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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 ...


Efficient Protocols For Multi-Party Computation, Tahereh Jafarikhah 2021 The Graduate Center, City University of New York

Efficient Protocols For Multi-Party Computation, Tahereh Jafarikhah

Dissertations, Theses, and Capstone Projects

Secure Multi-Party Computation (MPC) allows a group of parties to compute a join function on their inputs without revealing any information beyond the result of the computation. We demonstrate secure function evaluation protocols for branching programs, where the communication complexity is linear in the size of the inputs, and polynomial in the security parameter. Our result is based on the circular security of the Paillier's encryption scheme. Our work followed the breakthrough results by Boyle et al. [9; 11]. They presented a Homomorphic Secret Sharing scheme which allows the non-interactive computation of Branching Programs over shares of the secret ...


Pier Ocean Pier, Brandon J. Nowak 2021 California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo

Pier Ocean Pier, Brandon J. Nowak

Computer Engineering

Pier Ocean Peer is a weatherproof box containing a Jetson Nano, connected to a cell modem and camera, and powered by a Lithium Iron Phosphate battery charged by a 50W solar panel. This system can currently provide photos to monitor the harbor seal population that likes to haul out at the base of the Cal Poly Pier, but more importantly it provides a platform for future expansion by other students either though adding new sensors directly to the Jetson Nano or by connecting to the jetson nano remotely through a wireless protocol of their choice.


Observation Of The Evolution Of Hide And Seek Ai, Anthony J. Catelani 2021 California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo

Observation Of The Evolution Of Hide And Seek Ai, Anthony J. Catelani

Computer Science and Software Engineering

The purpose of this project is to observe the evolution of two artificial agents, a ‘Seeker’ and a ‘Hider’, as they play a simplified version of the game Hide and Seek. These agents will improve through machine learning, and will only be given an understanding of the rules of the game and the ability to navigate through the grid-like space where the game shall be played; they will not be taught or given any strategies, and will be made to learn from a clean slate. Of particular interest is observing the particular playstyle of hider and seeker intelligences as new ...


Design And Implementation Of A Microservices Web-Based Architecture For Code Deployment And Testing, soin Abdoul Kassif Traore 2021 Kennesaw State University

Design And Implementation Of A Microservices Web-Based Architecture For Code Deployment And Testing, Soin Abdoul Kassif Traore

Symposium of Student Scholars

Design and Implementation of a Microservices Web-based Architecture for CodeDeployment and Testing

Many tech stars like Netflix, Amazon, PayPal, eBay, and Twitter are evolving from monolithic to a microservice architecture due to the benefits for Agile and DevOps teams. Microservices architecture can be applied to multiple industries, like IoT, using containerization. Virtual containers give an ideal environment for developing and testing of IoT technologies. Since the IoT industry has an exponential growth, it is the responsibility of universities to teach IoT with hands-on labs to minimize the gap between what the students learn and what is on-demand in the job ...


An Investigation On Non-Invasive Brain-Computer Interfaces: Emotiv Epoc+ Neuroheadset And Its Effectiveness, Md Jobair Hossain Faruk 2021 Kennesaw State University

An Investigation On Non-Invasive Brain-Computer Interfaces: Emotiv Epoc+ Neuroheadset And Its Effectiveness, Md Jobair Hossain Faruk

Symposium of Student Scholars

Neurotechnology describes as one of the focal points of today’s research around the domain of Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCI). The primary attempts of BCI research are to decoding human speech from brain signals and controlling neuro-psychological patterns that would benefit people suffering from neurological disorders. In this study, we illustrate the progress of BCI research and present scores of unveiled contemporary approaches. First, we explore a decoding natural speech approach that is designed to decode human speech directly from the human brain onto a digital screen introduced by Facebook Reality Laband University of California San Francisco. Then, we study a ...


Framework For Collecting Data From Iot Device, Md Saiful Islam 2021 Kennesaw State University

Framework For Collecting Data From Iot Device, Md Saiful Islam

Symposium of Student Scholars

The Internet of Things (IoT) is the most significant and blooming technology in the 21st century. IoT has rapidly developed by covering hundreds of applications in the civil, health, military, and agriculture areas. IoT is based on the collection of sensor data through an embedded system, and this embedded system uploads the data on the internet. Devices and sensor technologies connected over a network can monitor and measure data in real-time. The main challenge is to collect data from IoT devices, transmit them to store in the Cloud, and later retrieve them at any time for visualization and data analysis ...


Data Analysis Methods For Health Monitoring Sensors, Shahriar Sobhan 2021 Kennesaw State University

Data Analysis Methods For Health Monitoring Sensors, Shahriar Sobhan

Symposium of Student Scholars

Innovations in health monitoring systems are fundamental for the continuous improvement of remote healthcare. With the current presence of SARS-CoV-2, better known as COVID-19, in people’s daily lives, solutions for monitoring heart and especially respiration and pulmonary functions are more needed than ever. Besides, health monitoring systems are widely used for patients who need isolated care, unconscious patients who cannot get medical attention for themselves. As it is well-known, monitoring systems rely on sensor technologies. Currently, there are multiple research studies for remote monitoring using different types of sensors. In this effort, we survey the current approaches that utilize ...


Performance Analysis Of Whale Optimization Based Data Clustering, ahamed shafeeq B M, Zahid Ahmed Ansari, Shyam Karanth 2021 MANIPAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

Performance Analysis Of Whale Optimization Based Data Clustering, Ahamed Shafeeq B M, Zahid Ahmed Ansari, Shyam Karanth

Future Computing and Informatics Journal

Data clustering is the method of gathering of data points so that the more similar points will be in the same group. It is a key role in exploratory data mining and a popular technique used in many fields to analyze statistical data. Quality clusters are the key requirement of the cluster analysis result. There will be tradeoffs between the speed of the clustering algorithm and the quality of clusters it produces. Both the quality and speed criteria must be considered for the state-of-the-art clustering algorithm for applications. The Bio-inspired technique has ensured that the process is not trapped in ...


Multilayer Perceptron With Auto Encoder Enabled Deep Learning Model For Recommender Systems, subhashini narayan 2021 VIT University

Multilayer Perceptron With Auto Encoder Enabled Deep Learning Model For Recommender Systems, Subhashini Narayan

Future Computing and Informatics Journal

In this modern world of ever-increasing one-click purchases, movie bookings, music, health- care, fashion, the need for recommendations have increased the more. Google, Netflix, Spotify, Amazon and other tech giants use recommendations to customize and tailor their search engines to suit the user’s interests. Many of the existing systems are based on older algorithms which although have decent accuracies, require large training and testing datasets and with the emergence of deep learning, the accuracy of algorithms has further improved, and error rates have reduced due to the use of multiple layers. The need for large datasets has declined as ...


Deep Feature Learning For Fog Episodes Prediction In Patients With Pd, Hadeer Elziaat, Nashwa El-Bendary, ramdan mowad 2021 Future university in Egypt

Deep Feature Learning For Fog Episodes Prediction In Patients With Pd, Hadeer Elziaat, Nashwa El-Bendary, Ramdan Mowad

Future Computing and Informatics Journal

A common symptom of Parkinson's Disease is Freezing of Gait (FoG) that causes an interrupt of the forward progression of the patient’s feet while walking. Therefore, Freezing of Gait episodes is always engaged to the patient's falls. This paper proposes a model for Freezing of Gait episodes detection and prediction in patients with Parkinson's Disease. Predicting Freezing of Gait in this paper considers as a multi-class classification problem with 3 classes namely, FoG, pre-FoG, and walking episodes. In this paper, the extracted feature scheme applied for the detection and the prediction of FoG is Convolutional Neural ...


A Literature Review For Contributing Mining Approaches For Business Process Reengineering, Noha Ahmed Bayomy NAB, Ayman E. Khedr AEK, Laila A. Abd-Elmegid LAA, Amira M. Idrees AMI 2021 Faculty of Computers and Information Technology, Future University in Egypt

A Literature Review For Contributing Mining Approaches For Business Process Reengineering, Noha Ahmed Bayomy Nab, Ayman E. Khedr Aek, Laila A. Abd-Elmegid Laa, Amira M. Idrees Ami

Future Computing and Informatics Journal

Due to the changing dynamics of the business environment, organizations need to redesign or reengineer their business processes in order to provide services with the lowest cost and shortest response time while increasing quality. Thence, Business Process Re-engineering (BPR) provides a roadmap to achieve operational goals that leads to enhance flexibility and productivity, cost reduction, and quality of service/product. In this paper, we propose a literature review for the different proposed models for Business Process Reengineering. The models specify where the breakdowns occur in BPR implementation, justifies why such breakdowns occur, and propose techniques to prevent their occurrence again ...


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 ...


Heterogeneous Graph-Based User-Specific Review Helpfulness Prediction, Dongkai Chen 2021 Dartmouth College

Heterogeneous Graph-Based User-Specific Review Helpfulness Prediction, Dongkai Chen

Dartmouth College Master’s Theses and Essays

With the popularity of e-commerce and review websites, it is becoming increasingly important to identify the helpfulness of reviews. However, existing works on predicting reviews’ helpfulness have three major issues: (i) the correlation between helpfulness and features from review text is not clear yet, although many standard features are proposed, (ii) the relations between users, reviews and products have not been considered, (iii) the effectiveness of the existing approaches have not been systematically compared. To address these challenges, we first analyze the correlation between standard features and review helpfulness that are widely used in other work. Based on this analysis ...


Bibliometric Analysis Of Emerging Technologies In The Field Of Computer Science Helping In Ovarian Cancer Research, Sonali Kothari Dr., Anvita Gupta, Muskaan Agrawal Agrawal, Kajal Jaggi, Adhiraj Dev Goswami, Ketan Kotecha, M. Karthikeyan Dr., Vijayshri Khedkar 2021 Symbiosis Institute of Technology

Bibliometric Analysis Of Emerging Technologies In The Field Of Computer Science Helping In Ovarian Cancer Research, Sonali Kothari Dr., Anvita Gupta, Muskaan Agrawal Agrawal, Kajal Jaggi, Adhiraj Dev Goswami, Ketan Kotecha, M. Karthikeyan Dr., Vijayshri Khedkar

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

This study is carried out to provide an analysis of the literature available at the intersection of ovarian cancer and computing. A comprehensive search was conducted using Scopus database for English-language peer-reviewed articles. The study administers chronological, domain clustering and text analysis of the articles under consideration to provide high-level concept map composed of specific words and the connections between them.


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 ...


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