Daniel Glaser

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We describe Livenotes, a shared whiteboard system and educational practice that uses wireless communication and tablet computing to support real-time conversations within small groups of students during lectures, independent of class size. We present an interface design that enables group members to interact with one another by taking lecture notes(More)
This paper introduces a new learning technology for classroom learning. The system and practice is called “Livenotes” and is motivated by the empirical success of peer learning methods, and by theoretical considerations of distributed dialogue among student peers as a facilitator of learning. The technical part of Livenotes is a shared whiteboard running on(More)
In this paper, we present an open architecture Virtual Test Environment (VTE) which can be easily integrated into various modularized Automatic Test Systems (ATS) compliant to Open Standard Architecture (OSA). The focus of this paper is to analyze and address the major issues that still prevent the application of Virtual Test (VT) from day-to-day's(More)
Usability in real-time collaborative applications can be improved with better workspace awareness. In particular, the radar view is the most intuitive user-interface widget for workspace awareness. We extend previous work by developing a radar-like widget to explore how workspace awareness can be supported in wider and non-laboratory settings that scale to(More)
A novel virtual platform is presented, providing CAD/CAT support for efficient test development and attempting to bridge the gap between design and test. The platform, which models and simulates the entire test environment, provides methodologies, model libraries and tool sets to enable design, debug and verification of all test relevant processes including(More)
BACKGROUND Providing patient information to physicians in usable form is of high importance. Electronic presentation of patient data may have benefits in efficiency and error rate reduction for these physician facing interfaces. Using a cancer symptom measurement tool (the MD Anderson Symptom Inventory (MDASI)) we assessed the usability of patient data in(More)
To determine if receptor localization into lipid rafts, or the lipid rafts themselves, are important for FcγRIIa effector functions. Wild-type FcγRIIa or mutant FcγRIIa(C208A) that does not translocate to lipid rafts were transfected into Chinese hamster ovary (CHO) cells which have been shown to be reliable cells for studying FcγR function. Cells were(More)
We propose an approach to simultaneously identify the speed of sound (SOS) in a flat homogeneous material specimen and its thickness by means of ultrasound. Basically, the setup operating in transmission mode consists of an ultrasound transducer and an opposed hydrophone. In contrast to common approaches, where short broadband pulses are utilized, the(More)