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  • Lowe, David; Henderson-Sellers, Brian (Idea Group Publishing, 2003)
  • Tran, Tri; Hoang, Tuan; Ha, Quang; Nguyen, Hung (Springer, 2012)
    This chapter is devoted to the development of a decentralised model predictive control (MPC) strategy for splitting parallel systems that have timevarying and unknown splitting ratios. The large-scale system in consideration ...
  • Armstrong, Nicholas; Lynch, Peter (Springer Verlag, 2004)
  • Xu, J; Liu, Dikai; Fang, G (Springer, 2007)
    When applying autonomous industrial robotic systems in an unknown/partially known or cluttered environment, mapping and representation of the environment as well as collision detection becomes crucial. Existing techniques ...
  • Upcroft, Ben; Makarenko, Alexei; Brooks, Alex; Moser, Michael; Alempijevic, Alen; Donikian, Ashod; Sprinkle, Jonathan; Uther, William; Fitch, Robert (Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, 2011)
    Experience from the DARPA Urban Challenge provides details of the types of systems, software and processes that were used to develop the complex unmanned vehicles that participated in the DARPA Urban Challenge. The vehicle ...
  • Masihpour, Mehrnoush; Agbinya, Johnson; Abolhasan, Mehran (CRC Press, 2012)
    Energy scavenging dates back to the use of waterwheels and windmills to harvest the energy from the surrounding environment and convert it to useful forms of energy [1]. Energy scavenging techniques have been around for ...
  • Orem, Y; Messalem, R; Ben-David, E; Herzberg, M; Kushmaro, A; Ji, X; Di Profio, G; Curcio, E; Drioli, E; Laroche, J; Remize, P-J; Leparc, J; Vigneswaran, Saravanamuth; Chinu, Khorshed; Johir, Md Abu; Lee, Jungjune; Shon, Hokyong; Kandasamy, Jaya; Ye, Y; Sim, L; Herulah, B; Chen, V; Fane, A; Tansakul, C; Laborie, S; Cabassud, Corinne (IWA Publishing, 2011)
    The main objective of WP2 was to conduct a comprehensive evaluation on available pretreatment approaches for seawater, brackish water, and estuarinelbay water for membrane protection and recovery maximization. During the ...
  • Arjunan, Sridhar; Kumar, Dinesh; Weghorn, H; Naik, Ganesh (IGI Global publishers, 2012)
    The need for developing reliable and flexible human computer interface is increased and applications of HCI have been in each and every field. Human factors play an important role in these kinds of interfaces. Research and ...
  • Indraratna, Buddhima; Fatahi, Behzad; Khabbaz, Hadi (Springer, 2007)
    Behaviour of soils in the vadose zone is closely linked to water balance between ground and atmosphere. It seems that transpiration is the most uncertain and difficult to evaluate of all the terms in the soil water balance. ...
  • Kong, Xiaoying; Scott, Craig (Nova Science Publishers, 2005)
  • Naik, Ganesh; Kumar, Dinesh; Arjunan, Sridhar (IGI Global publishers, 2012)
    In recent times there is an urgent need for a simple yet robust system to identify natural hand actions and gestures for controlling prostheses and other computer assisted devices. Surface Electromyogram (sEMG) is a ...
  • Huete, Alfredo; Didan, Kamel; Van Leeuwen, Willem (Springer-Verlag, 2011)
    Assessments of vegetation condition, cover, change, and processes are major components of global change research programs, and are topics of considerable societal relevance. Spectral vegetation indices are among the most ...
  • Bradford, Mark; Erkmen, Emre (Saxe-Coburg, 2009)
    A total Lagrangian finite element formnlation is developed for the non-linear elastodynamic analysis of cnrved composite beams subjected to moving loads. The effect of partial interaction in the longitudinal as well as ...
  • Ball, James; Luk, K (AA Balkema Publishers, 2004)
    An effective flood warning system in urban areas must provide the warnign with sufficient lead time for an appropriate response by the relevant emergency services and the affected community. The requirement poses a critical ...
  • Ward, Peter; Liu, Dikai; Waldron, Kenneth; Hassan, Mahdi (World Scientific Publishing, 2013)
    Designing a magnetic adhesion system for climbing robots requires careful selection of design parameters to achieve a feasible solution. There are many considerations which must be taken into account, such as, size constraints ...
  • Agbinya, Johnson; Masihpour, Mehrnoush (River Publishers, 2009)
    Network planning provides information on the feasibility of network role out. Specifically some of the information is on the estimate of the optimum number of base stations, the location of the base stations and antennas, ...
  • Agbinya, Johnson; Masihpour, Mehrnoush (River Publishers, 2009)
    The key air interface technology used in WiMAX is OFDM. OFDM is an efficient form of multi-carrier modulation schemes, which is used in most of the modern communication technologies, such as 3G-LTE, DSL, 4G Cellular Systems ...
  • Masihpour, Mehrnoush; Agbinya, Johnson (River Publishers, 2009)
    The key air interface technology used in WiMAX is OFDM. OFDM is an efficient form of multi-carrier modulation schemes, which is used in most of the modern communication technologies, such as 3G-LTE, DSL, 4G Cellular Systems ...
  • Agbinya, Johnson (River Publishers, 2009)
    Sensor networks need to be planned but unfortunately most reported implementations are ad hoc in nature and hence lack the required robust performance. A great deal of current research on wireless sensor networks is ...
  • Thilak, Nithya; Agbinya, Johnson (River Publishers, 2009)
    Personal area network (PAN) is a computer network used for communication among computer devices which including telephones and personal digital assistants close to one person. The devices mayor may not belong to the ...