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The use of free and open source software in real-world capstone projects
(Journal of Computer Sciences in Colleges, 2011)
This paper analyzes the use of Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) in 22 real-world graduate computer science projects mentored by industrial partners in the past 2.5 years. It serves as a case study on how FOSS is used ...
An Investigation Dimension for Understanding and Characterizing Computing Disciplines
(Proceedings of the 23rd Americas Conference on Information Systems AMCIS, 2017-08)
Computing disciplines are diverse and overlap extensively. ACM provides two dimensions, theory and target level, as a tool to describe the problem spaces of five disciplines of computing: computer science, information ...
Web 2.0 Technologies, Principles, and Applications: Global Diffusion of the Internet XV: Web 2.0 Technologies, Principles, and Applications: A Conceptual Framework from Technology Push and Demand Pull Perspective
(Communications of the Associations of Information Systems, 2009)
Web 2.0, the current Internet evolution, can be described by several key features of an expanded Web that is more interactive; allows easy social interactions through participation and collaboration from a variety of human ...
Success through Academic Recognition (STAR): Sustaining and Expanding UHCL and SJC TWD Computer Science Scholar Program
(The third annual Texas Engineering and Technology Consortium Best Practices Conference, 2008-02)
Concept mapping in computer science education
(Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges, 2017)
Concept Map (CM) is a graphical tool for organizing and structuring knowledge by depicting concepts as nodes, and relationships between concepts as edges. It can be used as an effective tool for teaching, learning, and ...
Development of high storage capacity complex hydrides for reversible hydrogen storage
In this study, novel light weight complex hydrides for reversible hydrogen storage are developed and synthesized. Metal hydrides are generally known to have a good hydrogen storage capacity but possess slow kinetics, ...
Investigation of Catalytic Effects and Compositional Variations in Desorption Characteristics of LiNH2-nanoMgH2
LiNH2 and a pre-processed nanoMgH2 with 1:1 and 2:1 molar ratios were mechanochemically milled in a high-energy planetary ball mill under inert atmosphere, and at room temperature and atmospheric pressure. Based on the ...
Spillover enhancement for hydrogen storage by Pt doped hypercrosslinked polystyrene
(Elsevier Ltd, 2012)
High surface area physisorption materials are of interest for room temperature (RT) hydrogen storage enhancement by spillover. In this study, six different commercially available hypercrosslinked polystyrenes were screened ...
Investigation of polyaniline nanocomposites and cross-linked polyaniline for hydrogen storage
(Advanced Materials Research, 2012)
One of the biggest challenges for the commercial application of existing hydrogen storage materials is to meet the desired high volumetric and gravimetric hydrogen storage capacity and the ability to refuel quickly and ...
Volumetric Hydrogen Sorption Measurements − Uncertainty error analysis and the importance of thermal equilibration time
Abstract The design of a volumetric measurement apparatus is studied by means of an uncertainty analysis to provide guidelines for optimum hydrogen sorption measurements. The reservoir volume should be as small as possible ...