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- Robert Geist, Jacob Hicks, Mark Smotherman, James Westall
- Proceedings of the Winter Simulation Conference…
- 2005

A comparatively simple approach to highly parallel simulation of Petri nets on commodity, desktop PC hardware is suggested. A mapping, described in the programming language <i>Cg</i>, of Petri net semantics to the SIMD architecture of NVidia 5-series and 6-series GPUs is provided, and a prototype simulator is tested on both conflict-intensive and… (More)

- Jennifer M. Pappas, Stephanie R. Fishel, Jason D. Moss, Jacob M. Hicks, Teri D. Leech
- 2005

Inattentional blindness, the act of failing to notice clearly visible, salient objects in one's environment when engaged in a task, is of great interest due to both its commonality and its overall applications. This study attempted to objectively support previous claims made about the inattentional blindness phenomenon using eye tracking data. It was found… (More)

We continue our study of quadratic forms using Geometry of Numbers methods by considering universal quaternary positive definite integral forms of square discriminant. We give a small multiple theorem for such forms and use it to prove universality for all nine universal diagonal forms. The most interesting case is x 2 +2y 2 +5z 2 +10w 2 , which required… (More)

This is the third paper in a series involving Geometry of Numbers (GoN) methods to provide proofs of representation by positive definite integral quadratic forms. Specifically, we provide here elementary GoN proofs of universality of 105 of the 112 quaternary positive definite integral quadratic forms of square discriminant.

- Stephanie Fishel, Jennifer Pappas, Jason Moss, Jacob Hicks, Teri Leech
- 2004

Inattentional blindness, the act of failing to notice clearly visible, salient objects in one's environment when engaged in a task is of great interest due to both its commonality and its overall applications. This study attempted to objectively support previous claims made about the inattentional blindness phenomenon using eye tracking data. Using a video… (More)

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