Journals

  1. A. Nagendran, R. Pillat, A. Kavanaugh, G. Welch & C. E. Hughes (2014). “A Unified Framework for Individualized Avatar-Based Interactions,” Presence:Teleoperators and Virtual Environments 23(2), 109-132.
  2. L. A. Dieker, C. Straub, C. E. Hughes, M. C. Hynes & S. E. Hardin, “Virtual environments can take us virtually anywhere,” Educational Leadership, 71(8), 54-58.
  3. J. Zhang, G. Welch, G. Bishop & Z. Huang (in press) “A two-stage Kalman filtering scheme for robust and real-time power systems state tracking,” IEEE Transactions on Sustainable Energy.
  4. A. Nagendran, W. J. Crowther, M. J. Turner, A. Lanzon, R. C. Richardson (2014). “Design, control, and performance of the ‘weed’ 6 wheel robot in the UK MOD grand challenge,” Advanced Robotics 28(4) , 203-218.
  5. A. Ilie & G. Welch (2014). “On-line control of active camera networks for computer vision tasks.” ACM Transactions on Sensor Networks 10(2), Article 25 (January 2014), 25:1–25:40.
  6. L. A. Dieker, J. Rodriguez, B. Lingnugaris-Kraft, M. Hynes, & C. E. Hughes (2014). “The Future of Simulated Environments in Teacher Education: Current Potential and Future Possibilities,” Teacher Education and Special Education, 37(1), 21-33.
  7. A. Sadagic, M. Kölsch, G. Welch, C.Basu, C. Darken, J. P. Wachs, H. Fuchs, H. Towles, N. Rowe, J.-M. Frahm, L. Guan, R. Kumar & H. Cheng (2013). “Smart instrumented training ranges: bringing automated system solutions to support critical domain needs,” The Journal of Defense Modeling and Simulation: Applications, Methodology, Technology 10(3), 327–342.
  8. A. T. Hayes, C. L. Straub, L. D. Dieker, C. E. Hughes and M. C. Hynes (2013). “Ludic Learning: Exploration of TLE TeachLivE™ and Effective Teacher Training,” International Journal of Gaming and Computer-Mediated Simulations, 5(2), 23-36.
  9. L. J. Harmon, J. Baumes, C. Hughes, J. Soberon, C. D. Specht, W. Turner, C. Lisle & R. W. Thacker (2013). “Arbor: Comparative Analysis Workflows for the Tree of Life,” PLOS Currents Tree of Life. 2013 Jun 21 [last modified: 2013 Jun 21]. Edition 1.
  10. A. E. Norris, C. Hughes, M. L. Hecht, N. P. Peragallo and D. Nickerson (2013). “Randomized trial of a peer resistance skill-building game for Hispanic early adolescent girls,” Nursing Research, 62(1), January/February 2013, 25-35.
  11. P. Varcholik, J. J. LaViola & C. E. Hughes (2012). “An Exploration of Multi-Touch Input for Text Entry,” International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 70(10), 657-672.
  12. R. C. Richardson, A. Nagendran, & R. G. Scott (2012). “Experimental tests of bidi-bot: A mechanism designed for clearing loose debris from the path of mobile search and rescue robots,” Advanced Robotics 26(15), 1799-1823.
  13. N. Zhou, Z. Huang, G. Welch & J. Zhang (2012). “Identifying the optimal measurement subspace for the ensemble Kalman filter,” IET Electronics Letters48(11), May 2012.
  14. A. Nagendran, W. Crowther & R. C. Richardson, “Biologically inspired legs for UAV perched landing,” IEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems 27(2), February 2012, 4-13.
  15. L. C. Walters, D. E. Hughes & C. E. Hughes (2011). “Interconnections: Revisiting the Future,” Game and Culture, 6(6), November 2011, 538-559.
  16. N. S. Patel & D. E. Hughes (2012). “Revolutionizing human-computer interfaces: the auditory perspective,” ACM interactions 19(1), January-February, 2011, 34-37.
  17. A. Nagendran, W. J. Crowther & R. C. Richardson (2011). “Dynamic capture of free-moving objects,” Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part I: Journal of Systems and Control Engineering 225(8), December 2011, 1054-1067.
  18. L. C. Walters, D. E. Hughes & C. E. Hughes (2011). “Interconnections: Revisiting the Future,” Game and Culture, 6(6), November 2011, 538-559.
  19. R. C. Richardson, A. Nagendran & R. Scott (2011). “The sweep-extend mechanism: A 10-bar mechanism to perform biologically inspired burrowing motions,” Mechatronics 21(6), 929-950.
  20. G. Welch, D. Rivera-Gutierrez, P. Lincoln, M. Whitton, J. Cendan, D. A. Chesnutt, H. Fuchs, B. Lok & R. Skarbez (2011). “Physical manifestations of virtual patients.” Simulation in Healthcare, 6(6).
  21. L D. Nowrouzezahrai, J. Johnson, A. Selle, D. Lacewell, M. Kaschalk & W. Jarosz (2011). “A programmable system for artistic volumetric lighting,” ACM Transactions on Graphics 30(4), Article 29.
  22. R. C. Richardson, A. Nagendran, and R. G. Scott. Experimental tests of bidi-bot: A mechanism designed for clearing loose debris from the path of mobile search and rescue robots. Advanced Robotics, 0(0):1– 25, May 2012.
  23. A. Nagendran, W. Crowther and R. C. Richardson, “Biologically inspired legs for UAV perched landing,” IEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems, in press.
  24. N. S. Patel and D. E. Hughes, “Revolutionizing human-computer interfaces: the auditory perspective,” interactions 19, 1 (January 2012), 34-37.
  25. A. Nagendran, W. J. Crowther and R. C. Richardson, “Dynamic capture of free-moving objects,” Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part I: Journal of Systems and Control Engineering 225(8), December 2011, 1054-1067.
  26. L. C. Walters, D. E. Hughes and C. E. Hughes, “Interconnections: Revisiting the Future,” Game and Culture, 6(6), November 2011, 538-559.
  27. LD. Nowrouzezahrai, J. Johnson, A. Selle, D. Lacewell, M. Kaschalk and W. Jarosz, “A programmable system for artistic volumetric lighting,” ACM Transactions on Graphics 30(4), Article 29 (August 2011).
  28. R. C. Richardson, A. Nagendran and R. Scott, “The sweep-extend mechanism: A 10-bar mechanism to perform biologically inspired burrowing motions,”Mechatronics, In Press, Available online 6 April 2011, ISSN 0957-4158, DOI: 10.1016/j.Mechatronics.2011.03.002.
  29. D. Nowrouzezahrai, J. Johnson, A. Selle, D. Lacewell, M. Kaschalk, W. Jarosz, “A Programmable System for Artistic Volumetric Lighting,” ACM Transactions on Graphics, in-press.
  30. S. Risi, C. E. Hughes and K. O. Stanley, “Evolving Plastic Neural Networks with Novelty Search,” Adaptive Behavior, 18(6), December 2010, 470-491.
  31. N. Beato, M. Colbert, Y. Zhang, K. Yamazawa and C. E. Hughes, “Interactive Chroma-keying for Mixed Reality,” Computer Animation and Virtual Worlds 20(2-3), June 2009, 405-415.
  32. S. M. Fiore, G. W. Harrison, C. E. Hughes and E. Rutström, “Virtual Experiments and Environmental Policy,” Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 57(1), January 2009, 65-86.
  33. L. Dieker, M. Hynes, C. E. Hughes and E. Smith, “Implications of Mixed Reality and Simulation Technologies on Special Education and Teacher Preparation,” Focus on Exceptional Children 40(6), February 2008, 1-20.
  34. M. Colbert, E. Reinhard & C. E. Hughes, “Painting in High Dynamic Range,”Journal of Visual Communication and Image Representation 18(5), October 2007, 387-396.
  35. P. Micikevicius and C. E. Hughes, “Visibility-based Forest Walk-through Using Inertial Level of Detail Model,” Journal of Defense Modeling and Simulation 4(2), April 2007.
  36. C. M. Fidopiastis, C. B. Stapleton, J. D. Whiteside, C. E. Hughes, S. M. Fiore, G. A. Martin, J. P. Rolland and E. M. Smith, “Human Experience Modeler: Context Driven Cognitive Retraining to Facilitate Transfer of Training,”CyberPsychology and Behavior 9(2), April, 2006, Mary Ann Liebert Publishers, New Rochelle, NY, 183-187.
  37. C. B. Stapleton and C. E. Hughes, “Believing is Seeing,” IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications 27(1), January/February 2006, 80-85.
  38. R. Xu, S. N. Pattanaik and C. E. Hughes, “HDR Still Image Encoding in JPEG 2000,” IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications 26(6), November/December 2005, 69-76.
  39. C. E. Hughes, C. B. Stapleton, D. E. Hughes and E. Smith, “Mixed Reality in Education, Entertainment and Training: An Interdisciplinary Approach,”IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications 26(6), November/December 2005, 24-30.
  40. J. Konttinen, C. E. Hughes and S. N. Pattanaik, “The Future of Mixed Reality: Issues in Illumination and Shadows,” Journal of Defense Modeling and Simulation 2(1), January 2005, 51-59.