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MESSAGE FROM THE CHAIR Welcome to the Department of Computer Science and Engineering—part of the College of Engineering and Computer Science at FAU. I am pleased to have this opportunity to offer you information about our faculty and research expertise as well as a brief description of our currently funded projects and an introdution to our Industry Advisory Board. I am proud to lead this young, energetic and enthusiastic department, which is poised to become an “MIT of South Florida.” Our department is one of the fastest-growing departments in one of the fastest-growing universities in the United States. We currently have about 1,000 students majoring in computer science and computer engineering and information engineering technology; 250 of these are graduate students. Annually we award approximately 200 bachelor of science (B.S.) degrees in computer science and Computer Engineering, about 40 master of science (M.S.) degrees and eight doctoral (Ph.D.) degrees. Our computer science program is offered on the Boca Raton, Davie and Treasure Coast campuses. In Spring 2007, we launched a new B.S. program in Information Engineering Technology (BIET). We have also started exporting our programs to other countries worldwide. Our faculty has very active research interests in software engineering; networking and communications; multimedia systems; data and network security systems; VLSI design and system integration; wireless, ad-hoc and sensor networks; computer architecture; distributed systems; database systems; Internet engineering; bioinformatics; and data mining and machine intelligence. In the last two years, we generated approximately $ 5 million in sponsored research from the National Science Foundation (NSF), the Department of Defense, the Office of Naval Research and other government agencies, and high-tech companies including Motorola, Real Networks, Avocent and On2.

Borko Furht, Chair and Professor

We are located in the midst of hundreds of advanced-technology companies—some firmly established and others just getting started — in an area along Florida’s southeast coastline now referred to as the “iCoast.” Our Industry Advisory Board consists of technical leaders from these companies, who support our efforts both in research and in teaching. Our Industry Affiliates Program is designed to strengthen our collaboration with local companies and provide a number of benefits to local industry.

In summary, our mission is to serve our community by providing a center for teaching excellence and becoming a major research department. I am very enthusiastic about leading the department in the coming years with the strong support of our dynamic faculty, hard working staff and ambitious students.


TABLE OF CONTENTS Research Groups & Laboratories

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Department Faculty Profiles

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Active Funded Research Projects

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Major Funded Project Descriptions

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Publications

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Recent Ph.D. Graduates

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Department Industry Advisory Board

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Department Industry Affiliates Program

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IAP Schedule of Benefits & Fees

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Recent Events

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RESEARCH GROUPS & LABORATORIES The Department of Computer Science and Engineering is actively involved in research in the following areas:

Research Laboratories • • • • • • • • • • •

Empirical Software Engineering Laboratory Telecommunication and Computer Networking Laboratory Center for Systems Integration Parallel and Distributed System Design Laboratory Mobile Computing Laboratory Multimedia Laboratory Wireless and Sensor Networking Laboratory Embedded and Web-based Control Systems Laboratory Center for the Advancement of Distance Education Technologies and Remote Labs Security Systems

Secure Systems •

Research Groups •

Software Engineering • • • •

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Taghi Khoshgoftaar, Ph.D. Software Reliability, Software Testing, Data Mining Eduardo Fernandez, Ph.D. Object-Oriented Systems, Security Roy Levow, Ph.D. Programming Languages, Object-Oriented Methodologies Maria Petrie, Ph.D.

Florida Atlantic University, Department of Computer Science & Engineering

Software Engineering, Formal methods, Computer Graphics, User Interface Chiingping “Jim” Han, Ph.D. Object-Oriented Systems, Enterprise Resource Planning Systems Michael VanHilst, Ph.D. Software Development, Software Agents, System Verification Shihong Huang, Ph.D. Reverse Engineering, Software Maintenance, Model-Driven Engineering Ionut Cardei, Ph.D. Software Engineering

Eduardo Fernandez, Ph.D. Data and Distributed Systems Security, Security Patterns, Secure Software Maria Petrie, Ph.D. Data Security, Security Patterns, Secure Software Development Michael VanHilst, Ph.D. Distributed Systems and Software Security Shihong Huang, Ph.D. Reverse Engineering, Secure Systems Evolution

Distributed and Parallel Systems •

Jie Wu, Ph.D. Parallel and Distributed Systems, Interconnection Networks, Fault-Tolerant Systems


Imad Mahgoub, Ph.D. Parallel and Distributed Systems, Computer Architecture, Mobile Systems Alan Marcovitz, Ph.D. Computer Architecture, Computer Design

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Artificial Intelligence, Data Mining, and Databases • • • • • •

Taghi Khoshgoftaar, Ph.D. Data Mining, Machine Learning, Computational Intelligence Abhijit Pandya, Ph.D. Neural Networks, Artificial Intelligence Martin Solomon, Ph.D. Database Systems Andres Folleco, Ph.D. Data Mining, Machine Learning Xingquan “Hill” Zhu: Data Mining, Machine Learning Thomas Fernandez, Ph.D. Genetic Systems and Programming, Artificial Intelligence

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Networking and Multimedia • • •

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Mohammad Ilyas, Ph.D. Wireless and Optical Communication Networks Borko Furht, Ph.D. Multimedia Systems, Video Coding and Processing Robert Cooper, Ph.D. Performance Analysis of Telecommunication Systems, Queueing Theory Jie Wu, Ph.D. Ad-hoc Networks Imad Mahgoub, Ph.D. Ad-hoc and Wireless Sensor Networks

Sam Hsu, Ph.D. Computer Networking Taghi Khoshgoftaar, Ph.D. Network Security, Intrusion Detection Systems Oge Marques, Ph.D. Video and Image Retrieval, Wireless Multimedia, Video and Image Databases Hari Kalva, Ph.D. Video Compression and Communication, Video Transcoding, Universal Multimedia Access, Multimedia Programming Mihaela Cardei, Ph.D. Wireless Networking, Wireless Sensor Networks, Network Protocols, Resource Management in Computer Networks Ionut Cardei, Ph.D. Wireless Networking, Wireless Sensor Networks Xingquan “Hill” Zhu, Ph.D. Multimedia Computing, Multimedia Systems Information Retrieval Georgiana Hamza-Lup, Ph.D. Web-based Sensor Data Dissemination, Traffic Information Systems, Wireless Communication Protocols and Intelligent Vehicles

VLSI and Computer Hardware Design • •

Abhijit Pandya, Ph.D. VLSI Systems, Neural Networks, Artificial Intelligence Bassem Alhalabi, Ph.D. Data Acquisition, Embedded and Distributed Control Systems, Hybrid Neural Networks Ankur Agarwal, Ph.D. Verification, Embedded System Design, Digital VLSI Design

Research Groups & Laboratories

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Internet Engineering • • • • • • • • • •

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Borko Furht, Ph.D. Internet Architectures, Multimedia on the Internet Mohammad Ilyas, Ph.D. Internet Networks Eduardo Fernandez, Ph.D. Web and Internet Security Sam Hsu, Ph.D. Web Programming Imad Mahgoub, Ph.D. Mobile Networks Oge Marques, Ph.D. Web Search, Retrieval and Programming Maria Petrie, Ph.D. Web and Internet Security Hari Kalva, Ph.D. Video Transmission Over the Internet Jie Wu, Ph.D. Internet Routing Bassem Alhalabi, Ph.D. Web-based Data Acquisition and Control, Remote Labs for Distance Education Shihong Huang, Ph.D. Web Application Engineering Georgiana Hamza-Lup, Ph.D. Web-based Sensor Data Dissemination, Wireless Communication Protocols

Wireless and Sensor Networks • •

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Jie Wu, Ph.D. Ad-hoc Networks, Wireless Networking Mohammad Ilyas, Ph.D.

Florida Atlantic University, Department of Computer Science & Engineering

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Ad-hoc and Wireless Sensor Networks Imad Mahgoub, Ph.D. Ad-hoc and Wireless Networks Mihaela Cardei, Ph.D. Wireless Networking, Wireless Sensor Networks, Network Protocols Ionut Cardei, Ph.D. Wireless Networking, Wireless Sensor Networks Xiuqi “Cindy” Li, Ph.D. Ad-hoc and Wireless Networks

Systems Integration •

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Ravi Shankar, Ph.D. Systems Integration, Concurrency, Engineering Design Productivity Hari Kalva, Ph.D. Multimedia Algorithms for Embedded Systems Ionut Cardei, Ph.D. SysML and Semantic Web Shihong Huang, Ph.D. Software Product Lines Clovis Tondo, Ph.D. Semantic Web and Software Engineering Michael VanHilst, Ph.D. Engineering Productivity and Software Engineering Ankur Agarwal, Ph.D. Performance Modeling and Rapid Prototyping Georgiana Hamza-Lup, Ph.D. QOS (Quality of Service) Driven Optimization


Experiments with 3D Media in the Multimedia Laboratory

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DEPARTMENT FACULTY PROFILES The department has 31 faculty members, who are currently involved in more than 20 research projects. These projects are funded by government agencies including the National Science Foundation, the Office of Naval Research and the Department of Defense as well as various high-tech companies, such as Motorola, Real Networks, and On2. Currently active multi-year projects are funded at the level of more than $9 million, as indicated in the table on page 14. In the last five years, the department’s research expenditures have grown from $800,000 in 2002-03 to more than $2 million in 2006-07.

DR. BORKO FURHT Chair and Professor Ph.D. – University of Belgrade Phone: 561.297.3486 E-mail: borko@cse.fau.edu Research Interests: • Multimedia Systems • Video Coding and Compression • Video and Image Processing • Internet Engineering

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Florida Atlantic University, Department of Computer Science & Engineering

DR. ANKUR AGARWAL Assistant Professor Ph.D. – Florida Atlantic University Phone: 772.873.3319 E-mail: ankur@cse.fau.edu Research Interests: • Verification • Embedded System Designs • Digital VLSI Design • Mathematical Modeling of RTOS

DR. BASSEM ALHALABI Associate Professor Ph.D. – University of Louisiana at Lafayette Phone: 561.297.3182 E-mail: bassem@cse.fau.edu Research Interests: • Distance Education Technologies and Remote Labs • Embedded, Web-based Control, and Automation Systems


MR. LOFTON BULLARD Instructor M.S.C.S. - Florida Atlantic University Phone: 561.297.3985 E-mail: lofton@cse.fau.edu Research Interests: • Software Complexity Modeling • Software Reliability and Performance Modeling

DR. IONUT CARDEI Assistant Professor Ph.D. – University of Minnesota Phone: 954.236.1310 E-mail: icardei@cse.fau.edu Research Interests: • Wireless Networking • Wireless Sensor Networks • Software Engineering • Component-based Software Design

DR. MIHAELA CARDEI Assistant Professor Ph.D. – University of Minnesota Phone: 561.297.3459 E-mail: mihaela@cse.fau.edu Research Interests: • Wireless Networking • Wireless Sensor Networks • Network Protocols and Algorithm Design • Resource Management

DR. ROBERT COOPER Professor and Associate Chair Ph.D. – University of Pennsylvania Phone: 561.297.3673 E-mail: bob@cse.fau.edu Research Interests: • Queueing Theory • Performance Analysis of Computer and Telecommunication Systems

Department Faculty Profiles

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. . . our world-class faculty are engaged in cutting-edge education and research. . . - Karl K. Stevens, Dean

DR. EDUARDO B. FERNANDEZ Professor Ph.D. – University of California at Los Angeles Phone: 561.297.3466 E-mail: ed@cse.fau.edu Research Interests: • Systems Security • Web Services Security • Object-Oriented Design and Patterns

DR. THOMAS FERNANDEZ Senior Instructor Ph.D. – Florida Atlantic University Phone: 561.297.3927 E-mail: thomas@cse.fau.edu Research Interests: • Genetic Programming • Evolutionary Systems Applied to Financial Analysis • Object-Oriented Programming

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Florida Atlantic University, Department of Computer Science & Engineering

DR. ANDRES FOLLECO Assistant Professor Ph.D. – Nova Southeastern University Phone: 954.236.1195 E-mail: andres@cse.fau.edu Research Interests: • Data Mining and Machine Learning • Evolutionary Computation • Statistical Signal and Image Analysis • Real-time Systems

DR. GEORGIANA HAMZA-LUP Visiting Assistant Professor Ph.D. – University of Central Florida Phone: 772.873.3365 E-mail: ghamza@cse.fau.edu Research Interests: • Web-based Sensor Data Dissemination • Internet-scale Traffic Information Systems • Wireless Communication Protocols • Intelligent Vehicles


DR. CHINGPING “JIM” HAN

DR. SHIHONG HUANG

Professor Ph.D. – Pennsylvania State University Phone: 561.297.2691 E-mail: jim@cse.fau.edu

Assistant Professor Ph.D. – University of California, Riverside Phone: 561.297.1275 E-mail: shihong@cse.fau.edu

Research Interests: • IT for Production and Distributed Systems • Global Supply Chain Management • Enterprise Resource Planning Systems • Systems, Modeling and Analysis • Biomedical Devices Design and Manufacturing

Research Interests: • Software Engineering • Reverse Engineering and Program Understanding • Information and Software Visualization

DR. SAM HSU Professor Ph.D. – Florida Atlantic University Phone: 561.297.3728 E-mail: sam@cse.fau.edu Research Interests: • Web Technologies • Web-based Distance Learning • Computer Internetworking • Practical and Educational Projects

DR. MOHAMMAD ILYAS Professor and Associate Dean for Research and Industry Relations Ph.D. – Queen’s University, Canada Phone: 561.297.3454 E-mail: ilyas@fau.edu Research Interests: • Wireless and Sensor Networks • Optical Communication Networks • Traffic Management and Congestion Control • Simulation and Performance Modeling

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I am proud to lead this energetic, and enthusiastic department. . . - Borko Furht, Chair

DR. HARI KALVA Assistant Professor Ph.D. – Columbia University Phone: 561.297.0511 E-mail: hari@cse.fau.edu Research Interests: • Video Compression and Communication • Video Transcoding • Universal Multimedia Access • Mobile Multimedia • Multimedia Programming

DR. TAGHI KHOSHGOFTAAR Professor Ph.D. – Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Phone: 561.297.3994 E-mail: taghi@cse.fau.edu Research Interests: • Software Engineering • Data Mining and Machine Learning • Computational Intelligence • Computer Security and Intrusion Detection Systems

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Florida Atlantic University, Department of Computer Science & Engineering

DR. ROY LEVOW Associate Chair, Professor and University Trustee Ph.D. – University of Pennsylvania Phone: 954.236.1170 E-mail: roy@cse.fau.edu Research Interests: • Programming Languages and Compilers • Computer Science Education and Curriculum

DR. XIUQI “CINDY” LI Senior Instructor Ph.D. - Florida Atlantic University Phone: 561.297.3855 E-mail: xli@cse.fau.edu Research Interests: • Ad Hoc Networks • Image and Video Compression


DR. IMAD MAHGOUB Professor Ph.D. – Pennsylvania State University Phone: 561.297.3458 E-mail: imad@cse.fau.edu Research Interests: • Mobile Computing and Wireless Networks • Parallel and Distributed Processing • Computer Architecture • Performance Evaluation

DR. OGE MARQUES Associate Professor Ph.D. – Florida Atlantic University Phone: 561.297.3857 E-mail: omarques@fau.edu Research Interests: • Multimedia Systems • Digital Image Processing • Video Databases • Web-based Distance Learning • Computer Networks

DR. ALAN MARCOVITZ

DR. ABHIJIT PANDYA

Emeritus Professor Ph.D. – Columbia University Phone: 561.297.3401 E-mail: alan@cse.fau.edu

Professor Ph.D. – Syracuse University Phone: 561.297.2809 E-mail: abhi@cse.fau.edu

Research Interests: • Computer Architecture and Design

Research Interests: • Neural Networks • VLSI • Artificial Intelligence

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A good teacher knows how to teach, a better teacher knows how to explain, and the best teacher inspires students. - Anonymous

DR. MARIA PETRIE Professor and Associate Dean for Academic and International Affairs Ph.D. – Florida Atlantic University Phone: 561.297.3899 E-mail: petrie@fau.edu Research Interests: • Software Engineering • System and Internet Security • Formal Methods • Modeling Complex Systems

DR. RAVI SHANKAR Professor Ph.D. – University of Wisconsin - Madison, P.E. Phone: 561.297.3470 E-mail: ravi@cse.fau.edu Research Interests: • System Integration • Engineering Productivity • Concurrency • Software Decomposition

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Florida Atlantic University, Department of Computer Science & Engineering

DR. MARTIN SOLOMON Assistant Chair and Professor Ph.D. – Stevens Institute of Technology Phone: 561.297.3228 E-mail: marty@cse.fau.edu Research Interests: • Theoretical Computer Science • Databases

MS. TAMI SORGENTE Instructor M.S.C.S. - Florida Atlantic University Phone: 561.297.2674 E-mail: tami@cse.fau.edu Research Interests: • Software Engineering • Data Security • Object-oriented Design • Healthcare Information Management


DR. MICHAEL VANHILST Assistant Professor Ph.D. – University of Washington Phone: 561.297.3916 E-mail: mike@cse.fau.edu Research Interests: • Software Development • Software Agents • Small Devices • System Verification

DR. JIE WU Distinguished Professor Ph.D. – Florida Atlantic University Phone: 561.297.3491 E-mail: jie@cse.fau.edu Research Interests: • Wireless Networks and Mobile Computing • Routing Protocols • Parallel and Distributed Processing

MS. JOY WOODWORTH

DR. XINGQUAN “HILL” ZHU

Instructor M.S.C.S. - Florida Atlantic University Phone: 561.297.2823 E-mail: joy@cse.fau.edu

Assistant Professor Ph.D. – Fudan University, China Phone: 561.297.3168 E-mail: xqzhu@cse.fau.edu

Research Interests: • Software Engineering

Research Interests: • Data Mining and Machine Learning • Multimedia Computing and Multimedia Systems Information Retrieval

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ACTIVE FUNDED RESEARCH PROJECTS Title 1. Secure Telecommunication Networks

2. Center for Coastline Security Technology

3. One Pass to Production

Principal Investigator (PI) / Co-Prinicipal Investigator (Co-PI)

Sponsor/ Total Grant By Year

Mihaela Cardei, Ph.D. Eduardo Fernandez, Ph.D. Mohammad Ilyas, Ph.D. Taghi Khoshgoftaar, Ph.D. Imad Mahgoub, Ph.D. Oge Marques, Ph.D. Abhijit Pandya, Ph.D. Maria Petrie, Ph.D. Michael VanHilst, Ph.D. Jie Wu, Ph.D.

Federal Earmark Project DOD

Borko Furht, Ph.D. Hari Kalva, Ph.D. Taghi Khoshgoftaar, Ph.D. Oge Marques, Ph.D.

Office of Naval Research

Total 1 million in 2004-05 Total 1 million in 2005-06 Total 1 million in 2007-08

Total 1.75 million in 2004-05 Total 2.5 million in 2005-06 Total 2 million in 2007

Ravi Shankar, Ph.D., PI Ankur Agarwal, Ph.D., Co-PI Borko Furht, Ph.D., Co-PI Ionut Cardei, Ph.D. Shihong Huang, Ph.D. Hari Kalva, Ph.D.

Motorola

4. Efficient and Localized Broadcasting in Ad Hoc Wireless Networks

Jie Wu, Ph.D., PI

NSF

5. Optimization Problems in Wireless Sensor Network Design and Applications

Mihaela Cardei, Ph.D., PI

6. Supercluster for High Performance Computing

Jie Wu, Ph.D., PI Borko Furht, Ph.D., Co-PI

7. Mobility-Assisted Routing in Mobile Networks

2003-07

2004-07

Jie Wu, Ph.D., PI

Florida Atlantic University, Department of Computer Science & Engineering

$335,883 $353,855 ~$500,000

$151,791 $275,022 $232,552

$920,814

$225,000

NSF Career Grant 2006-11

$400,000

NSF (equipment grant) 2005-07

$447,191

NSF 2006-09

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Grant Amount Awarded to CSE Department

$284,943


Title

Principal Investigator (PI) / Co-Prinicipal Investigator (Co-PI)

8. Biomedical and Marine Biotechnology FAU Center of Excellence

Taghi Khoshgoftaar, Ph.D., PI

9. Test Vectors 10. Software Engineering

Sponsor/ Total Grant By Year

Grant Amount Awarded to CSE Department

State of Florida Total: $10M in 2003-07

$165,023

Abhijit Pandya, Ph.D., PI Sam Hsu, Ph.D., Co-PI

Motorola 2003-07

$2,360,998

Taghi Khoshgoftaar, Ph.D., PI

Motorola 2007

$22,601

NSF 2005-06

$125,000

Real-Networks 2006-07

$55,000

11. Energy Efficient Comm. in Sensor Networks

Jie Wu, Ph.D., PI

12. Transcoding Algorithms for Video

Hari Kalva, Ph.D., PI

13. Software Development in Samba Platform

Sam Hsu, Ph.D., PI Abhijit Pandya, Ph.D., Co-PI

Motorola 2005-07

$157,550

14. Computer Implementation of Radio Service Software

Jie Wu, Ph.D., PI

Motorola (service grant) 2005-07

$666,179

On2 Technologies 2007-08

$60,000

Pompano Beach Medical Center 2006-07

$21,694

NSF (equipment grant) 2004-07

$85,851

NSF 2006-07

$15,000

Army Research Office 2006-07

$8,000

15. H.263 to VP6 Transcoding 16. Nursing Language for Health Information Systems

Hari Kalva, Ph.D., PI Abhijit Pandya, Ph.D., PI Sam Hsu, Ph.D., Co-PI

17. CISE Instrumentation: Wireless and Sensor Networking Laboratory

Mihaela Cardei, Ph.D., PI Jie Wu, Ph.D., Co-PI

18. IEEE MASS Travel Grant

Jie Wu, Ph.D., PI

19. IEEE MASS Travel Grants 20. Taos Validation Testing and Software Test Automation

Jie Wu, Ph.D., PI Sam Hsu, Ph.D., PI Abhijit Pandya, Ph.D., Co-PI

Motorola 2007

$79,669 Active Funded Research Projects

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Research is to see what everybody else has seen, and to think what nobody else has thought. - A. Szent-Gyorgyi, Hungarian Biochemist

Title

Principal Investigator (PI) / Co-Prinicipal Investigator (Co-PI)

21. Design of High-Performance Publish/Subscribe Systems for Mobile Computing Environments

Jie Wu, Ph.D., PI

22. Research Experience for Undergraduates

Jie Wu, Ph.D., PI

23. Industry AďŹƒliates Program

Borko Furht, Ph.D.

Sponsor/ Total Grant By Year

Grant Amount Awarded to CSE Department

Hong Kong RGC Grant 2006-07

$102,000

NSF 2006-07

$36,844

Motorola, LexisNexis, Citrix, Avocent, m2Sys 2003-07

$218,000

Division of Research at FAU

$15,000

24. Wireless Sensor Networks Design and Experimentation

Mihaela Cardei, Ph.D.

25. Innovative Multiplier

Ravi Shankar, Ph.D.

$15,000

26. Transcoding Algorithms

Hari Kalva, Ph.D.

$25,000

2006-07

International Programs: 27. Graduate Lectures Nirma University, India

Educational Revenues: 28. Training Delivery

29. Weekend Master’s Degree Program in Web and Internet Technologies

Borko Furht, Ph.D. Oge Marques, Ph.D. Imad Mahgoub, Ph.D.

Nirma University

Borko Furht, Ph.D. Oge Marques, Ph.D. Clovis Tondo, Ph.D.

Citrix Corporation PaceMicro Systems 2005-07

$20,000

Graduate Faculty

2004-05 2005-06 2006-07

$200,000 $240,000 $250,000

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Florida Atlantic University, Department of Computer Science & Engineering

2004-07

$45,000

$9,116,460


Externally Funded Research Expenditures The chart below summarizes the departmental annual expenditures for externally funded contracts and grants over the past five years in thousands of dollars.

2000 1800 1600 1400 1200 1000 800 600 400 200 0 2002-03

2003-04

2004-05

2005-06

2006-07

Active Funded Research Projects

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MAJOR FUNDED PROJECT DESCRIPTIONS Center Coastline Security Technology Funded as Federal Earmark Project, Office of Naval Research Total Amount of Funding in 2004-05: $1,750,000 , CSE funding: 156,400 Total Amount of Funding in 2005-06: $2,500,000, CSE funding: $258,000 Total Amount of Funding in 2007: $2,000,000, CSE funding: $233,000 Principal Investigator for the CSE Department: Borko Furht, Ph.D. Investigator: Taghi Khoshgoftaar, Ph.D., Hari Kalva, Ph.D. and Oge Marques, Ph.D. The Center for Coastline Security Technology will focus on research, simulation and evaluation of coastal defense and marine domain awareness equipment, sensors, and components. The Department of Computer Science and Engineering will investigate and develop techniques, technologies and algorithms needed to analyze and classify the raw data provided by the HDTV cameras and other sensors. The department’s work in the first year will be divided into two major activities: video analysis and image and video data mining. In the subsequent years, research activities related to fast data links and wireless networks for transmitting video and image data will be added. Goal and Challenges: The center’s goals will be to provide semi-automatic tools to monitor marine traffic at key (both remote and urban) locations, analyzing the contents of incoming video streams, detecting potential threats, and triggering the corresponding action. Challenges in this research are related to: (a) the enormous volume of raw data produced by each HDTV camera (in the range of Gbps), (b) the need to provide all-weather, 24/7 coverage, and (c) the compromise between local processing (at the output of the video camera) and remote/central processing (at the control room). Approach: Our solution will divide the processing tasks between a number of remote video processing units (RVPUs) and the main con-

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trol room (CR). In doing so, the RVPUs will act as an intelligent filter between a camera and the rest of the network, analyzing video sequences for the presence of significant entities or events, and transmitting that information symbolically to the CR. This arrangement allows for many different sensor modalities to be seamlessly integrated into the system and reduces the bandwidth requirements of the network. It replaces the need to transmit full video signals with transmission of symbolic data extracted from them. The CR accepts video processing results from each of the RVPUs and integrates the information with a model and a database of known objects to infer activities that are of interest to the user. This data is sent to the GUI and other visualization tools as output from the system. At any given time, the CR maintains a list of known objects and sensor parameters, as well as a set of tasks that may need attention. These tasks may be explicitly or implicitly indicated by the user through the GUI, and may include specific objects to be tracked, specific regions to be watched, or specific events to be detected. The role of the video analysis algorithms is to automatically detect moving objects of interest, identify their geolocation, track them through a video sequence and classify them into semantic categories such as human, boat, ship, bird, etc. The results are displayed to the user in real-time on the GUI, and are also archived in web-based object/event database. The development of this solution will involve investigation of algorithms for moving object detection, background subtraction, object tracking, object matching and object type classification based on information such as size, shape and color. The data-mining component of the project will involve developing techniques for mining image and video data obtained from surface and underwater cameras. The aim is to complement a coastline security center with data-mining tools that aid in the monitoring and preemptive action in light of suspicious events, such as underwater weapons and surface collision vehicles.


Telecommunications networks support a broad range of applications including health care, defense, academics, finance and the environment. While telecommunication networks have made our lives a lot easier, they have also made information vulnerable to exploitation and misuse. It is important that communications networks and the information they carry be secure. The proposed project is for conducting research and developing technologies for secure information storage and exchange. These technologies will reduce the crippling effects of security breaches and malicious cyber attacks. The proposed research deals with making these communications networks as and the information that they carry as secure as possible. Three FAU colleges (Engineering and Computer Science, Science, and Business) are involved in this activity. Eight projects have been identified for the first year – four in Engineering and Computer Science, two in Science and two in Business. College of Engineering and Computer Science projects: • Secure web services in wireless environment • Secure communication protocols in wireless ad hoc and sensor networks • Intrusion detection and secure multimedia communications • Biometrics for identity management in wireless networked environment Computer Enhancement to Identify Moving Objects

Secure Telecommunication Networks Federal Earmark Project, Department of Defense Total amount of funding in 2004-05: $1,000,000, CSE Funding: $335,883 Total amount of funding in 2005-06: $1,000,000, CSE Funding: $353,855 Total amount of funding in 2007-08: $1,000,000, CSE Funding: ~$500,000 CSE Investigators: Mohammad Ilyas, Ph.D., Eduardo Fernandez, Ph.D., Maria Petrie, Ph.D., Abhijit Pandya, Ph.D., Imad Mahgoub, Ph.D., Taghi Khoshgoftaar, Ph.D., Oge Marques, Ph.D., Jie Wu, Ph.D., Mihaela Cardei, Ph.D., Sam Hsu, Ph.D.

Charles E. Schmidt College of Science projects: • Testing of cryptographic primitives and information assurance systems • Identification systems and their management Barry Kaye College of Business projects: • Developing a risk management framework for securing communication networks • Organizational issues in securing communications networks and framework for organizational security analysis and assessment.

Major Funded Project Descriptions

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One Pass to Production

challenge. The project has multiple concurrent projects underway

Funded by iDEN Division, Motorola (Plantation)

at present. They involve UML, xUML (Executable UML) and Model

Amount of Funding: 2003-2007: $920,814

Compiler, SysML (System profile of UML) for requirements driven design and integration, Software Product Lines, Concurrency

Principal Investigator: Ravi Shankar, Ph.D.

Modeling with MSC (message sequence charts) and LTSA (labeled

Co-Principal Investigators: Borko Furht, Ph.D. and

transitions analyzer), Multiple MOC (models of computation) system

Ankur Agarwal, Ph.D.

modeling with MLDesigner, Semantic Web for knowledge capture and

Investigators: Hari Kalva, Ph.D., Ionut Cardei, Ph.D., Clovis Tondo,

management, component search, and requirements reuse, Component

Ph.D., Shihong Huang, Ph.D., Michael VanHilst, Ph.D., Grazyna Pa-

Identification, Design, and Reuse, RTOS (real-time operating system),

junen, Ph.D. (EE), Georgiana Hamza-Lup, Ph.D., Jong Pil Choi, Ph.D.,

TDD (test driven development), UTE (unified test engineering),

Raymond Barrett, Ph.D., Baldev Singh Mattu

Software Decomposition, Network on Chip, Performance Modeling and Optimization (static and dynamic), Rapid Prototyping with Xilinx,

This is a long-term project in its fifth year of funding, with a goal

Virtual Simulation Environment with Eclipse, and Requirements

to enhance system design productivity by nearly 500-fold, so a

Animation with SVG. Management issues as pertinent to engineering

new cell phone can be readied for prototyping in 24 hours after

design productivity are also addressed.

user requirements are received. While the goal is audacious, there is precedence for this: Engineering Design Automation (EDA)

Supercluster for High Performance Computing

of chip design has enhanced design productivity by 1,000-fold

Funded by NSF

over 30 years. We are attempting to incorporate similar concepts

Amount of Funding: $447,191

(complexity management, abstraction, automation, reuse, six sigma, etc.) to enhance productivity. The challenges, unlike the EDA, are

Princiapl Investigator: Jie Wu, Ph.D.

in integrating concurrent development activities (in specification,

Co-Principal Investigator: Borko Furht, Ph.D.

software, hardware and test) and at higher levels of the design flow.

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Our current flow uses NOC (network on chip) as the backbone to

In this project, NSF provided the state-of-the art supercluster comput-

separate computing and communication concerns and abstract

er, which is used in several interdisciplinary areas of research includ-

modeling with back annotation to rapidly evolve an optimal design

ing parallel programming tools, video coding and processing, biomet-

while considering interactions amongst the concurrent activities and

rics computing, experimental mathematics, computational physics and

applications. Real-time and mobile system considerations add to the

human genome.

Florida Atlantic University, Department of Computer Science & Engineering


NSF-Funded Projects in Ad Hoc Networks Funded by NSF Amount of Funding: over $400,000 Princiapl Investigator: Jie Wu, Ph.D. In the period 2003-06, NSF provided five grants in the area of ad-hoc networks, including an equipment grant for the establishment of a wireless sensor network research laboratory. The research includes fundamental issues in sensor coverage, topology control and localized algorithms.

CAREER: Optimization Problems in Wireless Sensor Network Design and Applications Funded by NSF Amount of Funding: $400,000 Princiapl Investigator: Mihaela Cardei, Ph.D. This project is a five-year research grant (2006-2011) funded by NSF. The objective of this research project is to establish theoretical and practical foundations for fundamental optimization problems in sensor coverage, topology design and control, and eďŹƒcient data gathering in wireless sensor networks. We will address these problems on two fronts. First, we seek to design and analyze solutions with provably good theoretic results, such as approximation algorithms. Such results will help us understand the system performance limitations through worst-case guarantees. Second, for practical implementations, we will focus on the design of low-complexity distributed and localized algorithms and protocols. In addition, we will provide extensive simulations to verify the performance of our approaches. Simulations will be conducted in the NSF-funded Wireless and Sensor Network Laboratory, where Dr. Cardei serves as director.

Major Funded Project Descriptions

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PUBLICATIONS From 2005 to 2007 the Computer Science and Engineering Department faculty have published over 300 publications and 10 patent applications. This section only lists books, journal papers and patents.

Books (2005-07) 1. M. Cardei, I. Cardei, D.-Z. Du (Eds.), “Resource Management in Wireless Networking,” Springer, Network Theory and Applications, Vol. 16, 2005. 2. M. Ilyas and I. Mahgoub, Eds., “Handbook of Mobile Computing,” CRC Press, 2005. 3. M. Ilyas and I. Mahgoub, Eds., Handbook of Sensor Networks, CRC Press, 2005. 4. B. Furht, E. Muharemagic, and D. Socek, “Multimedia Encryption and Watermarking,” Springer, 2005. 5. B. Furht and D. Kirovski, “Multimedia Security Handbook,” CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida, 2005. 6. B. Furht, E. Muharemagic, and D. Socek, “Multimedia Encryption and Watermarking,” Springer, 2005.

10. I. Mahgoub and M. Ilyas, Eds., Sensor Network Protocols, CRC Press, 2006. 11. I. Mahgoub and M. Ilyas, Eds., Smart Dust: Sensor Network Applications, Architecture, and Design, CRC Press, 2006. 12. B. Furht, Editor-in-Chief, “Encyclopedia of Multimedia,” Springer Science and Business Media, 2006. 13. B. Furht and D. Kirovski, “Multimedia Encryption and Authentication: Techniques and Applications,” Auerbach Publications, 2006. 14. B. Furht and D. Kirovski, “Multimedia Watermarking Techniques and Applications,” Auerbach Publications, 2006. 15. M. Ilyas and S. A. Ahson, “Smartphones,” International Engineering Consortium, 2006. 15. M. Ilyas and S. A. Ahson, “Handbook of Wireless Local Area Networks,” CRC Press, 2005. 16. B. Furht, Editor-in-Chief, “Encyclopedia of Wireless and Mobile Communications,” CRC Press, in press, 2007. 17. A. Marcovitz, “Introduction to Logic and Computer Design,” McGraw-Hill, 2007. 18. X. Zhu and I. Davidson (Eds.), “Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining: Challenges and Realities,” IGI Publishing, April 2007.

7. J. Wu, Handbook of Theoretical and Algorithmic Aspects of Ad Hoc, Sensor, and Peer-to-Peer Networks, CRC Press, 2005.

Journal Papers (2005-07)

8. A. Marcovitz, “Introduction to Logic Design, Second Edition,” McGraw-Hill, 2005. 9. M. Schumacher, E.B. Fernandez, D. Hybertson, F. Buschmann, and P. Sommerlad, “Security Patterns: Integrating Security and Systems Engineering,” Wiley, 2006.

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1. A. Agarwal, A. S. Pandya, and Y. U. Lho, “A Novel Low Power Design of an ALU Using Ad-Hoc Techniques,” International Journal of Fuzzy Logic and Intelligent Systems, Vol. 5, No. 2, 2005, pp. 102-107, 2005.


2. A. Agarwal, A. S. Pandya, and K.B. Kim, “Biometrics for Person

11. I. Cardei, M. Cardei, L. Weng, B. Xu, and D. Z. Du, “Optimal

Authentication: A Survey,” Journal of Artificial Intelligence

Relay Location for Energy Constrained Wireless Ad-hoc

Information System, June 2005.

Networks,” Journal of Global Optimization, Vol. 36, No. 3,

3. A. Agarwal, A. S. Pandya, and Y.U. Lho, “Low Power and High Frequency Data Transfer for RISC and CISC Architecture,”

November 2006, pp. 391-399. 12. S. Yang, F. Dai, M. Cardei, J. Wu, and F. Patterson, “On

International Journal of Fuzzy Logic and Intelligent Systems,

Connected Multiple Point Coverage in Wireless Sensor

Vol. 5, No. 3, 2005.

Networks,” International Journal of Wireless Information

4. A. Agarwal and R. Shankar, “A NOC Design Methodology: A Layered Architecture,” International Journal of Computer Science and Engineering, accepted for publication, 2007. 5. A. Agarwal, M. Mustafa, and R. Shankar, “QOS- Driven Network on Chip Design,” International Journal of Circuits, Systems, and Computation, accepted for publication, 2007. 6. A. Agarwal and R. Shankar, “A Concurrency Model for Network on Chip Design Methodology,” International Journal of Modeling and Simulation, accepted for publication, 2007. 7. A. Agarwal, A.S. Pandya, Y-U. Lho, and K-B. Kim, “Biometrics for Person Authentication: A Survey,” Journal of Korea Intelligent Information System Society, Vol. 11, No. 1, pp. 1-15, 2005. 8. A. Agarwal, A. S. Pandya, and Y-U. Lho, “NOC Architecture Design Methodology”, International Journal of Fuzzy Logic and Intelligent Systems, Vol. 5, No. 1, 2005, pp 57-64. 9. I. Cardei and M. Cardei, “Energy-Efficient Connected Coverage in Wireless Sensor Networks,” International Journal of Sensor Networks, accepted for publication, 2007. 10. I. Cardei, A. Pavan, and R. Bettati, “Quality of Service

Networks (IJWIN), Vol. 13, No. 4, October 2006, pp. 289-301. 13. M. Cardei, J. Wu, and M. Lu, “Improving Network Lifetime using Sensors with Adjustable Sensing Ranges,” International Journal of Sensor Networks (IJSNet), Vol. 1, No. 1/2, 2006, pp. 41-49. 14. M. Cardei, J. Wu, and S. Yang, “Topology Control in Ad hoc Wireless Networks using Cooperative Communication,” IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing, Vol. 5, No. 6, June 2006, pp. 711-724. 15. M. Cardei, “Energy-Efficient Scheduling and Hybrid Communication Architecture for Underwater Littoral Surveillance,” Computer Communications Journal (Elsevier), Vol. 29, No. 17, 2006, pp. 3354-3365. 16. M. Cardei and J. Wu, “Energy-Efficient Coverage Problems in Wireless Ad Hoc Sensor Networks,” Computer Communication Journal (Elsevier), Vol. 29, No. 4, February 2006, pp. 413-420. 17. M. Cardei and D.-Z. Du, “Improving Wireless Sensor Network Lifetime through Power Aware Organization,” ACM Wireless Networks, Vol. 11, No. 3, May 2005, pp. 333-340. 18. G. L. Hamza-Lup, K. A. Hua, R. Peng, “Dynamic Plan Generation and Real-Time Management Techniques for Traffic

Guarantees in Wireless Optical Networks,” International

Evacuation”, to appear in 2007 in a special issue on Intelligence

Journal of Ad Hoc and Ubiquitous Computing, accepted for

and Security Informatics for Transportation Systems of the IEEE

publication, 2007.

Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems (in press).

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19. G. L. Hamza-Lup, K. A. Hua, R. Peng, “Leveraging ETransportation in Real-Time Traffic Evacuation Management”, to appear in the Journal of E-Commerce Research and Applications. 20. S. Hsu, M. Mutha, A. S. Pandya, and Y. Uhg Lho, “Concord: A Proactive Lightweight Middleware to Enable Seamless Connectivity in a Pervasive Environment,” International

26. H. Kalva, “The H.264/AVC Video Coding Standard,” IEEE Multimedia, Vol. 13, No 4, Oct.-Dec. 2006, pp. 86-90. 27. H. Kalva and B. Petljanski, “Exploiting the Directional Features in MPEG-2 for H.264 Intra Transcoding,” IEEE Transactions on Consumer Electronics, Vol. 52, No. 2, May 2006, pp. 706- 711. 28. S. Praveenkumar, H. Kalva, and B. Furht, “Error Resilient

Journal of Fuzzy Logic and Intelligent Systems, Vol. 5, No. 3,

Video Over Multimedia Broadcast Multicast Services (MBNS),

Sept. 2005, pp. 189-195.

Journal of Multimedia Tools and Applications, Special Issue on

21. H. Sneed and S. Huang, “WSDLTest – A Tool for Testing Web Services,” Journal of Software Maintenance and Evolution: Research and Practice, John Wiley & Sons, accepted for publication, 2007. 22. A. Folleco and T. Khoshgoftaar, “Attribute Noise Detection

Wireless Multimedia, Vol. 28, No. 2, February 2006, pp. 187-202. 29. H. Kalva and B. Furht, “Complexity Estimation of the H.264 Coded Video Bitstreams,” The Computer Journal, Oxford University Press, June 2005. 30. H. Kalva, B. Petljanski, and B. Furht, “Complexity Reduction

Using Multi-Resolution Analysis”, International Journal of

Tools for MPEG-2 to H.264 Video Transcoding,” WSEAS

Reliability, Quality and Safety Engineering, Vol. 13, No. 3, 2006,

Transactions on Information Science and Applications, Vol. 2,

pp. 267-288.

Issue 3, March 2005, pp. 295-300.

23. G. Fernandez-Escribano, P. Cuenca, L. Orozco-Barbosa, and H.

31. A. Napolitano, T. M. Khoshgoftaar, and J. Van Hulse, “A

Kalva, “Simple Intra Prediction Algorithms for Heterogeneous

Comparative Study of Data Sampling Methods for Alleviating

MPEG-2/H.264 Video Transcoders,” Journal of Multimedia

Class Imbalance.” Intelligent Data Anlysis: An In¬ternational

Tools and Applications, Accepted for publications, 2007.

Journal, 2007, in press.

24. D. Socek, H. Kalva, S. S. Magliveras, O. Marques, D. Culibrk,

32. N. Seliya and T. M. Khoshgoftaar, “Software Quality Estimation

and B. Furht, “New Approaches to Encryption and

with Limited Fault Data: A Semi-Supervised Learning

Steganography for Digital Videos”, Springer ACM Multimedia

Perspective,” Software Quality Journal, 2007, in press.

Systems Journal, in press, 2007. 25. G. Fernandez-Escribano, H. Kalva, P. Cuenca, and L. Orozco-

33. T. M. Khoshgoftaar, S. Zhong, and V. Joshi, “Enhancing Software Quality Estimation using Ensemble-Classifier based

Barbosa, “A First Approach to Speeding-up the Inter Mode

Noise Filtering,” Intelligent Data Analysis: An International

Selection in MPEG-2/H.264 Transcoders using Machine

Journal, Vol. 9, No. 1, 2005. pp. 3-27.

Learning,” Journal of Multimedia Tools and Applications, accepted for publication, November 2007.

34. J. Van Hulse, and T. M. Khoshgoftaar, “Class Noise Detection Using Frequent Item-sets,” Intelligent Data Analysis: An International Journal, Vol. 10, No 6, December 2006, pp. 487– 507.

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The Department has Six Educational Labs and Nine Research Labs

Publications

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35. T. M. Khoshgoftaar, A. Herzberg, and N. Seliya, “Resource Oriented Selection of Rule-Based Classification Models: An

Technology, Special Issue on Data Mining Applications, Vol. 27,

Empirical Case Study,” Software Quality Journal, Vol. 14, No. 3,

No. 4, December 2006, pp. 232-245.

2006, pp. 309–339. 36. Q. Luo, and T. M. Khoshgoftaar, “Unsupervised Multi-Scale

44. T. M. Khoshgoftaar, K. Gao, and N.H. Ibrahim, “Evaluating Indirect and Direct Classification Techniques for Network

Color Image Segmenta¬tion Based on MDL Principle.” IEEE

Intrusion Detection,” Intelligent Data Analysis: An International

Transactions on Image Processing, Vol. 15, No. 9, 2006,

Journal, Vol. 9, No. 3, 2005, pp. 309-326.

pp.2755–2761. 37. T. M. Khoshgoftaar, J. and Van Hulse, “Identifying Noisy

45. T. M. Khoshgoftaar and P. Rebours, “Noise Elimination with Partitioning Filter for Software Quality Estimation,”

Features with the Pairwise Attribute Noise Detection

International Journal of Computer Applications in Technology,

Algorithm,” Intelligent Data Analysis: An International Journal,

Special Issue on Data Mining Applications, Vol. 27, No. 4,

Vol. 9, No. 6, 2005, pp. 589-602. 38. T. M. Khoshgoftaar and J. Van Hulse, “Determining Noisy

December 2006, pp. 246-258. 46. T. M. Khoshgoftaar, P. and Rebours, “Evaluating Noise

Instances Relative to At¬tributes of Interest,” Intelligent Data

Elimination Techniques for Software Quality Estimation,”

Analysis: An International Journal, Vol. 10, No. 3, 2006, pp. 251–268.

Intelligent Data Analysis: An International Journal, Vol. 9, No.

39. T. M. Khoshgoftaar, N. Seliya, and N. Sundaresh, “An Empirical Study of Predicting Software Faults with Case-Based Reasoning,” Software Quality Journal, Vol. 14, No. 2, 2006, pp. 85-111. 40. T. M. Khoshgoftaar, V. Joshi, and N. Seliya, “Noise Elimination with Ensemble-Classifier filtering: A Case Study in Software

5, 2005, pp. 487-508. 47. T. M. Khoshgoftaar, N. Seliya, and K. Gao, “Detecting Noisy Instances with the Rule-Based Classification Model,” Intelligent Data Analysis: An International Journal, Vol. 9, No. 4, 2005, pp. 347-364. 48. T. M. Khoshgoftaar and Y. Liu, “A Multi-Objective Software

Quality Engineering,” International Journal of Software

Quality Classification Model Using Genetic Programming,”

Engineering and Knowledge Engineering, Vol. 16, No. 1, 2006,

IEEE Transactions on Reliability, 2007, in press.

pp. 53-76. 41. T.M. Khoshgoftaar and K. Gao, “Count Models for Software Quality Estimation,” IEEE Transactions on Reliability, 2007, in press. 42. K. Gao and T. M. Khoshgoftaar, “A Comprehensive Empirical Study of Count Models for Software Fault Prediction.,” IEEE Transactions on Reliability, 2007, in press. 43. T. M. Khoshgoftaar, K. Gao, and H. Lin, “Indirect Classification Approaches: A Comparative Study in Network Intrusion

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Detection,” International Journal of Computer Applications in

Florida Atlantic University, Department of Computer Science & Engineering

49. T. M. Khoshgoftaar, K. Gao, R.M. Szabo, “Comparing Software Fault Predictions of Pure and Zero-Inflated Poisson Regression Models.” International Journal of Systems Science, Special Issue on Reliability in Design, Vol. 36, No. 11, 2005, pp. 705-715. 50. T. M. Khoshgoftaar, N. Seliya, and A. Herzberg, “ResourceOriented Software Quality Classification Models,” Journal of Systems and Software, Vol. 76, No. 2, 2005, pp. 111-126.


51. T. M. Khoshgoftaar, N. Seliya, and K. Gao, “Assessment of a New Three-Group Software Quality Classification Technique: An Empirical Case Study,” Empirical Software Engineering Journal, Vol. 10, 2005, pp. 183-218. 52. N. Seliya and T. M. Khoshgoftaar, “Software Quality Analysis of Unlabeled Pro¬gram Modules with Semi-Supervised Clustering,” IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man & Cybernetics: Part A, Vol. 37, No. 2, March 2007, pp. 201-211. 53. T. M. Khoshgoftaar and P. Rebours “Improving Software Quality Prediction by Noise Filtering Techniques,” Journal of

Network Intrusion Detection,” International Journal of Reliability, Quality, and Safety Engineering, in press, 2007. 59. X. Li, S. Zhong, and J. Wu, “ISRL: Intelligent Search by Reinforcement Learning in Unstructured Peer-to-Peer Networks,” accepted to appear in International Journal of Parallel, Emergent, and Distributed Systems. 60. X. Li and J. Wu, “A Hybrid Searching Scheme in Unstructured Peer-to-Peer Networks”, International Journal of Parallel, Emergent, and Distributed Systems, Vol. 22, No. 1, 2007, pp. 15-38. 61. C. Yang, X. Li, and J. Wu, “Dominating-Set-Based Searching in

Computer Science and Technology. Special Issue on Advances

Peer-to-Peer Networks,” International Journal of High

in Software Metrics and Software Processes, 2007, in press.

Performance Computing and Networking, Vol. 3, No. 4, 2005.

54. J. Van Hulse, T. M. Khoshgoftaar, and H. Huang, “The Pairwise

62. A. Asaduzzaman and I. Mahgoub, “Cache Modeling and

Attribute Noise De¬tection Algorithm.” Knowledge and

optimization for Portable Devices Running MPEG-4 Video

Information Systems Journal, Special Issue on Mining Low-

Decoder,” Special Issue of the Journal of Multimedia Tools and

Quality Data, 2007, in press.

Applications, Springer, Vol. 28, 2006, pp. 239-256.

55. T. M. Khoshgoftaar, J. Van Hulse, C. Seiffert, and L. Zhao, “The

63. D. Culibrk, O. Marques, D. Socek, H. Kalva and B. Furht,

Multiple Imputa¬tion Quantitative Noise Corrector,” Intelligent

“Neural Network Approach to Background Modeling for Video

Data Analysis:

Object Segmentation, IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks,

An International Jour¬nal, Vol. 11, No. 3, 2007.

September 2007. (in print)

56. T. M. Khoshgoftaar, B. Cukic, and N. Seliya, “An Empirical

64. O. Marques and P. Baillargeon, “Design of a Multimedia Traffic

Assessment on Program Module-Order Models,” Journal of

Classifier for Snort”, Information Management & Computer

Quality Technology and Quality Management, Special Issue on

Security, Vol. 15, Issue 2, June 2007.

Reliability Engineering, Vol. 4, No. 2, 2007, pp. 15–37. 57. T. M. Khoshgoftaar, and R.M. Szabo, “Dynamic Models for

65. O. Marques, L.M. Mayron, G.B. Borba, and H.R. Gamba, “An Attention-driven Model for Grouping Similar Images with

Testing Based on Time Series Analysis,” International Journal of

Image Retrieval Applications”, EURASIP Journal on Advances

Reliability, Quality, and Safety Engineer¬ing, Vol. 13, No. 6,

in Signal Processing, Special Issue on Image Perception, Vol.

December 2006, pp. 581–597.

2007, Article ID 43450, 2007.

58. S. Zhong, T. M. Khoshgoftaar, and N. Seliya, “Clustering-Based

Publications

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66. O. Marques and L. M. Mayron, “How Can the Semantic Web Improve the Acquisition and Sharing of Knowledge?” International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and Society, Vol. 2, Issue 3, 2006, pp. 129-142. 67. J. H. Kim, S. I. Kang, H. S. Ryu, W. I. Jang, S. B. Lee, and A.S. Pandya, “Design and Implementation of Artificial

International Journal of Knowledge-Based Intelligent Engineering Systems, 2007. 69. K. Fujimoto, H. Nagashino, Y. Kinouchi, A. A. Danesh, and A. Pandya, “A Plastic Neural Network Model for Sound Therapy of Tinnitus,” SIEEJ Trans. EIS, Vol.127, 2007. 70. L. S. Liebovitch, N. Tsinoremas, and A. S. Pandya,

Intelligent Motorized Wheelchair System Using Speech

“Developing Combinational Multi-Component Therapies

Recognition and Joystick,” Control and Intelligent Systems,

(CMCT) of Drugs that are More Specific and Have Fewer Side

August 2005.

Effects than Traditional One Drug Therapies,” Nonlinear

68. H. Shintani, M. Akutagawa, H. Nagashino, A. S. Pandya and Y. Kinouchi, “Optimization of MLP/BP for Character Recognition Using a Modified Alopex Algorithm”,

Biomedical Physics, 2007. 71. T. Kondo, A. S. Pandya and H. Nagashino, “GMDH-type Neural Network Algorithm with a Feedback Loop for Structural Identification of RBF Neural Network,” International Journal of Knowledge-Based Intelligent Engineering Systems, 2007. 72. T. Kondo, J. Ueno, and A. S.Pandya, “Multi-layered GMDHtype Neural Networks with Radial Basis Functions and their Application to the 3-dimensional Medical Image Recognition of the Liver,” Journal of Advanced Computational Intelligence, Vol. 11, No. 1, 2007, pp. 96-104. 73. A. S. Pandya, T. C. Gilbar, and K-B. Kim, “Neural Network Training Using a GMDH Type Algorithm,” International Journal of Fuzzy Logic and Intelligent Systems, Vol. 5, No. 1, 2005, pp 52-58. 74. J. H. Kim, S. I. Kang, H. S. Ryu, W. I. Jang, S. B. Lee, and A. S. Pandya, “Design and Implementation of Artificial Intelligent Motorized Wheelchair System Using Speech

High Performance Computer Lab, Funded by the NSF, Consists of IBM Clusters and SGI-Altrix Supercomputers

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Recognition & Joystick,” Control and Intelligent Systems, Vol. 33 , No. 2 , 2005, pp. 102–110.


75. A. S. Pandya, T. C. Gilbar, and K.-B. Kim, “Neural Network

Set and Its Applications in Ad-Hoc Networks Using

Training Using a GMDH Type Algorithm,” International

Cooperative Communication,” IEEE Transactions on Parallel

Journal of Fuzzy Logic and Intelligent Systems, Vol. 5, No. 1, 2005.

and Distributed Systems, Vol. 17, No. 8, August 2006, pp. 1-14.

76. H. Kim, S. I. Kang, H. S. Ryu, W. I. Jang, S. B. Lee, and A. S.

85. J. Wu and F. Dai, “Virtual Backbone Construction in MANETs

Pandya, “Speech Recognition using Multi-layer Recurrent

Using Adjustable Transmission Ranges,” IEEE Transactions on

Neural Prediction Models & HMM,” Control and Intelligent

Mobile Computing, Vol. 5, No. 9, September 2006, pp. 1188-1200.

Systems, 2005. 77. J. Wu, S. Yang, and F. Dai, “Logarithmic Store-Carry-Forward Routing in Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks,” accepted for IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems, 2007. 78. F. Dai and J. Wu, “On Constructing k-Connected kDominating Set in Wireless Networks,” accepted to appear in Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing, 2007. 79. S. Yang, M. Lu, and J. Wu, “Scan-Based Movement-Assisted Sensor Deployment Methods in Wireless Sensor Networks,” accepted to appear in IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems, 2007. 80. W. Lou and J. Wu, “Towards Broadcast Reliability in Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks With Double Coverage,” IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing, Vol. 6, No. 2, February 2007, 148-163. 81. J. Wu, W. Lou, and F. Dai, “Extended Multipoint Relays

86. B. Roussev, J. Wu, and L. Liu, “Distributed Computing Using Java: A Comparison of Two Server Designs,” Journal of Systems Architecture, Vol. 52, 2006, pp. 432-440. 87. Y.Wang and J.Wu, “A New Cross-Layer Protocol for Multi-Hop Ad Hoc Wireless Networks,” Journal of Pervasive Computing and Communications, Vol. 1, No. 1, January 2006. 88. B. Wu, J. Wu, E. B. Fernandez, M. Ilyas and S. Magliveras, “Secure and Efficient Key Management in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks,” Journal of Network and Computer Applications, January-March, 2006. 89. J. Wu, M. Cardei, F. Dai, and S. Yang, “Extended Dominating Set and Its Applications in Ad Hoc Networks Using Cooperative Communication,” IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems, Vol. 17, No. 8, August 2006. 90. J. Wu and L. Sheng, “Deadlock-Free Routing in Irregular Networks Using Prefix Routing,” Parallel Processing Letters, 2005.

to Determine Connected Dominating Sets in MANETs,” IEEE

91. J. Wu and D. Wang, “Fault-tolerant and Deadlock-free Routing

Transactions on Computers, Vol. 55, No. 3, March 2006, 334-347.

in 2-D Meshes Using Rectilinear-Monotone Polygonal Fault

82. F. Dai and J. Wu, “Efficient Broadcasting in Ad-Hoc Networks Using Directional Antennas,” IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems, Vol. 17, No. 4, April 2006, pp. 335-347. 83. J. Wu and F. Dai, “Mobility-Sensitive Topology Control in

Blocks,” International Journal of Parallel, Emergent and Distributed Systems, Vol. 20, No. 2, June 2005, pp. 99-111. 92. J. Wu and S. Yang, “Energy-Efficient Node Scheduling Models in Sensor Networks with Adjustable Ranges,” International

Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks,” IEEE Transactions on Parallel and

Journal of Foundations of Computer Science, Vol. 16, No. 1,

Distributed Systems, Vol. 17, No. 6, June 2006, pp. 522-535.

2005, pp. 3-17.

84. J. Wu, M. Cardei, F. Dai, and S. Yang, “Extended Dominating

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93. I. Jawhar and J. Wu, “Race-Free Resource allocation for QoS Support in Wireless Networks” Ad Hoc & Sensor Wireless Networks: An International Journal, Vol. 1, No. 3, May 2005, pp. 179-206. 94. X. Li and J. Wu, “A Hybrid Searching Scheme in Unstructured

Supercomputing, Vol. 31, No. 1, January 2005, pp. 127-133. 103. M. Agarwal, J. H. Cho, L. X. Gao and J. Wu, “Energy Efficient Broadcast in Wireless Ad Hoc Networks with Hitch-Hiking,”

Peer-to-Peer Networks,” accepted to appear in International

ACM/Kluwer MONET, a special issue on Energy Constraints

Journal of Parallel, Emergent, and Distributed Systems.

and Lifetime Performance in Wireless Sensor Networks, Vol.

95. K. Ho, J. Wu, and J. Sum, “On the Session Lifetime Distribution of Gnutella,” accepted to appear in International Journal of Parallel, Emergent and Distributed Systems. 96. M. Ye, C. Li, G. H. Chen, and J. Wu, “EECS: An Energy Efficient Clustering Scheme in Wireless Sensor Networks,” accepted to

10, No. 6, December 2005, pp. 897-910. 104. F. Dai, Q. Dai and J. Wu, “Power Efficient Routing Trees for Ad-Hoc Wireless Networks Using Directional Antenna,” International Journal of Ad-Hoc Networks, No. 3, 2005, pp. 608-620. 105. J. Wu and Z. Jiang, “Extended Minimal Routing in 2D Meshes

appear in Ad-Hoc & Sensor Wireless Networks: An

with Faulty Blocks,” accepted to appear in International

International Journal.

Journal of High Performance Computing and Networking.

97. M. Lu, J. Wu, M. Cardei, and M. Li, “Energy-Efficient

106. B. Roussev and J. Wu, “Automatic Transformation from Use

Connected Coverage of Discrete Targets in Wireless Sensor

Cases to Class Models and OCL Constraints,” accepted to

Networks,” accepted to appear in International Journal of Ad-

appear in International Journal of Computers and Applications.

Hoc and Ubiquitous Computing. 98. J. Wu and Z. Jiang, “On Constructing the Minimum Orthogonal

107. J. Sum, J. Wu and C. -S. Leung, “On Profit Density-Based Greedy Algorithms for a Resource Allocation Problem in Web

Convex Polygon in 2-D Faulty Meshes,” IEEE Transactions on

Services,” accepted to appear in International Journal of

Reliability, Vol. 54, No. 3, September 2005, pp. 449-458.

Computer Applications.

99. J. Wu, F. Gao, Z. Li, and Y. Min, “Optimal and Reliable

108. K. Ho, J.Wu and J. Sum, “Analysis on a Localized Pruning

Communication in Hypercubes using Extended Safety

Method for Connected Dominating Sets,” accepted to appear

Vectors,” IEEE Transactions on Reliability, Vol. 54, No. 3,

in Journal of Information Science and Engineering.

September 2005, pp. 402-411. 100. J. Wu and F. Dai, “Efficient Broadcasting with Guaranteed

109. J. Wu and M. Cardei, “Theoretical and Algorithmic Aspects of Sensor, Ad Hoc Wireless, and Peer-to-Peer Networks,”

Coverage in Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks,” IEEE Transactions on

Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing, Vol. 62,

Mobile Computing, Vol. 4, No. 3, May/June 2005, pp. 1-12.

Nov. 2, 2005.

101. F. Dai and J. Wu, “A Highly Reliable Multi-Path Routing

110. Q. Dai and J. Wu, “Computation of Minimal Uniform

Scheme for Ad Hoc Wireless Networks,” International Journal

Transmission Range in Ad Hoc Wireless Networks,” Cluster

of Parallel Algorithms and Applications, 2005.

Computing, Vol. 8, Jan. 2005, pp. 127-133.

102. J. Wu and L. Sheng, “Deadlock-Free Multicasting in Irregular

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Networks Using Prefix Routing,” The Journal of

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111. J. Wu and L. Sheng, “Deadlock-Free Multicasting in Irregular

Patents (Filed and Accepted by FAU):

Networks Using Prefix Routing,” Journal of Supercomputing, Vo. 31, No. 1, January 2005, pp. 63-78. 112. X. Zhu, T. M. Khoshgoftaar, I. Davidson, I. and S. Zhang, “Editorial: Special Issue on Mining Low-Quality Data,” Knowledge and Information Systems Journal, Vol. 11, No. 2, February 2007, pp. 131-136. 113. X. Zhu and X. Wu, “Class Noise Handling for Effective Cost-Sensitive Learning by Cost-Guided Iterative

1. B. Furht, “Interactive System for Visualization and Retrieval of Video Data,” Patent application filed on September 2006, FAU Reference Number 2006-17. 2. H. Kalva and B. Petljanski, “System, Methods, and Apparatus for Efficient Mode Prediction for Enhancing Data Compression,” Patent application filed January 2006, FAU Reference Number 2005-02.

Classification Filtering,” IEEE Transactions on Knowledge

3. H. Kalva and B. Furht, “A Method and Apparatus for Multi-

and Data Engineering, Vol. 18, No. 10, November, 2006, pp.

View Video Coding,” Provisional Patent Application filed,

1435-1440.

FAU Reference Number 2005-18.

114. Y. Yang, X. Wu, and X. Zhu, “Mining in Anticipation for

4. H. Kalva, “System and Method for Adaptive Algorithm

Concept Change: Proactive-Reactive Prediction in Data

Retooling,” Provisional Patent Application filed, FAU

Streams,” Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery, Vol. 13,

Reference Number 2005-17.

No. 3, November 2006, pp. 261-289.

Patents (Issued)

5. D. Socek, H. Kalva, and S. Magliveras, Methods for Encrypting and Compressing Video,” Provisional Patent Application filed, FAU Reference Number 2005-31. 6. H. Kalva, “System and Method for H.264 to MPEG-2

1. H. Kalva and A. Eleftheriadis, “Method and System for Client-Server Interaction in Interactive Communications Using Server Routes,” U.S. Patent, No. 7,149,770, Dec. 12, 2006. 2. A. Eleftheriadis and H. Kalva, “Object-Based Audio-Visual Terminal and Corresponding Bitstream Architecture,” EU Patent Number EP1209915B1, Issued June 21, 2006. 3. R. Shankar, “High Speed Scaleable Multiplier,” US Patent Application No. 20030105792, FAU filing, December 2001,

Transcoding,” Provisional Patent Application Filed, FAU Reference Number 2006-12. 7. H. Kalva, “System and Method for Low Complexity Video Encoding Using Machine Learning,” Provisional Patent Application filed, FAU Reference Number 2006-15. 8. O. Marques and L. Mayron, “Systems and Method of Image Retrieval,” patent application filed in December 2006, FAU Reference Number 2006-20.

published January 2005, US Patent Granted, April 2006.

Publications

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RECENT PH.D. GRADUATES (2005-2007) 2005 • • • • •

Fei Dai, Advisor: Dr. Jie Wu, Spring 2005. Praveen Sanigepalli, Advisors: Drs. Borko Furht and Hari Kalva, Fall 2005. Yudong Xiao, Advisor: Dr. Taghi Khoshgoftaar, Spring 2005. Naeem Seliya, Advisor: Dr. Taghi Khoshgoftaar, Summer 2005. Ali Abu-El Humos, Advisor: Dr. Bassem Alhalabi, Co-advisor: Dr. Mihaela Cardei, Fall 2005.

2006 • • • • • • •

Dubravko Culibrk, Advisors: Drs. Borko Furht and Oge Marques, Summer 2006. Daniel Socek, Advisors: Drs. Borko Furht and Spyros Magliveras, Summer 2006. Bing Wu, Advisor: Dr. Jie Wu, Fall 2006. Xiuqi Li, Advisor: Dr. Jie Wu, Fall 2006. Ankur Agarwal, Advisor: Dr. Ravi Shankar, Co-advisor: Dr. Abhi Pandya, Fall 2006. Tom Fernandez, Advisors: Dr. Borko Furht and Matt Evett, Fall 2006. Yuhong Dong, Advisor: Dr. Sam Hsu, Co-advisor: Dr. Saeed Rajput, Fall 2006.

2007 (Spring only) • • • •

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Shuhui Yang, Advisor: Dr. Jie Wu, Co-advisor: Dr. Mihaela Cardei, Spring 2007. Jason Van Hulse, Advisor: Dr. Taghi Khoshgoftaar, Spring 2007. Qiming Luo, Advisor: Dr. Taghi Khoshgoftaar, Spring 2007. Jamil Ibriq, Advisor: Dr. Imad Mahgoub, Spring 2007.

Florida Atlantic University, Department of Computer Science & Engineering

Qiming Luo, Spring 2007 CSE Ph.D. Graduate


DEPARTMENT INDUSTRY ADVISORY BOARD The Computer Science and Engineering Industry Advisory Board (IAB) consists of a select group of technical and business executives who advise the department on educational and research issues, assist in curriculum development and improvement, and help to identify emerging areas of opportunity for education and research.

The following companies and their executives are members of the department Industry Advisory Board:

• •

• • • • • • • • • • • • •

Tom Elowson, President and CEO Acxess Richard Kip, Director AeA Florida Council Scott Silverman, CEO Applied Digital Steven Geffin, Vice President of Engineering Avocent Don Packham, President and CEO BlueKey Wireless Systems John J. Sullivan, Jr., Director of Training and Professional Development Boca Raton Police Service Department Tony Mears, Vice President of Operations Choice Point PFG Rick Engelbart, Director of Product Development Citrix Frederick Yentz, Principal CTLaunch, LLC Ben Waldshan, CEO Data Warehouse Andreas Nechyba, CIO Zee Aganovic, CEO Hiconversion Alan Jay Glueckman, Chairman and President eJamming

• • • • • • • • • •

Gary Wisgo, President and CEO GeoFocus Thomas Alasia, President Slobodan Cvetkovic, Principal Software Engineer Graphic Security Systems Corporation David van Voorhis, Manager, Voice Service Delivery Baiju Mandalia, Manager IBM Phil Viscomi, CEO Interfuse Technology Armando Escalante, CTO David Glowacki, Vice President LexisNexis Mizan Rahman, CEO and Chief Software Architect M2Sys Technology: David Holmes, Chief Science Officer and Interim CEO Mekanika Jaime Borras, Corporate VP and CTO iDEN Division Joe Dvorak, Distinguished Member of the Technical Staff Motorola John Yin, President and CEO Partner Community Robert Eng, Principal Engineer Radisys Ben Battle, VP of Product Development ScriptLogic Mourad Oulid-Aissa, Director, Switching Development Bernd Weimer, Software Engineer Siemens Tri Leminh, Director of Product Generation Vassilios Koukoulidis, Technical Manager Siemens ICN Kevin Tolly, CEO Paula Tolly, Vice President Tolly Group Kevin Romer, Director, Research and Development Programs Tyco Fire and Security

Department Industry Advisory Board

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DEPARTMENT INDUSTRY AFFILIATES PROGRAM The Industry Affiliates Program (IAP), established in the Fall of 2002, is designed to provide an effective partnership between FAU’s Computer Science and Engineering Department (CSE) and members of the IT industry, specifically in South Florida. The program provides a mechanism for targeting FAU’s broad capabilities and resources to problems of interest in the broader IT industry.

I. GOALS • • •

Accelerate and streamline the interactions between faculty and industry researchers and scientists Increase the exposure of students to opportunities for internships and employment in leading companies as well as in startups, and Facilitate the transfer of technology developed by CSE.

II. BENEFITS OF MEMBERSHIP Access to Faculty CSE faculty members will be available to discuss their research interests and capabilities, the CSE curriculum, CSE students that may be ready to join the IT workforce and other related topics.

Access to Top Students Gain early access to CSE students for full-time or summer jobs by receiving the resumes of the top 25 students each semester.

Influence Research Directions Participate in the process of proposing new research projects and creating new courses that may be critical to the IT industry for product development and workforce development. Participate in directing the work of post-doc or Ph.D. students.

Access to Research Results On a regular basis, receive non-confidential CSE research reports, publications, and the annual report. Access to confidential research information is available Confidentiality Agreements, Sponsored Research Agreements and Exclusive Options for research results, patents and copyrights is arranged through the University’s Office of Technology Transfer.

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Visibility Research labs and CSE recognition awards can be dedicated to IAP members. Special promotions and press releases will showcase the IAP’s company and the company name and logo can be displayed on the CSE-IAP Web page including a link to the company’s Web page.

Training and Seminars Receive a discount on customized training courses and invitations to CSE research seminars, sponsored conferences and special university events.

III. MEMBERSHIP PLAN The CSE IAP is structured in three tiers: 1.

Silver Member ($1,000 to $10,000 Annual Fee*) - smaller companies including startups that do not have a significant research arm.

2.

Gold Member ($20,000 Annual Fee) - medium-size companies that are already established and have research interests.

3.

Platinum Member ($30,000 Annual Fee) - well-established companies with a significant investment in research and development and with a history of strong relationships with universities.

See the table on page 34 which shows the benefits and fees for the three levels of IAP participation. The following companies are currently members of the CSE Industry Affiliates Program: •

Motorola, Plantation

Platinum Member

Citrix, Fort Lauderdale

Gold Member

LexisNexis, Boca Raton

Gold Member

Avocent, Sunrise

Silver Member

m2SYS, Atlanta

Silver Member

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IAP SCHEDULE OF BENEFITS & FEES SILVER

GOLD

PLATINUM

$1,000 - $10,000*

$20,000

$30,000

Propose Research Topics for Consideration

Yes

Yes

Yes

Access to CSE Non-Confidential Research Results, Reports and Publications

Yes

Yes

Yes

Direct Post-doc or Ph.D. Student

No

No

Yes

Suggest Curriculum and New Course Creation

No

Yes (medium)

Yes (strong)

Access to Faculty

Yes

Yes

Yes

Recruiting – Access to Top 25 Students Each Semester

No

Yes

Yes

CSE Research Labs With Company Name

No

No

Yes

CSE Recognition Awards in Company Name

No

Yes

Yes

Acknowledgments on IAP Web Page

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes 10% discount

Yes 20% discount

Yes 30% discount

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes Two Free Passes

Yes Three Free Passes

Yes Five Free Passes

No

Yes

Yes

Annual Fee

Customized Training Courses Invitation to Seminars and University Events Invitation to CSE Sponsored Conferences IAP Advisory Board Membership * fees

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Revenues

<$1M

$1M-2M

$2M-3M

$3M-4M

$4M-5M

$5M-6M

$6M-7M

$7M-8M

$8M-9M

Annual Fee

$1,000

$2,000

$3,000

$4,000

$5,000

$6,000

$7,000

$8,000

$9,000

Florida Atlantic University, Department of Computer Science & Engineering


Department Programming Team and Members of the Association of Computing Machinery (ACM) Student Club

IAP Schedule of Benefits & Fees

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RECENT EVENTS

Congressman Robert Wexler visited FAU and the Computer Science and Engineering Department Labs

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LEFT: Spring 2007 the College of Engineering and Computer Science kicked off Research Week, the annual event was hosted by FAU’s Division of Research to acknowledge the contributions of FAU’s researchers, scholars and students RIGHT: Scene from the Industry Advisory Board meeting

Recent Events

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LA Grid Meetings LEFT: Supercomputing Center in Barcelona, Spain BELOW: Monterey Tech University in Mexico City, Mexico

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LEFT: Graduate course at Nirma University, India BELOW: President Frank T. Brogan honored visiting Distinguished Professor Harry H. Hilton at the Baldwin House

Recent Events

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