Publications

  • [J-8] N.J. Napoli, M. Demas, C.L. Stephens, K.D. Kennedy, A. Harrivel, L.E. Barnes, A. Pope. “Activation Complexity: A Cognitive Impairment Tool for Characterizing Neuro-Isolation”. Nature Scientic Report. (2020) vol. 10, no. 3909 , Pg. 1-21
  • [A-20] C.L. Stephens, K.D. Kennedy, N.J. Napoli. “Understanding Oxygenated Blood Pulse Transit Time During Hypoxia Induction For Detection of Cognitive Impairment”. The 91th Aerospace Medical Association (AsMA) Annual Meeting. (2020), Atlanta, GA. (Symposium)
  • [A-19] J. Beltran, C.L. Stephens, K.D. Kennedy, K. Ellis, N.J. Napoli. “Occurrence of Heart Arrhythmia’s During Mild Hypoxia Induction and Laboratory Task/Flight Simulation Performance”. The 91th Aerospace Medical Association (AsMA) Annual Meeting. (2020), Atlanta, GA. (Symposium)
  • [A-18] K.D. Kennedy, C.L. Stephens, J.R. Comstock, E.T. Chancey, N.J. Napoli, A. Pope. “Using the NASA Multi-Attribute Task Battery with Psychophysiogical Assessment”. The 91th Aerospace Medical Association (AsMA) Annual Meeting. (2020), Atlanta, GA. (Symposium)
  • [A-16] R. Suthar, Z. Boz, N. Napoli, J. Judge, J.K. Brecht, W. Pelletier, R. Muneepeerakul “Predicting Retail Losses for Sustainable Postharvest Operations “A Florida Case Study”. IFT Annual Meeting. (2020), New Orleans, LA (Poster)
  • [C-12] N.J. Napoli, S. Adams, A.R. Harrivel, C. Stephens, K. Kennedy, M. Paliwal, W.T. Scherer. “Exploring Cognitive States: Temporal Methods for Detecting and Characterizing Physiological Fingerprints”. American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) SciTech, Applications of Sensor and Information Fusion. (2020), Orlando, FL
  • [A-15] C. Stephens, A. Saunders, K. Kennedy, B. Calhoun, N.J. Napoli. “Detection of Multiple Levels of Hypoxia through Novel Feature Analysis and Machine Learning”. The 90th Aerospace Medical Association (AsMA) Annual Meeting. (2019), Las Vegas, NV. (Symposium)
  • [C-11] J.E. Blancheld, M.T. Hargroves, P.J. Keith, M.C. Lansing, L.H. Nordin, R.C. Palmer, S.E. St Louis, A.J. Will, W.T. Scherer, N.J. Napoli. “Developing Predictive Athletic Performance Models for Informative Training Regimens”. IEEE Systems and Information Engineering Design Symposium (SIEDS). (2019), Charlottesville, VA.
  • [J-7] J.Roe, L.E. Barnes, N.J. Napoli, J. Thibodeux. “The Restorative Benefits of Blue Health Interventions: An Urban Waterfront Study”. Frontiers In Built Environment. (2019), vol. 5, no. 71, Pg. 1-10.
  • [J-6] N.J. Napoli, M. Demas, S. Mendu, C.L. Stephens, K.D. Kennedy, A.R. Harrivel, R.E. Bailey, L.E. Barnes. “Uncertainty in Heart Rate Complexity Metrics caused by R-peak Perturbations”. Computers in Biology and Medicine. (2018), Vol. 103, pg.198-207.
  • [C-10] A.R. Harrivel, R Milletich, C.L. Stephens, C. Heinich, N.J. Napoli, M.C. Last, and A. Pope. “fNIRS Feature Importance for Attentional State Prediction”. The 2nd International Neuroergonomics Conference. (2018), Philadelphia, PA
  • [J-5] P.H. Schroeder, N.J. Napoli, W.F. Barnhardt, L.E. Barnes, and J.S. Young, “Relative Mortality Analysis of the “Golden Hour”: A Comprehensive Acuity Stratication Approach to Address Disagreement in Current Literature”. Prehospital Emergency Care. (2018), vol. 23, no. 2, pg. 254-262.
  • [T-2] N.J. Napoli , “Characterizing Uncertainty in Sensor Fusion to Improve Predictive Models”. Online Archive of University of Virginia. (2018), pages 1-201. https://libraetd.lib.virginia.edu/public_view/kp78gg908
  • [A-14] J. Roe, L. Barnes, M. Boukhechba, A. Mondschein, N.J. Napoli, C. Neale, S. Pusude. “Real-Time Stress Responses in Outdoor Urban Settings”. The 49th Environmental Design Research Association. (2019), Oklahoma City, Ok. (Symposium)
  • [J-4] E.J. Charles, N.J. Napoli, L.E. Johnston, C. Foster, D. Goode, T. Parker, E. Sharp, L.E. Barnes, J.S. Young. “Outcomes After Falls Continue to Worsen Despite Trauma and Geriatric Care Advancements”. The American Surgeon. (2018), Vol. 84 no.3 pg.392-397.
  • [A-13] C.M. Heinich, A. Harrivel, C.L. Stephens, R.J. Milletich, K.D.Kennedy, J.R. Comstock, A.T. Pope, C. Liles, M.C. Last, N.A. Abraham, N.J. Napoli. “Machine Learning to Assess Pilots’ Cognitive State”. Defense and Aerospace Test and Analysis Workshop (DATAworks). (2018), Springeld, VA. (Symposium)
  • [A-12] A. Harrivel, C.M. Heinich, R.J. Milletich, J.R. Comstock, C.L. Stephens, M. Last, N.J. Napoli, N.A. Abraham, K.G. Toro, K. D. Kennedy, A.T. Pope “Comparative EEG Sensor Analysis For Attentional State Prediction”. The 89th Aerospace Medical Association (AsMA) Annual Meeting. (2018), Dallas, TX. (Symposium)
  • [A-11] C. Stephen, K. Kennedy, N.J. Napoli, M. Demas, B. Crook, R. Williams, “Mild Normobaric Hypoxia Exposure Decreases Skill-based Task Performance of Operators of the NASA Multi-Attribute Task Battery when task switching”. The 89th Aerospace Medical Association (AsMA) Annual Meeting. (2018), Dallas, TX. (Symposium)
  • [A-10] N.J. Napoli, M. Demas, C. Stephen, K. Kennedy, L.E. Barnes. “An Adaptable Filter Bank Optimization Method for Evaluating EEG Activation Complexity Using Intensity Analysis”. The 41st IEEE International Conference on Biomedical and Health Informatics. (2017), Orlando, FL. (Poster)
  • [C-9] N.J. Napoli, M.E. Kotoriy, W. Barnhardt, J. Young, L.E. Barnes. “Addressing Bias from NonRandom Missing Attributes in Health Data”. Proceedings of the 10th IEEE International Conference on Biomedical and Health Informatics (BHI). (2017), Orlando, FL.
  • [C-8] A. Harrivel, C. Stephens, R. Milletich, C. Heinich, M.C. Last, N.J. Napoli, N. Abraham, L. Prinzel, M. Motter, A. Pope, “Prediction of Cognitive States during Flight Simulation using Multimodal Psychophysiological Sensing”. American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) SciTech, Applications of Sensor and Information Fusion. (2017), Grapevine, TX.
  • [C-7] C. Stephen, K. Kennedy, N.J. Napoli, M. Demas, B. Crook, R. Williams, “Effects on task Performance and Psychophysiological Measures of Performance during Normobaric Hypoxia Exposure”. The 20th International Symposium on Aviation Psychology. (2017), Dayton, OH.
  • [J-3] N.J. Napoli, W. Barnhardt, M.E. Kotoriy, J.S. Young, L.E. Barnes. “Relative Mortality Analysis: A New Tool to Evaluate Clinical Performance in Trauma Centers”. IIE Transactions on Healthcare Systems Engineering (Special Issue for Healthcare Informatics). (2017), Vol. 7, no. 3, pg. 181-191 (Impact Factor: 1:759)
  • [A-9] E.A. Eklund, O.M. Kassar, W.B. Barnhardt, N.J. Napoli, L.E. Barnes, J.S. Young. “Trauma Survival Margin Analysis: A Dissection of Trauma Center Performance through Initial Lactate”. Southeastern Surgical Congress Annual Meeting (SESC). (2016), Atlanta, GA. (Poster)
  • [C-6] N.J. Napoli, L.E. Barnes, “A Dempster-Shafer Approach for Corrupted Electrocardiograms Signals”. AAAI Proceedings of the 29th International Florida Articial Intelligence Research Society (FLAIRS) Conference. (2016), Key Largo, FL.
  • [C-5] N.J. Napoli, K. Leach, L.E. Barnes, W. Weimer, “A MapReduce Framework to Improve Template Matching Uncertainty”. The Proceedings of the 5th IEEE International Conference on Big Data and Smart Computing (BigComp). (2016), Hong Kong, China.
  • [J-2] E.A. Eklund, O.M. Kassar, W.B. Barnhardt, N.J. Napoli, L.E. Barnes, J.S. Young. “Trauma Survival Margin Analysis: A Dissection of Trauma Center Performance through Initial Lactate”. The American Surgeon. (2016), Vol. 82, no.7, pages 649-53.
  • [A-8] E.A. Eklund, O.M. Kassar, N.J. Napoli, W.B. Barnhardt, L.E. Barnes, J.S. Young. “An Examination of Expected and Observed Mortality in the Setting of Mono-and Polytrauma”. The 11th Academic Surgical Congress. (2016), Jacksonville, FL. (Poster)
  • [C-4] N.J. Napoli, L.E. Barnes, K. Premaratne, “Correlation Coecient Based Template Matching: Accounting for Uncertainty in Selecting the Winner”. The Proceedings of the 18th International Conference on Information Fusion (FUSION). (2015), Washington, D.C.
  • [J-1] N.J. Napoli, A. Mixco, J. Bohorquez, and J. Signorile, “An EMG Comparative Analysis of Quadriceps During Isoinertial Strength Training Using Nonlinear Scaled Wavelets”. Human Movement Science. (2015), Vol. 40, pg. 134-153.
  • [C-3] A. Harinder, L. Yesbeck, J. Farag, K. Mosquera, N.J. Napoli, W. Barnhardt, J.S. Young, J. Valdez, L.E. Barnes “A Design Framework for Evaluating Changes in Clinical Communication Systems”. IEEE Systems and Information Engineering Design Symposium (SIEDS). (2015), Charlottesville, VA.
  • [A-6] E. Charles, C. Foster, N.J. Napoli, D. Goode, E. Sharp, T. Parker, J.S. Young. “Has the Likelihood of Survival After a Ground-Level Fall Improved Compared to 10 years Ago?”. University of Virginia’s Medical Alumni Association Annual Meeting. (2015), Charlottesville, VA. (Poster)
  • [A-7] E. Charles, N.J. Napoli, C. Foster, D. Goode, T. Parker, E. Sharp, L.E. Barnes, J.S Young. “Anticoagulant use Contributes to Increasing Mortality After Ground-level Falls”. The 74th Annual Meeting of AAST and Clinical Congress of Acute Care Surgery. (2015), Las Vegas, NV. (Poster)
  • [A-5] N.J. Napoli, R. Moorman, D. Lake, L.E. Barnes. “Fusion of Electrocardiogram Leads to Improve Detection of Cardiac Waveforms in an Intensive Care Setting”. The 13th International Conference on Complexity in Acute Illness. (2015), Charlottesville, VA. (Poster)
  • [C-2] N.J. Napoli, W. Barnhardt, J. Young, L.E. Barnes. “Analysis and Evaluation of Clinical Communication in the Surgical Intensive Care Unit”. The Proceedings of the International Symposium on Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (HFES) in Health Care, Vol.3 no.1 (2014) 142-147.
  • [C-1] L. Ngo, K. Walker, A. Holowinsky, G. Knox, R. Shimberg, N.J. Napoli, J. Gillen, J. Young, and L.E. Barnes. “Analysis of Communication Patterns in Critical Care Environments”. IEEE Systems and Information Engineering Design Symposium (SIEDS). (2014), Charlottesville, VA.
  • [A-4] N.J. Napoli, R. Moorman, D. Lake, L. Barnes. “Detecting Signatures using Multi-Sensor Data Fusion Techniques for Conflicting Wireless Sensors”. Broadband Wireless Access and Application Center Meeting. (2014), Blacksburg, VA. (Poster)
  • [T-1] N.J. Napoli , “The Detection of Analytes Using Spectroscopy: A Dempster-Shafer Approach”. (2014). Open Access Theses. Paper 517, pages 1-136. http://scholarlyrepository.miami.edu/oa_theses/517
  • [A-3] N.J. Napoli, A. Mixco, J. Bohorquez. “A Noninvasive System for Evaluating Myoelectric Signal’s Conduction Velocity Using Multi-Array Electrodes”. The 39th Annual Society for Neuroscience. (2009), Chicago, IL. (Poster)
  • [A-2] N.J. Napoli, K. R. Dave, R.A. DeFazio, Y.C. Bao, A.P. Raval, H. Lin, M.A. Perez-Pinzon. “The Effects of Protein Kinase C Delta on Neuronal Mitochondrial Fission”. The 39th Annual Society for Neuroscience. (2009), Chicago, IL. (Poster)
  • [A-1] N.J. Napoli, A. Mixco, J. Bohorquez, E. McAlister, J. Signorile. “Conduction Velocity Evaluation using EMG Wavelet Analysis, Synchronized with Kinematic Components”. The 49th Biomedical Engineering Annual Conference. (2007), Los Angeles, CA. (Poster)

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