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LocationMalone 228AbstractConfinement is a security policy that restricts the outward communication of a subsystem to authorized channels. It stands at the border of mandatory and discretionary policies and can be used to implement either. In[…]
LocationMalone 228AbstractThe need to compute an accurate spatial alignment between multiple representations of patient anatomy is a problem that is fundamental to many applications in computer assisted interventional medicine. One class of methods for computing[…]
LocationMalone 328AbstractBetter instruments, faster and bigger supercomputers and easier collaboration and sharing of data in the sciences have introduced the need to manage increasingly large datasets. Advances in high-performance computing (HPC) have empowered many science[…]
LocationMalone 328AbstractTopic models, statistical models that describe low-dimensional representations of data, can uncover interesting latent structure in large text datasets and are popular tools for automatically identifying prominent themes in text. This talk will introduce[…]
LocationHackerman Hall, B-17BioBenjamin Van Durme is an Assistant Research Professor in Computer Science, and the head of the Natural Language Understanding effort at the Human Language Technology Center of Excellence. His research focuses on methods[…]
LocationHackerman Hall, 320AbstractMobile and ubiquitous computing research has led to new techniques for cheaply, accurately, and continuously collecting data on human behavior that include detailed measurements of physical activities, social interactions and conversations, as well[…]