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  • Woo, Grace Rusi; Kheradpour, Pouya; Katabi, Dina (2007-05-29)
    Wireless networks can suffer from high packet loss rates. This paper shows that the loss rate can be significantly reduced by exposing information readily available at the physical layer. We make the physical layer convey ...
  • Abelson, Harold (1989-09-01)
    The Bifurcation Interpreter is a computer program that autonomously explores the steady-state orbits of one-parameter families of periodically- driven oscillators. To report its findings, the Interpreter generates ...
  • Hassanieh, Haitham; Shi, Lixin; Abari, Omid; Hamed, Ezzeldine; Katabi, Dina (2013-05-22)
    The goal of this paper is to make sensing and decoding GHz of spectrum simple, cheap, and low power. Our thesis is simple: if we can build a technology that captures GHz of spectrum using commodity Wi-Fi radios, it will ...
  • Horn, Berthold K.P. (MIT Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, 1971-07)
    This paper briefly describes the processing performed in the course of producing a line drawing from vidisector information.
  • Horn, Berthold K.P. (1973-12-01)
    This paper briefly describes the processing performed in the course of producing a line drawing from an image obtained through an image dissector camera. The edge-marking pahse uses a non-linear parallel line-follower. ...
  • Scassellati, Brian (1998-03-01)
    This report documents the design and implementation of a binocular, foveated active vision system as part of the Cog project at the MIT Artificial Intelligence Laboratory. The active vision system features a three degree ...
  • Grimson, W.E.L. (1982-08-01)
    Zero-crossing or feature-point based stereo algorithms can, by definition, determine explicit depth information only at particular points on the image. To compute a complete surface description, this sparse depth map ...
  • Goler, Jonathan A. (2004-05-28)
    The next generations of both biological engineering and computer engineering demand that control be exerted at the molecular level. Creating, characterizing and controlling synthetic biological systems may provide us ...
  • Goler, Jonathan A. (2004-05-28)
    The next generations of both biological engineering and computer engineering demand that control be exerted at the molecular level. Creating, characterizing and controlling synthetic biological systems may provide us with ...
  • Beal, Jacob; Sussman, Gerald (2005-01-18)
    Inspired by the robustness and flexibility of biological systems, we are developing linguistic and programming tools to allow us to program spatial systems populated by vast numbers of unreliable components interconnected ...
  • Yu, Angela J.; Giese, Martin A.; Poggio, Tomaso A. (2001-09-01)
    Object recognition in the visual cortex is based on a hierarchical architecture, in which specialized brain regions along the ventral pathway extract object features of increasing levels of complexity, accompanied by greater ...
  • Giese, Martin Alexander; Poggio, Tomaso (2002-08-01)
    The visual recognition of complex movements and actions is crucial for communication and survival in many species. Remarkable sensitivity and robustness of biological motion perception have been demonstrated in ...
  • Louie, Jennifer (2003-06-01)
    Previous biological models of object recognition in cortex have been evaluated using idealized scenes and have hard-coded features, such as the HMAX model by Riesenhuber and Poggio [10]. Because HMAX uses the same set ...
  • Koch, Christof; Poggio, Tomaso (1984-10-01)
    Synapses, membranes and neurotransmitters play an important role in processing information in the nervous system. We do not know, however, what biophysical mechanisms are critical for neuronal computations, what ...
  • Clemenson, Gregory D. (MIT Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, 1977-02)
    This paper is an experimental investigation of the utility of the MIT-AI frames system. Using this system, a birthday party planning system was written, representing the basic decisions that comprise such a plan as frames. ...
  • Andoni, Alexandr; Ba, Khanh Do; Indyk, Piotr (2008-05-02)
    e study a natural generalization of the heavy hitters problem in thestreaming context. We term this generalization *block heavy hitters* and define it as follows. We are to stream over a matrix$A$, and report all *rows* ...
  • Kim, Heejung; Wohlwend, Jeremy; Leibo, Joel Z.; Poggio, Tomaso (2013-06-18)
    When learning to recognize a novel body shape, e.g., a panda bear, we are not misled by changes in its pose. A "jumping panda bear" is readily recognized, despite having no prior visual experience with the conjunction of ...
  • de la Maza, Michael; Tidor, Bruce (1991-12-01)
    Modifiable Boltzmann selective pressure is investigated as a tool to control variability in optimizations using genetic algorithms. An implementation of variable selective pressure, modeled after the use of temperature ...
  • McAllester, David; Zabih, Ramin (1986-09-01)
    Object-oriented programming languages all involve the notions of class and object. We extend the notion of class so that any Boolean combination of classes is also a class. Boolean classes allow greater precision and ...
  • Krishna, Tushar; Beckmann, Bradford M.; Peh, Li-Shiuan; Reinhardt, Steven K. (2011-03-14)
    Future many-core chips will require an on-chip network that can support broadcasts and multicasts at good power-performance. A vanilla on-chip network would send multiple unicast packets for each broadcast packet, resulting ...
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