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    • Updating Existing Technologies at HUMANeX Ventures : From The Perspective of An International Student 

      Peterkin, Sean (2018)
      This paper intends to give the reader an understanding of how it is working at a small company in the United States for the first time, and the importance of believing in one’s ability to learn and adapt quickly in such ...
    • The Use and Applicability of Timeline Interfaces 

      Scholl, Anders (2003)
      A common method of representing data is as a collection of attributes. An entry in a bibliography might consist of a title, an author, a publication date, and an ISBN number. A study of the distribution of certain ...
    • The Use of Scientific Computing in the Pulp and Paper Industry 

      Chrzanowski, Jozef Michael (2000)
      Scientific computing can be broken down into many categories and uses. While attending Kalamazoo College, my study and use of scientific computing has been limited to learning basic concepts and working on small projects ...
    • Using Mobile Devices to Track Assets 

      Hoang, Trung (2012)
      This paper describes my work at Vistracks over the summer 2011 including my research, and implementation of a project called Monitor My Property, as well as working on some other tasks. During the process I have found ...
    • Utilization of a Chrome Extension to Analyze the Web Browser Window 

      Shaker, Sharif (2019)
      While working as an intern at IBM, the author developed an application called Windex that was designed to search and monitor the global variables of a web browser. The goal of this paper is to outline the process of ...
    • Utilizing a Database to Support Consulting Engagements 

      Cho, Philip (2015)
      I spent the summer of 2014 working as an intern in Chicago, Illinois at Crowe Horwath, a leading Public Accounting and Consulting firm. My internship experience focused on work using business applications such as SQL and ...
    • The Value of Experience for a Programmer 

      Joh, Kevin (2015)
      This is an experiential Senior Individualized Project. In it I recount my experience at VisTracks Inc. This recollection serves, to express personal growth and critical reflection. As a college student, I have found my ...
    • Virtual Mail Server 

      Brook, Andrew (2006)
      Throughout my professional career, I've been deeply involved in setting up and maintaining computer systems, including many email systems. The majority of those email systems have been set up in a very traditional and ...
    • Virtual Reality : A Deeper Observation 

      Martinson, Barthelemy (2017)
      Virtual Reality has been subject to a lot of attention these last few years following the impact it has had in the realm of entertainment. As the attention and media coverage continues to grow, a lot of people don’t really ...
    • Web Servers 

      Dilno, David L., II (1995)
      In September of 1995, I acquired an internship position at I/Net, Inc. of Kalamazoo. I was hired as a software tester for one of their products. The product was a web server that ran on the IBM AS/400 platform. It was ...
    • Why I Had to Break iTrax; A Discussion of PDT, ISO and TQM 

      Beights, Andrew S. (2001)
      This project deals with a company's pursuit of quality and standardization to facilitate that company's goal of being their client's first choice. I detail my internship responsibilities at Portable Data Technologies, ...
    • Windows NT and the TCP/IP Networking Protocol 

      Sobeck, Philip (1998)
      When deciding the topic for my SIP, I wanted to do something that could be used in my job after college. My family owns a small restaurant chain in the metro Detroit area, and that is where I am going to be employed after ...
    • A Winter Study in SNOBOL 

      Piehl, Robin Herrick (1985)
      As a SIP project, I chose to work on an implementation of SNOBOL4 for the VAX 11/750. Since SNOBOL4 is an interpretive language, I first wrote Pascal procedures to translate SNOBOL4 source code into Pascal linked list ...
    • Women in Computer Science 

      Diaz, Melany R. (2016)
      Women have played a crucial role in the evolution of computing, dating as far back as the development of the first algorithm intended to be carried out by a machine, by Ada Lovelace in the 19th century. Yet even with this ...
    • Work Experience at GMI Engineering and Management Institute 

      Ryan, Robert (1985)
      The following Senior Individualized Project is organized as a series of appendices that detail the project I worked on during my stay at GMI Engineering and Management Institute. My project was performed under the ...
    • A Working SIP at Pontiac Motor Division 

      Piehl, Forrest L. (1984)
      As part of a General Motors Scholarship, I did my Senior Individualized Project at Pontiac Motor Division of General Motors Corporation in Pontiac, Michigan. I worked there as an intern from September 4 through December ...
    • A Working SIP at the Upjohn Company 

      Whaley, Gerald Thomas (1986)
      The author describes his internship as a programmer at The Upjohn Company designing the forms, editing the programming, performing data corrections, and designing reports for a clinical trial.
    • A Working SIP: Kellogg Biological Research Station 

      Lewis, Greg (1986)
      From the period of September 20th through December 20th I participated in an internship at the Kellogg Biological Research Station (KBS) as a software developer. My Supervisor, John Gorentz, is the system manager of ...
    • A World of Traits: An Analysis of Computer-Simulated Trait-Based Social Networks 

      Warner, Rebecca J. (2004)
      This paper is a detailed description of my work on a project of computer modeling of trait-based social networks. The research was undertaken under the supervision of Dr. Jan Tobochnik, chair of the Physics Department ...
    • The Year 2000 Problem in Information Systems Industry: A Focus on What Can Be Done and the Effects in Public, Private, and Individual Sectors 

      Haffey, Katherine (1997)
      Once the clock ticks over to January 1, 2000 00:00:01, computer programs worldwide could fail because of a tiny programming error, wreaking havoc on governments, businesses, and households. For years, the media has taken ...