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  • Mao, Guoqiang; Anderson, Brian; Fidan, Baris (Elsevier B.V., 2007)
    The wireless received signal strength (RSS) based localization techniques have attracted significant research interest for their simplicity. The RSS based localization techniques can be divided into two categories: the ...
  • Xu, Zhuliang; Sandrasegaran, Kumbesan; Kong, Xiaoying; Zhu, Xinning; Hu, Bin; Zhao, Jingbin; Lin, Cheng-Chung (AIRCC, 2013)
    This paper presentsa new simple mobile tracking system based on IEEE802.11 wireless signal detection, which can be used for analyzingthe movement of pedestrian traffic. Wi-Fi packets emitted by Wi-Fi enabled smartphones ...
  • Yue, Jing; Lin, Zihuai; Vucetic, Branka; Mao, Guoqiang; Aulin, Tor (IEEE Communications Society, 2013)
    Distributed network coding, wireless sensor networks, Raptor codes, Quasi-static Rayleigh fading channel, upper and lower bounds
  • Xiong, Lixiang; Mao, Guoqiang (IEEE, 2007)
    In this letter, we propose a novel Markov chain model for IEEE 802.11 WLAN, considering a commonly used data rate switching mechanism. In the proposed model, both collision and transmission errors are considered. The ...
  • Cortie, Michael; Ford, Mike (Iop Publishing Ltd, 2007)
    We perform a computational investigation of the optical properties of nanoscale gold semi-shells and show how additional plasmon resonances develop as the shape is successively mutated from nanoshell to nano-cup, half-shell ...
  • Cortie, Michael; Stokes, Nicholas; Mcdonagh, Andrew (Elsevier, 2009)
    Here we explore the unusual plasmon resonances of crossed gold nanorod structures of varying geometries. Using numerical simulations, we show that the resonances of simple rods are hybridized and blue-shifted in the composite ...
  • Biggs, Taryn; Cortie, Michael; Witcomb, Michael; Cornish, Lesley (Johnson Matthey PLC, 2003)
    Shape memory alloys (SMAs) are materials that can change their shape at a specific temperature and are used in applications as diverse as sensors, temperature sensitive switches, force actuators, fire-safety valves, ...
  • Wood, R.; Orwell, R. L; Tarran, J.; Torpy, F. R; Burchett, M. (International Water Association, 2004)
  • Agbinya, Johnson; Masihpour, Mehrnoush (Springer, 2012)
    Although a number of studies have been done on the traditional Radio Frequency (RF)terrestrial communication system, the potential applications and the advantages of Near-Field magnetically coupled coils in wireless short ...
  • Bernardo, Daniel; Hoang, Doan (Science and Engineering Research Support Centre, 2010)
    The development of next generation protocols, such as UDT (UDP-based data transfer), promptly addresses various infrastructure requirements for transmitting data in high speed networks. However, this development creates ...
  • Bai, H; Cortie, Michael; Maaroof, Abbas; Dowd, Annette; Kealley, Catherine; Smith, Geoff (Iop Publishing Ltd, 2009)
    Vanadium dioxide (VO2) undergoes a reversible metal-insulator transition, normally at similar to 68 degrees C. While the properties of continuous semi-transparent coatings of VO2 are well known, there is far less information ...
  • Kim, Jong; Park, H; Shon, Hokyong; Cho, Dong; Kim, Geon-Joong; Choi, S W; Kim, Jong-Ho (American Sciencetific Publishers, 2010)
    Dye wastewater flocculation using TiCl4 and FeSO4 coagulants was studied for organic removal and precipitation efficiency. Moreover, TiCl4 was assessed in a pilot-scale flocculation process to investigate organic removal ...
  • Mao, Guoqiang; Zhang, Zijie; Anderson, Brian (IEEE, 2011)
    Consider a wireless sensor network with Ltd. sensors following a homogeneous Poisson distribution in a given area A in R2. A sensor located at x2 ? A is directly connected to a sensor located at x1 ? A with probability g ...
  • Pissuwan, Dakrong; Valenzuela, Stella; Cortie, Michael (Intercept Ltd, 2009)
    Rod-shaped gold nanoparticles ('nanorods') have recently attracted widespread attention due to their unique optical properties and facile synthesis. In particular, they can support a longtudinal surface plasmon, which ...
  • Bhargava, Anuj; Cortie, Michael (SPIE - International Society for Optical Engineering, 2007)
    The recent development of new types of light-activated, conformation-changing polymers has stimulated much interest. These 'smart' materials offer new functionalities and may enable diverse novel devices. One possible ...
  • Russell, Pj; Lockett, Lj; Brookes, Diana; Zandvliet, D; Watt, F; Molloy, Pl; Khatri, A; Both, Gw; Martiniello-Wilks, Rose (Australian Biotechnology Assoc Ltd, 1998)
    Recent developments in molecular biology have provided the opportunity for new gene therapy-based approaches for treating prostate cancer. A range of approaches are being taken for different cancer types, with over a hundred ...
  • Li, Kenneth; Sandrasegaran, Kumbesan (Association for Computing Machinery (SIGMOBILE), 2009)
    In heterogeneous wireless networks, a mobile user may have to perform handover across different network domains to maintain its data connection and quality of service. During a handover, an authentication to the mobile's ...
  • Wu, Huimin; Wexler, David; Wang, Guoxiu; Liu, Huakun (American Scientific Publishers, 2011)
    20 wt% Pt/C catalysts were prepared using a chemical reduction method, with pristine double-walled carbon nanotubes (DWCNTs) and activated double-walled carbon nanotubes, respectively, used as the carbon source, and compared ...
  • Gentle, Angus; Smith, Geoff (American Chemical Society, 2010)
    Nanoparticles that have narrow absorption bands that lie entirely within the atmosphere?s transparent window from 7.9 to 13 ?m can be used to radiatively cool to temperatures that are well below ambient. Heating from ...
  • Dwyer, Donovan; Fry, Margaret; Sommerville, Annabel; Holdgate, Anna (Blackwell Publishing, 2006)
    Objective: Blood aspiration through i.v. cannulae is a common ED sampling method. It is, however, associated with increased haemolysis rates when compared with direct venipuncture. Our ED utilizes two common methods of ...