Refereed Conference Publications

  1. C.Alvarado, D. E. Tamirm and A. Qasem, “Dynamic feedback-driven thread migration for energy-efficient execution of multithreaded workloads,” Proceedings of the 16th Annual TECHCON Conference, September 2014


  2. M. Burtscher, W. Peng, A. Qasem, H. Shi, D. E. Tamir, and H. Thiry, “A Module-Based Approach to Adopting The 2013 ACM Curricular Recommendations On Parallel Computing,” Proceedings of the 36th SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, (SIGCSE15), (to appear).


  3. S. Dolev, S. Frenkel, and D.E. Tamir, “Error Correction based on Hamming Distance Preserving in Arithmetical and Logical Operations,” the 2012 IEEE 27th Convention of electrical and electronic Engineers in Israel, Israel, November, 2012.


  4. T. O’Hara, N. Schüler, L. Lu, and D.E. Tamir, “Inferring Chord Sequence Meanings via Lyrics: Process and Evaluation,” the 13th International Society for Music Information Retrieval Conference, Portugal, October, 2012.


  5. D.E. Tamir, M. Last, H.N. Teodorescu, and A. Kandel, “Discrete Complex Fuzzy Logic,” Proceedings of the North American Fuzzy Information Processing Society, CA, august 2012


  6. D. E. Tamir C. R. King, M. McKenney, “Improving the Performance of Multi-start Search on Using Record Keeping,” the 25th International Conference on Industrial, Engineering and Other Applications of Applied Intelligent Systems, Dalian, China, June 2012 http://www.springerlink.com/content/f8444l4525pw4452/


  7. K. Whiteside, G. Atkinson,, M. M. Stump, D. E. Tamir, and G. Lawrence, “Musing: Adaptable Mobile Augmented Reality Application for Museums and Art,” Electronic Visualization and the Arts EVA 2014, London, Uk, 8-10 July 2014


  8. B. Aaron, D. E. Tamir, N. Rishe and A. Kandel, “Dynamic Incremental Fuzzy C-Means Clustering,” The Sixth International Conference on Persuasive Patterns and Applications, Venice, Italy, May 2014, pp. 30-38


  9. S. Shankar, G, Lakomski, C. Alvarado, R. Hay, C. Hyatt, D. E. Tamir, and A. Qasem, “Power Aware Work Stealing in Homogenous Multi-Core Systems,” The Sixth International Conference on Computational Technologies and Applications, Venice, Italy, May 2014, pp. 30-38


  10. G. Atkinson, K. Whiteside, D. E. Tamir, G. Lawrence, M. M. Stump, “Musing: Interactive Didactics for Art Museums and Galleries via Image Processing and Augmented Reality/ Virtual Museum Application,” The Sixth International Conference on Creative Content Technologies, Venice, Italy, May 2014, pp. 30-38.


  11. G. Atkinson, K. Whiteside, G. Lawrence, M. M. Stump, and D. E. Tamir, “Musing: Enhancing Educational Experience through an Augmented Reality/ Virtual Reality Museum Application,” The 8th International Technology, Education, and Development Conference, Spain, March 2014.


  12. B. Aaron, D. E. Tamirm N. D. Rishe, and A. Kandel, “Dynamic Incremental K-Means Clustering,” The 2014 International Conference on Computational Science and Computational Intelligence, Las Vegas, US, March 2014, pp. 313-318


  13. C. Hyatt, G. Lakomski, C. Alvarado, R. Hay, A. Qasem, and D. E. Tamir, “Power Aware Task Matching and Migration in Heterogenous Processing Environments,” The 2014 International Conference on Computational Science and Computational Intelligence, Las Vegas, US, March 2014, pp. 3-8.br />

  14. P. Rose, B. Aaron, D. E. Tamir, L. Lu, J. Hu, and H. Shi, “Supervised Computer-Vision-Based Sensing of Concrete Bridges for Crack Detection and Assessment,” In the 93rd Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, District of Columbia, U.S., 2014.


  15. M. Burtscher, W. Peng, A. Qasem, H. Shi, and D. E. Tamir, “Preparing Computer Science Students for an Increasingly Parallel World: Teaching Parallel Computing Early and Often,” In the 26th International Conference on High Perfomance Computing, Networking, Storage, and Analysis - Companion Volume, 2013.


  16. C. Hyatt, G. Lakomski, D. E. Tamir, and A. Qasem, “OS-Based Power Aware Task Mapping to Multi-Core Heterogenous Processing Systems,” Semiconductor Research Consortium, TECHCON-2013, September, 2013.


  17. D.K.V. Dasari, D. E. Tamir, O. V. Komogortsev, G. Lakomski, and Carl Mueller, “Pinpoint Analysis of Software Usability,” ICCGI 2013, The Eighth International Multi-Conference on Computing in the Global Information Technology, Nice, France, July, 2013.


  18. S. Shankar, D. E. Tamir, A Qasem, “Towards an OS-Centric Framework for Energy Efficient Scheduling of Parallel Workloads,” PPTDA-2013, The 2013 International Conference on Parallel and Distributed Processing Techniques and Applications, Las Vegas, U.S., July 2013.


  19. S. Dolev, S. Frenkel, and D. E. Tamir, “ Error Correction based on Hamming Distance Preserving in Arithmetical and Logical Operations,” The 2012 IEEE 27th Convention of Electrical and Electronic Engineers in Israel, Israel, November 2012.


  20. T. O'Hara, N. Schüler, L. Lu, and D. E. Tamir, “Inferring Chord Sequence Meanings via Lyrics: Process and Evaluation,” The 13th Annual Society for Music Information Retrieval Conference, Portugal, October 2012.


  21. D. E. Tamir, M. Last, H. N. Teodorescum and A. Kandel, “Discrete Complex Fuzzy Logic,” Proceedings of the North American Fuzzy Information Processing Society, California, August 2012.


  22. D. E. Tamir, C. R. King, M. McKenney, “Improving the Perfomance of Multi-Start Search on Using Record Keeping,” The 25th International Conference on Industrial, Engineering, and other Applications of Applied Intelligent Systems, Dalian, China, June 2012.


  23. A. Qasem, J.C Cade, and D.E. Tamir, “Improved Energy Efficiency for Multithreaded Kernels through Model-Based Autotuning,” Proceedings of the 2012 IEEE Green Technology Conference (GTC12), Apr 2012.



  24. C. Holland, O. J. Komogortsev, and D. E. Tamir, “Identifying Excessive Visual Search as a Measure of Software Usability,” accepted for presentation in the CHI 2012 - Computer Human Interaction, Austin, Texas, May 2012.


  25. M. A. O'Neil, D. E. Tamir, and M. Burtscher, “A Parallel GPU Version of the Traveling Salesman Problem,” 2011 International Conference on Parallel and Distributed Processing Techniques and Applications, July 18-21, 2011, Las Vegas, USA.


  26. C. R. King, M. McKenney, D. E. Tamir, “Improving the Performance of Multi-start Search on the Traveling Salesman Problem,” the 24th International Conference on Industrial, Engineering and Other Applications of Applied Intelligent Systems, Syracuse, NY, June 2011.


  27. O. V. Komogortsev, C. Holland, D. E. Tamir, C. J. Mueller, “Aiding Usability Evaluation via Detection of Excessive Visual Search” CHI 2011, conference, Vancouver, BC, Canada, May 2011.


  28. D. E. Tamir, M. Last, A. Kandel, “Generalized Complex Fuzzy Propositional Logic,” the World Conference on Soft Computing, San Francisco, CA, May 2011.


  29. D. E. Tamir, O. V. Komogortsev, C. J. Mueller, “Applications of Effort Based Usability Measures in Software Development and Validation,” (invited) HCI International 2011, conference, Orlando FL, July 2011.


  30. O. V. Komogortsev, D. E. Tamir, C. J. Mueller, “Eye Movement Driven Usability Evaluation via Excessive Search Identification,” (invited) publication in the HCI International 2011, conference, Orlando FL, July 2011.


  31. D. E. Tamir, and C. J. Mueller, “Pinpointing Usability Issues Using an Effort Based Framework,” Proceedings of the IEEE Systems, Man, and Cybernetics Conference, Istanbul, Turkey, 2010.


  32. C. Novoa, D. E. Tamir, and D. Lowell, “Tuning up the ISODATA Algorithm using Response Surface Methodology,” The International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Pattern Recognition, Orlando, Florida, July 2010.


  33. C. J. Mueller, and D. E. Tamir “Investigating Software Usability Definitions and Standards,” Proceedings of the 2010 International Conference on Software Engineering Theory and Practice, Orlando, Florida, July 2010.


  34. W. Connell, D. E. Tamir, and M. Guirguis, “Prime-based Mimic Functions for the Implementation of Covert Channels,” Proceedings of the 2010 IEEE International Conference on Wireless Communications, Networking, and Information Security, Beijing, China, June 2010.


  35. D. E. Tamir, C. Novoa, and D. Lowell, “Time space Tradeoffs in GA Based Feature Selection for Workload Characterization,” Lecture Notes in Artificial intelligence 6098, Proceedings of the 23rd International Conf. on Industrial, Engineering & Other Applications of Applied Intelligent Systems, Cordoba, Spain, May 2010.


  36. L. Feldman, C. J. Mueller, D.E. Tamir, and O. V. Komogortsev, “Usability Testing with Total-Effort Metrics,” Proceedings of the 3rd ACM-IEEE International Symposium on Empirical Software Engineering and Measurement, Lake Buena Vista, Florida, October 2009.

    C. J. Mueller, D. E. Tamir, O. V. Komogortsev, and L. Feldman, “Using Designer's Effort for User Interface Evaluation,” Proceedings of the 2009 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, San Antonio, Texas, October 2009.

  37. O. V. Komogortsev, C. J. Mueller, D. E. Tamir, and L. Feldman, “An Objective Measure of Usability Using Effort Estimation Approach, ” Submitted to the International Conference on Software Engineering Theory and Practice ISETP-2009.


  38. C. Novoa, D. E. Tamir, and Daniel Lowell, Tuning up the ISODATA Algorithm using Response Surface Methodology,” Accepted for presentation in the International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Pattern Recognition, AIPR-10, Florida (2010).


  39. W. Connell, D. E. Tamir, and M. Guirguis, “Prime-based Mimic Functions for the Implementation of Covert Channels,” Aaccepted for presentation in the 2010 IEEE International Conference on Wireless Communications, Networking and Information Security, Beijing, China, June 2010.


  40. C.J. Mueller, D.E. Tamir “Investigating Software Usability Definitions and Standards,” Accepted for presentation in the 2010 International Conference on Software Engineering Theory and Practice (ISETP-10), Orlando, FL, July 2010.


  41. D. Tamir, C. Novoa, and D. Lowell, “Time space Tradeoffs in GA Based Feature Selection for Workload Characterization,” Accepted for presentation in the International Conf. on Industrial, Engineering & Other Applications of Applied Intelligent Systems, 2010.


  42. L. Feldman, C.J. Mueller, D.E. Tamir, and O. Komogortsev, “Usability Testing with Total-Effort Metrics”, Proceedings of the 3rd International Symposium on Empirical Software Engineering and Measurement (ACM-IEEE ESEM 2009), Lake Buena Vista, FL. October 2009.


  43. C.J. Mueller, D.E. Tamir, O. Komogortsev, and L., Feldman, "Using Designer's Effort for User Interface Evaluation", 2009 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, San Antonio, Texas, USA: IEEE, October (2009).


  44. C.J. Mueller, D.E. Tamir, O. Komogortsev, and L. Feldman, “An Economical Approach to Usability Testing”, 33rd Annual IEEE International Computer Software and Applications Conference (compsac2009), Seattle, WA, July (2009).


  45. D. Lowell, B. El Lababedi, C. Novoa, and D. E. Tamir, “The Locality of Reference of Genetic Algorithms and Probabilistic Reasoning,” The International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Pattern Recognition, AIPR-09, Florida (2009).


  46. O. Komogortsev, C. J. Mueller, D. E. Tamir, and L. Feldman, “An Effort Based Model of Software Usability”, 2009 International Conference on Software Engineering Theory and Practice (ISETP-09), Orlando, FL, July 2009.


  47. D. Karhi, and D. E. Tamir, “Caching in the TSP Search Space”, The 22nd International Conf. on Industrial, Engineering & Other Applications of Applied Intelligent Systems, Proceedings: Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS), Vol. 5579(2009).


  48. D. Lowell and D. E. Tamir, "New Families and New Members of Integer Sequence Based Coding Methods", poster presentation at the Data compression Conference, DCC-2009 (sponsored by IEEE).


  49. R. A. Baggs and D. E. Tamir, "Image Registration Using Dynamic Space Warping", The International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Pattern Recognition, AIPR-08, Florida, 2008.


  50. R. A. Baggs and D. E. Tamir, “Non-rigid Image Registration”, The Florida Artificial Intelligence Research Symposium, FLAIRS-21, Florida, 2008.


  51. D. E. Tamir, Chi-Yeon Park and Book-Sung Too, "The validity of pyramid K-means", SPIE conference on Optics and Photonics / Optical Engineering and applications, San Diego, California, August 2007.


  52. D. E. Tamir, "Multi-resolution Training of Kohonen Neural Networks", SPIE conference on Optics and Photonics / Optical Engineering and applications, San Diego, California, August 2007.


  53. D. E. Tamir, “Competitive Neural Networks Training: A Multi Resolution Approach”, International Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Las Vegas, Nevada, June 25, 2007.


  54. D. E. Tamir and H. Tong, "A System for Visual Inspection of VLSI Chips", The Proceedings of the Florida Artificial Intelligence Research Symposium, Key West, Florida, May, 1996.


  55. D.E. Tamir and B. Liu, "Construction of an Optimal Signal-to-Noise Ratio Quadtree Using State Space Search Techniques", IEEE Southwest Symposium on Image Analysis and Interpretation, San Antonio, Texas, April 1996.


  56. R Baggs, T. Lam and D. E. Tamir, "Image Registration Using the Length Code Algorithm", IEEE Southeastcon, Tampa, Florida, April 1996.


  57. D. E. Tamir, K. Phillips, and A. Abdul-Karim, "Efficient Chain-Code Encoding for Segmentation-Based Image Compression", Extended Abstract, IEEE Data Compression Conference, Utah, April 1996.


  58. D. E. Tamir and R. Ananthakrishnan, "Interpretation and Visual Debugging of Prolog Programs", The Proceedings of the Florida Artificial Intelligence Research Symposium, Melbourne, Florida, April 1995: 92 - 97.


  59. Thomas C. Hoffman and Dan E. Tamir, "A Graphical Knowledge Base Editor for Kate-C", The Proceedings of the Florida Artificial Intelligence Research Symposium, Melbourne, Florida, April 1995: 350 - 354.


  60. Dan E. Tamir, Chi-Yeon Park and Book-Sung Too, "Vector Quantization and Clustering: A Pyramid approach", Extended Abstract, IEEE Data Compression Conference, Utah, March 1995.


  61. D.E. Tamir, G. Byron, and J. Hozier "Visualization of Codon Data Compression", the Third International Conference on Bioinformatics and Genome Research, Tallahassee, Florida, June 1994.


  62. D.E. Tamir and G. Byron, "Construction of an Optimal Quadtree Using Heuristic Search Techniques", The Proceedings of the Florida Artificial Intelligence Research Symposium, Pensacola, Florida, May 1994.


  63. K. Phillips and D. E. Tamir "Image Compression via Image Fragmentation and Heuristic Search Techniques", Extended Abstract, IEEE Data Compression Conference, Utah, March 1994.


  64. R. J. Weiss, D. E. Tamir and M. Schneider, "Efficient Resource Allocation for Parallel Prolog Interpretation", The Tenth Israeli Symposium on Artificial Intelligence and Machine Vision, Ramat-Gan, Israel, December 1993: 71-80.


  65. R. J. Weiss, D. E. Tamir and M. Schneider, "Lazy Task Creation for Parallel Prolog Interpretation", The Proceedings of the Florida Artificial Intelligence Research Symposium, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, April 1993: 269 - 274.


  66. D. E. Tamir and M. Schneider, "An Architecture for Rule-Based Knowledge Representation and Parallel Inference", the Proceedings of the Florida Artificial Intelligence Research Symposium, Cocoa Beach, Florida, April 1992.


  67. D. E. Tamir and A. Kandel., "A Schema for Knowledge Representation", The Sixth Israeli Conference on Artificial Intelligence Vision and Pattern Recognition, Tel-Aviv, Israel, December 1989: 23 - 33.


  68. D. E. Tamir and A. Kandel, "An Expert System for Computer Aided Design of Man Machine Interface", The Proceedings of the Second Florida Conference on Productivity through Computer Integrated Engineering and Manufacturing, Orlando, Florida, November 1989.


  69. D. E. Tamir and A. Cohen, "Efficient Features for Phoneme Recognition", Proceedings of the IEEE, International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing, vol. 1, New York, New York, April 1988.