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Intent Recognition in Multi-Agent Domains
Intent recognition is an extremely important aspect of social robotics. The ability to recognize and react to intentions is not only an integral part of social interaction, but is also useful in adversarial domains, as ...
An Extended Local Binary Pattern for Gender Classification
The face is one of the most important biometric features of humans, conveying race, identity, age, gender and facial expression information, among which gender plays a significant role in social interactions. An automatic ...
Secure Communications in the Smart Grid
Smart grid has diverse stake holders that often require varying levels of access to grid state and measurements. At the distribution level (i.e., MAN), smart grid provides two way communication between households and ...
Learning to Generalize from Demostrations
Learning by demonstration is a natural approach that can be used to transfer knowledge from humans to robots, similar to how people teach each other through examples. To date, numerous approaches have been developed for ...
Non-Intrusive Physical Activity Prediction for Exergames
In recent years, exercise games have been criticized for not being able to engage their players into levels of physical activity that are high enough to yield health benefits. A major challenge in the design of exergames, ...
Haptic Interface for Non-Visual Steering
Glare significantly diminishes visual perception, and is a significant cause of traffic accidents. Existing haptic automotive interfaces typically indicate when and in which direction to steer, but they don't convey how ...
Design and Implementation of a Neocortical Visualization Tool
A core goal for neuroscientists is to understand the physiological processes behind memory, learning, and cognition. By developing computational models of the brain, scientists can simulate how neurons interact with each ...
PINCH: A Proprietary Interface for Network Communication with Hardware
The goal of P.I.N.C.H. is to develop an interface for Bally Technologies that allows their webbased games to securely communicate with physical machine hardware over a network. This task will require network communication ...
HallPASS - Hallway Person Affixed Steering Supplement
Hallway Person Affixed Steering Supplement (HallPASS) is a tool for navigating through the interior of buildings. This project is similar to Google Street View, but is focused entirely on the mapping and traversal of ...