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Focus and vision have brought Applied Science Laboratories of Bedford, Massachusetts, to the forefront of the eye tracking industry. ASL makes eye tracking devices. Its vision is to pursue applications across a broad range of human needs. ASL systems are used worldwide in eye tracking applications for fields such as human factors and ergonomics, marketing(More)
The recent increase in the number of wetland construction projects has led to numerous studies investigating the response of the macroinvertebrate community in wetlands. Little is known, however, about the factors structuring these communities and how predation may shape community development. Here, I analyze two years of macroinvertebrate community data(More)
Evolutionary approaches to judgment under uncertainty have led to new data showing that untutored subject reliably produce judgments that conform to may principles of probability theory when (a) they are asked to compute a frequency instead of the probability of a single event, and (b) the relevant information is expressed as frequencies. But are the(More)
Electrical fuse (eFUSE) has become a popular choice to enable memory redundancy, chip identification and authentication, analog device trimming, and other applications. We will review the evolution and applications of electrical fuse solutions for 180 nm to 45 nm technologies at IBM, and provide some insight into future uses in 32 nm technology and beyond(More)
Agricultural drainage ditches are artiÞcial structures used to optimize soil hydrology for crop production and secondarily have been co-opted as a tool to manage the quality of water draining from agricultural lands. We investigated the relationship between the aquatic macroinvertebrate community and environmental variables associated with physical and(More)
Natural Resources programs are open to all and will not discriminate against anyone because of race The kudzu bug (Megacopta cribraria) is a soybean pest that was introduced to the U.S. from Asia in 2009, and has rapidly spread across southeastern states. The bug was first found in Maryland in 2013. The harsh winter in 2014 largely stopped the spread of the(More)
Residents of southern Washington County, Maryland, report black fly (Diptera: Simuliidae) swarms as a recurring summer nuisance. To determine the source of the flies, we collected and identified specimens of larvae and adults throughout the area of complaint during the spring and summer of 2013. A survey was provided to residents to gauge the extent of the(More)