Below are theses and dissertations completed by graduates of the University of Nevada Las Vegas Computer Science Department.

For the entire collection of UNLV theses and dissertations, visit UNLV Theses, Dissertations, Professional Papers, and Capstones

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Theses/Dissertations from 2016

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Vulnerability Analysis and Security Framework for Zigbee Communication in IOT, Charbel Azzi

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Empirical Study of Concurrent Programming Paradigms, Patrick M. Daleiden

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Security Threats from UAS and Its Mitigation Through Detection and Tracking, Sai Ram Ganti

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Improvement of Security in UAS Communication and Navigation using ADS-B, Vedadatta Gouripeddi

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A Simulator Application for Distributed Leader Election Algorithms, Sugeeswara Gurudeniya

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Top-K Nodes Identification in Big Networks Based on Topology and Activity Analysis, Sweta Gurung

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Algorithms for Monotone Paths with Visibility Properties, Bikash Lama Bamjan

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Efficient Algorithms for Clustering Polygonal Obstacles, Sabbir Kumar Manandhar

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Novel Non-Blocking Approach for a Concurrent Heap, Rashmi Niyolia

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Analysis of Power-Down Systems with Five States, Govind Pathak

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Simulation of Online Bin Packing in Practice, Kalpana Rajagopal

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A Case Study on Enterprise Content Management using Agile Methodology, Rohit Raj

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A Web-Based Solution for Small Unmanned Aircraft System (sUAS) Traffic Management, Monetta Angelique Shaw

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Parallel Static Object Detection, Tirambad Shiwakoti

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The JVMCSP Runtime and Code Generator for ProcessJ in Java, Cabel Dhoj Shrestha

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A Web Based User Interface for Machine Learning Analysis of Health and Education Data, Chandani Shrestha

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Mining Unstructured Log Messages for Security Threat Detection, Candace Suh-Lee

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An Empirical Study on The Impact of C++ Lambdas And Programmer Experience, Phillip Merlin Uesbeck

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Enhancing the Draft Assembly with Minhash, Saju Varghese