Student Research

In Fall 2009-Spring 2010 academic year, 3 undergraduate students and 8 graduate students were involved in research. Student research resulted in 2 chalk talks, 9 posters, 9 peer-reviewed conference papers and 3 journal papers coauthored jointly with their academic advisors.

Publications

Below is a list of publications made by the students of this department during the Fall 2009-Spring 2010 academic year. Student names are displayed like this: John Doe. While faculty names are displayed below in this manner: Jane Roe.

Journal Publications

  • Chen B., Johnson M., &endash;Protein Local 3D Structure Prediction by Super Granule Support Vector Machines (Super GSVM)&endash;, BMC Bioinformatics, 10 (Suppl 11):S15, October 2009.
  • Sun Y., Zhou Y., Feng Z., He Z. and Sun S., &endash;Incremental Rate Control for H.264/AVC Video Compression,&endash; The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) Image Processing, Vol.3, Issue 5, pp. 286-298, 2009. (Acceptance Rate: 25%)
  • Zhou Y., Sun Y., Feng Z. and Sun S., &endash;New Rate-Distortion Modeling and Efficient Rate Control for H.264/AVC Video Coding,&endash; Elsevier Journal of Signal Processing - Image Communication, Volume 24, Issue 5, pp. 345 -356, 2009. (Acceptance Rate: 31%)

Peer-Reviewed Conference Publications

  • Chen G., C. Hu, &endash;A Computational Study on Window-Size Selection in Stock Market RILS Interval Forecasting&endash;, Proceedings of 2009 World Congress on Computer Science and Information Engineering CSIE09, Vol. 2, pp. 297-301, Los Angeles, CA, April 2009. (acceptance rate 48.6%)
  • Chen G., Johnson M., Marupally P., Singireddy N., Yin X., V. Paruchuri, &endash;Combating Typo-Squatting for Safer Browsing&endash;, Proc. of 5th International Symposium on Frontiers of Information Systems and Network Applications (FINA 2009), pp. 31-36, in conjunction with IEEE AINA, May 26-29, 2009, Bradford, UK.
  • Kockara S., Yip V., Mete M., &endash;Balls hierarchy: Image segmentation by graph spanner&endash;, Biomedical Imaging: From Nano to Macro, IEEE ISBI '09, pp. 514 - 517, July 2009. (acceptance rate 17%)
  • Marupally P., Paruchuri V., Chellappan S, &endash;Privacy Preserving Portable Health Record (P^3HR)&endash;, in IEEE Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Network-Based Information Systems, pp. 310 &endash; 315, August 19-21, 2009, Indianapolis, USA. (NBiS 2009, acceptance rate: 37%)
  • Talley M., &endash;A Unified Discovery Service for Service Oriented Architectures&endash;, Proc. of the ALAR 2009 Conference, pp. 30-37, 2009.
  • Winters T., Johnson M., Paruchuri V., "LITS: Lightweight Intelligent Traffic Simulator," Proc. of the 1st International Workshop on Emerging Mobile Networks (EMNs), in conjunction with 12th International Conference on Network-Based Information Systems (NBiS), pp. 386-390, Aug. 2009.
  • Yin X., Tian L., Stancil J. D., Sun Y, &endash;New Rate-Complexity Modeling for H.264/AVC Video Compression&endash; Proc. of the ALAR 2009 Conference, pp. 60-66, 2009.
  • Yip V., Young P., Marupally P., &endash;Evaluation of Methods Used for Measuring Individual Performance on Group Projects.&endash; Proc. of the ALAR 2009 Conference, pp. 72-79, 2009.
  • Zhou Y., Sun Y., Ahmad I. and Sun S., &endash;Joint Rate-Distortion Model for H.264/AVC Rate Control&endash;, Proceedings of IEEE International Conference on Image Processing (ICIP 2009), Cairo, Egypt, Nov. 2009. (Acceptance Rate: 45.8%)
  • Sun Y., Zhou Y., Feng Z., He Z., &endash;An Incremental Basic Unit Level QP Determination Algorithm for H.264/AVC Rate Control,&endash; Proceedings of SPIE Symposium on Visual Communications and Image Processing (VCIP 2009), San Jose, Jan. 2009. (Acceptance rate: ~65%)
  • Tian L., Yin X., Sun Y., Sun S., &endash;Accurate Bit Prediction for Intra-Only Rate Control,&endash; Proceedings of IEEE International Conference on Multimedia and Expo, pp. 41-44, New York, USA, June 2009. (ICME 2009, Acceptance rate of oral presentation: 22%)

Presentations

  • Professional Conferences
    • Chen G. and Hu C., &endash;Analyzing Stock Market Interval Data with Fourier Transformation&endash; SIAM Conference on Computational Science and Engineering, Miami, FL, March 2-6, 2009.
  • Invited Presentations
    • Chen G. and Hu C., &endash;A Modified Rolling Interval Least Squares Algorithm for Volatile Data Predictive Analysis&endash;, Academy of Mathematics and Systems Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China, May 27, 2009

Poster Symposium

The poster symposium is time when all the undergraduate college researhers make a large poster discussing their poster. They then gather together to speak with to ask and answer questions.

Advisor's Name Researcher(s) Topic
Hu C. Chen G. Volatile Data Predictive Analysis with Interval Methods
Paruchuri V. Johnson M., Winters T. Intelligent Traffic Lighting System
Chen Bernard Johnson M. Protein Local 3D Structure Prediction by Super Granule Support Vector Machines (SGSVMs)
Paruchuri V. Marupally P. R. P3HR: Privacy-aware Portable Personal Health Records using Smart Cards
Sun Y. Stancil J. D. Video Segmentation for Wireless Video Transmissions
Sun Y. Swope M. Research of Three-Dimensional, Virtual Reality Display Using the Nintendo Wii Remote
Sun Y. Yin X., Tian L., Stancil J. D. A New Rate-Complexity Model for H.264/AVC Video Rate Control
Kockara S. Yip V. Towards Painter Identification Using Balls Hierarchy
Young P. Yip V., Marupally P. R. Evaluation of Methods Used for Measuring Individual Performance on Group Projects

Chalk Talks

Chalk talks occurs several times throughout the Fall and Spring semesters. They involve undergraduate student researchers giving a brief presentation informing their peers and faculty of the College what they have been researching. During the Fall 2009/Spring 2010 academic year 2 undergraduate students were involved.

Advisor's Name Researcher Topic
Sheng S. Irvin L. Search Algorithm
Sun Y. Yin X. Rate &endash; Complexity Modeling & Rate Control for H.264/AVC Video Compression