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Student Project Videos

Dave Almeida on a GIS-Inspired Approach Towards Interacting with Wireless Sensor Networks

Christopher Battista, Christopher Cowin and John Whittier on Intelligent Computer Resource Management

Chris Bennet on Multimodal Interaction

James Campbell on Access, Privacy and Heritage Preservation

Guillaume Charest-Hallee on GIS Certificate Academic Objectives

Kate Cuddy on Indoor Navigation Systems for Low Vision Users

Stacy Doore on Conceptual Framework for an Exposure History

Chris Dorr on Decentralized Wireless Sensor Networks

Matt Dube on Retraction: The Mathematical Path to Cartographic Generalization

Jake Emerson on Detecting Complex Events with Networks of Simple Sensors

Michael Hennessey on MSIS Internship Experience at Synernet, Inc.

Shreyans Jain on Audio Interface Design for Indoor Navigation

Saranya Kesavan on Generating Indoor Scene Descriptions

Kraig King on Tiny Models

Hengshan Li on Exploring the Minimal Information Set for Human Navigation in Indoor and Outdoor Environments

Qinghan Liang on Dynamic Field-Based Data Model and Query Language for Sensor Data Streams

Ben Maynard on Dynamic Event Sensing in Emergency Management

Francois Neville on Spatiotemporal Field Interpolation with Multilayer Perceptron Artificial Neural Network Models

Brendan O’Shaughnessey on Indoor Scene Reconstruction with the Kinect Sensor

Monoj Kumar Raja on Indoor Positioning and Applications and Indoor Navigation for the Blind

Avinash Rude on Event Detection and Classification in Time Series

Paul Smitherman on Geostatistics

Rick Tanney on Familiarity Factors on the Perception of Relative Nearness in Map Space

Ben Weber on Mobile Map Browsers

Brian Wood on Distance Learning

Liping Yang on Informatics of Indoor and Outdoor Spaces

Zhong Zhao on Distorting Locative Information in Ubiquitous Computing

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