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Conferences

Quantifying Macroeconomic Resilience Dividends in Cedar Rapids

Author(s)
Juan F. Fung, Jennifer F. Helgeson, Cheyney M. O'Fallon, David H. Webb, Harvey Cutler
Cedar Rapids, Iowa offers a unique case study in planning for increased resilience. In 2008, Cedar Rapids experienced severe flooding. Rather than simply

Wireless Channel Model Development Across the Product Life Cycle

Author(s)
David Michelson, Camillo A. Gentile, Nada T. Golmie, Jeanne T. Quimby, Catherine A. Remley, Ken Gracie, Yvo de Jong
Wireless channel models play a critical role at all stages of the product life cycle, from standards development to network deployment. However, the distinctive

Machine Learning in a Quality Managed RF Measurement Workflow

Author(s)
Aric W. Sanders, John Bass, Arpita Bhutani, Mary A. Ho, James C. Booth
Advances in artificial intelligence, or more specifically machine learning, have made it possible for computers to recognize patterns as well or better than

Reproducibility of Liquid Micro-Flow Measurements

Author(s)
John D. Wright, James W. Schmidt
New applications in biology, medicine, and manufacturing require reliable measurements of liquid flows smaller than 100 υL/min. NIST addressed this requirement

FEA solver integration framework

Author(s)
Conrad E. Bock, Jerome Szarazi
Integrating finite element analysis (FEA) with systems engineering (SE) would improve traceability, consistency, and interoperability between SE and FEA

Manipulation Data Collection and Annotation Tool for Media Forensics

Author(s)
Eric Robertson, Haiying Guan, Mark Kozak, Yooyoung Lee, Amy N. Yates, Andrew P. Delgado, Daniel F. Zhou, Timothée N. Kheyrkhah, Jeff Smith, Jonathan G. Fiscus
With the increasing diversity and complexity of media forensics techniques, the evaluation of state-of-the-art detectors are impeded by lacking the metadata and