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Uc-424 Ai Limitations For Web Devlopment, Jacob J. LaLicata, Josh Garske, Thomas Rowlinson, Matthew Madrigal, Muyiwa E. Adewumi 2023 Kennesaw State University

Uc-424 Ai Limitations For Web Devlopment, Jacob J. Lalicata, Josh Garske, Thomas Rowlinson, Matthew Madrigal, Muyiwa E. Adewumi

C-Day Computing Showcase

This research project delves into the exploratory journey of using an AI (Artificial Intelligence), specifically ChatGPT, to assist in developing an auction website. Highlighting the iterative process of problem identification, solution finding, and implementation during development, this project aims to furnish insights into leveraging AI capabilities while addressing its limitations. Through this, developers and AI enthusiasts can gain a comprehensive understanding of effective collaboration with AI, addressing common pitfalls, and devising solutions during software development.


Uc-423 Developing Support For Dicom Medical Images, Cassidie G. Grogan 2023 Kennesaw State University

Uc-423 Developing Support For Dicom Medical Images, Cassidie G. Grogan

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DICOM (Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine) is the standard for storing and sharing medical image information. GIMP (GNU Image Manipulation Program) is the leading open-source program for processing professional and scientific images; however, it is currently unable to open many modern DICOM images. The project goal is to update GIMP's DICOM import plugin with code to support all types of DICOM images. After creating a C++ wrapper to incorporate the GDCM (Grassroots DICOM) library into the existing software, GIMP could import images that previously caused errors. The updated plugin has been submitted as a merge request and is currently …


Uc-426 Cybersecurity Park, Michael P. Leung, Kalil R. Masters, Robert Deason, Ian C. Skoonberg, Aiden D. Gohlke 2023 Kennesaw State University

Uc-426 Cybersecurity Park, Michael P. Leung, Kalil R. Masters, Robert Deason, Ian C. Skoonberg, Aiden D. Gohlke

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We are presenting two additional modules to the Cyber Security Park, a long-running game project that is part of the realities lab. Whack-a-Malware is an arcade game where the player has to whack various malware, each with unique effects that mimic real-world malware. This includes Adware, Spyware, Ransomware, Computer Worms, and Trojan Horses. The player is equipped with two hammers that instantly destroy malware. But it goes on a three-second cooldown every time they destroy something. The player can reduce the cooldown by destroying adware as they are the main cause of slowing down the computer. Digital Footprints Private Investigator …


Uc-432 Ccse Reservation Application, Brandon R. Bunn, Ryan Kafka, Dina Levieva, Alyn Ovell, Olivia C. Venuti 2023 Kennesaw State University

Uc-432 Ccse Reservation Application, Brandon R. Bunn, Ryan Kafka, Dina Levieva, Alyn Ovell, Olivia C. Venuti

C-Day Computing Showcase

This CCSE Reservation Application project is focused on creating a unified web application to simplify the reservation process for inventory devices and room time slots for faculty and staff at Kennesaw State University. This initiative combines two separate reservation systems into a single solution, encompassing a database, backend, and frontend. The database will store relevant information, the backend will handle data communication, and the frontend will provide a user-friendly interface for making reservations. Administrators will have access to an admin view for managing requests. The project has faced challenges, including resource constraints and team coordination issues. While the integration of …


Uc-441 Finding The Limits Of Ai For Web Development In 2023, Jessica Chavez, Jackson A. Chastine, Joel R. Eve, Danish Khan, Alexandre D. Garcia 2023 Kennesaw State University

Uc-441 Finding The Limits Of Ai For Web Development In 2023, Jessica Chavez, Jackson A. Chastine, Joel R. Eve, Danish Khan, Alexandre D. Garcia

C-Day Computing Showcase

This Project explores the limits of artificial intelligence (AI) in web development, focusing on the year 2023. The study is conducted by AI Limits Team 1 from Kennesaw State University. The primary objective of the project is to harness the potential of ChatGPT 3.5, an advanced AI model, to create a fully functional Auction House Website. The achievements of the project include innovative web development, AI-generated content, and successful integration of AI into both frontend and backend aspects of web development. The research findings offer valuable insights into ChatGPT's proficiency in generating web application code and emphasize the importance of …


Uc-433 Finding The Limits Of Ai For Web Development In 2023, Christopher S. Layson, Njagi Kagika, Christian Bush-Cunningham, Ismail O. Lawal, Adam Z. Nash 2023 Kennesaw State University

Uc-433 Finding The Limits Of Ai For Web Development In 2023, Christopher S. Layson, Njagi Kagika, Christian Bush-Cunningham, Ismail O. Lawal, Adam Z. Nash

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Our team was tasked with finding the limits of artificial intelligence for web development in 2023. This involved our team researching what the different parts of a website are, how to prompt an AI chatbot to provide us with source code, and how to put together a working prototype of an auction website by the end of our project. Our team produced various documents along the way that show our progress such as various slideshow files, documentation word docs, and a research report on our findings. After working with the AI to produce source code for our website, we have …


Uc-491 Spectrum Analysis Cli Tool, Vitor B. Santos, Trey Redden, Sam Corella, Christopher Flores Santos, Jonathan Glennon 2023 Kennesaw State University

Uc-491 Spectrum Analysis Cli Tool, Vitor B. Santos, Trey Redden, Sam Corella, Christopher Flores Santos, Jonathan Glennon

C-Day Computing Showcase

The Spectrum Analysis CLI Tool takes in .mp4 recordings of a Spectrum Analyzer, converts them programmatically into values the application can understand and outputs this data into a .csv file. This file can be parsed/filtered by the user with commands during upload of the .mp4 recording, or anytime after the recording has been processed.


Uc-492 Lotspotter, Julian Yankah, Henry Pham, Tripp Greene, Jonathan Perry, Ghislain Dongbou 2023 Kennesaw State University

Uc-492 Lotspotter, Julian Yankah, Henry Pham, Tripp Greene, Jonathan Perry, Ghislain Dongbou

C-Day Computing Showcase

The parking issue has quietly become the cause of a lot of stress for travelers and other regular users. It's nothing new that some people miss their flight and/or get late to other important meetings and appointments because they couldn’t locate an available parking lot. Not because there isn't available parking but because they don’t know where it is! What if there was some way to solve that? Introducing LotSpotter! An application built to detect and navigate to vacant parking spaces across the United States. It will leverage various technologies, including image processing, sensors, AI and mobile app development, to …


Uc-502 Chess App With Ai, Connor Handley, John Paul Cohran, Cole Smith, Paul Russell, Eric Tsai 2023 Kennesaw State University

Uc-502 Chess App With Ai, Connor Handley, John Paul Cohran, Cole Smith, Paul Russell, Eric Tsai

C-Day Computing Showcase

The objective of this project is to create a website that contains a virtual chess game, where the user can play against an opponent powered by an artificial intelligence model. This chess platform will be a widely accessible and user-friendly way to become more familiar with and practice the game of chess.


Uc-506 Underock Arena, Bryanna N Walker 2023 Kennesaw State University

Uc-506 Underock Arena, Bryanna N Walker

C-Day Computing Showcase

The game I developed was meant to highlight the ways that game developers can utilize our mobile devices to create a casual game. Breaking down complex parts of an RPG battling game, I devised the most casual and mobile-friendly way for the player to battle with unique bugs against an AI enemy using only 3 simple buttons: attack, heal, and ultimate. In addition, because of my areas of study at Kennesaw State University, I wanted to use my artistic abilities in my game. I thought it would be interesting to see how traditional art looks in a mobile game on …


Uc-508 Memories: Echoes Of Resilience, Ethan J Hester, Joshua Tyler Padgett, Katelyn R Freeman, Sarah Crosby, Keith W Rhymer 2023 Kennesaw State University

Uc-508 Memories: Echoes Of Resilience, Ethan J Hester, Joshua Tyler Padgett, Katelyn R Freeman, Sarah Crosby, Keith W Rhymer

C-Day Computing Showcase

Memories: Echoes of Resilience is a first-person narrative experience that takes players through different experiences of a boy with autism. The game aims to show how everyday interactions can be different to someone with autism. Experiences such as making friends in school, being in overstimulating environments, or managing adult life are experiences we want to simulate for the player. The player will be able to interact with the world around them but will also have to be aware of how their environment impacts them, so they don’t become overstimulated.


Ur-407 Illusion Of Weight: The Use Of Tactile Glove For Muscle Exercise For Elders In Virtual Gym Experience, Johnathon R. Autry 2023 Kennesaw State University

Ur-407 Illusion Of Weight: The Use Of Tactile Glove For Muscle Exercise For Elders In Virtual Gym Experience, Johnathon R. Autry

C-Day Computing Showcase

This pilot study aims to investigate the potential creation of the perception of weight through a blend of visual and tactile feedback. Utilizing a tactile glove with varying vibration intensities and virtual dumbbell sizes, the experiment explores multiple conditions. These include tactile intensity (small, medium, large), virtual dumbbell sizes (small, medium, large), and diverse visualizations—ranging from no virtual dumbbell with or without tactile feedback to scenarios including both virtual dumbbells and tactile feedback. The study evaluates the virtual reality exercise experience and real performance using EMG sensors to measure muscle response, Heart Rate (HR), Galvanic Skin Response (GSR), and hand …


Ur-409 Enhancing Aircraft Electronic Warfare Testing With Automated Rf Spectrum Analysis, Anthony De Santiago, Matthew T. Morgan, Geonhyeong Kim, Jalon L. Bailey, Camille Reaves 2023 Kennesaw State University

Ur-409 Enhancing Aircraft Electronic Warfare Testing With Automated Rf Spectrum Analysis, Anthony De Santiago, Matthew T. Morgan, Geonhyeong Kim, Jalon L. Bailey, Camille Reaves

C-Day Computing Showcase

Military test ranges utilize a variety of Radio Frequency (RF) threat systems, to assess the effectiveness of Electronic Warfare (EW) systems during flight tests. A component of this process involves monitoring RF transmissions. Traditionally, system engineers at Robins Airforce Base have manually analyzed video from spectrum analyzers to confirm properties of specific threat systems. To streamline this analysis, our team's aim was to develop an automated solution for RF spectrum analysis. We employed a custom YOLO V8 model to isolate the analyzer screen and used a novel combination of frame differencing, summing, and agglomerative clustering techniques to extract relevant properties …


Eur-443 The Compression Connection: Ncd And Knn In Law Enforcement Text Analytics, Gabriel T. Gillott 2023 Kennesaw State University

Eur-443 The Compression Connection: Ncd And Knn In Law Enforcement Text Analytics, Gabriel T. Gillott

C-Day Computing Showcase

Facing a deluge of digital records, law enforcement needs advanced data sorting systems. This project uses a new NLP model, blending compression algorithms and KNN, to categorize Cobb County police reports by mental health, behavioral, and drug issues—vital for efficient resource allocation. The model employs Normalized Compression Distance (NCD) to discern text similarities, enhancing analysis of varying report styles. Early tests show promise in label categorization, but generalizing remains challenging, marking future research directions. This NLP advancement could revolutionize data handling in public safety, aiming to surpass current classification standards.


Ur-484 Ai Detection – Chat Gpt, Wylder Everett, Daniel Mode, Paul Nguyen, Alfred Johnson, Bilal Khan 2023 Kennesaw State University

Ur-484 Ai Detection – Chat Gpt, Wylder Everett, Daniel Mode, Paul Nguyen, Alfred Johnson, Bilal Khan

C-Day Computing Showcase

With the emergence of large language models (LLM) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) assistants like ChatGPT, accompanying tremendous potentials are critical challenges. Indeed, these assistant systems can provide quality information with conveniences. However, the generated contents are highly problematic being seemingly indistinguishable from that of human. The implication of this issue is severe in science, education, and domains that value original contents. With such motivation, this project addresses the task of identifying ChatGPT-synthesized texts with a focus on education, specifically, in short-answer questions. The goal of the project is to develop an AI technology that identifies synthesized texts by comparing such …


Ur-445 Symphony Of Silicon: Rethinking Music Creation Through Deep Learning Models, Gabriel T. Gillott 2023 Kennesaw State University

Ur-445 Symphony Of Silicon: Rethinking Music Creation Through Deep Learning Models, Gabriel T. Gillott

C-Day Computing Showcase

Generative AI has transformed music creation, blending human and machine artistry. This study presents a neural network model trained on piano MIDI files for music generation, utilizing LSTM and self-attention mechanisms to capture music's complexity. Bayesian optimization with Tree-structured Parzen Estimator (TPE) refines the model's hyperparameters. The architecture includes bidirectional GRUs and self-attention layers, trained on the extensive Magenta MAESTRO dataset. The model, bettered by TPE over conventional tuning, is assessed for accuracy and expressiveness. The paper details the model's design and validates TPE's efficiency, marking progress in AI's creative application in music.


Ur-510 Exploring The Impact Of Wavelength In Non-Invasive Blood Glucose Monitoring, John E. Oakley, Tahsin Kazi 2023 Kennesaw State University

Ur-510 Exploring The Impact Of Wavelength In Non-Invasive Blood Glucose Monitoring, John E. Oakley, Tahsin Kazi

C-Day Computing Showcase

Diabetes and metabolic diseases are some of the most crucial health issues of the 21st century. Monitoring blood glucose, the lead indicator of these diseases is a cumbersome process of constantly drawing blood or using subcutaneous needles. However, new technologies have emerged for non-invasive blood glucose monitoring that uses spectroscopy, which involves emitting light and capturing patient data with cameras. These new devices remove the cost of multiple tests, reduce the risk of skin conditions, and create more patient-friendly solutions. However, the hardware variables of these devices have not been tested thoroughly. One such avenue is via laser wavelength, which …


Eur-525 Ai-Based Quiz Generation: The Role Of Llms In Digital Education, Devananda Sreekanth 2023 Kennesaw State University

Eur-525 Ai-Based Quiz Generation: The Role Of Llms In Digital Education, Devananda Sreekanth

C-Day Computing Showcase

Our investigation delves into the application of Large Language Models (LLMs) and AI in crafting quiz-based learning tools for college students. We sifted through academic resources, utilizing keywords such as "AI," "GPT," "BERT," and "LLM," and pinpointed 24 pivotal papers out of over 80. Our findings highlight a preference for models like GPT-3, with newer technologies like BERT and RAG less represented, suggesting potential avenues for future inquiry. The research employed a structured methodology that encompassed an exhaustive literature review, trend analysis over time, and detailed textual scrutiny of AI technology mentions and innovative methods within the domain. This approach …


Gr-397 Conceptualizing A Toc-Enhanced Chatbot: Pattern Recognition And Interaction, Sumaiya Tasneem, Sharon Elugoti, Chinni Cherrishma Reddy Aduri, Purna Pavan Kumar Kolli, Krishna Vamsi Anche 2023 Kennesaw State University

Gr-397 Conceptualizing A Toc-Enhanced Chatbot: Pattern Recognition And Interaction, Sumaiya Tasneem, Sharon Elugoti, Chinni Cherrishma Reddy Aduri, Purna Pavan Kumar Kolli, Krishna Vamsi Anche

C-Day Computing Showcase

A chatbot is a software which is capable of communicating with human by using natural language processing. In our project, we plan to develop a Python-based chatbot that integrates theory of computation (TOC) concepts, including finite automata and regular expressions. The chatbot will interact with users, recognizing patterns and keywords in their inputs. We’ll begin by defining initial regular expressions for basic user interactions including greetings and inquiries.Future developments may enhance regular expressions and broaden the chatbot’s TOC-related capabilities, creating a versatile educational tool with practical TOC applications.


Gr-405 Boosting Clickbait Detection Through Semantic Insights And Attention-Driven Neural Network, Lokesh Meesala 2023 Kennesaw State University

Gr-405 Boosting Clickbait Detection Through Semantic Insights And Attention-Driven Neural Network, Lokesh Meesala

C-Day Computing Showcase

The digital age has witnessed an explosion of online content, making it increasingly challenging for users to differentiate between reliable information and clickbait, which is often misleading or sensationalized. Clickbait contributes to the spread of misinformation, phishing attacks, and illegal marketing practices, and manipulates users’ decisions. Even from a business standpoint a clickbait might not lead to a conversion, A user might land on the page by following a clickbait and get frustrated and close the page. Additionally, with the increase in the usage of large language models for content writing it is even more challenging for the general user …


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