Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Recent Submissions

  • Christopher, Lauren; Reynolds, Joshua; Crespo, Jonah; Eberhart, Russ; Shaffer, Patrick (IEEE, 2015-09)
    "Be careful what you measure" is a management adage that applies to Particle Swarm Optimization (PSO) and is especially important with Humans in the Swarm. PSO has been applied to the autonomous asset management problem ...
  • Kamoona, Mustafa; El-Sharkawy, Mohamed (IEEE, 2015-12)
    Among the current Wi-Fi two security models (Enterprise and Personal), while the Enterprise model (802.1X) offers an effective framework for authenticating and controlling the user traffic to a protected network, the ...
  • Reynolds, Joshua; Christopher, Lauren; Eberhart, Russ; Shaffer, Patrick (IEEE, 2015-05)
    Particle Swarm Optimization (PSO) is especially useful for rapid optimization of problems involving multiple objectives and constraints in dynamic environments. It regularly and substantially outperforms other algorithms ...
  • Zhu, Yilin; Pan, Feng; Li, Lingxi; Ren, Xuemei; Gao, Qi (Hindawi, 2015)
    The micro-Extended Analog Computer (uEAC) is an electronic implementation inspired by Rubel’s EAC model. In this study, a fully connected uEACs array is proposed to overcome the limitations of a single uEAC, within which ...
  • Elkins, Joshua D.; Hossain, Gahangir (IEEE, 2015-06)
    The pupillary response has been used to measure mental workload because of its sensitivity to stimuli and high resolution. The goal of this study was to diagnose the cognitive effort involved with a task that was presented ...
  • King, Brian (2015-11)
    A dynamic threshold sharing scheme is one that allows the set of participants to expand and contract. In this work we discuss dynamic threshold decryption schemes using bilinear pairing. We discuss and analyze existing ...
  • Li, Bo; Chen, Yaobin; Wang, Fei-Yue (IEEE, 2015-04)
    In this paper, a novel part-based pedestrian detection algorithm is proposed for complex traffic surveillance environments. To capture posture and articulation variations of pedestrians, we define a hierarchical grammar ...
  • Alibeik, Maryam; dos Santos, Euzeli C., Jr.; Yang, Y.; Wang, X.; Blaabjerg, F. (IEEE, 2015-03)
    This paper analyzes the harmonic contents of a non-linear load connected to a two-phase microgrid system. Although having the same harmonic content as the single-phase power system when supplying a non-linear load under ...
  • Amini, Amin; Kamoona, Mustafa (IEEE, 2015)
    Small-scale energy-generating systems are being increasingly integrated into built environment, and the use of renewable energies is now spreading to old towns in developing countries. Despite the promise of free energy, ...
  • Abell, Stephen; Nhan, Do; Lee, John Jaehwan (Taylor & Francis, 2015-09)
    This article presents a GPU-based single-unit deadlock detection methodology and its algorithm, GPU-OSDDA. Our GPU-based design utilizes parallel hardware of GPU to perform computations and thus is able to overcome the ...