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IEEE Xplore Digital Library logo — The IEEE Xplore Innovation Spotlight features articles on cutting-edge topics handpicked from the IEEE Xplore digital library of over 4 million technical documents. Research found in IEEE Xplore solves critical industry issues, keeps technology professionals at top organizations up to date, and helps develop the technologies of tomorrow.
 

Perfect Posture: Smart Fabric to the Rescue

Sep 12, 2017
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Devices & Systems

With a PID controller and Adaptive Resonance Theory, researchers created a smart fabric that provides a user with improved posture ergonomics.

Social Media Posts and Sentiment Analysis: The Next Step in Mental Health Intervention

Sep 05, 2017
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Communications

With sentiment analysis, a natural language processing tool, researchers could provide valuable insight into the mental health of patients through their social media activity.

REINVENT: Leveraging Virtual Reality and Neurofeedback to Help With Motor Rehabilitation

Aug 16, 2017
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Bioengineering

Virtual reality, neurofeedback and a brain computer interface can now be combined to foster stroke rehabilitation for patients suffering from motor loss.

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Saving on the Edge: Efficiently Allocating Energy in Mobile Edge Computing for Augmented Reality Applications

Aug 08, 2017
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Devices & Systems

Mobile battery drain is an evident issue for consumers when using augmented reality applications, so researchers improved the efficiency of mobile edge computing to improve the battery life of phones using augmented reality applications.

Hacking Back: To Do or Not To Do?

Jul 27, 2017
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Communications

A review of cyber security literature helps shed light on the ethicality of hacking back, or counter-attacks, in a world of the Internet.

A Better Autonomous Underwater Vehicle? It’s all in the Rotation

Jul 10, 2017
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Devices & Systems

Researchers developed a 3D approach that utilizes rotational and artificial potential fields for underwater mapping with autonomous underwater vehicles.

A Power Shave and a Cost Cut: New Hybrid System Aims to Save Data Centers on Energy Usage

Jun 26, 2017
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Energy

With power shaving and power capping, researchers improved efficiency and lowered costs in data centers with HyStore energy storage.

Using Artificial Intelligence and the Monte Carlo System to Predict the Risk of Non-Standard Manufacturing Orders

Jun 13, 2017
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Devices & Systems

Researchers modify the Monte Carlo System with fuzzy logic and artificial neural networks to predict risk in non-standard manufacturing orders.

Finger Vein Authentication: The New Standard for Biometric Security Systems?

May 25, 2017
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Devices & Systems

Innovative finger vein authentication systems are more secure and reliable, and less expensive, than biometric security systems using fingerprint or facial scans.