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Automated Combinatorial Testing for Software (ACTS) PDF Print E-mail

This work will have applications in high assurance software, safety and security, and combinatorial testing. Our focus is on empirical results and real-world problems.

 

Institute/Organization: Information Technology Laboratory (ITL) , National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) , USA

Research Team:

Rick Kuhn, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Raghu Kacker, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Status: Ongoing

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Augmented Product Counter PDF Print E-mail

This study has created an augmented reality (AR) based product display counter that transforms any surface or object into an interactive surface, blending digital media and information with physical space. This system enables shoppers to conduct research in the store, learn about product features, and talk to a virtual expert to get advice via built-in video conferencing. The Augmented Product Counter is based on LuminAR technology, which can transform any standard product counter, enabling shoppers to get detailed information on products as well as web access to read unbiased reviews, compare pricing, and conduct research while they interact with real products. This system delivers an innovative in-store shopping experience combining live product interactions in a physical environment with the vast amount of information available on the web in an engaging and interactive manner.

Institute/Organization : MIT Media Lab, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA

Research Team : Pattie Maes (Director)
Status: Ongoing 

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Auditory Desensitization Games PDF Print E-mail

 

Persons on the autism spectrum often report hypersensitivity to sound. Efforts have been made to manage this condition, but there is wide room for improvement. One approach—exposure therapy—has promise, and a recent study showed that it helped several individuals diagnosed with autism overcome their sound sensitivities. This project borrows principles from exposure therapy, and use fun, engaging, games to help individuals gradually get used to sounds that they might ordinarily find frightening or painful.

 

Institute/Organization : MIT Media Lab, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA

Research Team : Rosalind W. Picard (Director)

Status : Ongoing

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Audio Browser: A Gesture and Speech-Based Information Access System for the Visually Impaired PDF Print E-mail

The Audio Browser Project is developing a set of tools to support the browsing of web-based and personal information by blind and visually impaired users. Its main strategy is to use multi-modal input (touch and speech) in order to give users the ability to learn about an interface through exploration and to move through a collection of information similar to cascading menus on a visual screen display. A desktop and a personal data assistant (PDA) version of the software exist that allow users to download and read (via text to speech) daily newspapers or to manage their own personal data, telephone numbers, addresses, notes and music files through the same simple “touch and say” interface. Currently under development is a navigation tool that uses a sensor-based network and location-based methods to aid its user in navigating buildings.

Institute/Organization : Department of Information Systems, New Jersey’s Science & Technology University (NJIT), USA

Research Team :

Marilyn Tremaine, project director

Xiaoyu Chen, Ph.D. student

Cliff Williams, former MSc. student

Bob Lutz, Ph.D. student

Jaewoo Chung, former MSc. student

John Visicaro, MSc. student

Daniel Rodriguez, MSc. student

Patrick Lacsina, Ph.D. student

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Atomic Wave functions PDF Print E-mail

The numerical solution of the multi-particle Schrodinger equation describing atomic systems remains a challenging for computational physics. ITL scientists are in the forefront of this field with respect to extremely high-accuracy computation of non-relativistic eigenstates of few electron systems.

Institute/Organization: Information Technology Laboratory (ITL) , National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) , USA

Contacat: James Sims. Email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Status: Ongoing

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