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      • Application-aware in-network service deployment for Collaborative Adaptive Sensing of the Atmosphere (CASA) 

        Contributor:Lee, Panho; Banka, Tarun; Lim, Sang-hun; Jayasumana, Anura P.; Chandrasekar, V.;
        Date Submitted:2008
        An Engineering Research Center for Collaborative Adaptive Sensing of the Atmosphere (CASA) funded by the National Science Foundation, seeks to revolutionize the way we detect, monitor and predict atmospheric phenomena by ...
      • A wireless sensor network based system for underground chemical plume tracking 

        Contributor:Bandara, Herath M. N. Dilum; Jayasumana, Anura P.; Illangasekare, T. H.; Han, Qi;
        Date Submitted:2008
        A real-time subsurface chemical plume monitoring and tracking system is being developed that uses wireless-sensor networking to automatically extract data from underground chemical sensors. This system is aimed at tracking ...
      • Good Samaritan Robotics User Interface Team 

        Contributor:Tranby, Steven Michael; Schmitt, Josh C.; Robinson, Jonathan Shea; Goebel, Stephen Richard; Darbonne, Kenneth C.; Wilkins, Brent H.; Kaiser, Carl L.;
        Date Submitted:2006
        This poster presents the topic of the user interface team for the Urban Search And Rescue (USAR) Robot, Good Samaritan, senior design project. The USAR senior design project consists of four teams: platform, robotic arm, ...
      • Good Samaritan Mini: Urban Search and Rescue Robot 

        Contributor:Hoover, Nathaniel David; Haygood, Nicholas John; Guthrie, Brian D.; Bernstein, Ian H.; Rector, Michael Holman; Maciejewski, Anthony A.;
        Date Submitted:2006
        In the wake of disasters such as the 9/11 attacks, it becomes clear that immediate rescue efforts must take place in a way that doesn't put the lives of the rescue workers themselves at stake. It is situations like these ...
      • Trust based routing protocol in MANET 

        Contributor:Poolsappsit, Nayot; Chakraborty, Sudip; Indrajit, Ray;
        Date:2006
        Traditional network routing protocols find the shortest path by minimizing a cost over the paths. Number of hops is the most common metric to measure this cost of forwarding. However, this administrative cost metric is not ...
      • Retrieval of surface-layer moisture fields using CSU radars 

        Contributor:Fritz, Jason; Chandrasekar, Chandra V.;
        Date:2006
        The surface-layer refractivity, i.e., the refractive index of air near the earth’s surface, can be retrieved from radar by examining the phase of stationary ground targets. The index of refraction is a function of pressure, ...
      • Study of an iterative resource allocation technique to minimize machine completion times in a distributed computing system 

        Contributor:Oltikar, Mohana; Briceño, Luis D.; Maciejewski, Anthony A.; Siegel, Howard Jay;
        Date:2006
        Heterogeneous computing (HC) is the coordinated use of different types of machines, networks, and interfaces to maximize the combined performance and/or cost effectiveness. Heuristics for allocating resources in an HC ...
      • Automatic generation of bit-vector analyses using OpenAnalysis 

        Contributor:Hovland, Paul; Strout, Michelle; Behere, Shweta;
        Date:2006
        Effective program analysis is essential for program optimization, program understanding and error detection. Classic data-flow analysis techniques assume only scalar variables within a program. However, real programs consist ...
      • Measuring the robustness of resource allocations for distributed domputer systems in a stochastic dynamic environment 

        Contributor:Dewri, Rinku; Alqudah, Amin; Govindasamy, Sudha; Janovy, David; Sutton, Andrew; Ladd, Joshua; Prakash, Puneet; Renner, Timothy; Siegel, Howard Jay; Maciejewski, Anthony A.; Briceño, Luis D.; Smith, Jay; Shestak, Vladimir;
        Date:2006
        Heterogeneous distributed computing systems often must function in an environment where system parameters are subject to variations during operation. Robustness can be defined as the degree to which a system can function ...
      • Technology and history : bringing the past into the future 

        Contributor:Speaker, Ryan D.; Lyons, Linda;
        Date:2006
        Using photos, paintings, and other primary sources, students will discover World War I. This project is to demonstrate the importance of personal research, and to take a break from the monotony of textbook readings.
      • Model the system security risk by an Attack Tree 

        Contributor:Poolsappasit, Nayot; Edwards, John; Ray, Indrajit;
        Date:2006
        Traditional Vulnerabilities scanners only give a list of vulnerabilities of the systems. This one dimensional information does not give analysts the perception of how exploits can be chained together and form more complex ...
      • WebCT in the classroom : taking the discussion to the Net 

        Contributor:Hoggarth, Sean; De Miranda, Michael Anthony;
        Date:2006
        I want to create a poster that showed how I would use a webCT sort of program to hold discussion, peer-editing, and how that would lead to publishing of a student's work.
      • For Your AMUSEment! : creating an online literary magazine to showcase student talent and achievement 

        Contributor:Johnson, Amanda; De Miranda, Michael Anthony;
        Date:2006
        This poster highlights/illustrates how technology can be integrated into an English Liberal Artsssroom using Publishing software. Designed for a high school level English student, students will express their school work, ...
      • Integrating technology in the classroom : how technology can enhance social studies 

        Contributor:Perry, Lynsey Malia; De Miranda, Michael Anthony;
        Date:2006
        This poster highlights the integration of technology within the classroom, focusing on U.S. History as a content area.
      • Technology in music education 

        Contributor:Stahly, Robert; De Miranda, Michael Anthony;
        Date:2006
        This poster will examine the many uses of technology in the instruction of music.
      • Technology in English education 

        Contributor:Sullivan, Brianna; De Miranda, Michael Anthony;
        Date:2006
        This poster will demonstrate technology in english education. It will demonstrate how technology can be used when teaching Shakespeare.
      • Committee findings and recommendation 

        Contributor:ISTeC Data Management Committee
        Date:2014-01-31
        Data management is a core competency in most research projects. As datasets grow in volume, velocity and variety, they can quickly become unwieldy. The CSU research community, like those at many other research institutions, ...
      • Publishing your most important work 

        Contributor:Schekman, Randy
        Date Issued:2014-03-24
        The assessment of scholarly achievement depends critically on the proper evaluation and publication of research work in scholarly journals. Investigators face a dizzying array of journal styles that include commercial, ...
      • A brief introduction to : organizational learning, performance, & change 

        Contributor:Korte, Russell
        Date Issued:2013-10-11
        Key Take-aways: Work is embedded in a social, political, and informal contexts; The social, political, and informal contexts are primary drivers of learning and performance; Organizations have a major responsibility to ...
      • Robust resource allocation in a client/server hybrid network for virtual world environments 

        Contributor:Wedyan, Fadi Ibrahim; Teli, Mohammad Nayeem; Lock, Bradley Leo; Hong, Ye; Briceno, Luis D.; Zhang, Chen; Panaccione, Charles; Siegel, Howard Jay; Maciejewski, Anthony A.;
        Date Submitted:2008
        HC is the coordinated use of different types of machines, networks, and interfaces to maximize performance. A virtual world environment is a multi-user program that creates a game world. In this study we maximize the ...