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New PhD Student

Alexis Pfaulm joins the group as a PhD student. Welcome, Alexis!

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SASO 2017: Identifying Self-Organization And Adaptability In Complex Adaptive Systems

Our paper, Identifying Self-Organization And Adaptability In Complex Adaptive Systems has been accepted for publication at SASO 2017. Authors: L. Birdsey, C. Szabo, K. Falkner Abstract: Self-organization and adaptability are critical properties of complex adaptive systems (CAS), and their analysis provides insight into the design of these systems, consequently leading to real-world advancements. However, these properties […]

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PhD Thesis: Adaptive Anomalous Behavior Identification in Large-Scale Distributed Systems

Dr Javier Alvarez receives his PhD with a thesis entitled Adaptive Anomalous Behavior Identification in Large-Scale Distributed Systems. Dr Alvarez’ thesis also receives a Dean’s Commendation for Research Excellence. Thesis abstract: Distributed systems have become pervasive. From laptops and mobile phones, to servers and data centers, most computers communicate and coordinate their activities through some kind of […]

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Research Contract: SEM Environment: Deployment Platform and Instrumentation Research. K. Falkner and C. Szabo, DST Group Research Contract ($933,014) (2017-2019)

SEM Environment: Deployment Platform and Instrumentation Research. K. Falkner and C. Szabo, DST Group Research Contract ($933,014) (2017-2019) This new research contract continues our collaborative research work with DST Group, conducting research into FPGA modelling within the MEDEA environment, deployment capabilities on GPU platforms, new capabilities that will support modelling within cloud environments, and the […]

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WSC 2017: Simulating the Effect of Degraded Wireless Communications on Emergent Behavior

Our paper, Simulating the Effect of Degraded Wireless Communications on Emergent Behavior, has been accepted for publication in the Winter Simulation Conference 2017. Authors: B. Fraser, R. Hunjet, C. Szabo Abstract: Most swarming algorithms require individual nodes to know the locations of their nearest-neighbor peers. Existing work assumes that this information is abundant and readily available, however, […]

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Research Contract: Resilient and Contextually Integrated ISR Information Dissemination, 2017-2018

C.Szabo, DST Group, $91,698 The aim of this project is to design and implement a prototype for the effective integration of ISR information at the tactical edge. Specifically, this project will research and develop a prototype that demonstrates the viability of employing a computational, distributed intelligence that will adapt information dissemination priorities according to the […]

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AAMAS 2017: Large-Scale Complex Adaptive Systems Analysis using Multi-Agent Modeling and Simulation

Our paper has been accepted for AAMAS 2017! Title: Large-Scale Complex Adaptive Systems Analysis using Multi-Agent Modeling and Simulation Authors: L. Birdsey, C. Szabo, K. Falkner Abstract: Modeling and analysis of large-scale complex adaptive systems (CAS) is critical to understanding their key properties such as self-organization, emergence, and adaptability. These properties are difficult to analyze in real-world […]

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CAS and the Real World

This is the first in a series of posts that discuss Complex Adaptive System theory, research, features, and other interesting aspects. This post focuses on the basics of complex adaptive systems, how they exist in reality, and why their study is valuable. Complex adaptive systems exist in every facet of life. From the more foundational […]

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Research Contract: Submarine Combat System Large Scale Computing Infrastructure Performance and Interoperability Insight, K. Falkner and C. Szabo, DST Group Research Contract ($150,000, 2016-2017)

This new research contract continues our collaborative research work with DST Group to explore research-based methods for Submarine Combat System Large Scale Computing Infrastructure Performance and Interoperability Insight, specifically in the area of SEM GPU worker creation and deployment capabilities. Under this agreement, we will be working with DST Group to expand our GPU capabilities within […]

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CIKM 2016: Efficient Orthogonal Non-negative Matrix Factorization over Stiefel Manifold

This work has been accepted as a full paper by CIKM 2016. Non-negative Matrix Factorization is an important mathematical tool for various data mining applications. In this paper, CDIT researchers develop an efficient orthogonal non-negative matrix factorization over Stiefel manifold, which significantly outperforms other state-of-the-art algorithms in terms of convergence speed and clustering performance. Efficient Orthogonal Non-negative Matrix Factorization over […]

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