The list below represents internal research reports by faculty, undergraduate students, and graduate students of Loyola University Maryland's Computer Science Department.
An Optimal Strategy for Yahtzee. Faculty member Jim Glenn employs elementary combinatoric and graph theoretic techniques to compute an optimal strategy for Yahtzee. (CS-TR-0002)
D. Binkley, M. Davis, D. Lawrie, J. I. Maletic, C. Morrell, and B. Sharif. Extended models on the impact of identifier style on effort and comprehension. (Technical Report LOY11072J). tr-loy110720.pdf
D. Lawrie. A Relative Entropy Approach to Contructing Hierarchical Summaries, (CS-TR-07-516), 2007. http://www.cs.loyola.edu/~lawrie/papers/lawrieTR07516.pdf
C. Uehlinger, D. Binkley, and D. Lawrie. Vocabulary Normalization's Impact on IR-Based Concept Location (Technical Report LOY20625)
Several older NIST technical reports co-authored by Loyola faculty are also of interest:
D. Binkley. C++ in Safety Critical Systems. IR-5769. U.S. Department of Commerce, Technology Administration, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Computer Systems Laboratory, Gaithersburg, MD, (1996). NIST IR 5769
J. Lyle, D. Wallace, J. Graham, K. Gallagher, J. Poole, D. Binkley. A CASE Tool to Evaluate Functional Diversity in High Integrity Software. IR-5691. U.S. Department of Commerce, Technology Administration, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Computer Systems Laboratory, Gaithersburg, MD, (1995). NIST IR 5691