In keeping with the mission of Kennesaw State University, the College of Computing and Software Engineering serves the community by equipping its students and graduates with the skills and knowledge to apply computing, software engineering techniques and information technologies to solve today's real-world problems and face tomorrow's challenges. To this end, we offer a range of first-rate undergraduate and graduate degrees and professional programs and engage in high-quality scholarship, research and development in all aspects of computing and its applications.
Our vision is to be recognized as one of the best academic units in the world dedicated to all aspects of computing and its applications, including science, engineering and technology. Through our educational programs, our research and scholarship, and our service to the community, we seek to empower individuals and organizations to improve the quality of life for people around the globe through the application of computing and information technologies.Share Your Published Research
Submissions from 2019
Teaching requirements elicitation interviews: an empirical study of learning from mistakes, Muneera Bano, Didar Zowghi, Alessio Ferrari, and Paola Spoletini
Fuzzy Pattern Tree for Edge Malware Detection and Categorization in IoT, Enisieh Modiri Dovom, Amin Azmoodeh, Ali Dehghantanha, David Ellis Newton, Reza M. Parizi, and Hadis Karimipour
Fog data analytics: A taxonomy and process model, Aparna Kumari, Sudeep Tanwar, Sudhanshu Tyagi, and Reza M. Parizi
Automatic Labeling of MR Brain Images Through the Hashing Retrieval Based Atlas Forest, Hong Liu, Lijun Xu, Enmin Song, and Chih-Cheng Hung
Requirements Engineering (RE) for Social Good: RE Cares [Requirements], Paola Spoletini and Et al.
Forensic investigation of cross platform massively multiplayer online games: Minecraft as a case study, DC Paul J. Taylor, Henry Mwiki, Ali Dehghantanha, and Reza Parizi
Submissions from 2018
Development of a Human Error Taxonomy for Software Requirements: A Systematic Literature Review, Vaibhav Anu, Wenhua Hu, Jeffrey C. Carver, and Gursimran S. Walia
Using human error information for error prevention, Wenhua Hu, Jeffery C. Carver, Vaibhav Anu, and Gursimran S. Walia
Submissions from 2017
From Model Checking to a Temporal Proof for Partial models: Preliminary Example, Anna Bernasconi, Claudio Menghi, Paola Spoletini, Lenore D. Zuck, and Carlo Ghezzi