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Theses/Dissertations from 2020
Applications of Machine Learning in Spectrum Sensing for Cognitive Radios, Abdalaziz Ibrahim Osman Mohammed
Process Planning for Assembly and Hybrid Manufacturing in Smart Environments, Mostafa Abdelrahman Mohamed Abdelrahman Moussa
Modeling And Simulation Of a Continious Folding Process Of An Origami Pattern, Prabhu Muthukrishnan
Using isotopic niche dynamics to predict resiliency to climate change in an Arctic seabird, Kyle John Lee Parkinson
Parallel Implementation of Privacy Preserving Multi-Layer Neural Networks, Dipeshkumar Shaileshkumar Patel
A Simulation Environment with Reduced Reality Gap for Testing Autonomous Vehicles, Kaival Kamleshkumar Patel
Accelerated Testing of Bearings for High Speed Application, Nikunj Rashmikant Patel
Amenability Of Cayley graphs Through Use Of Folner's Conditions, Nikita Anne Paulick
Smart Product Design Methodology, Abdullah Qutb
Chordal Graphs and Their Relatives: Algorithms and Applications, Md Zamilur Rahman