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    • Boundary Element Solution of Electromagnetic Fields for Non-Perfect Conductors at Low Frequencies and Thin Skin Depths 

      Gumerov, Nail A.; Adelman, Ross N.; Duraiswami, Ramani (2020-05-13)
      A novel boundary element formulation for solving problems involving eddy currents in the thin skin depth approximation is developed. It is assumed that the time-harmonic magnetic field outside the scatterers can be described ...
    • Cell Maps on the Human Genome 

      Cherniak, Christopher; Rodriguez-Esteban, Raul (2018-06-01)
      Sub-cellular organization is significantly mapped onto the human genome: Evidence is reported for a "cellunculus" -- on the model of a homunculus, on the H. sapiens genome. We have previously described a statistically ...
    • Digital Words: Moving Forward with Measuring the Readability of Online Texts 

      Redmiles, Elissa M.; Maszkiewicz, Lisa; Hwang, Emily; Kuchhal, Dhruv; Liu, Everest; Morales, Miraida; Peskov, Denis; Rao, Sudha; Stevens, Rock; Gligoric, Kristina; Kross, Sean; Mazurek, Michelle L.; Daumé, Hal III (2018-10-26)
      The readability of a digital text can influence people’s information acquisition (Wikipedia articles), online security (how-to articles), and even health (WebMD). Readability metrics can also alter search rankings and are ...
    • A Comparison of Header and Deep Packet Features when Detecting Network Intrusions 

      Watson, Gavin (2018-07-07)
      A classical multilayer perceptron algorithm and novel convolutional neural network payload classifying algorithm are presented for use on a realistic network intrusion detection dataset. The payload classifying algorithm ...
    • Ethics Emerging: The Story of Privacy and Security Perceptions in Virtual Reality 

      Adams, Devon; Bah, Alseny; Barwulor, Catherine; Musabay, Nureli; Pitkin, Kadeem; Redmiles, Elissa M. (2018-02-20)
      Virtual reality (VR) technology aims to transport the user to a virtual world, fully immersing them in an experience entirely separate from the real world. VR devices can use sensor data to draw deeply personal inferences ...