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The resilience of an unmanned underwater vehicle (UUV) can be defined as the vehicle’s ability to reliably perform its mission across a wide range of changing and uncertain environments. Resilience is critical when operating UUVs where sensor uncertainty, environmental conditions, and stochastic decision-making all contribute to significant variati   ...more

Transient muscle movements influence the temporal structure of myoelectric signal patterns, often leading to unstable prediction behavior from movement-pattern classification methods. We show that temporal convolutional network sequential models leverage the myoelectric signal’s history to discover contextual temporal featu   ...more

Large volumetric neuroimaging datasets have grown in size over the past ten years from gigabytes to terabytes, with petascale data becoming available and more common over the next few years. Current approaches to store and analyze these emerging datasets are insufficient in their ability to scale in both cost-effectiveness and performance. Addition   ...more

Understanding the link between information processing in neural circuits and behavior remains a key goal in neuroscience. Network circuits extracted from the brain can be represented as a graph, where neurons are nodes and synapses are edges; attributes such as edge weights can provide additional context and information about the flow of informatio   ...more

Neuroscientists are collecting Electron Microscopy (EM) datasets at increasingly faster rates. This modality offers an unprecedented map of brain structure at the resolution of individual neurons and their synaptic connections. Despite sophisticated image processing algorithms such as Flood Filling Networks, these huge datasets often require large   ...more

Efficient exploration through unknown environments remains a challenging problem for robotic systems. In these situations, the robot's ability to reason about its future motion is often severely limited by sensor field of view (FOV). By contrast, biological systems routinely make decisions by taking into consideration what might exist beyond th   ...more

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