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Gene Cahill
April 2014 - Conference Paper On Developing User Interfaces for Piloting Unmanned Systems

Topics: Pervasive Mobile Computing

Authors: James Edmondson, Gene Cahill, Anthony Rowe (Carnegie Mellon University)

This paper was first published in the proceedings of the International Worksop on Robotic Sensor Networks in April 2014.

November 2013 - Conference Paper Architecture Patterns for Mobile Systems in Resource-Constrained Environments

Topics: Pervasive Mobile Computing

Authors: Grace Lewis, Soumya Simanta, Marc Novakouski, Gene Cahill, Jeff Boleng, Edwin J. Morris, James Root

This paper was presented at the 2013 Military Communications Conference

May 2013 - Presentation eMontage: An Architecture for Rapid Integration of Situational Awareness Data at the Edge

Authors: Soumya Simanta, Gene Cahill, Edwin J. Morris

A presentation from the ninth annual SATURN conference, held in Minneapolis, MN, April 29 - May 3, 2013.

May 2013 - Presentation Architecture Patterns for Mobile Systems in Resource-Constrained Environments

Authors: Grace Lewis, Jeff Boleng, Gene Cahill, Edwin J. Morris, Marc Novakouski, James Root, Soumya Simanta

A presentation from the ninth annual SATURN conference, held in Minneapolis, MN, April 29 - May 3, 2013.

August 2012 - Technical Report Results of SEI Line-Funded Exploratory New Starts Projects

Authors: Len Bass, Rick Kazman, Edwin J. Morris, Brad Myers, William Nichols, Robert Nord, Ipek Ozkaya, Raghvinder Sangwan, Soumya Simanta, Ofer Strichman, Peppo Valetto, Nanette Brown, Gene Cahill, William Casey, Sagar Chaki, Cory Cohen, Dionisio de Niz, David French, Arie Gurfinkel

This report describes the line-funded exploratory new starts (LENS) projects that were undertaken during fiscal year 2011. For each project, the report presents a brief description and a recounting of the research that was done, as well as a synopsis of the results of the project.