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John Hopkins University: Signals Systems Control

The demonstrations given on this Web site are a collection of Java applets and RealAudio clips that explain many underlying concepts of math and engineering. They were developed at John Hopkins University for a project that attempts to use the technology of the World Wide Web in engineering education. Students, under the supervision of electrical and computer engineering professor Dr. Rugh, have...

https://pages.jh.edu/signals/index.html
Intel Technology Journal

This quarterly journal from Intel addresses many issues related to computers and networking technology. The articles are not overly technical in nature, making them appropriate for a broad audience. Each issue of the journal has a general area of focus. Some recent topics include smart toys, the "digital home," and Hyper-Threading Technology. While the later is an Intel-specific development, most...

https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/documentation-resour...
A Well-Tested Eye in the Sky: What U-2 Spy Planes Do over Iraq that Satellites Don't

One of the most important pieces of technology being used to search Iraq for evidence of weapons is a 48-year old spy plane. The U-2, which was first flown in the beginnings of the Cold War, has withstood the test of time and continues to be widely used by the US. This site provides details about the history of the U-2. It also describes many technical aspects involved in flights, such as the...

https://www.globalsecurity.org/org/news/2003/030221-u2.htm
Math Magic

Math Forum (formerly from Swarthmore College, discussed in the October 20, 1995 issue of The Scout Report) hosts this website of materials from the MathMagic K-12 telecommunications project developed in El Paso, Texas by Alan A. Hodson. The project aims to "provide motivation for students to use computer technology while increasing problem-solving strategies and communications skills." Materials...

http://mathforum.org/mathmagic/
Princeton University: Annals of Mathematics

The Annals of Mathematics is a bimonthly publication, which is "intended to serve the mathematical community." Originally, founded in 1884 by Ormond Stone of the University of Virginia, and later published by Harvard University, the Annals are now published by Princeton University and the Institute for Advanced Study. The website provides information for authors, including submission guidelines...

https://annals.math.princeton.edu/
Aerospace Robotics Laboratory

The Aerospace Robotics Laboratory (ARL), operated at Stanford University, focuses its research "on improving robotic performance through the application of feedback control, integrated sensing systems, and task-level autonomy." The systems designed at ARL allow the human operator to have varying levels of control over the robot. Specifically, the robot performs given tasks until it reaches a point...

http://web.stanford.edu/group/arl/
RADIANT Research

R24 and Development in Advanced Network Technology (RADIANT) is a computer research division of the Los Alamos National Laboratory. The first Web site offers many publications from the five research focus groups within RADIANT: High-Performance Networking, Monitoring and Measurement, Cyber Security, Network Architecture, and Robust Systems and Networks. This material is mostly beneficial to...

https://public.lanl.gov/radiant/research.html
Evaluation of Face Recognition Algorithms

This site is an excellent source of information regarding face recognition algorithms. A research team at Colorado State University (CSU) maintains the site and adds updates on a regular basis. There are four algorithms that are covered, including the popular Eigenfaces classifier. Source code written in C is offered as example implementations of each algorithm. There is also information on how to...

https://www.cs.colostate.edu/evalfacerec/
Manufacturing Engineering Laboratory

The Manufacturing Engineering Laboratory (MEL) is a division of the National Institute of Standards and Technology. Its function is to work with companies and perform research to improve manufacturing performance. Because of its broad scope, MEL has five divisions -- Precision Engineering, Manufacturing Metrology, Intelligent Systems, Manufacturing Systems Integration, and Fabrication Technology....

https://www.nist.gov/el
Boosting Research Site

Boosting is an intelligent data analysis technique for pattern classification and regression. Also referred to as an ensemble learning method, it is a form of artificial intelligence with close ties to neural networks. The Boosting Research site is a valuable collection of algorithms and publications for student or professional investigators of this advanced topic. People can share their knowledge...

http://web.archive.org/web/20210414194621/http://www.boostin...
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