Homeland Security Affairs: IEEE 2013 Conference on Technology for Homeland Security: Best Papers [open html - 8KB]
This webpage of the Homeland Security Affairs Journal provides links to the "Best Papers" of the IEEE [Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers] 2013 Conference on Technology for Homeland Security. The papers included in the list are the following: "Analysis of the Effects of Image Transformation, Template Selection, and Partial Information on Face Recognition with Time-Varying Expressions For Homeland Security Applications" by Iliana V. Voynichka and Dalila B. Megherbi; "A Customized Modeling and Simulation Tool for Port and Airport Evacuation and Recovery: An Integrated Tool for Enhancing Preparedness and Response" by Paul A. Belella and Bethann Rooney; "Recent Developments in Voice Biometrics: Robustness and High Accuracy" by Nicolas Scheffer, Luciana Ferrer, Aaron Lawson, Yun Lei, and Mitchell McLaren; "Maritime Detection of Radiological/Nuclear Threats with Hybrid Imaging System" by Anthony L. Hutcheson, Bernard F. Phlips, Eric A. Wulf, Lee J. Mitchell, W. Neil Johnson, and Byron E. Leas; and "Towards A Theory of Autonomous Reconstitution of Compromised Cyber-Systems" by Pradeep Ramuhalli, Mahantesh Halappanavar, Jamie Coble, and Mukul Dixit.
Naval Postgraduate School, Center for Homeland Defense and Security
Homeland Security Affairs Journal: http://www.hsaj.org/
IEEE 2013 Conference on Technology for Homeland Security. Waltham, Massachusetts. November 12-14, 2013