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NIST Pubs

NIST Measurement Services: Photometric Calibrations

Author(s)
Carl C. Miller, Maria E. Nadal, Benjamin K. Tsai, Yuqin Zong
The National Institute of Standards and Technology provides calibration services for submitted artifacts for luminous intensity, illuminance, color temperature,

Guidelines for the Use of PIV Credentials in Facility Access

Author(s)
Hildegard Ferraiolo, Ketan L. Mehta, Nabil Ghadiali, Jason Mohler, Vincent Johnson, Steven Brady
This recommendation provides a technical guideline to use Personal Identity Verification (PIV) Cards in facility access; enabling federal agencies to operate as

Baseline Tailor

Author(s)
Joshua Lubell
Baseline Tailor is an innovative web application for users of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Cybersecurity Framework and Special

Juliet 1.3 Test Suite: Changes From 1.2

Author(s)
Paul E. Black
The Juliet test suite is a systematic set of thousands of small test programs in C/C++ and Java exhibiting over 100 classes of errors, such as buffer overflow,

Standard Reference Data Workshop Report

Author(s)
Debra L. Kaiser, Neil Alderoty, Richard R. Cavanagh, Barbara Guttman, Robert J. Hanisch, Adam G. Morey, Jeanita Pritchett, Yuri Ralchenko, Stacy S. Schuur, William E. Wallace
On October 17, 2017, the ODI sponsored a day-long Standard Reference Data Workshop. More than 120 NIST staff members and associates from four NIST laboratories