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A new method is introduced for stereo matching that operates on minimum spanning trees (MSTs) generated from the images. Disparity maps are represented as a collection of hidden states on MSTs, and each MST is modeled as a hidden Markov tree. An efficient recursive message-passing scheme designed to operate on hidden Markov trees, known as the(More)
Most Wireless Sensor Network platforms – such as the Mica, Iris, and Telos B families of motes – use lowpower 8-bit microprocessors which have limited memory and processing capabilities, thus requiring researchers to implement communication protocols and data processing routines using lowlevel programming practices that are tedious and cumbersome. Rich(More)
Many wireless sensor network applications require a gateway device to interface with services running on the Internet. Because of the software complexity involved in this device, it is often realized using a real-time operating system running on an application processor. Most systems burden the user with developing the protocol handling and device(More)
Fragile X syndrome (FXS) is a common inherited disorder that significantly impacts family and patient day-to-day living across the entire life span. The childhood and adolescent behavioral consequences of FXS are well appreciated. However, there are significantly fewer studies (except those examining psychiatric comorbidities) assessing behavioral(More)
As a first step toward building a smart home behavioral monitoring system capable of classifying a wide variety of human behavior, a wireless sensor network (WSN) system is presented for RSSI localization. The low-cost, non-intrusive system uses a smart watch worn by the user to broadcast data to the WSN, where the strength of the radio signal is evaluated(More)
Shifting demographics in the U.S. has created an urgent need to reform the policies, practices, and technology associated with delivering healthcare to geriatric populations. Automated monitoring systems can improve the quality of life while reducing healthcare costs for individuals aging in place. For these systems to be successful, both activity detection(More)
PURPOSE: Despite suggestions that low-intensity (LI) blood flow restricted exercise (BFRE) may be as effective as high intensity (HI) resistance exercise for the purpose of enhancing the recruitment of type II motor units (MU); individual MU acute response to LI BFRE has never been observed and/or reported. Recently, the decomposition of the surface(More)
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