This paper reports the trial of a wearable data capture device, SenseCam, as a resource for digital narratives and uses data from the trial to reflect on the models of the 'mind' that underscore HCI. More particularly, over a period of one week, 5 participants and 2 researchers used SenseCams to capture digital traces of their experiences, and used the same… (More)
This paper reports the trial of a memory prosthesis, SenseCam, as a resource for digital narratives. Over a period of one week, six participants were asked to use SenseCams to capture digital traces of their experiences, and to use the same to create 'story telling' materials for presentation. The study found that all users delighted in the devices, though… (More)
This document contains copies of reports prepared for the DARPA Speech and Natural Language Workshop. Included are reports from DARPA/ISTO sponsored programs and other materials prepared for use at the workshop.
Genomic resources in rainbow smelt (Osmerus mordax) enable us to examine the genome duplication process in salmonids and test hypotheses relating to the fate of duplicated genes. They further enable us to pursue physiological and ecological studies in smelt. A bacterial artificial chromosome library containing 52,410 clones with an average insert size of… (More)
Introduction The absence of real-time, detailed, 3D information on the composition of surgical specimens presents an enormous challenge in surgical oncology and pathology.
The aim of this study was to investigate mechanisms of anti-tumour activity and necrosis induced by combinations of tumour necrosis factor alpha (TNF-alpha) and interferon gamma (IFN-gamma). In a breast cancer xenograft model, locally injected recombinant human TNF-alpha arrested growth of established tumours in the absence of overt necrosis. Macroscopic… (More)