Technical Reports (Computing Science)
Technical Reports Collection
Items in this Collection
- 28Szafron, Duane
- 21Schaeffer, Jonathan
- 19Zaiane, Osmar
- 15Ozsu, M. Tamer
- 14Nascimento, Mario
- 13Yang, Herb
- 29Database Systems
- 18Artificial Intelligence
- 13Computer Games
- 9Computer Graphics
- 8Communication Networks
Technical report TR03-22. Different program analyses require different information from the source code. For some applications, an AST (Abstract Syntax Tree) representation of the source may be sufficient. We want to be able to specify assertions on the structure of a program without mentioning...
Technical report TR03-13. Parallel programming is seen as an effective technique to improve the performance of computationally-intensive programs. This is done at the cost of increasing the complexity of the program, since new issues must be addressed for a concurrent application. Parallel...
Technical report TR05-06. The availability of complete genomic sequences allows us to infer the evolutionary footprints between species in a global strategy. However, the length of these genomic sequences poses a challenge on computational efficiency and optimality of information representation...
Technical report TR94-02. A graph is said to be well covered if every maximal independent set has the same size, and very well covered if every maximal independent set contains exactly half the vertices in the graph. Well-covered graphs are of interest because while the problem of finding the...
Technical report TR01-05. Web-based technology is often the technology of choice for distance education given the ease of use of the tools to browse the resources on the Web, the relative affordability of accessing the ubiquitous Web, and the simplicity of deploying and maintaining resources on...
Technical report TR01-06. We are so used to the ubiquitous World-Wide Web (WWW) that we take it for granted. There is no need to emphasize how dynamic, large, rich, and unstructured, yet important the Web is. From researchers and engineers to children and retired elderly, everyone uses the WWW...
Technical report TR96-02. Video modeling has become a topic of increasing interest in the area of multimedia research. One of the key aspects in the video medium is the temporal relationship between video frames. In this report1 we propose a tree based model for specifying spatial and temporal...
Technical report TR98-09. The University of Alberta has a new Visual Identity Program which includes a new stationary design. This document is to facilitate using that design in Latex documents by describing the visual identity graphics and their use in Latex. | TRID-ID TR98-09
Technical report TR07-02. Most contemporary processors offer some version of Single Instruction Multiple Data (SIMD) machinery -- vector registers and instructions to manipulate data stored in such registers. The central idea of this paper is to use these SIMD resources to improve the...
User Constrained Multiscale MRF Model for Texture Mixture Synthesis and its Application to Texture ReplacementDownload
Technical report TR05-25. The original multiscale MRF texture model proposed by Paget (IEEE Transactions on Image Processing, 1998, page 925-931) can be used to synthesize a broad range of textures but is limited to taking a single input texture and outputting a homogeneous texture similar to the...