Patrick Dudas

Patrick Dudas
Pennsylvania State University | Penn State · Applied Research Laboratory

Doctor of Philosophy

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We widely use emojis in social networking to heighten, mitigate or negate the sentiment of the text. Emoji suggestions already exist in many cross-platform applications but an emoji is predicted solely based a few prominent words instead of understanding the subject and substance of the text. Through this paper, we showcase the importance of using...
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When evaluating a network topology, occasionally data structures cannot be segmented into absolute, heterogeneous groups. There may be a spectrum to the dataset that does not allow for this hard clustering approach and may need to segment using fuzzy/overlapping communities or cliques. Even to this degree, when group members can belong to multiple...
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Adaptive visualization approaches attempt to tune the content and the topology of information visualization to various user characteristics. While adapting visualization to user cognitive traits, goals, or knowledge has been relatively well explored, some other user characteristics have received no attention. This paper presents a methodology to...
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Developing social network visualizations based on collaborative activities can provide a meaningful statistical and topological understanding of the overall dynamics between individuals in a common setting, but without any additional layers of information, interpretation is left to the researcher and the dataset provided. We argue that visualizatio...
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Developing a network based on Twitter data for social network analysis (SNA) is a common task in most academic domains. The need for real-time analysis is not as prevalent due to the fact that researchers are interested in the analysis of Twitter information after a major event or for an overall statistical or sociological study of general Twitter...
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Soil liquefaction takes place during and/or after the occurrence of an earthquake and is a major contributor to urban seismic risk. Geologists use a technique called the cone penetration test (CPT) to determine the properties of soils, including liquefaction levels, which yields large amounts of soil data. The analysis of such massive amounts of da...
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Much research has recently been devoted to developing approaches, techniques, and technologies which assist people with navigation within buildings. Routing is an essential technique often requested by users prior to real-time navigation, providing them with appropriate routes within buildings. A survey of the literature reveals indoor routing appr...

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