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Faculty Positions: Cyber Security and Software Systems. Research Spotlight: Computer Vision Laboratory. Dr. Getoor To Give Lecture. Dr. Getoor Invited Speaker at CMU. Dr. Kingsford Receives Sloan Research Fellowship. Dr. Memon To Give Keynote. CS Department Featured on Software Engineer Insider. CS Alumnus Named Sloan Fellow

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    treemapart.wordpress.com Treemap Art

    My appreciation to Minhaz Rahman Kazi for helping me realize this idea and contributing much the esthetics of the results. The full views are freely available for anyone to make personal use prints. A contribution of $500 to the UM Human-Computer Interaction Lab (www.cs.umd.edu/hcil) will get ser... Read article

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    openprocessing.org House of Commons Response Rate 2007- OpenProcessing

    Work: http://openprocessing.org/visuals/?visualID= 2649 No users added this sketch as a favorite yet. This is a treemap of the UK MP's response rate to email sent to them via WriteToThem.org. I took the data from WriteToThem.org website (the latest they had, two months ago). I had the idea from B... Read article

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    Perhaps this could be the seed of a similar post on “how to prepare efficiently for a presentation”? http://brukskvalitet.no Ram Yoga Edward Tufte also has some nice pointers: http://www.cs.umd.edu/class/spring2002/cmsc434-… http://www.brodwall.com/johannes/blog/ jhannes Some more tips from Dunca... Read article

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    acm.umd.umich.edu Distinguished Lecture: Sorting in Space | Association for Computing Machinery

    In this talk we give a brief overview of hierarchical spatial data structures and related research results. In addition, we demonstrate the SAND Browser (found at http://www.cs.umd.edu/~brabec/ sandjava ) and the VASCO JAVA applet which illustrate these methods (found at http://www.cs.umd.edu/~hj... Read article

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    cps-vo.org UMD Science of Security Lablet Research Initiative | CPS-VO

    UMD'S SCIENCE OF SECURITY LABLET INITIATIVE LEAD PI Jonathan Katz is the director of the Maryland Cybersecurity Center , as well as a professor in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Maryland with a joint appointment in UMIACS . He received undergraduate degrees in chemistry a... Read article

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    cs.unc.edu UNC/UMD MediaBus Project

    211-224. We seek principles and guidelines by which VE designers can create virtual systems that will interoperate. New VEs will be built from existing one by combination and interconnection rather than with a preponderance of new coding, as is currently done. We will embody the understanding we ... Read article

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    ccb.jhu.edu Quake

    07/21/2010 - Version 0.1 In addition to a number of minor tweaks, the semi-significant improvements include: The -u option now outputs a file of uncorrected reads, and maintains read pairs. See manual section 4 for details. The -z option is now more efficient about zipping output files by using t... Read article

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    securecomputation.org Team | Secure Computation

    Principal Investigators at Kickoff Meeting in Charlottesville (Left-to-Right): abhi shelat, Steven Myers, Michael Hicks, Jonathan Katz, Aaron Mackey, David Evans Students Pam Bilo (Indiana University) Shengxuan (Jerry) Ye (University of Virginia, BSCS 2012) Samee Zahur (University of Virginia, Ph... Read article

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    Myrmics , BDDT, and PARTEE are task-parallel runtimes for distributed-memory, non cache coherent shared memory and cache coherent shared memory multicore processors that scale parallel applications to tens or hundreds of cores. GreenVM is a Java Virtual Machine for distributed memory manycores ru... Read article

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