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Current Key Perspectives in Video Gaming and Religion: Theses by Owen Gottlieb. Based on AAR 2015 panel with Ian Bogost, Gregory Grieve, Rachel Wagner, Michael Waltemathe, Jason Anthony, Xenia Zeiler, Kerstin Radde Antweiler. Heidi Campbell (presiding) Michael Houseman (respondent) Gamevironments, (Issue 3, 2015) Universität... READ MORE
What is the essence of a graduate-level system administration education? What skills and abilities of the candidate should educators focus on when developing a new program? This paper investigates the learning outcomes from three MSc graduate programs in network and system administration. We use a... READ MORE
We present a novel pipeline for localizing a free roaming eye tracker within a LiDAR-based 3D reconstructed scene with high levels of accuracy. By utilizing a combination of reconstruction algorithms that leverage the strengths of global versus local capture methods and user-assisted refinement, we reduce... READ MORE
Machine-learning algorithms have the potential to support trace retrieval methods making significant reductions in costs and human-involvement required for the creation and maintenance of traceability links between system requirements, system architecture, and the source code. These algorithms can be trained how to detect the... READ MORE
This thesis discusses the Random Early Detection (RED) algorithm, proposed by Sally Floyd, used for congestion avoidance in computer networking, how existing algorithms compare to this approach and the configuration and implementation of the Weighted Random Early Detection (WRED) variation. RED uses a probability approach... READ MORE
The Northeast Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition (NECCDC) [2] is a regional competition that feeds the National Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition (CCDC)[1]. Since RIT organized the first NECCDC in 2008, the NECCDC has selected a representative to compete in the CCDC. It has been relatively successful... READ MORE
Cyber security and forensics are among the most critical areas of national importance with a rising demand for knowledgeable professionals. In response to the increasing need for advanced studies in forensics, we propose game-based modules using the game-based learning approach that enable first-year students to... READ MORE