Faculty Scholarship: Recent submissions

  • Anthony, Barbara M. (SIGCSE, 2012)
    Operations research, while not traditionally taught at many small or liberal arts colleges, can be a significant asset to the offerings of a computer science department. Often seen as a discipline at the intersection of ...
  • Anthony, Barbara M.; Denman, Richard (The Charles Babbage Research Centre, 2015-08)
    A primitive hypergraph is a hypergraph with maximum cardinality three and maximum degree three such that every 3-edge is adjacent only to 2-edges and is incident only to vertices of degree two. Deciding the bicolorability ...
  • Anthony, Barbara M.; Marr, Alison M. (Springer, 2020)
    Zagreb indices for undirected graphs were introduced nearly fifty years ago. Their original development was related to uses in chemistry, but over time mathematicians have also found them to be an interesting topic of ...
  • Anthony, Barbara M.; Boyd, Sara; Birnbaum, Ricky; Christman, Ananya; Chung, Christine; Davis, Patrick; Dhimar, Jigar; Yuen, David (OASIcs, 2019)
    We study a variation of offline Dial-a-Ride, where each request has not only a source and destination, but also a revenue that is earned for serving the request. We investigate this problem for the uniform metric space ...
  • Ross, Catherine Bourland (Texas Tech University, 2007)
  • Marr, Alison; Denman, Richard; Anthony, Barbara M. (The Charles Babbage Research Centre, 2011-08)
    We investigate the existence of fixed point families for the eccentric digraph (ED) operator, which was introduced in [1]. In [2], the notion of the period ρ(G) of a digraph G (under the ED operator) was defined, and it ...
  • Chung, Christine; Alrawi, Danya; Anthony, Barbara M. (Springer, Cham, 2016-10-23)
    Web-based Doodle polls, where respondents indicate their availability for a collection of times provided by the poll initiator, are an increasingly common way of selecting a time for an event or meeting. Yet group dynamics ...
  • Cantu, Valentin Jr; Anthony, Barbara M. (Consortium for Computing Sciences in Colleges, 2018-12)
    The Mythical Man-Month: Essays on Software Engineering [4] by Dr. Fred Brooks is often required reading in many software engineering classes and recommended by practitioners throughout industry as a text with which computer ...
  • Chung, Christine; Anthony, Barbara M. (Springer, Cham, 2018-11-16)
    Doodle polls allow people to schedule meetings or events based on time preferences of participants. Each participant indicates on a web-based poll form which time slots they find acceptable and a time slot with the most ...
  • Haskell, Halford (American Journal of Archaeology, 1985-04)
    Stirrup jars, containers for oil and wine, are found at various sites throughout the Aegean from the time of their invention on Crete in MM III. Although much attention has been directed toward later versions (some with ...
  • Schrum, Jacob; Rollins, Alex C. (GECCO '17 Proceedings of the Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference Companion, 2017-07)
    Previous research using evolutionary computation in Multi-Agent Systems indicates that assigning fitness based on team vs. individual behavior has a strong impact on the ability of evolved teams of artificial agents to ...
  • Schrum, Jacob; Gillespie, Lauren E.; Gonzalez, Gabriela R. (Proceedings of the Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference, 2017-07)
    Intelligent agents have a wide range of applications in robotics, video games, and computer simulations. However, fully general agents should function with as little human guidance as possible. Specifically, agents should ...
  • Schrum, Jacob; McDonnell, Tyler; Andoni, Sari; Bonab, Elmira; Cheng, Sheila; Goode, Jimmie; Moore, Keith; Sellers, Gavin; Choi, Jun-Hwan (GECCO '18 Proceedings of the Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference, 2018-07)
    Neuroevolution is a powerful and general technique for evolving the structure and weights of artificial neural networks. Though neuroevolutionary approaches such as NeuroEvolution of Augmenting Topologies (NEAT) have been ...
  • Schrum, Jacob; Volz, Vanessa; Lucas, Simon M.; Smith, Adam; Liu, Jialin; Risi, Sebastian (Proceedings of the Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference, 2018-07)
    Generative Adversarial Networks (GANs) are a machine learning approach capable of generating novel example outputs across a space of provided training examples. Procedural Content Generation (PCG) of levels for video games ...
  • Schrum, Jacob; Tweraser, Isabel; Gillespie, Lauren E. (Proceedings of the Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference, 2018-07)
    Compositional Pattern Producing Networks (CPPNs) are a generative encoding that has been used to evolve a variety of novel artifacts, such as 2D images, 3D shapes, audio timbres, soft robots, and neural networks. This paper ...
  • Schrum, Jacob (Proceedings of the Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference, 2018-07)
    Tetris is a challenging puzzle game that has received much attention from the AI community, but much of this work relies on intelligent high-level features. Recently, agents played the game using low-level features (10 X ...
  • Haskell, Halford W. (accepted version: Minos (Salamanca), 2014)
    Economic ties between Crete and Thebes based on personal dynastic relations have been hypothesized by a number of scholars. While most of the evidence has been derived from Linear B documents, we can now draw also upon ...
  • Haskell, Halford W. (unpublished (public lecture), 2014-04-02)
    Meandering through the politics of Late Bronze Age Crete follows some interesting paths. One avenue branches from very strict scientific criteria with a determined objective mind set. A more productive wandering may come ...
  • Haskell, Halford W. (unpublished (except via academia.edu), 2015)
    Transport stirrup jars, used for the movement of liquid commodities in bulk, lend themselves to interdisciplinary analytical approaches. An appreciation of early work, bleeding edge at the time, reminds us of how quickly ...

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