Matthew Seita

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This paper focuses on accessibility for deaf and hard of hearing people, specifically those who rely on American Sign Language (ASL) for communication, with regards to online videos. In this paper, we propose the idea of "closed interpreting" which allows the interpreter to be toggled on and appear alongside the main video, similiar to closed captioning.(More)
The challenges faced in securing embedded computing systems against multifaceted memory safety vulnerabilities have prompted great interest in the development of memory safety countermeasures. These countermeasures either provide protection only against their corresponding type of vulnerabilities, or incur substantial architectural modifications and(More)
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