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  • Laskey, Kathryn B. (2006-02-03)
    Uncertainty is a fundamental and irreducible aspect of our knowledge about the world. Probability is the most well-understood and widely applied logic for computational scientific reasoning under uncertainty. As theory and ...
  • Ibrahim, Lamis (2021)
    epileptic seizure is a neurological disorder caused by abnormal activity of nerve cells in the brain. Epileptic seizures may happen while the patient is awake or asleep, and may cause loss of consciousness, falling, or ...
  • AlGhamdi, Ghazi; Laskey, Kathryn B.; Wright, Edward J.; Barbará, Daniel; Chang, K.C. (2006-03-06)
    This paper tackles a key aspect of the information security problem: modeling the behavior of insider threats. The specific problem addressed by this paper is the identification of malicious insider behavior in trusted ...
  • Costa, Paulo C. G.; Laskey, Kathryn B. (2006-01-27)
    An introduction is provided to Multi-Entity Bayesian Networks (MEBN), a logic system that integrates First Order Logic (FOL) with Bayesian probability theory. MEBN extends ordinary Bayesian networks to allow representation ...
  • Kolhe, Gaurav S. (2019)
    Central Process Units (CPUs) are becoming the standard processors of current computing systems design. With the increasing performance requirements, the number of transistors on single chip unit cannot grow exponentially ...
  • Thomas, Alan; Turner, Thomas; Soderlund, Scott (2008)
    The Net-Centric Adapter for Legacy Systems (NCALS) is a software technology that makes legacy system data and services available in near real-time to the Global Information Grid (GIG). The intent of NCALS is to lower the ...
  • Blot, Thomas "T. J."; Duong, Loc; Kim, Douglas (2020)
  • O'Connell, Rachel (2021)
    This literature review discusses how researchers can control cardiac cells with neural networks. The cardiac system is controlled by the autonomic nervous system and coordinates with the respiratory system. Numerous ...
  • Sutton, Nate (2020)
    The focus of this review is neuroscience research using robots programmed to navigate spatial environments using methods based on animal cognition. The use of cognition-based methods in robot navigation has multiple ...
  • Eranki, Avinash; Cortes, Nelson; Ferenček3, Zrinka Gregurić; Siddhartha, Sikdar (Journal of Visualized Experiments, 2013-09)
    Ultrasound is an attractive modality for imaging muscle and tendon motion during dynamic tasks and can provide a complementary methodological approach for biomechanical studies in a clinical or laboratory setting. Towards ...
  • Laskey, Kathryn B.; Costa, Paulo C. G. (AUAI Press, 2005-07)
    Intelligent systems in an open world must reason about many interacting entities related to each other in diverse ways and having uncertain features and relationships. Traditional probabilistic languages lack the expressive ...
  • Kub, Michael (2019)
    Optogenetics is an innovative neuromodulation technique involving the use of light and light-sensitive proteins to control molecular events within a genetically modified cell. The fundamental mechanism behind optogenetics ...
  • Fung, Francis; Laskey, Kathryn B.; Pool, Michael; Takikawa, Masami; Wright, Edward J. (2006-02-06)
    Decision support and information fusion in complex domains requires reasoning about inherently uncertain properties of and relationships among varied and often unknown number of entities interacting in differing and often ...
  • Costa, Paulo C. G.; Laskey, Kathryn B.; Laskey, Kenneth J. (2005-11-07)
    This paper addresses a major weakness of current technologies for the Semantic Web, namely the lack of a principled means to represent and reason about uncertainty. This not only hinders the realization of the original ...
  • Costa, Paulo C.G.; Laskey, Kathryn B. (IOS Press, 2006-11)
    Across a wide range of domains, there is an urgent need for a wellfounded approach to incorporating uncertain and incomplete knowledge into formal domain ontologies. Although this subject is receiving increasing ...
  • Costa, Paulo C. G.; Laskey, Kathryn B.; Laskey, Kenneth J. (Information Extraction & Transport, Inc. (IET), 2006-11)
    Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) is a key technology to support interoperability among data and processing resources. Semantic interoperability requires mapping between vocabularies of independently developed resources, a ...
  • Laskey, Kenneth J.; Costa, Paulo C. G.; Laskey, Kathryn B. (Information Extraction & Transport, Inc. (IET), 2006-11)
    The Semantic Web envisions effortless cooperation between humans and computers, seamless interoperability and information exchange among web applications, and rapid and accurate identification and invocation of appropriate ...
  • Holland, William (2020)
    Retinal implants have become a more feasible eye-corrective tool in recent years. Examples of modern retinal implants include: the Argus II electronic epiretinal device, and the IMS electronic subretinal device (Jalil, ...
  • Lanza, Beverly (2017-05)
    The Potomac River basin is home to more than six million residents and has experienced moderate and severe droughts in the past (e.g., 1930, 1966, 1999, and 2002). With population growth and consequential increasing water ...
  • Neema, Himanshu; Nine, H.; Hemingway, G.; Sztipanovits, J.; Karsai, G. (2009-10-06)
    Abstract-Virtual evaluation of complex command and control concepts demands the use of heterogeneous simulation environments. Development challenges include how to integrate multiple simulation platforms with varying ...

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