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George Mason - ECE - 447
ECE 447 - Lecture 19Frequently Used Operations in C and Assembly LanguageComparing unsigned numbersCunsigned char k, l, m; void comp(void) { if (k &gt; l) m = k; } k: l: m: comp: ldaa k cmpa l bls next staa m next rts ; k vs. l ; if (k l) goto nex
George Mason - ECE - 448
Specification of the Sorting CircuitFunction Design a circuit capable of sorting 2L N-bit numbers. Assume L=6, and N=8. Optimization Optimize your circuit for the minimum total execution time. When choosing between two circuits with the same or very
George Mason - ECON - 828
Assume Anarchy?Peter J. Boettke Constitutional Economics Econ 828/Fall 2005 28 November Analytical and Empirical Relevance of Failed and Weak StatesThe &quot;Giveness&quot; of Institutions of Property and Contract in Neoclassical EconomicsExoge
George Mason - EOS - 900
D. James Baker Director, Global Carbon Measurement Program William J. Clinton Foundation Former Administrator National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Dr. D. James Baker was educated as a physicist, practiced as an oceanographer, and
George Mason - EOS - 900
John Van D. Lewis' Short Bio John Van D. Lewis , Ph.D. (U.S. Citizen, born August 2, 1947), Equity partner of the Terra Global Capital LLC Landscape Carbon Fund. Also, Community Agroforestry Advisor (through ICRAF), to the Rockefeller Foundation fund
George Mason - EOS - 900
NPOESS and NPP - Roles and Status in the Next Generation of Satellite Remote SensingStephen A. MangoNPOESS Integrated Program Office 8455 Colesville Road, Suite 1450; Silver Spring, MD 20910-3320 USA; Stephen.Mango@noaa.gov AbstractSince October 1
George Mason - EOS - 900
An Overview of MODIS On-orbit Calibration and CharacterizationXiaoxiong (Jack) Xiong Sciences Exploration Directorate, NASA/GSFC, Greenbelt, MD 20771Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) is a key instrument for NASAs Earth Observin
George Mason - EOS - 900
GOES-R Algorithm Working Group - Activities for Developing Land Surface Products Yunyue (Bob) Yu (PhD) NOAA/NESDIS Center for Satellite Applications and Research Abstract: The advanced baseline imager (ABI), which will be on board the GOES-R satellit
George Mason - EOS - 900
Yunyue (Bob) Yu (PhD) NOAA/NESDIS Center for Satellite Applications and ResearchYunyue Yu received the B.A. degree in physics from the Ocean University of Qingdao, Qingdao, China, in 1982, the diploma in physics from Peking University, Beijing, Chi
George Mason - EOS - 900
A Satellite View of Global Water and Energy CyclingPaul R. Houser George Mason University Department of Climate Dynamics Center for Research on Environment and Water Calverton, MD Abstract With their unprecedented new observation capacity combined w
George Mason - EOS - 900
Dr. Donglian Sun Dr. Donglian Sun received her B.A. degree in meteorology from the Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology (NUIST), China in 1986; Master of Science degree from the Chinese Academy of Meteorological Science in 1989; a
George Mason - EOS - 900
Forest Service Forest Monitoring Dr. Zhiliang Zhu Chief Scientist of R&amp;D USDA/Forest Service 1601 N. Kent Street 4th Floor Arlington, VA 22209 Abstract Dr. Zhiliang Zhu is currently a chief scientist with the Forest Service Research &amp; Development wor
George Mason - EOS - 900
MultiSensorSatelliteDatatoUnderstandLithosphereHydrosphere AtmosphereCouplingRameshP.SinghIn the last four decades, multi sensor satellites provide information aboutland,oceanandatmosphericparameters.Earthprocesses,though complex pheno
George Mason - STAT - 344
Chapter 9Inferences Based on Two Samples9.1z Tests and Confidence Intervals for a Difference Between Two Population MeansThe Difference Between Two Population MeansAssumptions: 1. X1,Xm is a random sample from a 2 population with 1 and 1 .
George Mason - MBA - 643
MBA 643 Managerial Finance Lecture 8: Modern Portfolio Theory, Part IISpring 2006 Jim HsiehWhat do we know about portfolio risk? - Recap Most stocks are positively correlated. Average correlation between two stocks is 0.65. So long as the stoc
George Mason - IT - 101
IT101Section 001Introduction to Information TechnologyLecture #9OverviewChapter 12 Digital Audio Digitization of Audio Samples Quantization Reconstruction Quantization errorDigitization of Audio SamplesStep 2: Quantization Audio
George Mason - STAT - 344
Chapter 4Continuous Random Variables and Probability Distributions4.1Continuous Random Variables and Probability DistributionsContinuous Random VariablesA random variable X is continuous if its set of possible values is an entire interval of
George Mason - DOCUMENT - 25939
Academic Leadership Assesses Central IT Services Supporting Student Learning and Faculty ResearchPlanning Conference August 2007Most Important IT Services for Student Learning (top half)1. Wireless where students gather 2. Supply of, equipment in
George Mason - DOCUMENT - 13412
Diversity Facts in BriefPresented to the Board of Visitors Prepared by the Office of Equity and Diversity Services May 5, 2004Enrollment Statistics In ContextRace-Ethnic Distribution Fall 2003 Enrollment and 2000 U.S. Census80.0% 70.0% 60.0% 50
George Mason - DOCUMENT - 17357
College of Nursing and Health Science Strategic Plan 2010 Shirley Travis, Dean August, 20058/05CNHS Goals and Objectives 2010Three Groups of Activities Were Proposed: GMU International Initiatives Interdisciplinary University-Based College Ce
George Mason - DOCUMENT - 2679
Notes from Departmental Technology Coordinator Meeting May 22, 2001, 9:30am-11am, SUB2 Rooms 3-4Keith Segerson Executive Director, UCIS Administrative Systems Upgrade SIS, FRS, and HRS are functioning as well as can be expected on Masons outdated
George Mason - VERSION - 2277
FINANCE AND RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE BOARD OF VISITORS November 21, 2002 Meeting Room D3A&amp;B Mason Hall AGENDAI. II. III. IV.Call to Order Approval of Minutes Meeting of September 19, 2002.E-3 Old Business New Business A. B. Accounts Receiv
George Mason - DOCUMENT - 33070
EXHIBIT I SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION GEORGE MASON UNIVERSITY SMITHSONIAN-MASON CONSERVATION EDUCATION PROGRAM MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING The Smithsonian Institution and its National Zoo has a long history of collaborating closely with strategic partne
George Mason - DOCUMENT - 20641
Why a University Based Retirement Center (UBRC) at George Mason University?General. The new generation of retirees wants more than relaxation. They seek challenges, new experiences, and the rewards that come from accomplishment. An emerging populat
George Mason - DOCUMENT - 3395
Managers' MeetingDATE: October 04, 2001 Time: 2:30 pm to 4:00 pm Location: Johnson Center Assembly Room F Attendees: Jeanette Blanchard, Star Muir, Richard Jackson, Randy Anderson, Anne Agee, Michael Mauck, Dan Veloce, Chris Nayeri, John Hanks, John
George Mason - DOCUMENT - 23493
George Mason University Policy Review Taskforce Report April 2006In the Fall of 2005, President Merten established, a University Policy Review Taskforce [&quot;Taskforce&quot;] to consider how George Mason University manages the use of its public space. His c
George Mason - DOCUMENT - 13411
Equal Opportunity Committee of the Board of Visitors October 13, 2004 Agenda I. II. III. Call to Order Election of Chair and Vice Chair of EO Committee (Action Item) Approval of Minutes May 5, 2004 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
George Mason - I - 2002
Relationships between Land Cover and Spatial Statistical Compression in High-Resolution ImageryJames A. Shine1 and Daniel B. Carr2 34th Symposium on the Interface 19 April 20021 George Mason University &amp; US Army Topographic Engineering Center 2 Geo
George Mason - I - 2002
An Exploitation of Tuftes Small MultiplesCarl T. Russell Colorado Springs, Coloradorussellcarl@earthlink.netOperational Overview Theater Missile Defense System Exerciser (TMDSE) Geographically-distributed hardware-in-the-loop (HWIL) simulation
George Mason - I - 2002
Statistics on Venus: Craters and Catastrophes (?)Steven A. Hauck, IIDepartment of Terrestrial Magnetism Carnegie Institution of WashingtonAcknowledgements Roger Phillips Washington University Maribeth Price South Dakota School of Mines and
George Mason - I - 2002
Multiplicative Cascade Modeling of Computer Network TrafficPatricia H. Carter B10, NSWCCDD Interface 2002 April 19,2002outline network traffic data the multiplicative cascade visualizing the cascade measuring burstiness the structure functi
George Mason - I - 2002
The Remote Sensing Information Partner (RSIP) And Rainfall Studies in New MexicoLong S. Chiu*, George Serafino, William Teng, John Qu*, Zhong Liu*, Nathan Pollack NASA/GSFC Distributed Active Archive Center *Center for Earth Observing and Space Res
George Mason - I - 2002
Creating a Data Mining Environment for GeosciencesInterface 2002MontrealApril 18, 2002Sara J. GravesDirector, Information Technology and Systems Center Professor, Computer Science Department University of Alabama in Huntsville Director, Informa
George Mason - I - 2002
Where Are the Nuggets in System Audit Data?Wenke Lee College of Computing Georgia Institute of TechnologyOutline Intrusion detection approaches and limitations An example data mining (DM) based intrusion detection system (IDS) Lessons learned a
George Mason - I - 2002
New Applications of the Image Grand TourJrgen Symanzik*, Utah State University, Logan, UT Edward J. Wegman, George Mason University Amy Braverman, Jet Propulsion Laboratory*e-mail: symanzik@sunfs.math.usu.edu WWW: http:/www.math.usu.edu/~symanzik
George Mason - I - 2002
MODELLING TECHNIQUES FOR MAPPING IN FOREST INVENTORIESGretchen Moisen, Tracey Frescino US Forest Service, FIAWhining from the applications side of the fenceData, data everywhere..and not a thought to think.Outline1. 1. 2. 4. 5. Need for new
George Mason - I - 2002
Figure 1 Comparison of Backbone FunctionsTime 1Time 2Time 3Time 4black: non-parametric least square estimate brown: parametric least square estimate purple: non-parametric maximum likelihood estimate green: parametric maximum likelihood est
George Mason - PAGE - 10136
Access Control in Runtime SystemXinwen Zhang Lab for Information Security Technology(LIST) George Mason UniversityAccess Control General security requirements: Authentication Authorization Confidentiality Integrity Availability AC solves
George Mason - PAGE - 10136
Expressing and Optimizing the Similarity-based Queries In SQLPart3: Research topic04/29/09IT990, Proposal Presentation, Spring 20031Review: general topic Topic 1:Topic 2:Similarity-based SearchDomain specific questions that ask for the
George Mason - PAGE - 10136
Talk III Research TopicPreserving Privacy in Automated Trust NegotiationLingyu WangIT9901Review Automated Trust Negotiation (ATN) Goal: to gradually establish trust relationship between strangers using credentials Client side rules s
George Mason - PAGE - 10136
Expressing and Optimizing the Similarity-based Queries In SQLPart4: Research Plan04/29/09IT990, Proposal Presentation, Spring 20031Research RoadmapSimilarity-based applicationsImage and other applications Sample applications Time series ap
George Mason - PAGE - 10136
Access Control in Runtime SystemXinwen Zhang Lab for Information Security Technology(LIST) George Mason UniversityResearch Plan: Phase 1 Description of the access control requirements in runtime environment Define a policy language, or apply and
George Mason - PAGE - 10136
Access Control in Runtime SystemXinwen Zhang Lab for Information Security Technology(LIST) George Mason UniversityAccess Control General security requirements: Authentication Authorization Confidentiality Integrity Availability . AC solve
George Mason - PAGE - 10136
General Topic Area 4D Medical Image Segmentation &amp; TrackingAutomatically detect (segment) diseased tissue seen in magnetic resonance images (MRI) and track its change over time TIME 1 TIME 2 TIME 3TIMEResearch Topic Combine pattern recognition
George Mason - PAGE - 10136
Talk I General Topic AreasPrivacy in Electronic SocietyLingyu WangIT9901Privacy Concerns Press, Government, Organizations and Academia.com .gov .orgThe Economist&quot;The End of Privacy&quot; FTC Privacy Initiatives Platform for Privacy Prefer
George Mason - PAGE - 10136
Dynamic Application Level Deployment and Service Infrastructure for QoS oriented ecommerceValentin Prudius ProblemHow to architect/build dynamically deployable webbased applications for ecommerce that would maintain guaranteed Quali
George Mason - PAGE - 10136
The Problem Recall that adding laptop computers into the tanks resulted in increased fratricidelaptop computer35 30AnalogFratricideIncidents IncidentsperBattle32Digital312520151310 9 NumberofIncidents 6 5 1.8 0 2.6 1.2 47.75Ba
George Mason - IT - 862
Cyber-Identity, Authority and Trust in an Uncertain WorldProf. Ravi SandhuLaboratory for Information Security Technology George Mason University www.list.gmu.edu sandhu@gmu.edu 2004-5 Ravi Sandhu www.list.gmu.eduOutline Perspective on security
George Mason - IT - 862
Access Control Hierarchies(best viewed in slide show mode) Ravi Sandhu Laboratory for Information Security Technology George Mason University www.list.gmu.edu sandhu@gmu.edu 2005 Ravi Sandhu www.list.gmu.eduRBAC96 Model 2005 Ravi Sandhu www.li
George Mason - INFS - 780
The Schematic Protection Model (SPM)Ravi Sandhu Laboratory for Information Security Technology George Mason University www.list.gmu.edu sandhu@gmu.edu 2004 Ravi Sandhu www.list.gmu.eduThe Access Matrix Model, Lampson 1971entities objects In
George Mason - ISA - 780
The Schematic Protection Model (SPM)Ravi Sandhu Laboratory for Information Security Technology George Mason University www.list.gmu.edu sandhu@gmu.edu 2004 Ravi Sandhu www.list.gmu.eduThe Access Matrix Model, Lampson 1971entities objects In
George Mason - ISA - 662
ISA 662 SSLProf. Ravi SandhuSECURE SOCKETS LAYER (SSL) layeredon top of TCP SSL versions 1.0, 2.0, 3.0, 3.1 Netscape protocol later refitted as IETF standard TLS (Transport Layer Security) TLS 1.0 very close to SSL 3.12RaviSandhuSECUR
George Mason - ISA - 662
ISA 662 Internet Security Protocols KerberosProf. Ravi SandhuSYSTEM MODELWORKSTATIONS WS WS WS WS Ravi Sandhu 2000-2004SERVERS NFS GOPHER LIBRARY KERBEROS 2NETWORKPHYSICAL SECURITYCLIENT WORKSTATIONSNone, so cannot be trusted Modera
George Mason - IT - 862
Presenter Mohamed K. KamaraPresentation Topic Improving the Granularity of Access Control for Windows 2000 Granularity: Relative fineness to which an access control mechanism can be adjustedAuthors of the Article Michael M. Swift and Anne Ho
George Mason - IT - 862
Permissions and Inheritance(best viewed in slide show mode) Ravi Sandhu Laboratory for Information Security Technology George Mason University www.list.gmu.edu sandhu@gmu.edu 2005 Ravi Sandhu www.list.gmu.eduReference Jason Crampton. On permiss
George Mason - IT - 862
Overview:01. M Weiser, Some Computer Science Issues in Ubiquitous Computing, Communications of the ACM, ACM Press New York, NY, USA, 199302. RK Thomas, R Sandhu, Models, Protocols, and Architectures for Secure Pervasive Computing: Challenges and R
George Mason - ISA - 662
DoD 5200.28-STD Supersedes CSC-STD-00l-83, dtd l5 Aug 83
George Mason - INFS - 766
INTERNET DRAFT Mark DelanyTitle: draft-delany-domainkeys-base-00.txt Yahoo! IncExpires: November 2004 May 2004 Domain-based Email Authen
George Mason - INFS - 762
INFS 767 Fall 2003Administrative RBAC ARBAC97Prof. Ravi SandhuSCALE AND RATE OF CHANGE roles:100s or 1000s users: 1000s or 10,000s or more Frequent changes to user-roleassignment permission-role assignment Lessfrequent changes forh
George Mason - INFS - 762
1TOPI C THE CHINESE WALL LATTICE Ravi Sandhu2CHINESE WALL POLICY Example of a commercial security policy for confidentiality Mixture of free choice (discretionary) and mandatory controls Requires some kind of dynamic labelling Introduced by
George Mason - ASTR - 112
The PleiadesLab 6The PleiadesThe Pleiades An open cluster is a group of up to a few thousand stars that were formed from the same giant molecular cloud, and are still gravitationally bound to each other Open clusters are found only in spiral a