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Moment subset sums over finite fields

Author(s)
Tim LAI, Alicia Marino, Angela Y. Robinson, Daqing Wan
The k-subset sum problem over finite fields is a classical NP-complete problem. Motivated by coding theory applications, a more complex problem is the higher m

The 2019 NIST CTS Speaker Recognition Challenge

Author(s)
Omid Sadjadi, Craig S. Greenberg, Elliot Singer, Douglas Reynolds, Lisa Mason, Jaime Hernandez-Cordero
In 2019, the U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) conducted a leaderboard style speaker recognition challenge using conversational

NIST Ballistics Toolmark Research Database

Author(s)
Xiaoyu A. Zheng, Johannes A. Soons, Robert M. Thompson, Sushama P. Singh, Cerasela Constantin
In 2009, a report by the National Academies called into question, amongst other issues, the objectivity of visual toolmark identification by firearms examiners

Field Compressed Sensing

Author(s)
Anthony B. Kos, Fabio C. Da Silva, Jason B. Coder, Craig W. Nelson, Grace E. Antonucci, Archita Hati
Imaging solutions based on wave scattering seek real-time performance, high dynamic range, and spatial accuracy at scales spanning from nanometers to thousands

Transgranular Cracking in a Liquid Zn Embrittled High Strength Steel

Author(s)
Diptak Bhattacharya, Lawrence Cho, Ellen Van der Aa, Hassan Ghassemi-Armaki, Andreas Pichler, Kip O. Findley, John G. Speer
Intergranular Zn-assisted liquid metal embrittlement (LME) cracks have been frequently reported in steels, involving austenite grain boundary penetration of

Critical Path Method Assessment of Community Recovery

Author(s)
Francis M. Lavelle, Charles Goodhue, Douglas Lyons
The critical path method (CPM) is investigated as a tool for identifying recovery activities that control the timeline for restoration of key community
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