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The rapid growth of contemporary social network sites (SNSs) has coincided with an increasing concern over personal privacy. College students and adolescents routinely provide personal information on profiles that can be viewed by large numbers of unknown people and potentially used in harmful ways. SNSs like Facebook and MySpace allow users to control the(More)
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Disentangling the effects of selection and influence is one of social science's greatest unsolved puzzles: Do people befriend others who are similar to them, or do they become more similar to their friends over time? Recent advances in stochastic actor-based modeling, combined with self-reported data on a popular online social network site, allow us to(More)
In this paper, we present a new digital video watermarking technique using singular value decomposition (SVD) and two-dimensional principal component analysis (2DPCA). The SVD is used to utilized in the spatial domain while the 2DPCA is employed for embedding in the time domain. We demonstrate that the framework based on the combined use of SVD and 2DPCA(More)
In the best of circumstances, change detection (CD) is accomplished using measurements from the same instrument and under similar collection circumstances. Complications in the CD process arise when the variability in the collection process is not minimized. Variations between collected images and a lack of precise corresponding ground truth make accurate(More)
AutoAnalysis is a new method for detecting and quantitating the trityl cation released each cycle on automated DNA synthesizers. The trityl (dimethoxytrityl) cation is removed from the growing oligonucleotide after each base addition and is a useful measure of synthesis efficiency. The traditional absorbance method of collecting each trityl effluent with a(More)
Hyperspectral Imaging has been advanced by recent improvements in airborne imaging hardware. Early airborne HSI datasets such as Indian Pines, have a relatively low spatial and spectral resolution and are useful primarily for research purposes. Higher resolution and lower sensor noise has become the industry standard. Since there is more high quality data(More)
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