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  • Minsky, Marvin; Papert, Seymour (1970-01-01)
    This report mainly summarizes the Project MAC A.I. Group work between July 1968 and June 1969 but covers some work up to February 1970. The work on computer vision is described in detail. This summary should be read ...
  • Flynn, Anita M. (1990-08-01)
    This year, as the finale to the Artificial Intelligence Laboratory's annual Winter Olympics, the Lab staged an AI Fair ??night devoted to displaying the wide variety of talents and interests within the laboratory. The ...
  • Zollei, Lilla (2001-08-01)
    The registration of pre-operative volumetric datasets to intra- operative two-dimensional images provides an improved way of verifying patient position and medical instrument loca- tion. In applications from orthopedics ...
  • Vetter, Thomas; Poggio, Tomaso; B'ulthoff, Heinrich (1992-12-01)
    Many 3D objects in the world around us are strongly constrained. For instance, not only cultural artifacts but also many natural objects are bilaterally symmetric. Thoretical arguments suggest and psychophysical ...
  • Alter, T.D. (1992-07-01)
    Model-based object recognition commonly involves using a minimal set of matched model and image points to compute the pose of the model in image coordinates. Furthermore, recognition systems often rely on the ...
  • Adib, Fadel; Kabelac, Zach; Katabi, Dina; Miller, Robert C. (2013-12-11)
    This paper introduces WiTrack, a system that tracks the 3D motion of a user from the radio signals reflected off her body. It works even if the person is occluded from the WiTrack device or in a different room. WiTrack ...
  • Levin, Anat; Hasinoff, Samuel W.; Freeman, William T.; Green, Paul; Durand, Fredo (2009-05-08)
    Depth of field (DOF), the range of scene depths that appear sharp in a photograph, poses a fundamental tradeoff in photography---wide apertures are important to reduce imaging noise, but they also increase defocus blur. ...
  • Belcour, Laurent; Soler, Cyril; Subr, Kartic; Holzschuch, Nicolas; Durand, Fredo (2012-11-16)
    The rendering of effects such as motion blur and depth-of-field requires costly 5D integrals. We dramatically accelerate their computation through adaptive sampling and reconstruction based on the prediction of the anisotropy ...
  • Weinstein, Eugene; Steele, Kenneth; Agarwal, Anant; Glass, James (2004-04-14)
    Ubiquitous computing environments are characterized by an unboundedamount of noise and crosstalk. In these environments, traditionalmethods of sound capture are insufficient, and array microphones areneeded in order to ...
  • Halfant, Matthew; Sussman, Gerald Jay (1987-10-01)
    We illustrate how the liberal use of high-order procedural abstractions and infinite streams helps us to express some of the vocabulary and methods of numerical analysis. We develop a software toolbox encapsulating the ...
  • Rich, Charles; Waters, Richard C. (1981-06-01)
    We believe that software engineering has much to learn from other mature engineering disciplines, such as electrical engineering, and that the problem solving behaviors of engineers in different disciplines have many ...
  • Thies, William; Urbanski, John Paul; Thorsen, Todd; Amarasinghe, Saman (2006-05-05)
    Microfluidic devices are emerging as an attractive technology for automatically orchestrating the reactions needed in a biological computer. Thousands of microfluidic primitives have already been integrated on a single ...
  • Kuhn, Fabian; Lynch, Nancy; Newport, Calvin (2010-08-26)
    A diversity of possible communication assumptions complicates the study of algorithms and lower bounds for radio networks. We address this problem by defining an abstract MAC layer. This service provides reliable local ...
  • Kuhn, Fabian; Newport, Calvin; Lynch, Nancy (2009-05-11)
    A diversity of possible communication assumptions complicates the study of algorithms and lower bounds for radio networks. We address this problem by defining an Abstract MAC Layer. This service provides reliable local ...
  • Newport, Calvin; Lynch, Nancy; Kuhn, Fabian (2009-02-21)
    A diversity of possible communication assumptions complicates the study of algorithms and lower bounds for radio networks. We address this problem by defining an Abstract MAC Layer. This service provides reliable local ...
  • Meila, Marina (1999-01-01)
    Chow and Liu introduced an algorithm for fitting a multivariate distribution with a tree (i.e. a density model that assumes that there are only pairwise dependencies between variables) and that the graph of these dependencies ...
  • Gosper, R.W. (1974-03-01)
    The rate of convergence of infinite series can be accelerated b y a suitable splitting of each term into two parts and then combining the second part of the n-th term with the first part of the (n+1) -th term t get a new ...
  • Steele, Barbara Sue Kerne (1981-06-01)
    Though one is led to believe that program transformation systems which perform source-to-source transformations enable the user to understand and appreciate the resulting source program, this is not always the case. ...
  • Zeng, Gang; Paris, Sylvain; Quan, Long; Sillion, Francois (2005-11-18)
    We introduce a new surface representation, the patchwork, to extend the problem of surface reconstruction from multiple images. A patchwork is the combination of several patches that are built one by one. This design ...
  • Tan, Yang Meng (MIT Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, 1987-05)
    ACE extends the syntax-directed paradigm of program editing by adding support for programming clichés. A programming cliché is a standard algorithmic fragment. ACE supports the rapid construction of programs through the ...
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