SRC Grand Finalists 2007
Danny Dig - University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Title of Submission: Toward Automatic Upgrade of Component-Based Applications
Yalling Yang - University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Title of Submission: Interference-aware Loop-free Routing For Mesh Networks
David S. Janzen - University of Kansas
Title of Submission: Software Architecture Improvement through Test-Driven Development
Yuki Mori - University of Tokyo
Title of Submission: Automatic Cross-Sectioning Using 3D Field Topology Analysis
Scott Hale - Eckerd College
Title of Submission: Unsupervised Thresholding and Morphological Processing for Automatic Fin-outline Extraction in DARWIN (Digital Analysis and Recognition of Whale Images on a Network)
Jeffrey Adair - Hiram College
Title of Submission: Locating, Tracking, and Interpreting Ean-13 Bar Code Waveforms in a Two-Dimensional Video Stream
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