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Using Mullins Library to Find Articles

Part A

Part B

Class: CSCE 3513: Software Engineering


Instructor: Reid Phillips
Keyword: “React Javascript”
(I took this class in the Spring of 2019, I am not taking any other classes this Summer)
Part C

1. Who is author?
a. Seth Williams
2. What is the name of the theses/dissertation?
a. Virtual “University of Arkansas” Campus
3. What is the year of the theses/dissertation?
a. 2012
4. What institution did the author go to? (Usually on title page.)
a. University of Arkansas
5. What was the purpose of the study? (You can retype it. It’s okay if it is word for word.)
a. The aim of the Virtual Campus project is to develop a way to automate
building 3D virtual worlds using map and other data from the real world.
6. What was the conclusion of the study? (Usually on last page. You can type it word for
word.)
a. At present, many virtual campuses exist in Second Life, but none that we
know of accurately reflect the geography of their campus.
7. Why would this particular study be important in your field? (We are assuming it is
important.)
a. This would be important when I eventually take classes that refer to 3D
graphics and rendering of images on a Java panel or screen in my
development environment.
8. Pretend that you want to do a similar study to this one. What would you do different?
Why? (This must be a complete paragraph. Five – eight sentences. Extraneous
material will not be counted. Nor, will I could sentences such as “I would do a lot
different.” Your response must be very specific.
a. I believe I would have a taken a little bit of a different approach in how I
conducted my research and how I planned to survey different campuses a
little bit. I would have chosen a different API to work with rather than Unity. I
think I would have chosen a better graphic or computer design language to
develop this project. I would have also used different map data when it comes
to extracting information out of the real life map editor. Lastly, I would have
presented the information in a way that is readable to any user that chooses
to read this thesis. The wording was a little bit too high level for normal users
to understand.

1. Who is the professor that you have taken a class with? Or a professor that you are
currently taking a class with?
a. Reid Phillips
2. What year did he/she write their dissertation?
a. 2006
3. What is the name of the dissertation?
a. File Schema Recognition via Content-Based Oracles
4. What institution did the professor go to when he/she published their dissertation?
a. He was working for a software company while writing his thesis at the
University of Arkansas.
5. Skip to the end of the dissertation. What was the conclusion of the study? (You can type
this word for word.)
a. Ultimately, layout inference provides a challenging problem requiring a
knowledge-based, adaptive solution.