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  • Automated Protein Classification Using Rigidity Analysis 

    Schirf, Courtney Lenna (2011-06-01)
    Proteins are one of the most important biological structures found in nature. Consequently, the ability to determine a protein’s function quickly and accurately is of considerable importance to the scientific community. ...
  • Capturing, persisting, and querying the provenance of scientific data 

    Taskova, Sofiya (2012-06-04)
    Scientists use technology ubiquitously to collect and process data. They often use software to handle massive datasets and produce scientific results, which they post on the web, making them readily available to the public. ...
  • Digitizing the Public Space 

    Pi, Chloe
    This thesis is about the politically unacknowledged, and their rebellion to be visible. Specifically, the tension lies in the emergence of political participation in the digital front, which has contributed significantly ...
  • Making Bridge Accessible To The Visually Impaired 

    DeJordy, Allison (2012-06-20)
    Bridge is an entertaining card game enjoyed by many, particularly senior citizens. In addition to being enjoyable, playing bridge involves a large amount of strategy and challenges the player's memory. Studies have shown ...
  • “Who’s There?”: Designing Sensor-Aided Wearable Assistive Technology for the Visually-Impaired 

    Palani, Srishti
    Approximately 4% of the world’s population is visually impaired, with 65% of them over age 50; and an estimate of 90% of them living in low and middle-income countries. While these numbers are shocking, the bigger challenge ...