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  • Allen, Jon D. (Jon Douglas) (, )
    Participant-based technologies enable users to contribute resources to a shared pool that in the aggregate provides valuable services, such as social networks, massive multiplayer online games, file exchange, etc. Such ...
  • Sun, Wuliang.
    There is a need for more rigorous analysis techniques that developers can use for verifying the critical properties in UML models. The UML-based Specification Environment (USE) tool supports verification of invariants, ...
  • Kelley, Aaron A. (, )
    A common peer-to-peer approach to large data distribution is to divide the data into blocks. Peers will gather blocks from other peers in parallel. Problems with this approach are that each peer must know which blocks ...
  • Feng, Yu.
    We present a novel algorithm called PG-means in this thesis. This algorithm is able to determine the number of clusters in a classical Gaussian mixture model automatically. PG-means uses efficient statistical hypothesis ...
  • Ewert, Winston.
    A search process is an attempt to locate a solution to a problem, such as an optimization problem, where the space is usually too large to exhaustively sample. In order to investigate this idea this work looks a three ...
  • Roberts, Nathan V.
    A key problem in software development is producing systems that are maintainable even as the concerns at play evolve. Aspect-oriented programming (AOP) seeks to foster maintainability by isolating the specifications of ...

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