Part of the Institute of Computing and Cybersystems, the Center for Data Sciences (DataS) focuses on the research of data sciences education, algorithms, mathematics, and applications. DataS fosters interdisciplinary collaborations by bringing together diverse faculty and students from varied disciplines to discover new knowledge and exciting research opportunities in the field of data sciences.
Peruse a selection of publications from the Center for Data Sciences below. Visit the ICC homepage for more information about the Institute and its Centers.
Submissions from 2018
Mitigating Turnover Intentions: Are All IT Workers Warriors?, Deborah Armstrong, Cindy Riemenschneider, Mari W. Buche, and Kenneth R. Armstrong
mPart: miss-ratio curve guided partitioning in key-value stores, Daniel Byrne, Nilufer Onder, and Zhenlin Wang
Risk Assesment, Rüdiger Escobar Wolf, El Hachemi Y. Bouali, and Thomas Oommen
Submissions from 2017
The differential influence of identification on ethical judgement: The role of brand love, M. Deniz Dalman, Mari W. Buche, and Junhong Min
Three hundred and sixty degree real-time monitoring of 3-D printing using computer analysis of two camera views, Siranee Nuchitprasitchai, Michael C. Roggeman, and Joshua M. Pearce
To Fear or Not to Fear? A Critical Review and Analysis of Fear Appeals in the Information Security Context, Jeffrey D. Wall and Mari W. Buche
Submissions from 2015
Evaluating the use of unmanned aerial vehicles for transportation purposes, C. N. Brooks, Thomas Oommen, T C. Havens, Theresa M. Ahlborn, Richard Dobson, David B. Dean, B. E. Hart, Chris Roussi, Nathaniel Jesse, R. E. Wolf, Michelle Wienert, B. Stormer, and J. Behrendt
Modeling cross-architecture co-tenancy performance interference, Wei Kuang, Laura E. Brown, and Zhenlin Wang
Transfer learning-based co-run scheduling for heterogeneous dataceners, Wei Kuang, Laura E. Brown, and Zhenlin Wang
GPR anomaly detection with robust principal component analysis, Matthew P. Masarik, Joseph W. Burns, Brian T. Thelen, Jack Kelly, and Timothy C. Havens
Low-cost open-source voltage and current monitor for gas metal arc weld 3D printing, Anthony Pinar, Bas Wijnen, Gerald C. Anzalone, Timothy C. Havens, Paul G. Sanders, and Joshua M. Pearce