Victoria Sweetser

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The IEEE-1451.5 wireless standard promises to integrate a wide variety of sensors with a number of different wireless radio implementations using standards based protocols to communicate between the application and the sensor. In this paper, we describe a hardware and software architecture that allows sensor developers to rapidly design IEEE-1451.5compliant(More)
In this paper, we describe how we address the ICML 2004 Physiological Data Modeling Contest. For the gender prediction task, we employ 5 off-the-shelf machine learning methods: decision tree, neural networks, naive bayes, logistic regression, and Support Vector Machines. We use neural networks for the context prediction tasks. Most of the methods perform(More)
Mabel (the Mobile Table) is a robotic system that can perform waypoint and vision guided navigation, speech generation, speech recognition, person finding, face finding, and face following. Mabel can interact intelligently with humans in two different settings: food and information serving. The robot’s architecture is flexible and easily adaptable to other(More)
Despite over thirty years of continuing development and a rising prominence in the public eye, today’s databases continue to be outpaced by the human appetite for new ways to process information. Although databases continue to serve as a reliable platform for transaction-based operations, traditional relational database management systems have come up short(More)
Mabel (the Mobile Table) is a robotic system that can perform waypoint navigation, speech generation, speech recognition, natural language understanding, face finding, face following, nametag reading, and localization. Mabel can interact intelligently to give information about the conference to patrons. Major additions to this year’s design are Monte Carlo(More)
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