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    • The Family Intercom: Developing a Context-Aware Audio Communication System 

      Nagel, Kristine Susanne; Kidd, Cory D.; O'Connell, Thomas; Dey, Anind K.; Abowd, Gregory D. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2001)
      We have begun an exploration of how ubiquitous computing technology can facilitate different forms of audio communication within a family. We are interested in both intra- and inter-home communication. Though much technology ...
    • FanGrower: A Simple Bi-resolution Triangle-mesh 

      Somani, Ramswaroop; Rossignac, Jaroslaw R. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2003)
      The FanGrower algorithm proposed here segments a manifold triangle mesh into regions (called caps), which may each be closely approximated by a triangle-fan. Once the caps are formed, their rims, which form the inter-cap ...
    • Fast and Memory Efficient Polygonal Simplification 

      Lindstrom, Peter; Turk, Greg (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1998)
      Conventional wisdom says that in order to produce high-quality simplified polygonal models, one must retain and use information about the original model during the simplification process. We demonstrate that excellent ...
    • Fast Asymmetric Learning for Cascade Face Detection 

      Wu, Jianxin; Brubaker, S. Charles; Mullin, Matthew D.; Rehg, James M. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2005)
      A cascade face detector uses a sequence of node classifiers to distinguish faces from non-faces. This paper presents a new approach to design node classifiers in the cascade detector. Previous methods used machine learning ...
    • Feature-Based Surface Parameterization and Texture Mapping 

      Zhang, Eugene; Mischaikow, Konstantin Michael; Turk, Greg (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2003)
      Surface parameterization is necessary for many graphics tasks: texture-preserving simplification, remeshing, surface painting, and pre-computation of solid textures. The stretch caused by a given parameterization determines ...
    • Federal Trade Commission Public Workshop on Consumer Information Privacy : Supplemental Comments for Project Number: P954807 Document Number: 18 

      Pitkow, James Edward; Kehoe, Colleen Mary (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1997)
      The following document contains supplemental comments made to the Federal Trade Commision Workshop on Consumer Information Privacy held June 10 - June 13, 1997. The supplemental filing contains results from GVU's Seventh ...
    • Federal Trade Commission Workshop on Consumer Information Privacy: Consumer Privacy 1997 - request to participate, P954807 

      Pitkow, James Edward; Kehoe, Colleen Mary (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1997)
      The following document contains the initial comments made to the Federal Trade Commision Workshop on Consumer Information Privacy held June 10 - June 13, 1997. The initial filing contains results from GVU's Sixth WWW User Survey.
    • Finding Lost Objects: Informing the Design of Ubiquitous Computing Services for the Home 

      Peters, Rodney E.; Pak, Richard; Abowd, Gregory D.; Fisk, Arthur D.; Rogers, Wendy A. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2004)
      Factors that influence the finding of objects can be numerous and complex. Ubiquitous computing solutions for this problem begin with underlying technologies (location-sensing and capture) as building blocks for real ...
    • Finger Sculpting with Digital Clay 

      Gargus, Joshua; Kim, Byungmoon; Rossignac, Jaroslaw R.; Shaw, Christopher D. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2002)
      "Digital Clay" is a term that signifies a computer-controlled physical surface, capable of taking any of a wide variety of possible shapes in response to changes in a digital 3D model or changes in the pressure exerted ...
    • Finger Sculpting with Digital Clay: 3D Shape Input and Output through a Computer-Controlled Real Surface 

      Rossignac, Jaroslaw R.; Allen, Mark G.; Book, Wayne John; Glezer, Ari; Ebert-Uphoff, Imme; Shaw, Christopher D.; Rosen, David W.; Askins, Stephen Alexander; Bai, Jing; Bosscher, Paul Michael; Gargus, Joshua; Kim, Byungmoon; Llamas, Ignacio; Nguyen, Austina Nga; Yuan, Guang; Zhu, Haihong (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2003)
      The NSF Digital Clay project is focused on the design, prototyping, integration, and validation of a computer-controlled physical device capable of taking any of a wide range of possible shapes in response to changes in a ...
    • A First Experience with Spatial Audio in a Virtual Environment 

      Burgess, David A.; Verlinden, Jouke C. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1993)
      This report describes a first attempt to use a 3D audio in a virtual environment and the lessons learned from the experience.
    • FlowFixer: Using BFECC for Fluid Simulation 

      Kim, Byungmoon; Liu, Yingjie; Llamas, Ignacio; Rossignac, Jaroslaw R. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2005)
      Back and Forth Error Compensation and Correction (BFECC) was recently developed for interface computation by using the level set method. We show that it can be applied to reduce dissipation and diffusion encountered in ...
    • Focus+Context Display and Navigation Techniques for Enhancing Radial, Space-Filling Hierarchy Visualizations 

      Stasko, John T.; Zhang, Eugene (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2000)
      Radial, space-filling visualizations can be useful for depicting information hierarchies, but they suffer from one major problem. As the hierarchy grows in size, many items become small, peripheral slices that are difficult ...
    • Forgetting Bad Behavior: Memory Management for Case-Based Navigation 

      Kira, Zsolt; Arkin, Ronald C. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2004)
      In this paper, we present successful strategies for forgetting cases in a Case-Based Reasoning (CBR) system applied to autonomous robot navigation. This extends previous work that involved a CBR architecture which indexes ...
    • Framework for Comparative Research on Relational Information Displays 

      Park, Sung Jun; Catrambone, Richard (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2006)
      We identify critical issues in comparative research on relational information displays (RIDs). The key argument is that when conducting an analysis of the cognitive process of people viewing different displays, their ...
    • A Framework for Learning from Media: The Effects of Materials, Tasks, and Tests on Performance 

      Najjar, Lawrence Joseph (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1997)
      Existing theories (e.g., Baggett, 1984, 1989; Baggett & Ehrenfeucht, 1982, 1983; Clark & Paivio, 1991; Mayer, 1993; Paivio, 1971, 1991; Clark & Paivio, 1991) do not adequately predict the effects of multimedia on learning. ...
    • A Framework for Low Level Analysis and Synthesis to Support High Level Authoring of Multimedia Documents 

      Hudson, Scott E.; Hsi, Chen-Ning (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1993)
      This paper describes a low level hierarchical framework for composition of multimedia documents that is designed to support the types of analysis, error checking, and synthesis techniques needed for rich user support in a ...
    • A Framework for the Development of Wide Area Distributed Applications 

      Topol, Brad Byer (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1998)
      The growth in popularity of the World Wide Web has resulted in the development of a new generation of tools tailored to Internet computing activities. Prominent examples include the Java programming language and Java capable ...
    • Frequency Characteristics of Moving Images 

      Geunter, Brian (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1992)
      The class of multidimensional signals we will be dealing with is three dimensional: x, y, and time. We want to compute the Fourier transform of a moving image and the easiest way to approach the problem is to begin by ...
    • From Urban Terrain Models to Visible Cities 

      Ribarsky, William; Wasilewski, Anthony A.; Faust, Nick L. (Nickolas Lea) (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2002)
      We are now faced with the possibility and in some cases the results of acquiring accurate digital representations of our cities. But these cities will not be capable of interactive visualization unless we meet some fundamental ...