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    • Election Inversions by the U.S. Electoral College 

      Miller, Nicholas R. (Springer, 2011-10-28)
      An election inversion occurs when the candidate (or party) that wins the most votes from an electorate fails to win the most electoral votes (or parliamentary seats) and therefore loses the election. Public commentary ...
    • Experiences and Lessons Learned Creating and Validating Concept Inventories for Cybersecurity 

      Sherman, Alan T.; Herman, Geoffrey L.; Oliva, Linda; Peterson, Peter A. H.; Golaszewski, Enis; Poulsen, Seth; Scheponik, Travis; Gorti, Akshita (Springer Nature, 2020-09-09)
      We reflect on our ongoing journey in the educational Cybersecurity Assessment Tools (CATS) Project to create two concept inventories for cybersecurity. We identify key steps in this journey and important questions we faced. ...
    • A Flexible Software-Hardware Framework for Brain EEG Multiple Artifact Identification 

      Khatwani, Mohit; Rashid, Hasib-Al; Paneliya, Hirenkumar; Horton, Mark; Homayoun, Houman; Waytowich, Nicholas; Hairston, W. David; Mohsenin, Tinoosh (UMBC Energy Efficient High Performance Computing Lab, 2020)
      This chapter presents an energy efficient and flexible multichannel Electroencephalogram (EEG) artifact identification network and its hardware using depthwise and separable convolutional neural networks (DS-CNN). EEG ...
    • A Priori Voting Power and the US Electoral College 

      Miller, Nicholas R. (Springer, 2013-03-19)
      This chapter uses the Banzhaf power measure to calculate the a priori voting power of individual voters under the existing Electoral College system for electing the President of the United States, as well as under variants ...