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Teleporting Through Virtual Environments: Effects Of Path Scale And Environment Scale On Spatial Updating, Jonathan W. Kelly, Alec G. Ostrander, Alex F. Lim, Lucia A. Cherep, Stephen B. Gilbert Jan 2020

Teleporting Through Virtual Environments: Effects Of Path Scale And Environment Scale On Spatial Updating, Jonathan W. Kelly, Alec G. Ostrander, Alex F. Lim, Lucia A. Cherep, Stephen B. Gilbert

Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering Publications

Virtual reality systems typically allow users to physically walk and turn, but virtual environments (VEs) often exceed the available walking space. Teleporting has become a common user interface, whereby the user aims a laser pointer to indicate the desired location, and sometimes orientation, in the VE before being transported without self-motion cues. This study evaluated the influence of rotational self-motion cues on spatial updating performance when teleporting, and whether the importance of rotational cues varies across movement scale and environment scale. Participants performed a triangle completion task by teleporting along two outbound path legs before pointing to the unmarked path ...


Complementarity‐Based Selection Strategy For Genomic Selection, Saba Moeinizade, Megan Wellner, Guiping Hu, Lizhi Wang Jan 2020

Complementarity‐Based Selection Strategy For Genomic Selection, Saba Moeinizade, Megan Wellner, Guiping Hu, Lizhi Wang

Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering Publications

Genomic selection is a technique that breeders use to select plant or animal individuals to mate and produce new generations of species. The conventional selection method is to select individuals that are either observed or predicted to be the best based on the assumption that parents with better phenotypes will produce better offspring. A major limitation of this method is its focus on the short‐term genetic gains at the cost of genetic diversity and long‐term growth potential. Recently, several new genomic selection methods were proposed to maximize the long‐term potential. Along this research direction, we propose a ...


Generating Partial Civil Information Model Views Using A Semantic Information Retrieval Approach, Tuyen Le, H. David Jeong, Stephen B. Gilbert, Evgeny Chukharev-Khudilaynen Jan 2020

Generating Partial Civil Information Model Views Using A Semantic Information Retrieval Approach, Tuyen Le, H. David Jeong, Stephen B. Gilbert, Evgeny Chukharev-Khudilaynen

Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering Publications

Open data standards (e.g. LandXML, TransXML, CityGML) are a key to addressing the interoperability issue in exchanging civil information modeling (CIM) data throughout the project life-cycle. Since these schemas include rich sets of data types covering a wide range of assets and disciplines, model view definitions (MVDs) which define subsets of a schema are required to specify what types of data to be shared in accordance with a specific exchange scenario. The traditional procedure for generating and implementing MVDs is time-consuming and laborious as entities and attributes relevant to a particular data exchange context are manually identified by domain ...