Saint Xavier University

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  • White Papers // Jan 2011

    Implicit Detection Of Change: Can We Do Without Awareness?

    People generally assume that in order to perceive change, a person must consciously attend to the object that undergoes some kind of displacement or alteration. For example, one day the family car appears intact, but then at some point I notice that the left-front fender has been bent. Psychological theory,...

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  • White Papers // Aug 2010

    A Proactively Maintained Quality of Service Infrastructure for Wireless Mobile Ad Hoc Networks

    The infrastructureless nature of mobile ad hoc networks poses an extreme challenge for the design of conventional and Quality of Service (QoS) routing protocols. To the best of the authors' knowledge, current QoS routing protocols have primarily been designed to meet QoS metric(s) without concentrating on the robustness of the...

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  • White Papers // Jul 2009

    Detection Of Change: Role Of Stimulus Type Versus Stimulus Complexity

    This paper has investigated the claim that detection of change for spatial configuration is inherently easier than for object identity. Specifically, it looked at whether a difference in complexity, which was much greater in object than in configuration stimuli, might have mediated the difference in performance. In order to assess...

    Provided By Saint Xavier University

  • White Papers // Jan 2011

    Implicit Detection Of Change: Can We Do Without Awareness?

    People generally assume that in order to perceive change, a person must consciously attend to the object that undergoes some kind of displacement or alteration. For example, one day the family car appears intact, but then at some point I notice that the left-front fender has been bent. Psychological theory,...

    Provided By Saint Xavier University

  • White Papers // Jul 2009

    Detection Of Change: Role Of Stimulus Type Versus Stimulus Complexity

    This paper has investigated the claim that detection of change for spatial configuration is inherently easier than for object identity. Specifically, it looked at whether a difference in complexity, which was much greater in object than in configuration stimuli, might have mediated the difference in performance. In order to assess...

    Provided By Saint Xavier University

  • White Papers // Aug 2010

    A Proactively Maintained Quality of Service Infrastructure for Wireless Mobile Ad Hoc Networks

    The infrastructureless nature of mobile ad hoc networks poses an extreme challenge for the design of conventional and Quality of Service (QoS) routing protocols. To the best of the authors' knowledge, current QoS routing protocols have primarily been designed to meet QoS metric(s) without concentrating on the robustness of the...

    Provided By Saint Xavier University