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    • Probabilistic Topological Mapping for Mobile Robots using Urn Models 

      Ranganathan, Ananth; Dellaert, Frank (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007)
      We present an application of Bayesian modeling and inference to topological mapping in robotics. This is a potentially difficult problem due to (a) the combinatorial nature of the state space, and (b) perceptual aliasing ...
    • Probabilistic topological maps 

      Ranganathan, Ananth (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008-03-04)
      Topological maps are light-weight, graphical representations of environments that are scalable and amenable to symbolic manipulation. Thus, they are well- suited for basic robot navigation applications, and also provide ...
    • A Probabilistic-Based Framework for INFOSEC Alert Correlation 

      Qin, Xinzhou (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2005-07-15)
      Deploying a large number of information security (INFOSEC) systems can provide in-depth protection for systems and networks. However, the sheer number of security alerts output by security sensors can overwhelm security ...
    • Problem solving in open worlds: a case study in design 

      Hinrichs, Thomas Ryland (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1991)
    • Problems in case-based reasoning 

      Miller, Raymond Edward (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1986)
    • Procedural Reduction Maps 

      Van Horn, R. Brooks, III (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-01-16)
      Procedural textures and image textures are commonplace in graphics today, finding uses in such places as animated movies and video games. Unlike image texture maps, procedural textures typically suffer from minification ...
    • Process Mining, Discovery, and Integration Using Distance Measures 

      Bae, Joonsoo; Caverlee, James; Liu, Ling; Rouse, William B. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2006)
      Business processes continue to play an important role in today's service-oriented enterprise computing systems. Mining, discovering, and integrating process-oriented services has attracted growing attention in the recent ...
    • Program analysis to support quality assurance techniques for web applications 

      Halfond, William G. J. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2010-01-20)
      As web applications occupy an increasingly important role in the day-to-day lives of millions of people, testing and analysis techniques that ensure that these applications function with a high level of quality are becoming ...
    • A programmatic interpretation of combinatory logics 

      Baralt-Torrijos, Jorge (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1973-08)
    • Programming frameworks for performance driven speculative parallelization 

      Ravichandran, Kaushik (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2014-07-18)
      Effectively utilizing available parallelism is becoming harder and harder as systems evolve to many-core processors with many tens of cores per chip. Automatically extracting parallelism has limitations whereas completely ...
    • Programming Idioms and Runtime Mechanisms for Distributed Pervasive Computing 

      Adhikari, Sameer (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2004-10-13)
      The emergence of pervasive computing power and networking infrastructure is enabling new applications. Still, many milestones need to be reached before pervasive computing becomes an integral part of our lives. An important ...
    • Programming methodologies for resilience and availability 

      Wilkes, Charles Thomas (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1987)
    • Programming models for speculative and optimistic parallelism based on algorithmic properties 

      Cledat, Romain (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2011-08-24)
      Today's hardware is becoming more and more parallel. While embarrassingly parallel codes, such as high-performance computing ones, can readily take advantage of this increased number of cores, most other types of code ...
    • Progress: a Toolkit for Interactive Program Steering 

      Vetter, Jeffrey Scott; Schwan, Karsten (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1995)
      Interactive program steering permits researchers to monitor and guide their applications during runtime. Interactive steering can help make end users more effective in addressing the scientific or engineering questions ...
    • A Proof of Quasi-Independence Of Sliding Window Flow Control and Go-Back-N Error Recovery Under Independent Packet Errors 

      Mukherjee, Amarnath (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1994)
      A quasi-independence result holds for the go-back-n automatic re- peat request (ARQ) protocol and the sliding window flow control protocol if packet errors are independent. The result is independent of the magnitude ...
    • Proprioceptive Control for a Robotic Vehicle Over Geometric Obstacles 

      Abdallah, Muhammad; Arkin, Ronald C.; Bakkum, Douglas James; Merrill, Ernest; Waldron, Kenneth J. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2003)
      In this paper we describe a software system built to coordinate an autonomous vehicle with variable configuration ability operating in rough terrain conditions. The paper describes the system architecture, with an emphasis ...
    • Protocol Discovery in Multiprotocol Networks 

      Clark, R. J. (Russell J.); Ammar, Mostafa H. (Mostafa Hamed); Calvert, Kenneth L. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1994)
      Multiprotocol systems can be an important tool for achieving interoperability. As the number of protocols available on such systems grows, there is an increasing need for support mechanisms that enable users to effectively ...
    • A Protocol For Efficient Transfer Of Data Over Fiber/Cable Systems 

      Sala, Dolors; Mukherjee, Amarnath; Limb, J. O. (John O.) (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1995)
      A revolution is occurring in the scope and range of information, communication and education services that will be made available to schools, libraries, town-halls, clinics and, most importantly, residences. These services ...
    • Protocol Portability through Module Encapsulation 

      Krupczak, Bobby; Calvert, Kenneth L.; Ammar, Mostafa H. (Mostafa Hamed) (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1996)
      Because protocol software is difficult and expensive to implement and test, it is often ported between systems, instead of being rewritten from scratch. Unfortunately, porting protocol software can be nearly as difficult ...
    • Protocol subsystem support for efficient and flexible communication services 

      Krupczak, Bobby (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1997)