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  • Ocean, Michael James (Boston University Computer Science Department, 2009)
    As the commoditization of sensing, actuation and communication hardware increases, so does the potential for dynamically tasked sense and respond networked systems (i.e., Sensor Networks or SNs) to replace existing disjoint ...
  • Morcos, Hany (Boston University Computer Science Department, 2008)
    The pervasiveness of personal computing platforms offers an unprecedented opportunity to deploy large-scale services that are distributed over wide physical spaces. Two major challenges face the deployment of such services: ...
  • Li, Rui (Boston University Computer Science Department, 2009-08-10)
    The goal of this work is to learn a parsimonious and informative representation for high-dimensional time series. Conceptually, this comprises two distinct yet tightly coupled tasks: learning a low-dimensional manifold and ...
  • Alon, Jonathan (Boston University Computer Science Department, 2006-09-18)
    Spotting patterns of interest in an input signal is a very useful task in many different fields including medicine, bioinformatics, economics, speech recognition and computer vision. Example instances of this problem include ...
  • Rosales-del-Moral, Rómer E. (Boston University Computer Science Department, 2002)
    A fundamental task of vision systems is to infer the state of the world given some form of visual observations. From a computational perspective, this often involves facing an ill-posed problem; e.g., information is lost ...
  • Donnelly, Kevin (Boston University Computer Science Department, 2007)
    System F is a type system that can be seen as both a proof system for second-order propositional logic and as a polymorphic programming language. In this work we explore several extensions of System F by types which express ...
  • Mattar, Karim Abdel Magid (Boston University Computer Science Department, 2007)
    Modern cellular channels in 3G networks incorporate sophisticated power control and dynamic rate adaptation which can have a significant impact on adaptive transport layer protocols, such as TCP. Though there exists studies ...
  • Zatko, Sarah Lieberman; Van Alstyne, Marshall (Boston University Computer Science Department, 2009-05-11)
    We propose an economic mechanism to reduce the incidence of malware that delivers spam. Earlier research proposed attention markets as a solution for unwanted messages, and showed they could provide more net benefit than ...

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