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Experimental Fluid Mechanics [chapter]

Jonas M. K. Dake
1983 Essentials of Engineering Hydraulics  
between researchers at Allegheny General Hospital, Carnegie Mellon, Duquesne University, the University of Pittsburgh and the UPMC Health System, among others.  ...  Finol's goal for the new lab is to provide a setting where its users can integrate computational modeling, rapid prototyping and experimental testing for the simulation of the multi-physics of blood flow  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-349-17005-0_5 fatcat:lg6bzh66wbbjtd3n3lmjjxcdue

Experimental Fluid Mechanics 2012

Petra Dančová, Petr Novontý, Petra Dančová, Petr Novontý
2013 EPJ Web of Conferences  
between researchers at Allegheny General Hospital, Carnegie Mellon, Duquesne University, the University of Pittsburgh and the UPMC Health System, among others.  ...  Finol's goal for the new lab is to provide a setting where its users can integrate computational modeling, rapid prototyping and experimental testing for the simulation of the multi-physics of blood flow  ... 
doi:10.1051/epjconf/20134500001 fatcat:ycosdhklzjbippbrhkxxaomss4

Editorial for CollaborateCom 2011 Special Issue

James Caverlee, Calton Pu, Dimitrios Georgakopoulos, James Joshi
2013 Journal on spesial topics in mobile networks and applications  
Following the completion of the conference, the Program Committee selected three of the best papers from the conference that best exemplify the themes of CollaborateCom and mobile computing for special  ...  Through implementation and evaluation of two prototypes, they derive new insights into the practical application of XMPP and potential enhancements in hybrid (ad hoc and infrastructure) network scenarios  ...  James Joshi is an associate professor in the School of Information Sciences at the University of Pittsburgh.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11036-013-0436-0 fatcat:pv74p2e7mne6jpntwbd22qxq2y

Grid-based interactive virtual scientific experiments for distributed virtual communities

Ioannis T. Christou, Thanassis Tiropanis, Sofia Tsekeridou, Konstantinos Roussos
2010 International Journal of Continuing Engineering Education and Life-Long Learning  
Shared virtual laboratories offer the possibility of forming such virtual communities as students form lab teams to run the same interactive simulation and in the course of such experiments learn to interact  ...  For the first concrete instantiation of this architecture, we ported a stand-alone Wireless Sensor Network simulator written in Java in our Grid-based architecture and extended it to allow for initial  ...  Japan site of the Information Networking Institute of Carnegie Mellon University in Kobe, Japan, during the first prototype evaluation, and to a single group of students located at AIT during the second  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijceell.2010.037786 fatcat:gkbyumlabvd3phuvd6zb4pxpk4

Toward context-aware computing: experiences and lessons

J. Anhalt, A. Smailagic, D.P. Siewiorek, F. Gemperle, D. Salber, S. Weber, J. Beck, J. Jennings
2001 IEEE Intelligent Systems  
Applications We equipped the campus with 400 wireless-networking access points, enabling wireless coverage for the entire campus.  ...  With an interdisciplinary class of Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) students, we developed and implemented a context-aware, pervasive-computing environment that minimizes distraction and facilitates collaborative  ...  We also acknowledge the students from the Rapid Prototyping of Computer Systems and Mobile Computing courses (Spring and Fall semesters) for their contributions to the project.  ... 
doi:10.1109/5254.940025 fatcat:ss3cv4vkdfefzhl6uvnsk5kzci

Grid-Based Virtual Laboratory Experiments for a Graduate Course on Sensor Networks

Ioannis T. Christou, Sofoklis Efremidis, Thanassis Tiropanis, Antonis Kalis
2007 IEEE Transactions on Education  
A distributed shared virtual laboratory is needed for many of the more empirical courses. This paper describes the challenges and issues the authors faced in developing such a lab.  ...  , for a course on sensor networks that is part of the Master's in Information Networking (MSIN) program jointly offered by Carnegie Mellon University (CMU), USA and Athens Information Technology (AIT),  ...  (limited number of) lab computers.  ... 
doi:10.1109/te.2006.886447 fatcat:4mujlavghzbenohoazmyuh5lem

Perci: Pervasive Service Interaction with the Internet of Things

G. Broll, E. Rukzio, M. Paolucci, M. Wagner, A. Schmidt, H. Hussmann
2009 IEEE Internet Computing  
Acknowledgments Perci (www.hcilab.org/projects/perci) is a bilateral project between the University of Munich and DOCOMO Euro-Labs and was funded by the latter.  ...  Paolucci has an MSc in computational linguistics from Carnegie Mellon University, an MSc in intelligent systems from the University of Pittsburgh, and a Laurea from Universita' di Milano.  ...  Albrecht Schmidt is a professor of pervasive computing and user interface engineering at the University of Duisburg-Essen in Germany.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mic.2009.120 fatcat:lgx7fd56sfavzlrt3dv5gxcjwq

Building a wireless network infrastructure under budget constraints

Richard A. McMahon, Peter D. DeVries, P. Pete Chong
2005 International Journal of Mobile Communications  
This paper examines wireless networking and provides a case study of a wireless network infrastructure's development at an urban university of 11,000 students.  ...  The University of Houston -Downtown (UHD) incorporated wireless technology to help users stay connected to the school's network for access to curricula-related products at any time and from any location  ...  By November 2001, 75-80% of the library, 90-100% of the Technology Teaching and Learning Center (TTLC), and 100% of the Academic Computing Lab (ACL) had become wireless.  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijmc.2005.007026 fatcat:zomxgfhpmfbwtjeyo2fcun56wu

The UltraLight Project: The Network as an Integrated and Managed Resource for Data-Intensive Science

H. Newman, R. Cavanaugh, J.J. Bunn, I. Legrand, S.H. Low, D. Nae, S. Ravot, C.D. Steenberg, Xun Su, M. Thomas, F. van Lingen, Yang Xia (+1 others)
2005 Computing in science & engineering (Print)  
Richard Cavanaugh, UltraLight's project manager, is a research physicist at the University of Florida, where he is a member of the CMS collaboration and several grid computing projects.  ...  Low is an associate professor at Caltech, where he leads the FAST Project, and a senior fellow of the University of Melbourne.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mcse.2005.127 fatcat:girieopin5dkfdwxrsqmz4pww4

Guest Editorial Special Issue on Green Communications, Computing, and Systems

Jinsong Wu, Richard T. Watson, Raffaele Bolla, Athanassios Manikas, Mounir Hamdi, Jaafar Elmirghani
2017 IEEE Systems Journal  
He is also a frequent keynote speaker at international conferences and forums. He was the recipient of the Best Paper  ...  of the ComSoc Technical Activities Council.  ...  Mounir Hamdi (S'89-M'90-SM'06-F'11) received the M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in electrical engineering from the University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, USA, in 1987 and 1991, respectively.  ... 
doi:10.1109/jsyst.2017.2674538 fatcat:ha3d5at7xreongjighx5jl2re4

High Performance Computing and Communication Research at the National Science Foundation [chapter]

S. Kamal Abdali
1997 Lecture notes in control and information sciences  
This paper describes the High Performance Computation and Communications (HPCC) of the National Science Foundation (NSF).  ...  The rationale and organization of the US level HPCC program are outlined to present the context. Then NSF's HPCC-related activities are given in more detail.  ...  at the University of Utah; The Center for Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science (DIMACS) at Rutgers University; and The Center for Cognitive Science at the University of Pennsylvania.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3540761691_2 fatcat:ajcqkzif3fbjpangppnynzckdu

Participatory design in the development of the wheelchair convoy system

Vinod Sharma, Richard C Simpson, Edmund F LoPresti, Casimir Mostowy, Joseph Olson, Jeremy Puhlman, Steve Hayashi, Rory A Cooper, Ed Konarski, Barry Kerley
2008 Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation  
Results: An iterative cycle of development and evaluation was followed through five prototypes of the device. The third and fourth prototypes were evaluated in unmanned field trials at J.  ...  Conclusion: A Participatory Design approach to the project allowed the design of the WCS to quickly evolve towards a viable solution.  ...  The system was evaluated in unmanned tests in an office building on the University of Pittsburgh campus.  ... 
doi:10.1186/1743-0003-5-1 pmid:18171465 pmcid:PMC2235879 fatcat:ecdfhkwvvjgchibdvbuaauqqi4

Semi-Blind Maximum Likelihood Joint Channel Estimation / Data Detection for MIMO Fading Channels

Constantinos Rizogiannis, Eleftherios Kofidis, Constantinos B. Papadias, Sergios Theodoridis
2006 2006 IEEE 7th Workshop on Signal Processing Advances in Wireless Communications  
at Carnegie Mellon University, or at other universities elsewhere in the world.  ...  Following a presentation on AIT and its activities, the participating companies toured the complete facility and research labs: Autonomic and Grid Computing; High Speed Networks and Optical Communications  ...  This year's AIAI was co-organized by the University of Aegean, Department of Information and Communications Systems Engineering, and AIT's Autonomic & Grid Computing Group.  ... 
doi:10.1109/spawc.2006.346427 fatcat:wu7emakimffmvl7gg4oqzi5eqe

Robotic assistants for aircraft inspectors

Mel Siegel, Priyan Gunatilake, Gregg Podnar
1998 Industrial robot  
The resulting strain, exacerbated by corrosion, drives the growth of initially microscopic cracks. To avoid catastrophe, aircraft are inspected periodically for cracks and corrosion.  ...  Aircraft flight pressurization/depressurization cycling causes the skin to inflate and deflate, stressing it around the rivets that fasten it to the airframe.  ...  at the prototype workstation.  ... 
doi:10.1108/01439919810240234 fatcat:wp4zzx4ekjev5cen47tn2d6jzm

Robotic assistants for aircraft inspectors

M. Siegel, P. Gunatilake, G. Podnar
1998 IEEE Instrumentation & Measurement Magazine  
The resulting strain, exacerbated by corrosion, drives the growth of initially microscopic cracks. To avoid catastrophe, aircraft are inspected periodically for cracks and corrosion.  ...  Aircraft flight pressurization/depressurization cycling causes the skin to inflate and deflate, stressing it around the rivets that fasten it to the airframe.  ...  at the prototype workstation.  ... 
doi:10.1109/5289.658190 fatcat:3pmih2l2tfdqvbnygfjigegwu4
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