Paul Hubbard

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— The environmental science and engineering communities are actively engaged in planning and developing the next generation of large-scale sensor-based observing systems. These systems face two significant challenges: heterogeneity of instrumentation and complexity of data stream processing. Environmental observing systems incorporate instruments across the(More)
Earthquake engineers have traditionally investigated the behavior of structures with either computational simulations or physical experiments. Recently, a new hybrid approach has been proposed that allows tests to be decomposed into independent substructures that can be located at different test facilities, tested separately, and integrated via a(More)
The NEESgrid project is revolutionizing the way earthquake engineering (EE) researchers collaborate to plan, perform, share and publish research even while being geographically separated. The proposed demonstration is in complement to the NEESgrid paper titled " Distributed Hybrid Earthquake Engineering Experiments: Experiences with a Ground-Shaking Grid(More)
As the usage of unmanned systems become more prevalent, defence departments around the world are looking for new modes of human-system interaction that increase the level of autonomy of the vehicle, while maintaining operator control and trust. Defence R&D Canada is currently engaged in a research program on the simulation of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles(More)
Computational analyses of organizational behavior employ either intellective or emulative models [1]. The model described in this paper 1 is an intellective models. Intellective models are usually abstract, small, relatively simple, and incorporate only a few parameters. They help modelers make general predictions about trends and the relative benefit of(More)
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