Pomegranate: Procedural 3d Tree Creation Via User-Defined L-Systems, Jeremy Berchtold

Computer Science and Software Engineering

Pomegranate creates procedural 3D trees based on a user-specified template. The template supports randomness and allows users to generate an entire forest of unique trees from a single template. The output trees are a single closed mesh without intersecting geometry (with the exception of leaves). Additionally, the output contains a skeletal rig used for animating the trees. Pomegranate produces textured trees that can use either a realistic or stylized look, as well as supporting different mesh densities for games or film. Since this project uses a procedural workflow, artists can quickly create and make edits to their trees. This increase ...


Analysis Of Recent Trends In Continuous Sign Language Recognition Using Nlp, Vijayshri Nitin Khedkar, Sonali Kothari Dr, Aarohi Prasad, Arunima Mishra, Varun Saha, Vinay Kumar 2021 Symbiosis institute of Technology, Pune

Analysis Of Recent Trends In Continuous Sign Language Recognition Using Nlp, Vijayshri Nitin Khedkar, Sonali Kothari Dr, Aarohi Prasad, Arunima Mishra, Varun Saha, Vinay Kumar

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

Oralism is an ideology and practice that advocates communication that is based solely on speech. This practice is encouraged from a pretty early age in our country. As a consequence, the hard of hearing are constantly forced to negotiate with schools, colleges, organisations, workspaces, and families that don’t acknowledge the need and preference for sign language over oral languages. This results in inconsideration of an entire community for admissions, jobs and general social position. We aim to close that communication gap a little and take a step towards fighting the stigma associated with Sign Language. The aim is to ...


A Bibliometric Analysis Of Plant Disease Classification With Artificial Intelligence Based On Scopus And Wos, Shivali Amit Wagle, Harikrishnan R 2021 Symbiosis Institute of Technology (SIT), Symbiosis International (Deemed University) (SIU), Pune, India

A Bibliometric Analysis Of Plant Disease Classification With Artificial Intelligence Based On Scopus And Wos, Shivali Amit Wagle, Harikrishnan R

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

The maneuver of Artificial Intelligence (AI) techniques in the field of agriculture help in the classification of diseases. Early prediction of the disease benefits in taking relevant management steps. This is an important step towards controlling the disease growth that will yield good quality products to fulfill the global food demand. The main objective of this paper is to study the extent of research work done in this area of plant disease classification. The paper discusses the bibliometric analysis of plant disease classification with AI in Scopus and Web of Science core collection (WOS) database in analyzing the research by ...


Performance Of Single Board Computers For Vision Processing, Curtis Manore CDT'21, Pratheek Manjunath, Dominic Larkin 2021 United States Military Academy

Performance Of Single Board Computers For Vision Processing, Curtis Manore Cdt'21, Pratheek Manjunath, Dominic Larkin

West Point Research Papers

With the increasing complexity of machine vision algorithms and growing applications of image processing, how do computers without a dedicated graphics processor perform? This research discusses the computational abilities of two lowcost single board computers (SBCs) by subjecting them to various Visual Inertial Odometry (VIO) algorithms. The end goal of this research is to identify a SBC which meets the requirements of being employed on an Unmanned Aerial System for autonomous navigation.


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