Information Sciences

Continuous Authentication in Internet of Things
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Continuous Authentication in Internet of Things

By connecting sensors, smart devices and everyday physical objects with the Internet, IoT provides a new form of communications for people and devices, which makes the virtual information world integrated seamlessly with the real world. As many of these applications are related to a user’s daily...
Continuous Authentication in Internet of Things
available technology

Continuous Authentication in Internet of Things

By connecting sensors, smart devices and everyday physical objects with the Internet, IoT provides a new form of communications for people and devices, which makes the virtual information world integrated seamlessly with the real world. As many of these applications are related to a user’s daily...
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Continuous Wave or Ultrafast Lasers

A laser system comprises a seed oscillator, having a seed output; dispersive optics, operative to receive the seed output and divide the seed output into spectrally separate seed components; an array of individually addressable, phase adjustable laser amplifiers corresponding to the spectrally...
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Customizable Hydrogel Microwell Array

Drug discovery is an expensive and time consuming process that requires screening massive libraries of drugs for activity against a candidate drug target. Mechanized high throughput screening has recently allowed scientists to screen chemical libraries of 10,000-100,000 compounds for finding lead...
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CYBER SECURITY AND INFORMATION SCIENCES

Lincoln Laboratory conducts research, development, and evaluation of cyber components and systems, and develops solutions for processing large, high-dimensional datasets acquired from diverse sources, including speech, imagery, text, and network traffic.
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Direction Finding System Using MEMS Sound Sensors

Conventional directional sound sensing systems use an array of spatially separated microphones to achieve directional sensing by monitoring the arrival times and amplitudes at each microphone. The accuracy of the directionality in this case is determined by the extent of spatial separation of the...

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