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In memoriam: David Notkin (1955--2013)
Found in: ACM Transactions on Software Engineering and Methodology (TOSEM)
By David S. Rosenblum
Issue Date:July 2013
pp. 1-2
With the advent of cloud computing and online services, large enterprises rely heavily on their datacenters to serve end users. A large datacenter facility incurs increased maintenance costs in addition to service unavailability when there are increased fa...
     
Review of “Botnet Detection: Countering the Largest Security Threat (Advances in Information Security) by Wenke Lee, Cliff Wang, David Dagon”, Springer-Verlag New York Inc., 2007, $99.00, ISBN: 0387687661
Found in: Queue
By David B. Henderson
Issue Date:July 2008
pp. 53-53
The old rule continues to evolve, while flash memory adds two new rules. In 1987, Jim Gray and Gianfranco Putzolu published their now-famous five-minute rule for trading off memory and I/O capacity. Their calculation compares the cost of holding a record (...
     
A ubiquity interview with David Hanson
Found in: Ubiquity
By David Hanson, Goutam Kumar Ubiquity staff, Goutam Kumar Ubiquity staff, Goutam Kumar Ubiquity staff, Goutam Kumar Ubiquity staff
Issue Date:May 2006
pp. 1-1
This paper demonstrates how to design a fault tolerant web application that relies on an affordable redundancy in data and function using Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP). The proposed approach relies on a Single-Version fault tolerance model without u...
     
A ubiquity interview with David Hanson
Found in: Ubiquity
By David Hanson
Issue Date:May 2006
pp. 1-1
This paper reviews 802.16 2001's MAC layer QoS metric. It explains the importance of QoS and its parameter set; defines types of services supported by this standard; explores the main entity of the MAC layer used for transportation that is service flow and...
     
David Lu
Found in: Proceedings of the conference on ACM SIGGRAPH 05 electronic art and animation catalog (GRAPH '05)
By David Lu
Issue Date:August 2005
pp. 106-107
The 2005 SIGGRAPH jury was more than a chance to survey the digital art scene with a roomful of passionate but collegial comrades. It was also an opportunity to reflect on the role, for better or worse, that technology is playing in the production and exhi...
     
David Crawford
Found in: Proceedings of the conference on ACM SIGGRAPH 05 electronic art and animation catalog (GRAPH '05)
By David Crawford
Issue Date:August 2005
pp. 46-47
The 2005 SIGGRAPH jury was more than a chance to survey the digital art scene with a roomful of passionate but collegial comrades. It was also an opportunity to reflect on the role, for better or worse, that technology is playing in the production and exhi...
     
Comments on 'Signature Analysis for Multiple Output Circuits' by R. David
Found in: IEEE Transactions on Computers
By R. David
Issue Date:February 1990
pp. 287-288
<p>The probability of a fault-free signature has been calculated in the above-named paper and in an earlier paper by the same author. Implicitly, it was considered as the probability of masking due to signature analysis. It is shown here that this do...
 
OptiX: a general purpose ray tracing engine
Found in: ACM Transactions on Graphics (TOG)
By Andreas Dietrich, Austin Robison, David Luebke, David McAllister, Heiko Friedrich, James Bigler, Jared Hoberock, Keith Morley, Martin Stich, Morgan McGuire, Steven G. Parker, Andreas Dietrich, Austin Robison, David Luebke, David McAllister, Heiko Friedrich, James Bigler, Jared Hoberock, Keith Morley, Martin Stich, Morgan McGuire, Steven G. Parker, Andreas Dietrich, Austin Robison, David Luebke, David McAllister, Heiko Friedrich, James Bigler, Jared Hoberock, Keith Morley, Martin Stich, Morgan McGuire, Steven G. Parker, Andreas Dietrich, Austin Robison, David Luebke, David McAllister, Heiko Friedrich, James Bigler, Jared Hoberock, Keith Morley, Martin Stich, Morgan McGuire, Steven G. Parker
Issue Date:July 2010
pp. 1-10
The NVIDIA® OptiX#8482; ray tracing engine is a programmable system designed for NVIDIA GPUs and other highly parallel architectures. The OptiX engine builds on the key observation that most ray tracing algorithms can be implemented using a small set ...
     
Finding large stable matchings
Found in: Journal of Experimental Algorithmics (JEA)
By David F. Manlove, Robert W. Irving, David F. Manlove, Robert W. Irving, David F. Manlove, Robert W. Irving, David F. Manlove, Robert W. Irving, David F. Manlove, Robert W. Irving
Issue Date:August 2009
pp. 1-22
When ties and incomplete preference lists are permitted in the stable marriage and hospitals/residents problems, stable matchings can have different sizes. The problem of finding a maximum cardinality stable matching in this context is known to be NP-hard,...
     
Automatic generation of destination maps
Found in: ACM Transactions on Graphics (TOG)
By David Bargeron, David Salesin, Johannes Kopf, Maneesh Agrawala, Michael Cohen, David Bargeron, David Salesin, Johannes Kopf, Maneesh Agrawala, Michael Cohen
Issue Date:December 2010
pp. 1-12
Destination maps are navigational aids designed to show anyone within a region how to reach a location (the destination). Hand-designed destination maps include only the most important roads in the region and are non-uniformly scaled to ensure that all of ...
     
Simulating virtual environments within virtual environments as the basis for a psychophysics of presence
Found in: ACM Transactions on Graphics (TOG)
By Bernhard Spanlang, David Corominas, Mel Slater, Bernhard Spanlang, David Corominas, Mel Slater, Bernhard Spanlang, David Corominas, Mel Slater, Bernhard Spanlang, David Corominas, Mel Slater
Issue Date:July 2010
pp. 1-10
A new definition of immersion with respect to virtual environment (VE) systems has been proposed in earlier work, based on the concept of simulation. One system (A) is said to be more immersive than another (B) if A can be used to simulate an application a...
     
Optimizing walking controllers for uncertain inputs and environments
Found in: ACM Transactions on Graphics (TOG)
By Aaron Hertzmann, David J. Fleet, Jack M. Wang, Aaron Hertzmann, David J. Fleet, Jack M. Wang, Aaron Hertzmann, David J. Fleet, Jack M. Wang, Aaron Hertzmann, David J. Fleet, Jack M. Wang
Issue Date:July 2010
pp. 1-10
We introduce methods for optimizing physics-based walking controllers for robustness to uncertainty. Many unknown factors, such as external forces, control torques, and user control inputs, cannot be known in advance and must be treated as uncertain. These...
     
The Frankencamera: an experimental platform for computational photography
Found in: ACM Transactions on Graphics (TOG)
By Andrew Adams, Boris Ajdin, Daniel Vaquero, David E. Jacobs, Eino-Ville Talvala, Hendrik P. A. Lensch, Jennifer Dolson, Jongmin Baek, Kari Pulli, Marc Levoy, Marius Tico, Mark Horowitz, Natasha Gelfand, Sung Hee Park, Wojciech Matusik, Andrew Adams, Boris Ajdin, Daniel Vaquero, David E. Jacobs, Eino-Ville Talvala, Hendrik P. A. Lensch, Jennifer Dolson, Jongmin Baek, Kari Pulli, Marc Levoy, Marius Tico, Mark Horowitz, Natasha Gelfand, Sung Hee Park, Wojciech Matusik, Andrew Adams, Boris Ajdin, Daniel Vaquero, David E. Jacobs, Eino-Ville Talvala, Hendrik P. A. Lensch, Jennifer Dolson, Jongmin Baek, Kari Pulli, Marc Levoy, Marius Tico, Mark Horowitz, Natasha Gelfand, Sung Hee Park, Wojciech Matusik, Andrew Adams, Boris Ajdin, Daniel Vaquero, David E. Jacobs, Eino-Ville Talvala, Hendrik P. A. Lensch, Jennifer Dolson, Jongmin Baek, Kari Pulli, Marc Levoy, Marius Tico, Mark Horowitz, Natasha Gelfand, Sung Hee Park, Wojciech Matusik
Issue Date:July 2010
pp. 1-10
Although there has been much interest in computational photography within the research and photography communities, progress has been hampered by the lack of a portable, programmable camera with sufficient image quality and computing power. To address this...
     
A view of the parallel computing landscape
Found in: Communications of the ACM
By David Patterson, David Wessel, David Wessel, David Wessel, James Demmel, James Demmel, James Demmel, John Kubiatowicz, John Kubiatowicz, John Kubiatowicz, John Wawrzynek, John Wawrzynek, John Wawrzynek, Katherine Yelick, Katherine Yelick, Katherine Yelick, Koushik Sen, Koushik Sen, Koushik Sen, Krste Asanovic, Krste Asanovic, Krste Asanovic, Kurt Keutzer, Kurt Keutzer, Kurt Keutzer, Nelson Morgan, Nelson Morgan, Nelson Morgan, Rastislav Bodik, Rastislav Bodik, Rastislav Bodik, Tony Keaveny, Tony Keaveny, Tony Keaveny
Issue Date:October 2009
pp. 56-67
Writing programs that scale with increasing numbers of cores should be as easy as writing programs for sequential computers.
     
Asynchronous contact mechanics
Found in: ACM Transactions on Graphics (TOG)
By Breannan Smith, David Harmon, Eitan Grinspun, Etienne Vouga, Rasmus Tamstorf, Breannan Smith, David Harmon, Eitan Grinspun, Etienne Vouga, Rasmus Tamstorf, Breannan Smith, David Harmon, Eitan Grinspun, Etienne Vouga, Rasmus Tamstorf, Breannan Smith, David Harmon, Eitan Grinspun, Etienne Vouga, Rasmus Tamstorf
Issue Date:July 2009
pp. 1-2
We develop a method for reliable simulation of elastica in complex contact scenarios. Our focus is on firmly establishing three parameter-independent guarantees: that simulations of well-posed problems (a) have no interpenetrations, (b) obey causality, mom...
     
Mixed-integer quadrangulation
Found in: ACM Transactions on Graphics (TOG)
By David Bommes, Henrik Zimmer, Leif Kobbelt, David Bommes, Henrik Zimmer, Leif Kobbelt, David Bommes, Henrik Zimmer, Leif Kobbelt, David Bommes, Henrik Zimmer, Leif Kobbelt
Issue Date:July 2009
pp. 1-2
We present a novel method for quadrangulating a given triangle mesh. After constructing an as smooth as possible symmetric cross field satisfying a sparse set of directional constraints (to capture the geometric structure of the surface), the mesh is cut o...
     
Video SnapCut: robust video object cutout using localized classifiers
Found in: ACM Transactions on Graphics (TOG)
By David Simons, Guillermo Sapiro, Jue Wang, Xue Bai, David Simons, Guillermo Sapiro, Jue Wang, Xue Bai, David Simons, Guillermo Sapiro, Jue Wang, Xue Bai, David Simons, Guillermo Sapiro, Jue Wang, Xue Bai
Issue Date:July 2009
pp. 1-2
Although tremendous success has been achieved for interactive object cutout in still images, accurately extracting dynamic objects in video remains a very challenging problem. Previous video cutout systems present two major limitations: (1) reliance on glo...
     
The LEGO Mindstorms NXT Idea Book: Design, Invent, and Build
Found in: Ubiquity
By Brian L. Davis, Christopher R. Smith, Christopher R. Smith, Christopher R. Smith, Christopher R. Smith, David Levy, David Levy, David Levy, David Levy, Fay Rhodes, Fay Rhodes, Fay Rhodes, Fay Rhodes, Jim Kelly, Jim Kelly, Jim Kelly, Jim Kelly, Jonathan A. Daudelin, Jonathan A. Daudelin, Jonathan A. Daudelin, Jonathan A. Daudelin, Lou Morris, Lou Morris, Lou Morris, Lou Morris, Martijn Boogaarts, Martijn Boogaarts, Martijn Boogaarts, Martijn Boogaarts, Matthias Paul Scholz, Matthias Paul Scholz, Matthias Paul Scholz, Matthias Paul Scholz, Rick Rhodes, Rick Rhodes, Rick Rhodes, Rick Rhodes, Rob Torok, Rob Torok, Rob Torok, Rob Torok
Issue Date:December 2007
pp. 2-2
Vossen is both an IS & CS Professor at the University of Muenster, and also served as European Editor-in-Chief for Elseviers international information systems journal. Hagemann is his PhD student whose area of research is Web technology.
     
An Optimization Framework for Dynamic, Distributed Real-Time Systems
Found in: Parallel and Distributed Processing Symposium, International
By Klaus Ecker, David Juedes, Lonnie Welch, David Chelberg, Carl Bruggeman, Frank Drews, David Fleeman, David Parrott, Barbara Pfarr
Issue Date:April 2003
pp. 111b
This paper presents a model that is useful for developing resource allocation algorithms for distributed real-time systems that operate in dynamic environments. Interesting aspects of the model include dynamic environments, utility and service levels, whic...
 
Digital capital: harnessing the power of business Webs
Found in: Ubiquity
By Alex Lowy, David Ticoll, David Ticoll, David Ticoll, David Ticoll, Don Tapscott, Don Tapscott, Don Tapscott, Don Tapscott
Issue Date:May 2000
pp. 3-es
Reputation in online economic systems is typically quantified using counters that specify positive and negative feedback from past transactions and/or some form of transaction network analysis that aims to quantify the likelihood that a network user will c...
     
Foreword
Found in: 23rd Annual Symposium on Foundations of Computer Science
By Michael J. Fischer,Michael J. Fischer,Michael J. Fischer,Michael J. Fischer,Seymour Ginsburg,Seymour Ginsburg,Seymour Ginsburg,Seymour Ginsburg,David G. Kirkpatrick,David G. Kirkpatrick,David G. Kirkpatrick,David G. Kirkpatrick,Richard E. Ladner,Richard E. Ladner,Richard E. Ladner,Richard E. Ladner,Gary L. Miller,Gary L. Miller,Gary L. Miller,Gary L. Miller,Nicholas Pippenger,Nicholas Pippenger,Nicholas Pippenger,Nicholas Pippenger,Dana Scott,Dana Scott,Dana Scott,Dana Scott,Leslie G. Valiant,Leslie G. Valiant,Leslie G. Valiant,Leslie G. Valiant,Mihalis Yannakakis,Mihalis Yannakakis,Mihalis Yannakakis,Mihalis Yannakakis,F. Frances Yao,F. Frances Yao,F. Frances Yao,F. Frances Yao
Issue Date:November 1982
pp. iii
No summary available.
   
Selecting and using a parallel programming language (abstract only)
Found in: Proceeding of the 44th ACM technical symposium on Computer science education (SIGCSE '13)
By Andrei Papancea, Ben White, Chris Mitchell, David Bunde, David Ely, David Lucas, Jens Mache, Michael Graf, Miriam Robinson
Issue Date:March 2013
pp. 735-735
One promising approach to teaching parallel programming is to use high-level parallel programming languages, which handle some of the more mundane details of parallel programming and allow both instructors and students to focus on the main ideas. How does ...
     
Demo hour
Found in: interactions
By Anthony DeVincenzi, Claes Ericson, David Lakatos, Daniel Leithinger, Darren Edge, David Karlsson, David Robert, Edwina Portocarrero, Frank Vetere, Jennifer G. Sheridan, Lina Johansson, Martin R. Gibbs, Matthew Blackshaw, Michelle Chung, Sean Fol
Issue Date:November 2011
pp. 8-9
Dynamic map displays are visual interfaces that show the spatial positions of objects of interest (e.g., people, robots, vehicles), and can be updated with user commands as well as world changes, often in real time. Multimodal (speech and touch) controls w...
     
PEASOUP: preventing exploits against software of uncertain provenance (position paper)
Found in: Proceeding of the 7th international workshop on Software engineering for secure systems (SESS '11)
By Anh Nguyen-Tuong, Brian Mastropietro, Chengyu Song, David Cok, David Hyde, David Melski, Denis Gopan, Jack W. Davidson, Jason D. Hiser, John C. Knight, Michele Co, Thomas Bracewell, Wenke Lee
Issue Date:May 2011
pp. 43-49
Because software provides much of the critical services for modern society, it is vitally important to provide methodologies and tools for building and deploying reliable software. While there have been many advances towards this goal, much research remain...
     
Quality of monitoring of stochastic events by periodic and proportional-share scheduling of sensor coverage
Found in: ACM Transactions on Sensor Networks (TOSN)
By Chris Y. T. Ma, David K. Y. Yau, David K. Y. Yau, David K. Y. Yau, Mallikarjun Shankar, Mallikarjun Shankar, Mallikarjun Shankar, Nageswara S. V. Rao, Nageswara S. V. Rao, Nageswara S. V. Rao, Nung Kwan Yip, Nung Kwan Yip, Nung Kwan Yip
Issue Date:August 2010
pp. 1-49
We analyze the quality of monitoring (QoM) of stochastic events by a periodic sensor which monitors a point of interest (PoI) for q time every p time. We show how the amount of information captured at a PoI is affected by the proportion q/p, the time inter...
     
Search Computing: Managing Complex Search Queries
Found in: IEEE Internet Computing
By Stefano Ceri, Adnan Abid, Mamoun Abu Helou, Davide Barbieri, Alessandro Bozzon, Daniele Braga, Marco Brambilla, Alessandro Campi, Francesco Corcoglioniti, Emanuele Della Valle, Davide Eynard, Piero Fraternali, Michael Grossniklaus, Davide Martinenghi, Stef
Issue Date:November 2010
pp. 14-22
Search computing focuses on building answers to complex search queries (for example,
 
Native Client: a sandbox for portable, untrusted x86 native code
Found in: Communications of the ACM
By Bennet Yee, David Sehr, David Sehr, David Sehr, Gregory Dardyk, Gregory Dardyk, Gregory Dardyk, J. Bradley Chen, J. Bradley Chen, J. Bradley Chen, Neha Narula, Neha Narula, Neha Narula, Nicholas Fullagar, Nicholas Fullagar, Nicholas Fullagar, Robert Muth, Robert Muth, Robert Muth, Shiki Okasaka, Shiki Okasaka, Shiki Okasaka, Tavis Ormandy, Tavis Ormandy, Tavis Ormandy
Issue Date:January 2010
pp. 91-99
Exciting research in the design of automated negotiators is making great progress.
     
MapReduce and parallel DBMSs: friends or foes?
Found in: Communications of the ACM
By Alexander Rasin, Andrew Pavlo, Andrew Pavlo, Andrew Pavlo, Daniel Abadi, Daniel Abadi, Daniel Abadi, David J. DeWitt, David J. DeWitt, David J. DeWitt, Erik Paulson, Erik Paulson, Erik Paulson, Michael Stonebraker, Michael Stonebraker, Michael Stonebraker, Sam Madden, Sam Madden, Sam Madden
Issue Date:January 2010
pp. 64-71
MapReduce complements DBMSs since databases are not designed for extract-transform-load tasks, a MapReduce specialty.
     
Scaling all-pairs overlay routing
Found in: Proceedings of the 5th international conference on Emerging networking experiments and technologies (CoNEXT '09)
By Amar Phanishayee, David G. Andersen, David Karger, David Sontag, Yang Zhang
Issue Date:December 2009
pp. 145-156
This paper presents and experimentally evaluates a new algorithm for efficient one-hop link-state routing in full-mesh networks. Prior techniques for this setting scale poorly, as each node incurs quadratic (n2) communication overhead to broadcast its link...
     
Declarative networking
Found in: Communications of the ACM
By Boon Thau Loo, David E. Gay, David E. Gay, David E. Gay, Ion Stoica, Ion Stoica, Ion Stoica, Joseph M. Hellerstein, Joseph M. Hellerstein, Joseph M. Hellerstein, Minos Garofalakis, Minos Garofalakis, Minos Garofalakis, Petros Maniatis, Petros Maniatis, Petros Maniatis, Raghu Ramakrishnan, Raghu Ramakrishnan, Raghu Ramakrishnan, Timothy Roscoe, Timothy Roscoe, Timothy Roscoe, Tyson Condie, Tyson Condie, Tyson Condie
Issue Date:November 2009
pp. 87-95
Declarative Networking is a programming methodology that enables developers to concisely specify network protocols and services, which are directly compiled to a dataflow framework that executes the specifications. This paper provides an introduction to ba...
     
Modeling and Visualizing Uncertainty in Gene Expression Clusters Using Dirichlet Process Mixtures
Found in: IEEE/ACM Transactions on Computational Biology and Bioinformatics (TCBB)
By Bernard de la Cruz, Carl Rasmussen, Carl Rasmussen, Carl Rasmussen, David Wild, David Wild, David Wild, Zoubin Ghahramani, Zoubin Ghahramani, Zoubin Ghahramani
Issue Date:October 2009
pp. 615-628
Although the use of clustering methods has rapidly become one of the standard computational approaches in the literature of microarray gene expression data, little attention has been paid to uncertainty in the results obtained. Dirichlet process mixture (D...
     
Optimization-Based Collision Avoidance for Cooperating Airplanes
Found in: Web Intelligence and Intelligent Agent Technology, IEEE/WIC/ACM International Conference on
By David Šišlák, Premysl Volf, Michal Pechoucek, Niranjan Suri, David Nicholson, David Woodhouse
Issue Date:September 2009
pp. 375-378
Application of autonomous intelligent systems into airspace domain is very important nowadays. The paper presents decentralized collision avoidance algorithm utilizing a solution of the defined optimization problem where efficiency criteria, collision pena...
 
What determines IT spending priorities?
Found in: Communications of the ACM
By David E. Pingry, Hoon S. Cha, Matt E. Thatcher, David E. Pingry, David E. Pingry, Hoon S. Cha, Hoon S. Cha, Matt E. Thatcher, Matt E. Thatcher
Issue Date:August 2009
pp. 101-104
Introduction Global spending on Information Technology (IT) continues to grow and is expected to reach $1.66 trillion in 2009. In addition, IT represents a large (40--45%) and stable share (in nominal dollars) of firm spending on equipment and software. As...
     
EXE: Automatically Generating Inputs of Death
Found in: ACM Transactions on Information and System Security (TISSEC)
By Cristian Cadar, David L. Dill, David L. Dill, David L. Dill, Dawson R. Engler, Dawson R. Engler, Dawson R. Engler, Peter M. Pawlowski, Peter M. Pawlowski, Peter M. Pawlowski, Vijay Ganesh, Vijay Ganesh, Vijay Ganesh
Issue Date:December 2008
pp. 1-38
This article presents EXE, an effective bug-finding tool that automatically generates inputs that crash real code. Instead of running code on manually or randomly constructed input, EXE runs it on symbolic input initially allowed to be anything. As checked...
     
ShibGrid: Shibboleth Access for the UK National Grid Service
Found in: e-Science and Grid Computing, International Conference on
By David Spence, Neil Geddes, Jens Jensen, Andrew Richards, Matthew Viljoen, Andrew Martin, Matthew Dovey, Mark Norman, Kang Tang, Anne Trefethen, David Wallom, Rob Allan, David Meredith
Issue Date:December 2006
pp. 75
This paper presents work undertaken to integrate the future UK national Shibboleth infrastructure with the UK's National Grid Service (NGS). Our work, ShibGrid, provides both transparent authentication for portal based Grid access and a credential transfor...
 
The Stratix II logic and routing architecture
Found in: Proceedings of the 2005 ACM/SIGDA 13th international symposium on Field-programmable gate arrays (FPGA '05)
By Andy Lee, Boris Ratchev, Bruce Pedersen, Cameron McClintock, Chris Lane, David Cashman, David Galloway, David Lewis, Elias Ahmed, Giles Powell, Gregg Baeckler, Jay Schleicher, Jonathan Rose, Ketan Padalia, Kevin Stevens, Mark Bourgeault, Mike Hutton, Paul Leventis, Richard Cliff, Richard Yuan, Sandy Marquardt, Srinivas Reddy, Vaughn Betz
Issue Date:February 2005
pp. 14-20
This paper describes the Altera Stratix II™ logic and routing architecture. This architecture features a novel adaptive logic module (ALM) that is based on a 6-LUT, but can be partitioned into two smaller LUTs to efficiently implement circuits contai...
     
Multiple-Aperture Imaging Spectrometer: Computer Simulation and Experimental Validation
Found in: Applied Image Pattern Recognition Workshop,
By Rick Kendrick, Eric H. Smith, David N. Christie, David A. Bennett, David Theil, Eamon Barrett
Issue Date:October 2004
pp. 3-9
The Lockheed Martin Advanced Technology Center (LM/ATC) is actively investigating alternate applications of coherently phased sparse-aperture optical imaging arrays. Controlling the relative phasing of the apertures enables these arrays to function as imag...
 
Putting it all together with Robert Kahn
Found in: Ubiquity
By Avi Ubiquity staff, David Luque Ubiquity staff, David Luque Ubiquity staff, David Luque Ubiquity staff
Issue Date:March 2003
pp. 1
The co-founder of the Internet recalls the non-commercial early days and looks at today's issues of fair use, privacy and the need for security.
     
Information access on the wide open web
Found in: Ubiquity
By Avi Ubiquity staff, David Luque Ubiquity staff, David Luque Ubiquity staff, David Luque Ubiquity staff
Issue Date:March 2003
pp. 1
RLG's James Michalko discusses the issues surrounding the access and retrieval of scholarly information in today's environment of choice.
     
Bayesian Pot-Assembly from Fragments as Problems in Perceptual-Grouping and Geometric-Learning
Found in: Pattern Recognition, International Conference on
By David B. Cooper, Andrew Willis, Stuart Andrews, Jill Baker, Yan Cao, Dongjin Han, Kongbin Kang, Weixin Kong, Frederic F. Leymarie, Xavier Orriols, Senem Velipasalar, Eileen L. Vote, Martha S. Joukowsky, Benjamin B. Kimia, David H. Laidlaw, David Mumford
Issue Date:August 2002
pp. 30297
A heretofore unsolved problem of great archaeological importance is the automatic assembly of pots made on a wheel from the hundreds (or thousands) of sherds found at an excavation site. An approach is presented to the automatic estimation of mathematical ...
 
Collaborative Problem Solving Agent for on Board Real-Time Systems
Found in: Parallel and Distributed Processing Symposium, International
By Shikha Jain, Lonnie R. Welch, David M. Chelberg, Zhenyu Tan, David Fleeman, David Parrott, Barbara Pfarr, Mei C. Liu, Chris Shuler
Issue Date:April 2002
pp. 0095b
Breakthrough in Earth Science Observing will occur when constellations of Earth observing satellites are able to fully collaborate together and collectively monitor the conditions of our planet through a vast array of instruments. These satellites form a n...
 
Assembling virtual pots from 3D measurements of their fragments
Found in: Proceedings of the 2001 conference on Virtual reality, archeology, and cultural heritage (VAST '01)
By Andrew Willis, Benjamin B. Kimia, David B. Cooper, David H. Laidlaw, David Mumford, Dongjin Han, Eileen L. Vote, Frederic F. Leymarie, Jill Baker, Kongbin Kang, Martha S. Joukowsky, Senem Velipasalar, Stuart Andrews, Weixin Kong, Xavier Orriols, Yan Cao
Issue Date:November 2001
pp. 241-254
A heretofore unsolved problem of great archaeological importance is the automatic assembly of pots made on a wheel from the hundreds (or thousands) of sherds found at an excavation site. An approach is presented to the automatic estimation of mathematical ...
     
AQuA: An Adaptive Architecture that Provides Dependable Distributed Objects
Found in: Reliable Distributed Systems, IEEE Symposium on
By Michel Cukier, Jennifer Ren, Chetan Sabnis, David Henke, Jessica Pistole, William H. Sanders, David E. Bakken, Mark E. Berman, David A. Karr, Richard E. Schantz
Issue Date:October 1998
pp. 245
Dependable distributed systems are difficult to build. This is particularly true if they have dependability requirements that change during the execution of an application, and are built with commercial off-the-shelf hardware. In that case, fault tolerance...
 
Estimation of allele frequencies from color-multiplexed electropherograms
Found in: Proceedings of the second annual international conference on Computational molecular biology (RECOMB '98)
By David G. Politte, David J. States, David R. Maffitt
Issue Date:March 1998
pp. 202-206
OASIS is a role-based access control architecture for achieving secure interoperation of services in an open, distributed environment. Services define roles and implement formally specified policy for role activation and service use; users must present the...
     
Using while moving: HCI issues in fieldwork environments
Found in: ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction (TOCHI)
By David Morse, Jason Pascoe, Jason Pascoe, Nick Ryan, David Morse, David Morse, Jason Pascoe, Nick Ryan, Nick Ryan
Issue Date:March 1994
pp. 417-437
Mobile workers need seamless access to communication and information services while on the move. However, current solutions overwhelm users with intrusive interfaces and ambiguous notifications. This article discusses the interaction techniques developed f...
     
The Application Visualization System: A Computational Environment for Scientific Visualization
Found in: IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications
By Craig Upson, Thomas Faulhaber, Jr., David Kamins, David Laidlaw, David Schlegel, Jefrey Vroom, Robert Gurwitz, Andries van Dam
Issue Date:July 1989
pp. 30-42
<p>A software system for developing interactive scientific visualization applications quickly, with a minimum of programming effort, is described. This application visualization system (AVS) is an application framework targeted at scientists and engi...
 
Developing computer animation packages (panel)
Found in: Proceedings of the SIGCHI/GI conference on Human factors in computing systems and graphics interface (CHI '87)
By David Ross, David Sturman, David Zeltzer, Donald Leich, Jeffrey Graber, Kevin Lefebvre, Michael Sciulli, Milan Novacek
Issue Date:April 1987
pp. 225
Specialized computer architectures can provide better price/performance for executing image processing and graphics applications than general purpose designs. Two processors are presented that use parallel SIMD data paths to support common graphics data st...
     
The TWA reservation system
Found in: Communications of the ACM
By Alfred Spector, David Gifford, David Gifford, David Gifford
Issue Date:July 1984
pp. 650-665
Where can you find a solid, forthright overview of the computer systems and management behind airline reservations? NASA's space shuttle? Or any of the multitude of other large computer systems that support important projects or national activities? It's h...
     
Windows on the world
Found in: Proceedings of the 1983 ACM SIGMOD international conference on Management of data (SIGMOD '83)
By David Maier, David Rozenshtein, David S. Warren
Issue Date:May 1983
pp. 68-78
We discuss the philosophy, history and theory of window functions. Window functions (sometimes called connections) are a means to treat a relational database as a semantic whole, rather than as an arbitrary collection of relations. Simply stated, a window ...
     
VASA: Interactive Computational Steering of Large Asynchronous Simulation Pipelines for Societal Infrastructure
Found in: IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics
By Sungahn Ko,Jieqiong Zhao,Jing Xia,Shehzad Afzal,Xiaoyu Wang,Greg Abram,Niklas Elmqvist,Len Kne,David Van Riper,Kelly Gaither,Shaun Kennedy,William Tolone,William Ribarsky,David S. Ebert
Issue Date:February 2015
pp. 1
We present VASA, a visual analytics platform consisting of a desktop application, a component model, and a suite of distributed simulation components for modeling the impact of societal threats such as weather, food contamination, and traffic on critical i...
 
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