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2019 Public Safety Broadband Stakeholder Presentations by NIST Authors

October 25, 2021
Author(s)
Richard A. Rouil, Tom Henderson, Marco Mezzavilla, Michele Polese, Jaden Pieper, Chunmei Liu, Silas Thompson, David W. Griffith, Christopher Walton, Christopher D. Dennis, Fabio C. da Silva, John S. Garofolo, James M. Horan, Samuel Hood, Julie Stroup, Christine Task, Terese Manley, Sam Ray, Alison Kahn, Maxwell Maurice, Hien V. Nguyen, Frederick R. Byers, Kristen K. Greene, Mary Theofanos, Yee-Yin Choong, Sandra Spickard Prettyman, Pamela J. Konkol, Jeffrey Cichonski, Bill Fisher, Gema Howell, Mike Dolan, Adam Lewis, Michael Ogata, John Beltz, Michael Bartock, Sarah Hughes, Santosh Rajvaidya, Craig Connelly, Scott Ledgerwood, Megan Waldock, Dereck R. Orr, Donald Bradshaw, Jeb Benson
2019 Public Safety Broadband Stakeholder Presentations by NIST Authors

PSCR 2021: Pecha Kucha Portfolio Overviews

September 28, 2021
Author(s)
John Beltz, Scott Ledgerwood, Roger Blalock, Joe Grasso, John S. Garofolo, Jesse Frey, Cara O'Malley, Fernando Cintron, Bill Fisher, Gema Howell, Yee-Yin Choong, Jack Lewis, Paul Merritt, Edmond J. Golden III, Ian Soboroff, Craig Connelly, Gary Howarth, Brianna Vendetti, Katelynn Kapalo, Margaret Pinson
PSCR Research Portfolio Leaders join their staff to provide an overview of the projects housed within their PSCR portfolio. Each portfolio overview is delivered in a traditional Pecha Kucha style presentation, dividing topics into 20 slides that when

PSCR 2020_Pecha Kucha Portfolio Overview

October 29, 2020
Author(s)
John Beltz, Roger Blalock, Donald Bradshaw, John S. Garofolo, Joe Grasso, Scott Ledgerwood, Brianna Vendetti
The PSCR Research Portfolio Leaders provide overview presentations of the projects housed within their portfolios, using just 20 slides that showcase each for only 20 seconds. Their traditional Pecha Kucha style presentations are combined into this

PSCR 2017 Stakeholder Conference Presentation Materials -- Day 3

October 16, 2018
Author(s)
Dereck R. Orr, Richard A. Rouil, Jeremy E. Benson, David W. Griffith, Fidel Liberal, Robert Escalle, Sonim Technologies, Richard Lau, Vencore Labs, Paul Sutton, Software Radio Systems LTD, Sumit Roy, Sean Sangodoyin, David A. Howe, Fabio C. Da Silva, Alicia Evangelista, Yet2, Brienne Engel, Yet2, John S. Garofolo
This document is a compilation of the slides presented during Day 3 of the 2017 Public Safety Communications Research Program's (PSCR) Annual Stakeholder Conference. Day 3 topics include PSCR research plans and results for Mission Critical Voice, Indoor

First Workshop on Video Analytics in Public Safety

January 19, 2017
Author(s)
John S. Garofolo, Simson L. Garfinkel, Reva B. Schwartz
The first Video Analytics in Public Safety (VAPS) Workshop was held on Monday, June 6, 2016, in San Diego, CA as a satellite workshop of the Public Safety Communications Research (PSCR) Broadband Stakeholder Meeting, which was held on June 7-9. The

Video Analytics at the Edge

October 28, 2016
Author(s)
John S. Garofolo
This is a slide for an invited panel talk at the First IEEE/ACM Symposium on Edge Computing on the need for research in edge computing and future standards related to video analytics in safety and security video network domains such as public safety.

The TRECVid 2008 Event Detection Evaluation

December 9, 2009
Author(s)
Jonathan G. Fiscus, John S. Garofolo, Paul D. Over, Martial Michel, Richard T. Rose
This paper is a summary of the 2008 TRECVid Event Detection evaluation. TRECVid is a laboratory-style evaluation that aims to model real world situations or significant component tasks. The event detection evaluation was organized to address detection of a

The CLEAR 2007 Evaluation

March 31, 2008
Author(s)
Rainer Stiefelhagen, Keni Bernardin, R Bowers, Richard T. Rose, Martial Michel, John S. Garofolo
This paper is a summary of the 2007 CLEAR Evaluation on the Classification of Events, Activities, and Relationships which took place in early 2007 and culminated with a two-day workshop held in May 2007. CLEAR is an international effort to evaluate systems

Eval-ware: Multimodal Interaction

March 5, 2007
Author(s)
John S. Garofolo, Richard T. Rose, Rainer Stiefelhagen
This paper is a review of multimodal programs, their evaluations, and online resources. For several years, research in unimodal recognition technologies has been evolving, and has been steadily driven by evaluations. As these technologies mature, new

The Rich Transcription 2006 Spring Meeting Recognition Evaluation

May 4, 2006
Author(s)
Jonathan G. Fiscus, Jerome G. Ajot, Martial Michel, John S. Garofolo
This paper presents the design and results of the Rich Transcription Spring 2006 (RT-06S) Meeting Recognition Evaluation. This evaluation is the fourth in a series of community-wide evaluations of language technologies in the meeting domain. For 2006

Rich Transcription 2005 Spring Evaluation Website

January 1, 2005
Author(s)
John S. Garofolo
This paper demonstrates that, for large-scale tests, the match and non-match similarity scores have no specific underlying distribution function. The forms of these distribution functions require a nonparametric approach for the analysis of the fingerprint

Rich Transcription Website

December 1, 2004
Author(s)
John S. Garofolo
This paper demonstrates that, for large-scale tests, the match and non-match similarity scores have no specific underlying distribution function. The forms of these distribution functions require a nonparametric approach for the analysis of the fingerprint

Retrieving Noisy Text

September 26, 2004
Author(s)
Ellen M. Voorhees, John S. Garofolo
Two tracks within TREC have examined the problem of retrieving noisy documents---documents whose content is not necessarily a faithful representation of the author's intent. The confusion track tested the ability of system to retrieve documents that were

The Rich Transcription 2004 Spring Meeting Recognition Evaluation

April 1, 2004
Author(s)
John S. Garofolo, Christophe Laprun, Jonathan G. Fiscus
This paper presents the design and results of the Rich Transcription 2004 Spring Meeting Recognition Evaluation. The evaluation included both Speaker Segmentation (SPKR) and Speech-to-Text Transcription (STT) tasks. Three microphone conditions were

Effects of Word Error Rate in the DARPA Communicator Data During 2000 and 2001

September 16, 2002
Author(s)
Gregory A. Sanders, A N. Le, John S. Garofolo
During 2000 and 2001 two large data collections were performed, with paid users doing travel planning using eight Communicator spoken dialogue systems. We analyze the effects of speech recognition accuracy, as measured by Word Error Rate (WER), on other