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Conferences

BABAR: Black Array of Broadband Absolute Radiometers for far infrared sensing

Author(s)
Christopher S. Yung, Nathan A. Tomlin, Cameron Straatsma, Joel Rutkowski, Erik Richard, Dave Harber, John H. Lehman, Michelle S. Stephens
Currently at NIST, there is an effort to develop a black array of broadband absolute radiometers (BABAR) for far infrared sensing. The linear array of

Towards Standard Exoskeleton Test Methods for Load Handling

Author(s)
Roger V. Bostelman, YaShian Li-Baboud, Ann M. Virts, Soocheol Yoon, Mili Shah
Exoskeletons are now being marketed by several manufacturers and yet there are currently no standard test methods to compare exoskeletons to task. The National

Sources of Errors in Structured Light 3D Scanners

Author(s)
Prem K. Rachakonda, Balasubramanian Muralikrishnan, Daniel S. Sawyer
Structured light (SL) scanners have been commercially available for over a decade and some commercial scanners are evaluated using one of two German guidelines

Browser Fingerprinting using Combinatorial Sequence Testing

Author(s)
Bernhard Garn, Dimitris Simos, Stefan Zimmer, David R. Kuhn, Raghu N. Kacker
In this paper, we propose an approach for browser fingerprinting using their behavior during the TLS 1.2 handshake with a server. Using combinatorial methods,

Interlaboratory Millimeter-Wave Channel Sounder Verification

Author(s)
Jeanne T. Quimby, David G. Michelson, Mustapha Bennai, Catherine A. Remley, Joshua M. Kast, Alec J. Weiss
The channel sounder verification program within the National Institute of Standards and Technology-coordinated 5G mmWave Channel Model Alliance aims to place

Switching variability factors in compliance-free metal oxide RRAM

Author(s)
Dmitry Veksler, Gennadi Bersuker, A W. Bushmaker, Pragya R. Shrestha, Kin P. Cheung, Jason P. Campbell
Switching variability in polycrystalline compliance-free HfO2-based 1R RRAM is evaluated employing ultra-fast low voltage pulse approach. Changes in filament