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Designing a Publish-Substrate for Privacy/Security in Pervasive Environments
The emergence of a multitude of technologies for tracking locations is leading to the design of pervasive location-tracking environments. In order to explore issues in the design of such environments, the University of ...
Evaluating Market Conditions: A simplified Approach for Analyzing Stock Price Activity
To simplify the process of determining which actions an investor should take, all application that provides a list of trade to be placed each morning was designed. Because the application gives signals on the long and the ...
Degree-constrained Minimum Latency Trees are APX-Hard
When transmitting data from a single source to many recipients, it is often desirable to use some recipients of the stream to re-broadcast the stream to other users. In such multicast systems each client may be used as a ...
Interface-based Programming Assignments and Automatic Grading of Java Programs
AutoGrader is a framework developed at Miami University for the automatic grading of student programming assignments written in the Java programming language. AutoGrader leverages the abstract concept of interfaces, brought ...
Using the Inverted Classroom to teach Software Engineering
An inverted classroom is a teaching environment that mixes the use of technology with hands-on activities. In an inverted classroom, typical in-class lecture time is replaced with laboratory and in-class activities. Outside ...