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  1. MODELLING OF MASSIVELY SEPARATED FLOWS: RENORMALIZATION GROUP FORMULATION

    SBC: Spectrex Corp Inc            Topic: N/A

    RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN HIGH ACCURACY SPECTRAL ELEMENT TECHNOLOGY AND RENORMALIZATION GROUP METHODS AS APPLIED TO TURBULENCE HAVE MADE POSSIBLE DESIGN OF SOFTWARE OF CRITICAL INTEREST TO BOTH GOVERNMENT LABORATORIES AND COMMERCIAL (AEROSPACE) INTERESTS. THE WORK PROPOSED HERE ATTEMPTS TO DESCRIBE THE BEHAVIOR OF MASSIVELY SEPARATED FLOWS USING RNG BASED TURBULENCE MODELS AND SPECTRAL PATCHING ELEME ...

    SBIR Phase I 1988 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  2. ADVANCED DESIGN CONCEPTS FOR ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT SHELTERS

    SBC: Spectrum 39 ( S I Div)            Topic: N/A

    THE OBJECTIVE OF THIS PROJECT IS TO DEVELOP DESIGN CONCEPTS FOR AIR FORCE ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT SHELTERS USING ADVANCED MATERIALS. THE PROJECT EFFORT WILL CONSIST OF FOUR TASKS: 1) DETERMINATION OF DESIGN CRITERIA, 2) SURVEY OF ADVANCED MATERIALS AND FABRICATION TECHNIQUES, 3) DEVELOPMENT OF DESIGN CONCEPTS AND 4 FINAL REPORT. IN TASK 1 THE DESIGN CRITERIA FOR ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT SHELTERS WILL BE ...

    SBIR Phase II 1988 Department of DefenseAir Force
  3. PHONEME BASED SPEECH RECOGNITION SYSTEM FOR MISSION PLANNING AND CONTROL.

    SBC: Speech Systems Inc            Topic: N/A

    TO THE EXTENT THAT MISSION PLANNING AND CONTROL NEEDS AN EFFECTIVE MAN-MACHINE DIALOGUE WHICH IS NOT ENCUMBERED BY EXCESSIVE KEYBOARD INTERACTION, THEN A REAL-TIME CONTINUOUS SPEECH RECOGNITION INTERFACE CAN SOLVE THIS PROBLEM. CURRENT SPEECH-RECOGNITION TECHNOLOGIES ARE CHARACTERIZED BYLIMITED VOCABULARY, RESTRICTED SYNTAX, AND WORD ISOLATION. SUCH RESTRICTIONS MAKE THEM INAPPROPRIATE FOR PRACTIC ...

    SBIR Phase II 1988 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  4. A SPEAKER-INDEPENDENT CONTINUOUS SPEECH RECOGNITION SYSTEM USED AS INPUT DEVICE FOR AN ENGLISH LANGUAGE COMPETENCY ASSESSMENT PROGRAM USING TEST ITEM RESPONSE THEORY

    SBC: Speech Systems Inc            Topic: N/A

    AUTOMATION OF TEST METHODS HAS RESULTED IN TREMENDOUS INCREASES IN EFFICIENCY AND RELIABILITY, AND HAS BEEN DRIVEN BY THE INCREASING DEMAND FOR LARGE-SCALE TESTING. UP TO NEW, THIS TESTING MODALITY HAS BEEN LIMITED TO STANDARDIZED TESTS WHICH FOR THE MOST PART USE MULTIPLE CHOICE, PAPER AND PENCIL TECHNIQUES, SINCE COMPUTERS HAVE HISTORICALLY BEEN FUNCTIONALLY BOTH DEAF AND DUMB. PROBLEM-ATICALLY, ...

    SBIR Phase I 1988 Department of Education
  5. SPEECH REPRESENTATION AND SPEECH UNDERSTANDING

    SBC: Speech Systems Inc            Topic: N/A

    SPEECH UNDERSTANDING UTILIZES SOURCES OF KNOWLEDGE OUTSIDE OF THE SPEECH SIGNAL TO RESOLVE THE AMBIGUITY INHERENT IN SPEECH. THE EFFICIENCY AND ACCURACY OF THIS PROCESS IS CLOSELY RELATED TO THE REPRESENTATION OF THE INFORMATION IN THE SPEECH SIGNAL. IF THE SPEECH REPRESENTATION CONDENSES THE RELEVANT INFORMATION IN THE SPEECH SIGNAL WELL, OTHER SOURCES OF KNOWLEDGE CAN BE APPLIED SUCCESSIVELY WIT ...

    SBIR Phase II 1988 Department of DefenseDefense Advanced Research Projects Agency
  6. COMPUTER VOICE AND SPEECH DATA ENTRY AND RECOGNITION

    SBC: Speech Systems Inc            Topic: N/A

    TO THE EXTENT THAT THE ADVENT OF COMPUTERIZED AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL SYSTEMS NEEDS AN EFFECTIVE MAN-MACHINE DIALOGUE WHICH IS NOT ENCUMBERED BY EXCESSIVE KEYBOARD INTERACTION, A REAL-TIME CONTINUOUS SPEECH INTERFACE CAN SOLVE THIS PROBLEM. UNTIL NOW, SPEECH-RECOGNITION TECHNOLOGIES HAVE BEEN CHARACTERIZED BY LIMITED VOCABULARY, RESTRICTED SYNTAX, AND WORD ISOLATION. THIS STUDY WILL DEMONSTRATE THE FE ...

    SBIR Phase II 1988 Department of Transportation
  7. APPLICATION OF NEURAL NETS TO STAGED SPEECH RECOGNITION

    SBC: Speech Systems Inc            Topic: N/A

    NEURAL NETWORK COMPUTATION IS PARTICULARLY SUITED TO FINDING OPTIMAL SOLUTIONS TO PROBLEMS THAT HAVE A LARGE NUMBER OF POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS. THE TASK OF SPEECH RECOGNITION IS TO TRANSFORM ONE OF AN INFINITELY VARYING SET OF ACOUSTICS WAVE-FORMS INTO ONE ORTHOGRAPHIC TEXT STRING OUT OF THE INFINITE SET OF ENGLISH SENTENCES. GIVEN THE STRUCTURE OF THE PROBLEM OF SPEECH RECOGNITION, IT MAKES SENSE TO L ...

    SBIR Phase I 1988 Department of DefenseArmy
  8. REPORTER ASSAYS FOR TUMOR PROMOTERS

    SBC: Sphinx Biotechnologies Corp            Topic: N/A

    THE LONG TERM GOALS ARE TO DEVELOP A SIMPLE, RAPID AND INEXPENSIVE ASSAY FOR THE IDENTIFICATION OF TUMOR PROMOTING COMPOUNDS PRESENT IN THE ENVIRONMENT. THE PROPOSED METHOD CAPITALIZES ON RECENT MOLECULAR FINDINGS ON THE MECHANISM BY WHICH TUMOR PROMOTERS REGULATE THE EXPRESSION OF SPECIFICGENES. THESE GENES CONTAIN PHORBOL ESTER RESPONSIVE ELEMENTS IN THEIR 5' NON-CODING REGIONS. PLASMID CONSTRUC ...

    SBIR Phase I 1988 Department of Health and Human Services
  9. LOW-COST ALGAAS LASER ARRAYS FOR SOLID STATE LASER PUMPS

    SBC: Spire Corporation            Topic: N/A

    SOLID STATE LASERS SUCH AS ND:YAG ARE BEING USED AS INTENSE SOURCES OF OPTICAL RADIATION FOR COMMERCIAL AND MILITARY APPLICATIONS. NASA'S INTEREST IN SUCH LASERS IS FOR USE ON A POLAR ORBITING SPACE PLATFORM TO PERFORM CRITICAL EXPERIMENTS TO MEASURE ATMOSPHERIC AEROSOLS AND MOLECULAR SPECIES. CONVENTIONALLY PUMPED WITH FLASHLAMPS, THESE LASERS HAVE LOW POWER CONVERSION EFFICIENCY AND SHORT LIFETI ...

    SBIR Phase II 1988 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  10. ELECTRICALLY CONDUCTIVE POLYMERS BY ION IMPLANTATION

    SBC: Spire Corporation            Topic: N/A

    THE PHASE I PROGRAM WILL INVESTIGATE THE CREATION OF AN ELECTRICALLY CONDUCTIVE SURFACE LAYER ON SEVERAL TYPES OF NONCONDUCTIVE POLYMER SHEET. THE CONDUCTIVITY WILL BE MEASURED AND CORRELATED TO ION IMPLANTATION PARAMETERS SUCH AS ION SPECIES, DOSE, AND ENERGY. ANY CHANGES OR IMPROVEMENTS IN THE MECHANICAL, CHEMICAL, OR OPTICAL PROPERTIES AS A RESULT OF ION IMPLANTATION WILL ALSO BE INVESTIGATED. ...

    SBIR Phase II 1988 Department of Energy
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