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Scientific and Technical Publications and Patents

Our Principal Technologist has published cutting edge scientific and engineering research and developed intellectual property with patents.  We can bring these skills and experience to your toughest problems.

Publications of Vincent Stanford

 

  • A. Martin, C. Greenberg, V. Stanford, J. Howard, G. Doddington, J. Godfrey Performance Factor Analysis for the 2012 NIST Speaker Recognition Evaluation., Interspeech 2014. 14-18 September 2014, Singapore.

  • V. Stanford et al. “Connecting Medical Devices Through ASTM-2761-09 - Schedule Conflict Detection Prototype.” Wireless Health, Nov. 2013, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD.

  • J.C. Wu, A. Martin, C. Greenberg, R. Kacker and V. Stanford. “Significance Test in Speaker Recognition with Data Dependency” NIST Internal Report, NISTIR 7884 Published Oct 12, 2013.

  • J.C. Wu, A. Martin, C. Greenberg, R. Kacker, V. Stanford. “Significance test with data dependency in speaker recognition evaluation” SPIE Defense Security and Sensing, Baltimore Maryland, April 29 to May 2, 2013

  • C. Greenberg, V. Stanford, A. Martin, M. Yadagiri, G. Doddington, J. Godfrey, J. Hernandez-Cordero. “The 2012 NIST Speaker Recognition Evaluation” Interspeech 2013 August 25-29, Lyon, France

  • Harbin AC, Cheng X, Stanford V, McGeagh K, Murdock J, Ghassemian R, Hwang J, Bandi G, “Does Pure Robotic Partial Nephrectomy Provide Similar Perioperative Outcomes When Compared to the Combined Laparoscopic-Robotic Approach?” presented at the American Urological Association Conference, 2012

  • V. Stanford. 2010 “Distributed Multimodal Processing for Biometrics – The NIST Data Flow System” Annual Biometrics & Forensics Summit, San Diego, CA, March 30, 2010  

  • S. Henrickson, E. DiMarzio, Qian Wang, V. Stanford, and J. Kasianowicz.  “Probing Single Nanometer-Scale Pores With Polymeric Molecular Rulers”, The Journal of Chemical Physics 132, 1. 2010

  • J. Willey, T. Stephenson, H. Faust, P. Hansen, G. Linde, J. de Graaf, C. Chang, J. Nevitt, J. Ballas, T. Crystal, and V. Stanford, “Radar Microphone: X-band Speech Recognition,” 2010 Tri-Service Radar Symposium Record, Orlando, FL, 21-25 June, 2010.

  • I. Hamchi, M. Hoarau ,A. Fillinger, L. Diduch, and V. Stanford. “A Data Flow Implementation of Parallel Agent-Based Graph Search Algorithm” International Conference on Parallel and Distributed Computing and Systems, Cambridge Mass. November 2-4, 2009. 

  • V. Stanford, "Data Quality for Biometric Recognition - Can speech quality metrics predict accuracy?" US Government Interagency Symposium for Investigatory Voice Biometrics, NIST Gaithersburg, March 24-25, 2009

  • A. Fillinger, I. Hamchi, S. Degre, L. Diduch, T. Rose, J. Fiscus, V. Stanford. “Middleware and Metrology for the Pervasive Future”, IEEE Pervasive Computing, July-September, Vol. 8, No. 3, pages 74-83, 2009.

  • J. Robertson, C. Rodrigues, V. Stanford, K. Rubinson, O. Krasilnikov, J. Kasianowicz, “Single Molecule Mass Spectrometry In Solution Using A Solitary Nanopore”, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, May 2007.

  • A. Fillinger, L. Diduch, I. Hamchi, S. Degre, V. Stanford, “NIST smart data flow system II: Speaker localization”, Proceedings of the 6th international conference on Information processing in sensor networks, April 2007, Cambridge Massachusetts, USA

  • G. Borrriello, V. Stanford, C. Narayanaswami, and W. Menning.  “Pervasive Computing in Healthcare”.  IEEE Pervasive Computing Mobile and Ubiquitous Systems Vol. 6, No. 1, pages 17-19, January-March 2007.  (Guest Editor for special issue on healthcare)

  • J. Kasianowicz, S. Henrickson, M. Misakian, J. Lerman, R. Panchal, K. Halverson, S. Bavari, R. Gussio, T. Nguyen, D. Shenoy, and V. Stanford.  “The detection and characterization of ions, DNA and proteins with nanometer-scale pores,” The Handbook of Biosensors and Biochips  Marks R.S., D.C. Cullen, I. Karube, C.R. Lowe, and H.H. Weetall (Eds), John Wiley & Sons Ltd., Chichester, U.K., 2007.

  • J. Kasianowcz, T. Nguyen, and V. Stanford. Enhancing molecular flux through nanopores by means of attractive interactions. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, vol. 103, no. 31, p. 11431-11432, August 2006.

  • J. Kasianowicz, J. Lerman, S. Henrickson, M. Misakian, R. Panchal, K. Halverson, S. Bavari, T. Nguyen, T. Gussio, D. Shenoy, and V. Stanford.  The Detection and Characterization of Ions, DNA and Proteins Using Nanometer-Scale Pores.  Wiley Interscience volume on biophysics in 2006.

  • R. Xu, G. Mei, Z. Ren, C. Kwan, J. Aube, C. Rochet, and V. Stanford.  Towards User Sensitive Interfaces: Autodirective Speech Acquisition for Speaker identification and Speech Recognition Using Phased Arrays.  Springer Lecture Notes on Artificial Intelligence, LNAI 3864, 2006.

  • C. Kwan, K. Ho, G. Mei, Z. Ren, R. Xu, Y. Zhang, D. Lao, D. Stevenson, V. Stanford, and C. Rochet.  An automated acoustic system to monitor and classify birds, EURASIP Journal on Applied Signal Processing Volume 2006, Article ID 96706, Pages 1–19, 2006.

  • M. Michel and V. Stanford.  Synchronizing Multimodal Data Streams Using Commodity Hardware. Fourth ACM International Workshop on Video Surveillance and Sensor Networks, Santa Barbara, CA, October 2006. 

  • G. Mei, R. Xu, D. Lao, C. Kwan, and V. Stanford.  Real-Time Speaker Verification with a Microphone Array. The 2006 International Conference on Pervasive Systems & Computing, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, June 2006. 

  • D. Shenoy, W. Barger, A. Singh, R. Panchal, M. Misakian, V. Stanford, and J. Kasianowicz.  Functional reconstitution of protein ion channels into planar polymerizable phospholipid membranes, Nano Letters. Vol. 5, pages 1181-1185, 2005.

  • V. Stanford, M. Michel, and O. Galibert.  Network transfer of control data: an application of the NIST smart data flow, J. of Systemics, Cybernetics, and Informatics.  Vol. 2, January 2005.  (best paper award at CCCT 2004)

  • V. Stanford. Biosignals offer potential for direct interfaces and health monitoring, IEEE Pervasive Computing Mobile and Ubiquitous Systems, Vol. 3, No. 1, pages 99-103, January-March 2004.

  • R. Xu, G. Mei, Z. Ren, C. Kwan, V. Stanford, J. Aube, and C. Rochet, A Real Time Speaker Verification Demonstration On The Smart Flow System, Proc. of IEEE International Symposium on Intelligent Multimedia, Video and Speech Processing.  Pages 226-229, Hong Kong, October 2004.

  • J. Garofolo, C. Laprun, M. Michel, V. Stanford, and E. Tabassi. The NIST Meeting Room Pilot Corpus, Proc. of the Fourth International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation, Lisbon, Portugal, May 2004.

  • V. Stanford and J. Kasianowicz. Transport of DNA through a single nanometer-scale pore: evolution of signal structure.  IEEE Workshop on Genomic Signal Processing and Statistics Proceedings.  Baltimore, MD, May 2004.

  • C. Kwan, G. Mei, G. Zhao, Z. Ren, R. Xu, V. Stanford, C. Rochet, J. Aube, and K. Ho.  Bird Classification Algorithms: Theory And Experimental Results, Proc. IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing (ICASSP).  Vol. 5, pages 289-292, May 2004.

  • V. Stanford and J. Kasianowicz.  On the Use of HMMs To Quantify Signatures From Individual DNA Molecules Driven Through A Nanometer Scale Pore.  IEEE Genomic Signal Processing and Statistics Workshop.  Raleigh, NC, October 2003.

  • V. Stanford, J. Garofolo, O. Galibert, M. Michel, and C. Laprun. The NIST smart space and meeting room projects: signals, acquisition, annotation, and metrics, Proc. of IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing (ICASSP).  Vol. 4, pages 6-10 Hong Kong, April 2003.

  • V. Stanford. Beam Me Up, Doctor McCoy, IEEE Pervasive Computing Mobile and Ubiquitous Systems.  Vol. 2, No. 3, pages 13-18, July-September 2003.

  • V. Stanford. Pervasive computing puts food on the table, IEEE Pervasive Computing Mobile and Ubiquitous Systems.  Vol. 2, No. 1, pages 9-14, January-March 2003.

  • V. Stanford. Pervasive Computing Goes The Last Hundred Feet With RFID Systems, IEEE Pervasive Computing Mobile and Ubiquitous Systems, Vol. 2, No. 2, pages 9-14, April-June 2003.

  • V. Stanford. Using Pervasive Computing To Deliver Eldercare, IEEE Pervasive Computing Mobile and Ubiquitous Systems Vol. 1, No. 1, pages 10-13, January-March 2002.

  • V. Stanford. Pervasive Health Care Applications Face Tough Security Challenges, IEEE Pervasive Computing Mobile and Ubiquitous Systems Vol. 1, No. 2, pages 8-12, April-June 2002.

  • V. Stanford. Pervasive Computing Goes To Work - Interfacing To The Enterprise, IEEE Pervasive Computing Mobile and Ubiquitous Systems Vol. 1, No. 3, pages 6-12, July-August 2002. 

  • V. Stanford. Wearable Computing Goes Live In Industry, IEEE Pervasive Computing Mobile and Ubiquitous Systems Vol. 1, No. 4, pages 14-19, July-August 2002.

  • J. Kasianowicz, S. Henrickson, M. Misakian, H. Weetall, B. Robertson, and V. Stanford. Physicsof DNA Threading Through A Nanometer Pore And Applications To Simultaneous Multianalyte Sensing, NATO Advanced Research Workshop: Structure and Dynamics of Confined Polymers.  Kluwer Press, Editors J. Kasianowicz, M. Kellermayer, and D. Deamer, pages 141-163, 2002.

  • V. Stanford and J. Kasianowicz. 2003. On Quantifying Signatures From Single-Stranded DNA Driven Through Nanometer-Scale Alpha-Hemolysin Ion Channels Using Hidden Markov Models. IEEE Workshop on Genomic Signal Processing and Statistics. Raleigh, NC (e-publication) October 2002.

  • M. Herman and V. Stanford.  Pervasive Computing; It’s About Integration, Appliance Manufacturer Magazine, September 2001.

  • J. Garofolo, E. Voorhees, C. Auzanne, and V. Stanford. Spoken Document Retrieval: 1998 Evaluation And Investigation Of New Metrics, ESCA ETRW on Accessing Information in Spoken Audio.  Pages 1-7.  1999.

  • J. Garofolo, E. Voorhees, C. Auzanne, V. Stanford, and B. Lund, 1998 TREC-7 Spoken Document Retrieval Track Overview And Results, Proceedings of TREC-7: The Seventh Text Retrieval Conference.  Pages 79-90.  1998.

  • V. Stanford and James Flanagan, Editors, “Proceedings of the 1998 DARPA/NIST Smart Spaces Workshop” NIST Gaithersburg, July 1998

  • J. Garofolo, E. Voorhees, K. Spark-Jones, and V. Stanford. Spoken Document Retrieval Track Overview And Results, The Sixth Text Retrieval Conference (TREC-6), NIST Special Publication 500-240, 1997.

  • V. Stanford and B. Booth. Speech-enabling Your Applications With the IBM Continuous Speech Series, OS/2 Developer, August 1993.

  • J. McBride and V. Stanford, The Graph Analysis And Design Technique: A Visually Oriented Systems Development Environment, AIAA/ACM/NASA/IEEE Computers in Aerospace V Conference, October 1985.

  • V. Stanford.  APL – A Language of Pleasant Surprises, Creative Computing, Vol. 9, No. 11, November 1983.

  • V. Stanford, et al.  The Exercise Electrocardiogram: Is the Mean the Best Average?  Proceedings of the Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation, Washington D.C., 1978.

  • V. Stanford.  “Exercise Electrocardiograms: A discussion of Three Alternative Estimates of Location, M.D. Proceedings of the Association for Computers in Engineering in Medicine and Biology, October, Atlanta GA, 1978.

  • V. Stanford, et al.  Artifacts Introduced by Linear Filtering of Electrocardiograms”, Proceedings of the Association for Computers in Engineering in Medicine and Biology, Boston, MA, November 1976.  (Reviewed conference paper)

  • V. Stanford, et al. Off­line Processing of Exercise Systolic Time Interval Data, Proceedings of the Association for Computers and Engineering in Medicine and Biology, Boston, MA, November 1976.  (Reviewed conference paper)

Patents by Vincent Stanford 

  • US Patent 8924214: Radar Microphone Speech Recognition. Jeff Willey et al. including V. Stanford. Issued December 30, 2014.

  • US Patent 5513298: Instantaneous context switching for speech recognition systems, V. Stanford, A. Klein, and N. Brickman, Issued April 30, 1997.

  • US Patent 5615296: Continuous speech recognition and voice response system and method to enable conversational dialogues with microprocessors. V. Stanford, O. Williamson, E. Sherwin, and F. Castellucci, Issued March 25, 1997.

  • US Patent 5425129: Method for word spotting in continuous speech, J. Garman, A. Klein, and V. Stanford, Issued June 13, 1995.

  • US Patent 5475792: Telephony channel simulator for speech recognition application, V. Stanford, and N Brickman, Issued December 12, 1995.

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