Rahav Dor, Xin Hu, Steven Bosch, Anita Khoong, Jing Li, Susan Stark, and Chenyang Lu
Challenges in Studying Falls of Community-dwelling Older Adults in the Real World.
In IEEE International Conference on Smart Computing (SMARTCOMP), Hong Kong, 2017.
Mo Sha, Rahav Dor, Gregory Hackmann, Chenyang Lu, T.S. Kim, and T. Park.
Self-Adapting MAC Layer for Wireless Sensor Networks.
In IEEE Proceedings of the conference on Real-Time Systems Symposium (RTSS 2013).
Rahav Dor, Gregory Hackmann, Zhicheng Yang, Chenyang Lu, Yixin Chen, Marin Kollef, and Thomas Bailey.
Experiences with an end-to-end wireless clinical monitoring system.
In Proceedings of the conference on Wireless Health (WH 2012).
Rahav Dor, Joseph Lancaster, Mark Franklin, Jeremy Buhler, and Roger Chamberlain.
Using Queuing Theory to Model Streaming Applications.
In Proceedings of Symposium on Application Accelerators in High Performance Computing (SAAHPC 2010).
Middleware for the Internet of Things (IoT).
Book chapter I wrote for Principles of Cyber-Physical Systems: An Interdisciplinary Approach. Cambridge University Press (to be published in 2018).
Rahav Dor, Chong Li, and Dolvara Gunatilaka.
Reasoning on the Fast-Path Neural Network CPU Branch Predictor.
Method of accessing a work of art, a product, or other tangible or intangible objects without
knowing the title or name thereof using fractional sampling of the work of art or object.
A method of identifying a work such as a text, a video, information about what was perceived, or a product without the person interested in the object knowing the title of the object. A fractional sampling device is used by the person to acquire a sample of the work and store the sample in the device. The device is subsequently connected to a search apparatus via a physical wire connection, wireless interface, or the Internet. The sampling stored in the device is then provided to the search apparatus. The search apparatus accesses one or more databases in which is stored substantially the entire contents of the work including identifying indicia about the work. Subsequently the search apparatus matches the sample with information about the work stored in the database and provides information identifying the work, related information, or the work itself to the person.
This invention also allows a person to perceive a work at the person preferred location and time.
A useful process that transfer data from a mobile device such as a smartphone directly to a magnetic
card reader by mutual induction or RF (Radio Frequency). The data comprised of information that was
originally stored on a card (payment card or other) in its magnetic stripe, as well as other data
relevant to the transaction. Software timely generates the desired signals and the wave sequence is
electromagnetically induced directly into a legacy magnetic card reader or one of its subsequent
An optional apparatus hereby named the Magnetic Bar in one of its many physical embodiments is connected to the smartphone, or is an integral component of the smartphone, and generates the electromagnetic phenomenon.