Michael N. Huhns

Computer Science & Engineering University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC 
Computer Science
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Hales S, Turner-McGrievy GM, Wilcox S, et al. (2016) Social networks for improving healthy weight loss behaviors for overweight and obese adults: A randomized clinical trial of the social pounds off digitally (Social POD) mobile app. International Journal of Medical Informatics. 94: 81-90
Jackson DD, Ingram LA, Boyer CB, et al. (2016) Can Technology Decrease Sexual Risk Behaviors among Young People? Results of a Pilot Study Examining the Effectiveness of a Mobile Application Intervention American Journal of Sexuality Education. 11: 41-60
Huhns MN. (2016) Software agents: The future of web services Lecture Notes in Computer Science (Including Subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics). 2592: 1-18
Paik I, Chen W, Huhns MN. (2014) A scalable architecture for automatic service composition Ieee Transactions On Services Computing. 7: 82-95
Tsai WT, Wu W, Huhns MN. (2014) Cloud-based software crowdsourcing Ieee Internet Computing. 18: 78-83
Zavala L, Mendoza B, Huhns MN. (2013) A test-driven approach to behavioral queries for service selection Software Design and Development: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications. 1: 381-400
Tyler J, Pastor J, Huhns MN, et al. (2013) Exposing, formalizing and reasoning over the latent semantics of tags in multimodal data sources Applied Ontology. 8: 95-130
Du H, Huhns MN. (2013) Determining the effect of personality types on human-agent interactions Proceedings - 2013 Ieee/Wic/Acm International Conference On Intelligent Agent Technology, Iat 2013. 2: 239-244
Huhns MN. (2013) A robotic web Ieee Internet Computing. 17: 4-7
Huhns MN. (2013) Social control of power system demand based on local collaborative preferences Communications in Computer and Information Science. 365: 1-12
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