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  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Powell, Walter A.; Laskey, Kathryn Blackmond; Adelman, Leonard; Johnson, Ryan; Dorgan, Shiloh; Hieb, Micheal; Braswell, Kenneth; Powers, Michael (2010-04-20)
    Geospatial Reasoning has been an essential aspect of military planning since the invention of cartography. Geospatial Digital Support Products (GDSPs) are ubiquitous within current military forces as well as civil and ...
  • Powell, Walter A.; Laskey, Kathryn Blackmond; Adelman, Leonard; Johnson, Ryan; Altenau, Michael; Goldstein, Andrew; Visone, Daniel; Braswell, Kenneth (Proceeding of 14th International Command and Control Research and Technology Symposium, 2009-06)
    How does the underlying data affect the ability of warfighters to derive useful information and make decisions? The Army Topographic Engineering Center (TEC) and GMU endeavor to shed light on this question with the third ...
  • LaToza, Thomas D.; Arab, Maryam; Loksa, Dastyni; Ko, Amy J. (Empirical Software Engineering, 2020-03-07)
    Software developers solve a diverse and wide range of problems. While software engineering research often focuses on tools to support this problem solving, the strategies that developers use to solve problems are at least ...
  • O'Shea, Bailey (2020)
    A novelty to counter neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s or peripheral nerve injury (PNI) has been in high demand for the past century. Alzheimer’s disease is a well-known disorder that causes nerve tissue to ...
  • Bhandari, Shova (2021-01)
    Social networks are rich source of data to analyze user habits in all aspects of life. User’s behaviour is decisiv e component of a health system in various countries. Promoting good behaviour can improve the public health ...
  • Ryan, Andrew (2020)
    For people who are mute, or are completely paralyzed, one of the primary problems they have to deal with is being able to communicate. One potential solution to compensate for decreased communication functions is by using ...
  • Hieb, Michael R.; Pullen, J. Mark (2006-05-05)
    Agents assist users with performing tasks in computer-based applications. The current practice of building an agent involves a developer programming it for each task it must perform, but agents constructed in this manner ...
  • O'Shea, Bailey (2020)
    With the reoccurrence of unnecessary open surgeries on potential malignant tissue, there is a need for additional non-invasive tools oncologists and radiologists can utilize to help argue the reason behind performing ...
  • Curtin, Kevin M. (2009-09-15)
    This paper outlines a motivation for associating IED events (and other significant physical and human geographic features) with the road network, describes the use of methods known as linear referencing in order to do so, ...
  • Perera, Kevin (2019-05)
    The Circle of Willis is a network of internal carotid arteries, basilar arteries, and vertebral arteries all coming together to perfuse the brain with blood. In the event that stenosis occludes part of the circle, the ...
  • Shams, Mohammad (2020-05)
    Machine learning techniques have been utilized to predict the outcome of repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) treatment in depression, e.g., through classifying the responders (R) and non-responders (NR) to ...
  • Raju, Rini (2021-01-11)
    It is crucial to use advanced machine learning models to improve disaster and emergency response in critical events around the world. In this paper, we introduce a new model, which can highlight the essential help that ...
  • Shukla, Sanket; Kolhe, Gaurav; Homayoun, Houman; Manoj P D, Sai; Rafatirad, Setareh (2019)
    Malware is a global threat and it has seen a tremendous increase as well as diversity which made threat detection and analysis a pivotal challenge to address. The increasing diversity in the malware syntax and behavior is ...
  • Asif, Zara (2020-05)
    Mental fatigue is defined as a “state of reduced mental alertness that impairs performance” It affects nearly everyone in society at some point and has become one of the leading causes of workplace accidents [2]. Common ...
  • Costa, Paulo C. G.; Laskey, Kathryn B.; Takikawa, Masami; Pool, Michael; Fung, Francis; Wright, Edward J. (CCRP Publications, 2005-06)
    Among the lessons learned from recent conflicts stands the dramatic change in the very way wars are fought. There are no more clear-cut enemies or allies; rules of engagement have become increasingly fuzzy; guerrilla and ...

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