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2018 Mid Atlantic Section Fall Meeting
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Ashwin Satyanarayana, New York City College of Technology; Radhika Tulasi Natarajan; Lior Baron, CUNY Graduate Center
of reality out of all thesensory input we receive. We build patterns of the way we think the world works. Humans’ andsongbirds’ brains are similar in that they are both storage and processing units. New sensoryinput is integrated into already existing mental models and is processed and constructed into oursense of reality. 2018 ASEE Mid-Atlantic Fall Conference, October 26-27, 2018 – Brooklyn Technical High SchoolThe format of the paper is as follows. We provide motivation to our methodology by reviewingprior neurological understanding of how birds learn in Section 2. We then provide prior work onthree learning areas and their corresponding roles in the birds’ brain in Section 3. In Section 4,we draw parallels between the roles in the
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2018 Mid Atlantic Section Fall Meeting
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Yasser R Salem, Graduate student; Paul Cotae, University of the District of Columbia
preventions. This type of attack is classified as a protocol attack andas such this attack focuses on retransmission timeout parameter of the TCP protocol. Attackersmake users exit the timeout state and enter slow start phase after every burst. Burst pulses areexploiting the slow start mechanism. The TCP operates on two time scales each of which dealwith congestion avoidance in an IP network. When burst packets arrive in to the TCP link, TCPsenders stop transmitting packets and enter the timeout state due to packets loss. The shorter time 2018 ASEE Mid-Atlantic Fall Conference, October 26-27, 2018 – Brooklyn Technical High Schoolscale in congestion avoidance deals with the round-trip times (RTT) between node links formilliseconds. The longer
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2018 Mid Atlantic Section Fall Meeting
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Yu Wang, The New York City College of Technology; Warren Hunter; XiaoLin Chen, NYCCT; Housney Ahmed; Haneefah Safo
, anda Raspberry Pi 3 to exchange data between the Arduino and an online database. Each previousprototype of the prosthetic arm was manufactured using Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM). FDMis the most common method of 3D printing and is extremely useful for rapid prototyping [7]. Theprocess can be cost-effective for making prototypes on a limited budget. The previous prototypes 2018 ASEE Mid-Atlantic Fall Conference, October 26-27, 2018 – Brooklyn Technical High Schoolof the prosthetic design [6] were useful in understanding the process of designing and prototypinga prosthetic limb. However, the previous prototypes were less than functional as a prototyperegarding their size, power consumption, and basic functionality of grasping objects
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2018 Mid Atlantic Section Fall Meeting
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Margaret Ming Herbster, Loyola University Maryland; Suzanne Keilson, Loyola University Maryland
the past twenty years, including in special cross-disciplinary first year programs. She is a frequent presenter at a variety of conferences and venues, is an active member of ASEE, the Mid-Atlantic section as well as ASME and IEEE. c American Society for Engineering Education, 2018Enhancing Simulated Environments for Nursing Education and Practices Margaret Herbster & Dr. Suzanne Keilson Loyola University Maryland Engineering September 20181|PageAbstractThe goal this summer was to research and investigate solutions to limitations in teaching nursingpractices using a combination of audio, electrical, and mechanical engineering