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Continuous, real-time tracking of eye gaze is valuable in a variety of scenarios including hands-free interaction with the physical world, detection of unsafe behaviors, leveraging visual context for advertising, life logging, and others. While eye tracking is commonly used in clinical trials and user studies, it has not bridged the gap to everyday consumer(More)
Although intraperitoneal administration of sodium carboxymethylcellulose (SCMC) prevents the formation of adhesions following laparotomy in rats, it remains unknown whether SCMC treatment prevents the recurrence of preformed peritoneal adhesions following surgical lysis. Additionally, the optimal amount of SCMC required for adhesion prevention, as well as(More)
The trauma and sepsis that follow open fractures and wounds may lead to the production of various cytokines. Understanding wound healing requires a direct knowledge of the specific cytokines and the respective wound fluid levels that are present at the wound site. An animal model was designed that mimics the open fracture and the clinical repair of the(More)
Although clinical studies suggest enteral, as opposed to parenteral, feeding lowers morbidity and mortality rates following severe trauma and after sepsis, it is unknown whether gut absorptive capacity (GAC) is indeed maintained under such conditions. To study this, GAC was determined in patients with blunt trauma (n = 8) and with sepsis (n = 11) by the(More)
The human eye offers a fascinating window into an individual's health, cognitive attention, and decision making, but we lack the ability to continually measure these parameters in the natural environment. The challenges lie in: a) handling the complexity of continuous high-rate sensing from a camera and processing the image stream to estimate eye(More)
Excerpted from "CIDER: Enabling Robustness-Power Tradeoffs on a Computational Eyeglass," from Proceedings of the 21st Annual ACM International Conference on Mobile Computing and Networking with permission. http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=2790096 © ACM 2015. The eye is a truly unique and fascinating piece of physiology. Through it, organisms take in(More)
We measure the collateral effect on microarchitectural state of system calls using a validated, cycle-accurate simulator. Our results demonstrate that, in some cases, the disruption on user-mode performance is significant. This disruption varies by the operating system and even the kernel version in use.
Continuous, real-time tracking of eye gaze is valuable in a variety of scenarios including hands-free interaction with the physical world, detection of unsafe behaviors, leveraging visual context for advertising, life logging, and others. While eye tracking is commonly used in clinical trials and user studies, it has not bridged the gap to everyday consumer(More)