CONIX-T1
Physically-coupled Cognitive Perceptual Systems

Paulo Tabuada (UCLA), Theme Leader

Physically-Coupled Cognitive Perceptual Systems: This theme consists of three applications that emphasize key requirements of physically-coupled cognitive perceptual systems. They serve as key integrator and demonstrator of technical advances pursued throughout the CONIX team. Each application was chosen to highlight unique operating points in each CONIX design dimension. The Smart and Connected Communities application highlights problems of network size, long distances, and human time-scales. The Interactive Mixed Reality Systems application focuses on short distances, tight latency, and large bandwidths. The Enhanced Situational Awareness application spans these two design points in terms of latency, bandwidth, scale, and distance, while additionally requiring complex spatiotemporal choreography.

CONIX-T1 Metrics

  1. Current

    3 Research Tasks
    5 Universities
    13 Students
    12 Faculty Researchers
    7 Liaison Personnel
  2. This Year

    3 Task Starts
    11 Research Publications
Updated: 22-May-2018, 12:05 a.m. ET

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