University of North Texas
CSE Alumni Email Newsletter

February 2012  

CSE News
Alumni News
Student News
College of Engineering News
UNT News

Greetings from the CSE Chair

Chairman Barrett Bryant

Dear CSE Alumni and Friends,

Great news to share with you in Spring 2012! Our Center for Information and Computer Security was named as one of the reasons the City of Denton was selected as one of the top U.S. cities in data security. We are now interviewing faculty candidates, some of whom work in security, and we plan to build upon our expertise in this area along with computer systems and intelligent systems through our future faculty hires.

Ferda Nur Alpaslan is our Alumni Focus in this issue. Dr. Alpaslan graduated with her PhD in Computer Science in 1993. As you will read, she is still involved with her major professor, Dr. Kathleen Swigger. Two more recent CSE alumni, Gary (Trey)Tartt and Cesar Ferrigno have formed smallToast and have developed an unofficial UNT app for mobile devices.

Our CSE Department is going to celebrate National Engineers Week February 20-24. You are invited back to be a "Professor for a Day" during that week. We welcome the opportunity to have you talk about your career experiences in Computer Science or Computer Engineering fields in our classes. If you can't come during National Engineers Week, you are invited to come when it is convenient for you. We are making plans for our 40th anniversary and would really like to have our alumni help us in planning it. Please contact me if you would like to be involved in this event.

Barrett Bryant
Professor and Chair

Department of Computer Science and
Engineering News

Center for Information and Computer Security helps Denton achieve recognition as a data security center

The City of Denton has been named among the 10 best data security cities in the U.S by The Boyd Company's study, "Banking & Financial Services: A Comparative Cost Analysis for Information Assurance Operations." Cities were chosen based on their "robust bandwidth, telecommunications, power infrastructures, and favorable operating cost structures and secure location insulated from natural disasters," the study says. It compares the nation's largest regional centers and selected the best cities that met certain criteria for housing highly secure, low-risk and cost-effective data security operations for the banking and financial services industry.

One of the reasons for Denton's selection, according to the study, is because of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering's Center for Information and Computer Security. The CICS is an interdisciplinary center, bringing together individuals and organizations with an interest in the areas of information security, computer security, information assurance, and cybercrime. CICS has been recognized by the National Security Agency and the Department of Homeland Security as a "Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance Education."

Dr. Ram Dantu was interviewed for this Denton-Record Chronicle article and this Dallas Business Journal article. Dantu said, "Information assurance is being addressed at different angles at UNT." He added, for example, computer science, criminal justice and library information are some of the courses already addressing information assurance topics. In the future, Dantu said, UNT will host information assurance workshops in Denton.


CSE hosts NACLO 2012

The regional competition for the North American Computational Linguistics (NACLO) was hosted on February 2, 2012 by the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of North Texas. More than 40 high school students from North Texas participated in this competition.

NACLO is an educational competition in Computational Linguistics, the science of designing computer algorithms to solve linguistic problems. It challenges students to develop strategies for tackling problems in fascinating real languages and formal symbolic systems.

Rada Mihalcea, Associate Professor, and Genene Murphy, CSE Staff, supervised this event, along with the following graduate students: Bharath Dandala (CSE), Chris Hokamp (Linguistics), Ben Leong (CSE), Vanessa Loza (CSE), and Veronica Perez-Rosas (CSE).

To see more pictures of this competition, go to this media gallery page.


Dr. Bryant visits China to prepare for CSE Study Abroad in May 2012

Dr. Barrett Bryant visited China in November 2011 to give a talk "Challenges and Directions in Formalizing the Semantics of Modeling Languages" to the School of Software at Tsinghua University in Beijing. Dr. Bryant received a Memorandum of Understanding between UNT and the Future House from Mr. Yu Yonggang, the Facilities and Equipment Manager at the Future House, shown in the picture above.

Dr. Bryant made this visit to China in preparation for his study abroad program, "Software Engineering and Information Technology in China" in May 2012. This program is primarily for undergraduate students and will be offered as a special topics class, CSCE 4930. Graduate students can also register for this program as CSCE 5933.

Dr. Bryant said this new study abroad program would "give students a chance to interact with professors at one of the leading engineering universities in China, as well as give them a chance to see the local IT scene there in Beijing and how the companies work from both a technical and business point of view."

The program is designed for advanced undergraduate and graduate students to:

  • Provide exposure to the information technology sector in China, both with respect to technical management and business model
  • Understand cultural factors in the Chinese information technology industry
  • Tour companies developing software for the local and international markets
  • Experience the environment at Tsinghua University, an internationally renowned university for engineering in China
  • Attend lectures on software engineering for cloud computing, requirements engineering for global/local markets, and service-oriented software engineering
  • Visit historical sites in and around Beijing, including the Great Wall and the Forbidden City

For more information, see this UNT International Page.


Computational Epidemiology Research Laboratory featured on Spectra

Dr. Armin R. Mikler, CSE Professor and Director of the UNT Computational Epidemiology Research Laboratory talked with Julie West on Spectra in this interview, along with Dr. Sudha Arlikatti, Associate Professor and EADP Coordinator in the UNT Department of Public Administration.

Spectra, ntTV's newest show is being co-produced by the UNT Office of Research and Economic Development. Spectra is designed to stimulate dialogue and interest in a variety of innovative research projects across the university. In each episode of Spectra, two faculty members from different academic departments and disciplines will discuss topics that are relevant to their research and explore the underlying concepts, strategies and approaches that guide their respective fields.


News from Computer Systems Research Lab

(L-R) Front row: Bandon Potter, Paul Lin, Dr. Kavi, Sagarika Adepu, Mahzabeen Islam.
Back row: Robert Tidwell in white hat, Charles Shelor, Tommy Janjusic, Mark Moudy, Marko Scrbak, Jared Sherman.

Dr. Krishna Kavi spent a month during the semester break as a visiting professor at the National Chiao-Tung University (NCTU) in Hsinchu, Taiwan. During this time he served on 2 MS thesis defenses, presented 2 seminars, and explored research collaborations with faculty at this university. NCTU Computer Science department is very highly ranked (#1 in Taiwan, and among top 20 in Asia).

Kavi is the director of the NSF Industry/University Cooperative Research Center. His research group in the Computer Systems Research Lab has been working on several projects with funding from NSF and industrial partners. The following students are currently working with Dr. Kavi: Tommy Janjusic, Charles Shelor, Paul Lin, Mahzabeen Islam, Jared Sherman, Ademola Fawibe, Brandon Potter, Sagarika Adepu, and Marco Scrbak.

The following papers were published by the CSRL group during the past 6 months:

  • A. Fawibe, J. Sherman, K. Kavi, M. Ignatowski and D. Mayhew. "New memory organizations for 3D DRAM and PCMs", Proceedings of the ARCS2012: Architecture of Computing Systems, TU Muenchen, Germany, Feb 28-March 02, 2012.
  • K. Kavi, I. Nwachukwu, A. Fawibe . "A comparative analysis of perofrmance improvement schemes for L-1 caches", Elsevier Journal of Computers and Electrical Engineering.
  • I. Nwachukwu, K. Kavi, A. Fawibe, C. Yan, "Evaluation of techniques to improve cache access uniformities", Proceedings of the 40th Annual Conference on Parallel Processing (ICPP-2011), pp 31-40, Taipei, Taiwan, Sept 13-16, 2011,
  • M. Dubasi, A. Fawibe, O. Garitselov, K. Kavi, I. Nwachukwu, O. Okabia, V. Prabhu, "Parabilis: Speeding up single-threaded applications by extracting fine-grained threads for multi-core execution", Proceedings of the 10th International Symposium on Parallel and Distributed Computing (ISPDC 2011), July 6-8, 2011, Cluj Napoca, Romania.
  • T. Janjusic, K. Kavi and B. Potter, "Gleipnir: A memory analysis tool", Proceedings of the 2011 International Conference on Computational Science (ICCS 2011), June 1-3, 2011, Singapore, pp 2058-2067.


LARC News

In the latest news, graduate student Joshua Taylor passed the PhD Research Readiness examination on January 10, 2012 by giving a lecture on Procedural Content Generation to his PhD Committee, consisting of Drs. Ian Parberry (adviser and committee chair), Robert Akl, Robert Renka, and Armin Mikler. Congratulations to Joshua!

Game demos from Game Programming I, CSCE 4210 and Intro to Game Programming, CSCE 5250 for Fall 2011 are now available online. Dr. Parberry says some of them will really knock your socks off!

PhD student Dhanyu Amarasinghe and Ian Parberry's paper "Fast, Believable Real-time Rendering of Burning Low-Polygon Objects in Video Games" received the Best Paper Award at the 6th International North American Conference on Intelligent Games and Simulation held in Troy, NY, in September 2011.

The Second Edition of Fletcher Dunn and Ian Parberry's book, 3D Math Primer for Graphics and Game Development is now available from CRC Press and Amazon.

Chuck Flores, LARC Alumnus #38 was a game programmer for the Facebook game Castleville being sold by Zynga.

Thanks to Larry Sullivan, Director of Engineering at Microsoft and a 1992 BS in Computer Science graduate at UNT, for donating 10 Kinect sensors to LARC in September 2011. These will be used by students in Dr. Parberry's Game Programming classes, where students will learn how to use the Kinect SDK to add motion sense technology to their games.


Dr. Mohanty appointed General Chair of ISVLSI 2012

Dr. Saraju Mohanty has been appointed as the General Chair of the IEEE Computer Society Annual Symposium on VLSI. ISVLSI 2012 will be held at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst, August 19-21, 2012. Dr. Mohanty believes that this is a true demonstration of the leadership VLSI research undertaken at NanoSystem Design Laboratory (NSDL) and the event will bring significant visibility to UNT.

In other news from NSDL, student member Oleg Garitselov traveled to Hyderabad, India during the first week of January 2012. He presented two papers and received very important international exposure. The following two papers were presented:

  • O. Okobiah, S. P. Mohanty, E. Kougianos, and O. Garitselov, "Kriging-Assisted Ultra-Fast Simulated-Annealing Optimization of a Clamped Bitline Sense Amplifier", in Proceedings of the 25th IEEE International Conference on VLSI Design (VLSID), pp. 310-315, 2012.
  • O. Garitselov, S. P. Mohanty, and E. Kougianos, "Fast-Accurate Non-Polynomial Metamodeling for nano-CMOS PLL Design Optimization", in Proceedings of the 25th IEEE International Conference on VLSI Design (VLSID), pp. 316-321, 2012.

Dr. Mohanty also presented the following paper in Kochi India: O. Garitselov, et al., "Bee Colony Inspired Metamodeling Based Fast Optimization of a Nano-CMOS PLL", in Proceedings of the 2nd IEEE International Symposium on Electronic System Design (ISED), pp. 6-11, 2011.

A U.S. patent was issued to Dr. Mohanty in November 2011 with title "Methods and Devices for Enrollment and Verification of Biometric Information in Identification Documents", US Patent Number: 8058972.


Dr. Paul Tarau presents papers

Dr. Paul Tarau (left) has presented the paper "A Declarative Specification . of Tree-based Symbolic Arithmetic Computations" at the Fourteenth International Symposium on Practical Aspects of Declarative Languages (PADL'12). David Haraburda (right), a PhD student working with Dr. Tarau, has obtained a grant to attend the POPL'12 conference, one of the most important events in programming language research. He will also present in March at the ACM SAC'2012 conference in Trento, Italy, the paper "On Computing with Types" co-authored with Dr. Tarau. Their work is supported by Dr. Tarau's NSF grant: "A Bijective Data Transformation Framework."


David Keathly assists TAMS students to win prize

David Keathly, Senior Lecturer in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, and a group of senior IT students known as "Prestige Worldwide" in the CSE department, helped seven students from UNT's Texas Academy of Math and Science (TAMS win first place and $30,000 in UNT's annual Murphy Center for Entrepreneurship New Ventures Creation Contest. Their company, Forward Tutoring, requires students to pay for tutoring services with volunteer hours rather than cash.

TAMS students Stephanie Nguyen, David Chi, J.J. Echaniz, Shannon Lu, Mariko Nakamura, Mitchell Powell and Brian Ng beat out dozens of competing teams in the months-long contest, which requires applicants to create an innovative business model with their idea for an Internet-based nonprofit tutoring service.

Mr. Keathly recruited a number of Information Technology Seniors to participate in a directed study project, which then turned into a Capstone project to transform the Forward Tutoring concept into reality.

For more information, see this NT Daily article

News for Alumni

Alumni Focus

Ferda Nur Alpaslan graduated with a Ph.D. degree from the Department of Computer Science in 1993. She carried out her doctoral research with Dr. Kathy Swigger as her advisor. She has been working with Dr. Swigger and Dr. Robert Brazile since then. Their work contributed to the receipt of grants from the National Science Foundation. Dr. Alpaslan is currently a member of Dr. Swigger's GSD (Global Software Development) research group where they do international collaborative research with other researchers from USA, UK, Panama, and Turkey. They have many joint publications some of which received the best paper award.

After her graduation, Dr. Alpaslan joined the Middle East Technical University (METU) in Ankara, Turkey. She is currently a full professor in Computer Engineering Department and founder and coordinator of the Intelligent Systems Lab. Her research interests include machine learning, intelligent systems, automated reasoning, e-learning, global software development, semantic web technologies, and ontology-based systems. Her research findings are published in leading conferences and journals and she received many faculty publication awards from METU.

Besides the GSD group, Dr. Alpaslan works with many researchers from different countries. She has coordinated various national and international research projects including:

  • A neural network based intelligent system
  • An expert system shell using induction methods
  • Development of web-based courses at METU
  • Development of an intelligent authoring tool for web-based course preparation
  • Development of an intelligent agent for distance learning
  • A neural network system using autoregressive model for rule generation
  • The virtual international collaborative university (METU-UNT joint NSF project)
  • Realistic applications of action languages for workflow management (METU-UT Austin joint NSF project)
  • Distributed and cooperative information systems
  • Mobile commerce with location-based mobile software agents
  • Behavior-based robotics applications
  • An ontology-based Turkish question-answering system

As a recognized contributor to the field of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, Dr. Alpaslan is frequently invited to serve on review committees for leading AAAI, ACM, and IEEE conferences and journals.


We want to hear from you! What have you been doing since graduating from UNT?
Please send a few paragraphs and a picture to CSEAlumni@unt.edu.

CSE Alumni create unofficial UNT app

Gary (Trey) Tartt (right) a 2011 graduate with a M.S. in Computer Engineering from UNT and Cesar Ferrigno (left) a 2008 graduate with a B.S. in Computer Engineering from UNT, have teamed up to create the Unofficial UNT app for iPhone and Android. The Unofficial North Texas app is not currently sponsored nor endorsed by the University of North Texas but since release has been embraced by students as well as faculty. Since launching at the start of the Spring 2012 semester smallToast has provided more than 1,400 users the opportunity to get the information they need on the go.

Features include the academic calendar, campus dining with menus, colleges and schools, a map of campus buildings, bus routes with stop times, computer lab information, Mean Green Sports, campus news and resources. They are already working hard on new features that will be released soon.

Together, Trey and Cesar are smallToast. For more than two years, Trey has worked at a Dallas area corporation doing mobile development and prototyping. Recently he started taking courses toward his MBA at UNT. Cesar works in Dallas at a major company as an IT Specialist/Applications Developer where he designs and develops Java based web applications. Together they built smallToast from the ground up bringing their talents together to build these unique applications.


You are invited to be a "Professor for a Day"

CSE Alumnus Michael Hall Professor for a Day
in two CSE classes last year.
The UNT College of Engineering and the CSE Department will celebrate National Engineers Week February 20-24, 2012. You are invited to come back to UNT to be a "Professor for a Day." All you need is a desire to share your knowledge and experience with our undergraduate or graduate students. Be sure to check the latest Engineering Week schedule for the most recent updates.

We welcome the opportunity to have you talk about your career experiences in Computer Science or Computer Engineering fields in our classes. If you can't come during National Engineers Week, you are invited to come when it is convenient for you. Check out the Spring 2012 schedule and contact Genene Murphy if you would like to be a "Professor for a Day" in our Department of Computer Science and Engineering.




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Student News

CSE PhD Graduate wins 2012 Graduate Students Impact Award

The UNT Toulouse Graduate School recently announced that Kalyan Pathapati Subbu has been named the Grand Prize winner of the 2012 Graduate Students Impact Award. This award goes to the graduate student whose graduate work made or could make the biggest impact on improving lives and society.

Kalyan Pathapati Subbu's dissertation titled Indoor localization using Magnetic Fields provides a theoretical framework to understand the occurrence of magnetic fields in different kinds of indoor buildings. His proposed magnetic signature based location classification system helps in drastically reducing the search time to identify a person's location during a 911 emergency situation. His work can also be expanded to a smartphone based navigation system with integrated with voice controls to assist blind or visually impaired people to walk indoors.

Kalyan received his PhD at the December 2011 commencement. Dr. Ram Dantu was his major professor. Congratulations to Kalyan from the Department of Computer Science and Engineering!


Congratulations to CSE graduates

Congratulations to all of our Department of Computer Science and Engineering graduates in Fall 2011.

Ph.D. Graduates in Fall 2011

Hakan Ceylan (left)

Dissertation: "Investigating the Extractive Summarization of Literary Novels"

Major Professor: Rada Mihalcea (right)


Kalyan Pathapati Subbu (left)

Dissertation: "Indoor Localization Using Magnetic Fields"

Major Professor: Ram Dantu (right)


Student defends MS Thesis

Congratulations to Srikanth Jonnada who defended his MS thesis in December 2011.

Srikanth Jonnada (right)

Thesis: "Cuff-less Blood Pressure Measurement using a Smart Phone"

Major Professor: Ram Dantu (left)

Defense Date: December 8, 2011

Srikanth is now working on VOIP-related products at tekVizion.


Danielle Gaither receives CRA-W scholarship

Ph. D. student Danielle Gaither received a Committee on the Status of Women in Computing Research (CRA-W) scholarship to attend the CRA-W/CDC/SIGPLAN Mentoring Workshop last week at POPL (Principles of Programming Languages Symposium). The scholarship covered her travel expenses, lodging, and registration fees at POPL and a Programming Languages Mentoring Workshop (PLMW) held the day before POPL started.

PLMW featured talks by researchers in the programming languages community, some talking specifically about their research, others talking about more general career-oriented topics. Research topics included separation logic and program termination. Career-oriented topics included how to write a research paper and a panel discussion on the job search process after completing a PhD.

This scholarship from CRA-W gave Danielle the chance to see top-of-the-line research in programming languages, as well as interact with some people who have made great contributions to the field. Congratulations to Danielle on receiving this scholarship!


Yiwen Wan receives recognition at Entrepreneurship Conference

(L-R) Yiwan Wan, Michael Wang, Samu Chakki
Yiwen Wan, a graduate research assistant in CSE, recently received 2nd prize as a team in an entrepreneurship competition. The event, The Innovation Challenge was held November 18-19, 2011 at the Alcatel-Lucent Gravity Center in Plano Texas. UNT and Alcatel-Lucent sponsored the competition for which around 15 teams were originally entered.

Ms. Wan's team included Samu Chakki and Michael Wang. Ms. Chakki is a graduate student in Electrical Engineering and Mr. Wang is a senior at TAMS. Each team was required to describe an innovative idea, a product, a marketing plan, and a business model that supported it.

The product proposed by the team is called FunNECT. It is a fun mobile app that connects you with your family and friends across the world through a long distance virtual PhotoBooth and real-time interactive fun for photo, video and other media.

Congratulations to Yiwen Wan on her success in this competition!

College of Engineering News

CENG to celebrate National Engineers Week

The Council of Engineering Organizations and the Center for Student Affairs are hosting the annual celebration for National Engineers Week from February 20-24 to promote and educate others about the field of engineering as a profession. Be sure to check the latest Engineering Week schedule for the most recent updates.

On Monday, February 20 there will be a Networking Panel Discussion & Luncheon in B185 from 1-2 pm hosted by the UNT Career Center. The panel will be made up of industry-related speakers discussing topics including interviewing tips, dressing for success, resume writing and how to network. Box lunches will be provided for participants only.

Tuesday, February 21 will include several E-Games hosted by the engineering professional societies. Times for each event will be updated soon. Then, from 1-3 pm join us for the Segway Obstacle Course Races in Parking Lot 4.

Wednesday, February 22 will start with the annual CANstruction competition from 1-5 pm in the DP Hallway near the piano. The CEO is hosting a departmental competition to get cans of food to be used in the competition and then donated to the Denton Food Bank. Please help out and bring your canned goods to the boxes located in each department. That evening will be the Gaming Tournament from 7-9 pm in the DP Hallway and Library Lab. Several video gaming systems will be available, as well as, board games and FREE pizza!

Thursday, February 23 is the Engineering and Computer Science Internship and Career Fair hosted by the UNT Career Center. This event is from 10 am-2 pm and students must register in advance via the Eagle Network to have their resume included.

Finally, on Friday, February 24 we will host 100 high school students for an outreach project at Discovery Park. Student volunteers are needed for this event and can sign up in the CSA Office, G140 at Discovery Park.


News from the UNT Society of Women Engineers

At SWE Conference in Lubbock, (L-R): Jennifer Williams, Samantha Daugherty, Adriana Blanco, Lisa Thidavanh

Members of UNT SWE attended the 2011 Society of Women Engineers National Conference, WE11, located in Chicago, IL in October 2011. Members attended a career fair and dozens of workshops that focused not only on technical aspects of careers, but also professionalism, and work-home balance. WE11 ranks as the second most attended SWE conference with 5800+ attendees and 300+ companies! SWE conferences are a great way to network and reconnect with others.

The UNT SWE chapter recently attended the SWE Region C Conference hosted by the Texas Tech University chapter in January 2012. While at the conference, they were able to get in touch with local professionals who have agreed to support them for upcoming events!

UNT SWE hosted a "One Busy Girl" workshop with the Multicultural Center on the "Impact of Mentoring" last October. There was an open discussion on what to look for when choosing a mentor and how that relationship could help you to become a highly desirable employee.

Etta Clark from PEPSICO who is also on the CENG Industrial Advisory Board spoke at the November general meeting. Members gained valuable insight on how flexible degrees can be applied and reasons for committing to organizations such as SWE.

Contact UNT SWE for more information.


CENG offers SUPER in Summer 2012

The UNT College of Engineering will offer a SUPER summer for undergraduate students again in 2012. SUPER stands for Summer Undergraduate Program in Engineering Research. This program will give undergraduate students an opportunity to conduct research projects for eight weeks during the summer.

The SUPER program is from June 2 to July 28, 2012 and is oriented toward students who have completed at least two years of study in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, or Materials Science and Engineering with a cumulative grade point average of 3.5 or higher at the end of the Fall 2011 semester. Students who graduate at the end of the Spring 2012 semester are not eligible for this program.

Applications for the SUPER program, one sealed letter of recommendation from an engineering faculty member at your current institution, an official transcript, resume. and a statement of research interest are due to the UNT College of Engineering by March 15, 2012. For more information and the online location of the application form, please visit this College of Engineering website.


COMING UP at the COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING

DESIGN DAY — Friday, April 27, 2012

Poster and Project Presentations by CENG Students

University of North Texas News

UNT proclaims Four Bold Goals

On February 13, the University of North Texas unveiled its plan to achieve greatness by announcing four bold goals and a new theme line: "A green light to greatness." The plan and the theme will help the university become a recognized leaders in education, research and scholarship, student support and community engagement.

An event, Four Bold Goals, One Great University: UNT in a Whole New Light, was held in UNT's Murchison Performing Arts Center and dramatically revealed the new plan. UNT's new theme and visual elements were also revealed during this event. The slogan and visuals embody UNT's aspirations to be among America's great public research universities and its promise to help students achieve success.

Read more about UNT's Four Bold Goals and A green light to greatness.


Attend the Emerald Ball to support Emerald Eagle Scholars

The Emerald Ball goes Green on Saturday, February 25, 2012 at the Club Level of UNT's Apogee stadium. The annual Emerald Ball supports the Emerald Eagle Scholars, UNT's award-winning program that helps high-achieving but financially challenged students achieve their college dreams. Since the first ball in 2006, more than $400,000 has been raised for the program's endowment.

The 2012 Emerald Ball starts at 6 p.m. and includes cocktails, dinner and dancing. Tickets are $200 each, with proceeds supporting the Emerald Eagle Scholars program. Sponsorship opportunities also are available.

For more information about the Emerald Ball and how you can help support Emerald Eagle scholars at UNT, please see this website.

The CSE Email Newsletter was assembled and produced by Genene Murphy and Don Retzlaff. It is a publication of the UNT Computer Science and Engineering Department. Contact the department at csenewsletter@unt.edu.

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