Brandon Shrewsbury

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The RESPOND-R framework is a modular, distributed data logging framework built for the purpose of studying Emergency Informatics as it relates to human-robot performance during disaster responses. Currently deployed systems have limited data logging capabilities, with few incorporating heterogeneous robotic systems. Current systems focus on human(More)
This paper reports on lessons learned in sensor placement and search strategies for nuclear forensics from a 2013 field exercise. Nuclear forensics, where a radiological source is located, has been the subject of theoretical research but only one reported instance with an actual robot (Fukushima). The field exercise specifically focused on source(More)
Introducing real-world representations of fundamental concepts in computer science can drastically increase interest levels of students over standard lecture-based teaching. Therefore, the primary focus of the project was to develop an interactive educational platform centered on physical depictions of abstract concepts. A custom application was built to(More)
A program is presented to simulate the blood concentrations which result from multiple, consecutive, constant rate intravenous infusions of drugs displaying two compartment kinetics. The program utilizes the principle of superposition and was developed for a Hewlett-Packard model 97 programmable calculator. The program can handle form 1-8 consecutive(More)
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