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  • A portable audio/video recorder for longitudinal study of child development

    Vosoughi, Soroush; Roy, Deb K.; Goodwin, Matthew; Washabaugh, Bill (2012)
    Collection and analysis of ultra-dense, longitudinal observational data of child behavior in natural, ecologically valid, non-laboratory settings holds significant promise for advancing the understanding of child development and developmental disorders such as autism. To this end, we created the Speechome Recorder - a portable version of the embedded audio/video recording technology originally developed for the Human Speechome Project - to facilitate swift, cost-effective deployment in home e...

    Enhancing network robustness via shielding

    Hay, David; Zhang, Jianan; Modiano, Eytan H (2015)
    We consider shielding critical links to enhance the robustness of a network, in which shielded links are resilient to failures. We first study the problem of increasing network connectivity by shielding links that belong to small cuts of a network, which improves the network reliability under random link failures. We then focus on the problem of shielding links to guarantee network connectivity under geographical and general failure models. We develop a mixed integer linear program (MILP) to ...

    Energy management in mobile devices with the cinder operating system

    Roy, Arjun; Rumble, Stephen M.; Stutsman, Ryan; Levis, Philip; Mazieres, David; Zeldovich, Nickolai (2011)
    We argue that controlling energy allocation is an increasingly useful and important feature for operating systems, especially on mobile devices. We present two new low-level abstractions in the Cinder operating system, reserves and taps, which store and distribute energy for application use. We identify three key properties of control -- isolation, delegation, and subdivision -- and show how using these abstractions can achieve them. We also show how the architecture of the HiStar information...

    Characterization of density fluctuations during the search for an I-mode regime on the DIII-D tokamak

    Rhodes, T.L.; Burrell, K.H.; Marinoni, Alessandro; Porkolab, Miklos; Hubbard, Amanda E; Osborne, Thomas; White, Anne E.; Whyte, Dennis G; Davis, Emily; Ernst, Darin R; Rost, Jon C (2015)
    The I-mode regime, routinely observed on the Alcator C-Mod tokamak, is characterized by an edge energy transport barrier without an accompanying particle barrier and with broadband instabilities, known as weakly coherent modes (WCM), believed to regulate particle transport at the edge. Recent experiments on the DIII-D tokamak exhibit I-mode characteristics in various physical quantities. These DIII-D plasmas evolve over long periods, lasting several energy confinement times, during which the ...

    CROSSROADS--Identifying Viable “Need-Solution Pairs”: Problem Solving Without Problem Formulation

    von Krogh, Georg; von Hippel, Eric A. (2015)
    Problem-solving research and formal problem-solving practice begin with the assumption that a problem has been identified or formulated for solving. The problem-solving process then involves a search for a satisfactory or optimal solution to that problem. In contrast, we propose that, in informal problem solving, a need and a solution are often discovered together and tested for viability as a “need–solution pair.” For example, one may serendipitously discover a new solution and assess it to ...
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