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    • Using Graphical Context to Reduce the Effects of Registration Error in Augmented Reality 

      Robertson, Cindy Marie (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-11-09)
      An ongoing research focus in Augmented Reality (AR) is to improve tracking and display technology in order to minimize registration errors between the graphical display and the physical world. However, registration is not ...
    • Using Intel® SGX technologies to secure large scale systems in public cloud environments 

      Forster, Jeffrey Edward (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2018-01-09)
      Intel SGX enables securing applications at the hardware level, which makes it a very useful tool for running applications on untrusted hosts. Security based on hardware mechanisms is a rapidly evolving research area. SGX ...
    • Using observations to recognize the behavior of interacting multi-agent systems 

      Feldman, Adam Michael (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008-05-19)
      Behavioral research involves the study of the behaviors of one or more agents (often animals) in order to better understand the agents' thoughts and actions. Identifying subject movements and behaviors based upon those ...
    • Using Student-Generated Notes as an Interface to a Digital Repository 

      Harvel, Lonnie David (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2005-11-28)
      A recent survey of studies related to digital libraries concluded that students use and like electronic resources. However, the results of access studies show that actual use of online content is relatively low, with only ...
    • Using ubiquitous communication technology to improve pediatric asthma management 

      Yun, Tae-Jung (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-06-20)
      Information and communication technologies (ICTs) for chronic care are increasingly being researched in Human-Computer Interaction. One of the current health management areas where ICTs have been employed is in supporting ...
    • Utilizing negative policy information to accelerate reinforcement learning 

      Irani, Arya John (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2015-04-08)
      A pilot study by Subramanian et al. on Markov decision problem task decomposition by humans revealed that participants break down tasks into both short-term subgoals with a defined end-condition (such as "go to food") and ...
    • Value methods for efficiently solving stochastic games of complete and incomplete information 

      Mac Dermed, Liam Charles (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2013-08-23)
      Multi-agent reinforcement learning (MARL) poses the same planning problem as traditional reinforcement learning (RL): What actions over time should an agent take in order to maximize its rewards? MARL tackles a challenging ...
    • Vamos a resolver: Collaboratively configuring the internet in Havana 

      Dye, Michaelanne (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2019-07-08)
      Globally, nearly four billion people do not have access to the world wide web (WWW), and efforts to expand WWW access are growing rapidly. Despite these initiatives, local and international barriers along political, economic, ...
    • Virtual platforms: achieving performance and isolation properties on shared multicore servers 

      Tembey, Priyanka (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2013-11-19)
      Multicore servers in datacenter systems are routinely used to run multiple disparate application workload mixes. Analysis performed in Google's datacenters show, for instance, components (i.e., processes) of up to 19 ...
    • Virtual platforms: System support to enrich the functionality of end client devices 

      Jang, Minsung (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2015-06-24)
      Client devices operating at the edges on the Internet, in homes, cars, offices, and elsewhere, are highly heterogeneous in terms of their hardware configurations, form factors, and capabilities, ranging from small sensors ...
    • Virtual Rear Projection: Improving the User Experience with Multiple Redundant Projectors 

      Summet, Jay W. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-08-22)
      Front projection is an economical method to produce large displays. However, the twin problems of occlusions, which create shadows on the screen, and light projected onto users near the screen, potentially blinding them, ...
    • Virtual time-aware virtual machine systems 

      Yoginath, Srikanth B. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2014-07-01)
      Discrete dynamic system models that track, maintain, utilize, and evolve virtual time are referred to as virtual time systems (VTS). The realization of VTS using virtual machine (VM) technology offers several benefits ...
    • Virtualization services: scalable methods for virtualizing multicore systems 

      Raj, Himanshu (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008-01-10)
      Multi-core technology is bringing parallel processing capabilities from servers to laptops and even handheld devices. At the same time, platform support for system virtualization is making it easier to consolidate server ...
    • Virtualized resource management in high performance fabric clusters 

      Ranadive, Adit Uday (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2015-11-16)
      Providing performance and isolation guarantees for applications running in virtualized datacenter environments requires continuous management of the underlying physical resources. For communication- and I/O-intensive ...
    • Vision-based place categorization 

      Bormann, Richard Klaus Eduard (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2010-11-18)
      In this thesis we investigate visual place categorization by combining successful global image descriptors with a method of visual attention in order to automatically detect meaningful objects for places. The idea behind ...
    • Visual attribute labeling of images 

      Agrawal, Varun (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2019-08-12)
      In this work, we analyze and apply various recent techniques in visual attribute recognition and labeling on a common benchmark dataset in order to motivate the design of a novel framework for this task. Using the large ...
    • VISUAL DENSE THREE-DIMENSIONAL MOTION ESTIMATION IN THE WILD 

      Lv, Zhaoyang (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2019-08-19)
      One of the most fundamental abilities of the human perception system is to seamlessly sense the changing 3D worlds from our ego-centric visual observations. Driven by the modern applications of robotics, autonomous driving, ...
    • Visual interaction : a link between perception and problem-solving 

      Rogers, Erika (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1992-12)
    • Visual object perception in unstructured environments 

      Choi, Changhyun (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2014-08-25)
      As robotic systems move from well-controlled settings to increasingly unstructured environments, they are required to operate in highly dynamic and cluttered scenarios. Finding an object, estimating its pose, and tracking ...
    • Visual place categorization 

      Wu, Jianxin (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-07-06)
      Knowing the semantic category of a robot's current position not only facilitates the robot's navigation, but also greatly improves its ability to serve human needs and to interpret the scene. Visual Place Categorization ...