Brett Wilson

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Intrusion detection in MANETs is challenging because these networks change their topologies dynamically; lack concentration points where aggregated traffic can be analyzed; utilize infrastructure protocols that are susceptible to manipulation; and rely on noisy, intermittent wireless communications. We present a cooperative, distributed intrusion detection(More)
Pre-integrated volume rendering is an effective technique for generating high-quality visualizations. The precomputed lookup tables used by this method are slow to compute and can not include truly pre-integrated lighting due to space constraints. The lighting for pre-integrated rendering is therefore subject to the same sampling artifacts as in standard(More)
Configuring a security experiment can be tedious, involving many low level and repetitive configuration tasks. In order to make DETER's capabilites accessible to users at all skill levels, we have designed and implemented a Security Experimentation EnviRonment (SEER) that provides security researchers the ability to create, plan, and iterate through a large(More)
This paper is concerned with simultaneous visualization of two or more volumes, which may be from different imaging modalities or numerical simulations for the same subject of study. The main visualization challenge is to establish visual correspondences while maintaining distinctions among multiple volumes. One solution is to use different rendering styles(More)
This paper presents two new hardware-assisted rendering techniques developed for interactive visualization of the terascale data generated from numerical modeling of next-generation accelerator designs. The first technique, based on a hybrid rendering approach, makes possible interactive exploration of large-scale particle data from particle beam dynamics(More)
Infant rats treated with basic fibroblast growth factor-2 (FGF-2) after postnatal day (P)10 motor cortical injury, show functional improvement in adulthood relative to those that do not receive FGF-2. In this study we used a combination of behavioural, immunohistochemical, electrophysiological, electron microscopic and teratological approaches to(More)
Sex differences in language performance have long been noted, with females more verbal and males superior in visual-spatial tasks. Two theories seek to explain the differences in language function. Waber (1976, Science, 193, 572-574) suggests that these sex differences are secondary to differences in bilateral language function related to the faster(More)
We present a method to aid in the generation of pen-and-ink style renderings of complex geometry. Most illustration algorithms focus on rendering a small number of surfaces with as much detail and expression as possible. These methods break down when the scene is composed of many small, overlapping details that are not individually resolvable. We propose a(More)