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    • Joint Capacity Planning at Royal Maccabees 

      Duncan, Christina L. (1990)
      During the fall quarter of 1990, I was employed part-time at Royal Maccabees Life Insurance Company in Southfield, Michigan. I was supervised by Tom J. Wilkinson, Director of Data Processing Services in the Management ...
    • Keywording Patient Data by Computer 

      Rosenberg, Jonathan B. (1976)
      The Vascular Surgery Laboratory at Harper Hospital is both a clinical and a research lab working as part of Wayne State University's Medical School. The lab sees patients with vascular disorders who are part of the general ...
    • A Life-changing Case Study in Mobile Application Development 

      Guedes, Guilherme Teles de Carvalho (2015)
      This paper is targeted to college students with the desire to build their own companies. I will do my best to provide relevant information that will help other students transform an idea into something people could use ...
    • Logic and some Applications to Computer Science 

      Arthur, Kenneth W. (1987)
      The study of logic has made two important contributions to computer science in general and artificial intelligence in particular. These contributions are logical programming languages and automated reasoning. This paper ...
    • A Look Into Video Game Development 

      Willey, Travis (2006)
      Video Games are always going to be popular. They have survived for many years and bring in new audiences with each generation. As technology advances, so will the video game. There will always be jobs available and a ...
    • Low Cost Neuromotor Evaluation and Rehabilitation Technologies 

      Rodseth, Jakob D. T. (2016)
      Under the guidance of Chandramouli Krishnan Ph.D., director of the University of Michigan NeuRRo Lab, the author developed and validated two tools for neuromoter evaluation and rehabilitation: a driving simulator for ...
    • Machine Learning and Epilepsy: Classifying Epileptic Brain States Using Sugihara Causality Networks 

      Kamalaldin, Kamal (2017)
      Epilepsy is a brain disease that profoundly affects the personal lives of its patients as well as the health care system needed to address it. Machine learning is a field of computer science experiencing a renaissance ...
    • The Making of Capek, an Interactive C Tutorial 

      McCarthy, James R. (1991)
    • Mapp : An Archaeological Mapping Application 

      Fletcher, Emily (2018)
      The author describes the process of designing a mobile phone app to assist archaeologists in the process of documenting and storing their field work digitally.
    • Massively Parallel Processor Machines: The Present and Future of Superconputing 

      Baker, Kirby L. (1993)
      For my Senior Individualized Project, I researched the new age of supercomputers called Massively Parallel Processor machines(MPP's). MPP's are the present and future of supercomputing, putting to rest the traditional ...
    • MATCOMP: A Program to Interact with Two Linear Algebra Packages 

      Kienle, Steven (1982)
      This SIP is the culmination of two separate projects: a programming project, and a research project. The programming project involved developing a program that interacts with two matrix computation packages, LINPACK and ...
    • Mathematical Models of Molecular Transitions 

      Einspahr, John (2002)
      During our summer of research, we attempted to enhance the mathematical modeling of the transition between conformational structures of molecules. We began our attempt by learning the general features of the mathematical ...
    • Modern Email Security Concerns : Threats to Email Privacy and Privacy Solutions 

      Fowler, John (2017)
      The modern criminal does not need brute force anymore to steal someone’s money or private information. Criminals that use email in nefarious ways can be harmful to the government, business and everyday citizens. Whether ...
    • Object Oriented Approaches to the Generation of Process Control Applications 

      Wold, Jason Arthur (1994)
      I originally envisioned a completely design-based project, focusing almost entirely on the logical design of the hypothetical Senior Individualized Project Process Control Application Generation Engine (SIPCAGE), however, ...
    • Object-Oriented Programming: Basic Concepts 

      Barnum, Mark (1991)
      Object-oriented design and object-oriented programming are deemed by some the salvation of the programming world. With the complexity of hardware increases vastly diminishing the increases in complexity of software, ...
    • Obvis-V2: A Visualization Tool for Teaching Object-Oriented Programming Concepts In Java 

      Connell, Beth Harkness (2001)
      This paper examines the advantages of visualization and what to look for in a good visualization tool. After a brief summary of some other Object Oriented visualization tools and techniques, this paper will describe Obvis ...
    • On the Creation and Development of the WHAT (Ware House Analysis Tool) 

      Rosen, Elana (2014)
      This Senior Individualized Project (SIP) is an in--‐depth report of my summer internship at MJS Packaging in Livonia, MI and of a tool I developed for their use. The tool is part of a ...
    • The Online Workorder: A Java Development Application 

      Treadwell, William Scott (1999)
      This SIP was about learning the Java programming language, and about developing a product for a company that had never been done before. Java is a unique language that allowed me to develop this program with little concern ...
    • OPA: An Othello Playing Algorithm 

      Bjornson, Robert D. (1983)
      Human intelligence seems to be closely related to flexibility and generalization, in agreement with current opinion characterizing human thought as heuristic and mechanical models as largely algorithmic. The Othello program ...
    • An Overview of Optical Character Recognition Processes at Canon Research America 

      Evans, Colin (1996)
      Optical character recognition (OCR) is the process of taking a bitmap picture and converting it into a text document. Character recognition has many useful applications, such as eliminating the need for storing paper ...