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  • Almutairi, Raghad; Godavarthi, Abhishek; Reddy Kotha, Arthi (2022-06-04)
    Credit card use is not always the best way to use for payments, but the most demonstrable payment mode is through the credit card for both offline as well as for online payments, which can result in deficit of funds. As ...
  • Kittisupakorn, Srisuda (2021-04-28)
    This research focused on how the quality of life affected in term of healthcare, education, and parent’s income. Data analyses review the difference percentage of children without attending school and parent’ s income ...
  • Nakano, Fernando; Pilli, Nanditha; Cirtain, Melissa; Turner, Gabrila (2021-04-28)
    If you have followed the news in US between January and February in 2021, an event occurred on the stock market: a group of people on a subreddit forum WallStreetBets a longstanding subreddit that had over 3.5M Reddit ...
  • Antonova, Helen; Liao, Spencer; Chandra Sai Pamidimukkala, Eswara (2022-06-08)
    According to the 2021 Report from the World Health Organization (WHO), more than 700,000 people have taken their life. Suicide can be prevented but so far most of the efforts to do so have fallen short. However, the use ...
  • Xu, Ge (2021-04-28)
    The best way to predict the future is to study the past. This is one of the basic ideas behind big data analytics. As an example, some presidents utilize a data-driven approach in their campaign for the elected presidency. ...
  • Wilson, Carlton (2021-04-30)
    Banks are slowly recovering from the COVID 19 pandemic. This is the effect of The American Rescue Plan of 2021. As a result, consumers are spending and putting money back into the economy. As we begin to see light at the ...
  • Tran, Thao (2021-04-28)
    The importance of learning about where and how coronavirus has entered the United States will help further our understanding of the disease. According to CDC, the first coronavirus case in the US has been identified ...
  • AlGhamdi, Ghazi; Laskey, Kathryn B.; Wang, Xun; Barbará, Daniel; Shackelford, Thomas; Wright, Edward J.; Fitzgerald, Julie (2006-03-06)
    This paper presents an innovative use of human behavior models for detecting insider threats to information systems. While most work in information security concerns detecting and responding to intruders, violations of ...
  • Zhang, Jeremy (2021)
    A child’s education during adolescence is essential for mental and confidence development. As one is exposed to a constantly changing learning environment, unaccounted factors are extremely detrimental. One such factor is ...
  • Lancaster, Brandon (2022-05)
    Conducting human subjects research has some challenges for bioengineers such as lack of repeatability of bio-signals, IRB approval and recruitment. The COVID-19 pandemic has made it even more difficult for researchers ...
  • Mirzaeian, Ali; Kosecka, Jana; Homayoun, Houman; Mohsenin, Tinoosh; Sasan, Avesta (2021)
    This paper proposes an ensemble learning model that is resistant to adversarial attacks. To build resilience, we introduced a training process where each member learns a radically distinct latent space. Member models are ...
  • Vargas, Merlyn (2020-05)
    DNA nanotechnology has great potential as a platform to enhance neural engineering approaches. DNA based nanoparticles are biocompatible and easy to functionalize [1]. Peptides or proteins can be conjugated to DNA nanoparticles ...
  • Costa, Paulo C. G.; Laskey, Kathryn B.; AlGhamdi, Ghazi; Barbará, Daniel; Shackelford, Thomas; Mirza, Sepideh; Revankar, Mehul (MITRE Corporation, 2005-05)
    This paper describes the Detection of Threat Behavior (DTB) project, a joint effort being conducted by George Mason University (GMU) and Information Extraction and Transport, Inc. (IET). DTB uses novel approaches for ...
  • Rios, Cristian (Chris) (2022-05)
    According to the World Health Organization (WHO), one of the most common neurological diseases is epilepsy with over 50 million people globally diagnosed to date. Epilepsy is defined as a chronic noncommunicable disease ...
  • Nesseem, Caren (2022-05)
  • De Marzi, Laura; Peixoto, Nathalia (2022-05)
    The second most common cause of death in the world is cerebrovascular accident or stroke, and rehabilitation plays an important role to help the survivors of such accidents. Rehabilitation exercises are essential to ...
  • Dunn, Bryce (2021)
    Brain-computer interface (BCI) paradigms have existed for decades to improve communication and technological control. Electroencephalography (EEG) represents one of the most common non-invasive approaches toward recording ...
  • Scavotto, Zakariyya (2022-11)
    With the growth of music streaming, both for pleasure and other applications, such as music therapy, being able to understand how music makes someone feel has increased in importance. The goal of this study was twofold: ...
  • Kahn, Zehra (2022-05)
    Major Depressive Disorder (MDD) is a widespread problem throughout the United States with no shortage of treatments. Psilocybin, a serotonin agonist, is treatment for MDD that showed great potential but wasn’t explored ...
  • Kamath, Uday; De Jong, Kenneth; Shehu, Amarda (Public Library of Science, 2014-07-17)
    Background Many open problems in bioinformatics involve elucidating underlying functional signals in biological sequences. DNA sequences, in particular, are characterized by rich architectures in which functional signals ...

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