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Darnall N.D.,Washington State University | Donovan C.K.,Washington State University | Aktar S.,Washington State University | Tseng H.-Y.,Washington State University | And 2 more authors.
Gerontechnology | Year: 2012

The overall goal of this study was to compare the accuracy of various data analysis techniques to quantify tremor severity (TS) in a clinical context, with the aim of improving the reliability (context consistency and inter-rater agreement) of tremor evaluation in patients with Parkinson's disease (PD) or essential tremor (ET). Ten patients with either PD or ET were asked to perform several tasks used in the clinical practice for the characterization of tremor. Three-axis gyroscopes in a Shimmer device measured angular velocities of the wrist of each subject for postural, kinetic, spiral tracing, and resting scenarios, and a digital pen recorded subjects' tracings of an Archimedes spiral printed on paper. Gyroscope data were used for training and testing a supervised machine learning algorithm to classify TS and for root mean squared (RMS) numerical rating of TS, while digital pen data were analyzed numerically to quantify tracing deviations from the spiral and obtain a tremor rating. We evaluated the performance of our proposed methods compared to clinicians' diagnostic rating. The machine learning method matched the clinical rating with 82% accuracy, the digital pen with 78% accuracy, and RMS with 42% accuracy. We obtained the best accuracy of 82% using the decision tree machine learning approach with gyroscope data measured with the Shimmer.


Kaiser E.C.,Sensory Inc. | Kaiser E.C.,Adapx Inc. | Buchanan M.C.,Adapx Inc. | Lind S.,Adapx Inc. | And 2 more authors.
Communications of the ACM | Year: 2015

An advanced fusion-based multimodal map system called Sketch-Thru-Plan, or STP was developed from 2009 to 2011 under the DARPA Deep Green program, enabling rapid creation of operational plans during command and control (C2) for military ground operations. Each unit symbol has a frame and color, an echelon marking on top, a label or designator on the side(s), and a role in the middle, as well as numerous other markings. In order to cope with the large vocabulary using GUI technology, C2 systems often use large dropdown menus for the types of entities that can be positioned on the map. STP is quick and easy to learn and use and supports many different form factors, including handheld, tablet, vehicle-based, workstation, and ultra-mobile digital paper and pen. The interface takes advantage of and reinforces skills soldiers already have, as they are trained in the standardized language, symbols, and military decision-making process. In virtue of this common ?doctrinal? language, STP users can quickly create a course of action or enter data multimodally for operations, C2, and simulation systems without extensive training on a complicated user interface. The result is a highly usable interface that can be integrated with existing C2 systems, thus increasing user efficiency while decreasing cost.


Patent
Adapx Inc. | Date: 2011-08-09

In many environments such as municipal, military and construction the use of digital pen and paper systems permits end users to create or modify features on digital document, attributes associated with those features, or attribute values associated with those features. The attribute value management system includes a digital pen, at least one digital document, one or more computing devices, and a number of software programs for creating data relationships between the digital documents (e.g., features on maps and their underlying attribute values), interpreting voice or handwritten data, validating the interpreted data, and uploading the validated data to a geo-database. The attribute value management system functions to create, update or otherwise change the attribute values associated with the features by a temporal association method; a linked identification method; or a direct handwriting method.


A multimodal system using at least one speech recognizer to perform speech recognition utilizing a circular buffer to unify all modal events into a single interpretation of the users intent.


Patent
Adapx Inc. | Date: 2010-02-24

Systems and methods for error checking an entry converted from digital ink to text are disclosed herein. A method for reviewing digital pen data comprising importing handwritten ink made with a digital pen into an input region of a form. The handwritten ink is interpreted to produce a typographical symbol in the input region. The interpretation producing the typographical symbol is assigned a confidence factor, the confidence factor defining the likelihood that the conversion was correct. Input areas are highlighted if they have a confidence factor below a threshold value. Further, a view of the handwritten ink relative to the typographical symbol is changed by making one of the ink or the symbol more viewably prominent while simultaneously making the other less viewably prominent.


Methods, techniques, and systems for icon automated generation and placement are provided. Some embodiments provide an icon generation and placement system configured to ingest one or more icon templates, wherein the icon templates comprise an icon symbol, an icon label, and an icon dimensionality; populate source data for the one or more icon templates, wherein the source data is accessible by at least one of a speech recognition subsystem, handwriting recognition subsystem, and sketch recognition subsystem; generate an icon attribute table for the one or more icon templates; store the ingested one or more icon templates in an icon database; and place an icon, from the icon database into a selected location within a digital document in response to one or more multimodal inputs.


In many environments such as municipal, military and construction the use of digital and paper systems permits end users to create or modify features on digital document, attributes associated with those features, or attribute values associated with those features. The attribute value management system includes a digital pen, at least one digital document, one or more computing devices, and a number of software programs for creating data relationships between the digital documents (e.g., features on maps and their underlying attribute values), interpreting voice or handwritten data, validating the interpreted data, and uploading the validated data to a geo-database. The attribute value management system functions to create, update or otherwise change the attribute values associated with the features by a temporal association method; a linked identification method; or a direct handwriting method.


In many environments such as municipal, military and construction the use of digital and paper systems permits end users to create or modify features on digital document, attributes associated with those features, or attribute values associated with those features. The attribute value management system includes a digital pen, at least one digital document, one or more computing devices, and a number of software programs for creating data relationships between the digital documents (e.g., features on maps and their underlying attribute values), interpreting voice or handwritten data, validating the interpreted data, and uploading the validated data to a geo-database. The attribute value management system functions to create, update or otherwise change the attribute values associated with the features by a temporal association method; a linked identification method; or a direct handwriting method.


Systems and methods for determining an object location relative to a digital document are disclosed herein. A marking is applied to at least one cell in at least one row and to at least one cell in at least one column of a digital document. The markings define an axis system for the digital document. Each object has a stored digital address within the digital document. When the digital document is converted into a fixed file format, a location of the object can be determined that will match the location of the object on the printed page. By comparing the digital address of the object to the axis system defined by the markings, after the document has been converted to a fixed document format, the location of the object is defined spatially.


Trademark
Adapx Inc. | Date: 2012-06-12

Optical light pens, computer stylus; computer software, namely, computer software for scanning digital images and text; personal digital assistant software, namely, computer software for meeting and event scheduling, managing calendars, managing and delegating tasks and recording notes; stylus software, namely, software for interpreting gestures made with a stylus or digital pen; handwriting software, namely, software for interpreting handwriting for personal digital assistant devices, phones, and computers; computer software, namely, handwriting recognition software for map-based planning, logistics, data collection and other geo-spatial application. Pens, digital paper printed with a pattern which is registered by a digital pen when writing thereon. Application service provider, namely, providing, managing, developing, and maintaining applications, software, and databases in the fields of personal productivity, wireless communication, mobile information access, and remote data management for wireless delivery of content to handheld computers, laptops and mobile electronic devices; computer service, namely, acting as an application service provider in the field of knowledge management to host computer application software for the collection, editing, organizing, modifying, book marking, transmission, storage and sharing of data and information.

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