NSWC Dahlgren Division Researchers Present Findings
By NSWCDD Corporate Communications Division
| Oct. 5, 2017
DAHLGREN, Va. (Sept. 29) - NSWC Dahlgren Division lead scientist Avory Bryant and mechanical engineer Brian Johnson shared the "Density-based Data Stream Clustering" capability at the In-House Laboratory Independent Research and Independent Applied Research review. Clustering of streaming data is a key knowledge discovery and data mining technique for the analysis of unlabeled big data. (Photo by U.S. Navy)
DAHLGREN, Va. (Sept. 29) - NSWC Dahlgren Division computer scientist Teeya Roche and software lead Megan Kozub explain "Data Visualization Support for Creation of a Numerical Table: Effects on Training and Performance" at the In-House Laboratory Independent Research and Independent Applied Research review. The study was designed to test principles of data visualization to decrease the information processing assessment time for decision-making; increase understanding of visual-based doctrine, and reduce incorrect doctrine creation. (Photo by U.S. Navy)
The End of Year In-House Laboratory Independent Research and Independent Applied Research review was held at the University of Mary Washington Dahlgren campus, Sept. 29.
Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD) scientists, engineers and private sector subject matter experts presented findings of their work to merge technological needs with current and emerging capabilities, enabling the Navy to maintain maritime superiority.
The event maximized interactions between principal investigators, managers, engineers, academia, industry, transition partners and other key stakeholders.