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Optimal Bayesian Experimental Design

Author(s)
Robert D. McMichael
This manual describes an implementation of optimal Bayesian experimental design methods. These methods address routine measurements where data are fit to

Practical Cryptanalysis of k-ary C*

Author(s)
Daniel C. Smith-Tone
Recently, an article by Felke appeared in Cryptography and Communications discussing the security of biquadratic $C^*$ and a further generalization, k-ary $C^*$

Open Speech Analytic Technologies Pilot Evaluation OpenSAT Pilot

Author(s)
Frederick R. Byers, Jonathan G. Fiscus, Seyed Omid Sadjadi, Gregory A. Sanders, Mark A. Przybocki
Open Speech Analytic Technologies Pilot Evaluation (OpenSAT) is a new speech analytic technology evaluation series organized by NIST that will begin with a

The Metrological Basis for MOBY

Author(s)
Bettye C. Johnson
The Marine Optical BuoY (MOBY) is a primary source of data for System Vicarious Calibration (SVC) of ocean color satellite sensors. I will present brief

PSIAP User Interface Grant Webinar

Author(s)
Scott A. Ledgerwood, Jeremy E. Benson, Dereck R. Orr, Scott S. McNichol
The video is a recorded webinar about PSCR's Notice of Funding Opportunity, which was recently posted on grants.gov. The webinar was hosted by UI/UX Portfolio

Public Safety User Interface R&D Summit Report

Author(s)
Scott A. Ledgerwood, Marc Leh
The User Interface Roadmap R&D Summit allowed PSCR stakeholders to build on the findings published in the recent Public Safety User Interface R&D Roadmap. It

NSRL Kaspersky dataset documentation

Author(s)
Alexander J. Nelson
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) National Software Reference Library (NSRL) has created curated releases of the Reference Data Set (RDS

Advancements in Spintronics

Author(s)
Hideo Ohno, Mark D. Stiles, Bernard Dieny
Spintronics is the concept of using the spin degree of freedom to control electrical current to expand the capabilities of electronic devices. Over the last 10