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Ph.D Theses

Wisler, Alan. Arizona State University, (2017) "Graph-based Estimation of Information Divergence Functions" advisor: Berisha, Visar Spanias, Andreas

Pierson, Alyssa. (Boston University), “Analysis of multi-agent systems under varying degrees of trust, cooperation, and competition” (2017) Advisor: Schwager, Mac

Basbug, Mehmet Emin. (Princeton University), “Integrating Exponential Dispersion Models to Latent Structures” (2017) Advisor: Engelhardt, Barbara E. and Schapire, Robert E.

Wisler, Alan. (Arizona State University), “Graph-based Estimation of Information Divergence Functions” (2017) Advisor: Berisha, Visar and Spanias, Andreas

Kailkhura, Bhavya, Ph.D., SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY, “Distributed inference and learning with Byzantine data” (2017) Advisor: Varshney, Pramod K.

Wilamowski, George Christopher. (The George Washington University), “Using Analytical Network Processes to Create Authorization, Authentication, and Accounting Cyber Security Metrics” (2017) Advisor: Sarkani, Shahram and Mazzuchi, Thomas

Zhou, Yihang (State University of New York at Buffalo), “Application of compressed sensing in quantitative magnetic resonance imaging” (2016), Advisor: Lei (Leslie) Ying

Corso, Nicholas Giovanni (University of California, Berkeley), “Sensor Fusion and Online Calibration of an Ambulatory Backpack System for Indoor Mobile Mapping” (2016), advisor: Zakhor, Avideh

Rastogi, Aseem (University of Maryland, College Park), “Language-based techniques for practical and trustworthy secure multi-party computations” (2016) Advisor: Hicks, Michael

Xu, Lifan. (University of Delaware), “Android malware classification using parallelized machine learning methods” (2016) Advisor: Cavazos, John

Android is the most popular mobile operating system with a market share of over 80%. Due to its popularity and also its open source nature, Android is now the platform most targeted by malware, creating an urgent need for effective defense mechanisms to protect Android-enabled devices.


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