ASU Electronic Theses and Dissertations
This collection includes most of the ASU Theses and Dissertations from 2011 to present. ASU Theses and Dissertations are available in downloadable PDF format; however, a small percentage of items are under embargo. Information about the dissertations/theses includes degree information, committee members, an abstract, supporting data or media.
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Autonomous vehicle technology has been evolving for years since the Automated Highway System Project. However, this technology has been under increased scrutiny ever since an autonomous vehicle killed Elaine Herzberg, who was crossing the street in Tempe, Arizona in March 2018. Recent tests of autonomous vehicles on public roads have faced opposition from nearby residents. Before these vehicles are widely deployed, it is imperative that the general public trusts them. For this, the vehicles must be able to identify objects in their surroundings and demonstrate the ability to follow traffic rules while making decisions with human-like moral integrity when confronted …
- Sankaramangalam Ulhas, Sangeet, Berman, Spring, Johnson, Kathryn, et al.
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In this thesis, a FORTRAN code is rewritten in C++ with an object oriented ap- proach. There are several reasons for this purpose. The first reason is to establish the basis of a GPU programming. To write programs that utilize GPU hardware, CUDA or OpenCL is used which only support C and C++. FORTRAN has a feature that lets its programs to call C/C++ functions. FORTRAN sends relevant data to C/C++, which in turn sends that data to OpenCL. Although this approach works, it makes the code messy and bulky and in the end more difficult to deal with. More- …
- Safarkhani, Salar, Herrmann, Mrcus, Oswald, Jay, et al.
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With the ever-increasing demand for high-end services, technological companies have been forced to operate on high performance servers. In addition to the customer services, the company's internal need to store and manage huge amounts of data has also increased their need to invest in High Density Data Centers. As a result, the performance to size of the data center has increased tremendously. Most of the consumed power by the servers is emitted as heat. In a High Density Data Center, the power per floor space area is higher compared to the regular data center. Hence the thermal management of this …
- Ramaraj, Dineshbalaji, Gupta, Sandeep, Hermann, Marcus, et al.
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