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  • Glanfield, Joel. (Brock University, 2008-02-16)
    We provide an algorithm that automatically derives many provable theorems in the equational theory of allegories. This was accomplished by noticing properties of an existing decision algorithm that could be extended ...
  • Imada, Janine. (Brock University, 2009-01-28)
    A feature-based fitness function is applied in a genetic programming system to synthesize stochastic gene regulatory network models whose behaviour is defined by a time course of protein expression levels. Typically, ...
  • Foxwell, Earl Brendan. (Brock University, 2009-01-28)
    The Two-Connected Network with Bounded Ring (2CNBR) problem is a network design problem addressing the connection of servers to create a survivable network with limited redirections in the event of failures. Particle ...
  • He, Liang. (Brock University, 2009-01-28)
    The (n, k)-star interconnection network was proposed in 1995 as an attractive alternative to the n-star topology in parallel computation. The (n, k )-star has significant advantages over the n-star which itself was ...
  • Foy, Grant. (Brock University, 2009-01-28)
    This thesis will introduce a new strongly typed programming language utilizing Self types, named Win--*Foy, along with a suitable user interface designed specifically to highlight language features. The need for such a ...
  • Sun, Jing. (Brock University, 2010-03-09)
    The design of a large and reliable DNA codeword library is a key problem in DNA based computing. DNA codes, namely sets of fixed length edit metric codewords over the alphabet {A, C, G, T}, satisfy certain combinatorial ...
  • Brown, Joseph Alexander (Brock University, 2010-03-09)
    Bioinformatics applies computers to problems in molecular biology. Previous research has not addressed edit metric decoders. Decoders for quaternary edit metric codes are finding use in bioinformatics problems ...
  • Zhang, Fan. (Brock University, 2010-03-09)
    The hyper-star interconnection network was proposed in 2002 to overcome the drawbacks of the hypercube and its variations concerning the network cost, which is defined by the product of the degree and the diameter. Some ...
  • Li, Yifeng (Brock University, 2010-03-09)
    The (n, k)-arrangement interconnection topology was first introduced in 1992. The (n, k )-arrangement graph is a class of generalized star graphs. Compared with the well known n-star, the (n, k )-arrangement graph is ...
  • Yin, Xiang (Brock University, 2010-03-09)
    Spatial data representation and compression has become a focus issue in computer graphics and image processing applications. Quadtrees, as one of hierarchical data structures, basing on the principle of recursive ...
  • Naeem, Mohammad (Brock University, 2010-10-25)
    Hub location problem is an NP-hard problem that frequently arises in the design of transportation and distribution systems, postal delivery networks, and airline passenger flow. This work focuses on ...
  • Comte, Pascal (Brock University, 2010-10-26)
    The prediction of proteins' conformation helps to understand their exhibited functions, allows for modeling and allows for the possible synthesis of the studied protein. Our research is focused on ...
  • Ahmed, Zafor (Brock University, 2010-10-26)
    Given a heterogeneous relation algebra R, it is well known that the algebra of matrices with coefficient from R is relation algebra with relational sums that is not necessarily finite. When a ...
  • Zhang, Si (Brock University, 2011-03-08)
    Relation algebras and categories of relations in particular have proven to be extremely useful as a fundamental tool in mathematics and computer science. Since relation algebras are Boolean algebras with some well-behaved ...
  • Runka, Andrew (Brock University, 2011-03-08)
    The Robocup Rescue Simulation System (RCRSS) is a dynamic system of multi-agent interaction, simulating a large-scale urban disaster scenario. Teams of rescue agents are charged with the tasks of minimizing civilian ...
  • Aameri, Bahar (Brock University, 2011-03-08)
    RelAPS is an interactive system assisting in proving relation-algebraic theorems. The aim of the system is to provide an environment where a user can perform a relation-algebraic proof similar to doing it using pencil ...
  • Flack, Robert W. J. (Brock University, 2011-10-13)
    Layout planning is a process of sizing and placing rooms (e.g. in a house) while a t t empt ing to optimize various criteria. Often the r e are conflicting c r i t e r i a such as construction ...
  • Bergen, Steve (Brock University, 2012-02-09)
    Three dimensional model design is a well-known and studied field, with numerous real-world applications. However, the manual construction of these models can often be time-consuming to the average user, despite the ...
  • Orth, John (Brock University, 2012-03-02)
    This thesis introduces the Salmon Algorithm, a search meta-heuristic which can be used for a variety of combinatorial optimization problems. This algorithm is loosely based on the path finding behaviour of salmon swimming ...
  • Lenarcic, Adam (2012-04-03)
    The representation of a perceptual scene by a computer is usually limited to numbers representing dimensions and colours. The theory of affordances attempted to provide a new way of representing an environment, with ...

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