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  • Eriksson, Jakob; Balakrishnan, Hari; Madden, Sam (2008-01-17)
    This paper describes the design, implementation, and evaluation of Cabernet, a system to deliver data to and from moving vehicles using open 802.11 (WiFi) access points encountered opportunistically during travel. Network ...
  • CADR 
    Knight, Thomas F., Jr.; Moon, David A.; Holloway, Jack; Steele, Guy L., Jr. (1979-05-01)
    The CADR machine, a revised version of the CONS machine, is a general-purpose, 32-bit microprogrammable processor which is the basis of the Lisp-machine system, a new computer system being developed by the Laboratory ...
  • Speciner, Michael (1967-07-01)
    (1)CHAR PLOT (see AI Memo 125) has been modified for TS. [It may be found on MS4 with the non-TS version]. The following changes should be noted: CRKBRK (now called PLTBRK in the non-TS CHAR PLOT), SUBPLT (which is ...
  • Horn, Berthold K.P.; Sjoberg, Robert W. (1978-10-01)
    It appears that the development of machine vision may benefit from a detailed understanding of the imaging process. The reflectance map, showing scene radiance as a function of surface gradient, has proved to be helpful ...
  • Sobalvarro, Patrick G. (1991-12-01)
    The blocking probability of a network is a common measure of its performance. There exist means of quickly calculating the blocking probabilities of Banyan networks; however, because Banyan networks have no redundant ...
  • Gupta, Anjali; Krohn, Maxwell; Walfish, Michael (2004-05-05)
    The recently developed rateless erasure codes are a near-optimal channel coding technique that guaranteeslow overhead and fast decoding. The underlying theory, and current implementations, of thesecodes assume that a network ...
  • Tan, Godfrey; Guttag, John (2004-11-12)
    Today's access point based wireless LANs (WLANs) are inefficient and unfair. For many traffic loads they provide far less total throughput than they should, and do a poor job allocating what throughput they do deliver. ...
  • Lee, George J. (2007-06-04)
    This thesis presents a new approach to root cause localization and fault diagnosis in the Internet based on a Common Architecture for Probabilistic Reasoning in the Internet (CAPRI) in which distributed, heterogeneous ...
  • Kozlowski, Stefan N. (MIT Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, 1992-05)
    The purpose of this talk is not to teach you about Emacs or Emacs kbd-macros, though we will use both as examples. I can teach you everything there is to know about Emacs and kbd-macros in 5 minutes. There are literally ...
  • Bamberger, Jeanne (1976-12-01)
    Trying to capture intuitive knowledge is a little like trying to capture the moment between what just happened and what is about to happen. Or to quote a famous philosopher, "You can't put your foot in the same river ...
  • Charniak, Eugene (1968-07-01)
    A program was written to solve calculus word problems. The program, CARPS (CALculus Rate Problem Solver), is restricted to rate problems. The overall plan of the program is similar to Bobrow's STUDENT, the primary ...
  • Richards, W.; Nishihara, H.K.; Dawson, B. (1982-06-01)
    Caricatures demonstrate that only a few significant "edges" need to be captured to convey the meaning of a complex pattern of image intensities. The most important of these "edges" are image intensity changes arising ...
  • Perez-Breva, Luis (2004-04-21)
    Among the various methods to combine classifiers, Boosting was originally thought as an stratagem to cascade pairs of classifiers through their disagreement. I recover the same idea from the work of Niyogi et al. to show ...
  • Agarwal, Anant; Wentzlaff, David (2008-10-08)
    The next decade will afford us computer chips with 1,000 - 10,000 cores on a single piece of silicon. Contemporary operating systems have been designed to operate on a single core or small number of cores and hence are not ...
  • Kurian, George; Khan, Omer; Devadas, Srinivas (2012-05-22)
    As transistor density continues to grow geometrically, processor manufacturers are already able to place a hundred cores on a chip (e.g., Tilera TILE-Gx 100), with massive multicore chips on the horizon. Programmers now ...
  • Solomon, Cynthia J.; Papert, Seymour (1976-07-01)
    This paper explores some important issues with regard to using computers in education. It probes into the question of what programming ideas and projects will engage young children. In particular, a seven year old ...
  • Knoblich, Ulf; Freedman, David J.; Riesenhuber, Maximilian (2002-04-18)
    In a recent experiment, Freedman et al. recorded from inferotemporal (IT) and prefrontal cortices (PFC) of monkeys performing a "cat/dog" categorization task (Freedman 2001 and Freedman, Riesenhuber, Poggio, Miller ...
  • Haase, Ken (1986-09-01)
    This research extends a tradition of distributed theories of mind into the implementation of a distributed problem solver. In this problem solver a number of ideas from Minsky's Society of Mind are implemented and are ...
  • Kleer, Johan De (1979-09-01)
    This thesis presents a theory of human-like reasoning in the general domain of designed physical systems, and in particular, electronic circuits. One aspect of the theory, causal analysis, describes how the behavior ...
  • Kleer, Johan De (1978-09-01)
    This research attempts to formalize the type of causal arguments engineerings employ to understand circuit behavior. A causal argument consists of a sequence of changes to circuit quantities (called events), each of ...
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