Molly Lewis

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Intent inferencing is the ability to predict an opposing force's (OPFOR) high level goals. This is accomplished by the interpretation of the OPFOR's disposition, movements, and actions within the context of known OPFOR doctrine and knowledge of the environment. For example, given likely OPFOR force size, composition, disposition, observations of recent(More)
A two-port vector network analyzer (VNA) can be used for measuring the differential-mode (or common-mode) <i>S</i>-parameters of an integrated circuit by combining on-wafer probes with 3-dB-coupling baluns (or power splitters). In such a measurement setup, the error networks from each port of the VNA to the device-under-test are three-port rather than the(More)
Unlike written language, where word boundaries are often denoted by blank spaces (e.g., le_chat „the_cat‟), for spoken language, no single device allows for the reliable identification of word boundaries: words are typically uttered without a pause between them, and sound processes further blur word boundaries. A crucial challenge for second/foreign(More)
Controlling a team of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) requires the operator to perform continuous surveillance and path planning. The operator's situation awareness is likely to degrade as an increasing number of surveillance videos must be viewed and integrated. The Picture-in-Picture display (PiP) provides one solution for integrating multiple UAV camera(More)
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