Crowds: Anonymity for Web Transactions MichaelK. Reiter and AvielD. Rubin A T&TLabs|Research In this paper we intro duce a system called Crowds for protecting users'anonymity on the w orld-wide-web.
CROWDING IS A COMMON EXPERIENCE Crowds, or large concentrations of people, occur frequently in modern society. A major sporting or entertainment event can attract 70,000 avid fans.
Crowd manage ment planning should begin in advance of events that are likely to draw large crowds, and crowd management, pre-event setup, and emergency situation management should be part of event planning.
PANEL Crowds, Clouds, and Algorithms: Exploring the Human Side of "Big Data" Applications Panelists: Sihem Amer-Yahia (Yahoo! Research), AnHai Doan (Wisconsin), Jon Kleinberg (Cornell), Nick Koudas (U. Toronto and Sysomos, Inc. ) Moderator: Michael J. Franklin (UC Berkeley and Truviso, Inc.) 1.
Cooking for Crowds Web Site: www.cookingforcrowds.psu.edu The site includes: • Instructor Resources • Cooking for Crowds Manual Ordering Information
1. The challenge of crowd psychology Crowds are the elephant man of the social sciences. They are viewed as something strange, something pathological, something monstrous.
Measuring Crowds There has been limited application of models to gauge crowd behavior. 2 Crowd mood has been described as an impacting factor on the medical workload at mass gather-ings, 2,3,30 but the significance of this and practical applications to monitor and measurecrowd mood have received limited ...
Aggregate Dynamics for Dense Crowd Simulation Rahul Narain Abhinav Golas Sean Curtis MingC. Lin University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (a) (b) (c) Figure1: Some examples of large, dense crowds simulated with our technique.
It has little utility in determining a course of action for controlling crowds. …a great deal of what is assumed to be true about crowds has not been supported by empirical evidence. …military and law enforcement must incorporate the most relevant scientific findings into their current thinking and modify ...
PROVISION OF EMERGENCY MEDICAL CARE FOR CROWDS Developed by the 1995-96 Emergency Medical Services Committee of the American College of Emergency Physicians.