Monica Martinez-Canales (Ed.):
Proceedings of the Richard Tapia Celebration of Diversity in Computing Conference 2007, Orlando, Florida, USA, October 14-17, 2007.
ACM 2007, ISBN 978-1-59593-866-4
Papers session 1
Papers session 2
: Cache improvement techniques reconsidered: a write-buffer case study.
: The effect of memory bandwidth on processor performance.
: A model for sustainable after-school robotics programs in underserved schools.
: Opportunistic source coding for data gathering in wireless sensor networks.
: Developing an interface for capturing and sharing information on research posters.
: Wu's castle: teaching for loops and arrays using games.
: A C++ class supporting state-deficient adjoint state methods.
: Driving simulation environment for modeling of human behavior.
: Handling self-modifying code using software dynamic translation.
: Social software for governments: government next step to improve community participation.
Lonnie T. Parker
: Learning locomotion behaviors for adaptation of omni-directional walking patterns.
: The role of formative usability evaluation in the user-centered website design process.
: Towards a semantic modeling of learners in e-learning from communities of practice perspective.
: Optimization framework for american-style option valuation with financial constraints.
: A spatio-temporal model for bias estimation in radar rainfall data.
: Using RFID to support digital information sharing on the non-digital objects.