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—These days, many traditional end-user applications are said to " run fast enough " on existing machines, so the search continues for novel applications that can leverage the new capabilities of our evolving hardware. Foremost of these potential applications are those that are clustered around information processing capabilities that humans have today but(More)
Methane is the second most important anthropogenically emitted greenhouse gas after carbon dioxide. Anthropogenic methane sources in the US are dominated by emissions from domestic ruminants and from fossil fuel exploration, storage and transmission. The fossil fuel source is primarily due to natural gas leaks along the production to distribution chain, and(More)
Research experiences for undergraduates (REUs) have many positive outcomes on students' perception of and retention in Computer Science (CS). Yet nearly all REUs are aimed at late-college students, well into a CS program. We present the Early Research Scholars Program (ERSP), a 4 quarter program designed to engage early-college (first or second year) CS(More)
Information networks have long been a technique to understand how a subject moves through a complex maze of information. May it be a user on a computer, a packet in a network, or hub on a street, these networks provide us with valuable information about where a subject is going and why it is going there. In this paper we begin at looking at two such(More)
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