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    • Mach-Zehnder interferometer fringe projector for variable resolution video moire 

      Kalmanson, Phillip C.; Schutte, August; Hart, Chris L.; Blatt, Joel H. (1998-12-29)
      A Mach-Zehnder based variable resolution fringe projection system has been built for 3-D video moini machine vision. This system uses the three main advantages of the Mach-Zehnder - 1) There is no optical feedback to the ...
    • A machine learning approach to anomaly detection 

      Chan, Philip K.; Mahoney, Matthew V.; Arshad, Muhammad H. (2003-03-29)
    • A machine learning approach to detecting attacks by identifying anomalies in network traffic 

      Mahoney, Matthew V. (2003-05-15)
      The current approach to detecting novel attacks in network traffic is to model the normal frequency of session IP addresses and server port usage and to signal unusual combinations of these attributes as suspicious. We ...
    • Machine learning for computer security 

      Chan, Philip K.; Lippmann, Richard P. (2006-12)
      The prevalent use of computers and internet has enhanced the quality of life for many people, but it has also attracted undesired attempts to undermine these systems. This special topic contains several research studies ...
    • Machine learning for host-based anomaly detection 

      Tandon, Gaurav (2008-04-23)
      Anomaly detection techniques complement signature based methods for intrusion detection. Machine learning approaches are applied to anomaly detection for automated learning and detection. Traditional host-based anomaly ...
    • Magnetic cloud boundary layer of 9 November 2004 and its associated space weather effects 

      Zuo, Pingbing; Wei, Fengsi; Feng, Xueshang; Xu, Xiaojun; Song, Wenbin (2010-10)
      On 9 November 2004, the WIND spacecraft detected a magnetic cloud boundary layer (MCBL) during the interval from 19:07 UT to 20:30 UT. Within the MCBL, there is intense southward magnetic field and the dynamic pressure is ...
    • The magnetic field induced by a lightning strike's indirect effect double exponential current waveform 

      Meredith, Scott L.; Earles, Susan K.; Kostanic, Ivica; Turner, Niescja E. (2010)
      Abstract Problem statement: Develop a new formula which describes the magnetic field induced by a lightning strike's indirect effect double exponential current waveform. Approach: A novel approach for developing a closed-form ...
    • The magnetic field induced by a lightning strike's indirect effect double exponential current waveform 

      Meredith, Scott L.; Turner, Niescja E.; Earles, Susan K.; Kostanic, Ivica (2010)
      Problem statement: Develop a new formula which describes the magnetic field induced by a lightning strike's indirect effect double exponential current waveform. Approach: A novel approach for developing a closed-form ...
    • The Magnetic Field of Theta1 Orionis C 

      Fatta, Nicholas
      θ1 Orionis C is an O type star found in the Orion Nebula. An O type star on the main sequence is 15 to 90 times more massive than the sun, and has a surface temperature between 30,000 and 50,000 K. These massive stars were ...
    • Magnetic massive stars as progenitors of 'heavy' stellar-mass black holes 

      Petit, Véronique; Keszthelyi, Zsolt; MacInnis, R.; Cohen, David H.; Townsend, R.H.D.; Wade, Gregg A.; Thomas, S.L.; Owocki, Stanley P.; Puls, Joachim; Ud-Doula, Asif (2016-12-02)
      The groundbreaking detection of gravitational waves produced by the inspiralling and coalescence of the black hole (BH) binary GW150914 confirms the existence of 'heavy' stellar-mass BHs with masses > 25 M⊙. Initial ...
    • Maintenance and Improvement of the Florida Public Hurricane Loss Model 

      Miller, Nicholas Wayne (2016-12)
      The Florida Public Hurricane Loss Model (FPHLM) predicts insurance losses due to hurricane events. This thesis describes maintenance tasks of the vulnerability component of the FPHLM. First, it explores the applicability ...
    • Maintenance in Single-Server Queues: A Game-Theoretic Approach 

      Al-Matar, Najeeb; Dshalalow, Jewgeni H. (2009)
      We use antagonistic stochastic games and fluctuation analysis to examine a single-server queue with bulk input and secondary work during server's multiple vacations. When the buffer contents become exhausted the server ...
    • Male Student Veterans: A Survey of Current Transition Challenges and Issues from Active Duty to Collegiate Life 

      Rowcliffe, Mara Alyce (2017-01)
      The present study evaluated the challenges associated with transitioning from active duty to collegiate life. This included examining if psychological factors and demographic variables influence a male veteran’s ability ...
    • Malicious mobile code related experiments with an extensible network simulator 

      Ondi, Attila (2007-10-12)
      The automated spread of worms such as Code-Red, SQL/Slammer, and Nimda have caused costly problems to computers connected to the Internet. Even users whose machines were not vulnerable to these threats suffered a loss of ...
    • Mapping Tools for Measuring Gross Motor Function in Conductive Education 

      Templet, Jara' (2017-03)
      Cerebral Palsy (CP) is a collection of disorders caused by disturbances in the developing brain before, during, or just after birth that affect the development of movement and posture resulting in limitations in activity. ...
    • Marine current turbine prototypes 

      Clancy, Phil; Schiferl, Eric; Winter, Nathen; Zajac, Adam; Chen, Shouyu; Cespedes, Morgan; Christiansen, Ryan
      Marine current turbines (MCT) are used to generate green energy from currents and tides. This is done by converting the kinetic energy of rotating blades into electrical energy.
    • Mars Rover - URC 

      Ghelani, Niket; Martusevich, Kirill; Poe, Andrew; Bohanon, John; Zarlenga, Christopher; Bernard, Tiziano
      The Rover’s key design components that will allow it to overcome the tasks in the competition are the suspension, differential, and motors. The suspension was designed to overcome a 60 cm tall flat vertical face without ...
    • The mass profile and shape of bars in the spitzer survey of stellar structure in galaxies (S⁴G): Search for an age indicator for bars 

      Kim, Taehyun; Sheth, Kartik; Gadotti, Dimitri Alexei; Lee, Myung Gyoon; Zaritsky, Dennis; Elmegreen, Bruce G.; Athanassoula, Evangelia; Bosma, Albert; Holwerda, Benne; Mizusawa, Trisha (2015-01-20)
      We have measured the radial light profiles and global shapes of bars using two-dimensional 3.6μm image decompositions for 144 face-on barred galaxies from the Spitzer Survey of Stellar Structure in Galaxies. The bar ...
    • Mass Spectrometry Analysis of Fatty Acid Binding to Albumin 

      Nascimento, Carolina
      Albumin is responsible for the transportation of numerous amphipathic molecules including fatty acids in our blood. The number of fatty acids bound to each albumin fluctuates under physiologic and pathologic conditions ...
    • The Masses and Orbits of the Moons of Dwarf Planet Haumea 

      MacDonald, Mariah
      Outside of Neptune's orbit, near Pluto, lies the dwarf planet Haumea, one of the most interesting bodies ever discovered. Its triaxial ellipsoid shape implies a very fast rotation, and it has two large moons, named Hi'iaka ...