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MyData API Patterns: OAuth

Author(s)
Martin J. Burns, David A. Wollman
The My Data initiatives are part of the Administration’s efforts to empower Americans with secure access to their own personal data, and to increase citizens’

NIST Ballistics Toolmark Research Database

Author(s)
Xiaoyu A. Zheng, Johannes A. Soons, Robert M. Thompson
The NIST Ballistics Toolmark Research Database (NBTRD) is an open-access research database of bullet and cartridge case toolmark data. The development of the

2016 Public Safety Broadband Stakeholder Meeting - Day1

Author(s)
Tracy A. McElvaney, Dereck R. Orr, Jeremy E. Benson, Richard A. Rouil, Andrew P. Thiessen, Paul Roberts, Steven Voran, John T. Beltz, Joshua M. Franklin, Harlin McEwen, Christopher J. Walton, Paul A. Grassi, Donald L. Harriss, Mika Skarp, Wim Brouwer
The Public Safety Communications Research program held its latest PSBB Stakeholder Meeting on June 7-9 2016 in San Diego, CA. This three-day meeting brought

2016 Public Safety Broadband Stakeholder Meeting - Day 3

Author(s)
Tracy A. McElvaney, Jeremy E. Benson, Richard A. Rouil, Andrew P. Thiessen, Paul Roberts, Steven Voran, John T. Beltz, Joshua M. Franklin, Harlin McEwen, Christopher J. Walton, Paul A. Grassi, Donald L. Harriss, Mika Skarp, Wim Brouwer
The Public Safety Communications Research program held its latest PSBB Stakeholder Meeting on June 7-9, 2016, in San Diego, CA. This three-day meeting brought

2016 Public Safety Broadband Stakeholder Meeting - Day 2

Author(s)
Tracy A. McElvaney, Dereck R. Orr, Jeremy E. Benson, Richard A. Rouil, Andrew Thiessen, Paul Roberts, John T. Beltz, Joshua M. Franklin, Harlin McEwen, Christopher J. Walton, Paul A. Grassi, Ellen L. Ryan, Donald L. Harriss, Mika Skarp, Wim Brouwer
The Public Safety Communications Research program held its latest PSBB Stakeholder Meeting on June 7-9 2016 in San Diego, CA. This three-day meeting brought

The NIST Standards in Trade Program

Author(s)
P L. Heydemann
Plans, organizes, and manages the placement of technical experts from NIST, or selected by NIST, in key U.S. embassies and missions to provide technical advice

Multi-Fingered Robotic Grasping: A Primer

Author(s)
Stefano Carpin, Shuo Liu, Joseph A. Falco, Karl Van Wyk
Grasping and manipulation has generated significant interest in the robotics community, and robotic grasping emerged as an autonomous area of research since the

Documentation for ROC Baseline 2016

Author(s)
James R. Matey, Su L. Cheng, Patrick J. Grother, Mei L. Ngan, George W. Quinn, Elham Tabassi, Craig I. Watson
We present ROC baseline data to support the recommendations in Matey et al [6].

Is the Factor of 10 Still Applicable Today?

Author(s)
Simone N. Gittelson, John S. Buckleton
The assignment of the weight of DNA evidence depends on a number of factors (allele probability estimates, the population genetic model used, the value of the

Integration of CodeSynthesis and QIF

Author(s)
John L. Michaloski
This paper describes using CodeSynthesis "XSD" tool and Xerces C++ XML tools in basic Quality Information Framework (QIF) applications. The targeted platforms