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Towards Generalized Accessibility of Video Games for the Visually Impaired
Over the last three decades, video games have evolved from an obscure pastime to a force of change that is transforming the way people perceive, learn about, and interact with the world around them. Video games are not ...
A Control Architecture for Dynamic Execution of Robot Tasks Trained in Real-Time Using Particle Filters
With the advancement of technology and development of new gadgets to make life easier, the need in our society for task automation has increased over the years. Simple electronic devices, such as automatic vacuum cleaners, ...
Iterative Tensor Voting for Perceptual Grouping of Natural Shapes in Cluttered Background
Grouping processes provide reliable pre-processed information to higher level computer vision functions by eliminating irrelevant items and preserving salient, organized structures that are more likely to belong to objects. ...
Link State Contract Routing
The Internet's simple design resulted in huge success in basic telecommunicationservices. However, the current Internet architecture has failed in terms of introducingmany innovative technologies as end-to-end (E2E) services ...
Minimizing Multi-Hop Wireless Routing State under Application-Based Accuracy Constraints
Provisioning of rich routing building blocks to mobile ad-hoc networking applications has been of high interest. Several MANET applications need flexibility in describing paths their traffic will follow. To accommodate ...
Mind Reading for Social Robots: Stochastic Models of Intent Recognition
Understanding intent is an important aspect of communication among people and is an essential component of the human cognitive system. This capability is particularly relevant for situations that involve collaboration among ...
Training Civil Support Teams in the CAVE
National Guard Civil Support Teams (CST) respond to a variety of situationsinvolving dangerous materials. Many of these situations can be safely simulated fortraining purposes in the real world. Radiological threats, ...
Ad-hoc Limited Scale-Free Models for Unstructured Peer-to-Peer Networks
Ad-hoc behavior of peers is one of the most important characteristics of any peer-to-peer (P2P) network that affects the scalability, stability, reachability, and search efficiency of the network. These ad-hoc peers cause ...