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Jeff Rimland, Ph.D.

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Jeff Rimland
Title(s):
  • Lecturer of Information Sciences and Technology

Contact:
329D Information Sciences and Technology Building
University Park, PA 16802
(814) 867-3103
Publications:

Selected

Rimland and Ballora, “Using Complex Event Processing (CEP) and vocal synthesis techniques to improve comprehension of sonified human-centric data,” Proceedings of SPIE 2014

Rimland and Ballora, “Using vocal-based sounds to represent sentiment in complex event processing”, Proceedings of the International Conference on Auditory Display (ICAD), 2014

Rimland and Hall, "A Hitchhiker’s Guide to Developing Software for Hard and Soft Information Fusion", Proceedings of FUSION 2014.

Rimland, Ballora, and Hall, “Hard and Soft Information Fusion in Sonification for Assistive Mobile Device Technology,” Proceedings of the International Conference on Auditory Display (ICAD), 2013

Rimland, “Hybrid Human-Computing Distributed Sense-making: Extending the SOA paradigm for dynamic adjudication and optimization of human and computer roles.”  A Ph.D. Dissertation in Information Sciences and Technology, The Pennsylvania State University, 2013.

Rimland, Ballora, and Shumaker, “Beyond visualization of big data: a multi-stage data exploration approach using visualization, sonification, and storification,” Proceedings of SPIE 2013

Rimland, McNeese, and Hall, “Conserving analyst attention units: Use of multi-agent software and CEP methods to assist information analysis,” in Proceedings of SPIE 2013

Rimland (2012) "Service Oriented Architecture for Human Centric Information Fusion", Chapter 13 in Distributed Data Fusion for Network Operations, CRC Press, 2012.

Rimland and J. Llinas (2012), "Network and Infrastructure Considerations for Hard and Soft Information Fusion Processes", Proceedings of FUSION, 2012.

Rimland, Hall, & Graham (2012). “Human cognitive and perceptual factors in JDL level 4 hard/soft data fusion.” Proceedings of  SPIE 2012, Baltimore, MD.

Rimland, Coughlin, Hall, & Graham (2012). “Advances in data representation for hard/soft information fusion.” Proceedings of SPIE 2012, Baltimore, MD.

Hall, Graham, & Rimland (2011). An Overview of Opportunities, Trends and Models for Information Fusion. Technical report prepared for Director of Advanced Technical Office and SI CTO.

Rimland & Hall. (2011). “A multi-agent infrastructure for hard and soft information fusion.” In SPIE proceedings. Fl, USA.

Rimland, Iyer, Agumamidi, Pisupati & Graham. (2011). “JDL level 0 and 1 algorithms for processing and fusion of hard sensor data.” In SPIE proceedings. Fl, USA.

Graham, Hall, & Rimland. (2011). “A synthetic dataset for evaluating soft and hard fusion algorithms.” In SPIE proceedings. Fl, USA.

Tutwiler, Griffin, Rimland, & Hall. (2011). “Hard sensor fusion for COIN inspired situation awareness.” In Proceedings of the 14th international conference on information fusion. Chicago, IL.

Graham, Rimland, & Hall. (2011). “A COIN-inspired Synthetic Dataset for Qualitative Evaluation of Hard and Soft Fusion Systems”, In Proceedings of the 14th international conference on information fusion. Chicago, IL.

Hall, Graham, More, & Rimland. (2010). “Test and evaluation of soft/hard information fusion systems: A test environment, methodology and initial data sets.” In Proceedings of the 13th international conference on information fusion. Edinburgh, UK.

Rimland & Erickson. (2004). Architectural Benefits of Distributed Enterprise Calibration Management Systems. In Proceedings of the 2004 NCSL International Workshop and Symposium.