Master's Theses and Projects

The objective of the mandatory Master's Thesis or Project requirement is to provide a culminating educational experience, where the student, under the supervision of a faculty member, conducts an individual study employing concepts and methods learned in the program to solve a problem of significant importance from a practical or theoretical standpoint.

The Following Policies Apply

The study should involve a synthesis of concepts and methods learned in more than one course, and exhibit awareness of previous work in the area of study. This requirement also aims to provide an opportunity to the student to learn and practice the means of written and oral communication. The project or thesis provides an extremely important component to the students' portfolio applied towards a future undertaking whether it be for admission to a Ph.D. program or for a leadership position in the computing industry.

There are two equivalent possibilities for the culminating experience in the MS program in Computer Science: MS project (CSC 895), and MS thesis (CSC 898). The MS thesis and the MS project have the same level of difficulty, need the same time for completion, and yield the same kind of MS degree. The decision whether a work is a thesis or a project must be made at the time of registration for CSC 895/898 in consultation with the faculty advisor.

The complete work on MS thesis/project has a limit of 9 credits. Typically, students working on a thesis will register for 3 credits of CSC 897 (Research) followed by 3 credits of CSC 898, but they can take an additional 3 units of CSC 897 upon advisement. Students working on a project will usually enroll in 3 credits of CSC 899 followed by 3 credits of CSC 895,but they can take additional 3 units of CSC 899 upon advisement. CSC 895 and 898 are graded as CR/NC.

Before registering for the MS thesis/project the student must select an advisor, and other members of the thesis/project committee and file the GAP and Culminating Experience Form with the Graduate Division. The thesis committee must have at least 3 members, and the project committee must have at least 2 members. At least two members must be tenured or tenure-track SFSU/CS faculty for either type of committee. In addition to the 2 members of the CS Department, the committee may include faculty or members outside of the CS Department, upon approval of the CS Chair.

Both MS thesis and MS project have a public oral defense. Usually the student presentation is about 30 min. with Q&A following. Defense committee then asks all to leave the room for a short period of time to discuss the work and the grading. The defense must be advertised to the local community. This is a great opportunity to bring family and friends. Students are advised to carefully rehearse and check the presentation for content, duration and to make sure all the SW and demos work.

The format of the MS thesis document is strictly defined and controlled by the SF State Graduate Division (University Thesis Composition Guidelines). The original copy of the thesis, including committee signatures, is submitted to the Graduate Division for approval. After approval by the Graduate Division the original version is bound according to the SFSU standard and available in the SFSU library. One bound copy of the thesis must also be given to the CS Department office. Thesis copies are submitted to the committee members in a form approved by the members.

The format of the MS project document is strictly defined and controlled by the Department of Computer Science, and has the form of the CS Technical Report. The final version of the MS project is submitted to the CS Department and stored in the CS Department office. Project document copies are submitted to the committee members in a form approved by the members. Please work with your advisor for more details.

Students are encouraged to consult with prospective thesis/project advisors and CS office for more detailed information on the expected schedules for completion of their culminating experience work.

Note: CSC 895 enrollment (permit number) is strictly controlled by CS Office and not your mentor. This is due to the need to make a complete check on whether you fulfilled all the requirements for graduation.

The deadline for filing all forms for your CSC 895/898 is the semester preceding your planned CSC 895/898 enrollment (November for Spring and April for Fall). See your grad advisor and CS office for details, and check the above link.

This is submitted the term prior to enrollment in 895 or 898. The CER is a vehicle to communicate and agree upon expectations for the work for culminating experience between the student and the advisor. Typical sections of this proposal should include motivation, problem description, method of solving the problem, relevant work of others, as well as milestones, deliverables and approximate timetable (for more details talk with the thesis/project advisor). This project proposal should be done carefully and will serve as a "contract" between the advisor and the student. The size of this report is in general about 2-4 pages. Students are encouraged to work with their thesis/project advisor on specific details.

It is required that this proposal be developed as a deliverable with the 899 or 897 course preceding 895 or 898 courses.

It is critical to plan to take graduate level electives with possible culminating experience supervisors during your first year of study. Think of topic(s) for your culminating experience, do a research on it, check what CS faculty does for research, and feel free to meet CS Chair or other faculty for advice.

  • Must attend the first graduate seminar (graduate program overview) in your first semester of study
  • Must enroll in courses taught by prospective thesis/project supervisors in your second semester of study. Consult your favorite professors for guidance in project selection.
  • Must attend mandatory advising group meeting with CS Chair to be organized within the first 4 weeks of second semester.
  • Must select your culminating experience supervisor by the end of second semester and obtain your supervisor's permission to work under his/her supervision.

The culminating project and thesis require serious commitment and focus of the student. Serve the purpose to show that the student is capable of delivering individual work as well as being independent, able to deliver a project etc.

It is the responsibility of the student to follow up the agreed upon milestones and commitments made to the advisors (typically via approved project proposal). This is especially critical for projects where the work involves external funding and commitments including developing publications that require student's contributions.

Students are strongly encouraged to help faculty develop research publications (e.g. doing the necessary work such as SW development, experiments) and to participate in writing research papers, especially those aspiring toward Ph. D. studies.

While students own the copyright to the code they develop at SF State, the source code, and all the data and procedures used for the research and experiments, must be made publicly available for faculty and others for the purpose of grading and evaluation.

Changes in project plans, topics, title or committee members (but not the main advisor) must be made in writing in accordance with Department procedures. Change of advisor requires repeating the whole culminating project or thesis course sequence (including 899 or 897) and adherence to Department polices.

Students must follow all CS Department and general rules about plagiarism. Details are available at Department Cheating and Plagiarism Policy Web Page

If you do not finish your culminating experience within two semester, you must enroll in culminating experience through CEL. More about enrolling through CEL. 

CS Department Information

Advancement to Candidacy (ATC)

Proposal for Culminating Experience Form (CEF)

Human Subjects Protocol (HSP)

Graduate Seminars (PERNET)

895/898 Enrollment

Thesis Defense (Complete Culminating Experience)

If you are a Graduate Student, in your last semester and planning to graduate, you need to write up your project report or thesis, and prepare for your Oral Defense. Please follow the steps and timeline below for writing up your project report/thesis and oral defense. We urge you to work closely with your project/thesis advisor, to clarify expectations, confirm deadlines, and coordinate other committee members.

Steps for Completing Your Culminating Experience Project/Master's Thesis

  1. The last day to submit your "Report of Completion" is the last day of instruction (not the last day of final exams). Your committee members need ample time to read and review your written report. Plan accordingly. All programming should be done, most experiments completed and you should have a solid first draft report written by the second week of the semester. Submit the masters project/thesis write up to your project/thesis advisor for content approval no later than the 6th week of the semester. This allows you time to correct for proper grammar as well as make any other edits based on your advisor's feedback. Students completing the thesis option are referred to the University Gradute Studies website for guidelines on formatting the thesis report, as well as instructions on submitting final copies.
  2. Once the project/thesis advisor approves the report/thesis, the student submits copies to all committee members for their approval of the CONTENT.
  3. Once the committee approves the write-up the oral defense is scheduled. The CS office prepares your cover sheet and two signature pages for the CER report, the Report of Completion, grade change form (if needed), as well as the announcement flyer advertising your defense. These forms will be available for your committee members to sign the day of your oral defense. We recommend that your file your GRADUATION APPLICATION once your report/thesis has been approved by your project/thesis advisor.
    • Student confers with faculty to determine the date and time all committee members are available for the Oral Defense
    • Student submits abstract and keywords to project/thesis advisor for approval
  4. Once the student has successfully completed the oral defense requirement the final version of the written report/thesis is submitted
    • The student works with the committee to resolve any issues with the report submitted in Steps 1. and 2. above. After all issues with the written report are resolved, the student is given the (official) signed signature sheets and cover sheet to include with the written report
    • The student makes copies of the write-up:
      • Students submitting a thesis write-up are referred to the Graduate Division website for instruction on submitting final copies.
      • Students submitting a project write-up should use the plastic (white) binding combs, thick black plastic sheet on the back and thick clear plastic sheet on the front. The number of copies depends upon the committee - minimal of 2 copies. The original version is provided to the office.
  5. In preparing for oral presentation, students must review instructions and guidelines for Department Preparing Oral Presentation web page and confirm this to their advisor.
  6. Department Writing Culminating Experience Reports (CER) Web Page

In this section we will outline what constitutes an outstanding culminating experience report (CER) whether it is Thesis or a Project; what constitutes unacceptable one; and also outline our general recommendations for the CER outline and content of each chapter.

The focus here is on the write-up part of the CER, namely how to communicate it in the written form (i.e. CER), and not on the culminating experience project itself. Please note that the final decision and guidance on this comes from your Culminating Experience Committee Chair and committee members, but we believe that the material in this section is general enough to set you on the right path. Finally, we will reiterate some recommendations on your oral presentation of CER.

More details on what kinds of CER exist (Thesis or Project) are located at: Department M.S. Culminating Experience Requirments.

Steps in completing the Culminating Experience are located at: Department Writen and Oral Defense Information.

To help you improve your writing skills, all of our students are encouraged to take an online writing course such as the one offered through courses at Stanford University, titled "Writing in the Sciences" offered during the Fall semester. For more information: Stanford Writing in the Sciences Course Information.

Very good resources on how to write technical reports are here:

Before we start, let us reiterate that completing culminating experience (both the project and the report) is primarily the responsibility of the student and hence the student has to drive it. It is not expected from the faculty to fully participate in writing the CER or in very extensive editing except to give necessary feedback and comments. We strongly recommend that high level CER outline be agreed between student and faculty before the writing commences.

Let us first see what constitutes an outstanding CER and what constitutes an unacceptable CER. While the definitions below touch upon the project work itself, please focus for now on the suggestions that refer to the ways on how to write about it.

Being able to present your work is critically important for your future career as well as for the oral defense of your culminating project or thesis. Please consult the following resources in preparing for your oral defense. Be sure to test your presentation on the exact same computer and projector which you will use during your presentation.

Performance Juxtaposition Web Page: Presentations

Student Theses and Projects

CE/MT Number Oral Defense Date Authors Title
CE-21.28 12/17/2021 Swetha Govindu Koob AI-Powered ePUB Reader
CE-21.27 12/17/2021 Raviteja Guttula Koob - eBook Reader Enhanced with NLP
CE-21.26 12/14/2021 Xinze Zhang Design and Release the Machine Learning Model with Differential Privacy
MT-21.05 12/13/2021 Inez Wibowo Improving Communication and Sense of Belonging in Remote Teaching
CE-21.25 12/10/2021 Allen Sun A Machine Learning Based Web Application for Hybrid Apps Security Analysis
MT-21.04 12/10/2021 Megha Babariya Understanding Airline Travel Demand Trends During Covid-19
CE-21.24 12/10/2021 Likhitha Brahmadevara Exploratory Visualization of Movies and their Tweet Sentiment
CE-21.23 12/09/2021 Cherise Lau User-Centered Design to Improve the Meeting Experience
CE-21.22 12/09/2021 Srinithi Ramachandran TOOLSHARE Web Application
CE-21.21 12/08/2021 Siddhita Chimote COVID-19 and Twitter Data Visual Analysis
CE-21.20 12/07/2021 Rachit Joshi An Interactive Visualization for Comparing Embedding Spaces
CE-21.19 12/07/2021 Vaisakh Kusabhadran Local Differential Privacy in Machine Learning
CE-21.18 12/01/2021 Zhifan Cai Automate the AutoML: Machine Learning as a Service Web Application for data analysis
CE-21.17 11/29/2021 Sanchit Joshi Visualization for mHealth Applications
CE-21.16 11/12/2021 Jeff Cheng JavaScript Tutor: An Educational Tool
CE-21.15 10/28/2021 Chaitali Kalra TOS x86 Emulator
CE-21.14 10/19/2021 John Gann Creating a Universal Scene Description Hydra Render Delegate for the Luxcore Renderer
CE-21.13 09/08/2021 Varun Yogesh Sura YouDescribeX iOS App
CE-21.12 08/09/2021 Manish Patil Enhanced YouDescribe Web Interface Design and Development
CE-21.11 08/06/2021 Jugal Nikul Bhatt Visual Analytics Support for Automated Discovery of Machine Learning Problem Specifications
CE-21.10 08/04/2021 Qihong Kuang Prediction of Fire Incidents in San Francisco
CE-21.09 05/20/2021 Kriti Upadhyaya Analyze the Factors that Make Students Succeed in “Programming Methodology” Course
CE-21.08 05/12/2021 Srushti Manishbhai Buddhadev Association of Sleep Patterns with Lifestyle Habits and Other Factors Using Machine Learning and NHANES Data
CE-21.07 05/12/2021 Beibei Jiang Online Learning Algorithmic Model of TweetSafe
CE-21.06 05/10/2021 Kunal Rajeshbhai Shah Cloud Based Pipeline for mHealth Data
CE-21.05 05/10/2021 Jinghan Cao TWEETSAFE: A Web-­Based App for Detecting Spam Tweets
CE-21.04 05/10/2021 Akhil Gandu Exploratory Visualization of COVID-19 Cases and Tweet Sentiment
CE-21.03 05/07/2021 Sally Mostafa A Framework for Predicting Progression in Primary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis Using Machine Learning and Statistical Methods
CE-21.02 05/05/2021 Tahar Touati Correlation between Obesity and lifestyle factors
CE-21.01 03/29/2021 Shivam Rai WEBOBFUSCATOR: A Web-Based Tool for Android Obfuscation
MT-20.03 12/11/2020 Jakob Dohrmann Optimizing a Prediction Pipeline by Prepending an Efficient Low-Fidelity Model
CE-20.21 12/09/2020 Abhishek Pravin Mane Predicting Rent of Bikes per Hour and Solving the Rebalancing Problem
CE-20.20 12/09/2020 Sagar Rajeshbhai Pandya ToolShare Website - Sharing Economy Platform
CE-20.19 12/09/2020 Tejal Rajendra Ghadge AndroGraphic: A Web-Based Tool for Visualizing Android Apps Setting
CE-20.17 12/08/2020 Aaditya Dilipbhai Chokshi Total Traffic Prediction for a Cluster of Shared Citibike Stations
CE-20.16 12/08/2020 Tejasvi Arun Belsare QMOMI : Tool to Provide Quantitative Measures of Online Medical Information
CE-20.15 12/07/2020 U Khyoi Nu Analysis and Prediction of Walking Performance Using Large Scale Data
CE-20.14 12/07/2020 Raya Farshad Emotion Thermometer App
CE-20.13 12/07/2020 Aditya Bodi Enhanced Video Accessibility Using AI On-Demand Visual Chatbot for Visually Impaired Users
CE-20.12 12/07/2020 Brenna Tirumalashetty Image Caption Evaluation with Deep Learning to Advance Video Accessibility
MT-20.02 06/04/2020 Soumithri Chilakamarri Online Community Detection Using Twitter Data
MT-20.01 05/28/2020 Andrew Scott Transfer Learning for Improved Video Description Performance for Visually Impaired and Blind
CE-20.11 05/22/2020 Risha Shah Disparities in information on Long-Acting Reversible Contraceptives Available to College Students on Student Health Center Websites in the USA
CE-20.10 05/20/2020 Sushil Plassar Seamless Integration of Deep Learning Predictions for Monitoring Cellular Differentiation of Muscle Cells
CE-20.09 05/20/2020 Ali Mahmood Alavi Improvements of Explainability of Random Forest Algorithms
CE-20.08 05/19/2020 Vaishali Bisht User Study Design and Development for Video Description Application for Visually Impaired Users
CE-20.07 05/19/2020 Karuna Nayak Using Text Analytics on Reflective Journaling to Identify Cultural Capitals for STEM Students
CE-20.06 05/18/2020 Soheil Ansari Koob epub reader: A Digital Approach for Analyzing ESL Students’ Reading Activities
CE-20.05 05/13/2020 Ting Yin Integration of Deep Learning for Differentiation of Muscle Cells in Xenopus laevis
CE-20.04 05/13/2020 Dhwan Shah Koob Mobile Application Integrated with Data Interpretation Website
CE-20.03 05/08/2020 Jianfei Zhao Internet Application Development of YouDescribe Website
CE-20.02 02/19/2020 Umang Mathur System Development For Human-In-The-Loop Machine Experiments to increase Video Accessibility for Visually Impaired and Blind Users
CE-20.01 01/29/2020 Vipul Karanjkar Web Application to Classify Embryo Images
CE-19.11 12/09/2019 Dandan Cai Applying Improved Random Forest Explainability
CE-19.10 08/20/2019 Kunal Deepak Tambekar Building a Distributed Sensor Management Solution for Arduino-based Microcontrollers
CE-19.09 08/12/2019 Mrinalini Garre Web Application for Woman Owned Business
CE-19.08 07/24/2019 Gayatri Pise Wifi-Based Human Fall Detection Using Machine Learning
CE-19.07 07/24/2019 Krunal Shah Gesture Recognition with Wi-Fi Sensing in Smart Homes
CE 19.06 07/11/2019 Savankumar Patel Spam detection by message dissemination patterns on social networks
CE-19.04 07/11/2019 Aishwarya Laturkar Wifienabled Nonintrusive Realtime Fall Detection System
CE-19.05 07/11/2019 Richa Nahar User Authentication Using Wifi Enabled Finger Gesture Detection
CE-19.03 05/22/2019 Yordanos Mogos Computer Science Identity and its Influence in Developing Programming Skills
MT-19.01 05/07/2019 Paul Previde Applications of Data Mining to Student Performance Prediction and Curriculum Design
CE-19.02 05/06/2019 Sabiha Barlaskar From Explaining How Random Forest Classifier Predicts Learning of Software Engineering Teamwork to Guidance for Educators
CE-19.01 05/06/2019 Jizhou Yang RFEX 2.0 – Improved RF Explainability: Case study of single-cell transcriptomics dataset from J. Craig Venter Institute
CE-18.18 12/20/2018 Prateek Gupta Design And Implementation Of A Lightweight Setup And Firmware Management Framework for ESP-based Microcontrollers
CE-18.17 12/19/2018 Moses Lee CAWL/DSP CoreAudio Wrapper Library With Real Time DSP Effects
CE-18.16 12/18/2018 Ajinkya Chalke Mobile Adverse Event Reporting System (MAERS)
CE-18.15 12/17/2018 Cheng Li YouDescribe Android app – An Accessibility tool for adding Audiodescription to Online videos
CE-18.14 12/12/2018 Rajat Arora SuperCaly: Implementation of Emails, Server-side Encryption, Infrastructure Setup, and User Data Analysis
CE 18.13 12/05/2018 Lowell Milliken ARtPM: Article Retrieval for Precision Medicine
CE 18.12 12/03/2018 Supritha Amudhu A Web Based Interface for Automatic Molecular Docking and Related Tools
CE 18.11 08/03/2018 Syed Omer Salar Khureshi Java Call Stack Graph Tool
CE 18.10 07/30/2018 Lee Periolat Visualization of Network Traffic and Acceleration of Linear Solutions Using Graphics Processors
CE-18.09 07/13/2018 Chandra Pradyumna Adusumilli Labyrinth VR Application
CE 18.08 07/10/2018 Jose Ortiz-Costa A Framework for Knowledge Graph Based Question Answering
CE 18.07 07/09/2018 Boonyarit Uengtrakul Automatic Music Transcription Using Machine Learning Techniques
CE 18.06 05/16/2018 Sapan Tiwari Finger Gesture Recognition using Wi-Fi
MT- 18.05 05/14/2018 Katherine A. Fotion Feature Power: A New Variable Importance Measure for Random Forests
CE 18.05 05/09/2018 Lijie Zhou Spammer Detection on Social Networks
CE 18.04 05/07/2018 Xinlu Chen Waitless – Saving Time for Customers and Improving Operational Efficiency for Restaurants
MT- 18.04 05/03/2018 Mon-Shih Chuang Balancing Precision and Recall with Selective Search
MT-18.03 05/02/2018 Jeff Hung Model-Based Registration of Histological Images
CE-18.03 04/17/2018 Ammar Naqvi Software Obfuscation and Analyses
MT-18.02 03/14/2018 Swati Patel Using Topical Interests And Social Interactions To Identify Similar Twitter Users
CE-18.02 03/12/2018 Meghana Dayananda PGxAssist: A Retrieval and Summarization System for Pharmacogenomics Articles
MT-18.01 01/31/2018 Maya Belen Cervantes Gautschi Stark Automatic Detection and Segmentation of Shoulder Implants in X-ray Images
CE-18.01 01/25/2018 Madhura Patil YouDescribe Android App – An Accessibility Tool for Playing Audio Descriptions with Online Videos
CE-17.32 12/18/2017 Anshul Vyas Privacy Inspector: A Testing-Monitoring-Analyzing Tool for Enhancing Security on Android Devices
CE-17.31 12/11/2017 Xuan Zhang An Implementation of A Community Android Application
CE-17.30 12/08/2017 Aman Arora An Educational Tool for the Study of Programming Language Python
CE - 17.29 12/08/2017 Brook Thomas GeneDive - Gene Interaction Search and Discovery
CE-17.28 12/06/2017 Chanin Pithya-achariyakul Automated Question Answering System
CE-17.27 12/04/2017 Sai Krishna Undurthi Automated Testing of Best Practices for Android
CE-17.26 12/04/2017 Monal Patil EasyPool: Android application for Carpooling
CE- 17.25 12/01/2017 Tenzin Wangchuk Implementing OpenMRS UI/UX Functionality to RadiologyModule With DCM4CHEE
CE-17.24 11/17/2017 Siddhartha Sankasala An Educational Tool for the Study of Programming Language PHP
CE - 17.23 08/15/2017 Anu Aggarwal SuperCaly - A Smart Calendar Application
CE - 17.22 07/18/2017 Vishal Shankar mUzima Android: Implementing delta synchronization of Cohorts for OpenMRS
CE - 17.21 06/11/2017 Dusan Zika Cvetkovic Mobile Sensor-Based Application for Basketball Practice
CE - 17.20 06/05/2017 Ishwari Shevade An Educational Tool for the Study of Programming Language Ruby
CE-17.18 05/24/2017 Ketan Kapre LSP Evaluator - a Suitability Evaluation Tool Based On The LSP Method
CE-17.17 05/23/2017 Harini Parthasarathy OpenMRS 2.3 Drug order and Pharmacy Module
CE-17.16 05/23/2017 Abhijit Parate Document and Drawing Annotation module for OpenMRS
CE-17.15 05/23/2017 Kavya Reddy Katipally Enhancements to the Visit Notes Analysis module of OpenMRS
CE-17.14 05/19/2017 Sree Vidya Sastry An Analysis of Interpolative Logic Aggregators
CE-17.13 05/18/2017 Octavian Drulea bcikit: An Open Platform for Research and Development of Brain-Computer Interfaces
CE - 17.19 05/17/2017 Pooja Kanchan Instrumenting the Android Platform
MT-17.03 05/17/2017 Juris Puchin Machine Learning Analysis of Neuromuscular Signals in the Human Arm
CE-17.12 05/17/2017 Ye Cheng Android Application for Managing Photos Across Devices
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CE-17.10 05/16/2017 Abhilash Shrivastava Meet-The-Need An Application For Providing Courier Services Based On Sharing Economy Model
MT-17.02 05/15/2017 Benjamin Saylor Machine Learning for Optimized Ecosystem Models
CE-17.09 05/12/2017 Lev Trubov Characterization and Linear Decomposition of Benchmark Workloads
CE-17.08 05/12/2017 Zhitao Geng GuideMe: an Android Application letting Volunteers Navigate the Visually Impaired
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CE-17.06 05/11/2017 Hui Zhao Learning Path Application A JavaScript and Node.js Stack Based Implementation
CE-17.05 05/11/2017 Mahesh Singh Sawant EPUB-Reader Android App
CE-17.04 05/11/2017 Michael Lee Time-Efficient Information Collection in Multi-reader RFID Systems
MT-17.01 05/11/2017 Mariia Khvalchik Automatic Question-Answering System for Factoid & Non-Factoid Open-Domain Questions
CE-17.03 05/10/2017 Sisi Wei Visgraphs: A Web-Based Learning Tool For Visualization Of Graph Algorithms
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CE-17.01 05/09/2017 Haichuan Duan SuperCaly: Implementation of Chat, Email, Offline Synchronization & Friends Matching Modules
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CE-16.21 12/20/2016 Rujoota Shah SuperCaly App for iOS
CE-16.22 12/20/2016 Anthony Souza Design And Development Of Import And Backend Architecture Of Mobilizedb Software For Stanford University
MT-16.01 12/16/2016 Arthur Vigil Variable Importance in Microenvironment-based Protein Function Analysis
CE-16.20 12/16/2016 Weisong Lin Intelligent Music Website built using PHP&MySQL
CE-16.19 12/15/2016 Jens Vanderhaeghe World of Balance
CE-16.18 12/14/2016 Amurta Deshmukh Android Application - Family Protector
CE-16.17 12/13/2016 Yuan Wang Food-Disease-Gene Networks Visualization And Improvement
CE-16.16 12/13/2016 Yichen Liu General N Puzzle Sliding Game We Application
CE-16.15 12/09/2016 Yeqing Yan Porting TOS to Raspberry Pi
CE-16.14 11/08/2016 Kay Choi Tracking Bees Using Imaging Analysis
CE-16.13 08/12/2016 Harsha Cheruku A Gaia-based Privacy Monitor App for Firefox OS
CE-16.12 08/12/2016 Sammy Patenotte Privacy Monitor for Firefox OS
CE-16.11 08/11/2016 Rushab Indi Design And Development Of Query Subsystem Of MobilizeDB Software For Stanford University
CE-16.10 06/21/2016 Xuejing Dong Design and Development of Android Application, HTTP Web Service and XMPP Chat Component for SuperCaly Project
CE-16.09 05/25/2016 Nidhi Miglani Design, Development and Deployment of SETAP WWW Site and ML Training Database
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CE-16.05 02/10/2016 Pavitra Mukund Kansara Design and Development of InvesTICKations Android application, Web application and Website
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CE-16.03 01/22/2016 Suchi Vora A Systematic Study Of Twelve Feature Selection Algorithms And Their Impact On Text Classification Task
CE-16.02 01/08/2016 Jie Dong Extention to TypeScript
CE-16.01 01/08/2016 Yanxing Wang Design and Implementation of Primitive and Struct Type for the TypeScript Compiler
CE-16.02 01/06/2016 Jie Dong Extention to TypeScript
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CE-15.12 12/10/2015 Imran Alavi Development of a Reading Model using the Smart Reader Extension
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MT-15.01 05/13/2015 Justina Cotter Predicting Effects of Modifying Species Parameters in an Allometric Trophic Network Model
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CE-15.03 05/04/2015 Dainius Grimalauskas Development of ZomBee Watch iPhone Mobile Client
CE-15.02 04/03/2015 Mu Ye Gao Mutual Match Dating Website A PHP/MySQL Implementation
CE-15.01 03/09/2015 Bhavana Senapathi Social Media Review Harvester - Data Aggregation and Visualization
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CE-14.21 12/16/2014 Nicholas C. Mew Proteomics Online Tool Development and Design: FEATUREViz and WebFEATURE
CE-14.20 12/15/2014 Mayyin C. O'Neill Social Media Review Harvester
CE-14.19 12/12/2014 Lok Shing Tam Performance Analysis of Scripting Languages
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CE-14.17 11/19/2014 Joao Sousa Development and Evaluation of Citizen Science Application Using Android and Cloud Computing
CE-14.15 08/08/2014 Ashwin Neurgaonkar Taking WebFEATURE to the next level: Re-architecture & integration of multiple machine learning algorithms
CE-14.14 08/06/2014 Wei Wei FEATURE-Words: An Information Retrieval System to Identify and Investigate Protein Functional Classes
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CE-14.12 07/16/2014 Ping Xiao Analysis of Accuracy of Queuing Models
CE-14.11 05/16/2014 Sonal Dubey Tools for Data Collection in SETAP Project
CE-14.10 05/15/2014 Andrew Wen Guest-DJ - A Real Time Music Request Application
CE-14.09 05/15/2014 Alexander Birger Email Server for Archiving Field Observation Data
CE- 14.08 05/14/2014 Kleber Sales Performance Evaluation of Data Sensor Platform
CE-14.07 05/12/2014 Serdar Onal Configurable Android Observer Application for Restful Mongo Framework
CE-14.06 05/08/2014 Selman Kahya Smart-Read: Creating New Services by Assessing E-book User Activities
CE-14.05 05/07/2014 Hamid Salehpour Reconfigurable Android Observer App
CE-14.04 05/07/2014 Abhishek Savant Configurable Restful Mongo DB Framework for Mobile Applications
CE-14.03 05/02/2014 Sreenivasen Ramasubramanian Android Application for the Great Sunflower Project
CE - 14.02 04/25/2014 Elizabeth Neethi Joseph Android Mobile Application for SFSU Trees and Shrubs
CE-14.01 04/07/2014 Ning Jiang Internet application research and implementation "Student Books Purchase and Rent Website"
CE-13.17 12/18/2013 Akhil Ravindran Extending Radiology Module for OpenMRS using Dcm4chee as PACS
MT-13.07 12/11/2013 David Webster Systematic Review of Kinetic Applications in Elderly Care and Stroke Rehabilitation with an Experimental Evaluation of Accuracy and Capture Rate
CE-13.16 11/22/2013 Animish Valunjkar WiFi HotSpot for Observation Server Version 1
CE-13.15 11/20/2013 Yan Jin Development and Test of Arden Rules within the Decision Support System for OpenMRS 1.9
CE-13.14 10/30/2013 Jayant Khopale Android Data Collection Management Tool
CE-13.13 10/23/2013 Abinaya Sarva Mothilal Mobile Android Application for ZomBee Watch Citizen Science Project
CE-13.12 10/02/2013 Victor Woeltjen Cross-compilation of Android Applications to Web Applications
CE-13.11 07/08/2013 Bhavna Syal Foodie Tracker: Android Application and Web Application to Track Nutrition Intake
MT-13.06 06/28/2013 Dan Qiao A Case Study on Using Machine Learning Algorithms to Classify Textual Sentences
CE-13.10 05/29/2013 Sunil Kumar Rai GUI for Qiime (Visual Qiime)
CE-13.09 05/29/2013 Sajeev Nair Web Assessment Management System, Using Codeigniter & MySQL
MT-13.05 05/15/2013 Sergey Sergeev Analysis and Optimization of Machine Learning Based Medical Image Registration Framework
MT-13.04 05/15/2013 Marc Sosnick Use of General Purpose Graphics Processors for Realtime Sound Synthesis
CE-13.08 05/14/2013 Sahar Aghajani Genentech Genotype and Phenotype (gGAP)Registry Search Tool
CE-13.07 05/14/2013 Diego Dayan Porting and Extending the Decision Support System for OpenMRS to Version 1.9
CE-13.06 05/13/2013 Asim Zihnioglu Design and Development of ZomBee Watch Citizen Science Website
CE-13.05 05/10/2013 Tingting Sun Web-based House Search System: House for You
MT-13.03 05/09/2013 John Collins Machine Learning for Large Image Datasets
MT-13.02 05/08/2013 Oliver Newland Highly Loss-Sensitive Classification of Protein Crystallizaton Images
CE-13.03 04/26/2013 Divya Muthyala Android SNFCHerps Application with Bulk Observation Data Uploads
CE-13.04 04/26/2013 Meenal Nitin Honap Android Observer App V2 - SNFCHerps
MT-13.01 03/21/2013 Tyler Chapman High-Performance GPU Modeling of Triaxial Galaxy Clusters
CE-13.02 03/13/2013 Shenhaochen Zhu Using Random Forest Machine Learning to Assess and Predict Teamwork Learning in Software Engineering Class 2010
CE-13.01 02/27/2013 Vladimir Bukhin Parks Observer Server and Web Application
CE-12.26 12/17/2012 Navchetan Singh Interfacing an LSP Homebuyer Assistant System with Real Estate APIs
CE-12.25 12/17/2012 Pankaj Thakaji Gadge Development of Benchmaker Java (BMJ)
CE-12.24 12/14/2012 Nikita Attiguppe Dasharath Performance Analysis of Amazon Cloud
CE-12.23 12/14/2012 Aishwarya Iyer Data Collection and Management for Assessment of Teamwork in Software Engineering Education
CE-12.22 12/12/2012 Robert Theis Software Pipeline for Discovering Intron Polymorphisms from Samples of Closely Related Organisms
MT-12.01 12/12/2012 Cassidy Kelly A System for Extracting Study Design Parameters from Nutritional Genomics Abstracts
CE-12.21 12/07/2012 Prajakta Rane Botany Dichotomous Key Conversion System
CE-12.20 11/14/2012 Divya Reddy Anugu The Solar Opportunity Project
CE-12.19 11/08/2012 Markus Neubrand Cross-compiling Android applications to other platforms with XMLVM
CE-12.18 06/26/2012 Kasra Varzaghani The AIRR system; A Drupal based repository for academic program review
CE-12.17 06/11/2012 Tilila El Moujahid Voice over IP using IAX on 802.11s and the OLPC XO laptop
CE-12.15 06/01/2012 Jingjing Liu Software Quality Assurance Using Cloud Computing: Case Study
CE-12.16 06/01/2012 Harsh Vardhan Shrivastava Analysis of Aggregation Operators
CE-12.14 05/29/2012 Spoorthi Marina D Silva Mapping Objective-C API to Java
CE-12.13 05/25/2012 Gavin Dodd gSlideMobile - A Mobile Web Application for the Viewing and Annotation of Scanned Histological Slides
CE-12.12 05/18/2012 Ravnish Narula Enhancement of Explanation of Stanford WebFEATURE System for Function Prediciton in Protein Structures
CE-12.10 05/11/2012 Sonal P. Mahajan Enhancement of Middleware for Stanford WebFEATURE Project
CE-12.11 05/11/2012 Rebecca Ann Lawler Open Reconcile: A Practical Open-Source Ontology-driven Web Application for Term Reconciliation
CE-12.09 05/11/2012 Ryoichi Yokoohji LSP Suitability Maps for the Quality of Urban Locations
CE-12.08 05/02/2012 Asha Rani Hongenalli Chandrappa Pen Input for ER Design Tools
CE-12.06 04/25/2012 Nandeesh Channabasappa Rajashekar Android Field Identification and Data Collection Tool
CE-12.05 04/25/2012 Omkar B. Dangat Field Data Collection Using iOS Technology
CE-12.07 04/25/2012 Xuyuan Si Server for Dichotomous Key & Field Data Collection Application
CE-12.04 04/11/2012 Mani Brundha Kattamuri Distributed Apollo Annotations for ChadoDB
CE-12.03 03/26/2012 Nilaykumar Patel Improvement of the Visualization of Stanford WebFEATURE System for Function Prediction in Protein Structures
CE-12.01 03/07/2012 Nirajkumar Suthar Interval Overlap Tool for Genome Data Stored in Chado DB
CE-12.02 03/07/2012 Vishal Sharma Open Source ER Design Tools with Voice Input Mode
MT-11.08 12/14/2011 Miyuki Suzuki On Missing Organs in Multi-organ Segmentation with Atlas-Guided Approach
CE-11.14 12/07/2011 Joshua Melcon Automatic Memory Management on IOS Devices for Cross Compiled Java Applications
CE-11.15 12/07/2011 Jesus Villar olpcNET - A Collaboration Model
CE-11.12 12/02/2011 Jun Wang Animating Disk-Based Hashing Using AMAS
CE-11.13 12/02/2011 Wilson Kwok CE-11.13
CE-11.11 11/18/2011 Haraitha Subramanyam Transitive Closure of GO Ontology
CE-11.10 08/22/2011 Mandar Modgi Web Applications for Academic Bioinformatics Applications - case Study of Stanford FEATURE project
CE-11.09 08/16/2011 Wei Luo International Purchase Information Platform
MT-11.07 08/04/2011 Emory Omar Mark Al-Imam Managing Data in Mobile Contexts using Smartphones and Digital Pens
CE-11.08 08/02/2011 Manori Thakur Debugger on the Android Platform
MT-11.06 07/08/2011 William Murad MS2DB++: Disulfide Bond Determination by Combining Efficient Search and Machine Learning
CE-11.07 06/29/2011 Ameya Athalye Extending the DeBugger Game by Adding 3D Models and Testing Server Scalability
MT-11.05 05/18/2011 Jason D'Silva Visualizing Food-Disease-Gene Networks
MT-11.04 05/17/2011 Kayven Riese Evidence-Derived Proteome-Wide Subcellular Location – A Basis Partitioning for Classification Systems
CE-11.06 05/11/2011 Sindhu Gonaguntla Personalized Homepage Application
CE-11.05 05/11/2011 Ramakrishna Nadella Benchmarker Web Interface
CE-11.04 05/11/2011 Qianjun Yang Job Search Internet Application, A Drupal Based Implementation
CE-11.03 05/04/2011 Sean Ormbrek An Open Source Scientific Portal Application
MT-11.02 04/19/2011 Gurgen Tumanyan Recognition of Protein Binding Sites Using Support Vector Machines
MT-11.01 03/23/2011 Saurabh Gupte Mining Regular Spatio-Temporal Patterns in Multiple Protein Folding Trajectories
CE-11.02 02/23/2011 Runtang Wang Improvement of E-portfolio and Lesson Plan Creation Tool for Mild/Moderate Special Education Program at SFSU
CE-11.01 02/22/2011 Divya Smrithy Kommineni Personalized RSS Feed Portal
MT-10.06 12/15/2010 Yoshihiro Tanaka A Case Study of DHT Functionality: Range Query on DHT
CE-10.24 12/15/2010 Benjamin Tran Testing the OLPC School Server
CE-10.23 12/15/2010 Srijita Shrestha User Interface Design for Electronic Teamwork Assessment Tool (e-TAT)
CE-10.22 12/15/2010 Ryohei Nakata Multimedia E-commerce Web Application
CE-10.21 12/10/2010 Sanket Parab Design and Development of Architecture and System Integration for Electronic Teamwork Assessment Tool e-TAT
CE-10.20 12/09/2010 Jinesh Lalan Cloud Computing for Bioinformatics: An EC2 Case Study
CE-10.19 12/09/2010 Himanshu Bhaisare Automatic Generation of Java Benchmarks
CE-10.18 12/08/2010 Rahul Parte Performance Analysis of Computers with Multicore Processors
CE-10.17 12/01/2010 Anirudh Shukla RSS Feed Management System
CE-10.16 11/17/2010 Amruta Kanetkar EasyQuery: A Flexible Data Querying Tool for Complex Databases
MT-10.05 10/29/2010 Niranjan Timilsina Development of a Stained Cell Nuclei Counting System
CE-10.15 10/06/2010 Pranay Vadel Enhancing of eSurvey for Open Source Distribution
CE-10.14 09/29/2010 Gurdeep Singh Design and Development of the Survey Tool for Software Engineering Teamwork AssessmentÂ
CE-10.13 09/28/2010 Nidhi Maniyar Population Assignment Problem Utilizing Support Vector Machine Algorithm and Domain-Specific Distance Measures
CE-10.12 09/07/2010 Ravi Soni Database and Data Mining Tools for Electronic Teamwork Assessment Tool e-TAT
CE-10.10 08/03/2010 Vivekanand S. Rao Web Based Data Load Tool
CE-10.09 05/19/2010 Yang Yang Implementation of Work-flow Management System
MT-10.04 05/13/2010 Abhishek Sharma Semantics-Based Extraction of Relationships (SEMXTOR) in Biomedical Text
MT-10.03 05/12/2010 Rajesh Swaminathan Opinion Mining for Biomedical Data: Feature Space Design and Selection
CE-10.08 05/12/2010 Michalis Andreas Pittas Location Suitability Maps Based on the LSP Method
MT-10.02 05/12/2010 Yang Zhao Machine Learning Based Image Registration
CE-10.07 05/12/2010 Nicolas Roussis MyLSP Web Application and SWOT Framework Analysis
CE-10.06 05/12/2010 Tomi Haryanto iPage Personalized Web Page
CE-10.05 05/05/2010 Zhenning Tang The Authoring Subsystem v.2 for the Video Training System (VTS)
CE-10.04 05/05/2010 Duc N. Ta The Player Subsystem for the Video Training System (VTS)
MT-10.01 05/04/2010 Alex Plotitsa Counting Functions of Magic Labellings
CE-10.03 04/29/2010 Sara Ismail Tily GO Visual Browser
CE-10.02 04/22/2010 Yuko Yokobayashi Berger A Practical Robot Application for Use In Teaching Operating Systems
CE-09.16 12/17/2009 Marcello A. de Sales, Jr. A Key-Value-based Persistence Model for Sensor Networks
CE-09.17 12/17/2009 Ajay Mysore Hybrid Approach for Classifying and Summarizing Multiple Documents
MT-09.05 10/14/2009 Ngoc Lam-Miller An Electronic Portfolio and Assessment Management System
CE-09.15 10/08/2009 Xinhang Shao A Web-based Lesson Plan Creator for Mild/Moderate Special Education Program at SFSU
CE-09.14 10/07/2009 Rushan Cheng Personalized Homepage Using Web 2.0 Technologies
CE-10.11 08/17/2009 Surabhi Nigamn Storing & Analyzing Methylation Data in Chado DB
MT-09.04 08/13/2009 Teresa L. Johnson A Leaky Bucket Policing Agent for Site-wide Congestion Control
CE-09.12 08/12/2009 Zoran Milic Developing and Deploying a Prototype of "Nursetown", a 3D Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game in Education
CE-09.11 08/12/2009 Krishnan Devarajan Developing Customizable Personal Webpage
CE-09.13 08/12/2009 Neha Bhargava Dynamic Personalized Web Page
CE-09.10 07/30/2009 Ilias Konstantinidis An Aspect-Oriented Framework for XMLVM
CE-09.09 07/27/2009 Vaibhav Khedekar Entering and Configuring Complex Queries for Chado
CE-09.08 06/27/2009 Ashish Kshirsagar Visualizing and Querying General Application Schema
CE-09.07 06/22/2009 Jose Eguizabal Coagen, A Program for the Creation of Synthetic DNA Sequences
MT-09.03 06/19/2009 Benjamin Dalziel XMAS: An Experiential, Time Series Microarray Data Analysis System
MT-09.02 05/06/2009 Mehran Kafai Directional Mean Shift
CE-09.06 05/06/2009 Larry Quantz 3D Modeling Tool Enhancements for Polyphenism Study
MT-09.01 05/05/2009 Eric Gregory Learning Without Wires: Designing a Serious MMORPG for Science Education for Mobile Devices
CE-10.01 03/17/2009 Rohit Tandon Extending Support of the Educational and Collaboration System Sakai on BlackBerry Devices
CE-09.04 03/04/2009 Sadia Arslan Web 2.0 Customized Homepage Application
CE-09.05 03/04/2009 Titarat Thongchankaeo, Posthumous Authoring Subsytem for the Video Training System
CE-09.03 02/24/2009 Gary D. Thompson Teaching and Assessment Methods for Practical and Global Software Engineering Education
CE-09.02 02/18/2009 Rodrigo Esteban Salas Development of Computer-Aided Diagnosis System for Periapical Lesions
CE-09.01 02/03/2009 Yiyi Miao Pulmonary Structure Classification Using Bayesian Framework
CE-08.20 12/11/2008 Prajakta Pradeep Chakurkar A Benhmarking Comparison of TCP Reno and TCP Vegas
CE-08.19 12/11/2008 Varun Gulhane eTest2: Evaluation and Improvements
CE-08.18 12/05/2008 Amol Deodhar Web Based Event Generator for Network Management
CE-08.17 12/05/2008 Munawwar Peshimam Web Based Event Manager for Network Testing
CE-08.16 12/04/2008 Sandy Ngo Reintroduction of Control and Exception Structures to Java Byte Code
CE-08.15 12/03/2008 Kalpesh Gada User Interface for Chado Database Schema
CE-08.14 12/02/2008 Long Huynh Building a Scalable Data Management Framework
CE-08.12 11/19/2008 Prachi Gujar Improving Performance of Queries for Chado Database Schema
CE-08.11 11/19/2008 Zheng Xu NetBeans Module to Map ER Schema Into EJB 3.0 Java Persistence
CE-08.13 11/19/2008 Alison Hughes Embedded Wireless MIDI Control Over IEEE 802.11 Using RTP MIDI
CE-08.10 11/13/2008 Jessica Lee Byte Code Transformations in XMLVM: A Declarative Approach
CE-08.09 11/07/2008 Devang Shah 3D Virtual World Development for Multiplayer Game, "Nursetown" for Nursing Education
CE-08.08 08/11/2008 Abhishek Rao A Workflow Management System for Web Server Benchmarking
CE-08.07 08/11/2008 Pamela Das Provenance Management for Scientific Data
MT-08.06 07/22/2008 Michael Scott Bishop Motion Capture Data Transformation
CE-08.06 07/07/2008 Jody Vandergriff WebDAM: Web-Based Digital Asset Management Platform for Academic Use
CE-08.05 06/13/2008 Umakant Gundeli A Scripting Approach to Automate TCP Benchmarking
MT-08.05 06/13/2008 Edgar Kwen-Wei Liu MICA: 3D Medical Image Collaborative Annotator
MT-08.04 06/13/2008 Lawrence Rocco Varela An Automated Approach for Chromosome Territory Simulation
CE-08.04 05/23/2008 Jalpa P. Trivedi Data Mining Using Existing Dichotomous Keys
MT-08.03 05/07/2008 Steve Rysavy Segmentation of Periapical Lesions
MT-08.02 05/07/2008 Arturo Flores Classification of Large Periapical Lesions
CE-08.02 04/23/2008 Aditi R. Oza Dichotomous Key Storage and Reduction
CE-08.03 04/23/2008 Maria Villarreal GradeBook: A Grading Tool for Moodle
CE-08.01 04/10/2008 Ramin Safaie Biogenetic Publication Reference Database
MT-08.01 03/14/2008 Lin Han An Effective Approach to Identifying and Categorizing Evolving 3D Structural Motifs in Protein Folding Data
CE-07.30 12/14/2007 Bilsay Yildirim eTest: A System to Automate Testing for Introductory Level Software Developers
CE-07.29 12/13/2007 Rohit Kataria New Meta-Schema for New ER Design Tools – Front End
CE-07.26 12/12/2007 Anupama Sharma Web Archive Analyses Tool
CE-07.28 12/11/2007 Jenny Gutierrez A Tool for Specifying and Retrieving Data Provenance
CE-07.27 12/11/2007 Supakit Kiatrungrit Framework for Serious Game with Easily Pluggable Content
CE-07.25 12/06/2007 Rahul Kataria Generic Schema Conversion Code for New ER Design Tools Server
CE-07.24 12/05/2007 Rony Lim Exons Embedded in Intron Sequences
CE-07.23 10/17/2007 David Frank CluViz – A Web-Based Cluster Health Visualization Application
CE-07.22 10/05/2007 Sugam Khokhani Fully Implementing SQL3 User Defined Types in the ER Design Tools
CE-07.21 06/13/2007 Shalin Patel XNetEm: A Linux based network emulation tool
CE-07.20 06/01/2007 Jianming Luo FAST TCP Congestion Control Module Implementation and Evaluation in Linux Kernel 2.6
CE-07.19 05/30/2007 Danielle Gilbert Validation of Support Vector Machine Techniques for Assessment of Genotype-Phenotype Association
CE-07.18 05/23/2007 Vaidehi Mehta Image Annotation
CE-07.17 05/21/2007 Jae-Woo Park Web Development of Collaboration and Learning Environment through Sakai Community Source
CE-07.16 05/15/2007 Greydon Buckley Interfacing the LSP Method with e-commerce Web Sites
CE-07.15 05/15/2007 Tharawit Disyawongs Customizer of LSP Method for Nonprofessional Users
CE-07.14 05/15/2007 Jian Hui Zhen A Tool for Visualization and Animation of Aggregation Operators (VISAG)
CE-07.13 05/15/2007 Peter Kacherginsky Systems Security Evaluation Using LSP Method
CE-07.12 05/10/2007 Haishi Bai Evaluation and Comparison of Search Engines Using the LSP Method
MT-07.01 05/09/2007 Eric Etu An Algorithm For Deriving Characteristic Polynomials Of Hyperplane Arrangements
CE-07.11 05/08/2007 Igor Myroshnichenko Mapping ER Schemas to OWL Ontologies in the SFSU ER Design Tools
CE-07.10 05/08/2007 Syed Ali WAN Emulator: A tool for emulating networks with packet delay and loss
CE-07.09 05/04/2007 Neha Arora Video Database API for the MouseCam Project
CE-07.08 04/25/2007 Stacie Riddle Video Database API for the MouseCam Project
CE-07.06 04/17/2007 Suhel Parekh Encryption Techniques for Annotizer
CE-07.07 04/16/2007 Swaroop Bangalore Suresh Web Based Data Management System for Experimental Data
CE-07.05 03/28/2007 Ufuk Okuyuku Peer Selection in DHT
CE-07.03 03/20/2007 I-Yang Hsiao The Management System for Annotizer WWW Annotation System
CE-07.02 03/09/2007 Aizaz Hakro Multicast for Parallel Stream Processing
CE-07.01 03/07/2007 Hendra Lim A Computer Vision-Based Approach for Biological Phenotyping Using Joint Probability Distribution and ROI Hierarchy Approach
CE-06.15 12/22/2006 Chunyong Fei Incorporating Global Sketch Features into Digital Ink Clustering
CE-07.04 12/13/2006 Tushar Vaish Workflow Management System in a Jini Network
CE-06.12 12/12/2006 Amar Shah Enhanced Interactive Online Classroom System with Automatic Video Indexing
CE-06.14 12/12/2006 Juan Camilo Pinzon Event-based Personal Multimedia Management
CE-06.11 12/01/2006 Edward Otis Johnson III HIVM, An Application for Prediction of HIV Drug Resistance using Support Vector Machine Algorithm
CE-06.10 11/17/2006 Tammy Pui Shan Chan FreeFlow - Information Management and Analysis Tool for Drug Discovery
CE-06.09 11/14/2006 Bibek Bhattarai Event-based Modeling and Analysis of Web Database Usage Patterns
CE-06.08 10/20/2006 Cenk Perkiner Design of Collaborative WWW site for Hedgehog Gene Pathway Data
CE-06.07 09/22/2006 Anita Bhatt Adding a Native XML Database to the Newer ERTools XML Databus
CE-06.06 09/13/2006 Wei-Cheng Sun A flexible and scalable Really Simple Syndication application using OpenDHT
CE-06.05 08/29/2006 Niveditha V. Thondoti Validating TCP tuning parameters over Wireless links
MT-06.02 08/15/2006 Yi-Chun Nikko Cheng Length Prediction of Straight Gestures Pen-based Applications
CE-06.04 08/11/2006 Preeti Malik FreeFlow – Drug Database and Analysis Tool
CE-06.03 08/11/2006 Ya-Wen Hsu Exploring Alternative Strategies for Presentation of Results from Web Searches
CE-06.02 08/04/2006 Sheng Huang Audio Mode Output for ER Design Tool
MT-06.01 07/26/2006 Tracie-Lynne Hong 3D Modeling Through Generic Part Morphing and Image Matching
CE-06.01 07/03/2006 Navdeep Singh Sandhu Mapping ER/SQL Schema into XML Schema