College of Computer, Mathematical & Natural Sciences
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Effective October 4, 2010, the University established the College of Computer, Mathematical, and Natural Sciences (CMNS) by integrating the former colleges of Chemical and Life Sciences (CLFS) and Computer Mathematical and Physical Sciences (CMPS).
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(2016-11-10)Heterogeneous microprocessors integrate CPUs and GPUs on the same chip, providing fast CPU-GPU communication and enabling cores to compute on data "in place." These advantages will permit integrated GPUs to exploit a ...
Where is the Digital Divide? Examining the Impact of Socioeconomics on Security and Privacy Outcomes (2016-11-03)The behavior of the least-secure user can influence security and privacy outcomes for everyone else. Thus, it is important to understand the factors that influence these outcomes across a broad variety of people. Prior ...
(2016)This dissertation focuses on gaining understanding of cell migration and collective behavior through a combination of experiment, analysis, and modeling techniques. Cell migration is a ubiquitous process that plays an ...
ANALYSIS OF MACROINVERTEBRATE COMMUNITIES IN SEASONAL WETLANDS THROUGH TIME, ACROSS SPACE, AND USING SPECIES TRAITS (2016)Restoration of natural wetlands may be informed by macroinvertebrate community composition. Macroinvertebrate communities of wetlands are influenced by environmental characteristics such as vegetation, soil, hydrology, ...
Mission and Scenario Planning for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (Path Planning and Collision Avoidance Systems) (2016)As unmanned autonomous vehicles (UAVs) are being widely utilized in military and civil applications, concerns are growing about mission safety and how to integrate dierent phases of mission design. One important barrier ...