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Advancing Computing and Information Sciences

Advancing Computing and Information Sciences
Advancing Computing and Information Sciences
GCCIS 2005 Conference
Edited By Leon Reznik

B. Thomas Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences (GCCIS) at Rochester Institute of Technology is proud to announce this new publication: "Advancing Computing and Information Sciences." This volume, which includes papers presented at the first annual Golisano Conference in January 2005, celebrates the diversity of the fields studied and researched in the Golisano College: computer science, information technology, and software engineering.


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B. Thomas Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences (GCCIS) at Rochester Institute of Technology is proud to announce this new publication: "Advancing Computing and Information Sciences." This volume, which includes papers presented at the first annual Golisano Conference in January 2005, celebrates the diversity of the fields studied and researched in the Golisano College: computer science, information technology, and software engineering. The publication is comprised of papers devoted to education in computing areas, as well as those dedicated to advancing research; some papers introduce theoretical studies, while others report more practical results. Authors include industry representatives, undergraduate and graduate students, RIT faculty members, and faculty guests from neighboring universities. This research continues RIT's long history of achievements in technology, engineering, and science.

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Publisher: RIT Cary Graphic Arts Press (12/2005)
ISBN-10: 1-933360-05-4
ISBN-13: 978-1-933360-05-8
Binding: Laminated paperback
Pages: 138
Illustrations: yes
Size: 8.5 x 11 in.
Shipping Weight: 1lb
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Table of Contents

Foreword, ix
Jorge Díaz-Herrera, Rochester Institute of Technology
Introduction, xi
Leon Reznik, Rochester Institute of Technology
1. Education and Training for the Next Generation Workforce,1
R.J. Aerdts, Electronic Data Systems Corporation
2. Software Engineering Instruction Emphasizing Traceability with Design Patterns, 11
S. Mitra, T.M. Rao, S. Krishnan, SUNY Brockport; T. Bullinger, ArchSynergy, Ltd.
3. Modified Time-Based Multilayer Perceptron for Sensor Networks and 
Image Processing Applications, 27
G. Von Pless, T. Al Karim, L. Reznik, Rochester Institute of Technology
4. Performance of MLP and RBF in Character Recognition Utilizing Fuzzy Zoning Feature, 35
R. Yampolskiy, University at Buffalo; D. Novikov, L. Reznik, Rochester Institute of Technology
5. A Toolbox for Visualizing the Evolvement of Dense Stellar Systems over Space and Time, 43
J. Allen, H.-P. Bischof, T. Blanarik, et al., Rochester Institute of Technology
6. From Impractical to Practical: Solving an MRI Problem Using Parallelism, 51
A. Bak, J. Hornak, N. Schaller, Rochester Institute of Technology
7. MultiProcessing as a Model for High Performance Data Acquisition
(Especially for Airborne Remote Sensing Applications), 59
R.L. Kremens, J. Cockburn, J. Faulring, D. McKeown, D. Morse, H. Rhody,
Rochester Institute of Technology; P. Hammond, Lightforce Technologies
8. Image Search, Retrieval and Visualization in CoMMA, 69
M. Ahmad, A. Teredesai, J. Kanodia, Rochester Institute of Technology
9. Using System Call Analysis to Stop Evasion Attacks, 77
A. Samant, Worcester Polytechnic Institute; L. Reznik, W. Carithers, 
Rochester Institute of Technology
10. Generating Revenue from Captured Streamed Media, 83
D. Garrison, Rochester Institute of Technology
11. Measurement and Control System with an Embedded Microcontroller, 103
V. Denchev, M. Tahar, SUNY Brockport
12. What’s the Buzz?: A Theatrical Performance in a Virtual Space, 109
J. Geigel, M. Schweppe, Rochester Institute of Technology
13. HarmoGen: A Four-part Harmony Generator, 117
A. LaLonde, J. Morrison, Rochester Institute of Technology

 

 

 

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