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Master's Projects (Computer Science)

 

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  • Fisher, Laurin (2018-12)
    This paper is about determining whether using a Kinect V2 (Xbox One Kinect) mounted on a LAYLA ground robot can be used to detect obstacles, by generating a heightmap with the depth data. We take several factors into ...
  • Gellhouse, Amanda L. (2014-04)
  • Clayton, Syler W. (2014-04)
    The Intelligent Platform Management Interface (IPMI) is a protocol that allows administrators to manage servers remotely. Hardware vendors including Dell, HP, Supermicro, IBM, Lenovo, Fujitsu and Oracle support IPMI though ...
  • Van Veldhuizen, Matthew Philip (2015-04)
    There are many way to protect code from reverse engineering. One such way is to obfuscate either the source code, machine code or bytecode. Obfuscating Android applications not only makes it harder to reverse engineer, it ...
  • Payton, Travis Michael (2015)
    This report covers Intellect.js, a new high-performance Artificial Neural Network (ANN) library written in JavaScript and intended for use within a web browser. The library is designed to be easy to use, whilst remaining ...
  • Ott, Karl (2015-04)
    Linear feedback shift registers (LFSRs) are used throughout a subset of cryptography. They have long been deployed as a means to generate a pseudo-random number stream. The random number generation provided by the LFSRs ...
  • Bond, Shaun P. (2015-04)
    Virtualized Reality as a field of research has been increasing over the last couple of decades. Initially, it required large camera arrays, expensive equipment, and custom software to implement a virtualized reality system. ...
  • Tupek, Ann (2016)
    As the old patents from the late 1980's and early 1990's expire, additive fabrication and rapid prototyping has seen a boom in recent years. Often called 3D printing, in the additive fabrication process material is deposited ...
  • Fraser, Warren Duncan (2016-05)
    This report covers scaling neural networks for training Go artificial intelligence. The Go board is broken up into subsections, allowing for each subsection to be calculated independently, and then factored into an overall ...
  • Bross, Daniel Aven (2017-08)
    A path coloring of a graph partitions its vertex set into color classes such that each class induces a disjoint union of paths. In this project we implement several algorithms to compute path colorings of graphs embedded ...

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