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Grant/Contract Reports (NISTGCR)

Measurement Science Roadmap Workshop for Water Use Efficiency and Water Quality in Premise Plumbing Systems, August 1-2, 2018: Synthesis of a Workshop organized by the National Institute of Standards and Technology, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, a

Author(s)
Robert Pickering, Kathleen Onorevole, Rob Greenwood, Sarah Shadid
In August 2018, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) WaterSense program, and the Water

Structures Ignited by Virginia WUI Fires 2/2015 - 2/2017

Author(s)
David D. Evans, Lavern R. Scott, William D. Walton
This report documents twenty-one structures that were ignited or significantly damaged by burning wildland vegetation in Virginia over a two-year period

Extending and Evaluating the Model-based Product Definition

Author(s)
Nathan W. Hartman, Jesse Zahner, Thomas D. Hedberg, Allison Barnard Feeney
Industrial practice is in a state of transition, away from the use of drawings towards the use of annotated 3D CAD models as a means of communication. Working

Survey and New Directions for Physics-Based Attack Detection in Control Systems

Author(s)
David Urbina, Jairo Giraldo, Alvaro Cardenas, Junia Valente, Mustafa Faisal, Niles O. Tippenhauer, Justin Ruths, Richard Candell, Heinrik Sandberg
Monitoring the "physics" of control systems to detect attacks is a growing area of research. In its basic form a security monitor creates time-series models of

Technical Basis for User Interface Design of Health IT

Author(s)
Michael E. Wiklund, Jonathan Kendler, Limor Hochberg, Matthew B. Weinger
This document is intended to help EHR developers plan and implement a user-centered design for their EHR systems. It includes user interface design principles