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Our department conducts research in a variety of areas, including: artificial intelligence; bioinformatics; computer science education; information storage and retrieval; software engineering; real-time systems; networking; parallel processing; and distributed systems.
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Current Research Areas
This software enables the construction of fast, indexed, sequence retrieval programs in large genomic databases where query processing time is determined mainly by the size of the query and number of sequences retrieved rather than the size of the database.
Manipulatives are a powerful tool to help students grasp the foundational concepts of mathematics. The goal of LLAMA is to create a new toolset called motion virtual manipulatives that enable students to use motion-sensing input devices to interact with mathematics in an engaging environment.
Mumps is a general-purpose programming language that supports a native hierarchical database facility. It is supported by a large user community, mainly biomedical, and a diversified installed application software base.