Carnegie Mellon University


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an engineering university in Pittsburgh

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The hard part is making sure there are distinct configurations of the hands and motions of the hands that the system recognizes," says Ed Schlesinger of Carnegie Mellon University.
Lama Obeid from Weil Cornell University in Qatar won the fourth position while the fifth place went to Patrick Steinhagen from Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar.
In addition to the co-development and beta testing partnership with Xirrus, Carnegie Mellon University will deploy a large number of 802.
The University of Karlsruhe in Germany and the Carnegie Mellon University in Pa, USA are utilizing parallel cyberspace curricula.
Secret Service, Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering Institute's CERT(R) Coordination Center and Microsoft Corp.
24 /PRNewswire/ -- Carnegie Mellon University has received more than $1 million to develop an electronic, historical archive of the papers of the late Senator H.
Luis von Ahn, 27, Carnegie Mellon University, for his work in computer science.
We at the 911th Airlift Wing consider it an honor to be working with Carnegie Mellon University in the development of these advanced maintenance system concepts and technologies," Senior Master Sgt.
Ceridian, a leader in human resource and workplace effectiveness offerings, announced that it has rolled out its LifeWorks(R) OneSource to Carnegie Mellon University, one of the nation's leading private research universities located in Pittsburgh, Pa.
OASIS will refine and finalize a set of UIMA specifications based on an initial contribution from IBM with input from DARPA, Carnegie Mellon University, Columbia University, Stanford University, University of Massachusetts-Amherst, MITRE Corporation, and Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC).
CONTACT: Don Hale of Carnegie Mellon University, 412-268-2900/
Levine is Professor of Physics at Carnegie Mellon University and is a founder and Co-Scientific Director of the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center (PSC).
13 /PRNewswire/ -- "Revolution in the Electric Power Industry," a series of seminars exploring the economic and regulatory aspects of changes in the industry as well as key technical and operational issues, will be presented at Carnegie Mellon University on Nov.
McClelland is a Carnegie Mellon University professor of psychology and computer science, and Moore is a Pitt professor of psychiatry, neurology and neuroscience.
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