Posters Information Sciences 2016


Atmospheric Boundary Layer Characterization, Analysis and Decision Aids
Atmospheric Sensing Opportunities
Atmospheric Boundary Layer Modeling
Acoustic Sensors & Processing
Radar Technology for Detection of Concealed Targets
Radar Technology for DVE Mitigation
Technology for multi-mission radar
Cross-Modal and Extended Range Face Recognition
Human Detection “In the Wild”
Sensor, Data and Information Processing, and Fusion for Situational Understanding
Intelligent Information Management for the Battlefield
Social Computing
Computational Intelligence
Reasoning Under Uncertainty
Joint Text & Video Analytics
Trust, Influence and the Enhanced Human Performance of Multi-genre Crowd Networks
Discovery Mechanisms for Engendering Creative Decision Making
Quality of Information for Semantically-Adaptive Networks (QoI)
Data-Driven Analysis of Collaboration Structure and Evolution
Tactical Optical Communications
Mobility & Cognitive Networking in Harsh Environments
Wireless Networking in Resource Constrained Environments
Trust-based Approaches for Network Security
Characterizing Burstiness in Intrusion Detection
Cognitive Foundations of Cyber Analysts
Risk Model Roadmap from Events to Parameters

ARL’s S&T investments in Information Sciences are focused on gaining a greater understanding of emerging technology opportunities that support intelligent information systems that perform acquisition, analysis, reasoning, decision-making, collaborative communication, and assurance of information and knowledge. Understanding gained through these research efforts will lead to technological developments that make it possible to manage and utilize information flows in the battlespace. Technologies resulting from these efforts will have a direct impact on the Information Supremacy of the Army of 2030.