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Report for Dedicated JPSS VIIRS Ocean Color Calibration/Validation Cruise December 2015

Author(s)
Michael Ondrusek, Veronica P. Lance, Eric Stengel, Menghua Wang, Zhongping Lee, Jianwei Wei, Junfang Lin, Chuanmin Hu, Charles Kovach, David English, Jennifer Cannizzaro, Alex Gilerson, Sam Ahmed, Carlos Carrizo, Ahmed El-Habashi, Robert Foster, Matteo Ottaviani, Robert Arnone, Sherwin Ladner, Wesley Goode, Ryan Vandermeulen, Nicholas Tufillaro, Jasmine Nahorniak, Curtiss Davis, Joaquim I. Goes, Kali McKee, Scott Freeman, Joaquin E. Chaves Cedeno, Kenneth Voss, Bettye C. Johnson

CHALLENGES IN TOLERANCE TRANSFER FOR ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING

Author(s)
Gaurav Ameta, Shawn P. Moylan, Paul W. Witherell
Abstract: From the design point of view, datum features are used to imply design intent of particular function of the part or sequence of assembly of components

Should ontologies be evaluated?

Author(s)
Judith R. Gelernter, Jyoti Jha
Ontologies are semantic tools for Artificial Intelligence. Ontologies list and define objects in a domain and the relationship among objects such as to do

NIST Studies Impact of Documentary Standards

Author(s)
Erik Puskar
This article describes the under taking by Technology Services to assess the impact of standards on global competitiveness and innovation. . It also reflects

Field Testing Hopper Scales

Author(s)
R C. Suiter
The testing of hopper scales seems to be intimidating to many field inspectors. They dread the task of doing a substitution test or a strain load test; there is

NIST Timeline

Author(s)
L A. Greenhouse, J V. Norris, P J. Deutsch
The NIST Timeline builds upon three volumes of history: Measures for Progress: A History of the National Bureau of Standards, by Rexmond Cochrane; A Unique

Knowledge and Uniformity

Author(s)
H V. Oppermann
Two primary objectives of weights and measures enforcement are to promote fair competition among companies and to ensure accurate measurement for consumers. To

NIST Metric Cube

Author(s)
J B. McCracken
Paper cut-out cube, 10 cm on each side listing metric conversion information on each face covering units of length, mass or weight, area or surface, energy

Put NIST Technology Services to Work for You

Author(s)
J L. Land
Brochure provides guide for business and industry to access National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) services available through Technology Services

NIST Data Gateway

Author(s)
D M. Blakeslee, Angela Y. Lee, A J. Belsky, John E. Fuller III
The NIST Data Gateway is a web portal that provides easy access to NIST Standard Reference Data, which cover a broad range of substances and properties from

IUPAC/NIST Solubility Database

Author(s)
G R. Dalton, Angela Y. Lee, S L. Young
A database containing solubilities originally published in the International Union for Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC)-NIST Solubility Data Series has been

Quantitative EELS of Alloy Nanoparticles

Author(s)
J H. Scott, Dale E. Newbury
Quantitative electron energy-loss spectroscopy (EELS) is used to characterize the chemical composition of Fe-Co alloy nanoparticles. A 300-keV analytical