• An adaptive non-polling HCCA mechanism for streaming video QOS in IEEE 802.11E network 

    Lin, Szchyuan (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2011)
    Deployment of wireless networks has risen rapidly in the last decade thanks to their convenience and flexibility. Meanwhile, multimedia service has grown to be the main part of the network traffic. As a result, Quality of ...
  • Enhancing collaboration by providing a shared environment in wEMBOSS 

    Muddasani, Prathyusha (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2011)
    wEMBOSS, a web interface for EMBOSS suite of programs, is a powerful tool developed to serve the needs of molecular biology user community. It started as a coordinated effort from Martin Sarachu of the Argentinean EMBnet ...
  • Fault tolerant and highly available entitlement server 

    Singh, Harcharan (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2011)
    The current project is based, in part, on the use of Shibboleth to provide restricted access to resources via the web. These services and the incorporation of a separate Entitlement Server provide fine-grained access to ...
  • High-accuracy skin lesion segmentation and size determination 

    Shin, Jae Won (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2011)
    Melanoma is one of the most common skin cancers. 5% of all cancer cases that occur in a year are cases of skin cancer and many people die each year by melanoma because of late recognition. Moreover, the number of new cases ...
  • Implementing X.509 security certificate based authentication in a virtual organization 

    Shirole, Veerendra (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2011)
    In recent years, research institutions have shown great interest in forming Virtual Organizations (VO) as a cost effective alternative to maintaining dedicated resources for computationally intensive tasks. Shibboleth is ...
  • Mining host-pathogen interaction from biomedical literature 

    Thieu, Thanh (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2011)
    With infectious diseases affecting humans, animals, and plants, the knowledge on mechanisms of infection is critical in designing drugs as well as developing therapeutic cures against pathogenic organisms. Our understanding ...
  • PIR sensing array for fall detection 

    Moore, Michael James, 1983- (University of Missouri-Columbia, 2011)
    The purpose of the Fuzzy PIR Fall Detection Array is to keep the elderly safe by providing a means for an immediate response to falls while still allowing them to enjoy the same independence they felt before fall detection ...