The heart of CWU's interdisciplinary computational science master's program is computer-related, but the applications will be studied in the context of a number of scientific domains, including: biological sciences, environmental sciences, chemistry, computer science, geology, mathematics, and physics.
This collection features Master's theses from students in the Computational Sciences Program at Central Washington University.
Theses from 2020
Image Forgery Detection with Machine Learning, Lubna Alzamil
Optimizing Pollution Routing Problem, Shivika Dewan
Automatic Chest X-rays Analysis using Statistical Machine Learning Strategies, Hermann Yepdjio Nkouanga
Theses from 2019
Theses from 2018
Data Visualization and Classification of Artificially Created Images, Dmytro Dovhalets
Decreasing Occlusion and Increasing Explanation in Interactive Visual Knowledge Discovery, Abdulrahman Ahmed Gharawi
Theses from 2017
Theses from 2016
Applications of Computational Geometry and Computer Vision, Joseph Lemley