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  • Hinshaw, Kevin P (2000)
    Current medical imaging technology makes it possible to gather remarkably detailed three-dimensional data about an individual's anatomy. In domains ranging from education to clinical medicine, a common desire is the ability ...
  • Halperin, Daniel Chaim (2013-02-25)
    Advances in the price, performance, and power consumption of Wi-Fi (IEEE 802.11) technology have led to the adoption of wireless functionality in diverse consumer electronics. These trends have enabled an exciting vision ...
  • Tullsen, Dean Michael (1996)
    This dissertation examines simultaneous multithreading, a technique permitting several independent threads to issue instructions to a superscalar processor's functional units in a single cycle. Simultaneous multithreading ...
  • Wood, Benjamin Paul
    Some researchers have proposed data-race exceptions to mitigate the ill effects of data races in shared-memory multithreaded programs. Data-race exceptions make every data race an explicit fail-stop error at run-time. ...
  • Mumey, Brendan Marshall, 1968- (1997)
    Modern molecular biology has presented computer science a host of interesting theoretical problems to work on. This thesis presents new algorithms for two computational problems from genomic mapping: The first problem ...
  • Chow, Kingsum (1996)
    Software libraries provide leverage in large part because they are used by many applications. As Parnas, Lampson and others have noted, stable interfaces to libraries isolate the application from changes in the libraries. ...
  • Pulli, Kari (1997)
    This dissertation addresses the problem of scanning both the color and geometry of real objects and displaying realistic images of the scanned objects from arbitrary viewpoints. We present a complete system that uses a ...
  • Lucia, Brandon M. (2013-07-25)
    Parallel and concurrent software is more complex than sequential code because interactions between concurrent computations and the ordering of program events can vary across ex- ecutions. This nondeterministic variation ...
  • Grimm, Robert, 1968- (2002)
    Pervasive computing provides an attractive vision for the future of computing. Computational power will be available everywhere. Mobile and stationary devices will dynamically connect and coordinate to seamlessly help ...
  • Matuszek, Cynthia
    Advances in computation, sensing, and hardware are enabling robots to perform an increasing variety of tasks in progressively fewer constraints. It is now possible to imagine robots that can operate in traditionally ...
  • Machmouchi, Widad (2013-07-25)
    Computational complexity is the field that studies the computational resources needed by algorithms to correctly solve computational problems. In this thesis, we derive lower bounds on the computational complexity of ...
  • Christensen, Janara Maria
    As the Internet grows and information is increasingly available, it is more and more difficult to understand what is most important without becoming overwhelmed by details. We need systems which can organize this information ...
  • Deibel, Katherine (2011-01-03)
    Reading disabilities such as dyslexia are life-long conditions affecting an estimated 5–15% of thepopulation. For adults with these conditions, participation in today¢s information society can be problematic. By using the ...
  • Jaffe, Alexander Benjamin (2013-07-23)
    Game balancing is the fine-tuning phase in which a functioning game is adjusted to be deep, fair, and interesting. Balancing is difficult and time-consuming, as designers must repeatedly tweak parameters and run lengthy ...
  • Garg, Rahul (2012-09-13)
    Image mosaics stitch photos into a single composite with a wide field of view. They are easy to create and can be panned by dragging the mouse, thus enabling simple and effective photorealistic visualizations. However, ...
  • Maloney, John Harold, 1958- (1991)
    Interactive, direct-manipulation, graphical user interfaces are easy to use but difficult to construct. This dissertation shows that automatic constraint satisfaction is useful in many facets of user interface construction ...
  • Aldrich, Jonathan (2003)
    Software architecture describes the high-level structure of a software system, and can be used for design, analysis, and software evolution tasks. However, existing tools decouple architecture from implementation, allowing ...
  • Gordon, Colin Stebbins
    This dissertation proposes a family of techniques for static verication of sequential and concurrent imperative programs by leveraging fine-grained characterizations of mutation. The key idea is that by attaching to each ...
  • McNamee, Dylan James, 1966- (1996)
    This dissertation addresses a key issue in the efficient execution of transaction systems in shared environments. Until recently, transaction systems typically ran on dedicated database server machines. Transaction systems ...
  • Jakobovits, Rex M. (Rex Matthew), 1968- (1999)
    Recent advances in tools for scientific data acquisition, visualization, and analysis have lead to growing information management problems for research laboratories. An exponential increase in the volume of data, combined ...

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