Computer Science Master's Thesis Collection



This collection houses the Master's theses produced by the CSUN Department of Computer Science's graduate students. More Master's theses can also be found in the Electronic Theses and Dissertations Community.


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  • Pan, James Paul Jei (California State University, Northridge, 2014-06-13)
    Predicting failure of integrated circuits is typically a destructive process that modifies the circuit in order to monitor and collect data. A non-destructive method of failure prediction is analyzed by simulating circuit ...
  • Diwan, Prerak (California State University, Northridge, 2014-06-05)
    Automated landscape irrigation systems have become quite common nowadays. Electronic controllers are used to control these systems. In this project, a residential irrigation controller system has been created and presented ...
  • Gupta, Nipun (California State University, Northridge, 2014-06-05)
    This thesis examines the challenges of using Electrocardiogram (ECG) signals in wearable computing systems, specifically in addressing drowsiness detection while driving. First, the analysis of ECG signal quality obtained ...
  • Kashyap, Ranjitha (California State University, Northridge, 2014-06-04)
    Data analysis of social media postings can provide a wealth of information about the health of individual users, health across groups, and even access to healthy food choices in neighborhoods. In this thesis, I analyze the ...
  • Choi, Christopher Jay (California State University, Northridge, 2014-06-04)
    The advent of big data and the need for large scale data analysis has led to a rapid increase in the number of systems designed to serve data on the cloud. These systems address the need for OLTP, often adhering to BASE ...